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By: Jessica

By: Jessica

German Bier. By: Jessica. German Bier.

By richard_edik
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Proposed California Low Emissions and Reactivity (CLEAR) Regulation For Aerosol Coating Products

Proposed California Low Emissions and Reactivity (CLEAR) Regulation For Aerosol Coating Products

California Environmental Protection Agency. Air Resources Board. Proposed California Low Emissions and Reactivity (CLEAR) Regulation For Aerosol Coating Products. Meeting of the Reactivity Scientific Advisory Committee August 26, 1998 Riverside, California. Agenda.

By Patman
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Carbon Dioxide from Respiration

Carbon Dioxide from Respiration

Carbon Dioxide from Respiration. Carbon dioxide from respiration is demonstrated by two chemical reactions. PURPOSE. To demonstrate that carbon dioxide is expelled from the lungs by seeing it react with limewater (calcium hydroxide) and bromothymol blue indicator. DEMONSTRATION:.

By kellan
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PerfEd INTERNATIONAL

PerfEd INTERNATIONAL

PerfEd INTERNATIONAL. OXYGENATION PRINCIPLES. Michael S. Vinas, MA-HRM. Oxygen, the most abundant element on Earth. present on the Earth as gases (O2, O3, O4); H2O, and in countless chemical formulas . Oxygen 1:4.

By jola
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Acid-Base

Acid-Base

Acid-Base. Basic definitions An acid a substance that can donate hydrogen ions (H + ) A base a substance that can accept H + ions H 2 CO 3 (acid)«H + + HCO 3 - (base) Strong acids completely ionized in body fluids W eak acids incompletely ionized in body fluids. Acid-Base.

By noleta
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1. Concrete Corrosion Fundamentals

1. Concrete Corrosion Fundamentals

1. Concrete Corrosion Fundamentals. Reinforcement Protection by Passive Film. Ca, Na, K hydroxides in hydrated cement raise the pH to ~13.5 A dense protective  ferric oxide (Fe 2 O 3 ) passive film forms around the reinforcement

By tacey
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pKa phenol = 9.9 pKa2 of carbonic acid = 10.33

pKa phenol = 9.9 pKa2 of carbonic acid = 10.33

Chandrasekhar, S.; Basu , Debjit ; Sailu , M.; Kotamraju , S. Novel synthetic route to the tricyclic core of ()- galanthamine . Tetrahedron Letters (2009), 50(34), 4882-4884. . pKa phenol = 9.9 pKa2 of carbonic acid = 10.33.

By ganit
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Homeostasis

Homeostasis

Homeostasis. Section 2: Acid-Base Balance. Acid-base balance (H + production = loss) Normal plasma pH: 7.35–7.45 H + gains: many metabolic activities produce acids CO 2 (to carbonic acid) from aerobic respiration Lactic acid from glycolysis H + losses and storage

By damon
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Chapter 5 : Ecosystems and the Physical Environment

Chapter 5 : Ecosystems and the Physical Environment

Chapter 5 : Ecosystems and the Physical Environment. The Atmosphere. http://mediatheek.thinkquest.nl/~ll125/en/atmos.htm. The Atmosphere. Hypothesis. Gaea= Greek “goddess of Earth” or “mother” Earth. 1970’s; This theory proposed global self-regulation . Hypothesis.

By belita
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Acid-Base Balance Interactive Tutorial

Acid-Base Balance Interactive Tutorial

Acid-Base Balance Interactive Tutorial. Emily Phillips MSN 621 Spring 2009 E-mail: emmalemmaRN@hotmail.com All images imported from Microsoft Clipart & Yahoo Image gallery. How to navigate this tutorial:. To advance to the next slide click on the box

By ray
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Types of Weathering

Types of Weathering

Types of Weathering. Kim Bennison Katy Hogan Alex Gage Kelly Fischer. Mechanical/Physical Weathering. Exfoliation Ice Wedging Organic Wedging Abrasion. Exfoliation. When a rock has heat exerted upon it, along with pressure, it separates into layers. Ice Wedging.

By signa
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Aluminum extraction from Feldspar

Aluminum extraction from Feldspar

Aluminum extraction from Feldspar. Al. by Robert Dyck Ardeco Consulting Ltd. Traditional ore. Aluminum ore on Earth is bauxite Bauxite is formed by tropical rain forests: igneous minerals weathered by water tropical ecosystem depletes their needs

By pisces
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Part II – the Carbon Cycle:

Part II – the Carbon Cycle:

Introducing the Geochemical Cycles (it is necessary to understand & use these if you want to design a Mars Colony or any ecosystem…) Water cycle Carbon cycle Energy NON-cycle. Part II – the Carbon Cycle:. Most of the carbon on earth is locked up in the crust in limestone rocks : CaCO 3

By napoleon
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10.2. Strong and Weak Acids

10.2. Strong and Weak Acids

10.2. Strong and Weak Acids. LO: I understand the difference between strong and weak acids. 10.2.1 Strong Acids. Hydrochloric acid. A strong acid is one that completely splits up into ions when dissolved in water:. +. HCl(aq). H + (aq). Cl - (aq). Sulphuric acid. +. H 2 SO 4 (aq).

By kilenya
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Chp 5: Weathering and Erosion

Chp 5: Weathering and Erosion

I. Define Weathering and Erosion - Weathering - “The decomposition and disintegration of rocks and minerals at the Earth’s surface by mechanical and physical processes. Weathering processes involve very little or no movement (or removal of) decomposed earth material.

By philomena
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RESPIRATORY SYSTEM - 3

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM - 3

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM - 3. HEMOGLOBIN AND OXYGEN TRANSPORT. Oxygen Content of Blood. Structure of Hemoglobin. Normal hemoglobin contains reduced iron, Fe 2+ Deoxyhemoglobin (reduced hemoglobin) also has Fe 2+ Methemoglobin has Fe 3+ and cannot bind O 2

By valerian
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Constructive and Destructive Forces

Constructive and Destructive Forces

Constructive and Destructive Forces. Processes That Act Upon Earth’s Surface Features. What are Constructive and Destructive Forces?. Constructive Force A constructive force is a process that raises or builds up the surface features of the Earth. . Destructive Force

By amil
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Plant Nutrition

Plant Nutrition

Plant Nutrition. Uptake of Nutrients. Macro nutrients. Carbon - organic compounds Oxygen - organic compounds Hydrogen - organic compounds Nitrogen - nucleic acids, proteins Sulfur - proteins Phosphorus- nucleic acids, lipids Potassium - Protein Synthesis

By krista
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Weathering and Erosion

Weathering and Erosion

Weathering and Erosion . Objectives. Identify the cause of rock shaping due to weathering and erosion Explain how chemical weather forms caves Describe how acid rain affects the landscape. Two Types of Weathering . Physical or Mechanical – breaking rock into smaller pieces

By kayo
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Acid Rain

Acid Rain

Acid Rain. By Bushra Shaikh 7E. What is acid rain?. Acid rain is a phrase relating to deposition of nitric and sulfuric acid and sometimes carbonic acid in rainwater. This gives rainwater a faintly acidic pH level. Most of the acid rain is caused by anthropogenic activity .

By tuyet
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