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  • Political Institutions And Their Effect On Economic Policy - 1,580 words
    Political Institutions And Their Effect On Economic Policy ESSAY: Political Institutions and their Effect on Economic Policy Laura Lynn Wantz Political Science 182 Section #28 November 30, 2000 Imagine, if you will, a country with no political institutions. A country ruled by anarchy. What kind of economic policy would this country have or would it have one at all? Now imagine a country with highly powerful and regimented political institutions. What kind of economic policy would this country have? The two fictitious countries mentioned above would certainly have very different economic policies. The first would probably be lucky to even have an economic policy at all. Its citizens would liv ...
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  • Sweeteners - 927 words
    Sweeteners annon Saccharin is an organic petroleum-based compound that is three to five hundred times sweeter than sucrose. It is non-nutritive because the human body is unable to metabolize the foreign chemical. Saccharin does not contribute calories; for this reason it is commonly used in diet foods. 'The obese [feel] that saccharin is their lifeline to slimdom, and diabetics [claim] it is essential to control their blood sugar' (Brody 482). The same people who consume saccharin certainly would not knowingly eat something that is classified as toxic waste; however, they do it on a daily basis. Saccharin's alias is EPA Hazardous Waste number U202. In fact, workers who handle saccharin are c ...
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  • To What Extent Does Acid Precipitation Affect Annelids - 648 words
    To What Extent Does Acid Precipitation Affect Annelids? In order to truly understand acid rain and it's eventual effect on earthworms, it would be best to look at the causes of acid rain. How and why does altered acidity in precipitation have a devastating effect? Acid rain is charecterized as "Precipitation that has a pH lower than about 5.0" (Allaby, Michael (1994) Ecology, Oxford Press,). Acid rain is created by many things, of which pollution from cars contributes the most. Ever since the Industrial revolution, the acidity of rain has been haywire. Sulfur and nitrogen are found widely throughout the world in the air, "even in unindustrialized tropics" (Graedel, Thomas, et. al, (1989, V26 ...
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  • To What Extent Does Acid Precipitation Affect Annelids - 648 words
    To What Extent Does Acid Precipitation Affect Annelids? In order to truly understand acid rain and it's eventual effect on earthworms, it would be best to look at the causes of acid rain. How and why does altered acidity in precipitation have a devastating effect? Acid rain is charecterized as "Precipitation that has a pH lower than about 5.0" (Allaby, Michael (1994) Ecology, Oxford Press,). Acid rain is created by many things, of which pollution from cars contributes the most. Ever since the Industrial revolution, the acidity of rain has been haywire. Sulfur and nitrogen are found widely throughout the world in the air, "even in unindustrialized tropics" (Graedel, Thomas, et. al, (1989, V26 ...
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  • To What Extent Does Acid Precipitation Affect Annelids - 648 words
    To What Extent Does Acid Precipitation Affect Annelids? In order to truly understand acid rain and it's eventual effect on earthworms, it would be best to look at the causes of acid rain. How and why does altered acidity in precipitation have a devastating effect? Acid rain is charecterized as "Precipitation that has a pH lower than about 5.0" (Allaby, Michael (1994) Ecology, Oxford Press,). Acid rain is created by many things, of which pollution from cars contributes the most. Ever since the Industrial revolution, the acidity of rain has been haywire. Sulfur and nitrogen are found widely throughout the world in the air, "even in unindustrialized tropics" (Graedel, Thomas, et. al, (1989, V26 ...
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  • Vitamin C Amount Estimation By Dcpip - 2,388 words
    ... both commercially sold and fresh, it took to turn 2mls of DCPIP clear. All fruits used to make the fresh fruit juices in the experiment were purchased fresh so heat and length of time wouldnt have affected the vitamin C content too much. All the commercially sold juices were bought on the basis of popularity among teenagers in Japan. They were bought to represent the likely amount of vitamin C intake that Japanese teenagers would have during the winter when cooked vegetables would lose a lot of their vitamin C content. The fewer amounts of millilitres of juice it took to turn DCPIP from blue to clear, the larger the amount of vitamin C there was in the drink. In procuring commercial fru ...
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