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  • Dentin Adhesion Essay

    followed by rinsing with water for 20s. All the teeth were dried and dentin bonding agent was applied onto the cavity with a applicator tip. The bonding agent was applied gently into the cavity for 10 s. the bonding agent was left for a period of 10 s and the excess was removed using a air stream, followed by light curing for 20 s. The restorative procedure was performed by inserting composite in three horizontal increments. Each increment was individually light cured for 20 s from all the surfaces to ensure complete polymerization. Before placing the final increment a transparent matrix band was used to contour the restoration. The restoration surfaces were polished using a sand paper disc. The root apices were sealed using composite and the entire teeth except the bonded interface and 1mm on the teeth surfaces next to the interface were coated with two layers of nail…

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  • Why I Want To Pursue My Bachelor's Degree

    I continue to find ways to cope with this new adventure I have set out to accomplish; however, I need to constantly focus on the main goal and take one day at a time, devoting the time and energy into what is required and expected. Over time, even though it seems difficult now, I will develop even more skills which will only enhance this whole experience. In the end, through all the preparations, blood, sweat, and tears, everything will be totally worth wearing that cap and gown and watching…

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  • Counter Euclid's Elements

    Euclid states, “a surface is that which has length and breadth only”(22). The term surface is one that is controversial in science today. Due to theories such as string theory, the idea of infinite dimensions is a possibility in modern science. Euclid does not define surface with the possibility of numerous dimensions therefore his specific belief of a surface can be questioned. Because a reader in the modern era is able to use current science to possibly question Euclid, again the reader can…

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  • Beach Berm Analysis

    In sand containing much fine material the deposit remains waterlogged throughout the tidal cycle, but in coarse sands the water table may drop considerably as the tide recedes. Even where there is air in the sand its humidity is high, and burrowing creatures are not in appreciable danger of desiccation (J.M. Baker and W.J. Wolff, 2009). The deeper-dwelling forms are also well insulated from surface fluctuations of temperature and salinity, which seldom produce much effect below a depth of a few…

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  • Film: A Synthesis Essay

    solution, usually aqueous, containing soluble salts of the constituent atoms of the desired compound onto a heated substrate. Every sprayed droplet reaching the hot substrate surface undergoes pyrolytic (endothermic) decomposition and forms a single crystallite, or a cluster of crystallite of the product. The other volatile by-products and the excess solvent escape in the vapour phase. The substrate provides the thermal energy for the thermal decomposition and subsequent recombination of the…

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  • Solutions To Soil Erosion

    the erosion occurs for a relatively brief period. Once the land surface is seeded to grass or covered with other vegetation, the erosion declines. Soil conservationists can help humans with all of the problems. They just choose not to. Nutrient losses are eroded soil that carries away vital plant nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, and calcium. Typically, the eroded soil contains about three times more nutrients per unit weight than are left in the remaining soil. To offset the…

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  • Azo Dye Research Paper

    is formed as a result of oxidation of the metallic iron (Fig 2). Iron typically exists in the environment as iron (II)-and iron (III)-oxides, and as such, INPs is a manufactured material. Thus, far, applications of INPs have focused primarily on the electron-donating properties of INPs. Under ambient conditions, INPs is fairly reactive in water and can serve as an excellent electron donor, which makes it a versatile remediation material (Stumm, and Morgan, 1996). Fig. 2.The Core-Shell Model of…

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  • The Importance Of Civilization In My Life

    the oil with less damage to Earth. I then started researching about it so I can maybe understand more about it and spread information. Understanding the process "Fracking" is short for "hydraulic fracturing" — a process by which water, sand, and chemicals are injected underground at very high pressures to crack open rock layers and release the oil or gas trapped inside. Once the fractures are large enough, natural pressure forces the liquid back to the surface while leaving behind the prop…

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  • The Dust Bowl

    marshes with special, non water absorbing cloth-like pads to attract oil in order to keep the tides from traveling the oil farther parts of marshes. Other individuals were in charge of blocking the oil with barriers or snare booms to catch, absorb, and block the oil from the tides. BP also tried to burn a small amount of heavy surface oil by using two boats to cut off a part of the oil by surrounding it with a fireproof boom. In addition to this, hundreds of volunteers and BP employed…

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  • Agricultural Revolution Impact On Human Society

    Adapting water management processes could have a huge impact on the consumption of water annually, and result in increased efficiency. “An integrated research approach is required to assess the green house gas and energy balances of different biofuel production chains” (Walls, 2006). For this to succeed, this approach must be supported by quality research and innovative policies, and procedures. (Walls, 2006). “Today’s conventional or industrial agriculture is considered unsustainable because it…

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