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posted by k_sra at 8/29/2006 02:13:00 PM
Isn't mineral oil just a byproduct of processing crude oil? Does petroleum count as a "mineral"?
by gum, i think you got it!mainly alkanes and paraffins ...seems to me i consumed that stuff fairly often as a kid - so where'd all them hydro-carbons go?now if'n sra has a better answer, i 'call' her ... so show them cards in yur hands purty lady, we wanta see whatcha got.
Not mineral like vitamin. Mineral as in "from a mine". 2b. of mineral in American Heritage Dictionary:Any of various natural substances, as: An organic derivative, such as coal or petroleum.
i'm buzzing in... carbon.
Oh, you all want to know my answer? I didn't really have one, I was just waiting for you all to sort it out for me.Uhm, Riboflavin. That's my guess. The mineral in mineral oil is Riboflavin.
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