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  • Solution To Reduce Global Warming

    Protecting our homes and our families is our responsibility. Perhaps, we humans are still not aware of the bigger responsibility that we have on our shoulders. Being able to afford a place for living and taking care of it is our ultimate responsibility. But without planet earth everything is useless. We have forgotten resources for future generations and the consequences of this have resulted in global warming. There are numerous solutions to global warming such as, investing in geothermal…

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  • Radioisotopes Research Paper

    least one stable isotope and one unstable isotope. In order to gain stable conformation the nucleus of the atoms loses a neutron due to which radiation energy is given off and the atom is said to be in radioactive state. They are also called as radionuclides because they have more nuclear energy. These atoms are occur naturally or can be prepared artificially. Radioisotopes are playing a significant role in our lives. These are extensively utilized in the field of medicine, industry and…

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  • The Chernobyl Disaster

    Disasters include a variety of elements, and the extent of time a disaster occurs can range from an hourly disturbance to days or even years of ongoing recovery. Disasters are most commonly classified as either a natural or technological hazard and can impact a relatively small community or even have worldwide effects. In April of 1986, Ukraine experienced one of the world’s largest technological disasters that has since proved to be an ongoing effort to reduce hazards associated with the…

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  • Disastrous Effects Of Chernobyl

    Anne McKenny Karen Peebles English, ENG-111 4258N November 29, 2014 The Disastrous Effects of Chernobyl Though there are many different sources of energy in the world, including petroleum and coal, one of the most dangerous is nuclear energy, which harnesses the power of the atom. Though nuclear power does not emit as many harmful chemicals as coal does, it has the potential to make large areas of land inhospitable for hundreds of years, depending on the time of element used in the core. There…

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  • Atomic Bomb: Composition, Explosion

    Topic: Atomic Bomb: Composition, Explosion By Chandra Goyal (IPM2013032) By Shilpika Ganeriwala (IPM2013085) Introduction Every nation requires the advancement of energy policy as an act which balances. A country’s decision regarding inclusion of nuclear energy in the country’s portfolio can be more complicated because nuclear needs an industry and regulatory infrastructure to ensure the safety, the ongoing access to the global nuclear trade with the help of treaties and cooperation…

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  • Dmitri Mendeleev: The Periodic Table Of Elements

    The periodic table of elements contains about 118 elements, and there are also many trends in the periodic table, such as ionization energy, electronegativity, and many other trends. When Dmitri Mendeleev created the periodic table, not all of the elements were present. It took many other scientists to discover the other elements. Mendeleev started to notice the patterns in the properties and atomic weights of halogens, alkali metals, and alkaline metals. He created a card for each of the 63…

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  • Gram Negative Bacteria Lab Report

    The objective of this lab was to isolate and identify an unknown Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria through the use of various microbiological techniques. The identification of the genus and species for the unknown culture should be obtained based on the characteristics for Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria. Bacteria are prokaryotic microorganisms that lack a nucleus and therefore all its genetic information is stored in the cytoplasm of the cell. The bacterial cell envelope…

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  • The Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster

    During disasters communication with the public is key in order for the government to remain trustworthy in the public’s eyes to keep them safe. Disasters such as earthquakes, hurricanes, tsunamis, and any other form of natural disasters the public is very trustworthy of the government to keep them safe. Due to the fact that information is readily available to the public before, during, and after the disaster has occurred. However, other disasters man-made ones cause the public to lose trust in…

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  • Nuclear Energy Impact

    Nuclear fuels derived from plutonium-239 and uranium-235 contains numerous carcinogenic radionuclide isotopes. Some of these isotopes include iodine-131, strontium-90, and caesium-137 (Imura, 19). Furthermore, it also comprises of some transuranic elements and other isotopes from plutonium. Some of these long-lived radioactive materials have a…

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  • What Are The Consequences Of Smoking Cigarettes?

    Brandon Ferrell Whitten English 102 5 October 2015 Smoking Cigarettes and Its Consequences Cigarettes have been in existence for thousands of years and depending on the state which a person resides in, it can have many negative consequences. Tobacco, in general, throughout the world is earliest available at the age of eighteen years old. Tobacco is closely related to cigarettes by being one of the main components along with nicotine. Cigarettes is an extremely profitable business and brings in…

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