Month: November 2017

Prevention of Cross Contamination in Pharmaceuticals

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Cross contamination is the process where foreign chemical, physical or biological substances are unknowingly transferred from another material or product to the starting material or product. Cross contamination in pharmaceuticals should be avoided at all costs as both…

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The Periodic Table & Its Components

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The Periodic Table is an arrangement of chemical elements which are sorted in order by increasing atomic numbers in vertical columns referred to as groups, and horizontal rows known as periods. It is a resourceful tool in chemistry…

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The Magnetic Surveys

There are three types of magnetic surveys: ground based, aero magnetic survey, and ship borne survey. When the target of interest requires closely spaced readings, the ground magnetic survey is preferred. The ground based surveys can be carried…

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How Work and Power Are Related

We know work and power to be things that we hear in our daily lives, whether it’s working at a hospital to having the power to rule the world. But, in the world of physics, the terms work…

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Chemical Bonds

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Chemical bonds are lasting attraction forces between atoms that enable the formation of chemical compounds. However, there are four types of chemicals bonds including ionic, covalent, metallic, and hydrogen bonds. An ionic bond form when a metal loses…

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Newton’s Second Law of Motion

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Isaac Newton, a great scientist who discovered the basic laws of motion, is the founder of Newton’s Mechanics. Several well-known experiments prove Newton’s second law of motion. It demonstrates that force equals to the product of mass and…

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Laws of Motion

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Dynamics is the study of the relation between motion and the forces involved. Galileo was the first philosopher to discover the property of inertia. It is defined as the inability of the objects to change by themselves their…

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