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- Howling at the Moon!
- Lunacy, says it all. We all know that the time of the full moon feels strange. Legend has it that the full moon brings out the worst in people: more violence, suicides, accidents, and aggression. The influence of the moon and behavior has been called "The...
Astrology >> The Moon
- Everyday Water
- When you think of "Water" what comes to mind? A tranquil lake, gentle rain, or raging sea? Whether magical element or just a simple cup of tea, water can be a very special part of your life. Water Spirits Every body of water is an entity. Each lake,...
The Elements >> Water
- This Goddess replica is a composite of several images found scattered from Libya to Egypt Dated in the predynastic period BCE, they also appear on cave wall paintings from Paleolithic Algeria. The culture that produced Her was a sophisticated group of people...
Deities & Heros >> Egyptian
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- Chromium Phosphate Market (2015 - 2021): Global Market Study And Analysis
- Chromium phosphate is a polyatomic ionic compound which either receives or donates electrons. The compound is also termed as orthophosphate of phosphoric acid or chromium salt which is insoluble in water. Different raw materials are used for ...
- Positron kinetics in an idealized PET environment
- We should highlight that the formalism developed here is also readily adaptable to other important applications where the transport of charged particles in tissue is important e.g.
- Clusters for tissue imaging by TOF-SIMS: Water is preferred
- Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 2015, 29, 1851-1862: "Mass spectrometric imaging of brain tissue by time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry – How do polyatomic primary beams C60+, Ar2000+, water-doped Ar2000+ and (H2O)6000+ ...
- On Cooking Southern: The Miracle That Is Salt
- They are composed of related numbers of positively charged ions called cations, that can be inorganic such as chloride, or organic such as acetate, or monatomic such as fluoride, or polyatomic such as sulfate.