you are able to answer your question by using the following formula of estimating crude protein content in food or whatever protein percent you would like to estimate. protein percentage = (titration value- blank titration value )(0.01*14.007) weight of sample used Multiply the result by 100 and afterwards by 6.25 factor. then you will get the accurate protein percentage that you are looking for . hope that helped out .
In 100 grams of garfish, there are approximately 28 grams of protein. This is 50 percent of the recommended amount of protein for one day.
The food brand with 25 percent proteins, 12 percent fat, and 1.5 percent calcium is Organic Rabbit.
Sesame seeds fall under three places in the food pyramid. They are 16 percent carbs, 73 percent fats, and 11 percent protein.
If the given 100 gm sample is of a pure protein, it will contain 100 gm protein. If your intention was to ask for the amount of protein in some food source, then it will depend on the different samples, such as 100 gm Soy bean will have approx 40 gm protein, Almonds will have 22-24 gm protein and like wise.
Wikipedia says there is 1.09 grams of protein per 100 grams of banana
80-90 percent of protein = -10
100+100+100=300. 300/3 is 100