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    Chemical Runaways

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    Many chemicals such as petroleum are vital to everyday life. We use petroleum products in manufacturing, to heat our homes, get us places, and run engines. The volitability of these chemicals can be catastrophic if not handled properly. This is the case with the T2 Labaratories in Jacksonville, Florida that killed four and wounded thirty-two others. In December 2007, four lives were lost and many other where changed when an explosion occurred at the Jacksonville Florida plant at T2 Laboratories, Inc. T2 was producing methylcyclopentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl, which is a gasoline additive. The explosion caused T2 Laboratories to become destroyed and also caused damage to other businesses in the area causing windows to burst and throw…

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    we can see that the correct enzyme has been successfully purified. Considering the SDS-PAGE results we can confidently say that the purification steps were effective at removing a large proportion of E.Coli proteins. However, not all E.Coli proteins have been removed as shown by the SDS-PAGE gel photo and further purification steps would be needed to have a pure Arginase protein. The increase in specific activity was also shown in the SDS-PAGE gel as the band in sample C was much thicker than in…

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    High Manganese Steel Essay

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    steels, [1–10], High Strength Low Alloy steels (HSLA), Transformation Induced Plasticity (TRIP) steels, Twinning Induced Plasticity (TWIP) steels, and medium manganese steels, (Bouaziz et al., 2013). The majority of the research are focused on the development of third generation of steels due to interest in the mechanical properties of high manganese steels. Only recently the TWIP steels have received considerable attention, owing to the increasing demand for high-performance auto materials from…

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    Essay On Deep Sea Mining

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    Deep sea mining is a fairly new issue within the scientific community only being utilized in mineral collecting for the past two decades (Theil). Although this action is fairly new, it still can have devastating effects on ecosystems, especially the seafloor. “Because of the high demand for minerals and metals for making technological items, this new way of mining has gathered a lot of attention in the last five years. Three forms of deep-sea mineral resources have been considered thus far for…

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    Potato Reaction Lab Report

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    pieces of potato, and 3 mashed pieces of potato. Next, put on safety goggles and take about 1 ⅛ teaspoon of manganese dioxide and put it in a test tube. Add 2 ml of hydrogen peroxide to the test tube and record the reaction rate as instructed before. Repeat the manganese steps, but with 2 scoop of manganese dioxide, and 3 scoops of manganese dioxide. Record all data and analyze in charts and graphs.…

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    Biology Quiz

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    1. What is the species name of the model/study organism? If the study is looking at human disease choose the disease causing organism. If the study is on some aspect of human physiology or anatomy, the model organism is a human. The study followed one White family and one Italian family to see how the mutation of a Manganese Transporter, SLC30A10, causes a variety of diseases such as Parkinson’s and Chronic Liver Disease. The model organism of the study is the Homo sapien. 2. Intellectual merit…

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    You have recently reached out to our firm Nittany Chemical Analysis to assist you in assigning the correct empirical formula for Manganese ( ) Chloride. On the 14th of September 2015, we carried out an experiment and we were able to accurately determine that manganese had an oxidation number of III. From this finding we are confident that the empirical formula for the compound in question is Manganese (III) Chloride. Throughout the entire course of this letter, we will further explain our…

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    of hydrogenation of ethenol (vinyl alcohol)? Aim The aim of this experiment is to find the effect of the manganese oxide catalyst, a similar compound to Notongooglenium Oxide, on the rate of hydrogenation of ethenol (vinyl alcohol). Introduction Notongooglenium Notongooglenium is a newly discovered element with an atomic number of 24.5. Due to its placement on the periodic table between Chromium (24) and Manganese (25), it is believed to have a similar atomic and electronic structure to these…

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    Petrography Host Rocks

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    Petrography of host rocks The Venarch manganese deposit is accommodated by volcanic and plutonic rocks. The volcanic strata mainly consist of basalt, trachybasalt, andesite, and basaltic andesite which are intruded by monzonite, monzodiorite, granodiorite, and syenite. The plutonic rocks are mostly granular in texture; however other textures such as graphic and poikilitic textures are present. The dominant minerals are plagioclase phenocrysts, quartz, K-feldspar, and hornblende and accessory…

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    mesa on the Arizona-Utah border, and has a population of around seventy five hundred people. Based off the air quality report conducted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the two most present toxic chemicals present outside of the school are sulfuric acid and manganese. Sulfuric acid is found most commonly in fertilizer and explosive production, in the purification of petroleum, metal, and lead-acid batteries (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 2009). Sulfuric acid can be a…

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