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  • 161Berkeley, George — George Berkeley David Berman BACKGROUND AND EARLY WORK George Berkeley was born on 12 March 1685 in Co. Kilkenny, where he spent his early years. His father was from England, his mother (very probably) was born in Ireland.1 After attending… …

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  • 162inactive — inactive, idle, inert, passive, supine mean not engaged in work or activity. Inactive is applicable to anyone or to anything that for any reason is not currently in action, in operation, in use, or at work {inactive machines} {delicate children… …

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  • 163Nitrogen — carbon ← nitrogen → oxygen ↑ N ↓ P …

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  • 164Shielding gas — Shielding gases are inert or semi inert gases that are commonly used in several welding processes, most notably gas metal arc welding and gas tungsten arc welding. Their purpose is to protect the weld area from atmospheric gases, such as oxygen,… …

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  • 165analysis — /euh nal euh sis/, n., pl. analyses / seez /. 1. the separating of any material or abstract entity into its constituent elements (opposed to synthesis). 2. this process as a method of studying the nature of something or of determining its… …

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  • 166metallurgy — metallurgic, metallurgical, adj. metallurgically, adv. metallurgist /met l err jist/ or, esp. Brit., /meuh tal euhr jist/, n. /met l err jee/ or, esp. Brit., /meuh tal euhr jee/, n. 1. the technique or science of working or heating metals so as… …

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  • 167noble gas — Chem. any of the chemically inert gaseous elements of group 8A or 0 of the periodic table: helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon, and radon. Also called inert gas. [1900 05] * * * or inert gas Any of the six chemical elements that make up the… …

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  • 168inactive — adjective Date: 1664 not active: as a. (1) sedentary (2) indolent, sluggish b. (1) being out of use (2) relating to or being members of the armed forces who are not performing or available for military duties (3) of a disease quiescent …

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  • 169Noble gas — Group 18 Period 1 2 He 2 …

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  • 170Laboratory glassware — Three beakers, a conical flask, a graduated cylinder and a volumetric flask …

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  • 171Breathing gas — is a mixture of gaseous chemical elements and compounds used for respiration. Air is the most common and only natural breathing gas. Other artificial gases, either pure gases or mixtures of gases, are used in breathing equipment and enclosed… …

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  • 172Glovebox — Infobox Laboratory equipment name = Glovebox caption = A common form of glovebox acronym = other names = uses = Inert atmosphere inventor = manufacturer = model = related = Desiccator Schlenk lineA glovebox (or glove box) is a sealed container… …

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  • 173Vacuum distillation — At atmospheric pressure, dimethyl sulfoxide boils at 189°C. Under a vacuum, it distills off into the connected receiver at only 70°C. Vacuum distillation is a method of distillation whereby the pressure above the liquid mixture to be distilled is …

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  • 174Nanoparticle — In nanotechnology, a particle is defined as a small object that behaves as a whole unit in terms of its transport and properties. Particles are further classified according to size[1] : in terms of diameter, coarse particles cover a range… …

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  • 175No Decompression Limit — The No Decompression Limit (NDL) or no stop time, is the interval that a scuba diver may theoretically spend at a given depth without having to perform decompression stops.cite book |title=Bennett and Elliott s physiology and medicine of diving,… …

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  • 176United States hand grenades — The military of the United States has used dozens of different types of hand grenades since its foundation. Presented on this page is a basic overview.High Explosive; Fragmentation and BlastMk II and Mk IIA1More commonly known as the Pineapple… …

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  • 177spectroscopy — spectroscopist /spek tros keuh pist/, n. /spek tros keuh pee, spek treuh skoh pee/, n. the science that deals with the use of the spectroscope and with spectrum analysis. [1865 70; SPECTRO + SCOPY] * * * Branch of analysis devoted to identifying… …

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  • 178industrial polymers, major — Introduction       chemical compounds used in the manufacture of synthetic industrial materials.       In the commercial production of plastics, elastomers, man made fibres, adhesives, and surface coatings, a tremendous variety of polymers are… …

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  • 179in|ert´ness — in|ert «ihn URT», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. having no power to move or act; lifeless: »A stone is an inert mass of matter. 2. inactive; slow; sluggish: »A dull, lazy person is inert. The Honourable Mrs. Jamieson…was fat and inert, and very much… …

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  • 180in|ert´ly — in|ert «ihn URT», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. having no power to move or act; lifeless: »A stone is an inert mass of matter. 2. inactive; slow; sluggish: »A dull, lazy person is inert. The Honourable Mrs. Jamieson…was fat and inert, and very much… …

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