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    Introduction: A mixture is a combination of two or more substances that do not have fixed proportions to one another. The two types of mixtures that exist are heterogeneous and homogeneous mixtures. A heterogeneous mixture is a mixture where someone is able to see more than one color or type of matter, This mixture has more than one phase and a non-uniform composition. A homogeneous mixture, however, is a mixture that looks the same throughout the composition, and has one phase and uniform composition

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    James Fenimore Cooper's The Last of the Mohicans as a Mixture of Genres James Fenimore Cooper's The last of the Mohicans is often seen as a simple adventure story within the historical frame of the French and Indian war. Only if we analyze the novel in a closer way, we will realize that it goes beyond this label and that its sources are many and varied, giving the work the richness of the genres on which Cooper's novel is based. These are romanticism, western, (being its author one of the forerunners

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    A parametric set of vented explosion experiments for three mixtures, stoichiometric propane-air, methane-air and 18.0 vol. % hydrogen-air were performed. The three mixtures each displayed various physical phenomena and behaviors and their similarities and differences were identified. A physics based CFD model was developed, using a small subset of the experimental data, with a single set of empirical coefficients for all three mixtures. The model takes into account the effect of turbulence, flame

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    Mixture of Realism with Non-Realism in John Godber's Play Bouncers John Godber was born in 1956, in Upton, West Yorkshire. He graduated from Bretton Hall College, Yorkshire, England in 1978 as a qualified teacher of drama and English and went on to an M.A. in Theatre at the University of Leeds where began to write, direct and act in a succession of increasingly successful productions. His most famous and critically acclaimed play is Bouncers, which was nominated for Comedy of the Year

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    Gaussian mixture models are the most utilized procedure for the displaying of the emanation dispersion of concealed Markov Models demonstrates for speech recognition. This paper indicates how better telephone distinguishment is attained by swapping Gaussian mixture demonstrates by profound neural systems which have a considerable measure of layers of characteristics and a substantial extend of parameters. The systems are first preprocessed as a multilayer generative model of a window of phantom characteristic

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    Separation Of Mixtures

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    be used to separate two component mixtures e.g. of water soluble dyes, an insoluble solid from a liquid and a mixture of two different amino acids. The matter around us can be divided into pure substances and mixtures. Pure substances consist of one type of molecule, whereas mixtures contain different kinds of molecules. Mixtures can be separated into their components using different separation techniques, which depend on the properties of substances in the mixture. We apply this methods in different

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    involving the use of background knowledge of mixtures, properties of matter, and creativity in order to find a solution to separate three different substances layered on top of each other within a container. The experiment required a matter of coming up with a solid and thought out procedure to successfully separate the three substances individually within an amount of time using various lab materials and technology accessible at the time. Background A mixture, according to definition, is a combination

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    Chromatography Lab Essay

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    Experiment 8 A and B were both mixtures that we were able to separate by using physical methods of separation. Evidence: Experiment A: In the first step of this procedure we put 1.5 grams of sulfur, a yellow grainy substance into a test tube and added 5 grams of clear water. We then stoppered the test tube and shook the sulfur and water substance together. Once the sulfur and water was shaken thoroughly, it was clear that the two substances were a heterogeneous mixture. There were still visible bits

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    Introduction: The purpose of this lab was to identify the chemical composition of various mixtures. A process known as chemical qualitative analysis, a process used to test for the constituents present in a mixture (chemical qualitative analysis). Our first test was our magnetism test, this was used to indicate the presence of iron in our sample. The iodine test was used to detect presence of starch, as iodine is an indicator, meaning that it is used to detect the presence of certain chemicals or

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    The objective of this experiment was to perform extraction. This is a separation and purification technique, based on different solubility of compounds in immiscible solvent mixtures. Extraction is conducted by shaking the solution with the solvent, until two layers are formed. One layer can then be separated from the other. If the separation does not happen in one try, multiple attempts may be needed. The experiment was conducted in three parts: Part A of the experiment consisted of extracting

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