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    INTRODUCTION Energy sources are a vast number but not all of them are renewable and those that are non-renewable are not going to cater for the next generations if we do not change to live conservatively and sustainable . The non-renewable energy sources not only are damaging our environment, they are also depleting . This means that the future generations will not get the benefits we are getting today from our environment if we are not starting to change our values and attitudes towards the use…

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    9/11 Environmental Impact

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    Glenda Hoffman BIO-1000-02-15-FA The Environmental Impact of September 11 Ecotoxicology is the study of impacts of pollutants on the structure and function of ecosystems, including their effect on the environment. The aftereffects of 9/11 is one of the most perfect examples of ecotoxicology. This had become, within moments, one of the most dangerous atmospheric conditions ever to occur on American soil. The first written evaluation of the environmental consequences of the attacks were…

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    experiments on white blood cells showed that the nuclein dissolved in weak alkalies but not in water and acids. Later studies demonstrated that all living organisms have DNA and that any kinds of cell such as hair, skin, or plant cells all have DNA. Plenty of research and experimentation went into solving the structure of DNA and the invention of paper chromatography allowed Erwin Chargaff (1905-2002) to make a contribution in establishing the structure of DNA and how it transmitted genetic…

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    Peptic Ulcer Case Study

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    is called a biopsy and can be examined to identify if there is the presence of H. pylori. The final procedure is Upper Gastrointestinal Series. In this procedure the patient is positioned in front of an x-ray machine while consuming liquid called barium. This liquid will line the tract allowing doctors to identify ulcers. (Crowe and Peura, D, 2014) This particular test is not used when diagnosing the…

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    Falsetto Case Study

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    Short Term Goal 1 ¬ Elliot will demonstrate adequate use of the falsetto technique to elevate the larynx and eliminate the signs and symptoms of aspiration due to the pharyngeal residue of honey thick liquids with moderate verbal cues during 80% of therapeutic trials. This goal is important to focus on because, according to the results of the MBS, aspiration occurred with thins, nectar, and honey thick liquids. This was due to the residual material forming in the pyriform sinuses, which shows…

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    Scientific Explanation

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    The reaction resulted in effervescence, so carbonate is the anion. When the carbonate test was conducted with the unknown, no reaction occurred, leading to evidence of the absence of carbonate in the unknown. For the sulfate test, a few drops of Barium chloride was added followed by a few drops of HCl to a known compound. Formation of a milky white precipitate BaSO4 proves presence of sulfate ion. The same reaction was run again, only with the unknown. No precipitate formed, so sulfate is not…

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    Unknown Compounds

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    Discussion of Results: This experiment consists of three different parts. The main goal of the experiment is to identify the unknown compound the lab group was given. Along with this, the group is to discover the compounds many physical or chemical properties. Lastly, the group is supposed to create and preform two syntheses of the compound and see how they compare and contrast in different areas like costs effectiveness, safety, and potential yield of the compound. Through all of these…

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    The Manhattan Project The Manhattan Project was a stepping stone for the United States of America, it would change the meaning of war forever. The development of the first Atomic bomb would put America in the lead, surpassing our enemies in World War II. The Project was one of the most secretive projects in the history of The United States and was a turning point in the history of twentieth-century science. This new bomb had the potential of nuclear annihilation and was also one of the most…

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    achieved. Between 1817 and 1829 Johann Dobereiner was grouping elements with similar properties into groups of threes, which he referred to as triads. He notices something between three elements. Strontium was an average of the weights of calcium and barium, which all had similar chemical properties. Working off the notion that in nature, triads always had the middle…

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    [2] They contain many hazardous, if not radioactive, materials such as: Mercury (found in batteries), lead, chromium, barium, and other heavy metals (found in cathode ray tubes in TVs and monitors) which cause renal toxicity and in some cases mental retardation. On the other hand, cell phones contain large amounts of gold and silver; it is estimated that America ditches…

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