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Physics : Atomic Absorption ( Aa ) Spectroscopy

- Theory: Atomic Absorption (AA) Spectroscopy is a quantitative analysis technique that uses the absorption of light through a flame and gaseous chemicals. AA Spectroscopy can be used for a multitude of purposes, most notably finding the concentration of one or a few elements in a compound. AA Spectroscopy can work in two different ways using an open flame and gaseous chemicals or a graphite furnace. Flame AA Spectroscopy works by taking a compound or element and disassociating it into an aqueous solution....   [tags: Spectroscopy, Chemistry, Absorption spectroscopy]

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Effects of Surfactants on Suppository Absorption

- ... However, drugs may not be suitable to be delivered orally in some circumstances. Young children, elderly, those experiencing nausea, vomiting and unconscious patients, face difficulty or even unable to swallow the medicines [1]. In these cases, rectal route becomes a good alternative in drug delivery. Rectal route is also suitable for drugs that irritate the stomach mucosa when taken orally and for drugs that act locally at the rectum area and there will not be any fear about the acceptability of the taste of drugs in paediatric patients....   [tags: drugs, paracetamol, rectal]

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The Israeli Ministry Of Absorption

- Similar to immigrants who journeyed to the United States with an “American Dream,” Russians arrived in Israel with high expectations and believing promises that were made to them. Unfortunately, some promises were “deceitful,” such as portraying the city of Ariel in the West Bank “as a university town in the center” (Glozman, 2013). While immigrants were facing immediate instabilities, the burdens of their situation accentuated Israel’s larger economic vulnerability. According to the Middle East Research and Information Project: The Israeli Ministry of Absorption developed a “direct method” whereby immigrants have free choice on where to settle; they are not directed to an absorption cente...   [tags: Israel, Judaism, Ethiopia, Beta Israel]

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The Absorption of Dada

- The Absorption of Dada Dada and Surrealism are two similar forms of art, not in appearance, but in the subject matter, and the role of the viewer. The Quote ”Dada became absorbed into Surrealism which then became the Dadaism of the successful.” is a statement of truth. Dada was developed in Switzerland, just after the Great War, now known as World War One. It was a cry against reason and logic. The people were misled by the government, science and art. If everything that was supposes to be good and logical was demolished by the insanity of war....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Lab Report On Sound Absorption Coefficient

- Sound Absorption Coefficient March 31 2015 To investigate the frequencies (200 Hz – 6300 Hz) dependence of the sound absorption co-efficient for Porous absorber material sample and Hardboard (helmholz absorber) in front of Porous sample using Standing Wave tube for absorption coefficient. Laboratory Experiment Page of content: Sound Absorption Coefficient I am writing to provide a review and report on Sound Absorption Coefficient Laboratory Experiment. Background, Relevance and Aim: Sound waves are produced by continuous vibration which can travel through the air or any other medium, sound can be heard when reach human ear or any other sound receiver, sound is form of energy and the...   [tags: Sound, Acoustics, Frequency]

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The Effect of Absorption Rate on Light and Dark Colored Leaves

- The Effect of Absorption Rate on Light and Dark Colored Leaves. A particular leaf color may have an effect on the leaf’s absorption rate. An experiment was conducted to determine the relationship between a leaf’s absorption rate and color. A group of students tested spinach, cabbage, and no chloroplast solutions to determine the relationship it has with the absorption rate. It was found that darker colored leaves have a higher absorption rate than lighter colored leaves when analyzed from the graphs....   [tags: sunlight, chlorophyll, photosynthesis]

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The Absorption Spectrum of Chlorophyll

- The Absorption Spectrum of Chlorophyll Water + carbon dioxide → glucose + oxygen 6H2O + 6CO2 → C6H12O6 + 6O2 Absorption Spectrum An absorption spectrum shows which wavelength of light a molecule absorbs. Action Spectrum An action spectrum shows the effect of each wavelength of light on the rate of photosynthesis The absorption spectrum of chlorophyll is very similar to the action spectrum of photosynthesis. This is evidence that chlorophyll absorbs light for photosynthesis....   [tags: Papers]

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X-ray Absorption and X-ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy

- ... X-Ray Fluorescence Microscopy (XFM): The basic principle behind the X-ray Fluorescence microscopy (XFM) is the exposure of X-ray beam on the sample. The technique is employed to establish the elemental concentrations for wide range of samples in multiple locations of cells and tissue samples. It has excellent sensitivity for the detection of trace elements. This technique is enabling to image the whole cell along with the quantification of elements on the per cell basis. This is because of the large penetration depth of the hard X-rays used....   [tags: relativistic electrons in accelerators]

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Using Polymers to Replace Absorption Glass Mats

- This report outlines the evaluation for replacing an absorption glass mat (AGM) with a polymer mat to be used in a valve regulated lead acid (VRLA) battery. AGMs are expensive and exhibit low tensile strength, so polymers were investigated to both decrease cost and improve the properties of the mat. Initially the important properties of the mat were assumed to be chemical inertness in aqueous acid, stability towards oxidation and heat, wettability and contact angle, porosity, and tensile strength....   [tags: Materials Engineering]

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Teenage Self Absorption Portrayed in The Bling Ring

- Checkout lines in grocery stores and waiting rooms both offer people the option to look through or buy magazines. Those magazines do not present news around the world, but they sure do give a lot gossip about people that nobody really knows personally. Many individuals have some serious obsessions, and celebrities have become a major one. It is impossible to go into a public place or open a website without some type of hint of the famous and the rich. They are all over our ads and our products....   [tags: Sofia Coppola movie, film analysis]

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Analysis of the Absorption of Green Light Versus Red Light Absorption in Spinach Leaves

- Analysis of the Absorption of Green Light Versus Red Light Absorption in Spinach Leaves The goal of the experiment was to determine if green light had less ability to absorb than red light in spinach leaves. This was done by separating the photosynthetic pigments (chlorophyll a, chlorophyll b, carotene and xanthophylls) from one another using paper chromatography. The separated pigments were then analyzed for their absorption spectrum using a spectrographometer. When the data was graphed it clearly showed the higher rate of red light absorption over green light....   [tags: Photosynthesis Experiments Science Biology Essays]

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Determining The Absorption Spectrum For Pigments From Fresh Green Grass

- Determining the Absorption Spectrum for Pigments from Fresh Green Grass Life in earth is powered by many factors, one of them is the capacity of photosynthetic organisms to capture light energy and convert it to chemical energy. The process of photosynthesis is essential for all living organisms because through it the cycle of life is support it. In first place, plants convert sunlight, carbon dioxide from the air, water and minerals from the soil into glucose and pure oxygen. Then, that glucose and oxygen is used in various forms by every creature on the planet....   [tags: Photosynthesis, Chlorophyll]

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Absorption/Full Costing, Variable/Marginal Costing, and Activity Based Accounting

- Introduction The contained paper has been prepared with objectives of elaborating over the three different costing methods namely, Absorption/Full Costing, Variable/Marginal Costing, and Activity Based accounting. The first segment of the report seeks to define and illustrate the costing methods based on the personal understanding of the writer gained through the class room and the academic readings. Part two of the report takes a form of short essay, written critically to evaluate the application of standard costing and variance analysis to any size of business, and concludes with a verdict that whether or not standard costing and variance analysis is applicable to each business with consid...   [tags: Activity Based Accounting]

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How Absorption Of Bodily Fluids And Electrolytes Are Maintained Throughout The Body

- Re-absorption in the kidney and associated abnormalities Bodily Fluids The balance of bodily fluids and electrolytes are maintained throughout the body, within this assignment I will describe the kidneys role in this process via filtration and re-absorption of fluids, electrolytes and acid/base buffers along with their function. Water Water is essential for our bodies function and accounts for around 60% of the bodies makeup which has a huge role in our lives, including regulation of temperature, transportation of nutrients, protection from trauma and among others the ability to dissolve minerals and nutrients for our body’s needs....   [tags: Kidney, Nephron, Blood, Kidney anatomy]

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Correlation of Wood Type and Surface Coatings with the Resistance of Water Absorption

- ... I proceeded to place the wood treated with latex paint and oil based stain in their corresponding buckets. I covered each bucket with plastic wrap to prevent the evaporation of water, which would greatly interfere with my results, and secured the wrap with a rubber band. I then covered the buckets with a lid and placed them in my basement. I left them untouched for seven days, from December 21, 2013 to December 28, 2013, at a constant temperature of about 21.17C (room temperature). On December 28, the end of the seventh day, I removed each piece of wood from the buckets, but allowed any extra water clinging to it to drip back into the bucket for fifteen seconds....   [tags: softwoods or hardwoods, maple, poplar ]

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I Am At Stage 7 : Generativity Versus Self Absorption ( Middle Adulthood )

- After reading about all the different stages, I believe that I am at Stage 7: Generativity versus Self-Absorption (Middle Adulthood). The reason I find myself at this stage is because I’m already passed stage six where I have found someone that I’m comfortable with sharing my life, its successes and failures with, I can trust that individual and rely on him to help me when needed and encourage me to be strong and keep pushing forward. He has been supportive of me being a figure skating coach and my choice to be a future elementary school teacher....   [tags: Education, Need, Want, Teacher]

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The Absorption of Religions

- I am Wiccan, which is a religion of present day witchcraft. My mother’s family is shaman; my father’s side of the family is Roman Catholic. Wicca has many divisions and subdivisions from Quaker Wicca to Hoodoo Wicca and from Shaman Wicca to Pagan Wicca. It’s as though Wicca absorbed, immersed, other religions and cultural traits. But, looking at Christianity, it seems like that religion absorbed other religions and cultural traits as well. Such reflection was noted in Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol with examples that were really shocking to read....   [tags: Christianity and Paganism]

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Self-absorption in Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness

- Self-absorption in Heart of Darkness      The story Heart of Darkness is a study in the benefits , and setbacks, of self absorption. Through out the story there is a constant emphasis on the fact that self absorption will get you what you want and help you to survive. At the same time there is the constant moral objection. Almost the entire book is spent showing the positive aspects of self absorption. The life it will give you and the ability to keep that life going as long as possible....   [tags: Heart Darkness essays]

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Self-Absorption in Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms

- Self-Absorption in Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms Catherine Barkley and Frederick Henry, the main characters in Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms are two of the most self-absorbed characters I have ever come across. Frederick Henry thinks only of what he wants while Catherine worries only about what Frederick thinks and wants. They are constantly thinking only about themselves, which is why I believe that it was a good thing that the baby was not born alive. They are too absorbed in themselves to think of anyone else....   [tags: Hemingway Farewell Arms]

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Cost and Management Accounting: Improving Cost and Cost Control

- Cost and management accounting is an integral element in preparation of an entity’s financial reports. Cost accounting consists of various branches, including; job and process costing, absorption costing, traditional costing and activity based costing. An efficient costing system allows managers and other users of financial reports to make decisions to better the company, in reducing and stream-lining costs, to improve overall profits. The way in which managers achieve this can be a rigorous and time consuming task, however, if a costing system can be perfected, productivity and general cost reduction can be achieved and an overall more efficient operation of the business will ensue....   [tags: financial reports, absorption, business]

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Calcium: Helping Our Nerves Function

- ... Lesser-impact side effects involve muscle twitching, insomnia, and confusion. Toxicity: Although it is not common to take in excess amount of calcium, it certainly is possible. One common cause of excess calcium is the overuse of calcium supplements. Amounts greater than 2,000 mg a day may lead to hypercalcemia, which can occur from hormonal imbalance and milk alkali syndrome. Long-standing effects of too much calcium can lead to kidney stones, constipation, and reduction of iron, magnesium, zinc, and phosphorus....   [tags: damage, deficiency, bone, absorption]

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Achieving Ionic Equilitbrium in Marine Fish

- ... Essential to intestinal fluid processing, and ultimately to intestinal water absorption, is the production of luminal divalent carbonate precipitates in the intestine of marine teleosts (Grosell, 2006; Grosell, 2011; Kurita et al., 2008; Walsh et al., 1991; Wilson et al., 2002). Luminal precipitate formation requires high concentrations of divalent ions and a chemically favorable high pH. The high divalent ion content required for precipitate formation is supplied by the high calcium content of imbibed seawater, that reaches the intestine in a concentration range that varies between 3-15 mM depending on the species (Fuentes et al., 2006; Genz et al., 2011; Wilson et al., 2002)....   [tags: water, fluid, absorption, intestine]

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Crime and Punishment: Rodion Romanovich Raskolnikov

- Throughout the novel of Crime and Punishment, and any work of fiction at that, the characters exhibit specific personality traits that dictate their make-ups, social interactions and behaviors. These characterizations control the overall development of the story. Characters’ personalities play a vital role in analyzing and understanding character development as well as underlying themes, especially in the novel at hand. Specifically, the central character Rodion Romanovich Raskolnikov illustrates the conflict between good and evil in one’s personality....   [tags: conflict, egoism and self-absorption]

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Voltage Multiplier Technique

- This paper introduces the use of the voltage multiplier technique and passive absorption circuit applied to the non-isolated dc-dc converter in order to obtain high efficiency and high voltage gain. A passive absorption circuit is inserted in the interleaved flyback converter to transfer the leakage energy to load. The operation principle of the circuit is explained. This paper also deals with MPPT controlled high step up dc-dc converter. The switching element used in the flyback converter is MOSFETs, which is completely on and completely off....   [tags: passive absorption circuit]

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Waste Removal Experiment

- Introduction Millions tons of waste are discharged into tenvironment every day that most of it is dumped in landfills or discharged into rivers and seas without prior treatment. Waste has become a critical problem, especially for densely areas. The amount of waste in Banda Aceh City in 2012 amounted to 160 tons/day [1]. One of waste management can be done by burning process in incineration that produce emitted gases such as SO2, HCl, CO2 and others. Various of processes technology about removal of harmful emissions gas has been made....   [tags: Temperature, Absorption, Sorbents]

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Iron Absorption From The Whole Diet: Comparison Of The Effect Of Two D

- Iron Absorption from the Whole Diet: Comparison of the Effect of Two Different Distributions of Daily Calcium Intake Hypothesis - If a woman distributes her daily intake of calcium by having less of it in her lunch and dinner meals and more in her breakfast and evening meals, then this would reduce the inhibitory effects calcium has on heme iron and nonheme iron absorption. Background Information - This experiment is one of many that addresses calcium’s inhibitory affects on iron absorption. In 1994, the Consensus Development Panel in Optimal Calcium Intake suggested an increase of the current Recommended Dietary Allowances of calcium(Whiting, p.77)....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Uses Of Real Time Sensor

- The use of real time sensor to measure PM levels has aid the direct measurements where the instrument capture the properties of particles continuously. Koehler and Peters (2015) listed the recent PM and BC monitors with different measurement principles including mass-based and light-scattering instruments. The key advantages and disadvantages of the instruments are also compiled which aid to expand knowledge base of measurement techniques to be employed for PM monitoring. BC concentrations are commonly measured using optical techniques established from aerosols light absorption and this procedure has considered being non-destructive to the filter sample materials....   [tags: Air pollution, Particulate, Absorption, Photon]

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The Advantages of Absorbtion Costing

- Absorption costing is defined as a method that includes all manufacturing costs, such as direct labor, indirect labor, variable overheads and fixed overheads. This approach also as called as full costing approach. Nowadays, a lot of companies use absorption costing method for external financial reporting purpose, matching concept is used in absorption costing. Assets like inventory affects the company’s ability to earn more profit, so in accounting field it match the expenses with the revenues that they produce is important....   [tags: companies, finances, manipulation]

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Sound and Frequency

- What comes to mind when someone says the word wave. Maybe you picture yourself waving your hand to say hello, or a wave on the ocean. In physics, a wave can be defined as a a repeating and periodic disturbance that travels through a medium and transfers energy from one point to another. This disturbance, or variation, can move up, down, forward or back, just think of the waves in the ocean. The medium is the substance or material that carries the wave, for instance, with ocean waves the medium would be the water itself....   [tags: wavelength, absorption]

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Building ia Bumper

- Building a Bumper Metal bumpers are the superior choice over the plastic or fiberglass ones that come stock on most new vehicles. Metal is much stronger than a plastic or fiberglass one and is more damage resistant if wrecked or used in off-road conditions that might have potential harm to the front end of your vehicle. The cost of a metal bumper is less than that of its opponents and offers better protection. Metal will also protect the vehicle in higher speed crashes, because the stock bumpers on vehicles only have to be able to withstand a five mile per hour crash....   [tags: the importance of shock absorption]

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The Physiology of Digestion

- Human Physiology is the science of physical, mechanical, biochemical functions of humans, tissues, and human organs. The reason for physiology is the understanding of how the body functions and just knowing your body period. Some references of physiology are the digestive system, transport system, functions of the liver and the absorption of food molecules. Starting off with the digestive system. Humans have a digestive system in order to break down the food that we consume. Sometimes the food we intake is made up of complex molecules that our bodies cannot directly receive nutrients and energy from....   [tags: absorbtion, liver, vili]

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The Main Fuctions and Features of The Integumentary System

- ... The third function of the integumentary system is sensation. Just like the regulation of body temperature, the nervous system plays a big role in sensation too. This is because there are millions of nerve endings in the skin that act as sensory receptors. There are many different sensations you can experience, including pain, hot, cold, pressure, traction, and many more. Each nerve ending will give you a different sensational experience when the nerve sends the individual impulse to the brain....   [tags: absorbtion, layers, disorders]

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Increasing the Bioavailability of Eye Drops

- ... The promising formulations M1, M2, M3 and M4 were evaluated for pH, drug content, in vitro gelation, in vitro drug release, in vivo drug release, viscosity and stability. Percent drug content of 82.5%, 86.7%, 85.3% and 90.8%; viscosity of 320cP, 405cP, 440cP and 500cP at 100 rotation per minute (RPM), cumulative percent release of 37.9%, 47.7%, 48.2% and 49.7%, was observed for formulation M1, M2, M3 and M4 respectively. The developed formulations were therapeutically efficacious, stable, non-irritant and provided sustained release of the drug for 12 hours....   [tags: conjunctivitis, absorbtion, drugs]

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Narcissist in All of Us

- There is a sense in which everyone is a narcissist. If you have ever performed an Internet search on your own name, you have been a narcissist. If you have ever thought about eavesdropping on your friends’ conversation to find out what they really think of you, you’re a narcissist. If you have ever stood in front of a mirror admiring your biceps or the glossiness of your hair or the perfection of your teeth, at least once in your life you have experienced narcissism. In this mild form, narcissism cannot be condemned, because one would then need to condemn every human being....   [tags: mythology, self-absorbtion, trait]

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Pharmacology of Diltiazem Hydrochloride

- Diltiazem Hydrochloride, nondihydropyridine-derivative, is a member of the group of drugs known as benzothiazepines, which are a class of calcium channel blockers, used in the treatment of hypertension, angina pectoris, and some types of arrhythmia. It is a class III anti-anginal drug, and a class IV antiarrhythmic [1]. Diltiazem Hydrochloride exerts its pharmacological action through inhibiting trans-membrane influx of extracellular calcium ions across the membranes of myocardial cells and vascular smooth muscle cells, without changing serum calcium concentrations....   [tags: benzothriazepines, cardiac, absorbtion]

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Experiment on the Absorbtion of Long-Lived Radionuclides

- Introduction Long-lived radionuclides in radioactive waste are intended to be serious pollutants, they migrate by groundwater and the geologic materials can affect their adsorption. Presence of radionuclides and toxic metals in wastes is a major environmental worries. ( paper khandeh -thorium (IV) The water pollutants by chemical substances, such as arsenic, barium, cadmium, cobalt, cuprum, chromium and rare earth element(REEs) has been a problem during the past few years. Because of rare earth elements (REEs) wide applications in many critical technological areas as well as nuclear fuel cycles (NFC), analytical and separation technologies for these elements are attract...   [tags: pollutants, synthesis, statistics]

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Zinc Deficiency Can Cause Damage to the Brain

- ... It can be also applied for zinc and iron in competing on absorbtion, an excesse zinc will decrease the uptake of magnesium and calsium, and conversely, high level consumption on calcium will decrease the zinc absorption. The absorbtion of zinc will depends from their solubility, approximately the absorbtion from food will around 20 – 40%) , the mechanism in absorbtion by passive diffusion and unknown membraine process, which need energy and happens throughtout small intestine. Following internalisation in the intestinal cell, and will being links with metallothionein....   [tags: minerals, proteins, biochemical pathways]

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Solar Energy and Storage

- ... Solar energy is a reliable energy resource. It is a renewable energy resource with no gas emissions. The solar radiation can be used directly to produce electricity utilizing photovoltaic (PV) collectors or to get thermal energy as well as operating electrical power by heat engine. There are a few solar thermal systems that can be used to manufacture electrical power via thermal power plants; such as solar towers, parabolic dish collector (PDC) and parabolic trough solar collector (PTSC). Al-Sulaiman et.al [Exergy modeling of a new solar driven trigeneration system] have used exergy modeling in order to evaluate the exergetic performance of a novel-trigeneration system utilizing paraboli...   [tags: exergy application methods]

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Experiment on Deep Fat Frying

- OBJECTIVES Upon completion of the experiment, the students will be able to: 1. Identify the factors that influence the fat absorption during deep fat frying. 2. Identify the factors that influence steaming cooking. 3. Discuss the significance of temperature of the fat in influencing fat absorption during deep fat frying. 4. Discuss the significance of water temperature during steaming cooking. INTRODUCTION During the laboratory class, we conducted experiments regarding deep fat frying, fat absorption and steaming cooking....   [tags: students, donuts, cooking]

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Analysis Of The Standard Costing System, Activity Based Costing ( Abc )

- Report – Management accounting 2 Introduction This report will cover an in depth analysis of the Standard Costing system (Absorption Costing), Activity Based Costing (ABC) and it will also cover Activity Based Management (ABM). This report will help to clarify any unreliable sources which have indicated that Absorption Costing is the way forward. This report will investigate the shortcomings of absorption costing, it will also cover other areas such as the benefits and shortcomings of Activity Based Costing (ABC) and it will also touch the advantages and disadvantages of using Activity Based Management (ABM)....   [tags: Management accounting, Costs]

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Three Branches of Accounting, Cost and Variance

- Knowingly, there are two main branches of accounting namely, financial and cost; however the usage of these accounting methods has taken new routes in the recent era. In the past both were used to merely calculate profit and loss and calculating manufacturing cost. But the recent era has changed the dimensions dramatically and today both branches have interacted to form managerial accounting, which along with financial and costing information helps companies for management decision making. Traditionally the very two costing methods of management accounting counts on Marginal and absorption costing and the advancement has intrigued the scholars to develop a relatively new method of costing “A...   [tags: Economy, Variables, Challenges]

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Analysis of Copper

- ... The absorbance recorded for the sample being tested can be matched with a concentration using the graph generated by the standards. Ultraviolet-Visible Spectroscopy Spectroscopy involves the measurement of light absorbed or emitted from a sample. In ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy (UV-Vis), light in the ultraviolet-visible region has the same energy as energy levels for some of the electrons in molecules, so absorption of this radiation will excite electrons in a molecule to higher energy orbitals....   [tags: efficacy, accuracy, minerals, copper]

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Determining The Glucose Content Of An Satsuma Lab Report

- Determining the glucose content of an satsuma lab report Sugars is the general term for carbohydrate (a product of photosynthesis) that provide the sweet taste in fruits and is a very important energy source. The main carbohydrate fruits are composed of is sucrose, this is a mixture of both fructose and glucose. Both are monosaccharides and with the same molecular formula (C6H12O6) however, they are structural isomers as molecules are arranged differently in space this due to the glucose structure containing 4 chiral carbons and fructose containing 3 leading to stereoisomerism....   [tags: Glucose, Sugar, Fructose, Sucrose]

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The Cost Of Cost Costing

- Abstract Variable costing and absorption costing produce different net operating income figures and the differences can be quite large Job-order costing and process costing are two common methods for determining unit product costs Ordinarily, variable costing and absorption costing produce different net operating income figures, and the difference can be quite large. absorption costing is the most common approach to product costing throughout the world. absorption costing—the most widely used method of determining product costs—can artificially increase profits when managers choose to increase the quantity of units produced....   [tags: Cost accounting, Costs, Management accounting]

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The Analysis of Spinach Pigmentation During Photosynthesis (biology Lab Report)

- The Analysis of Spinach Pigmentation<p> During Photosynthesis <p> University of Alabama<p> I. Introduction:<p> "Photosynthesis is the conversion of light energy to chemical energy that is stored in glucose or other organic compounds; it occurs in plants, algae, and certain prokaryotes" (Campbell, G-16). The formula below is photosynthesis and "the ingredients necessary to make a plant grow" (KoK, 30).<p> 6CO_2 + 6H_2_0,,³ C_6_H_12_O_6_ + 6CO_2<p> Photosynthesis occurs within chloroplasts which are in leaf cells....   [tags: Biology]

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The Beer Lambert Law

- Introduction When white light passes through a prism, it forms a continuous spectrum of colors found in the visible region of the electromagnetic spectrum. The color of the compound is a blend of wavelengths that are transmitted and not absorbed by the sample. Beer- Lambert’s Law is applied in order determine the concentration of a colored species in solution. The concentration of the colored species is directly proportional to it absorbance at a wavelength. A= εbc which A is the absorbance, ε is the molar absorptivity, b is the cell path length in cm, and c is the concentration of colored species it makes a straight line where y=mx+b (Patterson 2)....   [tags: optics, light spectrum]

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Light, The Primary Source of Energy in Photosynthesis

- Light has a wave nature and particle nature. The smallest parts or units of light are called photons and the amount of photons absorbed per unit time determines the brightness of light. Wavelengths are a certain amount of energy each photon possesses as they vibrate. Chlorophyll reflects the wavelengths green part of the light spectrum because it is green and the plants that contain chlorophyll are green as well. This article may not be reliable because there was no date or author noted. This article clearly examines in what form light is absorbed and the process thereof....   [tags: carbon dioxide, wavelength, absorb]

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Black Body Radiation

- At the beginning of the 20th century Quantum Mechanics theory was established. It starts with the discovery of electromagnetic [EM] energy quantization by Max Plank (1900) [1] needed to explain black body radiation distribution as a function of frequency and temperature. He explained it by a model where resonators (latter identified as harmonic oscillators) can emit radiation only by quanta of energy. Later Bohr [2] found the Quantum Mechanical model for the Hydrogen atom, using Planck’s constant as a measure for angular momentum quantization....   [tags: Physics]

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Diversity in Animal Digestive Systems

- Objectives The purpose of this report is to make a description of the digestive tracts of pigs and sheep and also to explain briefly the process of digestion on ruminant and non-ruminant organisms. Furthermore there will be an analysis of the results that have been observed on the dissection practical. The report will be finalizing with a comparison between the digestive tract of pig and sheep. Introduction Digestion is the process that the food brake down into smaller components in order to be absorbed easier from an organism....   [tags: monogastic organisms, food, nutrients]

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The Human Body Has 206 Bones

- The human body has 206 bones, which the bones in the human body system is used for; a framework and support the body, allows for internal organ protection, more efficient body movement, produce red blood cells in the bone marrow, and stores minerals. There are two different types of skeletons in the body which are axial; with the skull, vertebral column, ribs, and the sternum and the appendicular; with the arms, legs, shoulder, hip, wrist, ankles, finger, and toes. There are also joints in the skeletal system where two or more bones meet which include; bones, ligaments, muscles, tendons, and nerves....   [tags: Blood, Bone marrow, Digestion, Stomach]

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Cost Costs For Stock Valuation

- QUESTION 1 a)Costs can be classified on the basis of cost objective which could be stock valuation or decision making or for control purposes. Describe each classification of cost. Costs for stock valuation In costs for stock valuation, all elements related to the production process (Direct and indirec costs) have to be accounted for in getting the accurate cost of a single product. In other words, Direct costs must include all direct materials, labor and other direct costs. Indirect costs must include all production overheads, administrative overheads, selling overheads and distribution overhead costs....   [tags: Costs, Variable cost, Marginal cost, Total cost]

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Variable Responses to Tacrolimus

- Tacrolimus is a drug that given as an immunosuppressant for transplant patients to reduce the risk of transplant organ rejection. Therapeutic drug mentoring is done on patients receiving this drug, however, patients still demonstrate huge variability in terms of their response to the drug. This variability could be a result of interindividual differences in the pharmacokinetics, the pharmacodynamics, or both. Both of the current papers primarily aim to develop population pharmacokinetic models that allow us to better understand the pharmacokinetics of tacrolimus....   [tags: immonosuppressant for transplant patients]

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Variable Costing Method

- Introduction Variable Costing Method: Method of variable costing is a method where costing can be discovered including the variable manufacturing costs. Fixed factory visual projection is delighted as a period cost-it is abstracted along with the selling and administrative expenses in the period deserved. That is, Fixed factory visual projection is taking care as a period expense. Uses of Variable Costing Method: Variable costing method is used only for internal management....   [tags: Finance ]

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Analysis Of The Book ' Hunters On The Snow ' By Tobias Wolff

- Selfishness is a common trait in the world, it’s not a hidden factor, but very well-known as being one’s self-interest. The story “Hunters in the Snow” by Tobias Wolff, discusses how each character in the story deals with different kinds of selfish ways. One character, Tub, deals with eating problems and lies about it. Frank deals with a secret life that he is hiding from his wife. Kenny is always comparing something to his liking and if he does not like it then he will complain. Self-absorption is when someone is focused on their self and only themselves....   [tags: Debut albums, American films]

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Use of Guava Leaves as a Bio Absorbent for Waste Elimination

- Introduction Nowadays, industrial activity in the world has grown very fast. In addition to induces positive impacts, the growth of industry also generates a new problem for the environment and so we need to search an effective and efficient handling ways of negative impacts such as waste. One example of pollutions due to industrial wastes is a pollution caused by waste containing in dissolved heavy metals. Waste with a high content of heavy metals could be dangerous pollutants. One of heavy metals that are harmful is chromium....   [tags: Chemistry, Chromium]

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Research on the Effects and Causes of Global Warming

- “All across the world, in every kind of environment and region known to man, increasingly dangerous weather patterns and devastating storms are abruptly putting an end to the long-running debate over whether or not climate change is real. Not only is it real, it's here, and its effects are giving rise to a frighteningly new global phenomenon: the man-made natural disaster” (Barack Obama, April 3, 2006). What could be causing these extreme weather patterns. Scientists say that it is the gradual increase of the temperature over the entire earth....   [tags: Climate Change, Argumentative Essay]

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The Digestion System ( Gi ) Tract )

- The digestion system is also called the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, which is an open tube run from the mouth to the anus. It contains many different organs that have different jobs and function to help break down the food molecules into smaller molecules for our body to ingest and absorption nutrients, vitamins, eliminate toxic substances. The first digestion always takes place at the mouth by using teeth to chew or grand food into smaller molecules which make it easier for the digestion process....   [tags: Digestion, Stomach, Digestive system, Pancreas]

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BP Executive Summary

- BP Executive Summary This report will present an explanation of four main costing systems; it will describe the advantages and the disadvantages of marginal costing, absorption costing, process costing and service costing. It will also reveal whether these costing systems are suited to the company BP. Marginal costing is suitable for BP to use internally to calculate the number of units needed to be sold to break even. Marginal costing is appropriate for BP because it has many variable costs such as the products sold in stations and the transportation of the petrol; these are all dependent on the level of activity....   [tags: Papers]

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The Respiratory System And Cellular Respiration

- RESPIRATORY SYSTEM The respiratory system allows O2 and CO2 to be exchanged between the atmosphere and blood. Cellular respiration is not considered in this section. Pulmonary Ventilation The lungs are attached to the inner surface of the chest (thorax) wall via pleural membranes. This means that when the thorax and diaphragm move, the lungs move with them. Within the lungs, the respiratory surface where gaseous exchange takes place is in the alveoli which have a total surface area of around 100m2, giving a large surface for diffusion....   [tags: Blood, Heart, Digestion, Blood vessel]

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Chemical And Physical Properties Of Phenol

- Toxikinetics is concerned with the absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion of a toxicant. A discussion on the ways in which phenol can become toxic, the ways in which the body naturally excretes phenol, and the way it breaks down phenol to detoxify it is needed. 3.1 Absorption As was shown earlier, phenol has specific chemical and physical properties, but it’s specific lipophilic property is the most concerning. Exposure to phenol is a concern for mostly industrial workers, especially those employed in the tar sands and solvent areas....   [tags: Liver, Red blood cell, Metabolism, Digestion]

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Cost Accounting: Its role and ethical considerations

- Cost Accounting: Its role and ethical considerations Introduction: Accounting is the process of identifying, measuring, and communicating economic information about an entity for the purpose of making decisions and informed judgements. The major areas of within the accounting are: Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting/Cost Accounting and Auditing- Public Accounting Managerial accounting is concerned with the use of economic and financial information to plan and control the activities of an entity and to support the management in planning and decision-making process....   [tags: Business Finance Accountant Essays]

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The Digestive System of the Human Body

- The digestive system is a very important system in the human body. It is a group of organs that work together to turn food into energy and nutrients in the entire body. The food that was chewed in a humans’ mouth now passes through a long tube that is inside of the body that is known as the alimentary canal. The alimentary canal is made of the oral cavity, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intestines, and large intestines. Those few things are not the only important accessories of the digestive system there is also the teeth, tongue, salivary glands, liver, gallbladder, and pancreas....   [tags: turning food to energy]

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Diet Quality Reflects The Health

- Diet quality reflects the health, but most of the carbohydrates obtained by modem people are refined carbohydrates. That some people even do not consume any cereal causes many negative effects on the physical and mental health. Human body needs to get a lot of different kinds of food every day, from which we can get various nutrients to build the foundation of life. Three of the major nutrients: carbohydrates, protein and fat not only provide the body 's main energy nutrients, but also have a special physiological function....   [tags: Nutrition, Health, Obesity, Protein]

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The Process of Photosynthesis

- “Sunlight plays a much larger role in our sustenance than we may expect all the food we eat and all the fossil fuel we use is a product of photosynthesis, which is the process that converts energy in sunlight to chemical forms of energy that can be used by biological systems” (Vermaas). This quote shows that photosynthesis is the most essential part of the exchange between humans and plants because it produces all the resources we need. When we sit down to eat fruit or vegetables, we usually don’t think about where those come from, how those grow up....   [tags: plants, energy, light]

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Hydrocephalus and Cerebrospinal Fluids

- Hydrocephalus is a condition characterized by cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) accumulating in excess in the brain. Ventricles, which are spaces in the brain, begin growing abnormally large because of the excess fluid. The widening ventricles can cause harmful pressure on brain tissues. Normally, CSF flows freely through the ventricles of the brain, coats the brain and spinal cord, and is reabsorbed by bloodstream. This fluid is constantly produced, so equilibrium between production and absorption is essential for the body....   [tags: obstruction, passageways]

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How Temperature Affects the Degeneration of Proteins in Fish Food

- Aim: to find out how different temperature affects the protein levels within Fish food (flakes) stuffs. 1. Introduction 1.1. Fish food Like humans do, fish also need proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals unfortunately there are not many food which contain all the necessities2. This is tackled by feeding fish a combination of flake, frozen and fresh food. Frozen food can cause problems for fish if the food is not defrosted thoroughly as their intestinal lining is very sensitive and does not tolerate cold food very well....   [tags: fish food, science experiment]

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Investigating The Concentration Of An Unknown Solution Of Tartrazine

- Introduction Chemical compounds absorb, transmit or reflect light. They do this over a range of wavelengths through spectrophotometry. Spectrophotometry measures the amount of any chemical substance which is absorbed or transmitted. A spectrophotometer is an apparatus used to measure the intensity of light after passing through a solution. Visible spectrophotometers use light over the ultra violet range 185-400nm and visible range of 400-700nm of electromagnetic radiation. When using visible spectrophotometry to determine absorption or transmission you need to observe the colour of the solution....   [tags: Chemistry, Concentration]

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Is Scanning A Fundamental Part Of Patient Diagnosis?

- In recent years, CT (Computed Tomography) scanning has become a fundamental part of patient diagnosis. ”The number of CT scans performed by the NHS in England each year has increased from just over 1 million in 1996/97, to almost 5 million in 2012/13” (NHS Choices. 2014). Their growing use has raised concerns about possible cancer risks, particularly when exposing young children. Taking into consideration the fact that CT scans are associated with considerably higher radiation exposures in comparison to conventional radiography (Smith-Bindman et al....   [tags: Atom, Electron, DNA, Photon]

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Theories Of Color Vision And Opponent Process Theory

- Theories of Color Vision The visual abilities of human beings are incredibly fascinating. We can view a large range of color from a small selection of wavelengths along the electromagnetic spectrum, 400nm-700nm. Our understanding of this perception of color comes from two major theories Tri-chromatic theory of color vision and opponent-process theory. Both theories have their merits and one actually grew out of the other. The first theory that was proposed was the tri-chromatic theory. The tri-chromatic theory of color vision states that our color vision is dependent on the activity of our three color receptors....   [tags: Color, Color blindness, Color vision]

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The Food Bolus Created When Consuming Pizza

- The food bolus created when consuming pizza would first exist in the mouth, the site of mastication. It would then go into the Pharynx, which sends air through the larynx to the lungs and food to the body through the esophagus. Next, it would go through the Esophagus, which is part of the upper GI tract. The bolus then enters the stomach, which is something of a holding tank for the body. Followed by the small intestine and last, but not least, the large intestine. Mastication occurs in the mouth, which is the beginning of digestion....   [tags: Digestion, Pancreas, Digestive system]

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Determining The Water Hardness Of Various Sources

- Daniel Marshall Chem 111 – Section 106 November 6, 2014 Room 110B Group: Natasia Morozowich and Johan Moreira TA: Saranya Pullanchery Determining the Water Hardness of Various Sources Introduction: Before water reaches the tap to go into your glass it goes through many different methods of treatment to reduce the amount of unwanted particles in order to ultimately increase the purity of the water. The water is first sent through coagulation, where chemicals such as Alum are added which bind to dirt particles in the water.1 Then it is sent into a sedimentation tank, where the heavy particles (dirt combined with the Alum) settle on the bottom and are no longer suspended.1 The water is th...   [tags: Water, Hard water, Calcium, Analytical chemistry]

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How the Human Body Obtains Cholesterol

- According to the scientific report from Gunness and Gidley (2010), the human body obtains cholesterol from two sources. The major source is liver. Liver synthesizes about 700-900 mg cholesterol per day. Another source is diet, which account for up to 300-500 mg/d. The major route cholesterol eliminates from human body is to convert to bile salts (BS) and excrete from the gastrointestinal tract (Gunness & Gidley, 2010). Bile salts (BS) are synthesized from cholesterol in the liver. Hydroxyl (OH) groups are inserted at several points of cholesterol, and then the second ring of cholesterol loses its double-bond....   [tags: liver, diet, metabolism]

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Managing Financial Principles and Tecniques

- UNIT SUMMARY: The assignment describes the significance of the appropriate financial techniques to accelerate the profitability and productivity in the massive and ideal manner. The unit provides the effective principles and formulas to deal with the finances in the balanced and appropriate manner. Every organization desires to have the significant value in the market and most of the decisions which take the companies to another level based on the financial stability of the companies. BACKGROUND OF THE ORGANIZATION: TESCO was founded by Jack Cohen in 1919 and was like a shipment of tea and from tea, the first two alphabets were taken like T.E....   [tags: Business Management ]

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The Chemical Structure of Morphine

- Morphine It is the most important pharmacologically active constituent of opium, the resin copied from the dried juice of the opium poppy. It was first established into clinical practice more than 200 years ago. It is the prototype opioid drug, whose analgesic and rewarding effects are mediated by activating opioid receptors which are found mainly within the central nervous system (CNS). Morphine continues the strong opioid of choice for moderate to severe cancer pain and it is on the World Health Organization’s important drugs list....   [tags: Pharmacology, Pharmacokinetics]

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The History of Bulletproof Clothing

- Bulletproof clothing is the most interesting thing I have ever seen in my life. There is not really a problem of bulletproof clothing besides it is very expensive to make it. It is very expensive just because of the materials. The materials are spider-silk, vectran and Kevlar. The history of bulletproof has been worn for thousands of years. Even the medieval Europe worn body armor. By the 1500’s, they changed the development of cannons and guns. Bulletproof in the encyclopedia means the protection of bullets, knives and puncture wounds....   [tags: bulletproof, kevlar, body armor]

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Young Women Suffering from Osteoporosis

- Young Women Suffering from Osteoporosis Osteoporosis is a system bone disease, its characterized in decreasing of bone mass and destruction of bone fine structure so that increased rate of bone fragility, which make people facing the risk of fracture, even under the situation with a minor or no trauma wounds. Usually there is no special clinical manifestation before fracture, and incidence rate in women is more than men’s. The disease is common in post-menopausal women and the elderly women, but recent studies have shown that osteoporosis not only in those people, more and more young people suffering from osteoporosis....   [tags: bone, mass, dieting, sun]

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Inventory Accounting : A Company

- Paper #6 Inventory Accounting Inventory accounting is exceedingly important to a firm because inventories are a significant asset to the firm both in absolute size and proportion to all of the firm’s other assets. Furthermore, selling inventories more than its cost price represents the main source of a firm’s sustainable income. For a typical wholesaler or retailer there is only one inventory account called the Merchandise Inventory. For a manufacturing company there are three categories of inventory accounts which are Raw materials inventory, Work-in-process inventory and Finished goods inventory (Revsine, Collins, Johnson, Mittelstaedt & Soffer, 2015)....   [tags: Inventory, Balance sheet, FIFO and LIFO accounting]

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The Concentration Of Enzyme Concentration

- In this experiment, in the first part, the best concentration of enzyme was determined by recording the absorption over time. In the second part, the best concentration was selected from the previous experiment which was C and the optimum pH was determined. Introduction In an article, ‘Lab Presentation’ on Prezi, the peroxidase enzyme was tested on factors such as enzyme concentration and pH. It was measured using guaiacol as it turns orange when oxidized; spectrophotometer was used to determine the rate of absorbance....   [tags: PH, Enzyme, Oxygen, Acid]

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An Experiment On Photosynthetic Cells

- Photosynthetic organisms have the ability to convert solar energy into electrochemical energy. This creates a dynamic relationship between the organisms and the light that they absorb. Although light is required to drive photosynthesis, the photosynthetic machinery can only tolerate so much of it. Excess light may lead to the generation of reactive oxygen intermediates resulting in oxidative damage to the photosynthetic apparatus (Niyogi, 1999). Therefore it is necessary for organisms such as the green algae Chlamydomonas reinhardtii to employ photoprotective mechanisms in order to maintain photosynthetic efficiency and reduce stress caused by excess light....   [tags: Photosynthesis, Oxygen, Redox, Chlorophyll]

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Iron Deficiency Anemia

- Iron deficiency anemia is a secondary result of hemorrhagic anemia’s, as well as resulting from inadequate intakes of iron containing foods and impaired iron absorption (Marieb, Hoehn 642). About 20% of women, 50% of pregnant women, and 3% of men do not have a sufficient amount of iron in their body, making it the most common form of anemia (Medicine Plus).In addition, the blood lacks adequate healthy red blood cells, which provide the body energy and a healthy color to the skin. As the name implies, iron deficiency anemia is due to insufficient iron....   [tags: Health ]

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