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    Water exists in all three physical states only on planet earth, the only planet where life exists in the whole of universe. Water supports life on earth due its unique physical properties such as density, temperature variation, reflectivity, surface tension, specific heat, boiling and freezing points, as well as its chemical properties including its polar nature, dissolving ability and capacity to act both as an acid or base. The exceptional physical properties are all attributed to water’s specific chemical structure and bonding. Ice is less dense compared to liquid water and hence floats on top oceans, protecting aquatic life. Water temperature affects dissolved gases concentration, rate of photosynthesis and other metabolic activities, conductivity,…

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    being its own discrete metal with its own scientific properties was made until years later (“Zinc,” 2016). Therefore, despite its initial use in earlier centuries, zinc was first recognized as a distinct element by Andreas Marggraf, a German chemist,…

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    Corrected Text Slide 1: Properties of Iron Learning Objectives At the end of this class session, you will have learned about • Physical properties of Iron • Chemical properties of Iron Slide 2: Introduction After aluminium, iron is the most abundant metal. Iron occurs in the combined state as oxides, sulphides and carbonates. Slide 3: Explanation Physical properties of Iron Teacher: Good morning, students. Student: Good morning, ma’am. Teacher: Today we are going to learn about the physical…

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    Physical properties of PHB: PHB physical properties similar to polypropylene. However, PHB is perfectly isotactic and does not include any chain branching like, for instance, PE. During processing, it flows easily. It is insoluble in water and soluble in chloroform and other chlorinated hydrocarbons. It exhibits good barrier properties against oxygen and compared to other biopolymers. It possesses better physical properties than polypropylene for food packaging applications. (Chaijamrus &…

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    Sodium Bicarbonate Essay

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    Using your results, identify the unknown substance(s). (1 T/I) According to my results the unknown substance that had left Mr.Price in a very critical condition is Sodium bicarbonate commonly termed as baking soda. Who committed the crime? (1 T/I) None of the restaurant staff had pleaded to using Sodium bicarbonate, ergo none of the staff could have been guilty of leaving Mr.Price in a critical condition. Explain how you used the properties from your observation table to make conclusions…

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    Evaporation Lab

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    Purpose: We already knew that the chemical properties of each pure substance are not are not changed after separation in a mixture. The key to find a physical property that one part of the mixture does have but the parts of the mixture doesn’t. In magnetism a magnetically susceptible material is extracted from a mixture depending on a magnetic force. Filtration is separation of an insoluble solid and a liquid. Filtration depends on solubility, the filtrate is the one want to keep (liquid) and…

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    A physical property is a characteristic of a substance that, when changed, does not change the identity of the substance in question. The chemical makeup of the atom, molecule, particle, mixture, or compound does not change. Thus, the substance remains fairly unchanged. Color, state, smell, melting point, and boiling point are all examples of physical properties (teacherlingo.com 1). Density is a physical property. Propane is denser than air, so when released it sinks to the floor. Carbon, one…

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    John Locke vs Karl Marx: The Significance of Work to Human Life According to Locke, the claim of ownership to something can be divided into either common or private property. In terms of common property, God has given the world to all men and “... All the fruits it naturally produces and animals that it feeds, as produced by the spontaneous hand of nature, belong to mankind in common...” (Locke, 11). In other words, under the law of nature (which suggests that all men are both free and equal)…

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    Warshall V. Price Case

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    Issue: Under Florida law, can a cause of action for conversion be brought when an individual unlawfully takes property owned by the true owner, even if the property has no actual value? Rule: A cause of action may be brought when an act of dominion has been wrongfully asserted over another 's property inconsistent with his ownership, even if the specific property converted has no actual value. In the precedent case Warshall v. Price, Appellant, Dr. Steven Warshall, began a private practice in…

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    Reaction to Property Outlaws The article talks about a problem, which has been neglected by many scholars, that property outlaws have in fact contributed to the update of property law. The authors divide property outlaws into three categories: acquisitive outlaws, expressive outlaws and intersectional outlaws. By analyzing these three sorts of property outlaws in deterrent and retributive ways, the authors find that property outlaws are alternative way to express information and reach social…

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