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Microbial Analysis of Water

Introduction: The analysis of microbes in water is a key aspect of water quality that estimates the number of micro-organisms in water and if needed the type of micro-organisms. These microbes may be pathogenic to human beings.The analysis…

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A Fourth Helping Of Random Thoughts About Physics

Sometimes you have a new thought, an idea, or eureka moment, but it’s not gutsy enough to expand into a reasonable length article or essay. So, here’s my fourth pot-pourri of thoughts dealing with physics and related, too…

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Some Fun Filled Science Experiments

Science can be fun when demonstrated experimentally. Below are a few fun-filled experiments that help understand certain concepts. The Anti-gravity wheel A wheel weighing 19 kg is lifted overhead being held only at one end of a meter…

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Molecular Polarity

Molecules and bonds can be classified in a variety of ways. Both can placed into the category of being polar or non-polar. For a molecule or bond to be polar, there has to be a separation of electric…

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The Different Kinds of Reactions

There are five kinds of reactions. They are combination reaction, decomposition reactions, single replacement reaction, double replacement reaction and combustion reactions. These reactions have their own specialty and different looks. The combination reaction is a kind of chemical…

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Some Thoughts About Physics

Sometimes you have a new thought, an idea, or eureka moment, but it’s not gutsy enough to expand into a reasonable length article or essay. So, here’s another potpourri of thoughts dealing with physics and related, too good…

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The Importance of Power

Dr. Royal Raymond Rife used a single tube frequency device to grow the Cancer virus many times faster than normal. Low power frequency energy from single tube devices like Rife used in his laboratory stimulates metabolism by increasing…

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Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD)

In environmental chemistry, chemical oxygen demand (COD) tests the measurement of oxygen that is consumed during the test by particular organic compound. In other words the COD test is used to measure the amount organic matter present in…

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Water Meets Electricity

Our parents always tell us not to be around water when there is a lightning, not to use our hair dryer next to running water, and definitely not to have plugs anywhere near water. There is a reason…

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Hot Air Balloon

Hot air balloons are a leisure flying air vessel that uses warm air from burning propane, as energy. Hot air balloons have three main parts: an envelope or balloon, a basket, and burners. The envelope is a bag…

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