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Nitrogen was isolated by the British physician Daniel Rutherford in 1772 and recognized as an elemental gas by the French chemist Antoine Laurent Lavoisier about 1776. Properties Nitrogen is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, nontoxic gas. It can be condensed into a colorless liquid, which can in turn be compressed into a colorless, crystalline solid. Nitrogen exists in two natural forms of isotopes, and four radioactive isotopes have been artificially prepared. Nitrogen melts at -210.01° C (-34
Industrial gases, Nitrogen, Liquid nitrogen, Nitrous oxide, Urea, Liquid air, Nitric acid, Fertilizer, Oxygen, Ammonia, Liquid oxygen, Nitrogen cycle
536 words (3 pages) in essay
Around the 12th century BC, the Greeks gave the coastal region of the eastern Mediterranean the name Phoenicia. This name was so widely accepted that even the Romans adopted it at a later date. Phoenicia was the land between the Orontes River and Mount Carmel. The land was characterized early as the homeland or origination of the surviving Syro-Canaanite civilization. This unique civilization survived the many threats from other cultures of the 12th century BC. The Syro-Canaan civilization prod
Books of Kings, Phoenician mythology, Ancient Near East, Civilizations, Levant, Phoenicia, Canaan, Sanchuniathon, Baal, Elijah, Ancient Canaanite religion, Melqart
1416 words (6 pages) in essay
Bill Clinton\'s Life Bill Clinton was born William Jefferson Blythe III on August 19, 1946, in the small town of Hope, Arkansas. He was named after his father, William Jefferson Blythe II, who had been killed in a car accident just three months before his son\'s birth. Needing a way to support herself and her new child, Bill Clinton\'s mother, Virginia Cassidy Blythe, moved to New Orleans, Louisiana, to study nursing. Bill Clinton stayed with his mother\'s parents in Hope. There his grandparents
Rodham family, Bill Clinton, William Jefferson Blythe Jr., Hillary Clinton, Virginia Clinton Kelley, Clinton family
703 words (3 pages) in essay
polution POLLUTION !0}Why is this happening?!1} I say to my mind, !0}Why is the air so hot and so hard to breathe?!1}, !0}Why are trees being cut down when they are a source of life?!1}, !0}Why some species of animals are disappearing?!1} There is only one answer to this question and maybe the most unpleasant for us to hear: man, whose main preoccupation should be the protection of his home, destroys the planet through his harmful actions. Man has interfered too much in the normal course of natu
Habitat, Environmental toxicology, Pollution, Natural environment, Environmentalism, Are We Changing Planet Earth?, Marine pollution
1033 words (5 pages) in essay
What was the Harlem Renaissance? The Harlem Renaissance was an era where African-Americans revealed their abilities not only in literature but also in art and music. This period lasted from the end of World War I through the middle of the 1930’s Depression. During this period, a tremendous outbreak of black intellectuals took place in Harlem a district of New York City. In the middle of this revolutionary atmosphere, a small group of black men and women began a public relations campaign to prom
Harlem Renaissance, The Crisis, New Negro, Langston Hughes, African-American literature, Harlem, W. E. B. Du Bois, James Weldon Johnson, Claude McKay, Countee Cullen, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, African-American culture
918 words (4 pages) in essay
The legislative processes of the United States Congress are often open to certain influences. These influences can come from such elements of the congressional system as logrolling and party representation on committees. In addition, there are several manners in which party leadership in Congress can also contribute to these influences. Logrolling is one technique used to sway the legislative procedures of Congress in one\'s favor. Also known as reciprocity, logrolling is a method that one or m
Political terminology, Logrolling, Public choice theory, United States Congress, United States congressional committee, United States Senate, United States House Committee on Rules, Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, Whip, Australian Senate, Senate of Canada, United States House of Representatives
617 words (3 pages) in essay
Cyberstalking When considering stalking one does not often consider cyberstalking because it is not done in the traditional way, i.e., a male or female pursuing and following another person in the flesh. Cyberstalking while many feel is not a "real" crime, most certainly instills fear in the intended victim, many times as much or even more than the traditional stalking measures. I chose cyberstalking because as I was perusing topics I came across this and I even thought at first, how scary can
Abuse, Aggression, Cybercrime, Stalking, Cyberstalking, Cyberbullying, Cyberstalking legislation
765 words (5 pages) in essay
Thesis: Shakespeare used the same definition of tragedy when he wrote Macbeth, and when he wrote Hamlet; Shakespearean tragedies use supernatural incidents to intrigue the reader\'s interest, and his plays consist of a hero that has a tragic flaw (sometimes the want for the supernatural) which causes him to make a fatal mistake. I. Introduction II. Spirits III. Comparison IV. Conclusion Shakespeare always used the same elements of tragedy when he wrote his tragedies. These tragedies can be comp
Characters in Macbeth, Shakespearean tragedies, Ancient Greek theatre, Regicides, King's Men, William Shakespeare, Macbeth, Tragedy, Hamlet, Three Witches, Hamartia, Macduff
397 words (3 pages) in essay
Charles Dickens\' Language in Great Expectations How Does Dickens’ Language Keep the Reader’s Interest? In ‘Great Expectations’ the reader’s interest is drawn in immediately, Dickens manages to catch the reader’s interest because he plays with the reader’s emotions instantly. We are automatically made to feel sorry for Pip because we learn, on the first page, that his family is dead and when “A fearful man, all in coarse grey, with a great iron on his leg” shouts at Pip we, the readers become he
English-language films, British films, Period television series, Abel Magwitch, Great Expectations, Charles Dickens, Pip, Estella, Joseph Clayton Clarke
491 words (3 pages) in essay
s Treaty The treaty of Versailles that closed the First World War was set up as a way to ensure peace. It was hoped that the treaty would ensure that the first world was had been ‘the war to end all wars’however this was not to be and the treaty became the subject of much scrutiny pretty much from the get-go. Many of the youthful insiders from the American and British delegations claimed immediately after the conference that Wilson had abandoned his earlier plans and had in effect betrayed his s
Treaty of Versailles, France, John Maynard Keynes, Paris Peace Conference, Peace treaty, Treaty, The Economic Consequences of the Peace, World War I reparations
1348 words (6 pages) in essay

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