Acid Attacks Essays and Term Papers

  • Acid Attacks Under Ipc

    ACID ATTACKS UNDER IPC : AN ANALYSIS INTRODUCTION Acid attacks are a form of violence against women, where the perpetrator splashes a person or object with acid in order to deface or kill them. Although acid throwing, also known as vitriol age, has been a form of violence known to be committed...

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  • Gout

    Podagra; Gout - chronic; Chronic gout; Acute gout; Acute gouty arthritis Last reviewed: June 28, 2011. Gout is a kind of arthritis that occurs when uric acid builds up in blood and causes joint inflammation. * Acute gout is a painful condition that typically affects one joint. * Chronic gout is repeated...

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  • Corrosive Crime

    EDITORIALS Economic & Political Weekly EPW august 17, 2013 vol xlviII no 33 9 Corrosive Crime The Supreme Court’s ruling on curbing acid attacks on women is only the fi rst step. storing it and name persons accountable for this. The SC also said that those state governments who have not done so...

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  • Acid Attack: Should the Punishment Be More Stringent?

    Acid Attack: Should the punishment be more stringent? Ways to maim or murder our women- It never gets old. Sometimes they are killed in the womb itself, and if they are lucky enough to survive they are doused in kerosene and set alight, dragged and, raped, or Acid is thrown on their faces –perhaps...

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  • Yeah

    Gout Foods - Avoiding Purine-Rich Foods Diet Can Help Control Gout Attacks By Carol Eustice, About.com Guide Updated July 22, 2011 About.com Health's Disease and Condition content is reviewed by the Medical Review Board See More About: * gout diet * gout foods to avoid * gout prevention ...

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  • Acid Violence in Bangladesh

    Proposal Report: Acid Violence in Bangladesh Background: Acid throwing on women and girls are on the rise in Bangladesh. Of all the gender-based violence directed at women, one of the most horrific is acid attacks. Acids are used to disfigure and sometimes kill women and girls. Reported reasons...

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  • Notes

    on June 2, 2012 by admin786| Leave a comment By Syed Mohammad Ali It was upsetting to note recent media reports pointing out how some of the acid attack survivors portrayed in the Oscar winning movie, Saving face, have been compelled to seek legal assistance to prevent the director of the movie from...

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  • Dominic Li

    R v AB, R v Tan – Acid attack and murder Elements of the crime: Dominic Li was attacked by two men in his home in December 2002. Dominic Li was an accountant whose brother-in-law, Phillip Ma, owed money to Yonky Irvan Tan. Tan, who was a distributor or drugs developed the attack on Li in order to...

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  • Uric Acid

    Uric acid: Manage high uric acid with nutrition tip #1 High-fibre foods According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, adding foods high in dietary fibre may help lower uric acid levels in your blood. Dietary fibre may help absorb uric acid in your bloodstream, allowing it to be eliminated...

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  • Gout Control

    INTAKE If you are under an attack and do not consume enough water it can and most likely will get worse. The crystals are being melted into a soluble form and the levels of uric acid in the blood will rise significantly. If you do not keep the blood hydrated the uric acid will re-crystallize. You should...

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  • Homeostatic Imbalance

    homeostatic imbalance. Due to the kidney’s inability to filter uric acid it starts to build up in the joints and cause pain, tenderness, redness, warmth and swelling in the joints. Gout usually attacks the joint of the big toe, but it can also attack the joints in the knees, ankles, feet, hands, wrists and elbows...

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  • Sgdfuuhsdio

    reaction in which the hydrogen atom of an aromatic ring is replaced as a result of an electrophilic attack on the aromatic ring Here are three general steps to an electrophilic aromatic substitution: 1. Attack of the electrophile on the aromatic ring, creating a resonance-stabilized carbocation called an...

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  • Life

    uric acid in your blood stream. When your uric acid levels rises also the risk of gout and gout flares. • What trigger a gout attack: Gout attacks can occur when excessive uric acid forms a crystal, which causing inflammation in your joint which leads to pain and swelling. • Gout attacks can...

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  • Miss

    distinguish between the two species  Recognise carbonyl, carboxylic acid and carboxylic acid derivatives group  Write the mechanism for nycleophilic addition (on carbonyls) and nucleophilic substitution (SNAc) on carboxylic acid derivatives and apply these to different chemical species. 1. Electrophiles...

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  • Organic

    which is a strong Brønsted base and a strong nucleophile. The H- ion can therefore attack the + end of a polar C=O double bond. The neutral AlH3 molecule formed when an AlH4- ion acts as a hydride donor is a Lewis acid that coordinates to the negatively charged oxygen atom in the product of this reaction...

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  • Nitration of Methyl Benzoate

    addition of aromatic ring, would be formed from the starting material methyl benzoate and nitric acid, under the catalysis of concentrated sulfuric acid. The reaction between nitric acid and sulfuric acid resulted in the formation of nitronium ion NO2+. It then acted as strong electrophile that nitrated...

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  • Synthesis of Aspirin

    added to salicylic acid, a naturally occurring compound with significant pharmaceutical value. Without the addition of the acetyl group, salicylic acid is an irritant to the gastro-intestinal (GI) tract. Once the acetyl group is added via a simple reaction, acetylsalicylic acid (commonly referred to...

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  • Hartnup

    "Pellagra-like dermatosis,"[1] and "Hartnup disorder"[2]) is an autosomal recessive[3] metabolic disorder affecting the absorption of nonpolar amino acids (particularly tryptophan that can be, in turn, converted into Serotonin, Melatonin and Niacin). Niacin is a precursor to nicotinamide, a necessary component...

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  • Biochemistry

    body, and typically seen in patients with chronic gout attacks (4). During chronic gout attacks, the uric acid crystals formed in the less common areas as listed are typically less painful than gout attacks in the more common areas. Even so, uric acid crystals accumulated in less frequent areas are able...

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  • Organic Chemistry

    ...................................................... 81 Chapter 7: Aromatic Substitution Part I: Attack of the Electrophiles....................... 93 Chapter 8: Aromatic Substitution Part II: Attack of the Nucleophiles and Other Reactions .............................................................

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