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    Sulfur Erbium Vanadium Iodine Cerium When I was in the 5th grade, I met this girl. She was different, smart, 78 years old, and funny. Entering Mrs.Prasla's room terrified, I stared awkwardly at this woman, trying to conceal all signs of life. Finally after holding my breath for a record 46 seconds, I did what any bright and intelligent young boy should do with an elderly woman 7 times his age; I offered her a peppermint and became her sugar daddy. We became best friends and the field trip soon became weekly chess tournaments, gardening lessons, and Facebook tutorials. This was before I knew what community service was, I was just having fun. Hours don’t define service, but stories do. I quantify service by the number of new curse words I learn…

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    Flow Battery Cycle

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    range of 70-80%. Efficiency of this system 's performance is increased at higher operating temperatures in the range of 40-60 degrees celsius, making this RFB very suitable for warm climates. this type of power could be very helpful to underdeveloped areas near the equator due to its harsh hot/humid environment. Another battery of the Flow family is the Vanadium redox system. This system is unique due to only Vanadium being used in the reactions of oxidation and reduction. In a Vanadium…

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    When Henry Ford created the Ford Motor Company, his goal was to make the automobile a need rather than a luxury that was affordable for the average American family. The car that accomplished that goal was the Model T. When Ford’s Model T was released in October of 1903, the main key to it’s success was that a new type of alloy, which is a mixture of two metals, called Vanadium was used instead of regular steel because it was lighter and stronger. The revolutionary alloy had been used in some…

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    We would like to begin by stating our sincere gratitude towards you and your company for giving us the opportunity to help analyze your data from the Photoelectron Spectroscopy (PES) instrument. Our job was to complete five main tasks. We fixed your corrupted data of chlorine with a new one of our own. We expanded your portfolio so you have the PES of the elements Titanium and Vanadium, while also providing a full analysis of all of the elements that were tested. We discovered a pattern in which…

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    Mexico and China have some of the same natural resources, such as silver, iron, zinc, tungsten, molybdenum, gold and lead. However, Mexico has copper, salt, fluorspar, manganese, sulfur, phosphate, mercury, gypsum, timber, coffee, fruits and vegetables, while China also salt, fluorspar, lead, coal, tin, graphite, vanadium, antimony and phosphate. Mexico also has vast amount of petroleum which gives it a huge advantage over China. Geographically they both have mountains and desserts. Geographic…

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    ii. Non-Acidic Oxygen Compounds Figure 3.4 Isomers of non-acidic oxygen compounds (Retrieved from Chemistry of Petrochemical Processes, 2nd Edition, 2001). C .Asphlathenes It is organometallic compounds and inorganic salts (metallic compounds). Mostly sodium, calcium, magnesium, aluminium, iron, vanadium, nickel are present either as inorganic salts, such as sodium and magnesium chlorides, or in the form of organometallic compounds, such as those of nickel and vanadium (as in porphyrins).…

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    influential scientist in history. Boyle contributed to chemistry by experimenting with the relationship between the volume and pressure of gas. As a result of his experimentation he created Boyle's Law which states “when temperature is held constant, the volume of gas is inversely proportional to pressure. Boyle also started developing an understanding of atomic theory. Jöns Berzelius is also an important leader of chemistry. Jöns Berzelius had in interest in compounds and decided to study and…

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    Catalyst used for this particular process was copper/vanadium [Cu(0.1-05% & V (0.02-0.1%)]. Nitric acid was the oxidiser in this process. This process has been referred to as the “old” traditional process. This process will be compared with ‘greener’…

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    Navajo People Go To War

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    churches, schools, meeting places, and in the air. However this pollution only matters if a structure was lucky enough to remain standing after the mining. Many homes and other buildings of significance were sacrificed for the mining. “The big machines chopped and diced the home of their childhood into a ragged heap of lumber and cement” (Pasternak 251). Not only have the Navajo lost their homes, but their lives. Many of them lost their lives during the mining, and still even to this day.…

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    includes land – 9.3 million sq. km and water – 3 million sq. km. Its area is smaller than the U.S; its population is 1.4 billion that reported on July 2015. (CIA, n.d) According to the report from CIA on 2013, its transportations are: • Airports (44) • Heliports (37) • Pipelines • Railways • Waterways • Merchant marine (2,030) • Ports & Terminals Another report on 2014 regarding of China’s energy use are: • Electricity • Fossil fuels • Nuclear fuels • Hydroelectric plants • Other renewable…

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