Oil Papers

  • Home Technology

    1184 words, 5 pages

    The Toilet Yes...those tales you've heard are true. The toilet was first patented in England in 1775, invented by one Thomas Crapper, but the extraordinary automatic device called the flush toilet has been around for a long time. Leonardo Da Vinci in the 1400's designed one that worked, at least on paper, and Queen Elizabeth I reputably had one in her palace in Richmond in 1556, complete with flushing and overflow pipes, a bowl valve and a drain trap. In all versions, ancient and modern, the working principle is the same. Tripping a single lever (the handle) sets in motion

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    How To Make Popcorn

    1077 words, 5 pages

    Pop, pop, pop. That is the sound heard all across the nation at a theatre chain near you. Yes, you've got it; it is the sound of that popcorn popping. America's favorite movie snack food has a history beyond belief; however, that is not what we are here to talk about. Popcorn is more than just a bag in the microwave; real movie theatre popcorn takes care and proper steps and patience in order to pop correctly. Following these fairly easy instructions will make the customers happy showing the excellent customer service skills that are inside all of us. Before spea

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    International Trade

    1220 words, 5 pages

    Understanding the culture in a country or region in which you are doing business is a critical skill for the international business person. Without this knowledge, a successful outcome to the business venture can be in jeopardy. The level of world output in any given year influences the level of international trade in that year. By this it means that the slower the world economy is the less international trade and the higher the economy the higher the volume of trade. "Globalization" is a term that came into popular usage in the 1980's to describe the increased movem

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    Heat Treatment Of Metals

    1047 words, 5 pages

    Heat Treatment can precisely be described as controlled heating and cooling of metals to alter their physical and mechanical properties without changing the product shape. Heat treatment is sometimes done inadvertently due to manufacturing processes that either heat or cool the metal such as welding or forming. Additionally, Heat Treatment is often associated with increasing the strength of material, but it can also be used to alter certain manufacturability objectives such as improve machining, improve formability, restore ductility after a cold working operation. Thus it is a

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    Exxon Mobil And A History Of Spills

    2084 words, 9 pages

    Exxon Mobil is listed as one of the world’s largest fortune 500 companies according to Fortune Magazine, 2006. Because of its size, I became interested in this company for my research paper on corporate social responsibility. Exxon Mobil has a rich history that dates back to 1859. It all started when two individuals drilled an oil well in Pennsylvania. In 1870, Rockefeller and his associates formed the Standard Oil Company. Many businessmen, such as Thomas Edison and the Wright Brothers began to depend on oil for their inventions. In 1926, Standard Oil Company changed its name to

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    Investigating Combustion Of Alcohols

    2177 words, 9 pages

    Planning This investigation involves burning alcohol in the air. Key science- Chemistry by Eileen Ramsden says that " an alcohol is a series of organic, homologous compounds, with the general formula Cn H2n+1OH". The alcohol reacts with the oxygen in the air to form the products water and carbon dioxide: Cn H2n+1OH +(n+n/2)-1O2 ? nH2O + nCO2 The structure of the molecules in this reaction is: H H | | H - C - C - O- H + 3[O=O] ? 1/2[O=C=O] + 3[H-O-H] | | H H This reaction is exothermic, as heat is given out. This is because the amount reactant energy is more than t

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    Personal Essay

    1463 words, 6 pages

    Oil dependence as a source of energy has been an issue that has years of discussion. Since the oil came to be the primary source of energy, many countries have forgotten that this type of source is a non renewable source, meaning that some day and somehow the oil wells are going to dry up. This is a big problem, in which there is no solution because no country has adapted new kinds of renewable sources in their communities. Also the oil is one a really big stimulant for the global warning. When the oil is processed some products that come to the market that are useful for the people, but th

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    Car Engines

    2672 words, 11 pages

    Introduction to How Car Engines Work The purpose of a gasoline car engine is to convert gasoline into motion so that your car can move. Currently the easiest way to create motion from gasoline is to burn the gasoline inside an engine. Therefore, a car engine is an internal combustion engine -- combustion takes place internally. Two things to note: * There are different kinds of internal combustion engines. Diesel engines are one form and gas turbine engines are another. See also the articles on HEMI engines, rotary engines and two-stroke engines. Each has its

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    Will Gas Prices Prices Continue To Rise

    2612 words, 11 pages

    There once was a time when gas was $2. But an even better time was when gas was under $2. Many can remember when gas was only $1.70. In 1990, gas was only a $1.19 according to the Energy Information Administration. Today in the year 2008, gas is at an all time high at over $3.365 a gallon. Gas prices are up 19.9% from what they were last year. A month ago, the nationwide average was $3.246 a gallon. This has led to many citizens finding a new means of transportation as well as carpooling to avoid frequent fill ups. For those who own SUVs such as the Escalade or Expedition, or who own lu

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    Gas War

    1937 words, 8 pages

    Gasoline is produced by a distillation process where crude oil is heated and fumes are captured and converted into many products such as kerosene, jet fuel, and gasoline to name a few. Therefore the price of crude oil, which is extracted from oil wells beneath the earths surface, is a major factor in gas prices. The five leading oil-producing countries and their approximate shares of the world supply of oil are: Soviet Union 21%, Saudi Arabia 17%, The United States 15%, Venezuela 4%, and Mexico 4%. These five countries made up 61 % of the worlds oil production back in 1980. Even though The Uni

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    Gas/petrol Price Change

    2070 words, 9 pages

    1.0 Introduction A report was requested by Mr. Paul Morrel regarding annual vehicle sales analysis, and the affect a possible change in petrol price can have. The aim of the analysis was to compare different routes and how the annual profit can be improved. 2.0 Procedure 2.1 An excel workbook was created and figures were produced for unfixed costs(costs that are due to change), fixed costs, profit, surplus profit, total costs, maintenance costs, variable costs (maximum, minimum, and an average of unfixed costs), fines, and the depreciation costs. 2.1 A change in

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    1373 words, 6 pages

    Introduction Water is without a doubt the most important substance known to mankind. It is an essential to life, being involved in practically every process that occurs in plants, animals and humans. While the molecules of water are simple in structure (H2O), the chemical and physical properties of the compound are quite complicated and unique. It is because of its unique and complex properties that water is able to support life. Chemical Structure The water molecule has two lone pairs of electrons. These two pairs along with the two hydrogen atoms give the mo

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    Little Miss Sunshine Essay

    1073 words, 5 pages

    An important conflict in the film Little Miss Sunshine, directed by (Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris) Is when the Hoovers family is at their destination, the beauty paegent. Visual features such as colour and camera shots are used to convey the importance of the conflict of the beauty pageant. Because of these features, the conflict can give the audience a strong idea of how our world today judges people and weighs heavy burdens on us to make us the people whom they want us to be. The important conflict in Little Miss Sunshine occurs when the Hooverys family arrives at the beauty co

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    Combatting High Gas Prices And Making The Us Energy Independent

    1488 words, 6 pages

    SUV or Bicycle, that is the choice today for most Americans. With the rising price of gas in the United States other measures need to be taken to ensure economic stability in the country. We as a country need to produce more oil domestically by opening up more drilling offshore and in ANWR, we also need to do more research into other means of obtaining oil from other sources, thus making our country more energy independent. Offshore Drilling While drilling offshore in will not produce an immediate supply of oil, it will show speculators that we are attempting to incr

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    Gas Prices What Has Caused Them To Soar

    1717 words, 7 pages

    This sudden surge in extreme gas prices has put the United States in a state of panic. Our once roaring economy has screeched to a halt. Millions of homes have gone into foreclosure. Credit cards are maxed out. Thousands of Business’s, large and small, are downsizing or closing their doors for good. The unemployment rate is at an all time high and does not seem to be slowing down anytime soon. The financial market is in shambles. Almost every major bank has either gone belly up, or is in merger talks. The sudden spike in gas prices seems to have been the tipping point that has caused all this

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    International Oil Prices Are Indians Overprotected

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    INTERNATIONAL OIL PRICES: ARE INDIANS OVERPROTECTED? Submitted by “The Gladiators” INTRODUCTION & BACKGROUND NOTE: The Kingdom of Heaven runs on righteousness whereas the Kingdoms of Earth runs on oil and the Arabs have oil. The world is increasingly dependent on foreign oil which poses a problem for the economy going far beyond those associated with oil deficits, prices and volatility. The year 2007, would go down in the books of history as the year in which International Oil Prices surpassed the $90 per barrel mark for the first time. The price a

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    Business Economics

    2360 words, 10 pages

    Macroeconomics. Exercise 1. Microeconomic Issues 1. Gasoline Problem Gasoline is one of the main products derived from crude oil. It accounts for just about 17 percent of the energy consumed in the United States. The primary use for gasoline is in automobiles and light trucks. Gasoline prices normally fluctuate according to seasonality and local retail station competition even when crude oil prices are stable. Moreover, gasoline prices can change rapidly due to crude oil supply disruptions stemming from world events, or domestic problems such as refinery or pipeline outages. Due to the N

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    Aircraft Power Plant And Its Systems

    7580 words, 31 pages

    Aircraft Power Plant And Its Systems By: Kenneth M. Guzman A term paper / report submitted in partial fulfillment of the course requirement English 213 _________________ Kenneth M. Guzman 9 October 2007 Accepted by: ______________ Ms. Apao 9 October 2007 PATTS College of Aeronautics Lombos Avenue San Isidro, Parañaque City S.Y. 2007 - 2008 CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION An airplane’s power plant and system is also considered as the heart and the soul of an aircraft, just like a human being. It is

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    Business Plans

    5389 words, 22 pages

    Executive Summary The ArtSphere Gallery School of Art (ArtSphere) began its operations in September of this year after expanding from its former back room into the full 787 square foot facility on the corner of Main and 1st Streets in Birmingham, AL. Since September the business has grown substantially, but in an unordered way. This business plan is being written to set a rational framework for growth to maximize profit potential. Successful realization of this plan will produce increasing profits annually by the end of the third year. Keys to success and critical fac

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    Oil Transportation

    1820 words, 8 pages

    OIL TRANSPORTATION FROM AZERBAIJAN Azerbaijan is emerging as one of Caspian region’s most important strategic export openings to the West and increasingly becoming an important exporter of oil and natural gas. While Azerbaijan’s importance as a supplier of natural gas and oil likely will increase in the future, the continued disputes with Armenia over the Nagorno-Karabakh region, as well as issues with Azerbaijan’s access to the Nakhchivan exclave continue to provide some political risk in the country. Furthermore, the conflicting claims over the maritime and s

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    Engine Oem Contribuition In Portuguese

    1364 words, 6 pages

    Tradução e resumo do texto “Engine OEM Contribuition to Alternative Fuels Development” Publicado pela revista Business & Commercial Aviation, julho de 2010, página 38 Contribuição dos fabricantes de peças de motores para o desenvolvimento de combustíveis alternativos A divisão de motores da Honeywell Aerospace esteve ativa nos últimos três anos testando nos seus motores de aviação executiva e APUs de aeronaves de linha aérea misturas de 50% de biocombustível e de combustível de jato militar JP8. De acordo com Ron Rich, vice presidente de propulsão da fabricante

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    Tourism In Maldives

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    GLOBAL WARMING On May 15 I delivered the commencement address to graduates of the University at Albany's Geography and Planning program in upstate New York. I'd offer the same advice to all recent grads – in fact, to anyone committed to ensuring a healthy future for the planet. Therefore, this month I'd like to share my remarks: _________________________________ I'm sure many people are reminding you of what an important moment this is for you, both looking back and looking ahead. The choices you've made–or are still trying to make—about your first job, your summer bumming around Europe, wh

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    Cause And Effect High Gas Prices

    1078 words, 5 pages

    The simplest way to explain what causes gas prices to rise is the fundamental economic principle of supply and demand. The lower the amount of a supply of something there is, the higher the demand for it. And conversely, the higher the amount of a supply you have for something the less of a demand there will be for it. Basically the less of something there is, there more people are willing to pay for it. This principle of supply and demand is influenced by many factors, which in turn, determines how much we pay for a gallon of gas at the pump. The current global deman

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    Performance Tuning

    1260 words, 6 pages

    Performance tuning focuses on tuning an engine for motorsport, although many such cars never compete but rather are built for show or leisure driving. In this context, the power output, torque, and responsiveness of the engine are of premium importance, but reliability and fuel economy are also relevant. In races, the engine must be strong enough to withstand the additional stress placed upon it, and so is often far stronger than any mass-produced design on which it may be based, and also that the vehicle must carry sufficient fuel. In particular, the transmission, driveshaft and any other loa

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    Mcneil Case

    1350 words, 6 pages

    McNeil Museum of Art is a non-profit organization founded in 1925 locating in Universal City, large metropolitan area in the west side of the country. McNeil museum primarily sourced by appropriation from Fannel County and chartered as the Fannel County Museum of Fine Arts. In 2000, the museum’s name was changed to Jonathan A. McNeil Museum, in honor of museum’s major benefactor Jonathan A. McNeil, who left 25 million as a gift to the museum. Museum endeavors to hold its difference from other museums by holding both art and history in its collection. Currently, McNeil M

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    Ashley Elizalde Exam Essay 1 The Deepwater Horizon oil spill was an oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico which flowed for three months in 2010. This spill had a catastrophic on the environment causing extensive damage to marine and wildlife habitats as well as killing 11 workers and injuring 17 others. This spill is the “worst environmental disaster the US has faced”, according to White House energy adviser Carol Browner. Why did this occur? The staff of the BP Deep Water Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore drilling Commission said in a report delivered said, BP “did not h

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    Trade Situation In 2009 2010

    3205 words, 13 pages

    Trade and output growth resumed in the second half of 2009 following record declines earlier in the year. The recovery through the first quarter of 2010 was insufficient to attain pre-crisis levels. The WTO has projected a further recovery in 2010 from the depressed levels of 2009, which should reverse some but not all of the impact of the trade collapse. One positive development in 2009 was the absence of any major increase in trade barriers imposed by WTO members in response to the crisis, despite high unemployment in many countries. The WTO system of trade regulation played a signific

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    Electronic Fuel Injection

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    Anthony Dember Auto Electrical Principles Electronic Fuel Injection In the mid 1970's, industrialized nations recognized the growing environmental threat that emissions from vehicles posed to the entire world. Governments started to regulate the amount of "acceptable" emissions (or amounts of unburned fuel) that vehicles could generate. Though developed much earlier in the twentieth century, fuel injection systems proved to be very helpful in reducing emissions. Other advancements, like the catalytic converter helped the j

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    Comparison Of Oil Companies

    1250 words, 5 pages

    BP and ExxonMobil Mario Lucio American Intercontinental University Online Abstract The commercial clause in the Constitution of the United States allows for uniformity in free trade and commerce amongst all the states. Interpreting the clause by different parties has caused numerous acts covering transaction, such as the Uniform Commercial Code. Under the UCC, transactions covered are those that involve goods and services. Information derived from electronic means could not be considered a good or a service. That is what the Uniform Computer Information Transact

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    CHAPTER 1 introduction Since 1335, the theory of automobile had been recorded, from the first to be driven by wind to the latest state of the art electric vehicle. In 1876, Nicolaus August Otto invented the first internal combustion engine known as The Otto Cycle Engine. Then in 1886, Gottlieb Daimler improved the idea of internal combustion engine that is practical to be used as an automotive engine. Since then, the idea of internal combustion engine had improved exponentially but, the very basic concept of Otto cycle still remains. In Otto cycle engine or

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    ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH, AND SAFETY ISSUES 1. INTRODUCTION Ammonia is a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen with the formula of NH3. It is colorless gas and has a pungent odor. Ammonia is generally manufactured from natural gas using the steam reforming process. Ammonia has dozens of uses such as in fertilization, pharmaceuticals, and also in petrochemicals. Although it is in wide used, ammonia is both caustic and hazardous. 2. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES During the normal operation of a reforming plant, only the NOx and CO2 emissions have to be considered. In partial o

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    Density Of Liquids

    1185 words, 5 pages

    Density of Liquids Problem – What is the density of tap water and how can property such as density be used to identify unknown substances? Hypothesis – This experiment will prove the density of water is less dense then any unknown substance. Materials: Chemical splash goggles Laboratory balance Laboratory apron Graduated cylinder, 10 - mL. 6 Plastic micropipettes Unknown liquid Tap water Safety – apron, gog

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    Alternative Energy

    2256 words, 10 pages

    PHI103: Informal Logic (GSK1123B) Instructor:  Tara LaCasta-Revell Everyday more and more carbon dioxide is released in to the Earth’s atmosphere. Many believe that that this increase in carbon dioxide is the main cause of the “Global Warming effect”, which is detrimental to our planet, our economy and our health. One bright solution to the climate change, and fossil fuel depletion, is to research renewable sources of energy, or alternative energy. Alternative energy sources are renewable and thought of as free, and have lower carbon emissions. These sources include Wind, Solar, Geotherm

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    My Brands And I

    2209 words, 9 pages

    I will discuss the relationships I have with several brands I use. Justifying my behaviour as a consumer, my present feelings on each brand talked about; I will interlink other course topics to this discussion, leading on to Susan Fourniers’ journal ‘Consumers and their brands’ and relating her identified relationships with mine. And finally talk about influences, finishing of with a conclusion on whether I want these relationships or not. Consumer behaviour is an analysis of activity and processes during purchase of goods; for example, what product, from where, when’s it used, how often i

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    Gasoline Vs Ethonal

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    The major differences between a conventional gasoline-powered engine and a diesel engine lie in the critical process of ignition within the cylinders. In the system developed by Rudolf Diesel, a very high level of air compression is built up in the cylinder before atomized droplets of fuel are injected. High compression--about 40 bar, or some 600 pounds per square inch (psi), compared with about 200 psi in conventional gas engines--heats trapped air to temperatures high enough (about 1,000° Fahrenheit, or 538° Celsius) to ignite injected fuel without the need for an ele

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    Pricing Policy Of Petroleum Products

    4771 words, 20 pages

    Defining a fair price The mansion of economic theory has many rooms, and like many other economic theories, thoughts and concepts there is no general agreement amongst economists on what a “fair” price is or even what the correct measure of economic value is. Economists agonised for many years about the differences between the value-in-use and value-in-exchange of products. Classical economists like David Ricardo held a cost based theory of value whilst, simplistically, Marxist economists predominantly adhere to a labour theory of value postulating that a “fair” price of a product is equal

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    The Sinopec Group

    3889 words, 16 pages

    China Petrochemical Corporation (Sinopec Group) is a super-large petroleum and petrochemical enterprise group established in July 1998 on the basis of the former China Petrochemical Corporation. Sinopec Group is a state-owned company solely invested by the State, functioning as a state-authorized investment organization in which the state holds the controlling share. Headquartered in Beijing, Sinopec Group has a registered capital of RMB 130.6 billion. The President of Sinopec Group is its legal representative. Sinopec Group executes the investor rights over related state assets owned by its f

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    Arab Academy for Science & Technology MBA Program Strategic Management “Skoda Auto” Case Study 2016 History: In 1895 Skoda Automobile Company was founded, when Vaclav Laurin and Vaclav Klement began manufacturing Slavia-brand bicycles. Just four years later, Laurin & Klement began manufacturing motorcycles. 1905 The first car, called the “Voiturette A”, leaves the factory gates and thanks to its quality and attractive appearance soon gains a stable position in the emerging international automobile markets. 1907 Laurin & Klement set up

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    Economy Of Iran

    2675 words, 11 pages

    The economy of Iran is the eighteenth largest in the world by purchasing power parity (PPP) and it is predicted to become the 12th largest by 2015.The economy of Iran is a transition economy with a large public sector and some 50% of the economy centrally planned. It is also a diversified economy with over 40 industries directly involved in the Tehran Stock Exchange. Yet, most of the country's exports are oil and gas, accounting for a majority of government revenue in 2010. A unique feature of Iran's economy is the presence of large religious foundations, whose combined budgets make up more th

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    Skin Functions

    1330 words, 6 pages

    The skin is an ever-changing organ that contains many specialized cells and structures. The skin functions as a protective barrier that interfaces with a sometimes-hostile environment. It is also very involved in maintaining the proper temperature for the body to function well. It gathers sensory information from the environment, and plays an active role in the immune system protecting us from disease. Understanding how the skin can function in these many ways starts with understanding the structure of the 3 layers of skin - the epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous tissue. Epidermis The epide

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    Organic Pesticide From Atis Anona Squamosa Leave Extract As An Alternative To Commercial Synthetic Pesticide

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    Atis is a plant abundant in the Philippines. All parts of atis tree have medicinal properties, such as poultice and enema to children with dyspepsia, abortifacient, cataplasm to induce suppuration, astringent and possess vermicidal properties. Because of these attributes, the researchers aimed to produce an organic pesticide from the extract of Atis leaves ( Anona Squamosa ).             The pesticide was derived from the extraction of the 750 grams of Atis leaves. The following experimental set-ups had been made: 30% Atis leaves extract and 70% distilled water (15 ml atis leaves extract and

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    1021 words, 5 pages

    Diesel Smoke tells YOU a Story Basically, smoke from a diesel engine indicates that something is not right. It should be taken as an indication that there is a problem existing (or developing), that will potentially shorten the engine life, or result in unnecessary costs. It should be regarded as an opportunity to take measures that will save you money in both the long term and also the short term. At the least, that smoke may be due to a simple problem, that is causing poor combustion efficiency…and costing you in excessive fuel bills (eg carboned up engine from ex

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    Economics Gasoline Paper

    1262 words, 6 pages

    Most Americans are very knowledgeable when it comes to the understanding the price of gasoline. Since the early price hikes in this country, consumers have had high anxiety when the price of gas changes.  Understanding the causes for shifts in supply and demand and how they influence price, quantity, and market equilibrium is essential to knowing why gas increases and decreases.  Commodities like gas fluctuate daily and learning how to decipher whether gas is a luxury or necessity will help us learn more about the market.  Explaining how the necessity of a good and the availability of s

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    Water Treatment Of Potable Water

    6653 words, 27 pages

    Donegal Town Water Treatment Plant Report produced by an undergraduate student in the Civil Engineering Faculty of the National University of Ireland, Galway. Written by Edelle Doherty January 2011 2 Table of Contents Acknowledgements............................................................................................................................. 3 Introduction ........................................................................................................................................ 4 Stage 1: Screening .......................

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    Gasoline Prices

    1000 words, 4 pages

    Applied Statistics Paper In the United States, the average price of gasoline in 1976 was sixty-one cents per gallon. As of May 2013, the average price of gasoline has risen to three dollars and sixty six cents per gallon. Rising gas prices create financial strain for commuters of all types. Businesses and consumers are adversely impacted by the high cost of gasoline. Corporations face the mounting expenses of transportation dictated by the cost of fuel. Many consumer commuters are confronted with the tough decisions of tightening household budgets and eliminating

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    Supply And Demand

    985 words, 4 pages

    Eco/365 Supply and demand dictate how the economy runs. The simulation on supply and demand provided on the student website addresses supply and demand and how those concepts relate to both micro and macro economics. The summary to follow will identify these concepts and how their inter-workings affect many aspects of the economy on an individual and global basis. The simulation highlights a neighborhood named Atlantis. Atlantis is described as a nice neighborhood with many amenities (University of Phoenix, 2012). The scenario in the simulation concerns a management company and the decis

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    Introduction Of Opec

    1001 words, 5 pages

    INTRODUCTION OF OPEC Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is a permanent, intergovernmental Organization, created at the Baghdad Conference on September 10–14, 1960, by Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Venezuela. The five Founding Members were later joined by nine other Members: Qatar (1961); Indonesia (1962) – suspended its membership from January 2009; Libya (1962); United Arab Emirates (1967); Algeria (1969); Nigeria (1971); Ecuador (1973) – suspended its membership from December 19

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    Negative Human Impact On The Marine Environment

    992 words, 4 pages

    Humans have had a major negative impact on the world’s marine environment. Now, we are working to fix it. Throughout recent human history, it has been obvious that the wellbeing of the marine environment has been in jeopardy. From dumping chemicals and rubbish in the ocean to overfishing and destroying precious marine environments, such as reefs, sea-grass beds and coastal habitats. This report will contain global issues, including the worryingly named “Great Pacific Garbage Patch”, oil spills and local problems, such as the previous near destruction of the Port Noarlunga reef, which, prior

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    Determine Specific Heat Of Substance

    1002 words, 5 pages

    Lab 2: Determine Specific Heat of Substance S?nchez Blades, Kayla Meeks, and George Colon-Pena, Tanardjah Washington Tanardjah Washington X: _______________________________________________________________ Date: July 1, 2015 Tanardjah Washington July 6, 2015 Chemistry 1211 L Dr. Song Introduction: The study of measuring the heat change of certain chemical reactions or physical changes is known as calorimetry (Laidler, 1995). A commonly used calorimeter in labs is the “coffee-cup” calorimeter made of Styrofoam (Petru

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    PROJECT: DEEP FRYER PLAN: to change the deep fryer so that electricity can be saved and control the pollution and provide good quality of food to customers. If the deep fryer is not working properly, it will consume more oil and more electricity. It spoils the food and creates pollution as well. If we change it we will save the electricity and gas as well which is the most important renewable source in this world. Scientifically, to produce gas and electricity more resources are used like to generate more electricity water is the main component and if the water level o

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