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Phytoplankton is the staple upon which the entire marine food chain is built.  Phytoplankton is the main source of food for zooplankton, which in turn is the staple for many small fish and other sea creatures, which are then eaten by the bigger fish and large mammals such as seals and whales. 632 more words


Scale Control in Cooling Water Systems

Scale deposition is a fundamental problem in cooling water systems. Scale interferes with heat transfer by forming an insulating barrier on heat transfer surfaces. Scale also promotes corrosion, restricts water flow, and provides a habitat for microbiological growths. 1,856 more words

Ancient Egyptian Pigment Might Revolutionize Medical Scanners

Egyptian blue was one of the famous pigments of the ancient world. Not only was it a scientific achievement, it has become an important historical signifier because it only came from contact with Egypt.

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Year 7 Science 2 - Making Limewater

Learning Intentions: Describe objects made of calcium carbonate. Carry out a practical experiment where a sample of limewater is produced from calcium carbonate.

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Year 7 Science

Great Salt Lake: A Fingerprint to the World

Great Salt Lake: A Fingerprint to the World orginally appeared on Summer of Salt July 2012
By Nicole Anderson
– Lake Level: 4197.0′ –

One of the many things that amazes me about people is how uniquely different we are from one another, yet we all come from the same maker. 759 more words