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  • Organ Donation Pros

    It is no secret that we are on the verge of making both technological and biological progress. Imagine a scenario in which you were fighting for your country or perhaps your family and unfortunately you lost your arm, your leg, or even part of your face. Today, we see these losses as needing a prosthetic, which is a device that is made from plastic or metal that takes the place of the body part that was lost in order for you to maintain a proper functionality within society. I think a better…

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  • Water Solubility Experiment

    Research Paper Honors Chemistry Group Number 8 Research Paper The science fair topic at hand is whether or not chemical compounds affect water 's heat resistance/reception. In other words, how does the temperature of water (H2O) change when chemical compounds - such as sodium chloride and sucrose - are added? In this experiment, the independent variable is the chemical compound being tested while the dependent variable is the temperature of the water. The constants are the surface being…

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  • Negative Effects Of Tartrazine: Lemon Yellow Azo Dye

    pastries to add a splash of color into it. It is extensively used for a variety of different products. But, if it is consumed, it can cause allergic reactions and countless of other negative effects. Tartrazine is as Azo Dye, which is a chemical compound where two hydrocarbon groups are joined by two nitrogen atoms. It is found in food coloring, which is often…

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  • Melting Points Of Melting Point Experiment

    In this experiment one, are determining the melting points of different crystalline substances following a specific procedure. By finding the melting point of a crystalline substance, it helps determine what kind of compound it is as well as initiate the purity. A DigiMelt apparatus can be used to determine the melting point where a small amount of the the substance is packed into a capillary tube and heated slowly in the apparatus which includes a thermometer, a heating coil and a magnifying…

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  • Importance Of Inhibition Efficiency Of Polymers

    properties pave the way for future research in inhibitor technology. Introduction The inherent protection of metals and their alloys used in industry are of the upmost importance when it comes to longevity and reliability of structures. Many chemical compounds have been developed over the years that can inhibit the corrosion rate of metal alloys but cost effectiveness, toxicity, processibility and other factors limit the applications1. The need for new, eco-friendly and cost effective corrosion…

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  • The Love Canal: A Case Study

    pesticide residues, waste solvents, fly ash and process sludge” (Philip, et al. p 313-314). About 6,900 tons of lindane (hexachlorocyclohexanes), 2000 tons of chlorobenzene, 200 tons of dioxin-contaminated trichlorophenol, 2400 tons of organic sulfur compounds (e.g., lauryl mercaptans), 2400 tons benzylchlorides and 2000 tons sodium sulfide/sulfhydrates” among others were been buried in the love canal over a ten year period. (Gensburg, et al. 2009, p 209; Kim, 1981…

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  • My Childhood Memories Of Peppermint

    Have you ever thought about how fascinating it is that one familiar smell can bring back so many memories? The smell that can bring me back to my past and fill my heart with joy from the memories. The biggest memory that peppermint brings back for me is my Grandma. My Grandma was an amazing woman, she always wore a certain perfume and still to this day I am not entirely sure what the perfume was but it had some type of peppermint fragrance to it. My Grandmother and I used to do everything…

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  • Red Riding Hood Sociology

    Introduction (succinctly) The mass media embodies a distinct symbolic system of expression for delivering messages to audience. Semiotic analyses on advertisement expose cultural norms and values associated with a particular society or group of people. The semiotic concepts of the icon, index and symbol must be carefully considered when analysing the media. “Semiotics highlights the way that we ourselves take part in the creation of meaning in messages, suggesting that we are not mere bystanders…

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  • Compound Bow Essay

    Compound Bow: Introduction Introduction Bows are tools or weapons used by archers and archery hunters to compete in competition and harvest wildlife for food and trophies. The compound bow in particular, is a mechanical tool/weapon that enhances the primitive technology originally created by man to enhance accuracy when hunting or shooting at a target. Compound bows can be used for hunting various types of game as well as used for competition shooting. People of most ages with practice and…

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  • Pylos Perfume

    Perfumes have been used for a variety of things throughout antiquity. The uses of perfume are interesting because they were not only used to scent the body but also for medicinal purposes. While there is ample evidence for the use of them in the different places around the Mediterranean Sea, I decided to focus my experiment on a site in Pylos, Greece. Pylos contains a well excavated Mycenaean palace. My hope with this experiment is to recreate the perfume of Mycenaean Pylos, while also showing…

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