Fact Paper
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Name The semester The Fact Paper Baking Soda: More than a Baking Ingredient Baking soda is known to some people as a material that helps batter to rise (“Baking Soda Overdose”), but to others, it has far more uses (“Brushing Teeth with Baking Soda”; Fassa; Garvin).… Baking soda is generally naturally occurring because it is mined from trona ore, although it…
Ecology of Organisms
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The pH levels affect germination and the growth of the plants (Robert, 1998). From the experimental result, above there was a rapid rate of germination in the control (water) with a pH of 6.5. There was a… Different pH levels affected the germination and growth rates of the radish seeds. This experiment was examining the effects of different pH level on…
Economics questions
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From these statistics, Italy and France both gain from the trade since the quantity of products exchanged is almost proportional. The world price of a car is… r production to coffee production, the output of coffee will increase by 30 million pounds, and the output of baking powder will decrease by 80 million pounds. Therefore, the average opportunity cost…
Homemade Lava Lamp
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For purposes of this paper, the project materials will involve water, vegetable oil, food colouring, baking soda and a 1 litre soda or water bottle that is clear. The first… Subsequently add 10 or more droplets of the selected food colouring to the mixture in the bottle until a rich colour is seen. In understanding how the lava lamp works, the first step…
Chem lab module 7
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One compound in the baking powder dissolved while other could be seen as a precipitate settled at the bottom. I decanted the test tube and separated the solid and the solution. Taking the solid… The solution and the solid were separated by decantation. I divided the remaining solid available to perform vinegar. Since no bubbles were seen, the possible…
Making a Chocolate Cake
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Whenever the name “Chocolate Cake” is pronounced, it right away creates a lip-smacking effect within the mouth of everyone. Chocolate cakes are delicious and luscious in taste. They are mostly used as desserts. … A birthday or any anniversary is not complete without a perfect chocolate cake. It is the best when it comes to surprises and celebrations. IClosed…
Molecules and Processes of Life Activity 6 - Cellular Respiration and the Effects of Pollutants on Its Rate
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We were also attempting to explore the effect of change in carbohydrate supply on the rate of cellular respiration. We verified if pollutants harm life by disrupting the organisms’… The amount of gas emitted at the top of tube was observed to over 10 minutes so as to determine cellular respiration rate. The pollutants used included; vinegar, salt solution,…
Instruction paper (by OWN words). Subject: blueberry muffin
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Although it may seem easy to make a blueberry muffin, the process is actually harder than most people think. If too much flour is included, then the… As a substitute, American settlers used blueberries after witnessing the Native Americans using them in their cooking (Whiting). The amount of ingredients to be used for making blueberry muffins depends on the…
PIPE
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The ingredients of bread were white flour, sugar, oil, sultanas, bananas, vanilla essence, salt, walnuts, resins, baking powder, eggs, milk, and baking soda whereas the ingredients of tea were water, tea, sugar, and milk. I got… Other than these two ingredients, the rest were all locally produced. When it comes to food, “more is traded than wheat, lumber and…
Clinical Chemistry
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19. PH is the degree of acidity or alkalinity of a solution. It is related to the concentration of Hydrogen ion (H+) in the solution. i.e the pH is: pH = 'log10 [H+]: "It is a measure of the activity of hydrogen ions (H+) in a solution. ("PH", 2006). 20.… These tests may be used to monitor the progress of kidney dysfunction, to evaluate kidney function prior…
The Short Life and Detailed Burial of King jTutankhamun
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Most of what is known about him comes from the studies of his tomb in the Valley of the Kings, Egypt. Buried in his lavish tomb, a chariot, weapons, and board games were found.2 This suggests… age practices of the royals.4 Thus the playing of board games was more likely pastime of the King, rather than the hunter or warrior activities of a healthy king. When…
Molecules and Processes of Life Activity 6 - Cellular Respiration and the Effects of Pollutants on Its Rate
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The experiment also aims in determining the effect on the rate of cell respiration with changes in supply of a carbohydrate to the process.… s carried out using yeast and the focus of the experiment was given to the amount of gas that was being produced to determine amount of carbon dioxide in the produced gas. The gases are produced after the yeast cells…
Prevention Maintenance Plan
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The cost of the equipment is relatively high when compared to other equipment and includes costs such as transport, installation, training where… In our discussion, we shall consider dishwashers, ovens, refrigerators, ranges/cookers and ventilation equipment. We shall further look at how best we can maintain the equipment to ensure they retain quality.…
Identify Mystery Liquid
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DOCUMENT A In PH approximation of various solutions we normally used indicators. In this particular Lab, we will make an acid base indicator using red cabbage then use it in determination of the approximate values of PH corresponding to various household liquids (Helmenstine 7).… Handle hot beakers using beaker tongs. 2. Wear protective gear: gloves and…
Chemistry in Daily Life
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Chemistry has invaded our lives, has provided us with new foods and new materials, has replaced wood and metal with less expensive products, has enabled low-income classes to acquire things that otherwise would have been inaccessible." Chemistry is a word which associates with every individual at the time of birth, or shall we say, even before birth.…
Aunt Ethel
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Everyone knows the definition of skinflint, tightwad, and cheapskate. They stand in the checkout line line squeezing their pennies until Lincoln cries in pain. Corners are cut as shortcuts are taken in an effort to save what little there may be. They come in all ages, shapes, and sizes, but none can match Aunt Ethel.… When she bakes a pie she cleans the oven…
The Solvay process for sodium carbonate
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The Solvey process is an important industrial process that is widely used to produce sodium carbonate (Na2CO3) from Sodium chloride and Carbon dioxide under a complex chain of reactions with Ammonia gas(NH3) being produced as an intermediary. The resulting, ammonium carbonate… n) whereby sodium bicarbonate NaHCO3 precipitates and converts to sodium carbonate…
Sodium Chloride An Important Compound
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Every cell of our bodies contains salt - an adult human body contains about 250 grams to maintain the normal volume of blood and digest food. This salt is halite, chemically known as Sodium Chloride and commonly known as rock salt is one of the few very important reagents in the chemical industry today.… Moreover, it is also found in the ancient…
Strategic managment
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An emergent strategy according to Mintzberg is a pattern of action or a strategy that emerges over time when there is no specific mission or goals (Planingskills, 2004). Sometimes, it can also be despite any mission or goals. Gradually as the strategy emerges, the intentions… In emergent strategy the organization evolves as it learns through experiences.…
New Product Development Essay
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New product development and supply chain configuration or management go hand in hand. The underlying ingredient here is information or knowledge management. This paper integrates these three concepts to better understand supply chain management. In keeping with the theories of competitive advantage which today's global market place thrives on, it is apparent that innovation is the name of the game.…
Food additives used in the meat industry
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Food additives are a controversy issue in an age when people are concerned about the environment, artificial ingredients, and any manner of other manmade products that alter the genetic or natural makeup of our food or environment. In the past, when science did not have the… n food, clothing, and other facets of living, then there grew the effort not just to…
Science
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2). The electrolysis of caustic soda (NaOH) paved way to the discovery of sodium (Gagnon, par. 3). The discovery of sodium was not alone as an element but as a compound joining with other… It is one of the alkali metals having a chemical symbol “Na” with atomic number 11. Sodium is soft and silvery white metal in color. Aside from one of the most abundant…
Jellyfish
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The essay "Jellyfish" seeks to discuss the Jellyfish, its characteristics, sting, and treatment. Jellyfish is a unique and aquatic creature categorized in the class of the Phylum Cnidarians. Jellyfish is one of the oldest creatures in the world in that it has existed for 700 million years.… Jellyfish have no head, spine, heart, eyes, or brain. Instead of…
Allopurinol and cardiovascular diseases: systematic review and Meta-Analysis
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Allopurinol and Cardiovascular Diseases: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis By [Name of Student] [Name of Institution] 2342 Words [Date] Risk Factors and Treatment of Blood Pressure High blood pressure is perhaps the most common of all cardiovascular diseases.… With regards to age, the risk of contracting high blood pressure is directly proportional to one’s…
Nutrition 1
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The vitamins which are involved in energy metabolism are as follows- Thiamine (B1), Riboflavin (B2), Vitamin B12, Biotin, Pyridoxine (B6), Nicotinic acid (B3), Folic Acid, Pantothenic acid and Vitamin C which… Magnesium also gives excitement to the nerves and muscles and it is needed by every enzymatic reaction which is involved in the storage of energy…
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