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    Letters, programs and a Laser “Without change there is no innovation, creativity or incentive for improvement. Those who initiate change will have a better opportunity to manage the change that is inevitable” (William G Pollard). If we don 't have change in our society we have no creativity and don 't think of improving. When we finally think of change there is a certainty that we can change things. One must think of many things that change by the creation of the laser printer. What would we do without our paper in seconds? Or having to witness a very loud sound of two metal wheels turning against each other just to print a picture. Consider having to wait at least three days for the flyers made by your team or club. We should also consider…

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    For the printer, it will be Xerox WorkCentre 6505/DN Color Multifunction Printer- Automatic Duplexing. The WorkCentre 6505 color multifunction printer delivers a host of powerful productivity tools and designed to carry out daily office tasks. It has print speeds of up to 24 ppm and with the built-in networking capability, everyone in the office and has access to the office network. It can be used to copy, email, fax, print, and scan as well and the price is only $599 (xerox, 2017). The PC…

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    directly involved in graphic design that they might be responsible for proofing documents and presentations before publishing so having high quality displays would allow them to see every detail. It would also be recommended that the publishing company acquire two high quality printers. One printer should be a high quality laser printer to be used for printing all documents in black and white. According to Simpson, laser printers can print significantly faster than inkjet printers when…

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    4. Why PdO/TiON NP powders are chosen as photocatalyst? There are many reasons why PdO/TiON NP powders are chosen as a photocatalyst for MTBE mineralization under visible light. These reasons are listed and discussed as follows: 1- The synergistic effect. 2- The ease of synthesis. 3- The memory effect. 4.1 The synergistic effect Nowadays, modified TiO2 by metal and nitrogen is considered as one of the most promising TiO2 based materials for photocatalytic applications, which is able to…

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    conditions (Task 1), fabrication thermal analysis (Task 2), fabricated parts performance (Task 3), microstructure control methodology (Task 4), respectively. These tasks are designed to answer the questions and solve the problems in the results of preliminary experiments and observations from reported investigations. 5.1. Task 1. Investigating feasible formation conditions and effects of laser power and B content on ultrafine 3DQCN microstructure. 5.1.1. Research questions generation In the…

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    Have you ever thought about “alien abductions” where there’s the beam of light that draws the person up into the ship, or in Star Wars, the beam that can dock spaceships? That thing you’re thinking of is a tractor beam. Tractor beams are possible, but they are not yet advanced to the extent of Star Wars or alien abductions. The theory is that beam can reel a particle in towards the source. Currently, there are three types of tractor beams, sonic, light, and laser beams. So far, each kind of…

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    Pasha’s room had a jacuzzi, Angelina’s room and mine, our own bathroom, Jessica and Pasha had their own bathroom, too. There was a kitchen, a table to eat at, a living room, and there was a washer and dryer. The first game that we did was go-karts and it was so wild! I was so scared because I was going fast, I kept bumping to the sides, and I was last place in the end, but the breeze felt good and the go-karts were so fun and crazy!! Angelina could still use her go-kart pass, but she can’t go…

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    Astigmatism. Nearsightedness (myopia) is when you can see nearby objects clearly, but distant objects seem blurry. Long-sightedness (hyperopia) is when you can see distant objects clearly, but nearby objects seem blurry and Astigmatism causes overall blurry vision. In most cases, laser eye surgery is pain-free and is completed within 15 minutes for both eyes. It takes 24 hours to see improvement in vision without eye glasses or contact lenses.…

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    some useful information about the properties of the object or phenomenon under test. Interferometers are used to make very small measurements that cannot be achieved with any other method. An important application of interferometry is in the Laser Interferometer Gravitation wave Observatory(LIGO) which is used to detect gravitational waves predicted by Einstein.1.1 The LIGO interferometer is like the Michelson Interferometer as shown in…

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    This quote means that the infrared technology highlights the density differences and shows that there is something different in the ground. When this happens, the technolodgy can detect all sorts of things. This saved people lots of time and while they used this technology, they found more artifacts than they usually would. The old way to find a city in a large jungle or forest was to take something sharp and cut your way through all the branches and vines to hopefully find something. The…

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