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    My Inspiration and Sanctuary We all have a sanctuary, be it a favorite book or song, or a special, private spot by the river. My sanctuary is somewhat unique, given that so few people are fortunate enough to have it. It is 5'2" with warm hazel eyes, a gentle smile, and the most beautiful soul I have encountered in my eighteen years of life. I call her Nona. My grandmother is one of the perpetually young at heart and it shows in everything she does. At family gatherings, she flits from table

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    In the present study, the effects of caffeine were examined in memorization and word recall. It was predicted that participants would perform better after having caffeine. For example, it has been found that those who drink coffee are more mentally aroused (Keleman, 2003). There are many factors which can change the outcome of the test, such as if they are already a regular coffee drinker (Creeley, 2001). All factors have been taken into account during the present study. The purpose of our experiment

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    Supercritical fluids are involved in numerous industrial processes especially food industry and have a potentially wide field of new applications. The current applications of supercritical fluid include extraction processes, reaction chemistry and polymerization, food fractionation, waste recycling, soil remediation, cleaning of electronic and optical equipment parts, impregnation, dry powder coating, aerogels, nanotechnology, and crystallization and particle formation of pharmaceuticals and many

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    As stated by The Scientific American, decaffeinated coffee accounts for approximately 12% of total worldwide coffee consumption, or nearly 1 billion pounds per year (Clydesdale, 1999). In Armaresh’s study the two main methods utilized for the decaffeination process of tea and coffee are ethyl acetate (C₄H₈O₂) method and the CO2 method, “Both methods if followed accurately could give a final product which is 99.6% caffeine free” (Armaresh, 2011). The ethyl acetate method is a direct method that involves

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    REACTIVATION & REGENERATION Because of economic and solid waste disposal considerations, it is generally more feasible to regenerate the spent carbon for subsequent reuse than to dispose it off [118]. The main objective of the regeneration process is to remove the previously adsorbed materials from the pores of the carbon thus reinstituting its ability to adsorb impurities. The most commonly used regeneration technique employed in industries is thermal reactivation [118]. Current concerns with the

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    Aerogels Essay

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    Aerogel is a synthetic porous ultra-light material derived from a gel, in which the liquid component of the gel has been replaced with a gas, resulting in a solid with extremely low density and low thermal conductivity. Nicknames include "frozen smoke", "solid smoke", "solid air" or "blue smoke" owing to its translucent quality and the way light scatters in the material. However, it feels like Styrofoam to the touch. Aerogels are solid, rigid, dry materials that do not resemble a gel in their physical

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    Caffeine is the most popular drug in the world. It is a stimulant, and stimulants are drugs that boost your alertness. Caffeine is found in soft drinks, coffee, tea, and even chocolate. Caffeine has a unique way of working its way into our bloodstream producing those effects we feel that can fully be activated within 45 minutes. But are the consequences we associate with caffeine really risks or just faulty misconceptions? And with that pending risk factor, the possible solutions we can take to avoid

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    Caffeine Synthesis

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    treatment. These studies conclude that caffeine can reduce the production of brain βA levels, and can potentially reduce pre-existing brain βA deposits. Another important component to this research is caffeine’s effect on cognitive function. Cognitive improvement with caffeine has been shown by the Adrenash et al. (2010) study. The design of this study was a controlled longitudinal study involving AD transgenic mice. Three groups of mice were used in this study: transgenic AD mice that were given

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    Carbon is a simple element on the periodic table. Carbon is found in all living things. There is also another role that this element plays apart of and that is hunting. I bet you probably didn’t know that until now, but they have activated carbon clothing for scent elimination. There are also other uses for them but we’ll go over that later on. Activated carbon works through the process of physical adsorption, similar to a sponge only with air instead of water. In the fabric of clothing the carbon

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    Nutraceutical Case Study

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    1.1. Nutraceuticals Nutraceuticals refer to extracts of foods claimed to have medicinal effect on human health. Nutraceuticals are a large and diverse class of compounds, which occur naturally in plants. Although these compounds are considered non-nutritive, many of them possess antioxidant, anti-oestrogenic, antimutagenic, anti-inflammatory and anti-carcinogenic properties that might potentially be beneficial in preventing diseases and protecting the stability of the genome. The term ‘nutraceutical’

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