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We are programmed to extract meaning from just about everything. I’m no sociobiologist, but I am convinced by abundant evidence that this is part of our genetic endowment—a capability derived from evolutionary advantage. It is not hard to imagine that the cavemen who survived and reproduced were the ones who could most accurately read the opportunities and threats offered by terrain, weather, and other living
Tài liệu tham khảo giáo trình nhôm trong thiết kế xây dựng - Chương 1 About aluminium
1.1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION
1.1.1 The element
Aluminium is a metallic element having the chemical symbol Al, with
atomic number 13 and atomic weight 27. The nucleus of the atom contains
13 protons and 14 neutrons (a total of 81 quarks). Aluminium is the
third most common element in the earth’s crust, coming after oxygen
and silicon. It makes up 8% of the crust’s total mass and is the most
Copper is one of the oldest known metals and is the 25th most abundant element in the Earth’s crust.
The words ‘aes Cyprium’ appeared in Roman writings describing copper, to denote that much of
the metal at the time came from Cyprus.
The rare earth element calcium is one of the most abundant elements in the lithosphere; it is readily
available in most soils; and it is a macronutrient for plants, yet it is actively excluded from plant
Iron is the second most commonly used metal after aluminum despite its most abundant nature. On the surface of the earth, iron occurs both in native (uncombined) form in very limited quantities and with other elements aplenty as its ores. By contrast, owing to the poor solubility (2.3 Â 10À8 mol LÀ1 or 1.3 Â 10À3 mg LÀ1) of iron oxides in water, iron is found only in limited amounts in the oceans as its hydrates, namely, [Fe(OH)2] þ and [Fe(OH)4]À.
Wide agreement as to a clear and useful nomenclature is of great benefit in
any field of science. The nomenclature here presented merits wide acceptance
among terpene and other interested chemists because of the thorough way in which
the careful work was done. Many versed in the chemistry of terpenes and many
others experienced in naming chemical compounds were consulted. Full opportunity
for criticism was offered.
Silicon (Si) is the second-most abundant element of the Earth’s surface. Beginning in 1840,
numerous laboratory, greenhouse, and field experiments have shown benefits of application of silicon fertilizer for rice (Oryza sativa L.), corn (Zea mays L.), wheat (Triticum aestivum L.).
Aluminum is the most abundant metallic element, making up about 8% by weight of the Earth’s crust. It is a silverywhite metal and belongs to group III of the periodic table. Its atomic number is 13 and atomic weight 26.981 54. Pure aluminum is soft and ductile.
The importance of cyanobacterial toxins in drinking water sources has been highlighted
by the adoption of a provisional drinking water “Guideline Value” for microcystin-
LR, one of the most abundant toxins, by the World Health Organization
(WHO). A number of nations have now legislated a guideline for microcystins into
their drinking water regulations, with the consequent need for monitoring and analytical
techniques. The Chemical Safety Committee of the WHO also has under
consideration a Guideline Value for cylindrospermopsin, the other most damaging
Harrison's Internal Medicine Chapter 46. Fluid and Electrolyte Disturbances Sodium and Water
Sodium and Water: Introduction
Composition of Body Fluids Water is the most abundant constituent in the body, comprising approximately 50% of body weight in women and 60% in men. This difference is attributable to differences in the relative proportions of adipose tissue in men and women. Total body water is distributed in two major compartments: 55–75% is intracellular [intracellular fluid (ICF)], and 25–45% is extracellular [extracellular fluid (ECF)].
Although Africa is the most under-supplied region of the world for electricity, its economies are utterly dependent on it. There are enormous inequalities in electricity access, with industry receiving abundant supplies of cheap power while more than 80 per cent of the continent's
It may seem something of a truism to describe an element as unique, but hydrogen is certainly one of the more unusual elements in the periodic table. It is the lightest element and consists of only a proton and an electron and is thus the only element not to contain a neutron in its main isotope (1H). In its stable molecular form (H2), it is also the least dense and the most abundant in the universe. Perhaps surprisingly, given that its low density results in gaseous hydrogen being almost nonexistent in the Earth’s lower atmosphere, it is also the...
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Aluminum is the most abundant metal and the third most abundant chemical element in the earth's
crust, comprising over 8% of its weight. Only oxygen and silicon are more prevalent. Yet, until about
150 years ago aluminum in its metallic form was unknown to man.
Magnesium is the lightest of all the metals and the sixth most abundant on Earth. Magnesium is ductile and the most machinable of all the metals. Magnesium alloy developments have traditionally been driven by requirements for lightweight materials to operate under increasingly demanding conditions (magnesium alloy castings, wrought products, powder metallurgy components, office equipment, nuclear applications, flares, sacrificial anodes for the protection of other metals, flash photography and tools). The biggest potential market for magnesium alloys is in the automotive industry. ...
Ichthyofauna of the Aral Sea – ichthyofauna is made up of the Asian mountain, Ponto-Caspian, Turkenstan, and other fauna complexes. Up until the 1960s, I.A.S. comprised 20 fish species belonging to 7 families. The most abundant was the carp family
The emission factors of the 14 most abundant VOCs on sequential cold weather sampling
dates (January 17 and March 12, 2003) are compared in Table 4. Indoor and outdoor
temperatures and percent RHs were approximately equivalent between these dates (Table 1).
However, the January air change rate was 0.58 h-1
versus 0.31 h-1
in March, likely due to the
difference in wind conditions. Within both the aldehyde and the terpene hydrocarbon chemical
classes, the ratio of the emission factor at the lower air change rate to the emission factor at the
higher air change rate was near...
Prof. Wang is studying how bone cells sense external mechanical
forces, which allows living bone tissue to adapt to its mechanical
usage. With the absence of mechanical stimulation (such as the
microgravity for astronauts) and loss of sensitivities of detecting
the loads (such as during aging), bone mass decreases and bone
structure degenerates, eventually leading to bone fracture. recent
studies have found that osteocytes—the most abundant cells buried
inside the mineralized matrix—serve as sensors that orchestrate
Sodium and Water: Introduction Composition of Body Fluids Water is the most abundant constituent in the body, comprising approximately 50% of body weight in women and 60% in men. This difference is attributable to differences in the relative proportions of adipose tissue in men and women. Total body water is distributed in two major compartments: 55–75% is intracellular [intracellular fluid (ICF)], and 25–45% is extracellular [extracellular fluid (ECF)]. The ECF is further subdivided into intravascular (plasma water) and extravascular (interstitial) spaces in a ratio of 1:3.