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Cold, Common 

Ascorbicap; Ce-Vi-Sol; Cecon; Cetane; Cevalin; CeviBid; Flavorcee; Vitamin C 

The Common Cold is a fictional character and a villain in . He is perpetually ill and wishes to eliminate the Kids Next Door and to spread his cold to the world. He uses a machine to fire mucus from his nose at the Kids Next Door. The Common Cold can normally be defeated with orange juice.

Ascorbic acid is an organic acid with antioxidant properties. The L-enantiomer of ascorbic acid is commonly known as vitamin C. In 1937 the Nobel Prize for chemistry was awarded to Walter Haworth for his work in determining the structure of ascorbic acid, (It was shared with Paul Karrer, who received his award for work on vitamins), and the prize for Physiology or medicine that year went to Albert Szent-Györgyi for his studies of the biological functions of ascorbic acid.


Common Cold as related to Ascorbic Acid