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    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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    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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    Mark Wahlberg’s career is a famous actor and he made a musical group. His high school career was not very good he was a drop out he started selling drugs stealing all that bad stuff. At the age of 42 he got his high school diploma. When he changed his life around a lot of good things started happening to him. His college career wasn’t very good either because when he was young he made a lot of mistakes. He could go to college because he got his diploma at the age of 42. I don t think he…

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    Isobutylene Research Paper

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    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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    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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    (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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    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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    California drought affected the farmer, because we thought that farmers used water to irrigate their farm, so California drought would affect them severely. We went to farmers market at Oakland. We met with many farmers there and asked several questions. We wanted to know how severe is California drought for farmers, what have they done regarding California drought and what are they going to do if the California drought got severe. When we arrived at farmers market, we found it really difficult…

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    research about water on Mars, as they are looking to find the presence of life on a new planet. Many discoveries have been made allowing them to strongly believe that Mars contains water and might still contain it. They still need to do a lot of research to confirm their interpretations and research as some of their arguments can be explained by other reasons then water. Introduction: A recent research by Nasa has comes to prove the presence of water on Mars. Mars is one…

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    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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