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    When the weather is cold and wet, you need to be sure the tires on your Mercedes are in top condition. When you take your vehicle in for a seasonal maintenance inspection, a technician will likely examine a variety of checkpoints related to your tires. When your vehicle is inspected by a local, knowledgeable mechanic at Collins Automotive in Abbotsford, you can ensure that your Mercedes is given the attention it needs to function optimally. The Importance of Tire Pressure Many people are…

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    Pipette Lab

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    Discussion: Water was transferred from burettes and pipettes to a beaker, in order to see how accurate and precise these instruments would be. The displacement of the burette would be the measured volume of the water. Similarly, the water from the 5.00mL or 10.00mL pipette was transferred to a beaker. The beaker w/ water mass and the initial mass of the beaker was subtracted to obtain the grams of water in the beaker. Using the temperature of the water, the density could be found, allowing…

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    Electrolytes affect the amount of water in your body, the acidity of your blood (pH), your muscle function, and other important processes. Electrolytes such as sodium, potassium, and others that are critical in allowing cells to generate energy, maintain the stability of their walls, and to function in general. They generate electricity, contract muscles, move water and fluids within the body, and participate in other activities.The concentration of electrolytes in the body is controlled by…

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    Probably the most difficult deposit to deal with is deep, wet snow when ambient temperatures are slightly above the freezing point. This type of deposit should be removed with a soft brush or squeegee. Use care to avoid damage to antennas, vents, stall warning devices, vortex generators, etc., that may be concealed by the snow. Light, dry snow in subzero temperatures should be blown off whenever possible; the use of hot air is not recommended, since this would melt the snow, which would then…

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    You can lay concrete during the winter; however, you need to be careful. Here are a few precautions that you need to take while laying concrete during cold weather. #1 Never Lay Concrete On Frozen Ground The key to laying concrete during the winter time is to never lay it when the ground is frozen or on top of snow or ice. When you lay concrete on frozen ground, the coldness will transfer to the concrete and will slow down the drying process. Additionally, when the ground thaws, it will…

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    Fold Test Lab Report

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    There are two methods you can use to find out how porous your hair is: A. The Float Test: Take a couple of strands of hair from your comb or brush and drop them into a bowl of water. Let them sit for 2-4 minutes. If your hair floats, you have low porosity. If it sinks, you have high porosity. B. The Slip'n'Slide Test: Take a strand of hair and slide your fingers up the shaft (toward the scalp). If you feel little bumps along the way, this means that your cuticle is lifted and that you have high…

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    Research Question: What is the effect of the properties of a mixture on the methods of separation and the mass of each substance that is obtained after separation? Background Research: What is a mixture: The reason for the chosen methods: Water is able to dissolve salt because the water molecules (H2O) attracts the sodium(Na) and chloride(Cl-) ions. Hypothesis: If we use a magnet to separate the iron from the mixture we will only extract the iron from the mixture because nothing else in…

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    The first portion of this experiment required the synthesis of salicylic acid from wintergreen oil. To begin, a heating block was set on a hotplate and set to 250℃. A reflux apparatus was set up and securely clamped to a support stand, to be used later in order to conduct the heated reflux for reaction. A boiling flask was obtained and into it went 0.01mol (1.521 g) of methyl salicylate and 15 mL of 6M sodium hydroxide including 3 or 4 boiling chips. The reaction was refluxed and heated from 30…

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    Frigidaire FFA 7033 1 Review An excellent dehumidifier will protect your home from any mold, fungus or mildew growing and wrecking havoc. This dehumidifier delivers in any wet environment, and prevents pollutants from getting in the air. You’ll be able to breathe easier, and not have to worry about contaminants. The reservoir for the dehumidifier holds up to 70 pints of moisture a day, allowing you to spend less time dumping the moisture out. If you place it by a drain, you can start it up,…

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    Wastewater is Ms. Brown's main topic of discussion in this article. The effects on drinking water, landfills and wastewater treatment facilities are outstanding and a poor representation of what is being done to regulate fracking practices across the country. This pushes it's readers to think twice about the water they are drinking and what is really being done for the peace of mind of the rural citizen. With case-by-case interviews of people in the field of wastewater treatment and maintenance…

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