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    CHAPTER TWO LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 Theoretical principles 2.1.1 Motor vehicle repair and servicing works In the motor vehicle repair works, a number of processes are undertaken depending on the part under repair or service. This includes but not limited to, bodyworks, engine parts, transmission parts and auxiliary parts like batteries. Operations on this parts during either repair or servicing is prone to expose the worker to some dust mostly inform of fumes. Hazardous materials and wastes in…

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    Venus In Furs Analysis

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    that the fantasy is about the pain and humiliation. Severin, in Venus in Furs, shows the reader otherwise. He displays his love or infatuation for Wanda by wanting to realize his innate fantasies, with her; Wanda, and Severin’s love for her are the catalysis for his…

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    Willow Tree Lab Report

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    Introduction: Egyptian scrolls dating back to 1534 BC were found discussing the medical ability of the willow tree to relive aches and pains. Even the famous Hippocrates wrote about the powder that could be obtained from the willow tree in 5th century BC. In 216 AD, the willow tree was a popular medicinal product used throughout the world. However the raw product taken from the willow tree had harsh effects on the body and stomach. Throughout the 1800’s many chemists attempted to covert…

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    Abstract In this paper CuO-NH-NH2 nanoparticle was synthesized and used to remove anionic dyes from single and binary systems. The scanning electron microscopy (SEM), Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR), Energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDAX) and X-ray diffraction (XRD) were used to characterize the nanoparticle. Direct Red 80 (DR80) and Direct Green 6 (DG6) were used as anionic dyes. The effect of adsorbent dosage, dye concentration and pH on dye removal was evaluated. Kinetic…

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    need an island to find themselves. Maybe they need a place where no one’s watching them so they can be who they really are,” (Bray, 177) displays the breakaway from the perfectly curled hair and the baton twirling, in which that moment becomes the catalysis of personal advancement and finding one’s place in the world. It’s moving away from the expectations set for them, the old dreams of parents that ended up being pushed onto their young and naive children. “I swear, if I get out of this, I’m…

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    Amylase Biology Lab Report

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    The Effect of Change in Temperature Conditions on Enzymes Bacillus licheniformis Amylase and Aspergillus oryzae Amylase Over Time ____________________________________ Roxanna Flores PID: 5199946 Lab Section U26 Group Members: Roudabyna Taleb Abstract This laboratory was performed in order to be able to determine the effect of temperature over time on bacterial amylase Bacillus licheniformis and fungal amylase Aspergillus oryzae. Bacterial amylase was introduced into four singular test tubes…

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    How Different Drugs Work in the Body at a Molecular Level First, it is important to understand the drug kinetics so as to understand how a drug works. Typically, this is how the drug is introduced to the body, how it reaches the point of action, and how it is removed from the body. The most important stage is absorption, and it highlights how the drug is introduced into the body. It includes intravenous administration, subcutaneous injection, intramuscular injection, oral administration, and…

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    Adsorption is the bond of particles, particles, or atoms from a gas, fluid, broken down and attached strongly to a surface. This procedure makes a film of the adsorbate on the surface of the adsorbent. This methodology varies from absorbtion, in which a liquid (the absorbate) pervades or is absorbed by a porous solid. Adsorption is a surface-based procedure while absorption includes the entire volume of the material. The term sorption envelops both methodologies, while desorption is the converse…

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    Personal Statement "How can I help?" is a simple question that we normally either dismiss or greet with lukewarm enthusiasm. In this question though, rests a core intention of trying to be part of the solution. It may not seem important, but the simplest of ideas, motivations or questions can begin most journeys, which is true in my case. I remember that as a young child of around 4 years old, I would sit on the counter next to the medicine cabinet and read the back of all the medicine bottles.…

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    without its presence. In addition, a catalyst does not get used up in the reaction. In this case, hydrochloric acid reappears in the products of the reaction because it does not get consumed. Hydrochloric acid acts through the process of homogenous catalysis since it is in the same liquid phase as the other reactants.…

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