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The Reflection of Sound

People hear various kinds of sounds everyday, such as music, creatures’ voices and even ourselves’ breathing. Lots of people would like to enjoy music by their earphones instead of by their phones, for the echo of earphones is…

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Good Laboratory Practices

The knowledge gained over a long period of time in the establishment of a system of Good laboratory practices in pharmaceuticals industry is highlighted with respect to some specification like design, location, equipment, chemicals and mixing chemicals, reports…

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Sterility Assurance Level in Sterile Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

The term sterility refers to the absence of viable any microorganism; bacteria, spores, and viruses in a product. Viable microorganisms proliferate in the product eventually destroying it and making it unsafe for use. It is therefore important to…

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Basic Principles of Kinematics

The students were asked to calculate the maximum height reached by the ball, when it was thrown up at a speed of 6 meters per second. Similarly, a morning walker moves on a semi circular track of radius…

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Issac Newton’s Law of Inertia

In this particular article, readers will be able to understand Issac Newton’s Law of Inertia by learning its meaning and through real world examples. Physics, as we all know it has is the natural science, which involves the…

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Playing “What If” Games With Higher Generation Particles

We are aware that for some totally unknown and unexplained reason, there are three generations of elementary particles * and thus presumably in theory there could be three generations of atoms, molecules, and related objects with structure and…

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Theoretical Plates in HPLC

HPLC is a kind of column chromatography having a wide range of uses in pharmaceuticals and analytical chemistry as an effective separation tool. The column, which acts as the stationary phase plays a key role in the separation…

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Getting Hotter – The Heating Curve

Thermochemistry is a large and active field that relates heat, or specifically change in energy, with the reactions of chemicals. Certain chemicals release heat when combined, becoming exothermic. Some absorb heat, becoming endothermic. Water tends to gain heat…

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How AFM Products Are Shaping Our Future

Scanning tunnelling microscopy (STP) is often considered ‘the ancestor’ of atomic force microscopy. It was invented by scientists at IBM Zurich, who were then awarded a Nobel Prize in physics some years later. Advancements in this original technology…

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The Very Essence Of Space Time And Gravity

The pulling force that keeps all matter together is called gravity. As the matter increases so does the gravitational force. The amount of matter in something is measured by mass. When things are huge they exert more gravitational…

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