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NIPPON and JOHTUN paint

NIPPON and JOHTUN Paint Contents 1 “DETERMINATION OF LEVEL OF TOXICITY IN DIFFERENT BRAND OF LATEX (WATER) BASED PAINT” 2 ABSTRACT 3 1. INTRODUCTION 4 1.1 LATEX PAINT 5 1.2 AIM OR SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDIES 6 1.3 RESEARCH QUESTION 7 2. HYPOTHESIS 8 3. VARIABLES 3.1 Independent Variable 3.1.1 Paint’s Samples 9 3.1.2 Paint’s …

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Organic Compounds

Organic Compounds Organic compound From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Methane is one of the simplest organic compoundsAn organic compound is any member of a large class of chemical compounds whose molecules contain carbon. For historical reasons discussed below, a few types of carbon-containing compounds such as carbonates, simple oxides of carbon …

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Why Life Chose Carbon

Why Life Chose Carbon Why life chose Carbon? It is the second most abundant element in the human body-18% of the wet weight. Molecules based on carbon-known as organic molecules because of their occurrence in living matter-constitute the majority of molecules found in living organisms from plants to people. 1 of the 4 special features …

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Definition Of Nuclear Weapon

Definition of Nuclear Weapon Contents 1 Atomic Bomb 2 Work Cited Atomic Bomb   How can you define a Nuclear Weapon? What consequences can a nuclear weapon cause to the humanity? What can be done to prevent a nuclear War? How does nuclear weapon work?   According to International campaign to abolish nuclear weapons, nine …

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Possible Future of Nuclear Energy

Possible Future of Nuclear Energy Contents 1 The Future of Nuclear Energy 2 Abstract 3 Introduction 4 World treaties and Paris agreement 5 Climate change and carbon emissions 6 Ideal solutions for climate change 7 The need for nuclear energy 8 Type of nuclear energy 9 Technological issues 10 Social issues 11 Political issues 12 …

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The structure of an atom

An atom has protons and electrons. The protons are placed in the nucleus of the atom while the electrons are situated in the orbital shell of the atom. The way these electrons are positioned is known as the electron configuration. Each shell can hold a certain amount of electrons before moving onto the next shell. …

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Atomic Spectrometry procedure as viewed by a laboratory test

Lab Discussion Experiment 14: Atomic Spectroscopy In this experiment students have the opportunity to notice and acknowledge how the process of spectrometry actually works and they can also observe how different substances emit different colors due to the specific wavelength that is emitted. The objectives of this experiment were accomplished through the initial spectroscope calibration …

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Investigation into the success of the plan that ended World War II by attacking Japan with Atomic Bomb

Was the Atomic Bomb an Effective Usage of Strategic Bombing? On August 14, 1945, after the atomic bombing, Japan surrendered to the Allied states in World War II. To this day, there are arguments as to whether the usage of the atomic bombs was necessary to end the war. We intend to analyze whether the …

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Electron Impact Ionization Of Atoms And Ions

Electron impact ionization of atoms and ions is one of the most fundamental collision processes in atomic and molecular physics. Knowledge of ionization and excitation cross sections is of fundamental importance for understanding collision dynamics and electron -atom interactions, as well as in several applied fields such as radiation science, astrophysics, Auger electron spectroscopy (AES), …

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