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    formation in the Old English period. A compound is joining two or more words to express a meaning in a certain way. The strategies of English word compounding are primarily inherited from its origin Proto Indo-European language. In compound words, the last or final element is what express the general meaning and dictate the part of speech as well as the gender. In modern English, the nucleus of the noun phrase compound is usually placed at the end of the compound, which is the same in the Old English

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    while. It wasn't until recently, however, that the actual design of the bow itself was changed. In fact, this ingenious modification happened about forty years ago... The Compound Bow * On December 30th, 1969, Holless Wilbur Allen was granted the patent that would change archery forever. * The invention of the compound bow was just the beginning. As with the invention of the original bow and arrow, time and ingenuity would take the basic concept to new heights. However, the modern understanding

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    Compounds That Compose the Human Body There are five major groups of compounds that compose the human body. They are carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, nucleotides, and water. These are all very important to humans and without them we would not be able to survive. They have many functions that encourage a human cell and a human body to function. Carbohydrates include sugars and starches, contain carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen which appears in a ratio of 1:2:1. Carbohydrates are classified according

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    Separation of Copper Compound

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    knowledge from previous experiments to separate a copper compound and from there make calculations relevant to the experiment. The calculations that we had to make in this experiment had to do with finding the percentage of copper in copper compound and from there find the formula weight of the copper compound. Question or Problem The question that was proposed by the instructor for investigation was: Can the % composition of an element in a compound be determined accurately (Lab Manual 61)? Background

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    Inorganic Compounds Located in Seafood All over the world one of the most consumed foods that all most every culture eats is seafood. There are even full societies that rely fully on the nourishment that they receive from the seafood that they catch and eat. Because of this there is a very large problem with the pollution of the water around the world that these fish are caught from. This pollution can cause serious harm to the people that consume these fish and can even kill out entire villages

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    the storyline with a simple bow and arrow. Although, Katniss uses a more primitive type of a bow called a longbow, there are many men and women today who use a more modern type known as the compound bow. A compound bow is a little more complicated looking than a longbow, but easier to utilize. Shooting a compound bow is one of the most exhilarating and gratifying hobbies, anyone can participate in. It is easy to effectively shoot as long as you know your bow, execute your own routine position, and

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    metabolites, PCBs, etc.); but also misused for non-adsorbable adsorbed OX-compounds, mostly high molecular organohalogens in plants and even to inorganic compounds being neither organic nor adsorbable. The question of natural “Adsorbable Organic Halogens” (AOX) formed by living organisms and/or during natural abiogenic processes has been definitively solved by the known existence of already more than 3650 organohalogen compounds, amongst them the highly reactive, cancerogenic vinyl chloride (VC). In

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    in removing volatile organic compounds from large amounts of water. Conventionally, air stripping or activated carbon are used in these situations but pervaporation has certain advantages over these methods. “Air stripping is susceptible to fouling and merely turns a water pollution problem into an air pollution problem, and activated carbon treatment involves costly regeneration steps and may not be suitable for VOCs that are easily displaced by other organic compounds” (Freeman 6.59). There are also

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    Unknown Compounds

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    solubility, and conductivity of three unknown compounds, A, B, and C. The purpose of this lab was to determine whether the compound was ionic by looking at the three physical properties of these unknown compounds. The three physical properties were recorded differently for each unknown compound depending on the reaction of the compound with the procedures that were taken. The relative melting points were found by placing a small amount of each compound onto a glass slide that had been split into three

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    which one forms is based on the stability of the compound formed. The more stable the compound, the more likely it is to form. The stability of a compound with respect to its elements can be predicted by the Hf (molar heat of formation). This is the energy change when 1 mole of a compound is formed from its elements. If it is exothermic (negative), then the compound is stable with respect to its elements. If it is endothermic (positive), then the compound is unstable with respect to its elements. In

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