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    the effect of light intensity on plant growth through counting the amount of oxygen produced. Hypothesis: If the light intensity increases, than so does the rate of photosynthesis (which a major factor for plant growth). If the rate of photosynthesis increases, than the rate of Oxygen produced as a product also increases, if the rate of photosynthesis decreases than the exact opposite will happen to the amount of oxygen. Scientific explanation: As the light intensity increases so will…

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    Carbon dioxide play important role and is one of the most efficient greenhouse gas in our atmosphere. Carbon footprint is really important and it help us to balance with The Nature Conservancy. This footprint can support the fund forest conservation, develop the forest organization or the reforestation assignments that give significant help to the atmosphere. In this assignment, it will support to decrease or slow the worst consequences of climate change, defend and restore wildlife habitat and…

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    Cellular Respiration takes place on the level of the cell, inside the mitochondria. This is the process of breaking down food in the presence of oxygen to form ATP. ATP stands for Adenosine Triphosphate which is an energy bearing molecule found in all living cells1. Things such as bacteria can perform this with their outer membranes. When a person runs, they use cellular respiration to create energy in the form of ATP which allows their muscles to move. Many other energy-consuming reactions of…

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    At the water molecule occurs the covalent bond. Hydrogen has an inferior electronegativity compared with oxygen.4 Oxygen attracted the negatively charged electrons, and it makes the oxygen has a negative charge. 4 The opposite applies to hydrogen, and makes it has a positive…

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    Prior to the Great Oxygenation Event (GOE) there was little oxygen in the atmosphere. Oxygenation of the atmosphere occurred in two steps, at the beginning and end of the Proterozoic eon (Frei, et al., 2013). In the GOE the surface oceans began to become oxygenated (Holland, 2006). The Second stage of oxygenation is known as the Neoproterozoic Oxygenation Event (NOE) and occurred after the 650-635Ma in the Marinoan glaciation (Sahoo, et al., 2012) (Feulner & Kienert, 2014). The NOE is thought to…

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    At the point when the subject of an Earth-wide temperature boost arises during natural discourse many individuals either moan and dodge discussion, or wear their dueling gloves and get ready for a warmed verbal confrontation. A few people feel regretful and concerned; some basically couldn 't care less. Distinctive perspectives yield diverse positions on the subject. Originating from the logical and ecological perspectives, myrmecologist Edward O. Wilson examines the seriousness of a worldwide…

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    Introduction: Solubility is the “ability for a given substance, the solute, to dissolve in a solvent” . The effect of temperature on solubility is that when heat (energy) is added, it increases the speed on which molecules and particles move, therefore making it a quicker process. Where as with cooler temperatures there aren’t as many particles because the solvent doesn’t contain as much energy as warmer temperatures, therefore not dissolving as well as it could if it was warmer. To make jelly…

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    Carbonyl compounds are the compounds the contain C=O group which is called carbonyl group (double bond oxygen to a carbon). There are many types of carbonyl compounds such as aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, esters, amides etc. Aldehydes and ketones are the oxidation products of alcohols. Depending on the alcohol’s structure, the product obtained will be different. Primary alcohols have one carbon and two hydrogen atoms attached will produce aldehyde and then to carboxylic acid in two…

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    Rare Earth Research Paper

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    atomic number of sixty four. Its atomic weight is 157.25 AMU. It is grouped with the Lanthanides, it has a melting point of 1313 degrees Celsius and it has a boiling point of 3273 degrees Celsius. Gadolinium is a soft silvery metal that reacts with oxygen and water. In nature the element occurs as a mixture of six stable isotopes gadolinium 158, 160, 156, and 157,155,154,152. The Gadolinium-157 isotope has the highest thermal neutron capture cross-section of any known stable element. Gadolinium…

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    Near bottom waters would have higher TAN concentration because of decaying organic matter on the bottom. These waters would also generally tend to have lower oxygen concentrations and higher salinities. When natural upwelling events happen, these colder, high TAN and low oxygen waters would be brought up to the surface. Majority of this TAN would also be in the form of toxic unionized ammonia NH3 as pH of the water would be higher in saltwater environment. So, care…

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