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AccessScience | Encyclopedia Article | Engine manifold
Manifolds are usually identified by the service provided, such as the intake manifold and exhaust manifold on the internal combustion engine (see illus.). ...
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AccessScience | Encyclopedia Article | Icebreaker
Icebreaker technology has evolved rapidly since the 1960s as a result of ... icebreakers provide the platforms from which polar science and research can be ...
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AccessScience | Encyclopedia Article | Earth, heat flow in
Sections: Measurement; Global data set; Heat flow and age relationships; Radiogenic heat in Earth's crust; Global heat loss; Heat flow in the past ...
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AccessScience | Encyclopedia Article | Earth, heat flow in
The plate movements over the surface of the Earth are seen as one manifestation of a heat engine at work in the interior, and the heat flow at the surface ...
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AccessScience | Encyclopedia Article | Exopterygota
Exopterygota. Sections: A division (also known as Hemimetabola) of the subclass Pterygota, including those insects that show relatively slight change in ...
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AccessScience | Biography | Bates, Daisy May
Bates, Daisy May (1863–1951). The content above is only an excerpt. Please log in for full access. Log In. Enter log in information provided by your school ...
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AccessScience | News | Exploding wires open sharp X-ray eye
Exploding wires open sharp X-ray eye by Peter Weiss Week of November 04, 2001. From Science News, Vol. 160, No. 18, Nov. 3, 2001, p. 279. ...
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AccessScience | Encyclopedia Article | Halogen elements
The halogen family consists of the elements fluorine, F; chlorine, Cl; bromine, Br; iodine, I; and astatine, At. Estimates of the relative abundances of ...
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AccessScience | Encyclopedia Article | Camel's hair
This textile fiber is obtained from the two-humped bactrian camel, which is native to all parts of Asia. The protective hair covering of the camel is a ...
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Qualitative chemical analysis. Quantitative chemical analysis ... J. Lagowski and H. Sorum, Introduction to Semimicro Qualitative Analysis, 7th ed., 1991 ...
 
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