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  • Anionic Dye Synthesis Lab Report

    Abstract In this paper CuO-NH-NH2 nanoparticle was synthesized and used to remove anionic dyes from single and binary systems. The scanning electron microscopy (SEM), Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR), Energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDAX) and X-ray diffraction (XRD) were used to characterize the nanoparticle. Direct Red 80 (DR80) and Direct Green 6 (DG6) were used as anionic dyes. The effect of adsorbent dosage, dye concentration and pH on dye removal was evaluated. Kinetic…

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  • The Effect Of Light Intensity On Photosynthesis

    investigate the effect of light intensity on plant growth through counting the amount of oxygen produced. Hypothesis: If the light intensity increases, than so does the rate of photosynthesis (which a major factor for plant growth). If the rate of photosynthesis increases, than the rate of Oxygen produced as a product also increases, if the rate of photosynthesis decreases than the exact opposite will happen to the amount of oxygen. Scientific explanation: As the light intensity increases so…

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  • Never Removes-Personal Narrative

    I will never forget the evenings spent waiting by the dark cliffs, watching the last rays of dying golden light grasping at the tips of waves, the rustling grass, my clothes, my hair and my face as their source sunk beneath the sky. I would quietly observe the deep blue suffocate the sun, and wonder why things are. I would question why our world came to exist and why the sun would set every day, only to climb back up into the sky. I couldn’t let myself fall back to those lazy days, sitting on…

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  • The Night Cafe Van Gogh Analysis

    Van Gogh uses color in a very deliberate and effective way in The Night Café. He selects the colors not based on his visual interpretation of the room but on the psychological and emotional effects it has on its occupants. He explains to his brother Theo, in a letter, that he uses the red and green in an attempt to express the terrible passions of human nature. The use of these colors helps to illustrate the intensity of the Café de la Gare and provoke the emotions of the viewer who may relate…

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  • University Art Gallery Analysis

    The piece of artwork I chose from the University Art Gallery was a piece of work by Courtland Blade called The Institution. This piece of artwork is oil on canvas and was created in 2013. This piece of work is a part of the Alumni Exhibit in the University Art Gallery. The following paper will cover this piece of artwork, including a description, an analysis of elements of art used, and my personal and informed reaction of this piece. This piece of work is a simple, realistic painting of an…

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  • Naymorphic Light Eruption: A Short Story

    Today was the day. I was getting the results. Polymorphic Light Eruption. What? I asked, the doctor repeated. I had no clue what she was going to say. An allergy to the sun. Of course. Thats just what I needed the day before I jetted of for three weeks in Dubai. I was in shock. How could I be allergic to the sun…

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  • Light Vs Dark Color Essay

    you ever wonder in the summer time why people tell you not to wear dark colors? The reason being is that dark colors absorb the more light, whereas light colors reflect light, which is why it gets so hot. The color white does not absorb any wavelength, instead it reflects them unlike the color black where it absorbs all of the light it can and reflects none. Light is a form of electromagnetic radiation that involves microwaves and radio waves.* The colors we see with our eyes are set apart by…

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  • The Abyss Gazes Into You Analysis

    freedom, hope, life and comfort. While I respected Murphy’s series and messages he was conveying, the one particular photo that stood out the most to me was an image of a tree. Out of the entire series this was the photo that symbolized nature in a light that was calm and comforting. For me, personally, it reminded me of those whimsical times I spent in the wood during my childhood. Through the natural lighting from the sun emerging through the branches a sense of warmth is given…

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  • The Boy In The Striped Pajamas Visual Analysis

    The Boy in the Striped Pajamas portrays the overwhelming experiences of a young lad as he comes to the realization of the happenings around him. Bruno is uprooted from his townhouse in Berlin when his father is granted a promotion by the Führer. The family is then forced to relocate in Poland to reside next to Auschwitz. Upon their arrival, naïve Bruno becomes aware of people in a nearby field, whom he refers to as farmers. As the movie progresses, Bruno begins to comprehend that his new home is…

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  • Wind Energy: The Future Of Renewable Energy

    In 1839, a French physicist Edmund Becquerel proposed that few materials have the ability to produce electricity when exposed to sunlight. But Albert Einstein explained the photoelectric effect and the nature of light in 1905. Photoelectric effect state that when photons or sunlight strikes to a metal surface flow of electrons will take place. Later photoelectric effect became the basic principle for the technology of photovoltaic power generation. The first PV module was manufactured by Bell…

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