Henry Salt

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  • Why Is It Important To Civilize Ancient Egypt

    tomb-robbing Egyptologists really starts off. After Napoleon’s failed venture to take over, and the publication of Description de l’Egypte, people of France and Britain wanted to have a piece of Egypt. Both countries sent people over to collect antiquities from Egypt and take part in the wondrous, riches of the past. The British consul was Henry Salt and French consul was Bernardino Drovetti. “Bernardino Drovetti...bribed local officials, dug recklessly into tombs and temples” while Henry Salt went with the more hands-off route and elected others to do his work for him like “a colorful circus strongman turned tomb robber-- Giovanni Battista Belzoni” (Fagan, Brian M. “A Brief History of Archaeology” 36). France and Britain were in a race against each other to see who could take the most valuable artifacts from Egypt. They did not care where the objects came from or really organizing the artifacts. The Egyptologist that will be focused on the most from this time will be Giovanni Belzoni. He was a strongman around 6 ft tall and originally arrived in Egypt to try and sell a “mechanical irrigation device to the Pasha of Egypt. The enterprise failed, but Henry Salt soon hired Belzoni to move an enormous statue of Rameses II from the king’s mortuary temple at Luxor to Alexandria” (Fagan, Brian M. “A Brief History of Archaeology” 37). Belzoni went on to be one of the most prolific tomb-robbers. “From 1817 to 1820...he recovered mummies, papyri, and statues from temples and tombs in…

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  • Leg Cramps Research Paper

    What is audio to text transcription? Why is audio transcription a powerful tool for audio file conversion? Description: In this technological world, now it is possible to transcribe audio to text. When audio files are in digital format you need to convert them for a backup and data preservation. Audio recording can archive reliable information and is immensely valuable to companies and organizations. But then, the digital version is vulnerable to unpredictable factors and distortions. You…

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  • Bath Bomb Chemistry

    Key concepts Chemistry Chemical reaction Acids Bases Water Introduction Have you ever had a refreshing bath with bubbles or bath salts? What if you could use chemistry to create a bath-time treat that incorporated both fizzing bubbles and soothing salts? Such a combination does exist, and it's called a bath bomb. If you have never experienced one, these "bombs" become fizzy when they touch the water. Why? It is due to a chemical reaction taking place between different ingredients within the…

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  • Road Salt Proposal Essay

    A PROPOSAL TO REDUCE THE AMOUNT OF ROAD SALT USED IN ONTARIO DURING WINTER MONTHS By Karishma Porwal School: St. John’s Kilmarnock School Faculty Advisor: Miss. Jessica P Clough Word Count (excluding footnotes): 942 Every year Ontario faces harsh winters that bring copious amounts of snowfall and ice. This results in more frequent occurrences of traffic accidents due to the lack of traction on the icy roads. This problem is dealt with by lining the streets with road salt,…

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  • Substitutes To Salt Essay

    Substitutes to salt - Best salt alternatives to control BP – Substitutes for salt - the best salt with which to control BP Salt is an important substance that is essential for taste. Regardless of whether you made a vegetarian or vegetative or non-vegetarian food, the full flavor of these dishes depends on salt. When you get tired of the sun and want to get your energy back again, you can treat it with salt water. But adding more salt to the diet or consuming them more is not right for your…

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  • Keepsake Password By Ian Urbina

    In Ian Urbina’s article, the connection between passwords utilized by people and how they can hold deep meanings delving into a persons’ emotions, thought processes, personal past experiences, and the very essence of who they are, is explored at length. Urbina runs a study to create his thesis that people primarily utilize “Keepsake” passwords through collecting people’s passwords (either current or past) and why those specific passwords were chosen, as a proof that there is a deep connection…

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  • Pickle Juice Research

    Electrolyte and Plasma Responses After Ingestion of Pickle Juice in Hydrated Females Adanna Cheek Radford University Introduction Every physically active person knows how it feels to be in the middle of a sporting event or workout and suddenly experience a muscle cramp. These cramps are inhibiting and painful, as well as cause a decrease in performance. Exercise-associated muscle cramps, or EAMC, are defined as skeletal muscle cramps that occur during or directly after exercise (Miller et…

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  • Hot Dogs Research Paper

    It is a form of salt that is also called Chile saltpeter. It looks just like regular, old table salt. It comes in small, clearish white grains. After eating this, a pill might want to be taken for a pounding migraine. This chemical causes excruciating migraines. Not only does it cause migraines, but it raises the risk of getting cancer. So, it is a two for one deal. You get two types of sickness, for the price of one hot dog. The companies have to put this in because it increases the shelf life,…

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  • Dissolved Impurities Lab Report

    The purpose of this lab is to understand the effect that dissolved impurities will have on the freezing point of a mixture and what additive will affect the the freezing point the most. The freezing point of a liquid is, the point of a substance when the temperature of the solid and the liquid is equal. When water freezes the water molecules become organized and come closer together forming crystal particles of ice.When a solute (like salt) and a solvent (like water) mix together the salt…

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  • Hydrochlorimetric Purification Lab Report Conclusion

    dissolves in water because the sodium cation has a positive charge and the chlorine anion has a negative charge. The water molecules also have partial charges because the oxygen is more electronegative than the hydrogen atoms, pulling electrons toward itself, producing a partial negative charge with a resultant partial positive charge on the hydrogen atoms. The charges between the sodium chloride and the water interact leading to a phenomenon known as solvolysis where the solute is interacting…

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