Saccharin being added to coffee.
saccharin definition by Webster's New World
Origin: so named (1879) by its discoverers, I. Remsen and amp; C. Fahlberg, United States chemists ; from Modern Latin saccharum, sugar ; from Classical Latin ; from Classical Greek sakcharon, ultimately ; from Sanskrit śarkarā, pebble, sugar (from source sugar) plush -in
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