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    Coastal Refugees Essay

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    2. TERRITORIAL WATERS Article 2(1) of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS)48 provides that, “[t]he sovereignty of a coastal State ex-tends, beyond its land territorial and internal waters and, in the case of an archipelagic State, its archipelagic waters, to an adjacent belt of sea, described as the territorial sea”. This maritime zone extends up to 12 nautical miles (Article 3, UNCLOS). The only major exception to this sovereign power of the state is the right of innocent passage, enshrined in Article 17 of the UNCLOS. Coastal States are entitled to regulate migration activities within their territorial sea and this clearly extends to measures intended to prevent the infringement of immigration laws. The coastal state…

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    Tmpa Case Study

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    started sinking about 140 kilometers off the coast of Christmas Island. Some of the people aboard the ship required urgent medical attention so the Tampa decided to proceed to the nearest port, which was Christmas Island and is a part of Australian territory. Tampa paused at the border of Australia’s territorial sea and requested permission to enter and unload the refugees but the Australian government denied them permission. Keeping in mind the health conditions of the passengers aboard the…

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    Guitar Tuninging

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    been studying the effect that the climate has on objects such as wood and metal. It is common knowledge that some objects can sometimes expand or contract, depending the temperature and humidity of the environment that they are located in. People see it every day. It is the same reason that power lines seem to sag less in the winter, and why a tight jar lid is much easier to remove when hot water is ran over it. This very same effect can be seen in guitars, particularly with their tuning. A…

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    By measuring out two grams of our unknown, and heating it up until the difference of the mass of the test tube and the anhydrous residue subtracted to 0.002g, we were able to calculate the percent water in the two possible unknowns, and then our unknown, to figure out which unknown we were given. Since our percent water was 44.9%, we concluded that our unknown is Zinc Sulfate. A possible error as to why our calculated percent water was not exact to the theoretical percent water was most likely…

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    understand the theory behind bomb calorimetry and use it to determine the enthalpy of combustion of naphthalene. First, the bomb calorimeter was standardized using benzoic acid and the average heat capacity of the bomb calorimeter was calculated to be 10.60.3205 kJ/K. From that, the average m, and f were found to be -526615.66kJ/mol, with a percent difference of 3.31%, -52600.0015kJ/mol with a percent difference of 1.99%, and -185.50.0013kJ/mol with a percent difference of 129.9%, respectively.…

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    Pump Essay

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    The water powered arm comprises of two chambers, one fitted into the other in a telescopic way. The width of the internal chamber is 14cm and its length is roughly 30cm. At the point when completely expanded the aggregate length of the two barrels is around 95.5cm. The prolongation and constriction of the internal barrel inside the external chamber gives the dish its development from east to west. The external surface of the inward barrel and the internal surface of the external chamber are…

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    Betta Fish Heating System

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    difficult to maintain the water temperature in a tank, it's absolutely necessary that you have one. There are two reasons for this. First of all, if your Betta gets too stressed out over a period of time, his immune system will become compromised, and he'll begin to lose his ability to fight off infection and disease. The second reason is that your Betta is used to living in water that is between 75 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit - and he will become listless and unresponsive if the water is too far…

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    Cyclograosus Essay

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    prior to extraction of haemolymph. The experiment was completed in groups of 4 people. The container, which held the capillary tubes, was filled to about 70% with the alcohol solution provided. Vaseline was placed along the two long sides of the capillary holder to anchor the capillary tubes. The 14 capillary tubes were then filled with the samples of seawater or blood. Only a small amount of the sample fluid was loaded into the capillary tube, about 3mm length-wise, the minimum amount to fill…

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    For many countries people believe that getting water is as easy as going to a faucet, turning it on and grabbing a glass of clear water. For Iraq it is a different story and I am here to give a brief essay on how water is in Iraq. I will also cover where the water comes from and the struggle of having water in Iraq. There are two major rivers that flow through Iraq, the Tigris River and The Euphrates River. These rivers start in Turkey, flow through Syria before reaching Iraq. Both of…

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    Vitamin Water Experiment

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    in vitamin water had to be determined. To do this, three methods were applied. The first was by a calibration plot method, where zinc standards were prepared and from the absorbance of those standards a calibration curve was plotted, which in turn was used to determine the amount of zinc in vitamin water. The second method was standard addition. For this method, an un-spiked and spiked solution were prepared. The un-spiked solution only contained the vitamin water, while the spiked contained the…

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