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    Porous Materials Essay

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    2 Literature Review 2.1 Porous Materials For the purposes of this report, porous materials is defined as a medium containing voids[2]. The skeletal material is called the matrix and the voids are filled with a fluid (usually air). The physical properties of the materials can be characterised by bulk, macroscopic and microscopic properties. Most of which have an impact on the acoustical performance of the material. Sound energy is lost in porous materials when it is transformed into heat. This is caused by a combination of effects. Firstly, there are losses through the viscous effects between the solid matrix and the fluid when pressure waves causes the fluid to move longitudinally [3]. Secondly, pressure waves causes the skeletal structure…

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    Speech #1 Edward R. Murrow, a CBS reporter and war correspondent delivered a report from Buchenwald, Germany on April 16, 1945. He delivered this dialect upon seeing the atrocities committed by the Germans towards the Jews. He addresses the American people, describing the scene he had witnessed at this labor camp, which he found the scene to be so unbelievable that he is rendered speechless many times through out his speech. Murrow’s outrage is so apparent through-out his account, that it is…

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    Summary: Polymer

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    full of pieces that didn’t make it into the final composition. Kathy sells her art at juried art festivals and a local boutique, as well as online on her website. She may be new to the medium, but her first festival garnered her a “Judge’s Choice” award. Kathy resides in urban Cleveland, Ohio, where she revels in the fact that she is close to art museums and botanical gardens. She is currently taking metal working classes and will soon start a photography class. She can be found at:…

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    Videogame’s bad reputation: Disdain for the medium I have seen too many news reports that propose that videogames are a vile, mortifying plague. Videogames are a rather new medium of art and entertainment, and like their predecessors, videogames are the new scapegoat. Certain lobbyists, like the famous Jack Thompson, have argued that videogames are corrupting the youth of America. This, I will argue, is a skewed perception on the medium as a whole, and it is the issue of this paper. I implore…

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    This helps encourage its growth while discouraging the growth of non-desirable microbes (Lees et al., 2015). Ingredients within this agar plate are variable depending on the organism that one would like to isolate for. Such ingredients may include salts, chemicals, different dyes, antibiotics or other factors that will suppress growth (Strelkauskas, 2010). Using specific ingredients that some microorganisms prefer will help support growth and may kill off all undesired organisms. For this lab,…

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    Introduction: Sampling the microbial content of the environment is a recommended practice for hospitals and clinics. Information obtained by environmental sampling has great value in the evaluation of problems relating to housekeeping procedures, disinfectants, air distribution and filtering, traffic control and the influence of specific equipment on environmental contamination. The purpose of this practical is to assess the effectiveness of some cross-infection control measures commonly…

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    This whole sequence is filmed as if the viewer was there seeing for themselves all that the camera is capturing. The camera is first tilted upwards and is shot from a medium shot distance to see the birds in the sky. The camera is also still as it takes this shot. Then the next shot is from a close up distance of the bones of the dead, almost as if the viewer is crouched down seeing the bones for themselves. The camera is also still during this shot, but it does cut from different angles. The…

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    Oxidase Test Lab Report

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    used for isolation. PEA plate number 1 was divided into three parts and was used to isolate all of the samples obtained from the skin by rolling the cotton swabs on the surface of the medium. PEA plate number…

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    for “perfect” body that it seemed like everyone around them had but they didn't have , so just like edward we look at magazines and newspapers at what is ideal and some of us might even cut out the pictures to set as goals just like Edward does and with this seen Burton pulls out that loneliness and wanting and feeling of inadequateness and it hits the audience like a train. Second, Burton's grotesque style is mixed in with non-diegetic and diegetic sounds, medium and long shots, and high key…

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    Probiotic Cream Case Study

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    Randheera, 2010). They are the first products containing special bacteria and in other words, they are fermented products of milk which date back several thousand years (Sarrela, 2000). According to the definition of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, probiotic foods are a group of food products containing one or a mixture of beneficial live bacterial cultures which their consumption leads to a balance in the gut flora and finally the health of humans (FAO/WHO, 2001).…

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