• Windex and Plants
    are given household cleaning materials usually die due to the chemicals in them. We haven’t found a study proving that household cleaning materials have a positive effect on plant growth. One reason for these negative effects are because of the ammonia that’s in Windex and plants can take. Our...
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  • Malunggay Oleifera as Cleaning Agent
    compounds, elements or compounds and elements that is not a chemical substance, but may be called a chemical. This experiments is only after the effects of pounded malunggay leaves on common household stains. Other related matters such as longevity of the effects of the said leaves is no longer...
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  • Bleach
    the 1970s when the public became concerned about the effects of household chemicals on personal health. Dioxin, a carcinogenic byproduct of chemical manufacturing, is often found in industrial products used to bleach paper and wood. In its final bottled form, common sodium hypochlorite bleach does not...
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  • chemicals
    not removed by waste treatment processes. Instead, they enter the waterways and build up, causing an accelerated growth of some types of plant life. (See Reference 3) Chemical Effects in the Water Ammonia, nitrogen and phosphorus are all fertilizers used in agriculture to help plants grow in...
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  • Cigarette Butt as a Household Insecticide
    toxins into the water and soil. Recycling cigarette butts is a great way to turn these polluting chemicals into something useful. There are many hazardous chemicals in our environment; most of them can be located inside our own homes. Almost every household would consist of cleaning liquids like...
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  • Pollution of air and water
    . Without this process, life would not have been possible on the earth. But now it threatens life. CO2 is one of the gases responsible for this effect. Global Warming CO2 is continuously being released because of human activities. On the other hand, area under forests is decreasing. Plants utilize CO2...
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  • Utilization of Marigold Extract as Household Insecticide
    Extract as an alternative household insecticide. Specifically the study sought to answer the following questions: 1. What are the active chemical components found on Marigold Extract making it ideal as an insecticide alternative? 2. Is there a significant difference on the effect of...
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  • Malunggay Leaves and Chili Fruit as Cockroach Killer
    kill plants or animals that compete for humanity’s food supply or are otherwise undesirable. A pesticide chemical can rarely be used as originally manufactured. The pesticide must be diluted with water, oil, air or chemically inactive solids so that it can be handled by application equipment and...
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  • Air Pollution
    slow down by creating a temporary cooling effect for a few days or weeks. 2.) The way that student is able to solve that environmental problem - Eliminate Toxic Chemical Use at Home --- A surprising number of household or home shop chemicals are toxic and volatile. Many release vapors into the...
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  • Alternative Energy Sources
    the Earth's natural resources into electricity. Coal is the fossil fuel used to produce more then half of all the electricity for the United States. These coal-burning power plants throughout the world are a major source of radioactive materials released into the environment. The chemicals these...
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  • Env 1020-Experimental Design Assignment
    plants. The household product that we used was 5% ammonia. Ammonia is a chemical compound composed of nitrogen and hydrogen, with a formula of NH3. Nitrogen is one of the main ingredients commercial agriculture, industrial manufacturing, and household cleaning products. It can be used to clean floors...
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  • Environmental Health and Safety
    flushed down a toilet, sink or drain, household hazardous waste goes through the sewage system to treatment plants not equipped to handle hazardous waste. At treatment plants, hazardous waste interferes with the biological treatment process by killing bacteria and contaminating the effluent that...
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  • Poisoning
    effects. Poisons can be divided into those intended for human use (foods and their additives, pharmaceuticals, toiletries, and cosmetics) and those that are not (household products, industrial chemicals, and agricultural products). Overdose refers to excessive amounts of the former and any amount...
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  • The Effect Of Population Growth
    and power plants emit high levels of carbon monoxide, organic compounds, and chemicals into the air. This happens almost everywhere that people live. Petroleum refineries also release lots of hydrocarbons into the air. The other well-known contributor to air pollution is the burning of fossil fuels...
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  • Water Pollution
    | | | |contains impurities such as organic materials and plant nutrients that tend to rot. The main | | | |organic materials are food and vegetable waste, plant nutrient come from chemical soaps, washing | | | |powders, etc. Domestic sewage is also very likely to contain disease-causing microbes. Thus...
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  • Hypothesis of Factors Leading to Sex
    that can act as a good 2,4-d, has been linked to cancers inherbicide. The reasons for the purpose humans, and sexual deformities in frogsare as listed. Firstly, household items are so chemicals that are used are atested is because it is inexpensive, combination of household andcommonly found and it...
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  • Pollution Analysis
    signs that our long history with pollution is going to have a negative effect on our planet and future generations More than two billion of the world’s poorest people still rely on biomass: wood, charcoal, Animal dung, crop wastes and coal-burning for household energy needs. Use of these fuels...
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  • introduction of an investigatory
    on a high chair tray that has just been wiped down with a household cleaner or dish detergent? Another factor is that, pound for pound children’s exposure are higher than adult’s because, although the amount of chemicals in an exposure remains equal, children’s bodies are smaller so the concentration...
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  • Pollution
    such as steel plants, and motor vehicles. This problem is more severe in the US and in parts of Europe. Chemicals in drinking water Chemicals in water can be both naturally occurring or introduced by human interference and can have serious health effects. Fluoride. Fluoride in the water is...
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  • Folio Biology
    duty trucks, trains, shipping vessels and airplanes , all burn lots of fossil fuels. Furthermore, Crop dusting, fumigating homes, household cleaning products or painting supplies, over the counter insect killers, fertilizer dust emit harmful chemicals into the air and cause pollution...
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