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  • Pros And Cons Of Styrene Butadiene Rubber

    2.7 Styrene Butadiene Rubber Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR) belongs to the synthetic rubbers families that are derived from Styrene and Butadiene.[53] SBR is an aqueous dispersion of (25%) Styrene (CH2=CHC6H5) and (75%) Butadiene (CH2=CH-CH=CH2) copolymer as shown in Figure (2-1). The copolymerization of these two polymers may done by different ways. Mostly they copolymerized in an emulsion process, by dispersing a soap like surface acting agent where the materials are in water solution.[54]…

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  • Benzoic Acid Synthesis

    This experiment was conducted to practice a variety of techniques in organic chemistry: separation, mechanisms, acid-base reactions, evaporation, recrystallization, and identification. The goal of this experiment was to identify the unknown mixture of two compounds. The two compounds were separated first by altering the acid components solubility through deprotonation, and then protonating the acid component again to form the separated precipitate. The ether in the neutral layer was evaporated,…

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  • Essay On Cultural Literacy

    American Sign Language, body language, English, Mandarin Chinese, Spanish, and a myriad of programming languages; these are all of the things in which, at one time or another, I attempted to gain literacy. I have always been fascinated with the way people communicate and interact with one another, knowingly or not. Communication, however, is not merely limited to the spoken or written word. In fact, a lot of what we encounter in everyday life does not fall into the traditional realm of language.…

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  • Essay On Adult Literacy

    Literacy as defined by the National Assessment of Adult Literacy is the ability to use printed and written information to function in society, to achieve one 's goals, and to develop one 's knowledge and potential. Illiteracy or being illiterate is the exact opposite, it is being unable to read or write successfully. In America illiteracy is a major problem. In fact “illiteracy is such a problem that in our country 44 million adults are unable to read a simple story to their children”…

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  • Iliteracy In Malcolm X's Prisoners Of Silence

    “At least twenty-five times I must have written that first one-page letter to him, over and over. I was trying to make it both legible and understandable. I practically couldn't read my handwriting myself; it shames even to remember it.” (Malcolm X 172). A simple, yet startling, reflection by Malcolm X an esteemed pillar of the civil rights movement. As he stared at his letter to Elijah Muhammad the embarrassment he that covered him did not deter him from his goal. The poor grammar and spelling…

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  • The Human Cost Of An Illiterate Society Kozol Summary

    Summary and Response of the essay “The Human Cost of an Illiterate Society” Summary: In the essay “The Human Cost of an Illiterate Society”, written by Jonathan Kozol and published in Reading for Writers, New York, in 2013 the Author is raising awareness of the audience of literates to the dangers of illiteracy. The author uses personal stories from people to describe the difficulties of an illiterate life. Jonathan Kozol also explains how voter turnout is lowered by about 16 million votes…

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  • History Of Functionalism

    Functionalism What is Functionalism? Trace its historical origins. Functionalism origin is quit blurred due to the many psychologists and philosophers who contributed to the making of functionalism. There is no one person who come up with functionalism but more so it was development over time, there are many that contributed and we will touch on some of the key psychologists and people that contributed in the making of functionalism we know as today . The thought of functionalism was…

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  • - 6-Diphenyl-2-Cyclohexenone Lab Report

    to the functional groups in 6-ethoxycarbonyl-3,5-diphenyl-2-cyclohexenone. These functional groups are sp2 hybridized carbons at 3031 cm-1, sp3 hybridized carbons at 2981 cm-1, a carbonyl at 1735 cm-1, aromatic carbon-carbon stretching at 1660 cm-1, an ester carbon-oxygen stretching at 1144 cm-1, and alkene carbon-hydrogen stretching at 698 cm-1. There was no alcohol present in this spectra, indication that all of the catalyst was removed successfully. Also the presence of alkene functional…

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  • Tetraphenylcyclopentadienone Synthesis Essay

    self-condensation of benzaldehyde with thiamine used as the base catalyst of the reaction. The next step was the preparation of benzil from the oxidation reaction of benzoin with nitric acid. In the oxidation reaction, the alcohol functional group of benzoin was oxidized to form the carbonyl functional group of benzil, while the nitric acid was reduced into a mixture of nitrogen oxides that formed toxic brown fumes. The final step was the preparation of tetracyclone from the aldol condensation…

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  • What Is Omega-3 Fatty Acids?

    OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS 1) Structure Figure 1.1 The omega-3 fatty acids are also known as ω-3 fatty acids or n-3 fatty acids which contain a long chain of polyunsaturated fatty acids and the chain ranges from 18 to 22 carbon atoms (Collins J.J., 2010). The fatty acids have two ends; the carboxylic acid end (-COOH) and the methyl end (-CH3). The carboxylic acid end is considered the starting of chain which is “alpha” and methyl chain is considered as the tail of the long chain…

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