Science

How to make bath salts?

Sep 6th, 2008 | By

You can prepare bath salt on your own instead of buying commercial bath salts which contain chemical. If you store properly the salt which you had prepared can last up to several months. Things which are required 1) 2 cups of Epsom salt- it contains magnesium sulfate helps to take away acids from the skin
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Why is recycling plastic important?

Sep 4th, 2008 | By

Plastics are used in wide range of things. So it is produced in a very huge amount and its convenience is undeniable. Recycling of plastic is very important because it is made from the oil which will cause the regular depletion of this limited resource. With the recycling of plastic we can save oil and
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Why are forests important?

Sep 3rd, 2008 | By

Forests are very important and beneficial for local, national and international levels. We obtain a lot many products from the trees of forests. WOOD AND ENERGY It is one of the most important benefits of the forests that we get wood from the trees which are further used in many products used by us like
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What is the cause of global warming?

Sep 2nd, 2008 | By

Global warming is the increase in temperature of earth due to greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide CO2 which causes nine to 26 percent of greenhouse effect, water vapors has 36 to 70 percent and methane CH4 has four to nine percent. These gases are useful up to a limit to make planet habitable but excess
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Why does smoke come from fire?

Sep 1st, 2008 | By

When we put paper or a piece of wood or say something else onto fire we will see smoke rising from it but when it reaches a point where it is completely burnt and we are left with only “glowing embers” we will notice that no smoke is produced but fire still produces the heat.
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How to choose the best stereo microscope?

Aug 28th, 2008 | By

Choosing a good stereo microscope, known also as a stereomicroscope or inspection microscope, that meets all the requirements of the work at hand is not an easy task. To enable a person to choose the best one, look at the features and the functions of the stereo microscope before purchasing one. Stereo microscopes, in general,
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How to weld plastic?

Aug 26th, 2008 | By

Plastics can be joined or welded together in many ways. One is with electrical welding leister. Generally the plastics products used in cars, bikes and other vehicles are thermoplastics so they can be easily molded or welded. Some manufacturer marks code for material identification like ABS, PP. Leister 100.726 can easily weld the cracks, working
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What is plastic?

Aug 26th, 2008 | By

Plastics are a type of polymer or synthetic which is much like resins found in plants and trees. Polymers are made up of carbon string and other substances. The units in every string are called monomers. These monomers when goes through chain linking reaction then carbons join with each other forming polymer. According to dictionary
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How safe are airplanes?

Aug 25th, 2008 | By

Airplanes are safer than the automobiles. Chances of dying in a car accident are much more than the chances of dying in a plane crash. It is about one in 11 million in an aircraft while in an automobile the chance of dying is one in 5000 so it is safer to fly in an
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How to choose the best microscope set?

Aug 23rd, 2008 | By

The basic definition of the microscope is that it helps to magnify even the tiniest of objects and living organisms. It is said that without the microscope, science would not have progressed this far. The microscope sets can vary, and their use is dependent on requirements of those that use the microscope sets. Flexible system
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