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    Triclosan Research Paper

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    2, 2016 that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has declared a ban on the sale of soaps containing 19 chemicals designed to make the soaps antibacterial (Travernise, 2016, para. 1). This ban will affect approximately 40 percent of liquid and bar soaps currently on the market (Tavernise, 2016, para. 2). In 2013, the FDA had allowed the industry two years to prove the safety and efficacy of the added ingredients before making a decision as to the future of the chemicals (Travernise, 2016, para. 7). The manufacturers, however, have failed to produce enough evidence to prove to the FDA that the chemicals make a significant contribution to soaps efficiency or squash mounting safety…

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    of using soap (antibacterial and non-antibacterial) and no soap on the growth of Escherichia coli (E.Coli). Hypothesis: If anti-bacterial and non-antibacterial soaps are added to a standard agar media before the E.Coli was introduced and incubated, then the portion of the plate containing the antibacterial soap will have the least amount of bacterial growth because the antibacterial soap contains a higher percentage of bacteria-killing chemicals. Theory: E.Coli is a gram-negative rod-shaped…

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    Non-Scent Of Soap Essay

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    The purpose of this experiment was to see if different fragrances affected a soap’s antibacterial properties. In this experiment, non-scented Alconox soap was used as the control. The experimental groups consisted of Joy lemon dishwashing soap, Dawn Escapes New Zealand Springs dishwashing soap, and the soap from the campus bathroom dispenser. The subject’s hands were washed with each of these soaps for approximately 30 seconds with each soap. The subject’s right hand was swabbed for each sample.…

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    Nudist Proposal

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    Badass U Articles Summary The Ultimate No More Using Soap Guide (and Never Stink) If you’ve seen my other post, you know soap is bad for your health. And, believe it or not, our bodies naturally keep odor away Our problem is when we do unnatural things…like wear clothes. But until we live in a nudist utopia, here is the ultimate guide to not using soap in our modern world. 1.) Keeping Your Clothes Clean Laundry probably seems like a no-brainer, but there is a twist here. Your skin, if you…

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    Patchouli Soap Essay

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    HELPFUL TIPS: Vi-Tae “Get Lathered Up –Patchouli Soap“ Sensitive skin needs to be handled with utmost care. If you have sensitive skin, sunspots, rashes, itching and pimples are very common. Vi-Tae’s Patchouli Soap is a one of a kind soap that not only helps to soothe sensitive skin; it also helps to get rid of body odor. Packed with antiseptic, antibacterial, astringent, antiphlogistic and antifungal properties, Patchouli helps to heal injured skin just as easily. Since Patchouli is also a…

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    Adalaide Kline A11796368 TR 10:30 1. Dr. Bronner’s Castle Liquid Soap is an all-natural multipurpose soap. This product can be used for faces, hair, cleaning dishes, mopping the floor, and many more activities. Personally, I use this product for my hair. I came across it when I needed to find a new shampoo that did not weigh my hair down and make it feel clean for a longer period of time. 2. Product: This product is an all-natural cleanser that has no chemicals in it. Other shampoo products…

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    Hand soap was second, third was Lysol, Isopropyl alcohol scored fourth, fifth place was Germ X, and seventh had the smallest average of 7mm which was Neosporin.Betadine was expected to have a high score due to its popularity in treating wounds but the products with the shocking results were Germ X and isopropyl alcohol. Both chemicals are made from alcohol that is said to be effective against bacteria but both scored very low. Furthermore, results can sometimes be less accurate due to errors…

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    reaction can be dangerous I used the, A: soap and bleach and B: soap and water. The reaction in A as the week pass the soap starts to get smaller and smaller, on the left and the right it got white a little. The chemical reaction on A is that the bleach got clear and light at the soap that have been use in the experiment. In Bowl B the water and soap that have been used in the experiment was breaking up, getting lighter. In bowl B the soap took away the walker as the week have passed by because…

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    Oil Spill Cleanup

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    Production of soaps and detergents for oil spill cleanup With another catastrophic oil spill hitting the coast in the last 50 years an environmental group has volunteered to help clean up the spill, specifically to use on affected birds. With environmental concerns in mind, tasked was to create an environmental friendly soap or detergent sufficient enough to clean up the mess left behind. In addition to the creation of soap for the purpose of cleaning, needed was a soap or detergent that would…

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    network. A web service is identified by a URI and uses standard Internet languages and protocols. There are two competing architectural styles for building web services: SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) based and REST (REpresentational State Transfer) based. SOAP is a W3C messaging protocol for exchanging information in web services. It is based on XML. The service interfaces are specified by a Web Services Description Language (WSDL) and service discovery is done using UDDI (Universal…

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