By: Max Ghasemi
Corn Starch Uses
- Cooking Ingredient, usually used as thickening agent
- Used as a natural anti-stick agent
- Used to supply glucose to people who have GSD (Glycogen Storage Disease)
- White, fine, odorless powder
- It's insoluble
- Decomposes when boiled
That is the dry powder of Corn Starch
When water is added to Corn Starch, it makes a pastey, thick compound.
This diagram shows you the chemical makeup of corn starch.
- Corn starch can help untangle knots if you sprinkle it on the Knot.
- You can lift scorch marks on your shirts by letting the starch dry on the mark.
- If you combine Corn starch and Cold water and put it on a blood stain on your shirt, the blood stain should come right off.