Chemistry Essays

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How does Homeostasis Help

The body naturally reacts to activity by sweating, breathing heavily and your heart pumping. These physiological factors are important to the body state of homeostasis. The body stays consistent during regular functions but changes with exercise that affect the body’s temperature, blood oxygen levels, sugar levels and hydration. Keeping these properties regulated during exercise is […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1593 Topics: Chemistry, Human Body, Physiology

A Revolutionary Method in Water Treatment

INTRODUCTION Water is the most important natural resource in the world; its importance cannot be over emphasized. It is the most abundant liquid on earth as it covers three quarters of the earth surface. While 71% of the surface of the Earth is covered by oceans, the freshwater resources contained in aquifers, lakes, rivers and […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2409 Topics: Chemistry, Drinking Water
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The Discovery of Marie Cury

Through human history, war has always developed new technologies that are advancements outside of war. World War I and World War II were the most influential periods in human history in terms of technological improvement. When Marie Curie created the x-ray she created one of the most important recent medical advancements. When Lewis Nixon invented […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2209 Topics: Albert Einstein, Chemistry, Physics, Radiation Therapy

Alkaline Phosphatase in Biochemistry Experiment

Biochemistry is used to show the chemical processes that occur in living organisms. In most biochemistry laboratories, researchers dedicated to the study of chemical processes and biological macromolecules. In the lab, many laboratory techniques have been used to isolate, quantitate, measured ammonium salt fractionation and many other fundamental techniques that are used in the laboratory. […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2260 Topics: Biotechnology, Chemistry, Protein

Scientists’ Inventions Created in World War i and World War II

Through human history, war has always developed new technologies that are advancements outside of war. World War I and World War II were the most influential periods in human history in terms of technological improvement. When Marie Curie created the x-ray she created one of the most important recent medical advancements. When Lewis Nixon invented […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2190 Topics: Albert Einstein, Chemistry, Physics, Scientific, Scientist