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    Lime Disease

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    Lime Disease Lyme disease is caused by Borrelia burgdorferi, which is a tick-borne spirochete. The dangers of this disease became more publicised in 1977, where a geographic grouping of children in Lyme, Conneticut were thought to have juvenile rheumatoid arthritis1. Soon after, it was discovered that lyme disease was an illness that mainly affects the skin, nervous system, heart, and joints. The borrelia species is part of the eubacterial phylum of spirochetes. Containted within a protoplasmic

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    Properties Of High–lime Fly Ash Concrete

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    PROPERTIES OF HIGH–LIME FLY ASH CONCRETE ABSTRACT Fly ash is a waste product from coal based thermal power stations. About seven million tons of fly ash is being produced annually from these thermal power stations in Turkey. Concerted efforts are needed to make the material used to a great extent. These paper give the results of an investigation on the performance of fly ash concrete made with ASTM C class fly ashes from two sources. PC42,5 cement used in the experiments conforms to TS19 (Turkish

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    Influence of George Berkeley

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    exist if it was not being perceived). Coleridge himself acknowledge the influence of Berkeley on his work, in particular his poem “This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison” when he wrote a letter to Robert Southey in July 1797, in which the poem was included, with the following note, “You remember, I am a Berkleian.” We can see the influence of Berkeleyin “This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison” in three main ways: perceptions of light, the idea of a divine spirit in everything yet still separate and itself, and

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    with the "scattered fragments of marble" and of Bartram shattering Brand¹s "relicsŠinto fragments," Hawthorne employs the occupation of lime-burner as a central metaphor of Brand¹s search for the Unpardonable Sin (271, 287). Brand¹s "Idea first developed" as a reaction to the processes of his profession, in which "blocks and fragments of marble" are converted to lime (272). The ... ... middle of paper ... ... had indeed found the Unpardonable Sin" (279). If Brand is unsure, perhaps Hawthorne

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    ready break which is like a kids version of porridge with a ton of sugar and a blab of milk it was lovely, I munched it down like a frog would a fly, I was still pretty drowsy so I had a snooze on the couch. When I awoke a gigantic box wrapped in lime green packaging was stood in the center of the room, I

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    The Brandenburg Gate

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    much like the Eiffel tower is a symbol for France. The gate is located on the Pariser Platz. It is the only gate of a series of gates that once stood in Berlin. The gate is located on Berlin’s most famous street the "Unter den Linden," or "Under the Lime Trees." This street is straight as an arrow, a mile in length and leads directly to the royal residence. Due to these conditions the gate is visible from a great distance. Karl Gotthard Langhans was the designer of The original Brandenburg Gate

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    case, I will forever keep and pass on my keepsake to my children because of the many good and bad memories it evokes from my childhood and about my father. It is a lime green 1976 KX250 dirt bike that my father had given to me as a child to restore and was exactly the same as the one he had bought as a teen. It is all black with a lime green gas tank that says Kawasaki and has two large knobby tires. It is one of the first race models that was produced for use on motocross dirt tracks and also the

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    Aluminum

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    Aluminum Hello buddy! How is the weather in Paris? It is extremely cold in New York and there is snow all over the place. The reason I am writing is to give you the information you wanted on aluminum. I have everything you would possibly want to know about everything from mining to recycling, but I will begin with a little background on the element first. Aluminum is the third most abundant element in the Earth's crust and was probably formed during the birth of our solar system through collisions

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    Bases and Alkalis

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    NaOH Yes Alkali pH 13 Used to remove grease from ovens & drains. Used to make soap Ammonia NH3 Yes Alkali pH 10 The main active ingredient in household cleaning fluids Calcium hydroxide Ca(OH)2 No Base Slaked lime used in agriculture Aluminium hydroxide Al(OH)3 No Base Used in some indigestion tablets Acids and Alkalis Neutralisation Neutralisation is the reaction of an acid with a base or alkali until the solution is neutral (pH7).

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    Investigation into the solubility of Calcium Hydroxide Ca(OH)2 Planning ======== Calcium Hydroxide is a strong base which is alkaline in water. Lime water containing approximately 0.015 mol dm-3 will be used for the titration. HCl will be used also, and has a concentration of 0.3 mol dm-3 . Aim: The aim of the investigation is to determine the solubility of Calcium Hydroxide by calculating the concentration by means of a titration. Plan: Clamp stand Burette [IMAGE][IMAGE][IMAGE]Titration

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