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  • The Importance Of Chemistry In Life

    Introduction Chemistry is one of the broadest scientific subjects that are primarily focused on the manner in which matter interacts with energy. However, chemistry tends to be more focused on the study of the properties of matter as well as the interaction between various types of matter. The interaction is often facilitated by the reactions that involve either electron loss or electron gain, as described by the American Chemical Society (2014). Unlike other sciences, such as physics, chemistry…

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  • Analysis Of Climate Fiction

    (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change). In 1900, Knut Angstrom discovered that CO2 in the atmosphere led to the absorption of part of the infrared spectrum. The atmosphere is a major player in the discussion of global warming since it is composed of naturally found chemical particles that humans can contribute to with the burning of certain fuels. In 1927, carbon emissions from fossil fuel burning and industry reached one billion tons per year while human population reached 2 billion in…

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  • Model Of IKEA

    collection technology. It uses radio frequency waves to transfer between a Reader and an RFID Tag. RFID is a technology that incorporates the use of electromagnetic or electrostatic coupling in the radio frequency (RF) portion of the electromagnetic spectrum to uniquely identify object. The advantage of RFID is that it does not require direct contact or line-of sight scanning; it can scan objects while moving that makes it more…

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  • Eco Community Essay

    Economically, the 21st century has been characterized by The Great Recession, an ongoing economic decline that began in 2007 when mortgage concerns hit United States markets and share indexes plunged. The U.S. housing bubble burst, damaging financial institutions and creating an interbank credit crisis. World and U.S. markets began to slide in 2008, and U.S. oil prices reached a record $147 a barrel. When the stock market crashed, over $1.2 trillion U.S. dollars in market value assets…

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  • The Importance Of Transboundary Water Management In The Bahamas

    Climate Fund, “There’s absolutely no doubt that the GCF will become a financial mechanism by which small island developing states, including The Bahamas, should be able to access funding, particularly as we look to transition the world into a low-emission, climate-resilient future and for our climate change mitigation efforts.” Emphasizing on the country’s vulnerability to climate change and its increasing poverty levels, Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis called on the United Nations to…

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  • Cancer: A Case Study

    Cancer is becoming a second leading cause of death in our society. The expenses for diagnosis and treatment are overwhelming. People may deal with various challenges like; physical, social, emotional and spiritual. “Cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells anywhere in a body” (What is cancer, 2014). “Cancer is associated with the alteration expression of cellular genes that normally regulate proliferation and differentiation” (Copstead & Banasik, 2013). Abnormal cells are called…

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  • Protein Spiking Research Paper

    Companies that produce protein powders as a supplement have been found to be spiking their protein blends by third party testing. This spiking has a number of different names that all mean the same; the only difference is how one describes the process of spiking such as nitrogen, protein, and/or amino spiking. Through third party testing of different blends of protein powder, companies discovered a way to lie to the total number of grams of protein that is actually in the blend. When testing the…

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  • Causes Of Corporate Inversions

    to reforming tax code. In general, taxes generate income that funds local, state, and federal government activity. Furthermore, taxes can be used to control negative externalities that businesses would otherwise be incentivized to produce (think emission taxes). Under the CBS news headline “Expert debunks claim U.S. corporate taxes are too high” a California law professor…

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  • Nitrite And Nitrate Contamination Of Surface And Ground Water Pollution

    Pollution is one of the most serious problems that affect our environment, and its effects on all life aspects are clear to everyone. Because of this, pollution is one of the most serious issues that all the word countries are concerned about. As time goes, the pollution problem increases and also the population growth increase. The increase in demand for water and food supplies place an increasing stress on the ground and surface water quality and quantity. One of the environmental problems…

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  • Emmett's Article Why E-Cigarettes Should Be Banned From Minors

    E-cigarettes are a controversial public health concern that is on both sides of the health spectrum; they are viewed as a safer alternative to smoking tobacco, but poses similar health risks. The 2014 article Why e-cigarettes should be banned from minors by Gary A. Emmett supports the belief that e-cigarettes have negative effects on health and should be inaccessible for minors. Although e-cigarettes are publicized as a safer and less addictive alternative to smoking, e-cigarettes are also…

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