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  • A Typical Chromatogram Of Ritonavir And Lopinavir After Degradation With Acid?

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    chromatogram of Ritonavir and Lopinavir after degradation with acid 3.3.10.2 Hydrolytic degradation under alkali conditions Basic degradation was performed by adding 10 mL of 0.1N NaOH to the sample and then it sonicated for 30 min and it was kept at room temperature (RT) for a few minutes, then neutralized with 0.1 N HCl and filled with diluent up to the mark. By using 0.45 µm syringe filters, filtered the solution and placed in vials. The degradations percentage of the drug observed were 18% and

  • From Mesopotamia to the Nile Valley: Soil Degradation and Desertification

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    From Mesopotamia to the Nile Valley: Soil Degradation and Desertification Desertification has many definitions, encompassing both the physical and social consequences of the transformation of land into desert-like conditions. In all cases, the impacts of human activity are indelibly linked to desertification. In 1977, the United Nations Conference on Desertification proposed a definition: "Desertification is the diminution or destruction of the biological potential of the land, and can lead

  • Global Warming and Environmental Degradation: Princess Monoke by Hayao Miyazaki

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    In the wake of global warming and environmental degradation, many media outlets are focusing on ways to alert the public to sustain the planet. In “Princess Mononoke,” the film aesthetically creates a complex socio-cultural world in where the audience is force to weigh in on complex questions about our nature and how we treat the planet. The film follows Ashitaka as he journeys from his home village to western Japan to find answers to his impending doom. His quest soon leads him to the industrious

  • The Importance of Degradation in the Fate of Selected Organic Compounds in the Environment

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    PVC prints and also from vehicle washing (European Communities, 2001). Later, they may be subjected to transformation and degradation processes depend on the environmental compartment (Kot-wasik, 2004). In case of aquatic compartment, organic compounds are likely to undergo biodegradation or photodegradation as dominant degradation process in water (Dabrowska, 2004). Degradation commonly entails microorganism (biodegradation) in fragmentation or bre... ... middle of paper ... ...bman, J.F. (2004)

  • Degradation of America in All My Sons, Death of a Salesman, and The Crucible.

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    The Degradation of America in All My Sons, Death of a Salesman, and The Crucible Arthur Miller was, as a playwright, very critical of American society.  He condemned every aspect and satirized every ideal of modern American culture, from democracy to the American dream.  He degraded every part of Western civilization down to a much more basic and much more negative idea – capitalism became greed, and rule by the people became rule by the mob.  Many people of his era saw him as anti-American

  • Degradation and Discrimination in Richard Wright's The Ethics of Living Jim Crow

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    Richard Wright's "The Ethics of Living Jim Crow" illustrates his cruel childhood lesson of how he learned to live and survive with the degradation and discrimination that was prominent in the South. In this essay, Wright talks about the lessons he learned growing up regarding the proper way to act around white people in order to be safe and avoid confrontation. Whites viewed themselves as superior to blacks and acted in ways to reinforce this idea. Their oppressive actions create social pressures

  • Comparing Degradation in Crime and Punishment, the Possessed, and the Brothers Karamazov

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    How much disintegration can a culture endure before it reaches the point of irreversible decay? The degree of disintegration and destruction that our own culture has experienced is probably not yet fully known, but mid-to late-Nineteenth Century Russian culture is another matter. The vicious nature of the attacks upon the "old forms" of Russian culture, especially those waged by the Nihilists of the late 1860s, provides ample material for exploring this important question. Fortunately, for those

  • Degradation of the American Dream in The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

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    The Jazz age was a convivial time known for innovation, creativity, and women pushing the limits of their new found freedom, but it was also a time of mourning and loss after the end of World War I. The combination of these emotions is what made the roaring twenties so unique, yet unstable. Before the twenties, the American dream had been to earn a stable income and raise a family in the great country that is America, but during the twenties the American dream became much more diminished as people

  • Climate Change, Peak Oil, Terrorism, Food Shortages and Financial Degradation

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    proves how extremely disadvantageous ways that modern civilizations have managed their resources will inevitably result in a mass collapse of the human structure we call modern day society. The first half of the paper outlines the environmental degradation, peak oil crises and terrorism issues the world faces today, while the last half focuses on the food and financial issues. Therefore, a discussion of how the harsh effects that the globe’s total ecological state, peaking oil and other non-renewable

  • Environmental Degradation: Primitive Organisms vs Modern Day Marine Life

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    The industrialized world we live in today is overdosing our oceans in nutrients like nitrogen, carbon, iron, and phosphorus compounds. These compounds come out of smokestacks, washes into the oceans from fertilized cropland, and seep out of septic tanks and sewer pipes. This process causes the tiny marine plants to run riot, then die and drift to the bottom of the ocean. Afterwards the bacteria takes over, and in a process of breaking down the plant matter, sucks all the oxygen out of the water,