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  • Arsenic As A Natural Component Of The Earth 's Crust And You Can Find It

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    with the symbol As is a metalloid that means it has properties from both metals and nonmetals. It is a natural component of the earth’s crust and you can find it in its gray, yellow and black form. In the environment it forms organic and inorganic chemical compounds as a result of natural and anthropogenic activities. A worldwide phenomenon (magnitude of the problem)( A worldwide impact) Poisoning from arsenic is not a threat that belongs to the past and it should not be taken lighthearted. The long

  • Identifying Inorganic Compounds Using Qualitative And Chemical Tests

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    Identifying inorganic compounds using qualitative analyses and chemical tests Jessica Vithayathil U84363206 CHM 2045L Section: 033 Aaron Clark October 13, 2016 Introduction Due to climate change during the turn of the 21st century and overall population growth, scientists have noticed greater amounts of negative impact on water sources (Barber, 2011). Waste Water Treatment Plants (WWTPs) have been identified as one of the root causes of stress for these water sources (Barber).

  • Organic Chemistry : Organic Vs. Inorganic Chemistry

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    something to do with food. After doing research I found out that I was way off track. I learned that in the late 1820’s was when organic chemistry was stumbled upon. In 1828 Friedrich Wohler produce the organic chemical rued, a mixture of urine from inorganic starting Materials. This is now called the Wohler Synthesis. This was the first time a substance thought to be organic was made in the laboratory without any biological starting material. In the late 1850s organic chemistry was stumbled upon again

  • Materials Effect Our Life That Have Assisted Humans

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    improve the quality of living. The purpose of the paper is also to reflect on the ways our life was influenced by them. Such as inorganic compounds, organic compounds, and metal. II. Inorganic compounds      A. Carbon-coal in fuel [1]      B. Crystalline- stone or soil in area of tool or silicon  [2]      C. Glass in construction of architecture [3] III. Organic compounds      A. Wood in fuel, tool, basic material of vehice, furnature [6]      B. Food in agriculture has changed [7]      C. Leather

  • Statement of Teaching Philosophy, and My Experience Teaching Chemistry in India

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    Statement of Teaching Philosophy “A teacher can never truly teach unless he is still learning himself. A lamp can never light another lamp unless it continues to burn its own flame. The teacher who has come to the end of his subject, who has no living traffic with his knowledge but merely repeats his lesson to his students, can only load their minds, he cannot quicken them.” … Rabindranath Tagore (Nobel prize in literature in 1913) This is my favorite quotation because it express what, I think

  • Lab Report Of Vanillin

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    Problem Statement 1.1.1 Schiff Base The condensation product of primary amines with active carbonyl compounds have resulted in the formation of Schiff base compound. This has been reported by Hugo Schiff in 1864. Schiff base compound contain azomethine -C≡N with a general formula RHC=N-R’ where R and R’ are alkyl, aryl, cyclo alkyl or heterocyclic groups which may be variously substituted. These compounds are also known as anils, imines or azomethines (Mishra N. et al, 2013). Structurally, a Schiff base

  • Coordination Chemistry of 3D Transition Metals

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    1.1 Introduction: Coordination chemistry, which is the chemistry of metal complexes, is an important and fascinating branch of chemistry. The coordination compounds including organometallics are of significant importance and play a pivotal role in industry, technology and life processes. Due to their potential applications in various fields it has always fascinated and inspired chemists all over the world. This can be evidenced by the vast prolificity and scope of research papers on the subject in

  • Coordination Behavior Of New Bis

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    Coordination behaviour of new bis(tridentate ONO, ONS and ONN) donor hydrazones towards some transition metal ions: Synthesis, spectral, thermal, antimicrobial and antitumor studies Magdy Shebl * Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Education, Ain Shams University, Roxy, Cairo, Egypt * e-mail address: magdy_shebl@hotmail.com Tel: +20 233120546. Abstract Three new hydrazone ligands, H2L1, H2L2 and H4L3, were prepared by condensation of 4,6-bis(1-hydrazonoethyl)benzene-1,3-diol with furan-2-carboxaldehyde

  • The Importance Of Internet On The Internet

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    Nowadays, internet has been one of the most important things in human’s life. It is an unseen bridge that allows people to access the world. A fast flow of information and communication are what provided in internet. Any information we need is easily gained without limited by time and space. Internet is a huge media to allow humans connect each other. Whatever are the events in one part of the world, will quickly be recognized by those who are on the other side. By the development of information

  • Analysis Of Shel Silverstein 's Works

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    In this fun strategy, students use a “phone,” (usually a rounded piece of plastic, like a PVC pipe) to hear themselves. It is effective for building fluency, since students can focus on their speaking. Additionally, they help to keep students focused on instruction. Students monitor their own reading and the classroom is usually quiet because students are encouraged to whisper (hence the name) so that all students can hear themselves (Cadieux, 2012). This strategy is a simple one: practice. The

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