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Tuesday, June 15

  1. page anabolic steroids edited ... -This hormone was first identified by Karoly Gyula David, E. Dingemanse, J. Freud and Ernst La…
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    -This hormone was first identified by Karoly Gyula David, E. Dingemanse, J. Freud and Ernst Laqueur in a May 1935.
    How it is made:
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    to enhance
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    ethyl group
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    nortestosterone at
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    How it effects us:
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    Resources:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anabolic_steroid
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Monday, June 14

  1. page Alcohol edited ... How it is made: Alcohol, also known as ethanol, is made through a process called fermentation…
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    How it is made:
    Alcohol, also known as ethanol, is made through a process called fermentation. During fermentation, yeast breaks sugar down into ethanol and carbon dioxide. This process is done without any air present, and once complete, the carbon dioxide gas bubbles out into the air leaving ethanol and water behind. Distilled spirits, such as vodka, rum, gin, and whiskey, are fermented and then distilled to separate the ethanol from the water.Various sources of sugar are used in these processes resulting in different forms of alcohol. The sugar from crushed grapes is used to make wine; malted barley is used to make beer; sugar cane or molasses makes rum; grain, potatoes, beets, molasses, and a variety of other plants are used to make vodka.The technique used to make the beverage will determine the alcohol content. You will see the percentage of alcohol per volume listed on the bottle, as well as the proof of the drink. The proof of a beverage is twice the alcohol content, so a drink with 12% alcohol per volume is 24 proof. Generally, a 12-ounce glass of beer, a 5-ounce glass of wine, and a 1.5-ounce shot of liquor all contain a half ounce of pure alcohol and are considered one drink.
    Alcohol, also known as ethanol, is made through a process called fermentation. During fermentation, yeast breaks sugar down into ethanol and carbon dioxide. This process is done without any air present, and once complete, the carbon dioxide gas bubbles out into the air leaving ethanol and water behind. Distilled spirits, such as vodka, rum, gin, and whiskey, are fermented and then distilled to separate the ethanol from the water.Various sources of sugar are used in these processes resulting in different forms of alcohol. The sugar from crushed grapes is used to make wine; malted barley is used to make beer; sugar cane or molasses makes rum; grain, potatoes, beets, molasses, and a variety of other plants are used to make vodka.The technique used to make the beverage will determine the alcohol content. You will see the percentage of alcohol per volume listed on the bottle, as well as the proof of the drink. The proof of a beverage is twice the alcohol content, so a drink with 12% alcohol per volume is 24 proof. Generally, a 12-ounce glass of beer, a 5-ounce glass of wine, and a 1.5-ounce shot of liquor all contain a ½ ounce of pure alcohol and are considered one drink.
    How it affects us:
    People tend to feel better as their blood alcohol concentration(BAC) rises to about .05). That’s the first phase or part. If people drink more and their BAC rises above .055, the negative effects of drinking increases and hangovers become worse. That’s the second phase.
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Friday, June 11

  1. page home edited ... Good luck and Have fun with your organic compound. Your project is DUE on June 4. I will lock…
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    Good luck and Have fun with your organic compound.
    Your project is DUE on June 4. I will lock the page on June 5.
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Saturday, June 5

  1. page polyethylene terephthalate edited ... We use Polyethylene terephthalate in our everyday lives today and it is beneficial, but is har…
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    We use Polyethylene terephthalate in our everyday lives today and it is beneficial, but is harmful to us as well. For plastic, we can create shopping bags, water bottles, videotapes, and many other things that that is used in many different areas of the economy. It is a popular material that is used to make containers and bags, its durable, and it can be used to record movies and photos. As for the fiber known as polyester, we can make clothes and housing material. On the contrary, all these useful products are being overused. The environment is having a huge impact on how much plastic is being produced, and at the same time, thrown away. It is said that it would take at least five hundred years for PET material (especially plastic) to biodegrade in landfills or wastes and surprisingly, that it has something related to the increase of global warming. The only solution that not much people are following these days is recycling. To recycle empty bottles, you get new paper.
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    Bibliography
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polyethylene_terephthalate
    http://www.chemheritage.org/EducationalServices/faces/teacher/poly/pop/pet.htm
    http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-pet-polyethylene.htm
    http://www.plasticsinfo.org/s_plasticsinfo/sec_generic.asp?cid=657&did=2605
    http://envimpact.org/node/14
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polystyrene#Environmental_impact

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  2. page polyethylene terephthalate edited Taken by Bryan Ngo Block D Polyethylene terephthalate My organic Chemistry: Polyethylene terep…
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    Polyethylene terephthalate
    My organic Chemistry: Polyethylene terephthalate (PET)
    How is it made?
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  3. page polyethylene terephthalate edited ... How is it made? Polyethylene terephthalate is made from the chemical compounds ethylene glyc…
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    How is it made?
    Polyethylene terephthalate is made from the chemical compounds ethylene glycol and terephthalic acid. The by-product of the reaction to create this compound is methanol.
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    Polyethylene terephthalate is a chemical compound that is used to make plastic, and fiber that are commonly called ‘polyester’.
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    affect us?
    We use Polyethylene terephthalate in our everyday lives today and it is beneficial, but is harmful to us as well. For plastic, we can create shopping bags, water bottles, videotapes, and many other things that that is used in many different areas of the economy. It is a popular material that is used to make containers and bags, its durable, and it can be used to record movies and photos. As for the fiber known as polyester, we can make clothes and housing material. On the contrary, all these useful products are being overused. The environment is having a huge impact on how much plastic is being produced, and at the same time, thrown away. It is said that it would take at least five hundred years for PET material (especially plastic) to biodegrade in landfills or wastes and surprisingly, that it has something related to the increase of global warming. The only solution that not much people are following these days is recycling. To recycle empty bottles, you get new paper.
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