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ELECTRICITY AND ITS IMPORTANCE IN MODERN AGE

ELECTRICITY AND ITS IMPORTANCE IN MODERN AGE

The greatest scientific achievement of nineteenth century is discovery of electricity. Before electricity existed, the people stated off by themselves going to build the fire in the cook stove and used the cools. Electricity -carrier of light and power, devourer of time and space, bearer of human speech over land …

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Genetic Material

Genetic Material

Genetic material is the medium by which instructions are transmitted from one generation of organisms to the next. The genetic material of a cell can be a gene, a part of a gene, a group of genes, a DNA molecule, a fragment of DNA, a group of DNA molecules, or …

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Antibiotic Resistance Prevalence In The Normal And Clinical Veterinary Samples

Antibiotic Resistance Prevalence In The Normal And Clinical Veterinary Samples

Antibiotic resistance prevalence in the normal and clinical veterinary samples Introduction: An inevitable side effect of the use of antibiotics is the emergence and dissemination of resistant bacteria. Most retrospective and prospective studies show that after the introduction of an antibiotic not only the level of resistance of pathogenic bacteria, …

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Social Media and Recruitment

social media and recruitment

Social Media and Working Environment “Zero-tolerance” is an important aspect of every modern organization, as it stands as one of the major behavioral policies used nowadays. These policies are established for the provision of a productive and healthy environment where anyone can work without the fear of being offended, harassed, …

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Isolation Of Multiple Drugs Resistance

Isolation Of Multiple Drugs Resistance – INTRODUCTION: Antimicrobial resistance is not new, but the number of resistant organisms, the geographic locations affected by drug resistance, and the breadth of resistance in single organisms are unprecedented and mounting. Diseases and disease agents that were once thought to be controlled by antibiotics …

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New Food Product Advertising and Marketing Ideas

New Food Product Development Idea

New Food Product Advertising and Marketing Ideas discusses that Advertising is the concept to get the mass excited about product/service and compel them to purchase it. We can segregate various advertising medium into traditional and new age marketing strategies so Dulcis is determined to use maximum advertising modes to be …

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Oolites, Pisolites and Laterites Formation and Composition

Oolites, Pisolites and Laterites Formation and Composition

Oolites Composition: Oolite is a sedimentary rock made up of ooids (ooliths) that are cemented together. Most oolites are limestones — ooids are made of calcium carbonate (minerals aragonite or calcite). Description: Ooids are spheroidal grains with a nucleus and mineral cortex accreted around it which increases in sphericity with distance from the nucleus. …

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Determine the Amount of Phosphate in the Laundry Effluent

Determine the amount of Phosphate in the Laundry Effluent

Introduction:  Phosphate salts are retrieved from naturally occurring minerals, which are mined, refined, and purified for use in many applications. Mostly Phosphate is used in agriculture as a fertilizer. Sources of Phosphate: Natural: Weathering of Phosphate-containing rocks is the cause of phosphate entrance in nearby rivers and streams (EEA, 2005). Anthropogenic: …

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Determine the Amount of Sulfate by Turbidimetric Method

Determine the amount of Sulfate by Turbidimetric Method

To Determine the Amount of Sulfate by Turbidimetric Method Introduction: Sulfates occur naturally in the form of minerals, like barite (BaSO4) and gypsum (CaSO4·2H2O). Sulfate also occurs naturally in drinking water. Sulfates are used in the production of fertilizers, chemicals, dyes, glass, paper, soaps, textiles, fungicides, insecticides, astringents and emetics. …

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