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  • Saint Cloud: An Intertextual Analysis

    In order to find objects and environments that I could relate to art history that I have learned in this class I decided to take a walk around my neighborhood and its nearby surroundings. I live in Kissimmee and extremely close to Saint Cloud so I decided to start off by looking around the Lakefront Park area. At first I did not think that I would be able to find many things that I would be able to relate to art, but I think that is because I had never actually tried to pay attention to small details. The area of Saint Cloud that I began looking at has a lot of very old homes that I found to be very interesting and that I knew I would be able to make a connection with something in the textbook. After looking at the architecture of a few homes I began finding more objects that I found I could relate to something that I have learned in…

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  • Emma Klitzke Kinetic Art Analysis

    Whenever people think about art they imagine famous paintings and drawings done in the past by famous artists around the world. However, there is an art style that is relatively new and eye appealing for me. It is called kinetic art. The article that I chose for this essay is called “Kinetic art to be displayed in science building” by Emma Klitzke. It is published by the University Wire of Carlsbad. Furthermore, the article was written on March 16, 2017. I used the ProQuest database in order to…

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  • Sphere Luttetia Soto Analysis

    The work of art I chose -- “Sphere Lutétia” is created by Jesús Rafael Soto. He was a Venezuelan op and kinetic artist who born in 1923 and passed away in 2005, at the age of 81. Most of his artworks have shown the connection to space. This particular artistic form developed by Soto is broadly known as the “Penetrable”. The “Sphere Lutétia” that created in 1996 is regarded as a representative one. It has been exhibited in "Les Champs de la sculpture” in Paris and Miami Art Basel in 1996. And it…

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  • Sir Isaac Newton's Three Laws Of Motion In A Car Crash

    and velocity does too. Momentum, measured in mass x velocity, describes a large amount force that is created when an object has a large mass and/or high speed. For example, a car with greater momentum would be harder to stop than a small car. This is as, the momentum would be greater in the larger car. A collision describes the process in which two or more objects exert large forces on each other. Stopping time refers to the thinking and braking distance. Impulse describes the change in…

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  • Electrolyte And Redox Reaction Lab

    INVESTIGATE AN ASPECT OF REDOX SYSTEM/REACTION Research Question: Does a higher voltage lead to more mass on graphite? INTRODUCTION Hypothesis: Higher voltage leads to more mass amassed on graphite electrode. Electrolysis- the process in which electric current passes through a solution to effect a chemical change. In this case there is copper, copper sulphate and graphite. In a electrolysis there is an electrolyte which is the copper sulphate, the anode which is the graphite. This is the…

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  • Wingate Test Analysis

    1. What energy system(s) does the Wingate Test rely? Explain. The energy systems that the Wingate test relies on, is glycolysis and ATP-PCr. Anaerobic power is used for high intensity, short duration exercises, and activities. The Wingate test is anaerobic, which will utilize fuel through glycolysis and the ATP-PCr system. The Wingate test is very short in duration, and high in intensity, which means oxygen is not present in this process. The ATP-PCr system breaks down ATP into ADP for energy.…

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  • Catalytic Oxidation Of Benzene Case Study

    relative large number of intermediate products. For this paper scope the complex reaction kinetics was used for a better understanding of the industrial reactor behaviour. Fig. 1. Chemical reactions involved in the oxidation of benzene (adapted from Lupușor et al., 1981) In order to achieve such an analysis, a simplified mathematical model of the reactor was used considering a pseudo-homogeneous, one-dimensional, plug-flow reactor. Model equations are presented in the Table 1 in terms of the…

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  • Impacts Of Hydropower

    Hydropower is power that is generated from a dam by making water fall from a certain height behind the dam to a power plant that is lower in height. As a result, the water behind the dam has gravitational potential energy, which is converted to kinetic energy as it falls to the power plant. The power plant uses its turbines to convert the kinetic energy to electrical energy. In this assignment, we are figuring out “to what extent can hydropower meet the electrical energy needs in the United…

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  • Methyl Red Lab Report

    removal efficiency increases with increase of zero-valent nanoparticle dosase. At 0.3 nZVI , URC is maximum. Fig 4.5.Removal efficiency (RE) and Unit Removal Capacity (URC) at different Iron nanoparticle dosages 4.6. Adsorption Kinetics: 4.6.1. Pseudo first order Reaction The first order rate equation of Lagergren is one of the most widely used for the sorption of a solute from liquid solution and is represented as: ln⁡(q_e-q_t )=ln⁡(q_e )- k_1 t whereq_e is the mass of metal adsorbed at…

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  • Synthesis, Electronic Structures, And Spectroscopic Properties

    Taking into account all relevant Coulomb terms, we can write the following expression for the energy of the 1S single-exciton state that comprises the 1S electron and the 1S hole heehehhegXVVUWEEEE++++++=12, (13) where Eg12 is the indirect energy gap of the hetero-NCs. The latter expression was used to calculate emission energies as a function of R and H. First three terms represent the band gap and kinetic energies of electron and hole, respectively, and the last four terms are components of…

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