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  • Constable Brain Brusse Analysis

    I did my last two practicum sessions with Constable Brain Brusse and Constable Norman Smith. Brussue is usually a School Resource Officer but he was filling in for another officer at the front desk/public service that day. Smith, as mentioned in my first essay, is part of the Traffic Response Unit of the Lethbridge Regional Police Service (LRPS). The Traffic Unit is always out and about- kept busy by drivers. I cannot say much action happens at the front desk beyond paper work and conversation. Constable Brian Brusse tried his best to make the public service/front desk as entertaining as he could. He explained some of the things he does as a School Resource Officer and told me some stories about the kids he works with. As a School Resource Officer you look into troubled youth, try to guide them, and host some classes about general health, like the presentation about healthy relationships he was working on. He was using the Highway 2 shooting as an example to explain how some relationships are volatile and can go wrong. As I found out, the front desk is mainly responsible with getting statements for found items and incidents, receiving calls from people with a condition (they are going through bail or on a type of probation that they must report to the station in person or by phone), and help with legal or civic problems or questions people may have. I got statements and logged people into the conditional binders the entire day. Most of the calls and things people asked…

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  • Hydraulic Fracking

    Plastics (Phenolic resins, Epoxy resins, Polyesters and Polyurethanes) are materials which make up the objects which we use in our everyday lives such as phones, cars, cooking utensils, computers and shoes, (http://www.slideshare.net). Plastics are a group of material which can either be synthetic or naturally occurring. Plastics are considered as polymers a substance which has a molecular structure with a large number of units bonded together, (http://www.chemheritage.org). Most plastics are…

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  • Polyethylene Essay

    Polyethylene is one of the simplest and most inexpensive polymers. It is a waxy, chemical inert plastic. It a thermoplastic formed by the addition polymerization of ethylene. There are two types of polyethylene  Low Density polyethylene (LDPE) By using free radical indicator, LDPE is obtained  High Density polyethylene (HDPE) Using ionic catalysts HDPE is obtained • PREPARATION It is obtained by polymerization of ethylene. The gas I first liquefied under high pressure and pumped into a heated…

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  • Post World War II: Conservation Movement And The Environmental Movement

    importance to the American public. Post World War II, issues such as nuclear testing, pesticide and other chemical use/waste products, and the production of plastic goods in combination with American consumerism culture had serious environmental impacts. Post World War II, the production that once supported the war effort and helped pull America’s economy out of the depression was now shifting toward a more consumer-based market economy. From the 1950s on, there…

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  • Lake Apopka Plastic Case Study

    It has been complicating issue what the US government approach regarding the use of plastic material. In case study revealed Lake Apopka, Florida’s third largest lake encountered a chemical spill in 1980 abolishing alligator population and other agricultural affect with endocrine disrupters. The function of plastic provides utilization in our day to day life. Products manufacture creates flexible material cause to exist it in our society though convenient in our day to day use. Plastic…

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  • Polyurethane Essay

    and recovery properties. 4.2.2.6. Resistance to Water, Oil & Grease: Polyurethane's material properties will remain stable (with minimal swelling) in water / oil / grease. Polyether compounds will last many years in subsea applications. 4.2.2.7. Wide Resiliency Range: Resilience is generally a function of hardness. For shock-absorbing elastomer applications, low rebound compounds are usually used i.e. resilience range of 10-40%. For high frequency vibrations or where quick recovery is required,…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Chemical Vapor Deposition

    2. Basic theories and principles 2.1 Chemical vapor deposition 2.1.1 Definition of chemical vapor deposition Chemical vapor deposition (CVD) is a versatile process which is widely applied to produce coatings, powders, fibers and monolithic components [1]. Applying the chemical vapor deposition, it is possible to produce alloy and compounds of metals and nonmetal materials. Chemical vapor deposition can be defined as the deposition of a solid on a heated surface from a chemical reaction in the…

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  • Polyurethane Case Study

    Introduction 1.1 Polyurethane polyurethanes were first developed by Otto Bayer and coworkers in 1937. Shortly thereafter, Schollenberger and coworkers used formula modification to prepare elastomeric polyurethane products from Bayer's products that were like nylon or other engineering plastics in physical characteristics. PUs are widely used in coatings, flexible and rigid foams, elastomers, and composites. Reasons for the use of polyurethane coatings include: high performance characteristics…

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  • How Do Plastics Affect The Environment

    Plastics are a material currently being used all around the world. As the production of this synthetic polymer has increased, it has become almost impossible to completely avoid interaction with a plastic material. With the discovery of this practical material, positives and negatives were discovered too. Plastics have a strong effect on the environment and human health. During manufacturing, additives are put in that can be harmful to each of these important aspects. Due to their synthetic…

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  • Cerakote: A Polymer-Ceramic Coating Analysis

    According to cerakoteguncoatings.com (2017), Cerakote is a Polymer-Ceramic coating that can be applied to metals, plastics, polymers and wood. Cerakote is used on; knives, weapons, tools, some electronic covers, glasses and anything durable that needs a tough coating. This ceramic thin-film coating is intended to offer an appealing finish with unequaled performance. The ceramic coating of Cerakote provides the advantage of having extraordinary; adhesiveness, pliability, corrosion and wear…

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