Benzoic acid

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  • Daphnia Lab Report

    The Effect of pH levels on the Motility of Daphnia in Lake Ecosystems Introduction: The production, transportation, and use of chemicals by chemical industries can result in chemical pollution. This leads to a harmful effect on ecosystems and their balance of life (Linlin, Chen, 2012). The pH levels of aquatic environments are important because it affects the physiology of animals by changing their behaviors. The ion concentrations associated with the water and the organism’s survival can also…

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  • Sulphamic Acid Case Study

    Ravi raj Chemicals Company manufactures the sulphamic acid. During the process scrubber through SO3 gas liberate the atmosphere. So these SO3 undesirable gases are reducing. The SO3 gas is hazards and it is pollute the atmosphere. In this project we can solve the possible solution then apply to the plant scale. 1.2 Objective Of Projects In these manufacturing process of sulphamic acid first raw material put at the batch reactor and after some time hot discharge…

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  • Ezbet Al Manshyia Well Water Treatment Plant Case Study

    1.4. Trihalomethanes 2. Ezbet El Moraba and Al Manshyia well water treatment plants 2.1. Physicochemical parameters Comparison between different physico chemical parameters was illustrated in table (6) and figures (15,16,17). The mean value of residual chlorine in Ezbet El Moraba well water treatment plant was 0.03 mg/L, while that of Al Manshyia well water treatment plant was 0.14 mg/L. The mean values of turbidity of Ezbet El Moraba and Al Manshyia well water treatment plants were 1.4 NTU and…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Ointments

    Sterile Ointments Ointments are semisolids expected for external application to the skin or mucous layers. They typically contain lower than 20% water and volatiles and more than 50% hydrocarbons, waxes, or polyols as the vehicle. Ointment bases known for use as vehicles fall into four general classes: hydrocarbon bases, absorption bases, water-removable bases, and water-soluble bases. Each therapeutic ointment has its base one of these four general classes. • Hydrocarbon Bases: They are…

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  • Starch Synthesis Essay

    The study of the “impact of artificial light on the production of sugars and starch by seedlings” was conducted to compare the effectiveness of seed artificial light compared to natural light to see if artificial light could be used as a substitute for artificial light. To produce the results to create a comparison, students conducted Starch Testing and Carbohydrate testing. The starch testing consisted 6 tubes, two of which were controlled samples with and without a Lugol’s Iodine, two…

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  • Baking Soda Experiment

    out how it did due to additional carbonic acid being created by the reaction. With more baking soda, there is more to be mixed with vinegar, which means more CO2. When explained more in-depth, the double displacement reaction of baking soda(sodium bicarbonate) and vinegar is larger when there is more of the two. When adding more baking soda there is more for it to be mixed with the vinegar. This makes for a greater amount of sodium acetate and carbonic acid. The data teaches that when there is…

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  • What Is Soap And Detergent Essay

    saturated fatty acids and/or unsaturated fatty acids. The most common saturated fatty acids used in soap are, “lauric acid, myristic acid, palmitic acid and stearic acid” ( Michelle 2014). If a more effective clean is desired then, using a saturated fatty acid is the way to go because they get rid of oils better. Due to this, soaps made up of saturated fatty acids are less prefered for skin because it will take away the natural oils produced by your skin. These saturated fatty acids…

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  • Callistemon Citrinus Lab Report

    ABSTRACT Objective: To evaluate the in-vitro anti-inflammatory activity on leaves extract of Callistemon citrinus by using inhibition of albumin denaturation technique. Method- The different extract i.e. chloroformic, ethanolic and aqueous extract at different concentrations was incubated with egg albumin in controlled experimental condition and subjected to determine absorbance to evaluate the anti-inflammatory activity. Diclofenac sodium was used as the standard/ reference drug. Result: This…

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  • The Effects Of CKD On Sludge Stabilization

    The effect of CKD on sludge stabilization compared with chemical stabilization with Lime is introduced in Table (3). Also comparison between different concentrations of sludge is introduced. Different dosages of CKD were examined and the dosage that achieves stabilization was 50% and 60% for thickened and diluted sludge respectively, while the required dosage of Lime was ranged between 22 and 29%. The required lime dosage complies with the results of EPA [4], Wang [18], Rahman [11] and Salah…

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  • Sulphuric Acid Case Study

    ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF SULPHURIC ACID PRODUCTION 1. Safety Aspects 1. Basic Safety Aspects due to Physical properties and behaviour of Sulfuric acid. Basically, we know attention is paramount when adding water to a highly concentrated acid and this is the case with sulphuric acid which is highly risky. Sulfuric acid can have serious adverse effects like burns if it contacts the skin. This is due to the dehydrating properties of the acid on organic materials. Also, when the acid is heated…

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