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    Bleach on your hands the can react on your hands or skin to make soap. Soapy is actually becomes of soap. The gloves the bleach from reacting the fats on your skin, soap is foamed. As the Bleach is formed it becomes a problem, some people Michael Jackson bleach his skin but you can bleach your skin. It might have a reaction but it’s not true that people may have bleach their skin. Might can bleach your clothing, bed or pants, etc. Bleach can be a deadly chemical, Soap and bleach it can be dangerous but it’s not because it only get smaller and smaller. Rain wash the fat from animals with alkaline WOODEN ASHER FROM FIRES IN THE Tiger River. The people found mixture clean clothes. With American was cooking down animals and mixing as alkali potash obtained as hardwood ashes their winter fires. The castile soap using olive oil. Around the 19 has the process become commercialized and soap widely available the local market. Making water better surfaces, because water molecules also substance very high surface tension. Working reducing the water better molecules wet the surfaces and thus increase water’s ability to dissolve dirty water, oil and stains. The experiment that is really mind opening that the soap, bleach, and water & because of the experiment that I explain and spent a month on understand what happen, how the chemicals reaction the bar of soap. The most explain thing is to obsessive things and make under you understand that’s going on in the…

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    Extraction of alkali from banana peels is known to depend on such parameters as ashing temperature, ashing time, soaking time and particle size of the ashed sample, soil type and variety. Alkali was extracted from three Nigerian grown banana peels namely: Saaro, Oloosun and Paranta for the purpose of determining the concentration of the extracted alkali. The concentration of the extracted alkali ranged from 0.02 to 0.10mol/dm3. The three varieties of the banana peels gave a maximum concentration…

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    Pure Elements From Group 1 & 7 Group 1 elements are alkali metals which are very soft and reacts with metals well. The elements reacts very strongly with water. As you down the elements of group one, the reactivity increases. However, group 7 are halogens which are reactive, but they are metal. They are also different from group one as their reactivity decreases as you go down. Also, the elements becomes darker as you go down the group. Chemical reactions of group 1: The group 1 alkali…

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    They have one loosely bound electron in their outer shell. Alkali metals also have low ionization energies and that results in their high reactivity and metallic properties. Alkali metals react with nonmetals, especially halligans. Another group is the alkali earth metals. There are not many of them. They are very similar to metals. They also have some similar properties to alkali metals, like their properties depends on how easy the electrons could be lost. The alkali earth metals have two…

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    What are group one elements? Group one elements are alkali metals. The physical properties of group one elements are that they are shiny and the alkali metals are very soft. Lithium is the hardest alkali metal and they become softer as you go down the group. The chemical properties of group one is that they’re very reactive when mixed with water or when in contact with the air. Each element in group one has one electron in their outermost shell. Also, group one elements get more reactive as you…

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    Does Acidity cause Back Pain or does Back Pain cause Acidity? "Doctor, does back pain cause acidity?" This is a question I encounter every day in my out-patient department (OPD). Before getting into the causes of back pain, let me explain the normal physiology of our body. To have a healthy pain-free body, the internal milieu of the body should have an alkaline pH that is more than 7.4. Our body is naturally designed with many organs or surfaces generating alkali - like the salivary glands…

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    and returning to it a changed person, is the new woman, successfully becoming the man of the house as a result of her economic empowerment. In her subsequent fiction, Cobwebs and Other Stories, and The Descendants, Alkali moves beyond the idiom of marriage, the rather comfortable province of womanism. The gap between The Stillborn and The Descendants sees Alkali as an innocent author of a well received, well discussed, debut, gradually finding herself participating in a complex…

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    Ramie Fiber Case Study

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    representation for the mechanism of ramie fiber surface treatments is shown in Fig. 2. For the alkali treatment of ramie fiber, the NaOH reacts with the hydroxyl groups of the ramie fiber as shown in Fig. 2(a). During silane treatment, the hydrolysis of silane takes place initially (Fig. 2(b)) which then reacts with the active hydroxyl functionalities in ramie fiber (Fig. 2(c)). Each silane molecule has three silanol (Si-OH) groups. For CNT treatment, first the silanised CNT is produced by the…

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    Adding acid should have resulted in an olive brown color. This was very prominent in the broccoli that was cooked in vinegar but not as much as the broccoli cooked in baking soda. The broccoli cooked in baking soda resulted in a light green color. Adding an alkali results in a bright green color and that was the result when broccoli was cooked in water and baking soda, this cooking treatment caused the broccoli to become the brightest green. Chlorophyll has a chlorophyllase enzyme called…

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    By 1820, large alkali factories were appearing on a greater scale, and giant alkali works were becoming as much a symbols of industrialization as the textiles factory. This was due to that alkalis such as chlorine were used in bleaching cloth and it was mush more cheaper and faster than the traditional method. However, there some bad effects on the people working the factories. One of the workers would be the process man, this were the men who worked with the chemical reaction themselves,…

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