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  • Spectroscopy Essay

    2013). The ions are detected electronically by electron multiplier and results are displayed as spectra of relative abundance as a function of the mass-to-charge ratio (Anon., n.d.). The sample can be identified by the mass of fragments and the fragmentation pattern (Anon., n.d.). (Sparkman, 2000) 2.3 Mass Spectrum 2.3.1 Nature Mass spectrum will be presented as a vertical bar graph (Anon., n.d.). Each bar represents an ion having specific mass-to-charge ratio (m/z) and the length of the bar…

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  • How To Stop Fracking Persuasive Essay

    To frack or not to frack? This is a question, common amongst humanity today. Fracking is the process of drilling deep into the ground to extract natural gas from the shale down below. To extract the natural gas humongous amounts of toxic fluid, loaded with silica sand and chemicals, are pumped into the ground. This fluid is not always pumped back out of the ground and seeps into surrounding groundwater. North America should stop the use of fracking because it can cause earthquakes, puts the…

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  • Dualism In The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr Hyde

    Thoughts of the Collective Psychology presents several explanations for instances of indecision and the iconic angelic and fiendish voices inside the mind. The concept of dualism and fragmentation of the mind has existed since Aristotle and Plato, but Robert Louis Stevenson captured the quintessential belief behind dualism in his novella The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Mr. Jekyll explores the duality of a human mind through theoretical experiments which eventually produce two…

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  • The Open Boat

    In America, Realism is a literary movement or school of thought that avoided melodrama and emphasized verisimilitude. Subjects were taken from everyday life and authors placed a heavy emphasis on characters as real people influenced by environment and circumstances. Realism can be broadly defined as being faithful when representing reality or verisimilitude. It is a literary technique important to the school of thought. Realism encompasses the period in which Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Stephen…

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  • Genre Blurring In Romeo And Juliet By Baz Luhrmann

    things, however it has taken him a few films to reach this objective. A Postmodern film can be described with a few main characteristics: 1. Its playfulness and self-reference – drawing attention to itself. 2. Genre Blurring (Multiple Genres). 3. Fragmentation (presence of many different cultures). 4. Uncertainty – Challenging moral laws,…

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  • Dwarf Wedge Mussel Case Study

    decline include non-point chemical pollution, sedimentation from forestry and agricultural operations, population density too low to allow for successful reproduction, residential, highway, or industrial development, headwater channelization, fragmentation by dams, non-native and invasive species, and stream improvement…

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  • Somnambulism By Charles Brown Analysis

    Brown, Charles B. "Somnambulism. A Fragment." The Heath Anthology of American Literature Volume 1, edited by Paul Lauter, D.C. Health and Company, 1990, pages 1165-1177. This short story was written my Charles Brown and published in May of 1805. This story set the precedent for America Gothic short stories. It influenced many Gothic writers one of them being Poe. Like many Goth short stories that followed this story had the death of a beautiful woman. It also had a male protagonist who was…

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  • Coen Brothers Film Analysis

    Coen Brothers are known as the most famous and popular independent film makers nowadays, they have produced many films labeled as B movies. The Coens’ films, unlike the Hollywood ones, often carry radical skepticism or a liberal outlook, from their very first film Blood Simple to the recent Inside Lewin Davis, always achieve on a low-budget with a small scale of production and their own stock company of actors. Their films are known for the mixing violence, dark humor, film noir, their films are…

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  • Civil Disobedience By George Orwell Analysis

    any situation because they were fully absorbed in it as human beings. But as soon as there was a division of labor things changed…He yields to authority but in doing so is alienated from his own actions. Thus there is a fragmentation of the total human act” (130). This fragmentation phenomenon applies not only to communicating responsibility, but to the human factor as well. These principles help to explain the paradox in the writers’ antithetical experiences. In Thoreau’s case, the sheer…

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  • Deforestation In The Amazon Rainforest

    Selective logging may not seem like the biggest cause of forest fragmentation, but “the detrimental impacts of selective logging may extend many years, especially when considering that many forest structural properties, such as deep canopies, associated with wildlife habitat in intact forests, are not likely to be regained…

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