"Sterilisation Of Water Using Bleaching Powder" Essays and Research Papers

  • Sterilisation Of Water Using Bleaching Powder

    STERILIZATION OF WATER USING BLEACHING POWDER A CHEMISTRY INVESTIGATORY PROGECT ANSHUL KUMAR PANDEY XII B [THIS PROJECT LOOKS AT THE TECHNIQUE CALLED STERILIZATION OF WATER USING BLEACHING POWDER WHICH IS USED TO PURIFY WATER AND MAKES IT FIT FOR DRINKING.] Downloaded from www.icbse.com INDEX 1. Certificate of Authenticity 2. Acknowledgement 3. Introduction -Need of Water -Purification of Water -Need for a stable purification technique 4. Theory -History of Water purification -Bleaching powder...

    Bleach, Chlorine, Drinking water 2846  Words | 11  Pages

  • Sterilization Of Water Using Bleaching Powder

    STERILIZATION OF WATER USING BLEACHING POWDER A CHEMISTRY INVESTIGATORY PROjECT ANSHUL KUMAR PANDEY XII B [THIS PROJECT LOOKS AT THE TECHNIQUE CALLED STERILIZATION OF WATER USING BLEACHING POWDER WHICH IS USED TO PURIFY WATER AND MAKES IT FIT FOR DRINKING.] INDEX I. Introduction -Need of Water -Purification of Water -Need for a stable purification technique II. Theory -History of Water purification -Bleaching powder and its preparation -Use of Bleaching powder...

    Bleach, Chlorine, Drinking water 2424  Words | 9  Pages

  • Sterilization of Water

    Project Report - Determination of the Dosage of Bleaching Powder Required for Sterilization of Different Samples of Water CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION 2. GENERAL METHODS USED 3. THEORY 4. REQUIREMENTS 5. PROCEDURE 6. OBSERVATION TABLES 7. CALCULATIONS 8. RESULT 9. CONCLUSION INTRODUCTION Water is the major constituent of all living beings. Water necessary to sustain all types of life. The water used for drinking purpose by human beings should full the following...

    Chlorine, Disinfectant, Disinfectants 1915  Words | 7  Pages

  • Bleaching Powder

    Calcium hypochlorite is a chemical compound with formula Ca(ClO)2. It is widely used for water treatment and as a bleaching agent. This chemical is considered to be relatively stable and has greater available chlorine than sodium hypochlorite (liquid bleach). Preparation It is manufactured by the calcium process: ~\mathrm{2Cl_2 + 2Ca(OH)_2\longrightarrow \ Ca(OCl)_2 + CaCl_2 + 2H_2O}. "Bleaching powder" is a mixture of calcium hypochlorite (Ca(OCl)2) and the basic chloride CaCl2, H2O with...

    Bleach, Calcium, Calcium hydroxide 390  Words | 2  Pages

  • bleaching

    In-Office Bleaching Technique and Walking Bleach Technique Harvey D. Abdosan IV-OBB (Researcher) Ms. Luzviminda A. Dinglasan (Research Adviser) Introduction One of the problems of Filipino today is the yellowish teeth they have. Some of them are afraid to smile because they are ashamed of their teeth. Now is there any process that can help them with this kind of problem? Bleaching is a whitening process that can occur in solution or on a surface (Elsevier 2006). Therefore, bleaching is a process...

    American Dental Association, Bleaches, Chlorine 653  Words | 4  Pages

  • Recrystallization of Acetanilide Using Water as Solvent

    OF ACETANILIDE USING WATER AS SOLVENT Lagarteja, M.C.B.; Lim, H.G.N.; Lizo, K.J.R.; *Macalino, M.D.L.; Macapala, C. 2D-Pharmacy, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Santo Tomas Abstract Recrystallization is a technique used to purify organic solids. This method involves dissolving of a solute in a solvent and inciting the solute to produce a precipitate from a solution. In this experiment, acetic anhydride was added to the mixture of 2mL aniline and 20mL of distilled water. The mixture was...

    Acetic acid, Acetic anhydride, Ethanol 1250  Words | 5  Pages

  • Water Pollution

    Water Pollution Introduction There are more things affect earth bad and make environment polluted like wastes, plastics, smokes and much more make earth and environment polluted and difficulty. Pollution is one of thing like this Pollution make environment difficult there are different types of pollutions like Air Pollution , Land Pollution , Noise Pollution , Water Pollution , Light Pollution and Soil Pollution these all have separate effects to human body and earth with environment . Definition...

    Environmentalism, Light pollution, Noise pollution 1122  Words | 3  Pages

  • Coal Bleaching

    Coral Bleaching Inquiry Questions: What is coral Bleaching? I researched this question in order to broaden my knowledge and understanding of Coral Beaching. How does coral bleaching occur? This question helped me understand the process of coral bleaching and what is involved for corals to become “bleached”. What happens when it gets out of hand? I researched this in order to support my argument against coral bleaching as it states the negatives and damage it causes. What can...

    Belize Barrier Reef, Climate change, Coral 923  Words | 4  Pages

  • Powder Metallurgy Lab

    Powder Metallurgy Lab Introduction: The purpose of this lab is to create two material samples through the process of powder metallurgy. After these samples have been manufactured completely through this process then they are evaluated under a microscope. One sample was sintered, and the other one was in its original compacted state for a comparison of how sintering affected the properties of the sample material. Theory: There are many different forms of Powder Metallurgy, but die pressing...

    Ceramic engineering, Chemical compound, Chemical substance 917  Words | 3  Pages

  • Biological Washing Powder

    Essay on enzymes Biological washing powder Hee-Jun Park 8B We have used enzymes over many years to make many clothing and also foods or drinks, such as, drinks, bread, cheese, beer and wine. Even though, the first person that realized how to make these noticed nothing about enzymes. There are many types of enzymes existing to help our industrial life. And the difference of each enzyme is for us to do different things. The use of enzyme in industry has become very central in the modern domain. Enzymes...

    Catalysis, Chemical reaction, Detergent 1228  Words | 3  Pages

  • Gun Powder

    Gunpowder (a.k.a black powder) is a mixture of sulphur, charcoal, and potassium nitrate. Gunpowder is a compound that can be made just using potassium nitrate and charcoal, but without the sulphur, the powder is not as strong as with the sulphur. It burns rapidly, producing a volume of hot gas that is made up of carbon dioxide, water, and nitrogen, and a solid residue of potassium sulfide. Because of its burning rate and properties and the amount of heat and gas volume that it can generate, gunpowder...

    Carbon, Combustion, Gunpowder 1355  Words | 4  Pages

  • Coral Bleaching

    English 2 Honors 31 May 2011 Coral Bleaching What is Coral bleaching? Coral bleaching is the whitening of corals due to expulsion or death of the protozoa’s pigment. The corals that form the structure of reef ecosystems of tropical seas depend upon a symbiotic relationship with unicellular protozoa, called zooxanthellae, which live within their tissues. Zooxanthellae give coral its coloration. Under stress, corals may release their zooxanthella, which causes the coral to look...

    Algae, Climate change, Coral 799  Words | 3  Pages

  • Coral Reefs and Bleaching Phenomenon

    decided to explore this biological component of the ocean environment. In the following paper, I will provide a general overview of coral reefs and examine the alarming depletion of coral and their ecological symbionts in a process known as coral bleaching. As mentioned earlier, coral reefs are among the most diverse and productive of all communities on Earth. They are also the largest biological structures on the planet. The Great Barrier Reef, along the eastern coast of Australia, covers over...

    Algae, Cnidaria, Coral 1486  Words | 4  Pages

  • Skin Bleaching Research Paper

    Skin Bleaching Epidemic: Bleaching for Beauty Introduction to Sociology, 1804 Dr. Max Orezzoli November 21, 2011 Skin Bleaching is defined as a practice of using chemical substances in attempt to lighten skin tone or provide an even skin complexion by lessening the concentration of melanin. There are several methods in which this can be achieved from the use of topical creams and gel, chemical peels and even skin whitening pills known as...

    Black people, Brown people, Color terminology for race 1899  Words | 5  Pages

  • Coral Bleaching

    Jenna Chemistry Honors Block 3 Coral Bleaching There are many ecological problems occurring currently on earth. We hear about ecological problems such as global warming, pollution and deforestation often. But coral bleaching, even though less mentioned is still a very serious ecological problem. Coral reefs are found in shallow tropical waters along the shores of islands and continents. A coral colony is made up of numerous individual coral polyps. A Coral reef is mainly composed of calcium...

    Algae, Climate change, Cnidaria 2630  Words | 7  Pages

  • Purification of Water : a Study

    amount of Bleaching Powder Required to disinfect different samples of Water. INDEX I. Introduction o Purification of Water o History of Water Purification o Bleaching Powder II. Experiment o Aim o Requirements o Theory o Procedure o Observations o Result o Precautions Introduction 98% of the Earth’s water is present in the oceans with an average salinity of 3.5%. The remainder of the Earth's water constitutes...

    Chlorination, Chlorine, Drinking water 1697  Words | 9  Pages

  • baking soda versus baking powder

    Part One- Research Baking soda and baking powder What is the chemical name for baking soda? The proper chemical name for sodium bicarbonate or baking soda is sodium hydrogen carbonate.{Source 1} What does baking powder contain? It is made from an alkali, bicarbonate of soda, and an acid, cream of...

    Acid, Acid salts, Carbon dioxide 1162  Words | 4  Pages

  • Skin Bleaching

    TOPIC: Prejudice Theme: The emotional and physical effect of skin bleaching among Jamaican Youths. Name: Suzanne Coke School: Immaculate Conception High School Centre Number: 100051 Candidate Number: Teacher: Mr. Ocnacuwenga Territory: Jamaica Date: May 2011 Introduction This paper discusses the emotional, psychological and physical effects of skin bleaching among the youths of Jamaica. It highlights if there is any lack of knowledge on the effects it...

    Anthropology, Discrimination, High school 1559  Words | 7  Pages

  • Water

     Don't wallow, shoot into the shower A quick shower uses far less water than a long soak in the tub. Think twice before you have one! Save your washing up for one wash Instead of washing up as you go, save it up and do it in one go to minimise the amount of water you use. As one MoneySaver says, it's a great excuse to leave the washing up! Conserve water and 'mulch' your garden plants Mulching garden plants (covering with wood chippings or leaf mould) reduces the need for watering...

    Clothes dryer, Hygiene, Laundry 1089  Words | 4  Pages

  • Fluorescent Bleaching Agent

    Treated material remits more light in the visible region than does an untreated white sample and thus appear ‘whiter than white’. Main used of this agent is in laundry detergents and textile finishing, they are also generally found in domestic waste waters that have a component of laundry effluent. Major usage is in laundry detergent that is to replace whitening agents removed during washing and to make the clothes appear cleaner. Before the use of FBA, common practice was to apply small amounts of...

    Color, Electromagnetic radiation, Fluorescence 2257  Words | 7  Pages

  • Water

    Water consumption and scarcity has become an increasing priority for Australia. In order to manage this issue, it is essential to have accurate and timely information about it. To this end, the federal government has introduced the Commonwealth Water Act (2007). This gave the Bureau of Meteorology responsibility for: Issuing national water information standards > Collecting and publishing water information > Publishing an annual National Water Account. > The Bureau has since established...

    Drinking water, Hydrology, Water 1404  Words | 3  Pages

  • Water

    Water Pollution Water – The Elixir of Life   Can you imagine life without water?  Take a minute and think about it.  We need water for all our daily essential activities – drinking, bathing, cleaning…   In fact, every living thing on this planet needs water Water pollution   And what do we do with this vital resource?   We take its all important ability – we all know that water can dissolve many of the thing that we dump in it – to make it a giant rubbish bin. In fact, we even throw things...

    Eutrophication, Marine pollution, Nonpoint source pollution 1019  Words | 12  Pages

  • Water

    Results 1. We cannot tolerate children dying for a glass of water The Guardian (London) - Final Edition, March 8, 2006 Wednesday, COMMENT; Pg. 32, 923 words, Kevin Watkins Return to List 1 of 1 DOCUMENT The Guardian (London) - Final Edition March 8, 2006 Wednesday We cannot tolerate children dying for a glass of water BYLINE: Kevin Watkins SECTION: COMMENT; Pg. 32 LENGTH: 923 words The rich world must act to prevent dirty water and poor sanitation now killing more than a million children...

    Bottled water, Drinking water, Mineral water 1027  Words | 3  Pages

  • Scientfic Investigatory Project (Cassava as Body Powder)

    SECONDARY EDUCATION Sta. Mesa, Manila Belarjang, Elizar A. Lacsamana, Reiko M. Mangohom, Mary Rose V. Salavaria, Bia C. Yen Cheung, Christal Lyn F. In partial fulfillment of the course Biological Science Manihot Esculenta as Body Powder Prof. Hazel M. de Ramos TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgment…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..1 Abstract…………………………………………………………….…………………………………………………………………..2 Objectives………………………………………………………………………………………………….………………………….3 Methodology………………………………………………………………………………………………...

    Cassava, Earth, Euphorbiaceae 1202  Words | 5  Pages

  • Malunggay can be used as water purifier

    can be used as water purifier By Helen Flores (The Philippine Star) | Updated July 12, 2008 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines – Aside from its potential as biofuel feedstock, the seed of moringa, locally known as malunggay, could also be used for treating water, a Filipino scientist said yesterday. Dr. Isidro Sia, a professor of the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology of the University of the Philippines-Manila, said moringa seeds have been found to be one of the most effective water purifiers, based...

    Drinking water, Flocculation, Moringa oleifera 1707  Words | 10  Pages

  • Specific Heat Experiment of Stainless Steel Using Water

    Experiment of Stainless Steel using Water Data Table I: Specific Heat Capacities of Common Substances | Substances | Specific Heat Capacity J/(gC) | Water | 4.184 | Ice | 2.06 | Steam | 1.87 | Stainless Steel | 0.0927 | Iron | 0.0449 | Aluminum | 0.897 | Copper | 0.385 | Brass | 0.376 | Gold | 0.129 | Lead | 0.129 | Carbon (graphite) | 0.709 | Density of Water | dH2O= 1.0 g/mL | Procedures: 1. Measure the cylinder that your teacher gave you using a triple balance scale...

    Absolute zero, Density, Heat 682  Words | 3  Pages

  • Water Treatment

    Water treatment * Water treatment  - describes those industrial-scale processes used to make water more acceptable for a desired end-use. These can include use for drinking water, industry, medical and many other uses. Such processes may be contrasted with small-scale water sterilization practiced by campers and other people in wilderness areas. The goal of all water treatment process is to remove existing contaminants in the water, or reduce the concentration of such contaminants so the water...

    Drinking water, Flocculation, Sewage treatment 1407  Words | 5  Pages

  • “Rock Powder Candy “

    Technology III Science Investigatory Project (SIP) “Rock Powder Candy “ Authors John Kenneth Geran Jomarie Magdaraog Queency Gonzales Carla Marie Llabres Mary Angelika Nachor Sheena Niegas Liza Rosete Jezica Villanueva Razel Anne Voloso Mrs. Maricel Mayorga Danumen Rock Powder Candy Abstract The hypothesis of this experiment is that if I add different amounts of sugar to the same amount of boiling water and allow it to be cooled, than the one with the additional cup...

    Crystal, Crystallization, Flavor 1506  Words | 6  Pages

  • Tainted Water

    TAINTED WATER ChemMatters February 1988 (page 13-15) “Water itself doesn't conduct electricity; it's the minerals in it that conduct the electricity, not the water.” * When a tap water was produced to an electrical device with a pair of probes and a light bulb, the bulb immediately beamed. The reason for this to happen is the presence of minerals in water. However, when this was tested with distilled water, it was observed that the light bulb did not beam. This proves that water by itself is...

    Aluminium, Chemical engineering, Distillation 743  Words | 3  Pages

  • Preparation of a Salt (Lead Iodide) by Using Precipitation Method.

    Subject: Chemistry SL Title: Preparation of a salt (lead iodide) by using precipitation method. Aim: To produce 1.50 g of lead iodide, PbI2, assuming 100 % conversion, using 1.00 g solid potassium iodide, KI, and 0.1 M lead nitrate, Pb(NO3)2 solution of volume 30 cm3 and hence calculate percentage yield. Calculations: 2KI(s) + Pb(NO3)2( aq) —> PbI2 (s) + 2KNO3 (aq) Mass of PbI2 to be produced = 1.5 g Moles of PbI2 = = 0.003 Moles of KI = 0.003*2 = 0.006 Mass of KI = 0.006*166 = 1.00 g ...

    Lead(II) iodide, Lead(II) nitrate, Mass 860  Words | 4  Pages

  • Water Filtration

     Name: Affiliated Institution: Course: Date: Water Filtration The methods used in this experiment are simple filtration methods which are used by many water companies worldwide. In this experiment simple lab equipment was used, after contaminating water with various contaminants the water was filtered by using cheesecloth, sand, activated charcoal and alum. The contaminants used in the experiment are the most common and the most hazardous. They include;...

    Drinking water, Surface runoff, Water 1698  Words | 7  Pages

  • Bleaching Away the Beauty of Coral Reefs

    Bleaching Away the Beauty of Coral Reefs Pretend you are about to go scuba diving in the ocean. You jump in the water and begin to sink down. As you start surveying the coral reefs around you, something catches your eye. The coral has turned white, and no longer moves with life. This whiteness seems to have spread over a large area of the reef. You no longer see the colorful branches swaying in the current, or the schools of tropical fish swimming through the leaves. This death-ridden reef...

    Algae, Cnidaria, Coral 2340  Words | 7  Pages

  • Water Quality and Contamination

     “Water Quality and Contamination” Shirley Tinsley SCI207: Dependence of Man on the Environment Instructor: Oleg Maksimov July 07, 2014 ABSTRACT: Experiments were done on the water quality and the contamination of groundwater. First, I observed the effects that different pollutants had on groundwater. I predicted that the experiments with the oil and vinegar would create the most contaminations to the water. When the laundry detergent were mixed...

    Drinking water, Green, Water 1893  Words | 8  Pages

  • Water Pollution

    70% water and 30% of land. Our body is also composed of 2/3 of water. In other words life without water is INPOSIBLE.Imagine what would happen if amount of water in nature would be drastically reduced? I believe we all know the answer and the consequences. The entire flora, fauna and the entire human being will die slowly. Now a day, we have a lot of amount of water in our planet but that is a big paradox because a big part from that water is polluted. Basically living the life without water or with...

    Eutrophication, Marine pollution, Oxygen 1940  Words | 5  Pages

  • Water Hardness Titration

    Title: Determination of Water Hardness Using a Titrator Purpose: To become familiar with the concept of water hardness, practice a titration technique using a titrator, and determine the hardness of the local water supply. Procedure: 1. Gather the test tube holder, small stopcock, 10-mL syringe (titrator), and 2 thick textbooks and the LabPaq box or 5-6 thick textbooks. 2. Remove the plunger from the titrator and place it back in your LabPaq box. 3. Attach the stopcock to the tip of...

    Calcium, Hard water, Liquid 1068  Words | 4  Pages

  • Water

    Running head: Should water be sold as a product or it is a human right that cannot be sold Water as the commodity Bakai Raiymkan uulu KIMEP University, Almaty Abstract Outline 1. Introduction A. Water is necessary for a wide range of human activities. B. Water is a finite resource. C. Water is distributed unequally among the nations. Thesis Statement: While some see the positive sides to considering water as a commodity, others foresee the negative effects that such idea...

    Human, Human rights, Water 1348  Words | 4  Pages

  • water

    A 2007 study finds that discharge of untreated sewage is the single most important cause for pollution of surface and ground water in India. There is a large gap between generation and treatment of domestic waste water in India. The problem is not only that India lacks sufficient treatment capacity but also that the sewage treatment plants that exist do not operate and are not maintained.[1] The majority of the government-owned sewage treatment plants remain closed most of the time due to improper...

    Aquatic ecology, India, Sewage 1122  Words | 4  Pages

  • Water

    to tell about  WATER water is the most imp thing on earth.without water no life.We take it for granted, we waste it, and we even pay too much to drink it from little plastic bottles.  And still, today, nearly 1 billion people in the developing world don't have access to it. Clean, safe drinking water is scarce. It is the foundation of life, a basic human need. Yet today, all around the world, far too many people spend their entire day searching for it. Simply put, water scarcity is either...

    Battle of Karbala, Drinking water, Husayn ibn Ali 1488  Words | 5  Pages

  • water

    Drinking too much water can lead to hyponatremia, water intoxication, water poisoning and death Liquid H2O is the sine qua non of life.   Making up about 66 percent of the human body, water runs through the blood, inhabits the cells, and lurks in the spaces between. At every moment water escapes the body through sweat, urination, defecation or exhaled breath, among other routes. Replacing these lost stores is essential but rehydration can be overdone. There is such a thing as a fatal water overdose.   ...

    Dehydration, Drink, Drinking 1267  Words | 4  Pages

  • Best Protein Powder for Women

    For years protein powder has been known as a powerful supplement that can help build strong muscles. It is commonly used by men who are into body building. However nowadays, women are using protein powder to beef up their muscles and to lose weight. In fact, there are many proofs that it is effective to them. Hence, the belief concerning protein powder is only for men are now considered a taboo. It is not true that taking a protein powder will make you gain weight. If you’re someone who wants to...

    Amino acid, Bodybuilding, Face powder 1492  Words | 4  Pages

  • Water Pollution

    Assignment: WATER POLLUTION 1) What is water pollution? 2) What causes water pollution? 3) Name the 2 sources of pollution 4) What are the different types of water pollution? 5) How can water pollution be prevented? 6) Pollution can be: MICROBIOLOGICAL, CHEMICAL, SUSPENDED MATTER, NUTRIENTS, OXYGEN-DEPLETING SUBSTANCES. Give one real example for each cse with a brief explanation. 1) 1- Water pollution is the contamination of water bodies, very...

    Drinking water, Tap water, Water 1800  Words | 12  Pages

  • Water Pollution with Sollution

    Water pollution When toxic substances enter lakes, streams, rivers, oceans, and other water bodies, This results in the pollution of water Water pollution has many sources. The most polluting of them are the city sewage and industrial waste discharged into the rivers. Agricultural run-off, or the water from the fields that drains into rivers, is another major water pollutant as it contains fertilizers and pesticides. Domestic sewage waste water that is discarded from households called...

    Groundwater, Pollution, Sewage treatment 1763  Words | 7  Pages

  • preparation of alumina powders

    PREPARATION OF ALUMINA POWDERS 1. BAYERS PROCESS INTRODUCTION The Bayer Process was invented and patented in 1887 by Austrian scientist Karl Josef Bayer. Two to three tonnes of bauxite are required to produce one tonne of alumina. 90% of the global alumina supply of around 90 million tonnes is used in aluminium production. DEFINITION The Bayer process is the principal industrial means of refining bauxite to produce alumina (aluminium oxide). The aluminium oxide must be purified before...

    Aluminium, Aluminium hydroxide, Aluminium oxide 1248  Words | 5  Pages

  • Pollution of air and water

    Finish Line & Beyond POLLUTIION OF AIIR AND WATER Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into an environment that causes instability, disorder, harm or discomfort to the ecosystem i.e. physical systems or living organisms. Pollution can take the form of chemical substances, or energy, such as noise, heat, or light energy. Pollutants, the elements of pollution, can be foreign substances or energies, or naturally occurring; when naturally occurring, they are considered contaminants when they...

    Air pollution, Oxygen, Pollution 1410  Words | 5  Pages

  • Facts About Water

    Interesting and Useful Water Facts | | 1. Roughly 70 percent of an adult’s body is made up of water. 2. At birth, water accounts for approximately 80 percent of an infant’s body weight. 3. A healthy person can drink about three gallons (48 cups) of water per day. 4. Drinking too much water too quickly can lead to water intoxication. Water intoxication occurs when water dilutes the sodium level in the bloodstream and causes an imbalance of water in the brain. 5. Water intoxication is...

    Drinking water, Pollution, Sewage treatment 1371  Words | 4  Pages

  • water purification

    Introduction Water is necessary to life but it can be unhealthy too. In general, the water quality is poor in developing countries like Kenya. Water is a vector of diseases like yellow fever, diarrhea… Water purification is very important in these countries but people don’t have a lot of time to spare, they work or they are in the field and in general women must spend a significant amount of time walking to collect water. So we need to find a quick, easy, and economic solution that is as...

    Bacteria, Escherichia coli, Microbiology 2041  Words | 7  Pages

  • Powder Paint and Coating

    corrosion for a much longer period of time. Powder coating is different from painting. There are no liquids or solvents. Therefore, it is the ultimate coating for environmental friendliness. Being dry, the powder overspray can be reclaimed for very high application efficiency. It uses heat to convert its state from a powder to a continuous film. The powder coating materials are basically plastics that have been ground into a fine powder. The coating powder is formulated with plastic resins, pigments...

    Electric charge, Epoxy, Heat 961  Words | 3  Pages

  • Experiment 15 the Purification of Water

    Experiment 15 The Purification of Water Date Performed: 9/25/2012 Joe Shmoe Date Submitted: 9/26/2012 Chemistry 1046L-sec07 Lab TA: Blankity Blank Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to learn about the various processes by which water is processed and treated. This experiment will involve removing chemical impurities in water through using techniques such as absorption spectrophotometry, sample collection, serial dilution, filtration PH and graphical analysis. If this...

    Acid, Chemistry, Concentration 1022  Words | 4  Pages

  • Water Introduction Water

     WATEr Introduction Water is an essential component of life and w/o it life is impossible.  It covers about 71.4% of the Earth. Pure water has no smell, taste, or colour. Water can be found in solid, liquid or gaseous form. Water is regarded as a universal solvent. It is the only one whose solid form (ice) is lighter than its liquid form as it expands by 8% while freezing. Hard water Hard water is water that has high mineral content (in contrast with "soft water"). Hard water is formed when...

    Ion exchange, Irrigation, Rainwater harvesting 1105  Words | 4  Pages

  • Malungay Powder

    Malunggay Powder, A Solution for Nutritional Diffeciencies I. Background of the study Health awareness is the prime investment, ingenuity is the investor’s joining effort, and wellness is the net gain. Most people think that adapting a healthy and well conditioned life is expensive and difficult to achieve. The significance is just how one resourcefully utilizes the cheap, the natural abundance of nature, and the untiring quest to alternatives and remedies. Malunggay is a kind of...

    Bag, Moringa oleifera, Mortar and pestle 780  Words | 4  Pages

  • Water Purifiers in India

    Marketing and branding practices of water purifiers in India With more and more Indians becoming aware of the hazards of drinking impure water, the demand for effective water purifiers is growing rapidly. The majority of intestinal disorders and infections are caused by water borne micro organisms. As a result, the number of consumers looking for reliable purification options is increasing not only in the metros but also in towns across India. Tap water may contain both biological and chemical...

    Drinking water, Reverse osmosis, Water 2307  Words | 7  Pages

  • Chili Powder and Recipe Overview Cuisine

    Urad daal 2. Salt to taste 3. Oil to fry 4. 1 kg Dahi | | 5. Salt to taste 6. 2tsp Roasted cumin (jeera) powder 7. Red chilli powder to taste 8. Tamarid chutney |   | |   | Method: 1. Rinse and drain the overnight soaked beans. Add water to flour and make soft dough. 2. Leave for 1 hour after covering the dough with damp cloth. 3. Grind the beans along with chilli powder, salt and spices to prepare the stuffing. 4. Divide into 16 equal portions after mixing it well. Divide the dough...

    Cayenne pepper, Chili pepper, Chili powder 773  Words | 4  Pages

  • water

    that the book (which I referenced previously) goes into detail about which you can choose from. 2. However, some of the most popular ones are: asking a question, referencing to a current event, using a personal reference, or even saying a startling statement like I did in the beginning of this speech. Transition: Now, you may be wondering how this device relates to my life. This leads me to my next point. (I will now share...

    2006 singles, Oratory, Public speaking 849  Words | 3  Pages

  • Production of Biodiesel using Transesterification

    Biodiesel production yields varied from 81.7 to 88.0 (wt%), the lowest yields being the ones obtained using waste frying oil and lard alone as raw materials. The obtained products fulfilled most of the determined quality specifications according to European biodiesel quality standard EN 14214. Minimum purity (96.5 wt%) was closely obtained when waste frying oil was used alone and when 0.2% of lard was incorporated in the raw material (96.3 wt%); however, it ranged from 93.9 to 96.3 (wt%)...

    Cooking oil, Fat, Fatty acid 1463  Words | 6  Pages

  • Water Scarcity and the Importance of Water

    Water Scarcity & the Importance of Water Introduction: This report has been written to inform you of the world water crisis which is getting worse every second. It has also been written to inform you about the water scarcity and importance. Water Scarcity and importance: Clean, safe drinking water is not easy to find any longer. Today, nearly 1 billion people in the developing world don't have access to it. Yet, we take it for granted, we waste it, and we even pay too much to drink it from little...

    Drinking water, Water crisis, Water treatment 734  Words | 3  Pages

  • Curry Powder Indusrty

    small yet significant quantity enters international trade as spice powders. Curry powder is the foremost of those blends or mixes and sometimes consists of 20 or more spices designed to add the characteristic flavor of an Indian curry, which is appreciated all over the world. Apart from the overseas market, processed curry powder is becoming popular in the domestic market also. Hence the demand for unadulterated spices and curry powder in attractive handy packaging is fast emerging. FOOD INDUSTRY...

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