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    types of water, the history of water purification, and the supercooling process, one could find different types of articles and videos that explained everything very thoroughly. All of the authors and websites had given a much better idea of the topic of supercooling. To fully understand the supercooling one must understand different types of waters. The purpose for this paper is to understand the water types, the history of water purification, and the topic of supercooling. To accomplish this goal, one would first have to understand the different water types. There are five different types of water: purified, spring, mineral, sparkling, and artesian water. The texts used to find the definitions were “Bottledwater.org” and “Dictionary.com.” The first of the five types of water is purified water. Purified water is water that was mechanically filtered or processed to abolish impurities and make it suitable to…

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    RECENT TRENDS ON PURIFICATION OF SEA WATER INTRODUCTION SEAWATER: -Sea water or salt water is water from sea or ocean. Sea or ocean water accounts for the most percentage of water on the earth. Almost anything can be found in sea water. This includes dissolved salts from earth’s crust and material released by micro organisms. It is the most impure form of natural water. Rivers join sea and throw in the impurities carried by them. Moreover continuous evaporation of water from the surface of sea…

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    more children the opportunity to learn how to read and write. Some parents may not want their children to attend school because they need them to help around the house. To offset this, money could be given to each family for their child attending school. Although this would cost a lot of money with no immediate profit, these children will eventually get an education and, in turn, a good job to support them. Money is also needed to increase the life expectancy in Central America. This money would…

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    It is vital to reduce contaminates and decrease the risk of microbes in drinking water. This process is accomplished through water disinfection. This procedure can be done though several methods; however, chlorine and chloramine are the most frequently used forms of chemical disinfection (Serrano, Silva, & Gallego, 2011). When this process is utilized, there is an increased risk in the release of unwanted by-products can cause severe health risk. The use of chemical disinfection methods,…

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    NJ Water Case Study

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    The NJ Water Company is the supplier of clean water in the city of New jersey. The company supplies water to schools, businesses and homes for consumption and general usage. The company has a good reputation but there have been claims that the water supplied by NJ Water Company contains lead. The company seeks to maintain its brand image. They are committed to ensuring that the water they supply is safe and healthy to use and consume. The company aims to comply with both fed and state…

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    square miles with an estimated population of 110,000. Grenada has 26 water treatment facilities that chlorinated tap water for its residence. This island has attracted the tourism industry due to its exotic natural beauty and relies on tourism as its main source of foreign exchange particularly after the construction of the islands international airport in 1985. Hurricanes Ivan (2004) and Emily (2005) considerably damaged the agricultural portion - specifically the nutmeg and cocoa cultivation.…

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    For them, it was a purification ritual held on February 15, in which a goat was sacrificed and a scourge made of its hide. Thong-clad men ran through the city, whacking people with bits of goat hide. Those who were struck considered themselves fortunate indeed. This is one of the few Roman celebrations that is not associated with a particular temple or deity. Instead, it focuses on the founding of the city of Rome, by twins Romulus and Remus, who were suckled by a she-wolf -- in a cave known as…

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    Skin Cleanser Essay

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    With regards to cleansing soap and water is not advised for skin cleansing post-incontinence, soap adversely affects the skin by removing natural oils which results in dryness. Thus making the skin more vulnerable. The majority of soaps and cleansers are alkaline, with a pH around 9, and when used routinely to cleanse the skin of patients with incontinence these can affect the skin’s acid mantle (Kirsner and Froelich, 1998). The pH of the skin normally is 4.5 – 6.2, which creates the acid…

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    Silica Gel Research Paper

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    What is silica gel New shoes, Pill bottles, Beef jerky, New purse, new backpacks. Silica gel is the little packages inside of products that were listed . Silica gel is to keep moisture out of those objects. Silica gel keeps the moisture from the product so it can stay dry. Silica gel can be in numerous places they can be even bought online. What does silica gel do Little packs of silica are(desiccant) means is a drying agent something that drys objects and absorbs the the…

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    One of the most basic currency we use has a lot of interesting properties but we never pay attention to them. This paper will be talking about those special things.everyday people have problems with dirty pennies, people with O.C.D and germaphobic relations. So it would be very useful if people knew the best way to clean them. Pennies are made up of many things, some of which react with other things that make them have special properties. The properties that make pennies dirty are “...2.5%…

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