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    OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS 1) Structure Figure 1.1 The omega-3 fatty acids are also known as ω-3 fatty acids or n-3 fatty acids which contain a long chain of polyunsaturated fatty acids and the chain ranges from 18 to 22 carbon atoms (Collins J.J., 2010). The fatty acids have two ends; the carboxylic acid end (-COOH) and the methyl end (-CH3). The carboxylic acid end is considered the starting of chain which is “alpha” and methyl chain is considered as the tail of the long chain…

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    Essay On Water Rocket

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    Introduction and Overview: For this extended essay, I will be working on building and optimizing different sized water rockets to find out the optimum amount of fuel (water) for each the different rocket sizes. I will be measuring the ranges at which each rocket will fly to find out the optimum fuel level. A brief summary of water rockets: A water rocket is made up of a selection of parts to provide its successful launch: the nose cone which will make the rather snub-nosed end of the large…

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    What´s Amorphous Peat?

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    Amorphous Peat Amorphous peat is a type of peat where its moisture content is constantly high which is more than 200% based on a case study by Kazemian et al., 2011. According to Huat, 2004, amorphous peat is also highly humified where any plant components in the peat itself is very indistinct or invisible with its colour of being more to of a darker side of a brown colour. This type of peat has high to medium composition of organic matter where, it’s fiber content is less than 33% (Huat,…

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    Salts and molecules have similar characteristics, and many differences whether we can tell by first looks or not. Testing these two only supports the differences, and many structural functions cause these differences. Since salts are ionically bonded, they have different properties and functions compared to the covalent bonded molecules. Salts have a ionic bond, and we can confirm due to their electronegativity. As you move from left to right on the periodic table you would notice that…

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    Essay On Carbon Cycle

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    the atmosphere. Living organisms use respiration to turn food into usable energy. Aerobic respiration requires oxygen to take place, and produces carbon dioxide, releasing it into the air and atmosphere. The energy taken from the food molecules following digestion is used to fuel the organism, additionally when mixed with oxygen, releases carbon dioxide when exhaling. Glucose + oxygen → carbon dioxide + water (+ ATP energy) Chemical reaction: Carbon can be released into the atmosphere through…

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    T is the adiabatic reaction temperature of the pyro-oxidation zone. (Barman, Ghosh, and De) also considered the formation of tar and methane reforming reaction in the pyro-Oxidation zone. The adiabatic reaction temperature is found out by considering heat balance in the zone. Enthalpy of reactants + Heat loss=Enthalpy of products = The heat loss from the oxidation zone was found to be around 10% by Chern(cite). TO is the temperature of biomass fed to the gasifier and Ta is the…

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    3.1. Chemical composition and monosaccharide analysis Polysaccharide molecules are linked together by water molecules through hydrogen bonds in an aqueous solution. Adding ethanol into aqueous solution of polysaccharide initially dehydrate polysaccharides, enhance intra-molecular hydrogen bonding, cause conformational change and aggregation of polysaccharide molecules, and eventually leads to the precipitation of macromolecular chains, and the following addition of alcohol solvent gradually…

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    Rain occurs when condensed moisture in the atmosphere falls to the ground in separate, visible drops and it provides us with another source of water and can be used to provide plants with water such as in rainforests or countryside. The hydrologic cycle allows for rain to form and pour down in different areas. Water from oceans, swamps, lakes, rivers are evaporated and turn into water vapor due to the water being heated by the sun or other means. This water vapor rises into the troposphere…

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    only do the high temperatures cause heat damage to the delicate lining of the dog 's nose and upper airway, the toxic chemicals in smoke cause tissue injury. The carbon monoxide in the smoke binds to the red blood cells in the dog 's body, preventing oxygen from being carried and causing tissue death. Additionally, the potentially harmful substances that are burned in the fire can irritate the airway and bind to the air sacs in the lungs, hindering breathing. Recognizing the signs of smoke…

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    What Is Laccases?

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    What is a laccase? Laccases (EC 1.10.3.2, benzenediol: oxygen oxidoreductase) are monomeric, dimeric or tetrameric glycoproteins that are typically extracellular and categorized as multi copper oxidases (Mate and Alcalde, 2016a).They catalyze the oxidation of compounds that are coupled with the four-electron reduction of "O" _"2" "to" "H" _"2" "O" . They are regarded as eco-friendly enzymes. Laccases have been first discovered in 1883, which makes it one of the oldest enzymes ever observed…

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