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Electrolysis

  1. Electrolysis is the passing of a direct electric current through an ionic substance that is either molten or dissolved in a suitable solvent, producing chemical reactions at the electrodes and separation of materials.
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Listen To Your Body

Hydration is key…

Do you have to be a professional to consider yourself an athlete? Athletes make up a lot of our population nowadays, whether you are training on a professional team or an amaetur or even a young child learning the basic skills you are an athlete. 362 more words

Electrolyte

Tippin' away

“Precious time is slipping away
But you’re only king for a day
It doesn’t matter to which God you pray
Precious time is slipping away” 1,738 more words

Training

Water - How much should you drink daily?

Water: How much should you drink every day?

Water is essential to good health, yet needs vary by individual. These guidelines can help ensure you get enough for your body. 1,057 more words

Health Info

When September Ends

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Training

“The heat is beyond your conception:” Staying Cool in 18th-Century Virginia

“You must be hot in that. I don’t know how colonial people wore such things.”
“I am a little hot, yes. It is hot out today. 959 more words

Daily Life In The 1700s

A look at redox flow batteries

Despite all the innovation surrounding metal-ion and metal-air batteries, they share one fatal flaw: they die. Harvard researchers were able to engineer a flow battery that, essentially, does not. 765 more words