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Which diaper is more absorbent, Huggies or Pampers?

Our experiment’s purpose is to find which newborn diaper, Huggies Little Snugglers or Pampers Swaddlers, absorbs more simulated urine (5% salt water). The Pampers diaper is composed of an average…

The Effect of UV Treatment on the Degradation of Compostable Polylactic Acid

Though many compostable plastics have entered the market, they often require lengthy treatment processes to degrade. Polylactic acid (PLA) has the greatest potential to replace petroleum-based plastics due to its…

The Effects of Acid Rain on the Visible Light Absorption of Stained Glass

Abstract The effect of acid rain on stained glass windows is felt by many churches and other historic buildings worldwide, especially in Europe. As a result, the relationship between the…

Evaluation of Nitrate Retention Additives for Developing Environmentally Friendly Manures

ABSTRACT Activated carbon is a readily available material that can be added to fertilizers or manures to reduce nitrate nitrogen (NO3-N) contamination of surface and near-surface groundwater. To test the…

Computer Lab Management of Cloud Computing Technology

Andrew Yang High School Student Computer Lab Management of Cloud Computing Technology (click to view)…

Sugar: Friend or Foe?

Raelene Tang Chiang Kai Shek College   Sugar-Friend-or-Foe (click to view)…

Mapping QTLs for Popping Ability in a Popcorn × Dent Maize Genetic Cross

Corn (maize, Zea mays L.) is one of the world’s most economically important grain crops. When exposed to heat, its starch-filled kernels pop and cook into puffs. The high demand…

Comparing the Voltage Output of Water in Drop and Flow Form Using a Piezoelectric Sensor and Hydroelectric Turbine

Due to the harmful effects of broadly used energy sources, alternative energy sources have been widely studied. One area of interest is transferring kinetic water energy in nature, as in…

The Effects of Ocean Acidification on the Development and Calcification of the Larval Shells of the Red Abalone Haliotis rufescens Swainson, 1822

This study focuses on the effects of increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide and decreasing pH on the development and calcification of larval red abalone shells. Experimental bowls were inoculated with 2…

Comparing Suturing And Stapling In Coronary Bypass Grafting Anastomosis

Coronary heart disease (CHD) is the number one killer worldwide and is responsible for 12.2% of all deaths. CHD is caused by a plaque buildup in the heart’s arteries, which…

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