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    If you’re a long time sufferer of back pain or you’ve been looking for laser spine surgery in LA but are still having reservations about a relatively new surgical method, here are some facts about laser spine surgery to give you peace of mind and help you make an informed decision: Fact 1: Lasers only play a small role in the procedure. The main role of the laser is to act in place of the scalpel used in traditional surgery to make incisions. The rest of the surgery is generally carried out with…

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    O1 And O2

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    All tissues in the body rely on oxygen (O2) that is transported in the blood to meet their metabolic needs. O2 is carried in two ways: dissolved or bound to hemoglobin. About 98% of oxygen is transported bound to hemoglobin. And the remaining 2% is carried in the dissolved state. Dissolved oxygen is the only form that diffuses across the cell membranes and produces a partial pressure (PO2) which drives diffusion. The transport of O2 involves the transfer from the alveoli to the pulmonary…

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    Decompression Sickness

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    the atrial blood will provide the necessary oxygenation to other vital organs as well as the brain unless the diver depletes his/her oxygen supplies which results in a state of hypoxia (Caton-Richards. M, 2013). It is also said that Po2 along with increasing depth plays a role with inhibiting the urge respirate thus, allowing the diver to stay under water longer. Pn2 on the other hand activates the urge to respirate. With increasing depths Pn2 will begin to be absorbed into the blood and tissues…

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    The temperature at which enzyme activity is most effective is approximately at 40℃. This result was expected as this trial temperature was closest to internal body temperature, 38℃, and as catalase is present in all body organs (T. Fouad, Antioxidants). Temperature affects chemical reactions by increasing the kinetic motion of molecules and changing the rate of collisions between them. In lower temperatures, kinetic motion is decreased and there are not enough collisions between the molecules…

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    Boyle's Law Lab Report

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    physical law such as Boyle’s law states that P, the exerted fixed mass of gas at a constant temperature and V, the volume have a relationship. Their kind of relationship is V=f(P) relationship and it is believed that PV go together to remain constant. A water manometer is an instrument used to measure pressure. The model of kinetic theory of gases helps elaborate one of the most difficult…

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    Importance Of Blender

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    Introduction A blender generally consists of a plastic or glass pitcher that locks into a large base. Some of blenders are made of stainless steel. The lid of the pitcher has a seal that prevents the food or liquid from splashing out while the blender is in motion. The motor has varying speeds that turn either two or four sharp, stainless steel blades. The blades slice, crush and blend the contents of the pitcher..Blender is a must have kitchen equipment for nearly all families today, especially…

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    Although they may be oddly shaped, volumetric and Erlenmeyer flasks are closed-end air columns, and they abide by the conventional rules of resonance. When a rubber stopper is inserted into a flask some air is forced out of the flask, and the stopper seals the flask so the air cannot get back in. This creates an area of low pressure within the flask. When the stopper is quickly pulled out of the flask, the air rushes back into the flask because the pressure of the atmosphere is higher than the…

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    Heat Of Vaporization Essay

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    Introduction Vapor pressure is the pressure of a vapor (gas) at equilibrium; equilibrium occurs when there is no net change between the amount of liquid and the amount of vapor because they balance each other. When the temperature of water becomes extremely low, as it does in this experiment, the rate of vaporization does not matter. The objective of this experiment is to determine the experimental heat of vaporization and compare it to the accepted heat of vaporization of water (40.7 kj/mol).…

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    Purpose The purpose of this experiment was to collect three different fractions of a mixture of hexane and toluene at differing temperatures. From there, the fractions would be measured via gas chromatography to discover the percent composition of hexane and toluene in each fraction with the ultimate goal of having one fraction with mostly hexane, one with mostly toluene, and one with an even mixture of the two. Along with this, there is also the goal of redistilling one of the fractions in…

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    sources at solid because it took time to sublime that solid and turn it into gaseous state for diffusion sources. The best efficient way is to use a gaseous diffusions sources. We got 2 candidates PH3 and POCl3. PH3 has a little quirk that escaping gas cannot be extinguished and exposure to fire may cause containers to rupture. This is a high temperature furnace which we will have a fire hazard so it would not wise to use PH¬3 in this. The best candidate will be POCl3 although it is an…

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