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  • Commotion with Corrosion  By : James Monahan
    To explain it further, corrosion is defined as the wearing away of materials in a slow blow by blow process.
  • Copper Makes the World Go Round Too  By : James Monahan
    I'm pretty sure you know what copper is. After all, it's found in a lot of the things we come across in our day-to-day experiences.
  • Would You Care To Be Digitized?  By : James Monahan
    Gibberish speaking, digitize, as explained in the field of computer science, is the conversion of any continuously different source of input, i.e., lines in a drawing, or a signal of sound, into a series of hidden units embodied in a computer through binary digits 0 and 1.
  • Silver: Timeless Elegance  By : James Monahan
    For those who value simplicity and elegance, and have more practical matters to consider, silver is a popular choice. And this is not even just for those who love jewelry.
  • A History of Elasticity  By : James Monahan
    Man has, since the early times, found out how useful elastic materials are. And today’s man has improved on this idea and constantly finds ways to make more elastic materials to suit his everyday needs.
  • Capacitor: An Overview  By : James Monahan
    Anybody in the field of electronics would doubtless be familiar with a capacitor, but what exactly is it?
  • The New Old Wonders of Electrodes  By : James Monahan
    Electrodes are an everyday reality. It is so common that when you hold anything with a battery, you are in effect holding electrodes too.
  • The Glass We Know  By : James Monahan
    Glass is naturally made out of sand when it is striked by lightning, morphing into brilliant shapes and objects.
  • When Asphalt and Dinosaurs Roamed the Earth  By : James Monahan
    From recent archaeological excavations, it has been found that asphalt was a significant material for ancient civilizations.
  • The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Elliptical Galaxies  By : James Monahan
    Elliptical galaxies are ellipsoidal agglomerations of stars, which usually do not contain much interstellar matter, and look smoothly like small wads when viewed through a telescope.
  • Secrets of Thermoforming  By : James Monahan
    Thermoforming is one of the procedures being done to manufacture plastic. A plastic sheet or film is used that can be easily soften up when heated and becomes hard again when it cools down.
  • UFO Spotted Over Overland Park in 2004  By : Mark Fisher
    A UFO sighting in the Kansas City area was documented in 2004 but neither the authorities or the media would look into this story, but it needs to be told.
  • The Glitters of Gold  By : James Monahan
    Wat is it in gold that makes it glitters? Is it because of its chemical components, its unique characteristics, or simply because it is just the way it is?
  • Pump It Up!  By : James Monahan
  • How the Meter Came To Be  By : James Monahan
    The meter follows a timeline dating back to the eighteenth century, when two approaches to the definition of the standard unit of length were broached.
  • Need To Cool Down? Use A Dehumidifier!  By : James Monahan
    A dehumidifier is a device which removes excess moisture in the air. This device performs this process by condensing the moisture on a cool surface. A dehumidifier is simply an air conditioner.
  • The Easy Way to Convert Temperatures  By : Kenneth Williams
    Ever wondered how to convert between Celsius and Fahrenheit, quickly and easily in your head? Here's how.
  • Science Projects Should Be Fun and Informative  By : Aaron Vaughn
    The key to a child's successful learning about science, or anything for that matter, is for the parents to do their part to guide, not drive.
  • Apes or Gods?  By : Paul Freynet
    We are about to experience a major paradigm shift based on a natural law which has yet to be fully understood but whose existence is demonstrable.
  • Making Biodiesel at Home  By : Joseph Then
    It is easy to make your own fuel at home. You need a few simple supplies, all of which are readily available at your hardware stores. Gather up 1 liter of vegetable oil, antifreeze, and lye.
  • Fumehoods Promote Speedy Criminal Evidence Processing  By : Ray La Foy
    Saving precious time can sometimes be as simple as adding a proper fume hood station to a lab to enable local technicians to take over the jobs.
  • Up, Up and Away! Look Forward to Space Travel by 2008  By : Sarah Deak
    Those who hate to fly would not be thrilled to hear about one of the newest ways to travel: spaceship.
  • Learning About Snake Facts And Behaviors  By : Stephanie Davies
    This article teaches you about why snakes behave the way they do, and how to handle a snake encounter. Also includes information on identifying venomous and non-venomous snakes.
  • This Is How Solar Energy Works  By : Isabel Baldry
    Sun is the primary source of energy in our solar system. It provides life to billions of living creatures on planet Earth. It is the source of light and provides life. So how does solar energy work?
  • Aluminum Anodizing Technology and Market Assessment  By : Brian Reuter
    The strongest growth category for anodized aluminum appears to be that of transportation. An expected increase in the production of new aircraft to replace aging fleets and the auto industry's trend of increasing the use of aluminum for vehicle frames and bodies are expected to be the primary drivers of this growth.
  • Women in Science  By : Kadence Buchanan
    More than 25 years have gone by since the U.S. Congress passed the Women in Science and Technology Equal Opportunity Act, which states that it is "the policy of the United States that men and women have equal opportunity in education, training, and employment in scientific and technical fields."
  • Controversial Research: Embryonic Stem Cells and Obesity Vaccines  By : David Stockwell
    When the results of the research are controversial, it draws people's attention. This can lead to the field itself, like Embryonic Stem Cell and Obesity research becoming controversial. But controversial research can lead to more new developments as researchers strive to address the controversy with new solutions.
  • The Process of Sleep in Humans  By : Alex Rider
    This article briefly looks at the physiological and some of the chemical processes and changes associated with sleep.
  • Astronomy Real Star Power  By : Chris Campbell
    Astronomy has to be one the most humbling of all subjects to study. Just the thought of our universe, being like a grain of sand in a sandy shore of universes, is enough to make me want to crawl back under the sheets.
  • Biodiesel as an Alternative Fuel  By : Joseph Then
    Biodiesel fuel is a fuel made from the oil of certain oilseed crops such as soybean, canola, palm kernel, coconut, sunflower, safflower, corn and a hundreds of other oil producing crops. The oil is extracted by the use of a press. The oil is then mixed in specific proportions with other agents which causes a chemical reaction. The results of this reaction are two products, biodiesel and soap.

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