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    For the past nineteen years air pollution has played a significant role in today's society. Before the nineteenth century factories was the center point of air pollution. Along with factories many years, chemtrails in our earthly sky have taken the position of factories. Both chemtrails and factories are known to pollute the air and cause multiple damages to the world. Not only does it cause damages they both play a role in harming many lives without seeing visible and theoretical evidence.…

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    chemicals that are constantly added into our water. Then you have to take into consideration how many containments water gets while traveling through the pipes to you. Typical water content includes salts of radium, aluminum, copper, lead, mercury, barium, and…

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    The Manhattan Project initially -prévu to advance a similar project (hypothetical?) Of nazis- was intended for use for destructive purposes phenomenal amount of kinetic energy released by nuclear fission. It will allow the development of an atomic bomb that will put an end to the fierce resistance of the Japanese in 1945. The project is exemplary because it is the most vivid illustration of the diversion by the policy of the most spectacular advances in science. The "actors" of this discovery,…

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    Introduction Gastric ulcer aka peptic ulcer. Literature Review Gastric ulcer Epidemiology, etiology, and pathophysiology Stress has been associated with stomach ulcers for many year; however, research shows that stress does not cause ulcers. There are two main causes for a gastric ulcer according to University of Maryland Medical Center (2012a). The most common cause is Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) bacteria. This specific bacteria has a corkscrew shape and grows in the mucus gel layer…

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    Baccl2 Test Lab Report

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    This is a test to see if SO4 is present in the solution. If the mixture has a white precipitate of Barium Sulfate, then the solution has a sulphate ion present (4). Taking one of the remaining test tubes, add 0.1 mL of BaCl2 into the solution and mix well. HCl Test Fig 5. If HCl is present in the solution, bubbling and a strong smell of ammonium…

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    Iron Deficiency Anemia

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    male patients, women who are postmenopausal, or adolescent females with severe anemia, the physician may order or do the following: a fecal occult blood test, look for bleeding in the gastrointestinal tract via endoscopy, capsule enteroscopy, barium enema, barium swallow, or small bowel biopsy, and a urinalysis in search of hemoglobin or blood ("Iron-Deficiency Anemia," n.d.). For the female patients with menorrhagia, the doctor may perform a pelvic ultrasound or uterine biopsy to look for…

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    Flame Test Lab Conclusion

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    Which metals produce similar flame colors (according to your naked eye)? NaCl and NaNo3 both turned the color orange. 2. What metal ions are in the unknown solutions A and B from the barrels on the vacant lot? Clearly, and in detail, explain your reasoning. The metal ions BsCl and LiCl are in the unknown solutions A and B from the barrels on the vacant lot. 3. A student performed flame tests on several unknown substances and observed that all of the flame colors were shades of red.…

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    Radiology Tech Admissions Essay When I was seventeen years old, I took a professional medical careers course at New Market Skills Center in Washington to make up for some credits that I had missed for maternity absence. I continued the program my senior year. We prepared for the Certified Nursing Assistant exam and had clinical rotation for two weeks at Panorama City, a nursing home. Through my clinical experience, I learned that being able to empathize with your patient is very important in the…

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    Pneumoconiosis Essay

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    Pneumoconiosis is an occupational lung disease and a restrictive lung disease caused by the inhalation of dust. A longer, factitious term is pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis. Depending upon the type of dust, the disease is given different names: 1. Coal worker’ pneumoconiosis(CWP): caused by inhaling coal dust, Coal is a natural brownish black or black graphite-like material which is a fossil fuel for producing energy such as electricity. CWP, which is known also as a black lung…

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    Rehabilitation Clinical Observation According to Hinkle and Cheever (2014), rehabilitation is a goal- oriented process that enables people with acute or chronic disorders, including those with physical, mental, or emotional disabilities or impairments, activity limitations and participation restrictions. (p.153) Early, intensive therapies are required for the patient to achieve optimal recovery. Majority of the clients attending a rehabilitation facility are those with stroke, brain injury,…

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