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    Genetic Haemochromatosis

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    Genetic haemochromatosis is a disorder, which causes iron build up over time. Usually an adult has about 4 grams of iron in their body but with this disorder the amount of iron in the body is much higher, with the total amount of iron in the body reaching up to 20 to 40 grams if untreated. In Australia, haemochromatosis affects 1 in 200-300 people but it is most common in Australians whose ancestry is from Northern Europe or the United Kingdom. If haemochromatosis is left untreated, it leads to conditions

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    that magnesium has a stronger ability to gain or loose electrons which makes the metal more reactive. I gathered together four different metals and acid compounds which all reacted with one of the elements in the past, for example, Iron Sulphate (FeSO4) contain iron. I prepared equipment I would use for the experiment, such as a pipette to carry the acid in, tweezers to lift the metals in, trays to pour the acids in, etc. I took an appropriate amount of acid and added in and the tray using the

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    Science Research Paper

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    rubbing alcohol vs. corrosion and hydrogen peroxide “Are brass, lead, iron, and aluminum more likely to corrode in solutions of rubbing alcohol or hydrogen peroxide?” a. Definition-corrosion, rust, oxidation Corrosion is the atmospheric oxidation of metals. Rusting is essentially a process of oxidation in which iron combines with water and oxygen to form rust. Rust is the reddish-brown crust that forms on the surface of iron. Rust, a chemical compound, is a hydrated ferric oxide Fe2O3·nH2O, where

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    3.5 Aeration Aeration for iron helps oxidation of certain substances. Also it can increase the agitation of iron to reduce the possibility of agglomeration and facilitate removal of passive film, which is deposited on the surface of iron, improving the effect of flocculation. However, excessive aeration will also affects contact time resulting in lower removal. Aeration can provide more sufficient oxygen to promote the anode reaction under neutral conditions. On the other hand it can accelerate

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    Drought Stress Essay

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    Iron and Drought Stress The another devastating abiotic stress which is considered to be highly responsible worldwide for decreasing yield and quality of crop productivity is drought (Lambers et al. 2008 ; Moghadam et al .,2011; Mohsen Pourgholam et al.,2013 ; M. Farooq et al., 2012; Abolhasani and Saeidi, 2004 ; Monjezi et al., 2013).It harms plant growth and development and reduces crop growth rate and also affects biomass accumulation. Generally, in crop plants drought severely affects the cell

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    water, or vinegar, will clear rust the fastest. I am doing this to make old and rusty nails look better and become stronger. This will result in better buildings and projects. It will also help recycling. When we throw out nails, rusty or not, we waste iron and steel. This project might help that problem. I believe vinegar will clear rust the fastest since my family sometimes uses vinegar to clean our jewelry. I will do this project by dropping rusty nails in water, vinegar, and coke. For this project

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    Metal Ore

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    Metal Ore An ore is any kind of rock or mineral from which a metal can be profitably extracted. Metals are rarely found uncombined (as elements) in nature. They are nearly always present in the forms of compounds, often where the metal is chemically joined with oxygen. Only the most unreactive metals, like silver and gold will be found pure. The most common metals are oxides and sulphides. Ores are rocks from which we extract metals. Metals are found naturally in rocks called ores. They

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    previous engine block models of cars, most were made of iron material, but nowadays engine blocks are manufactured from lightweight aluminum alloy materials to reduce the weight of the car which contributes in good performance (This is mainly found in sports cars), also the cars which have aluminum engine blocks consumes less fuel by producing less emission than those which have iron engine blocks .But in general view ,most of the cars use iron engine blocks because they are cheap...

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    Earth Was made for me

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    Our wonderful Earth has provided us with resources to live a better life. From the cars we drive to the food we eat, everything around us comes from the Earth. I own many machines, appliances, and products that make my life easier. My car gets me to school every day, the table salt makes my food taste rich and delicious, my nail polish adds color to my life, my electric heater keeps me nice and warm, and my Starbucks cup helps me drink a lot of coffee throughout the week. All these items play a crucial

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    twenty turns will hold fifty grams, as this is just an estimated amount. Theory ------ In a piece of iron there are millions of tiny ‘atomic magnets’, they are called this because in each atomic magnet there is a North and a South Pole. In the piece of iron these tiny atomic magnets line up with each other in small groups, when they do this they become domains. In a piece of iron, that is unmagnetised, the domains will all point in different directions, see diagram 1 below, the domains

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