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The Uses of Anti-Static Devices

20th January 2012
The effect of static electricity on people or equipment can be reduced with anti-static devices. They are necessary when working with gases and flammable liquids by preventing fires and explosions. Objects that are sensitive to static, such as electronic ... Read >
Author: Tom Harel

What Causes Static in Your Hair and How to Get Rid of It

07th January 2011
In winter when the air is dry both indoors and out, static in your hair can become a bit of a nuisance. Static electricity in your hair can contribute to damage, so learning to get rid of it will help keep your hair in healthier, shinier condition. In thi... Read >
Author: Stone Bridge Hair Accessories

Laser Printer Advantages and Disadvantages

23rd September 2010
A laser printer is a common type of personal computer printer that rapidly produces high quality text and graphics on plain paper. As with digital duplicators and multifunction printers (MFPs), laser printers use a xerographic printing process. But they d... Read >
Author: Vierge Group

The Difference Between Dynamic and Condenser Microphone

16th August 2010
Most professional condenser microphone pick up sound waves and convert those waves into an electrical signal to be used by audio equipment in one of two ways. Dynamic Microphones A dynamic (or moving coil) microphone operates by using a wire coil and a... Read >
Author: Rebecca

Advantages of Tin Coated Copper Wire

08th June 2010
Copper metal, since many generations has proved its significance to the mankind. It is an essential component utilized in numerous electrical systems. However with the modernization, mankind has come up with new ways of improvising the usage of various ma... Read >
Author: russelmori

Your Hand Sweating And The Iontophoresis Treatment Option

11th May 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Lynsey Carter It can be extremely difficult to have to cope with any sweating problem whether it may be your sweating underarms, your sweaty feet, or just your sweaty hands. These sweating conditions can often lead to feelings of emb... Read >
Author: Lynsey B Carter

The Advantage and Disadvantage of Using Magnetic Water Softener

07th January 2010
With the range of options and procedures that we have for softening hard water, it can be complicated to make a decision in which techniques will work best. Consequently, the price of the water softener apparatus is one issue to think about as well as its... Read >
Author: Xerendipity

Aquashield Announces Cutting Edge Breakthrough In Shark Deterrent Device.

22nd November 2009
In 2007 researchers at Aquashield began working on an integrated bio-electric safety system in the hopes of decreasing hazards for people that were at risk of shark attack in the open water. Durring this research it was found that Sharks are literally wir... Read >
Author: Patrick Ward

Guide to Model Train Set Wheels - Plastic vs Metal

16th October 2009
A model train set can have either plastic or metal wheels. Understanding model train wheel-set construction is important when considering which type of wheels is best for you. A train wheel consists of a flange and a tread. The flange is the inside par... Read >
Author: Joe Kanooga

Use water to catch dust

10th July 2009
That's what Rainbow vacuum cleaners are out there to prove. To substantiate the manufactures claim, the Rainbow vacuum uses water to trap dirt and dust. There is a scientific basis to this claim. Majority of the dirt particles contain an electrical ch... Read >
Author: John Rupert

Water Purification Methods: The Role of Distilled Water In Our Society Today

07th July 2009
Your body consists of more than 70% water, which just goes to show that drinking safe water is essential for your body to function normally. However, there are issues about how safe the water that comes out of your faucet is, especially with pollution and... Read >
Author: joalesto

The Healing Benefits of Clear Quartz Crystal

06th January 2009
Clear Quartz which is merely composed of silicon dioxide well known of its large, unusual normally faultless, and very often beautiful prismatic crystals. Clear Quartz is often referred to as the "stone of power". It's the most pure form of quartz that la... Read >
Author: Silvia Blach

How To React When An Airbag Activates

02nd October 2008
Virtually all new cars come with front airbags fitted as standard. There is no doubt that over the years airbags have proven themselves worthy safety devices. A key factor in their useability and effectiveness is their reliability. An airbag is a use o... Read >
Author: viddy55

Why Our Bodies Need Minerals To Function

16th April 2008
It's astounding to realise that our blood plasma (26 pints in a typical adult) has a composition very similar to seawater.As famed environmentalist Rachel Carson said in her book THE SEA AROUND US "Fish, amphibian, bird and mammal -- each of us carries in... Read >
Author: Dr. John Heinerman

The Christian Bible verses Darwin's Evolutionary Theory

31st August 2006
In Christianity, God's creation of man, and our science of evolution parallels are one in the same to someone that has studied both to some depth. In Christianity and Judaism, "God's creation of Man," from the "The Book of Genesis" verses the science ... Read >
Author: Steven E Coffman
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