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    Water Fog Lab

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    A Molecular Explanation of How the Fog Is Produced When Dry Ice Is Placed in Water The primary purpose of the article is to correct a common misconception about the origin of the fog, in the Dry Ice in Water Fog (DIWF), and to give further insight into happenings on a molecular level in the (DIWF) with the aid of experimental evidence. The writer is keen on proving that the fog produced in the (DIWF) demonstration is actually from the bulk water onto which the dry ice is placed and not the atmospheric water vapor. In a bid to understand the mechanism of the formation of fog, the writer employs a model, where the interaction of dry ice with other liquids is closely observed, and the effectiveness of experimental conditions in producing fog…

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    Dry Ice-In-Fog Lab

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    Experiment 1: Scientific Writing and Integrity Procedure 1. A Molecular Explanation of How the Fog is Produced when Dry Ice is placed in Water The main goal of the article written is to try to figure out where the dry ice-in-water-fog (DIWF) was coming from, for there has been discussion if the fog is coming from the water or if it is coming from the dry ice being sublimed. In their terms, they hope “to describe on molecular terms what may be happening in this demonstration” (644). Researchers…

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    different areas where fog occurs in the United States. States in the west, like California, Oregon, and Washington, it is not uncommon for there to be several consecutive days of fog that form overnight and disappear in the mid-morning or early afternoon. Places along the Pacific Coast such as Morro Bay, California and San Francisco, California tend to see a considerable amount of fog that travels over the water and move inland. On the East Coast, there is not as much widespread fog, but rather…

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    The Flatman

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    in the cockpit of the crane. As I turned to head back, I felt a spine chilling sensation hit me as if someone was watching me.. I came within about ten meters from the crane, out of the mist a pair of two maroon colored lights were glowing in the fog. I assumed it was the brake lights of a loader. Someone forgot to shut off, I heard no noise of an engine. A raspy voice broke the dead silence of the foggy night. “Do you remember who I am?” I was dumbfounded, I could not think of who. It could…

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    that would more closely fit that of a machine, referring to the Big Nurse’s hand bag as a toolbox, filled with “thousand parts she aims to use in her duties today—wheels and gears, cogs polished to a hard glitter, tiny pills that gleam like porcelain, needles, forceps, watchmakers’ pliers, rolls of copper wire…” (4). He refers to society as a “combine” (40), and the asylum as a factory for the combine, made “for fixing up mistakes made in the neighborhoods and in the schools and in the churches”…

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    It was a cold, windy night when John, Susie, Billy and Pepaw were sitting around the campfire, when pepaw began to tell a story from his childhood. He began the story by telling them about his trusty lantern. He said he was on the Golden Gate Bridge with his beloved wife. His lantern began to flicker, so he began to sway it back and forth to make the flame reappear. When he looked up there was a dense fog forming over the water, a large pirate ship began to appear. They began to get frightened…

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    up together and nothing can separate us. I pulled my leather jacket on over my gray sweater, because at this time in the fall, I can never predict when the wind will pick up. Just before I darted out the door, I grabbed my dad’s worn-out, old, gray hat, mostly out of habit, and slipped it on. Bernie bounded out the door, pushing me aside to grab his bone, however I strided outside to join him in the yard. I sat on the tire swing that my dad had made for me last year. Since the swing overlooked…

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    being a dual reality system. The town itself in the games is meant to be a New England style tourist trap. Which in the first game is the whole reason for the main character Harry Mason to be in the tow. Once the main character enters the town they are immediately unsettled, as are the players who play the game. The town is covered in a dense fog that takes the familiar and makes it seem strange and foreign. This is the first of the dual realities commonly referred to as the fog world in which…

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    It’s pea soup outside as Jared and I put our rods and backpacks into my car. The dawn light is barely breaking the horizon. We drive to our secret lake in acres of avocado groves. We park and turn on our head lamps and hop the fence. As we hike through 2 miles of avocado groves the sweet smell of ripe fruit enhances the clean crisp morning air filling us with adrenaline and pure stoke. As we crest the hill we look down on our city covered in thick fog. The sun breaks the horizon filling the…

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    In the winter, it is very important that you find the best solution for getting rid of the snow from your yard with ease. You must know exactly what tools and devices to use in order to remove the snow with less effort, and without spending lots of time outdoors in the cold either. Here is how to keep snow from taking over your yard. The most important thing you must do is to avoid snow accumulation Avoiding snow accumulation will help you to maintain your yard with ease. You will be able to…

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