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Elements, Mixtures and Compounds

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Elements, Mixtures and Compounds Your Name University Schools Number and Name of Course (e.g., May 13, 2012) Elements, Mixtures and Compounds 1) Describe in detail the difference between a mixture and a compound.  A mixture comprises of two or more substances that are not held together by chemical bonds…
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Organic and Inorganic Compounds

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The present essay under the title "Organic and Inorganic Compounds" dwells on the principal difference between organic and inorganic compounds. As the author of the following text puts it, there are two main classes of compounds, organic and inorganic…
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Volatile organic Compounds

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I used the gas chromatography electron capture detector method so that I could determine the levels of chlorinated compounds in the water. From the test carried…
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Volatile Organic Compounds in School

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Volatile Organic Compounds in School Table of Contents I. Introduction 3 II. Volatile Organic Compounds - Prevalence 4 III. Volatile Organic Compounds in Schools 6 Works Cited 9 I. Introduction This paper discusses volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in schools…
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Health Risks Associated With Volatile Organic Compounds

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This literature review "Health Risks Associated With Volatile Organic Compounds" discusses how diffusion through materials can reduce room air concentrations, which can affect ventilation requirements. VOC levels in indoor air is an important issue of indoor air pollution because most humans spend an average amount of 90% of their time indoors…
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Review of Endocrine-Disrupting Compounds and Pharmaceuticals

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This work called "Review of Endocrine-Disrupting Compounds and Pharmaceuticals" describes the mechanisms of their effects on human health and the latest water treatment aimed at removing these compounds. The author outlines the reasons for pollution in the North Sea. …
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Volatile organic compounds/ soot hair spray

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Volatile organic compounds (VOC) are hazardous air pollutants that include aerosols, asbestos, carbon monoxide released from gas fumes, dust gas fumes, paints, soot, and other resultant compounds such as decane, heptane, ethylbenzene and nonane (Gibson et al 5). Carbon is a…
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Industrially Significant Elements and Compounds of Steel

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The author describes the steel alloy whereby iron predominates and carbon is used. Carbon is normally below 2 percent in content in the alloy. Good qualities of steel are ensured by modifying the concentration of carbon. Silicon and phosphorous are used for the steel produced is of high quality. …
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Oxygen releasing compounds in groundwater remediation

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We all are the distinguished owners of this world we live and have an obligation to protect it. The environment is what surrounds us, the soil, water, animals and all the other things. We are the…
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How do we identify trends in physical properties Ionic Compounds

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IDENTIFYING TRENDS IN PHYSICAL PROPERTIES PERTAINING TO IONIC COMPOUNDS Ionic bonds can typically be characterized as brittle, likely forming hard solids or crystalline particulates. Distant relative placement on the periodic table between raw elements increases the likelihood of ionic bonds forming based on the differences in electronegativity…
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Modern Environmental Crimes and Toxic Waste Sites: Volatile Organic Compounds

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The purpose of this paper "Modern Environmental Crimes and Toxic Waste Sites: Volatile Organic Compounds" is to examine the issue of modern environmental crimes with a special focus on volatile organic compounds (VOCs) as typical examples of toxic wastes…
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The Importance of Diet and Aging (Antioxidant's and intinflammatory compounds)

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The Importance of Diet and Aging When you pick up a magazine or watch television, chances are that you will see a lot of commercials or ads to buy the newest anti-aging product. There are wrinkle creams, exercise devices and many opportunities for diets from the South Beach Diet to eth Food Lover’s Fat Loss System…
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Nutritional Aspects of Exercise: Steroids & Steroid-like compounds by J.Blue and J.Lombardo

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Following the overwhelming desire by athletes to win,most of them have turned to ergogenic compounds in a bid to gain the required edge.Some have resulted in the use of steroids and non steroid compounds without adequate information regarding to the same…
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The effectiveness of Chemical Compounds in Brassica vegetables in the Prevention of Colorectal Cancer

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(Name) (Professor) (Subject) (Date) The Effectiveness of Chemical Compounds in Brassica Vegetables in the Prevention of Colorectal Cancer Introduction It is believed that improper diet and many other factors related to it account for nearly 30-40% of cases of cancers (Kumar & Andy, 2011)…
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Environmental Effects Statement for the proposed (Persistent Organic Compounds) storage and treatment facility

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[Statement of Environmental Effect] By Insert Your Name Presented to Course Institution Name, Location Date Due Abstract A Statement of Environmental Effects (SEE) is a basic requisite in project implementation. This is essentially a documentation that providesthe relevant plans, a completed application form, and a statement of environmental effects…
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What is the difference between an ionic and a covalent bond How is each formed Explain why ionic compounds dissolve more easily in water than covalent compounds. Include a specific example of each type of compound and the result when each is placed i

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The questions include topics such as ionic and a covalent bonds, ionic compounds, covalent compounds and polymers. Thus the answers give a clearer picture of the topics related to chemistry.
A compound or a molecule is…
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Volitile Organic compunds (VOC's) / soot hair spray
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Higher vapor pressure confirms low boiling point, and ensures rapid vaporization at ambient temperatures. The Solvent Commission Directive states that VOCs…
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Critical Thinking Assignment
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These properties are determined by the arrangement of the atoms, the electro negativity attraction and the number of molecules in an atom (John 54). The…
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Sociology 101
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Mixtures are forms of matter described as heterogeneous and composed of variable proportions of molecules and atoms (“Mixtures and Compounds”, 2011). Compounds are forms of matter that are homogeneous and composed of elements in fixed proportions (“Mixtures and…
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Fireworks
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Fireworks are a group of pyrotechnic devices invented by the Chinese Sung dynasty. They have been used for public displays, personal entertainment and religious purposes. They have also been used in agriculture to scare off birds…
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Solubility Equilibriya
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Date Inorganic Chemistry and its daily applications Introduction Inorganic chemistry entails the study of all chemical compounds which comprises all elements with the exception of carbon. Chem. 102 which is the introduction to inorganic chemistry involves the study of the properties and reactions of all elements on the periodic table…
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Organic Chemistry
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Organic chemistry it the chemistry of the element carbon, but also includes other elements such as nitrogen and oxygen. While it was originally believed to be the basis for all life, carbon was originally believed to be the only things running life processes. …
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Role of Chemistry in Pharmaceutical Industry
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"Role of Chemistry in Pharmaceutical Industry" paper focuses on medicinal chemistry which is the application of techniques related to medical research to the synthesis of pharmaceuticals. Today, scientists in this ground are equally anxious about the creation of new synthetic drug compounds…
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Nursing - Use of Herbals
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Use of Herbals Introduction For many years, herbals have been used to treat various conditions like, liver diseases, asthma, and rheumatoid arthritis among others (Cassileth, Yeung, and Gubili & 2008). There is also an increase in the use of these compounds among people living with HIV/AIDS…
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The Universe
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One of the differences between a mixture and a compound is that a mixture can be separated by physical methods while a compound can only be separated by chemical methods. The…
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Medicine. Chemistry

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When medicine is being discovered, a lot of chemistry is used for example the first step involves the identification of new active compounds called hits, which are found by screening many compounds for the desired biological properties. (Nelapa, Rolfle and Harper, 2006).
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Amine/organic Chemistry

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The amines are primarily, a derivative of ammonia where the hydrogen atoms are replaced by alkyl or aryl group to form amine compounds. They are also a form of functional group that…
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Organic Chemistry Lab

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Insoluble impurities, although very. undesirable, will not affect the melting point.
Question 3-Three test tubes, labeled A, B, and C, contain…
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Chapter 24

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24.1 Carbon is able to form so many more compounds as compared to other elements because the carbon atom has a unique ability to form strong covalent bonds with other carbon atoms. This can result in long stable carbon chains and therefore a large number of compounds.
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Lab report
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Lethal Concentration 50 and lethal Dose 50 are some of the measurement criterion for toxicity. Lethal Concentration 50 is the concentration of a substance,…
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Antibacterial
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Antibacterials Abstract Search for compounds that has the potential of killing or retarding the growth of bacteria is an exciting area of chemical research. Such compounds known as antibacterial can be isolated from living organisms, obtained via chemical modification of natural compounds, or synthesized…
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Choose a topic and do a 2 pages reseach on it. (Topics are in the intructions)

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(Ensminger, 1994, p. 179) These compounds can occur naturally (in soil and water) and can also be made by man (nitrogen containing fertilizers). The organic materials decomposed in soil and release ammonia…
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Mixture and compound
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Compounds and Mixtures, Ionic and Covalent Bonds Name: College: Compounds and Mixtures, Ionic and Covalent Bonds A mixture is a substance that is composed of two or more elements mixed physically but not chemically bonded (Patten, 1995). Simple physical means such as filtering, use of a magnet or picking if the elements have big grains can separate mixtures (Phillips, 1998)…
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English compounding phenomena: morphological vs. syntactic
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The English language is considered one of the harder languages to learn later in life due to the structure of words and the usage of compounding terms. Based on our association with the English language, this exploration of the phenomenon of compounding plays a part in adding to the lexical library stored in our brain. …
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Dangerous Properties of Materials
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Human Exposure to Mercury Introduction Environmental protection agency (EPA) has listed mercury among the five most toxic substances affecting human as well as environmental health adversely. The mutagenic, teratogenic and carcinogenic toxicity effects of mercury vary with the form of mercury, dose, and routes of exposure…
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Polyproplene and KRATON
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When it comes to thermoplastic structure, manufacturers are expected to deliver the ultimate in toughness, rigidity, and resistance in terms of handling thermal deformation. INEOS O&P has created a polyproylene material that delivers those very material characteristics. The…
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Organic compound boiling points
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Organic Compound Boiling Points Name: Institution: ORGANIC COMPOUND BOILING POINTS 1-hexanol is a 6 carbon chain organic alcohol and has a boiling point of 428-432 K. 3-Methyl-1-Butanol is also known as isoamyl alcohol and has a boiling point of 404K. 1-Pentanol, also known as n-pentanol, has a boiling point of 410-412 K while 3-Methyl-2-Butanone has a boiling point of 367-368K…
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Explore your favorite object
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For the layman, it is the product, which is sold in packs and identified as glucose, while an informed person understands it to be a compound, that may exist on its own, or together with other compounds. In either case, however, an…
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Biochemical identification-qualitative analysis
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In the experiment, present of calcium ions, chloride ions, reducing sugars, polysaccharides, lipids, carbohydrates, amino acids, nucleic acids and peptides tests were done using various methods…
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Thin-Layer Chromatographic Analysis
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Here it is necessary to carry out the thin layer chromatographic analysis to identify the compounds present in the swallowed tablets and, using this composition, to establish…
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Energy and Metabolism, Nutrition and Digestive System
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The paper "Energy and Metabolism, Nutrition and Digestive System" states that energy is what we need to perform our daily chores. But actually, our body needs the energy to function normally, for example, to maintain a state of homeostasis, for the heart to pump blood and kidneys to filter it etc. …
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Reactivity of M-C bonds and catalytic formation of heterocycles
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Reactivity of M-C Bonds and Catalytic Formation of Heterocycles By [Name of Student] [Name of Institution] [Word Count] [Date] Introduction Heterocyclic compounds are among the most interesting and widely studied aspect of organic chemistry. In principle, a heterocyclic compound refers to a compound that has at atoms from at least two elements in its rings…
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In The News Week 3
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The article announces a discovery that there were several compounds in the earth that enabled the reactions that produced biomolecules necessary for life. The contents try to solve the mystery of how genetic molecules such as DNA and RNA…
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Biotechnology in agriculture
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Some fruits are sweet and some are source due to presence of certain characteristic compounds that play a vital role in determining the taste of the fruit and each fruit has different proportion of the compounds. The important compounds can alter the taste are proteins, starch, carbohydrates, lactic acid, citric acid, fructose, glucose, and sugar…
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Chemical compound
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They come in various forms that include White spirits, some dry cleaning substances, among others. The debate on mineral spirits and their increasing danger to the society is widely discussed…
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Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology
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The author of this essay "Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology" comments on the biological substances. According to the text, an organic compound with CH2O formula, Formaldehyde, is the basic form of aldehyde and its methodological name is methanol. …
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BIOTECHNOLOGY:

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Pharmaceuticals and/ or biotechnology companies spend billions and take an average of ten to fifteen years to discover and bring a new drug to the public. The drug discovery and development process ensures that only safe and effective pharmaceutical products are brought to the…
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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…
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Drug Designing with the Aid of Computers
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The advent of Computers has assisted the human society by innumerable means. Transforming the society into something that it was never like before, computers have become an integral part of our society…
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Causes of lung cancer
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Name English Instructor Date Causes of Lung Cancer Lung cancer is an ailment that is associated with the development of uncontrolled cell growth in the alveoli of the lungs, which leads to abnormal tissue growth or tumors. The disease is highly dangerous and the chances of survival of lung cancer patient are minimal…
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