Este video es de mi experiencia con la inyección de Vitamina B12. Debo confesar que fue algo dolorosa, pero sé que sus beneficios valen la pena.
Taurine is an amino acid that doens’t get the credit it deserves…again it’s ESSENTIAL FOR CATS! (that’s why they need meat, was told dogs did too but may not?) so see it’s only three oxygens on the sulfur (usually four!) and is a “mono-protic” acid that’s only ONE proton to acidify-ionize not the tow that sulfates have… Cysteine is another sulfur containing amino acid ) with the’ Star of David’ having six points is the best for the six bonds that a sulfur atom can have! The lone pair aliens really come in hand for this concept! Remember oxygen is always two bonds so a double bond is two points on the star (and an acid will be one bond to the star and the other will be the red hydrogen dot (a proton to make it an acid). This IS complicated so anything to make it easier to understand. they’re called ‘oxy-acids’ when there are lots of possibilites for bonds (the most famous are the phosphoRUS, Sulfur, Chlorine, Bromine…others will be just like the elements above them (say selenium or Iodine, etc….) the halogens have the most, so if you learn that it’ll NEVER Be any harder! Only oxygen to the artom and the single bonded NOT double is the one that makes it an acid and has the hydrogen proton ON the oxygen! not the middle element! EXAMPLE the oxy-acid series for chlorine…HCl. HClO, HClO2, HClO3, HClO4….so five possibilites for the halogens…but it’s easy when you see the octet that it came from….