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    One of the parameters that determines water quality is pH. It is defined as the negative logarithm of the hydrogen ion and is intended to be a measurement of the balance of acids and bases. Temperature affects pH. In pure water, a decrease in pH of 0.45 occurs when temperature is increased by 25°C [11]. There are several methods for measuring pH. The most common is the use of a glass electrode sensible to it, a reference electrode and a measurement device. Another method is the use of…

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    cells There are 3 main types of commercially available cells: 3.1.1Mono crystalline Silicon PV& Polycrystalline Silicon PV The occupational health issues are associated to chemical burns and inhalation of fumes from hydro fluoric acid (HF) and other solutions of acids (e.g., HNO3) and alkalis (e.g., NaOH) used for cleaning wafers ,removing complete oxide layer, and cleaning the reactor. Performing the slicing of wafers also results in solid waste for example (e.g., small pieces of…

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    Water quality dynamics in an urbanizing subtropical estuary (Oso Bay, Texas) Estuarine environments like that of Oso Bay in Corpus Christi, Texas are subject to fluctuations in geochemistry and relative water quality based on factors related to extreme weather events, changing water flow and human impacts. A 2011-2015 study on the water quality dynamics of Oso Bay found fluctuations in the estuarine geochemistry were related to some of these factors, particularly human influences. A wastewater…

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    enter the house and allow the stale air to exit. The effects of VOCs can also be lowered by minimalizing exposure to these compounds. An example of a VOC is methanol, a substance which is toxic if ingested because it metabolises to form Formaldehyde (CH_2 O). Methanol (CH_3 OH) is most commonly found in products such as cigarettes as well as in foods or drinks containing aspartame, an artificial sweetener. Formaldehyde is another toxic VOC which can cause the development of cancer. Formaldehyde…

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    3. Results Considering the morphological characteristics of the ecotypes, the cladode shape was elliptic or ovate, the number of spines varied among three classes (many, intermediate or few), the flowers had two types of petal color (scarlet or yellow), the fruit was elliptic or ovoid and the pulp color was white, pale yellow or orange (Table 2). The OFI populations studied showed statistically significant differences for DM of the fruits, F (17, 34.24) = 31.61, p < 0.05, which varied…

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    Results The results obtained were statistically analyzed using the Fishers exact test. Table 1: Comparison of microbial growth between different groups Sodium Hypochloride Total Fishers exact test Endovac Laser Control p-value No Growth 5(50.0%) 8(80.0%) 0 15(37.5%) <0.001* <103 5(50.0%) 2(20.0%) 0 7(17.5%) 103 – 108 0 0 0 8(20.0%) >108 0 0 10(100.0%) 10(25.0%) Total 10 10 10 40(100.0%) *p<0.05 statistically significant p>0.05 non significant, NS Amongst the 10…

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    1.4 Effect of Microcrystalline Cellulose (MCC)Type Formula F12 was utilized to study the effect of changing the type of MCC(Avecil PH-101 ) as a carrier material instead of (Avecil PH-102) in F8 on the dissolution behavior of the prepared Zolmitriptan liquisolid ODTs. Although the DT of formula F12 (79 sec.) was greater than F8 (48 sec.) as in Table(18),the dissolution behavior of the formula F12 was faster than F8 as in Table (18) and Figure (48), this difference was non…

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    Chemical Reactions Lab

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    Nite Lab the equipment was: a balance, a crucible, a Bunsen Burner, a 150 mL Erlenmeyer flask, a thermometer, a pressure gauge, a syringe, two 50 mL beakers, magnesium (Mg), Copper(II) Carbonate Hydroxide Hydrate (Cu2CO3(OH)2 x H2O,) 6M Hydrochloric acid (HCl), Zinc (Zn),…

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    Salts and molecules have similar characteristics, and many differences whether we can tell by first looks or not. Testing these two only supports the differences, and many structural functions cause these differences. Since salts are ionically bonded, they have different properties and functions compared to the covalent bonded molecules. Salts have a ionic bond, and we can confirm due to their electronegativity. As you move from left to right on the periodic table you would notice that…

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    Arsenic Trioxide Problem

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    Part one Make a 3 list of chemical safety hazards? The three chemical safety hazards are: Poison Toxic Corrosive Reactive Environmental hazards 2. What is Amalgam? Amalgam is mixture of metals of mercury with another metal and other metal. Almost all metal can be an amalgam with a form of mercury. 3. If you had to train someone on how to separate the mercury from the amalgam, what training would they need? WHY? If I had to train someone on how to separate the mercury…

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