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  • Nuclear Reactor Essay

    fundamental concept of nuclear technology, through aggressive research and development in the form of liquid fluoride thorium reactors, the nuclear energy produced from this form will provide the…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor

    Reid Farmer Mr P. Fluoride Thorium Reactor 27 April 2016 Fluoride Thorium Reactors The liquid fluoride thorium reactor is a supply of nuclear fuel in the form of a molten salt mixture. A Molten Salt Reactors, such as Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor produces energy using a liquid nuclear fuel, not a solid fuel. MSRs also use a coolant that remains liquid at atmospheric pressure. LFTRs are designed to convert Thorium, an inexpensive and abundant material, into Uranium-233 which can then undergo…

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  • Isobutylene Research Paper

    The MTBE operation consists of various units; the focal units are De Iso Butanizer (DIB), Butamer, Oleflex and Ethermax. Methanol produced from QAFAC, mixed butane from QP NGL facilities and water with power from KAHRAMAA and small amounts of chemicals to be used such as: 10% Caustic, DMDS, PERC and Chlorine are the required raw materials needed to generate MTBE. Producing MTBE starts with passing the Butane mixture that is in the storage sphere at QAFAC through the DIB unit where the…

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  • Ammonia Research Paper

    and contain the ammonium ion, NH4+. NH3 also ionizes to a small extent with metal oxides and the halogens. Like water, ammonia undergoes molecular autoionisation to form its acid and base components, decomposing to NH4+ and NH2- (“CHEM-GUIDE”). Ammonia is combustible in air, producing nitrogen gas and water. The combustion of ammonia is exothermic and usually needs some sort of catalyst to occur. While ammonia is highly stable, it can be decomposed into nitrogen gas and hydrogen gas by passing…

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  • Role Of Purification In SA Precious Metals (SA Pty) Ltd.

    (source) Solubility rules state that nitrate salts are soluble in water, and silver nitrate is no exception. When the soluble silver (I) nitrate salt solution is combined with the soluble sodium chloride salt solution, a white precipitate of silver (I) chloride is produced. (Source) Silver can also be dissolved using thiosulfate solution. However, studies have shown that the resultant AgNO3 electrolyte is considered to be ideal for further silver recovery via electrolysis or precipitation…

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  • Aspen Plus Essay

    The logic behind this is that in the presence of a catalyst and at the high operating temperatures, the catalytic partial oxidation and thermal decomposition of glycerol are expected to achieve equilibrium much faster than the reactions involving steam. Thus, the steam reforming of methane and water-gas shift reactions were rather considered to be kinetically limited where a plug flow model operating adiabatically was used to represent the process. The kinetic information previously used to…

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  • Essay On Importance Of Water

    Water is one of the most important and essential fluid to our human body. We use and drink water almost 24 hours a day and 365 days a year, however, many of us probably have never thought of and find out what are the chemical and scientific reasons behind the importance of water. Approximately 50-65% of the average adult human body is water, however, this varies based on a number of factors such as age, health, weight and sex. In males, it is normally about 60% of the body weight. In…

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  • Determinations Of Calibration And Determination Of Crude Protein

    The column temperature was maintained at 36°C and 212 the detection source was ESI+ (electrospray ionisation). The solvents Eluent A2 (100 mL eluent A 213 concentrate [6-aminoquinolyl-N-hydroxysuccinimidyl carbamate + acetonitrile] and 900 mL 214 distilled water) and Eluent B (acetonitrile) were used. The MS analysis was done using a Waters 215 ACQUITY Tandem Triple Quadrupole Spectrometer (Waters Corporation, Massachusetts, USA) 216 with capillary voltage set at 3.5 kV and 15 V for cone…

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  • Fat Trimyristin Experiment

    the open oxygen on the trimyristin that formed a compound called sodium myristate. This reaction occurs slowly at room temperature so to increase the reaction rate it was heated under reflux. During reflux the solvent is heated to a boil and to ensure the vapors were not lost they were cooled in a condenser, which had cold water running through it. These cooled vapors condensed and returned to the boiling…

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  • Notes On Dissocted Oxygen Measurement

    Section 10: QA/QC 12 Answers to Quizzes 13-14 Appendix A: References Appendix B: Dissolved Oxygen Reagents Appendix C: Sample Bench Sheets Chapter 4 DISSOLVED OXYGEN MEASUREMENT Section 1 : DISSOLVED OXYGEN (DO) INTRODUCTION The DO determination measures the amount of dissolved (or free) oxygen present in water or wastewater. Aerobic bacteria and aquatic life such as fish must have DO to survive. Aerobic wastewater treatment processes use aerobic and facultative bacteria to…

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