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  • Importance Of Inhibition Efficiency Of Polymers

    these properties pave the way for future research in inhibitor technology. Introduction The inherent protection of metals and their alloys used in industry are of the upmost importance when it comes to longevity and reliability of structures. Many chemical compounds have been developed over the years that can inhibit the corrosion rate of metal alloys but cost effectiveness, toxicity, processibility and other factors limit the applications1. The need for new, eco-friendly and cost effective…

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  • Irony In Wilfred Owen's Dulce Et Decorum Est

    ¨Dulce Et Decorum Est¨(It Is Sweet and Glorious) by Wilfred Owen is a poem to describe his (WIlfred Owen’s) traumatizing experience in World War 1. WIlfred Owen was a young poet at the time when he enlisted into the war to fight for England. Most of his works are based on his experience, and his disappointment of what the war was about.The poem was created on October 17th, 1917 during the first world war. In the poem, he describes many death-seeing experiences and many tragic events involving…

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  • Reaction Between The Calcium Chloride And Phhenol Red

    responsible for the high temperature change in the overall reaction. After doing a control experiment with Sodium Bicarbonate and phenol red and noticing that the temperature got colder, only one other chemical mixed with phenol red could be responsible for the warm temperature change that chemical being Calcium Chloride. There was a temperature change that was observed during the individual control labs as seen when calcium chloride was mixed with water it became hotter and when calcium…

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  • Effect Of Temperature And Substrate Concentration On Catalase Reactions

    Effect of Temperature and Substrate Concentration on Catalase Reactions Blake Devivo Biol 101 Lab February 10, 2016 Abstract The human body contains thousands of tiny structures called enzymes that perform specific functions. One enzyme called “Catalase” is often used to regulate the amount of a toxic compound, hydrogen peroxide, in the body. The purpose of this experiment was find the different factors that can affect Catalase-Peroxide reactions. The first part of this experiment…

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  • The Importance Of Reactive Intermediate

    Aeshah Alrubayyi CHM 643 Reactive intermediate has been important investigated in physical organic chemistry. It classes to carbocations, carbenes, carbanions and free radicals. Recently, observable intermediate classified as reactive, and an unobservable intermediate is kinetically when occurs at a branch point in a mechanism. A reactive intermediate is formed in the rate determining step of a reaction and then goes to give products in low barrier. Also, the hydrocarbon reaction of terminal…

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  • Disappearing Spoon: Dimitri Mendeleev, Robert Bunsen, And Fritz Haber

    Disappearing Spoon Essay Tanner Rapp In this book about the periodic table and how each element was discovered and how it affected each scientist when they discovered it. The story shows scientist such as Maria Goeppert, Dimitri Mendeleev, Robert Bunsen, Fritz Harbor, William Crookes, and many more. However, in this essay I am going to write about Dimitri Mendeleev, Robert Bunsen, and Fritz Haber. Dimitri Mendeleev is a very important scientist when it come to the periodic table, he is…

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  • Law Of Conservation Of Mass Lab Report

    This is shown in the balanced chemical equation by the products of water and the solid copper chloride. The observation of the liquid turning clear represents the water and seeing the particles represents the precipitate. The yield of copper chloride is 1.49 grams. This demonstrates the…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Fire Retardants

    Carcinogenic Chemical Product: Fire Retardants Fire safety is a vital part of the modern technological society and as responsible citizens it is important to recognise that, with the aid of fire retardants, there is a prolong time frame of escaping from fires. This widely used carcinogenic product is composed of certain chemical elements within numerous everyday products (either inside the polymeric material or as an external layer) that help combat the ignition through chemical reactions at…

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  • Essay On Effect Of Temperature On Rate Of Reaction

    affect the rate of reaction? Problem: What effects does temperature have on the rate of reaction? Purpose: The aim of this investigation is to investigate how changing the temperature of sodium thiosulphate affects the rate of reaction in a chemical reaction. In order to complete this practical the temperature will be changed three times and the rate of reaction will be measured each time. Variables: Independent: -the temperature of the sodium thiosulphate. Dependent: -the rate of…

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  • Chemical Reaction In Cooking Food

    Chemical Reaction A Chemical Reaction is when there is change from physical reaction to nuclear reaction. In chemical reaction, there is also a change of a chemical substance to another, which in that case is the change to one or more productions. It 's when a substance changes and when you combine chemicals or mix them, you 'll most likely create a new one, not always but most of the time it will. Cooking food always involves a chemical reaction. It could be from baking a cake by mixing the…

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