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    Tanning Essay

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    Tanning is the process by which animal skins are transformed into commercial leather. There are two main methods of tanning - Vegetable Tanning and Chrome Tanning. The latter uses chrome salts as the main tanning agent, and is the process widely used in India. Vegetable tanning involves the use of tannins that naturally occur in tree bark and leaves of certain species. The tannins have properties that help them bind to collagen present in the skins. The process makes the hides less water soluble

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    Microorganisms are present almost everywhere in the world both in living and non-living systems. Whenever the microorganisms are present close to some toxins or contaminants, they help in their removal or sequestration in one way or the other and thereby clean up the environment. These special classes of microorganisms are considered very important for the environment as they considered as “Natural Cleansers” of the ecosystem. Microbial bioremediation can be seen happening almost anywhere such as

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    Phenq Case Study

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    Buy PhenQ | Where to buy PhenQ? Why PhenQ? After Phen375 there we couldn’t find high-quality weight loss supplement to make a comparison with, now PhenQ is here and we have the supplement with amazing results again. There is a lot of great things we need to point out about this supplement and finally, you can choose which one you will choose to lose weight. PhenQ Let’s talk about the stuff you can expect from it: Fast weight reduction. You will mostly lose fat while the muscles will be preserved

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    Hastelloys

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    corrosion resistant alloys. Within corrosion resistant alloys there are three main sub groups, B-alloys, C-alloys and G-alloys. Those Hastelloys® with high nickel and molybdenum have a high resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion, and those with high chromium percentages thrive in highly oxidizing environments. Generally, C-alloys are the most versatile of all the Hastelloys®. Common to all C-type alloys are their ability to resist the formation of boundary precipitates in the weld heat-affected zone

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    Running Head: CHALLENGES TO THE AUTO INDUSTRY 1 Challenges to the Auto Industry BUS 1101 Term 5 20142015 Challenges to the Auto Industry 2 Challenges to the Auto Industry Automobiles are such a fascinating breakthrough in technology, almost everyone has one or has access to one for transportation. There are however a lot of concerns that come with this advancement for it impacts our environment greatly in a negative form; the emissions of vehicles not to mention the making of them and the debris

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    Stainless Steel Essay

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    Precipitation of Chromium rich carbides (Cr23C6) and nitrides at the grain boundaries result when the Austenitic stainless steel is heated and held in the temperature range of 500-8500C (773K-1123K). This precipitation of carbides taking place at the grain boundary is because of their insolubility at these temperature ranges. This leads to Chromium depreciated regions around the grain boundaries. So the change in microstructure is takes place and the regions with low Chromium contents become susceptible

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    Investigating the Resistance of a Wire Planning -------- Aim The aim of my investigation is to investigate how length affects the resistance of a wire. Resistance is the force, which opposes the flow of an electric current around a circuit so that energy is required to push the charged particles around the circuit. Resistance is measured in ohms. Resistance occurs when the electrons travelling along the wire collide with the atoms of the wire. These collisions slow down the flow

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    eventually consumed by humans, can have a host of negative impacts on health. One’s health can also be affected by being in contact with soil, and inhalation of vaporized contaminants may occur. Chronic exposure to lead, as well as other metals (like chromium and solvents); some pesticides; herbicides and petroleum increases one’s susceptibility to Cancer. Such exposure can also cause congenital disorders, as well as other health conditions, over the long-term. When exposed to soil which has high dosages

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    You can reverse diabetes and don't let anyone tell you differently. If you are borderline diabetes, pre-diabetic, type 1 or type 2, you may be able to do what nobody thought was possible 10 years ago... cure your diabetes with your diet, exercise and supplementing the right minerals, vitamins and herbs. Diabetes is becoming an epidemic. In fact, in 10 years many experts believe that people who suffer from diabetic is going to double. Kids who are as young as 8 years old are now borderline type 2

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    Ceramics are most commonly used in dental applications as restorative materials for crowns, cements and dentures. Some ceramics are used in orthopaedic applications such as bone repair, bone augmentation and joint replacement but their use in this field is not as extensive or widespread as metals and polymers because ceramics have poor fracture toughness. This severely limits the use of ceramics in load bearing applications (Davis, 2003). Ceramics have high hardness and wear resistance, making them

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