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When Haber was the professor of Physical and electrochemical chemistry at Karlshruhe Institute of Technology, in early 20th century Germany, he was seized of the fact that the world cannot produce enough food to feed its ever growing population. He was a Jewish born Christian convert who was ambitious and loyal to Read more…

Which You don’t have to use as much

Which is the Hardest Water?Chemistry Experimental Denise Harris640 W. Scott St.Chicago,IL 60610Grade 8Table of ContentsAcknowledgements                                                                                                                          3Purpose and Hypothesis                                                                                                                   4Review of Literature                                                                                                                        5Materials and Procedure                                                                                                                  7Results                                                                                                                                              9Conclusion, Reflection, and Application                                                                                       12                                                                               Reference List                                                                                                                                13                                                                                                            Acknowledgements Thank you to Ms. Machado for clearing up any confusion there was on the project, and Read more…

Task would equal how many litres is equivalent

Task 1:Imperial units of measurement were created in Britain during 1824 by the British weights and measures act and have also been improved since then.Common Imperial units:Measuring length:”inch”, “Foot”, “yard” and “mile”Measuring Mass:”Ounce (oz)”, “pound (lb)” and “stone”Measuring volume:”pint” and “gallon”Imperial to Metric:5/8 miles = 1 km39.37 inches = 1 Read more…

Oxygen Greek words for sour and I

OxygenOxygen Atomic number8Atomic weight15.9994Melting point-218.4oC (-361.1oF) Boiling point-183.0oC (-297.4oF) Density (1 atom, 0oC) 1.429 g/lValence2electronic config.2-6 or 1s22s22p4.Oxygen is one of the must important factors that made it possible for life to exist in this planet. Oxygen is also one of the elements must found in earth. Oxygen can be Read more…

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From: emailprotected (sally reynolds)Newsgroups: alt.sex.storiesSubject: Slumber Party (f/f, mast., shrinking)Date: 23 Mar 1996 01:08:07 GMTOrganization: Dolls Inc. c 1996 – Sally Reynolds – All Rights Reserved. This story may not be posted in any area that is not intendedstrictly for adult access only. It may not be archived withoutthe written Read more…

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