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The Use of Isotopes in Medicine Chemistry Literature review
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Isotopes of an element have the same atomic number. Nonetheless, isotopes do not share the same number of neutrons within their nucleus. As a result, isotopes are said to have divergent atomic weights. There are two major types of isotopes. These are radioactive and stable isotopes. Radioactive isotopes as those whose nucleus is unstable. 
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Phosphorus Cycling, Speciation and Determination Chemistry Coursework
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Phosphorus exists in various forms, either as organic species or inorganic species. Plants absorb phosphorus from soils in the form of phosphate and then, transform it into organic phosphorus compounds. This transformation, speciation, and translocation of phosphorus can be best understood in terms of phosphorus’ oxidation-reduction (redox) fate.
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The Medicinal Value of Omeprazole Chemistry Coursework
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One typical drug that has been very keen on body disease defenses is Omeprazole, having been useful in the treatment of a host of diseases including dyspepsia, peptic ulcer disease (PUD), Zollinger-Ellison syndrome, gastroesophageal reflux disease among others. With a market name of Losec, Omeprazole comes in several forms including tablets and capsules.
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Fossil Fuel or Renewable Energy Chemistry Essay
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From all the sources of information related to the future of fossil fuels and the studies of research materials related to the feasibilities of alternative energy sources in the convertible forms, it can be restated that fossil fuels are approaching the end of their time. It is need of the hour to encourage the exploitation of all other available resources in nature.
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Catalysts Used in Synthesis of Organic Carbonates Chemistry Research Paper
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Organic carbonates are carbonic acid esters characterized by two aryloxy or alkoxy groups flanking a carbonyl functional group. They are structural of two kinds, namely – linear and cyclic. Organic carbonates are used in the manufacture of a large number of other industrially important products. The catalysts used in the synthesis of dimethyl carbonate (DMC) and their corresponding yields have been elaborated.
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Qualitative Structure Activity Relationship Chemistry Report
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It would be vital to generate initially a simple electronic descriptor defined by the atomic partial charge in correlation with other study properties. The QSAR model applied in this study depicts that the global descriptor is nearly among the most significant factors in predicting the activities of biological molecular compounds.
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Polymer Nanofilm Coatings Chemistry Report
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Nanotechnology forms part of the most promising areas of biomedicine. This paper reviews nano-film biomaterials, which are functional and thin nanoscopic films based on polymers that act as biocompatible interfaces. In addition, there are strategies towards films that have independent mechanical rigidity and controllable bioactivity.
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Saving the Future of Our Planet Chemistry Case Study
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Ways in which human beings use to meet their energy needs have drastically evolved from the use of wind and water to coal and recently nuclear fuel. Nuclear fuel was believed to be environmentally friendly compared to others but this turned out to be untrue. All these forms of fuel release harmful gasses to the environment.
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PM 2.5 Pollution Is Poisonous Chemistry Essay
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Particulate Matter, commonly known as PM, is a collection of fine particles of either solid or liquid matter suspended in the atmosphere. The particles normally have a diameter of less than 2.5 micrometers. The size of particles is normally measurable by an aerodynamic diameter, which aids in determining the category of a particle.
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The Level of the Key Biomarkers Chemistry Lab Report
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Patient A was classed as either normal or impaired fasting hypoglycaemic. Patients B and E were diagnosed as fasting hypoglycaemic since they had significantly lower blood glucose levels at fasting (1.0nmol/ml and 1.1nmol/ml). Patient B also had increased concentrations of insulin and C-peptide (1.70nmol/ml and 0.60nmol/ml). Conversely, Patient D had diabetes mellitus. 
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Insertion of Unsaturated Species Into M-C Bonds in Cyclometallated Complexes Chemistry Lab Report
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Cyclometallated compounds that incorporate internal imine functionality are proposed as intermediates in a number of organic transformations. Cyclometallated metal complexes which include a nitrogen donor atom are known to possess excellent photoreduction property and reactivity towards C-H bond functionalization reactions.
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Determining the Relationships Between Pressure, Temperature and Volume Chemistry Lab Report
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The three Gas Laws have dependent and independent variables, and altering the independent variable would result in the dependent variable to change. It was found that changing the pressure of gas caused an inverse change in the pressure it exerted, changing the temperature caused a change in the pressure and changing the temperature of gas caused the volume to change.
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Scientific Challenges Chemistry Literature review
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Amyloidogenesis is another problem. It involves the purification of the recombinant protein that originates from diverse systems such as animal cells and bacteria. In this process, the proteins combine to form inclusions and take the amyloid form. As a result, the amyloid hinders the manufacture of therapeutic proteins by pharmacists. 
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Corrosion Lab Chemistry Lab Report
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Galvanic corrosion occurs when two metals, or rather a galvanic metal couple, are placed in a common electrolyte and are electrically connected. As observed during the experiment, the behavior of the two metals in the above conditions was dissimilar. One metal acted as the anode (corrodes) while the as the cathode.
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Tensile Lab Chemistry Report
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This laboratory set up got to study the tensile properties for aluminum and copper metals. The following apparatus was used to carry out the experiment: the TecQuipment’s laboratory which is the scale benchtop tensile testing machine, the Extensometer and the Dogbone which was shaped in different shaped samples of yellow brass.
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The Separation and Purification of Benzoin and Benzoic Acid Chemistry Lab Report
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The simplest methods utilize different solubility exhibited by most compounds in water compared to organic solvents. In this case, the experiment was based on the fact that benzoic acid is soluble in organic solvents as well as it is easily converted to water-soluble benzoate anion. In order to carry out this separation, a sealable funnel was used.
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Energy Transfer and Thermodynamics Chemistry Assignment
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This assignment also uses the table of thermodynamic data to calculate S and H for the given reactions, mathematically expresses Fouriers Law defining all the terms used within it, compares the values of thermal conductivity of metals, insulating materials and gases and explains the Stefen-Boltzman Law. 
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Analysis and Application of Voltammetry Chemistry Report
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With the modification of electrodes, they have found broad applications in areas of analysis that previously seemed improbable. As with any analytical method, precision and accuracy have been the theme and couple with this property, electrochemical analysis and voltammetry in particular with the added advantage of reducing cost and being less time-consuming. 
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Fiber Optics Chemistry Literature review
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A fiber-optic communication channel consists of three major components. They include the transmitter, information channel, and receiver. The generator converts electrical signals into light pulses. The information channel is made of thin silica, which transmits signals in the form of modulated light pulses.
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Determining the Formula of Hydrate Chemistry Lab Report
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Most solid chemical compounds contain some water in small amounts that may be adsorbed on the surface of the solids whereas other solid compounds contain large quantities of water that are chemically bonded to the crystal. Chemical compounds that contain discrete quantities of water molecules in their crystal structure are called hydrates.
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The Philosophy of Chemistry Chemistry Term Paper
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The neglect of chemistry by the philosophers of science has been unfortunate. Recent studies have proven that chemistry can contribute a tremendous deal of knowledge to overall science as it relates to sciences such as physics, psychology, and biology. These contributions include atomist, reductionism, chemical explanation, and physical law.
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Greenhouse Effect and Global Warming Chemistry Coursework
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Climate change has a negative impact on all living organisms in the natural environment either for the short-term and for the long-term. For short climate change, raise the sea level which will get over the coastal habitats everywhere, causing severe flooding, erosion, and disruption of low lying shorelines. 
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The Use of Pipettes Chemistry Lab Report
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Another experiment was carried out to make a stock solution and dilutions in order to achieve standard dilutions. Solutions are prepared with respect to their molar concentration and mass concentrations. The initial concentrations were diluted to achieve the required concentrations. As the dilution increased the concentration decreased.
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P-Amino Phenol Chemistry Report
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Generally, the compound is one of the three aminophenol isomers with the other two being 3-aminophenol and 2-aminophenol. Due to its slight hydrophilic properties, p-Amino phenol is moderately soluble in alcohol and can easily be dissolved in hot water. In the presence any base, p-amino phenol readily oxidizes steadily to form both cation and anion.
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Assessed Questions for Physical Chemistry Chemistry Assignment
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This assignment also explains what is meant by activation energy, Molar conductivity values, writes the full electronic configurations of the atoms and ions, calculates the wavelength of the radiation emitted by a hydrogen atom when an electron makes a transition, uses VSEPR theory to predict the shape of the molecule. 
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Is Climate Change Caused by Human Activities Chemistry Term Paper
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Climate change is the change in the significant weather of a given area that can take decades or more years to determine. Climate change can be statistically identified by measurement of the mean changes or the changes in the properties of the mean. Climate change refers to the overtime change of the climate.
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The Health Effect of Electromagnetic Radiation Chemistry Coursework
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Scientific experiments have not proved that EMF has health effects on humans, but there are unclear results of the negative relation on the strong concentration of EMF on the biological system. Some of these experiments were conducted with strong EMF or low frequency. There were no empirical studies to prove the relationship between health effects and the influence or presence of EMF.
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Grignard Reaction Chemistry Lab Report
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The overarching rationale of the experiment is gaining an understanding of the way Grignard reagents that are organometallic in nature can be employed in the generation of so-called carbon-carbon bonds. Organometallic compounds in themselves are of great use in many synthesis reactions in organic chemistry.
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FRET Based Method Chemistry Report
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Protein-directed imaging such as Green Fluorescent Protein remains an unreactive method to the glycosylation prompting our research team to design a metabolic functionalized sugar labeling approach to image particular structures on local glycoproteins. Regrettably, this devised approach is limited to the revelation of protein identity being labeled glycan.
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Conjugation of Carboxylic Acid to Gold Nano Tip Chemistry Lab Report
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The mechanical and electronic transport properties of the underlying 4-(methylthio) benzoic acid junctions are used density functional theory. The prevailing mathematical outcomes depict that the rupturing force of the 4-(methylthio) benzoic acid is approximately 0.6±0.1 nN0.6±0.1 nN as described within the experiment since they are extremely smaller. 
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Alkalinity in Natural Waters Chemistry Lab Report
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The alkalinity of a water sample is defined as the capacity for solutes it contains to react with acid and neutralize it. The alkalinity property of a sample can be determined by titration using a strong acid with the endpoint of the titration giving the pH at which almost all the solutes responsible for the alkalinity have reacted.
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Emulsion Technology Chemistry Lab Report
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An emulsion is a setup of two immiscible liquid phases with one of them dispersed throughout the other in the form of tiny and fine droplets. The phase consisting of tiny droplets is defined as the internal or disperse phase whereas the suspension phase is classified as the external or continuous phase. Water and oil are the two major constituents of pharmaceutical emulsions.
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Clinical Chemistry - Immunoassay Chemistry Lab Report
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The best curves were obtained from the results and displayed in the results as well on the IgG concentrations against the absorbance. There is a realization that the resultant curves from 1/2000 and 1/4000 dilutions utilized more antibodies. Monoclonal antibodies are more expensive and their affordability is limited.
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Mass-Spectrometer Design Chemistry Report
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The report also outlines an evaluation of the design specifications, as well as the limitations and recommendations pertaining to the subject in order to achieve better reliability regarding the use of the instrument. This is a report where one learns in detail the various design specifications as well as the reasoning for the purpose of the construction of the mass spectrometer.
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Fe Oxide Experiment-Solid State Chemistry - X-Ray Diffraction and Characterization of Fe Oxides Chemistry Lab Report
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In general, the underlying powder diffraction data are inappropriate for solving crystal structures. Rietveld method is the most recently utilized; however, it is far from importance since it operates best within comparatively simple cases. It is normally cumbersome to ensure that the unit cell is correct as the corresponding reflections overlap when resolving from each other.
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Pharmacological Effects of Si Wu Tang Chemistry Case Study
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Specifically, the study of Dai et al. (2002) shows that Si Wu Tang which is composed of 25, 100 microg/ml Paeoniae Radix and 100 microg/ml of Rehmanniae Radix and Chuanxiong Rhizoma has an antipruritic and anti-inflammatory effects when 250, 500 and 1000 mg/kg of Si Wu Tang decoction compound was administered to several mice with skin diseases.
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Metabolic and Biochemical Alterations Chemistry Assignment
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Although moderate exercise can benefit health, rigorous exercise regimes can be sometimes hazardous to health. Regular exercise will reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases. However the amount of exercise required to achieve beneficial effects has not been clearly defined but to gain maximum health benefits, the frequency, intensity and duration of exercise will be important determents.
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Nucleophillic Substitution Reaction Chemistry Essay
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Both SN1and SN2 components of bromobenzene do not undergo any reaction. It is attributable to bromobenzene stability and the fact that it has vinylic bromine and allylic, which are very stable.
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Introduction to Combustion and Fire Chemistry Assignment
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Units of quantities that are derived from these fundamental units are called derived units. These derived units can be expressed in terms of fundamental units. For example the unit of volume, litre, is derived from metres (1L = 0.001 m3), while the unit for force, Newton, is derived from mass, length, and time (1N=1kg m s-2). (Lewis & Evans 2006)
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Recombinant Proteins Chemistry Coursework
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The DNA sequences that store this type of particular information are known as ‘genes’, while the remaining DNA sequences help in regulating this stored genetic information. DNA is located mainly within the nucleus of a cell and is known as the nuclear DNA; however, there are small amounts of DNA located within the mitochondrial cell, which is known as the mitochondrial DNA or mDNA.
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Production of a Standard Curve Between Absorbance and Direct Bacteria Account Chemistry Lab Report
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The result was positive, because the S. aureus and E.coli grow around the filter paper, so the measure inhibition zone for each compound of sliver with different concentration is zero. As a result, it means that 1PPM of each compound of silver does not work for killing bacteria.
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Determination of the Kinetic Constants With Three Alcohol Substrates Chemistry Lab Report
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Yeast ADH has a high affinity for propane -1-ol as suggested by its Km value which is lower than that of ethanol (Table 3). However, the negative value obtained for Km in the case of butane-1-ol suggests that the concentration of the substrate might have been too low since the enzyme concentration used had been tripled.
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Carbon Monoxide as a Chemical Hazard in the Workplace Chemistry Coursework
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Carbon Monoxide is a poisonous chemical. Its use in the manufacture of different products cannot be ignored. At the same time, the health hazards related to it must also not be ignored. It is the moral duty of every employer to ensure the maximum safety of his workers. The workers must also follow all the necessary steps to avoid any accidents. 
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Role of Chemistry in Pharmaceutical Industry Chemistry Coursework
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Dr. Roland Collicott explained in Analytical chemistry as it is the study of the separation, identification, and quantification of the chemical components of natural and artificial materials. It plays a significant role in the development of a new drug by assuring the quality of the raw materials used ascertaining the safety of new agents.
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Chemical Engineering - Evaporator Mass and Energy Balance, and Mechanical Design Chemistry Research Paper
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Production of the most highly purified crystalline products from the entire system process to meet industrial needs. Moreover, safe disposal of the industrial waste product stream without causing harm to personnel within the industry or in the neighbourhood through concentration and or best methods available. 
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Validation Exercise in Measurement of Iron Chemistry Lab Report
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The results bear notable accuracy and precision. Similarly, Molecular Spectroscopy – Colorimetric assay, the results also are linear despite the fact that they do not possess a high degree of accuracy. On the other hand, both REDOX and cation Exchange chromatography represents results with a low degree of linearity. 
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Oxygen the Ubiquitous Element Chemistry Coursework
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Sulfur Dioxide: It is used for purification of sugar and petroleum. It is used as a disinfectant and preservative. It is also used as a bleaching agent for wool and silk. It is used for making sulfuric acid which is an important chemical reagent. It is also used as a solvent for many chemical reagents.
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A Foundation Tier Chemistry: Bonding and Structure Chemistry Assignment
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The carbonyl group in HCHO is least crowded in the transition state and is more open to attack. So, the reactivity of HCHO is highest during nucleophilic addition. An extra methyl group in acetaldehyde increases crowding in the transition state. The carbonyl group here is not as susceptible to attack as in HCHO. 
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Difference Between Pasteurized and Homogenized Milk Chemistry Essay
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When shopping, you will come across several milk alternatives, which for a while, now have been available in the market. However, cow milk is still the basic option for many families all over the world.
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Organic Chemistry: How Vitamin B Works on the Body Chemistry Coursework
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It was concluded that vitamin B12 is required for the production of the red blood corpuscles and the lack of this vitamin leads to anemia at all ages. By providing B12 artificially to the patients suffering from anemia, the increase in the RBC count was found after 4 weeks which concludes that Vitamin B12 is essential for the human body.
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