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    panel. This panel stretches across a plain and gives enough power for almost all of Australia. The third one is Geothermal energy. This is when you mine into the ground and use the heat from the earth and tears it to energy. The next one is called Carbon Capture and Storage or CCS for short. This is when…

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    N-Diethylamine Lab Report

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    The remaining acid chloride then reacts with diethylamine. Diethylamine is used in excess to neutralize the hydrogen chloride produced in the reaction. The lone pair of electrons on the nitrogen atom performs a nucleophilic attack on the carbonyl carbon, while a pair of electrons in the double bond is pushed to the oxygen atom. When an electron pair from the oxygen atom restores the double bond, the chloride ion will act as a leaving group. The nitrogen atom is deprotonated by a chloride atom,…

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    Chainsaw History

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    There is no mistaking the distinctive sound of a chainsaw, screaming as it bites through a hunk of wood or the bark of a tree. There are even chainsaws which are used to cut through concrete, brick and natural stone. Chainsaws are perhaps one of the most convenient power tools available, and can save a lot of time and effort in construction and felling. Although the origin of the chainsaw is debatable, it is determined that the first chainsaw was made around 1830 by Bernard Heine, a German…

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    Draw resonance structures showing all the positions at which the positive charge is delocalized on the aromatic ring in the phenonium ion. If a methoxy group (-OCH3) or a nitro group (–NO2) were substituted in the 4-position on the aromatic ring, how would the stability of the phenonium ion change? Compare methoxy substituted, nitro substituted and unsubstituted, and order them by increasing stability. Explain your answer thoroughly. 2) Benzopinacol and benzopinacolone have nearly…

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    Coursework 1- Carbon Fibre composites compared to traditional metallic properties Introduction Carbon fibre is a material made up of thin strips of crystalline filaments of carbon woven together to create a cloth or combined with a resin or ceramics to strengthen the material. Carbon fibre is now overtaking traditional metals in where it is being used and the reasons why will be discussed further on in the report (Happian-Smith 2001: 1). Carbon fibre composites have become the leading material…

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    Chlorine is an element that consists of 17 protons, an average of 18.5 neutrons and 17 electrons. It has an atomic number of 17, and an average nuclear charge of 35.5. There are 2 isotopes of chlorine that are 35Cl and 37Cl. 35Cl has an atomic mass of 35 and a natural abundance of 75%. 37Cl has an atomic mass of 37 and a natural abundance of 25%. The average atomic mass or nuclear charge equates to 35.5. Both of the isotopes have the same atomic number. (BBC Bitesize. Atoms and the periodic…

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    Laudato Si's Divine Mind

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    The doctrines of unique worth of human beings are based on biblical scriptures and revelations. The assertions are similar to Laudato Si’s divine mind. According to Laudato Si Si’s, human beings were created in the image of God. He created man and woman in his image. The concept became the Christological basis of human dignity placing them above the other creations. Laudato Si further states that human beings are the core of God’s nature and they have a major responsibility for taking care of…

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    A possible chemical reason that this experiment yielded less than 100% triphenylcarbinol was caused by the Grignard reagent reacting with atmospheric water or oxygen instead of reacting with benzophenone due to the highly reactive nature of the Grignard reagent and a constant presence of humidity and moisture inside the laboratory. Although extra precautions were taken to dry to glassware and a CaCl2 drying tube was used, there was an unavoidable exposure of the Grignard reagent to atmospheric…

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    Imagine walking through an area where you could comfortably breathe the air without worrying about the constant emission of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Now, imagine only being able to breath in this fresh air because American families wanted more financial support in order to pursue needs of their own. Boyce writes “The Carbon Dividend” in The New York Times in order to convey the concern of “broad anthropocentrism” ideals in American society, but more specifically in Amherst,…

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    C10H8, their differing arrangement of carbon atoms in rings causes disparities in their molecular orbitals. As shown in the energy difference calculations below Table 1, naphthalene has an energy difference of -10.184 between its HOMO and LUMO orbitals while azulene has one of +6.904. The low energy difference of naphthalene FMOs would suggest that its HOMO and LUMO orbitals have relatively similar distributions of electron density among odd and even numbered carbons. Conversely, the high energy…

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