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...Filtration Filtration is defined as the process of separating a fluid-solid mixture whereby most of the fluid passes through a porous barrier which also retains most of the solid particles that are present in the mixture. This porous barrier is known as the filter medium or the septum. It may be made of cloth, paper, a screen or a bed of solids. In filtration, the liquid or fluid that passes through the filtration medium is called the filtrate. There are several ways of classifying filtration and filters. These are; (a) By the driving force. There are several methods through which the...
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Membrane filtration (expriment)
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...filtration followed by incubation of the membrane filter in appropriate growth media to examine the determine the presence of pathogenic micro-organism. The motive to perform this study was to determine the presence of unknown organism(s) present in the provided samples. The study encompasses classification of bacteria based on their bio-chemical reactions, pH levels and osmoregulation. Identification and classification of bacteria from the sample... ? Microbiology Of Unknowns Lab Report Lab Section TA Manipulative skills and cognitive microbiological knowledge are essential for the identification of microorganism in samples of food and water as they are the potential carrier of pathogenic...
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Filtration and Packaging
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...Filtration and Packaging Introduction: Packaging can be defined as an art or science that is used to protect products by enclosing it into packets and containers meant for distribution, storage, transportation, sale as well as use. In the early days, the need for packaging was less. Packaging was used only in cases of transportation and storage. Before the discovery and use of pure packing materials, Natural materials like grass, leaves, and skins of animals and plants etc were used for packing. But nowadays people have started to use manufactured packing materials like paper products, glass products, metal products, plastic products etc. the determination of the packing material depends... Filtration...
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Internet Filtration Software
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...filtration capability is not as good as Net Nanny but it is also trusted by many people worldwide. It gives the facility to check your computer usage from any other computer. That's why it's easier. It also controls the personal information from going out unlike Net Nanny, it monitors chats, pop-up blocking and also shows history reports. It can also work with every browser and windows version plus Mac3. Question 3: Net Nanny is for $28.99 but with back up CD and download it's for $ 33.99. While Safe Eyes is for $49.95 and they also have a free trail option. These two are the most top rates so there is no issue of reliability here but one just have to make sure... Question should first of all have to...
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Design slow sand filtration unit
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...filtration unit Glossary Adsorption The process through which a contaminant attaches itself onto the surface of a solid. Bacteria These are single-celled micro organisms that are typically a few micrometers long. Bio layer It is also known as the schmutzdecke. It is a biological layer formed on the sand-water interface of the slow sand filters and is colonized by microorganisms such as bacteria, algae, protozoa and diatoms. Contamination is the process of polluting water through human and/or natural causes Concrete It is a strong construction material made of a mixture of cement, sand and gravel. Disinfection It is any process that deactivates, removes contaminants or kills... pathogens that...
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The importance of water filtration systems
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...Filtration Systems Introduction One can hardly appreciate the infamous assertion that “water is life” and that it is the most crucial element in human survival. It will either take lack of water or disease caused by drinking of impure or contaminated water causing illness for one to appreciate why safe and clean water is essential for human survival. I have had this experience first-hand. In our residential area, we rely on the privately owned water sources, and water is tested three times a year to ensure that it is safe for human consumption. As such, we do not experience the effects of contaminated water. I once visited a friend in another neighborhood and thought... that their water is...
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Filtration as a sample concentration method of water samples
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...Filtration as a Sample Concentration Method of Water Samples Affiliation Water is an important part of life.Environmental microbiologists have had to assess the quality of water for purposes of safety and health preservation. The paper is divided into three sections. The introduction touches on the overall aspects and principles of filtration as a concentration method. The body exclusively covers the types of microorganisms that are tested during water quality assessment such as coliforms with the filtration method been used in the respective studies. It also looks at the different types of filtrations; ultrafiltration, membrane filter, and new filtration types like the biofilm filtration... ...
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Humic Acid removal and fouling using tubular ceramic micro filtration membranes combined with coagulation and adsorption
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...filtration membranes combined with coagulation and adsorption [Writer’s Name] [Institution’s Name] Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Humic Acid Removal and Fouling Using Tubular Ceramic Micro Filtration Membranes Combined With Coagulation and Adsorption 3 Membrane Science and Theory 3 Polymeric Membranes 5 System Concepts 6 Membrane Fouling 7 Ceramic membranes 14 Design Concepts 15 Operations 16 System Costs 17 Residuals Characteristics and Management 19 References 21 Humic Acid Removal and Fouling Using Tubular Ceramic Micro Filtration Membranes Combined With Coagulation... Running Head: HUMIC ACID REMOVAL AND FOULING USING TUBULAR CERAMIC Humic Acid removal and fouling using tubular ceramic micro...
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Discuss how the anatomical and molecular structure of the podocyte facilitates filtration in the kidney
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...filtration in the kidney Discuss how the anatomical and molecular structure of the podocyte facilitates filtration in the kidney Discuss how the anatomical and molecular structure of the podocyte facilitates filtration in the kidney Podocytes are the glomerular visceral epithelial cells covering the outer aspect of the glomerular basement membrane. The outer part of the glomerular tuft of the kidneys is the area which has parts of the glomerular capillaries and mesangium which face the urinary space (Kriz et al, 1998). The podocytes cover this area. The podocyte cell bodies being large and voluminous, bulge... Discuss how the anatomical and molecular structure of the podocyte facilitates...
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Pakistan's need for economic growth focusing on solar energy and working water filtration plants
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...Filtration Plants of the [Project [Name of the Institution] [Date] Pakistan's Need for Economic Growth Focusing On Solar Energy and Working Water Filtration Plants Introduction Economic stability is considered to have deep relation to the industrialization, business, education and health. Energy is required to operate any institution in the modern world. On the other hand, the management of energy and its efficient use can reduce the demand of energy. Energy efficient devices and appliances save a lot of electrical units. Electrical energy is mostly generated by utilizing the fossil fuel resources. With the passage... ? Pakistan's Need for Economic Growth Focusing On Solar Energy and Working Water...
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Sabor Inc Case Analysis
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...filtration units alongside its heating and cooling units. Air filtration units accounted for 7% of the total company sales. However, the manufacture of Marconil significantly increased the sales of the air filtration units... Sabor Inc. Case Study: I. Major Facts Sabor Inc. is a Cleveland, Ohio based company that manufactures high-quality air-conditioners for both home and industrial use. The company also manufactures heating units. Sabor Inc. runs an extensive network of service and sales centers. The company developed a new strategy of standardization of its products. The new strategy aimed at standardizing the design and manufacturing process of the products in order to reduce the variety of the...
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Exercise 9: Renal System Physiology Worksheet Assignment
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...Filtration Activity 1: Effect of Arteriole Diameter on Glomerular Filtration 1. Compare this data with your baseline data. How did increasing the afferent arteriole radius affect glomerular filtration rate? Increasing the afferent arteriole radius resulted in an increase in the Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR). 2. Under these conditions, does the fluid... Exercise 9: Renal System Physiology Worksheet Assignment Due: Week 8 instructions: Follow the step-by-step instructions for this exercise found in your text and record your answers in the spaces below. Submit this completed document by the assignment due date found in the Syllabus. Please make sure that your answers are typed in RED. Glomerular Fil...
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PROJECT DESCRIPTION
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...filtration as well as a recycling processes display. Most importantly, this will include the bacterial filtration process for the Algae collected, the sand filtration process which is used to recycle the canal water to the thermal pool and third the recycling process of the used thermal water channelled back into the canal. In essence, the water is pumped from the canal into pipes using a pressure pump, which then pumps to the roof of the building. Conceivably, this is where all the filtration processes take place, opened into a valve, which lets the waterfall down into the pool steadily.... PROJECT The Algae treatment centre, lab, and thermal bath My site is located at Caledonian Road Canal along a semi ...
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Waste water treatment
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...Filtration treatments as essential pretreatments are supplemented by coagulation-flocculation processes. These processes accumulate suspended solids and particles into larger bodies to allow easy removal through filtration processes. The removal of particulate matter by these methods tends to supplement the effectiveness of the filtering process. Gravity separation of these suspended solids may also require filtration. In the event of facilitating bonding among various particulates, chemical coagulants such as polymers or iron salts are added to source water(Bratby 2006). The efficiency of this process depends on a number... Waste Water Treatment What is the difference between coagulation and...
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Randomised Controlled Trails
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...filtration and safe storage in households with young children of HIV-positive mothers had the following strengths and weaknesses. The outcome measures in question are: the use, water quality, diarrhea longitudinal prevalence, and weight-for-age z-scores (WAZ). The use The use was an outcome measure in which the researchers investigated the respondents’ filter use and acceptability. The following measure had both strengths and weaknesses. Firstly, the households that contained functional... Randomised Controlled Trails A). Comment on the strengths and weaknesses of the outcome measures that were used in the study. You are expected to justify your answers. The outcome of the study on assessing water fil...
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RENAL
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...filtration system of the body. The kidneys are also part of the endocrine system and assists in the management of blood pressure. The two types of dialysis include the peritoneal and the hemodialysis. The peritoneal dialysis uses the peritoneal cavity in the filtration process whereas in hemodialysis, the filtration process occurs through the dialysis machine. Both methods are beneficial for patients and depending on recommendations of medical practitioners, the appropriate method of dialysis can be used for the patient... The renal system represents the body’s plumbing system as it eliminates wastes and helps secure homeostasis. Its primary functioning parts include the nephrons which help manage the...
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Buttled water
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...filtration systems Pressure from environmental forces Image of non-sustainability Raising transport costs Water is an incredibly heavy resource that can be sold for very little per unit Analysis and Evaluation The fact is that bottled water is operating in a very harmful market environment. This is especially true because the people who would be its primary... Bottled Water Case study [Type the document sub [Pick the Bottled Water Case Study Introduction This paper is to analyze the bottled water industry, its current state and its future prospects. The bottled water industry is massive, with huge sales and relatively large profit margins each year (Thomas, 19), yet is facing difficult economic...
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Water Purification
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...filtration using commercial filters. Most of these commercial filters block contaminants using physical obstruction or chemical absorption or a combination of both. Filtration using these filters is regarded... Water Purification The body depends heavily on water consumption-clean/safe drinking water that is; that is why the doctor recommends that ideally, you drink 8 glasses per day. It is indeed a very precious commodity, but one that is often disturbed or contaminated by harmful microorganisms and other agents from time to time rendering it unsafe for drinking. Nonetheless, there are various water purification methods about, some more fast-paced than others, either single or as a combination, which c...
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Computional Fluid Dynamics for Filters
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...filtration systems like the open filtration systems for filtering of effluents in the atmosphere, parallel filtration for systems involving high flow rates and multiple systems, and series filtration systems for step filtration are employed in the industries. As filtration results in the removal of contaminants, employing filtration techniques for fluid flows offer advantages like increased fluid output and need for smaller equipments. Further, a properly designed filter system in the initial... COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS FOR FILTERS Dynamics is the study of motion of objects and Fluid Dynamics is the study of motion of fluids, which are liquids and gases. These are two of the three fundamental...
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Individual Assignment
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...filtration system from the same supplier. The company chose to deal with water, a vital commodity over which, because of public interest, they could not raise prices too high without becoming the target of negative sentiments. This means that MIBW4A will be trapped perpetually in narrow profit margins. Underreporting is a real concern, because there is no way for MIBW4A to oversee sales. The revenue sharing agreement, where water vendors receive 20% and MIBW4A 80%, in unrealistic, given that the water which comprises the product is provided by water vendors, the cost they shoulder. MIBW4A will be more justified to charge... ?MIB Water For All Evaluate MIB Water For All business plans. What are its...
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Microcirculation and Blood Pressure
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...filtration and leading to subsequent reabsorption. This situation leads Nephrotic syndrome, a kidney failure that leads to filtration of the large amount of protein into the urine. The urines protein is usually leaked into the blood via the kidney thereby leading to oedema (Bartl and Frisch, 2004... and Blood Pressure Microcirculation and Blood Pressure Question The reduction of plasma protein often causes oedema that leads to decrease in BCOP thereby reducing the fluid absorption in the capillaries. Therefore, a person with liver failure can never synthesize the required amount of plasma protein (Sherwood, 2007). This situation often leads to oncotic pressure thereby affecting filtration and leading to ...
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PARAPHRASING
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...filtration and water quality in rivers, lakes and streams has diminishes. People can utilize invertebratess muscles to create technologically advanced machines. Such an inspirational example is the spiral in the mollusk shells. This spiral which flows smoothly, led to the creation of a rotor which consumes 85% less energy. This model was also applied as a fan in modern computers and air-conditioning.... It is believes that the dung beetle is much more important for Americas rangelands and pastures than the polar bears. The reason for their paramount significance is that they roll and transport animal droppings which contain seeds and this helps the population of parasites and pest species, such as flies. ...
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Post-laboratory Assignment
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...filtration. 3.... Post-laboratory Assignment Step Copper (II) nitrate from copper Molecular Cu(s) + 2HNO3 (aq)= Cu (NO3)2(aq) + H2 (g) Ionic Cu(s) + 2H+ (aq) = Cu+ (aq) + H2 (g) Step 2: Copper (II) hydroxide from copper (II) nitrate Molecular Cu (NO3)2(aq) + 2 NaOH (aq) = Cu (OH) 2(s) + 2NaNO3 (aq) Ionic Cu²⁺ (aq) + 2OH⁻ (aq) = Cu (OH) ₂(s) Step 3: Copper (II) oxide from copper (II) hydroxide Molecular Cu (OH) 2 (s) = CuO (s) + H2O (l) Ionic Cu (OH) 2 (s) = CuO (s) + H2O (l) Step 4: Copper (II) sulfate from copper (II) oxide Molecular CuO (s) + H2SO4 (aq) = CuSO4 (aq) + H2O (l) Ionic CuO(s) + 2H+ = Cu2+ + H2O (l) Step 5: Copper recovery from copper (II) sulfate Molecular Zn(s) ...
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Hypotony
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...Filtration surgery for glaucoma... Effects of Hypotony after Glaucoma Surgery on Macular Thickness and Morphology as Measured by Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT Literature Review Introduction Glaucoma management is principally dependent on measuring and controlling intraocular pressure (IOP), and on a thorough understanding of the anatomy and physiology that underlie formation and elimination of aqueous humor. Glaucoma filtering surgery is performed at the surgical limbus. The anatomical limbus is situated where the peripheral cornea meets the sclera externally. This is a well-demarcated zone. The incisional surgery most frequently used for chronic forms of glaucoma, especially in adults, is co...
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Effects of hypotony after glaucoma surgery on macular thickness and morphology as measured by Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
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...Filtration surgery for glaucoma is indicated... Effects of Hypotony after Glaucoma Surgery on Macular Thickness and Morphology as Measured by Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT Literature Review Introduction Glaucoma management is principally dependent on measuring and controlling intraocular pressure (IOP), and on a thorough understanding of the anatomy and physiology that underlie formation and elimination of aqueous humor. Glaucoma filtering surgery is performed at the surgical limbus. The anatomical limbus is situated where the peripheral cornea meets the sclera externally. This is a well-demarcated zone. The incisional surgery most frequently used for chronic forms of glaucoma, especially in adults, ...
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Lab report
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...filtration apparatus, aspirator, ice bath, hot plate Precautions Gloves were used while handling aluminum. Heating of aluminum and KOH mixture was done in the hood. Procedure Collecting and weighing aluminum. The aluminum beverage can was washed. A 5×8 cm piece... Running head: RECYCLING ALUMINUM TO ALUM Recycling Of Used Aluminum Cans to Alum: A Study Affiliation Introduction Aluminum and its alloys find several applications today, right from soda cans to aircraft material. This is because aluminum is versatile and has many desirable properties: light weight, nontoxic, pleasing appearance, ability to take high polish, high electric and thermal conductivities, corrosion resistance, malleability,...
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Lab report: discussion, conclusion, reference
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...filtration apparatus, aspirator, ice bath, hot plate Precautions Gloves were used while handling aluminum. Heating of aluminum and KOH mixture was done in the hood. Procedure Collecting and weighing aluminum... Running head: RECYCLING ALUMINUM TO POTASH ALUM Recycling Of Used Aluminum Cans to Potash Alum: A Study Affiliation Introduction Aluminum and its alloys find several applications today, right from soda cans to aircraft material. This is because aluminum is versatile and has many desirable properties: light weight, nontoxic, pleasing appearance, ability to take high polish, high electric and thermal conductivities, corrosion resistance, malleability, ductility, non-magnetic, and non-sparking....
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Advanced Criminalistics: Synthetic Fibers
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...filtration products, carpet backing, apparel, upholstery and specialty materials. Another product among the synthetic fibers is the specialty papers which is made from acrylic pulp that offers a wide range of unique features in specialty wet laid and slurry applications. The fibrillated fiber pulp which is used in making specialty papers is produced by unique Sterling Fibers technology incorporating a special grade wet spun acrylic fiber precursor, and is fibrillated in a customized refining process. Non-Asbestos Gaskets are made by the company to reduce the negative... SYNTHETIC FIBERS Sterling Fibers is an American company that was d as acrylic fiber plant that has its focus on the textile end uses...
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Introduction to International Business
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...Filtration Systems in China School China boasts an incredible population of citizens whoare in need of clean water. While many companies are looking to get into the $14.2 billion market the country offers by cleaning the local tap water (Taylor, & Leung, 2009) there are those who may live or work in areas that will not have this water immediately. This could include manufacturing workers and wealthy business people who travel to remote areas who would like to use them at work and in their homes. In order to serve this market and others, a wise way to get into it is to offer Brita portable water filtration systems to individuals and the companies who hire them... ? Memo: Selling Brita Portable Water...
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Delayed Suprachoroidal Haemorrhage
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...filtration procedures for glaucoma surgery, the prototype of which is trabeculectomy where a guarded partial- thickness filtering mechanism is established by excising a block of limbal tissue beneath a lamellar scleral flap. This scleral flap is designed to provide resistance and limit excessive flow of aqueous humor (Ariano, M.L. and Ball, S.F., 1987(3)). Although this flap is meant for reducing complications, such as, flat chamber, haemorrhagic choroidal effusion, and hypotony, yet in about 2.9% cases... Delayed Suprachoroidal Haemorrhage Following Glaucoma Surgery: An Evidence-Based Review Introduction: The suprachoroidal space, normally, is a dead space where choroid stays closely apposed...
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Microbiology
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...filtration because; they can get damaged by heat, irradiation or chemical sterilization. A filter with pore... Microbiology Compare and contrast photophosphorylation and oxidative phosphorylation. Both photophosphorylation and oxidative phosphorylationresult in production of ATP. Photophosphorylation is a process by which ATP is produced using energy of the sunlight. In oxidative phosphorylation, ATP is produced by energy released by the oxidation of nutrients (Boyer, 1977). In photophosphorylation, light energy is used to create a high-energy electron donor and a lower-energy electron acceptor. In oxidative phosphorylation, electrons are transferred from electron donors to electron acceptors su...
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Case study
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...filtration test requires one to pour the substance to be tested into the machine and turn it on and wait for the wait for the machine to categorize the components of the test substance. The filter divides the components of the milk into three categories which shows the presence of different types of microns in the milk. Burning samples of the test product in the atomic absorption flame photometer shows a black strip with several distinct colors. The petri dish test shows culturing in the milk sample in the dish. The microscope test helps to identify the shapes of the different types of bacterium... Blackout syndrome Patients of the blackout syndrome are profusely bleeding various parts of their body...
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Presentation about Drugs found in Driking water
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...filtration, and nano-filtration should be introduced at large scale. 2.8. Chlorination should be encouraged at small scale like tube wells and home water tanks. Works Cited Wencong, Wu. Infertility Concerns After EDC Claims. China Daily, 2012. Web. 13 Nov 2012. .... full November 13, Drugs Found in Drinking Water Birth control pill endangers fish populations. 1.1. There is very little awareness as to how orally taken birth control pills can affect water population. 1.2. Wencong (para.1) states in his report that Liangjie Dong, an expert in heavy metal pollution in water at the University of Hawaii, mentions in the Journal of Environmental Sciences that “China has high levels of estrogen disrupt...
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Extraction
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...filtration and dried. The TBME flask was decanted so that the solid drying agent was left behind. Fresh TBME was added to the drying agent and the mixture was then heated until the ether was completely boiled away. After cooling the mixture it was weighed to determine the mass of the naphthalene. The weights of the masses were then recorded as 0.92g naphthalene and 0.85g for benzoic acid.... Extraction Benzoic acid and naphthalene was used to show an extraction process. The procedure entailed mixing 2.5g of benzoic acid and naphthalene at a ratio of 1:1. The mixture was dissolved in 30 mL of t-butyl methyl ether (TBME) which is a low boiling solvent and is non-toxic. This was then poured into a...
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Synthesis of Soap
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...filtration on a Buchner funnel. The described operation afforded soap as a colorless gelatinous solid. Because the obtained soap is a potassium salt it is expected that it will be a viscous liquid. Knowing the exact composition of the used grease it could have been possible to determine the theoretical quantity of the product. But, it is expected to be around 16 g. Regarding IR spectrum of the studied compound signals in the regions 1000-1500 cm-1, 1500-2000 cm-1 corresponding to C-O and C=O vibrations respectively. The rest... Your Module Synthesis of Soap The primary goal of this work is to synthesize soap from fat using the reaction below:Figure 1: Synthesis of soap (Clayden, et al., 1375). A round...
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Natural/Treated Water
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...filtration to prevent cementing of the filter sand during, before or after chlorination. Apart... Natural/treated water Corrosion is the deterioration of material by reaction to its environment. The four conditionsnecessary for corrosion to take place are: there must be something that corrodes (anode), there must be continuous conductive liquid path, there must be a cathode and there must be a conductor to carry the flow of electrons from the anode to the cathode. The elimination of any of the above conditions will result to no corrosion. Water corrosion Water corrosion is one of the common types of corrosion. At normal atmospheric temperatures the moisture from the air is just enough to instigate cor...
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California Oil Spill Sparks State of Emergency
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...Filtration & Separation, 30(3), 188.... oil Spillage Sparks of Emergency California Oil Spillage Sparks of Emergency Some of the engineeringcatastrophes that have recently hit the world include a chain of oil spills. Initially, the world experienced numerous technological failures that led to disasters in other engineering domains like collapse of structural buildings like bridges and towers, airplanes accidents, nuclear explosions and other industrial disasters. Oil spillages are a common occurrence today. That has resulted in adverse effects in both terrestrial and marine ecosystems. The California Oil Spillage recently caused havoc to marine life. Some of the spillage was a causation of waves...
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Microbiology
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...filtration because; they can get damaged by heat, irradiation or chemical sterilization. A filter with pore size 0.2 µm... ?Microbiology Compare and contrast photophosphorylation and oxidative phosphorylation. Both photophosphorylation and oxidative phosphorylation result in production of ATP. Photophosphorylation is a process by which ATP is produced using energy of the sunlight. In oxidative phosphorylation, ATP is produced by energy released by the oxidation of nutrients (Boyer, 1977). In photophosphorylation, light energy is used to create a high-energy electron donor and a lower-energy electron acceptor. In oxidative phosphorylation, electrons are transferred from electron donors to electron...
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Logic gates characteristics
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...Filtration System: Filtration blocked= logic 0, and filtration working = 1 This process is halted on the following conditions... ? PRACTICAL 5: LOGIC DECODING CIRCUITS AND MULTIPLEXERS Introduction Logic gates are the basic building blocks of digital electronics. They act as switches to allow or block the flow of digital data. The digital information is implemented using Boolean algebra in which variables have only two states i.e. 0/1, low/high, or false/true. In the TTL family of digital electronics, voltages in the range of 0 – 0.7 V are logic 0 and voltages in the range of 2.5 – 5 V represent logic 1. Most logic operations are implemented using AND and OR gates. The inverted logic AND and OR are known ...
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Unit 9 BD
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...filtration through many ways. These assist in getting new aspects, unseen before, into life and culture for purposes known best to the adoptees. References Guenard, A. (2012). Relevant Jesus: A Study of the integration of Popular Culture into the Christian Church. Retrieved from http://aquila.usm.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1075&context=honors_theses Simpsonspop. (n.d). The creation of popular culture. Retrieved from http://simpsonspop.edublogs.org/the-creation-of-the-simpsons/... culture has been in existence for a long time, it continues to evolve in order to meet the needs of the people who created, and even others have an encounter with it. It is due to this that it is relevant to look at...
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Water Related Research and Q&A
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...filtration techniques (Olien 45). Tap water Running city, municipal tap water, is water that is delivered to the homes of many area residents; the water is supplied through a tap placed inside the workplace or inside the household. This technology in plumbing had enabled the delivery of clean water to homes and businesses. However, this may be mineral water contains impurities such as bacteria, synthetic and organic chemicals. Among the disinfectants used to purify, tap water is chlorine. Chlorine leaves many organic materials like halo acetic... Drinking Water: Bottled vs. Tap Tap water and mineral water differ in the mineral content and the impurities that are found in each. Though mineral water...
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Microsoft Access
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...filtration of data in order for a user to obtain the information required on an ad hoc basis. The quick Access toolbar provides three options including redo, undoing, and saving option, which assist the user to navigate. The customization button, which is on the right side of the access bar, is usually in a disabled mode when there is no database needed. Even so, the button should be clicked when a database is needed. The button helps the application user decide... Computer sciences and Information technology Microsoft Access Microsoft Access is one of the computer-based applications utilized in the development of electronic databases on personal computers. The application can also be employed in...
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BIOL 232 Human Physiology - assignment
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...filtration and reabsorption? The father of the woman that is desperate to lose “water weight” was likely prescribed an ACE inhibitor for hypertension, which is the most common reason... will cause her kidney tubules to retain more sodium ions. For the same reason, her potassium levels would be lower, as the aldosterone causes kidney tubules to excrete potassium. The ACEI will affect the woman’s cardiac cycle by constricting her arterioles. This will cause arterial blood pressure to rise, while decreasing the blood flow. Regardless of the dosage, the woman will have an increase in myocardial capillarization. The glomular filtration rate is the same, which in turn increases her...
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Applied Research Technologies
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...Filtration Business Unit in 1996. The filtration unit... Recommendations on ART Innovation Challenges Introduction Applied Research Technologies, Inc. is a technology company that served as an emerging giant in the field on the global front in 2006. From its start, the company had grown through a series of mergers and acquisitions of a number of technology-based industrial companies, mostly in the LBO buy out waves in the 80s and 90s decade. As of 2006, the company had established itself as a multinational corporation comprising of around 60 profit centres that served as the company’s business units that brought in revenue of $11 billion. The success of the corporation is mainly the effect of the...
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Business Environment
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...filtration and permission of the Chinese government. B... Running Head: Case Study Analysis Case Study Analysis – Google, Inc., In China [Analyst’s Case Study: Google, Inc., In China I – The Pre-Analysis A: Perspective 1. The perspective of the author(s) of the case study and possible biases that might result from that perspective The author of the case study is an American Professor Kristen E. Martin. He has been associated with American universities for several years. The main purpose of preparing the case study is to stimulate the classroom discussions and there are some fictional characters are also added to the case study. The case study is not directly aimed at discussing the effectiveness or...
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Clinical chemistry
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...filtration rate can impair urea excretion and elevates its levels in the blood. Renal artery stenosis is an important cause of hypertension in elderly patients but it also decrease glomerular filtration rate,
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Paraphrasing lab report
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...filtration it is  (b) This would lower the percent yield to:  The total amount of pure salicylic acid recovery would be:  The percent yield after this recovery would be: 5. A. B. Least polar: trans-stilbene < 9-fluorenone < benzoic acid :most polar C. E. Least polar: hexane < acetone < ethanol < water :most polar F. Table 3. Compounds solubility Compound Most soluble solvent Least soluble solvent Trans-stilbene Hexane Water 9-flurenone Acetone & ethanol Hexane & water Benzoic acid Water Hexane 6. A. 120-122 C: A t this temperature range the compound is very pure. B. 163-169 C: At this temperature range the compound is less pure and has a substantial amount of impurities which in turn... This...
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How dialysis treatment for kidney failure relies on an understanding of the principles of diffusion
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...filtration, diffusion and osmosis. Mass transfer in a hemodialyzer occurs in three phases of the machine the blood phase, membrane phase and dialysate phase. Resistance to transfer is not just in the membrane phase but also in the blood... How Dialysis Treatment for Kidney Failure Relies on an Understanding of the Principles of Diffusion Introduction: Dialysis, also known as renal replacement therapy, is an artificial replacement for lost kidney function. The dialysis procedure removes solutes and toxins from the blood. This procedure depends on the passive movement of water and solutes across a semi-permeable membrane. Reasoner (2007), the dialysis procedure relies on two transport mechanisms:...
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Health and environmental effects of diesel pollution
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...filtration processes. These filters are usually installed or built into vehicles and diesel engines. As this filter can be gradually filled up, the designers of the filter must establish design filter systems which can burn off or eliminate accumulated particulates. One way of eliminating these particulates is to burn or oxidize the accumulated matter in the filters or oxidize these when adequate temperatures are reached. As trapped materials are eliminated, filters are also "regenerated". For other engines, disposable filter systems can be applied. These filters would be measured... ?Health & Environmental Effects of Diesel Pollution Various pollutants which are significantly harmful to the health of...
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Emergency Relief Activities in Pakistan Flood Affected Areas
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...filtration plant designed by UNDP experts specifically for the flood hit areas of Pakistan. A basic health unit will be established there which will provide treatment to more than 300 patients per day. A school for elementary education of children will also be established with the help of local... ?Emergency Relief Activities in Flood Affected Areas of Pakistan Pakistan is struck with massive floods in the rainy season of August – September this year (2010). The floods have claimed more than 1500 lives and have rendered 20 million people homeless. The scale of this calamity is larger than the 2004 Tsunami and 2005 Kashmir Earthquake combined. Pakistan’s economy is already suffering from the ‘War on...
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