By: Jerome Carter
Ethylene, also known as ethane, is a colorless, flammable gas. Ethylene is widely used in the chemical industry. Ethylene is a necessary ingredient or component in the manufacture of a very wide array of chemicals and products.Ethylene is a hydrocarbon, which simply means that...
Cases for the Multiverse Theory
By: Christyl Rivers
How to Wrap a Bubble in a String The greatest case put forward for the idea that we are just one of a multitude of Universes is the Anthropic Principal. Imagine a pond in which the fish cannot conceive of the idea of life above...
By: Allan Taylor
Ethylene is a colorless, odorless gas, composition C2H4, it being the simplest of the alkene hydrocarbons having a double bond, therefore it is classified as an unsaturated hydrocarbon. It is found in trace amounts in Nature (biosynthesis) and plays an important role in the ripening...
By: Nancy Seddens
Metal nanoparticles are at the forefront of various areas of research. A nanoparticle is defined as a particle with at least one dimension less than 100 nm. Although metal nanoparticles can be made from many different metals the primary one used is gold. Gold has...
By: Jerome Carter
Water is a necessity of life. Unfortunately, however, water can carry infectious agents and pollutants that are harmful to people’s health. Waterborne illnesses, caused by bacteria and other micro- organisms, are a serious threat to human health worldwide. In addition industrial pollutants often find...
A look at black holes
By: Matt Lipford
There is a force in outer space that is even more amazing than the task of trying to conceptualize the size or age of the universe itself. It is a phenomenon that boggles the mind with its sheer immensity and powerful qualities. It is a...
By: Omar Salvador
The Buzz About Electromagnetic Fields Continues None of us has ever seen, heard, or, at the very least, felt electromagnetic fields. But wherever electric current runs, we can be sure electromagnetic fields are present. Not a few people have expressed concern about the possible dangers...
By: Dr Pandula Siribaddana
Water treatment is the process of recycling or purifying waste water to acceptable levels for end-user consumption. In most instances, such treated water would be released to the environment. However, well-treated water can also be used in industrial activities, recreational activities as well as for...
By: Maya Vokes-Didier
Ferrates are environmentally friendly treatment ions that effectively treat a wide range of contaminants in water and wastewater. A need for an adequate supply of clean water is an issue faced by communities all over the world, particularly in semi-arid and arid places, where...
By: Jennifer Watson - 582581
Archimedes was a Greek scientist, mathematician and engineer. He lived in Syracuse, an ancient Greek city-state. Archimedes was born around 287 BC. He died in 212 BC at the age of 75. It is believed by some that Archimedes was killed by a Roman soldier...

 

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