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North Dakota State University presents the theories behind reverse osmosis and how it affects household water supplies. The site addresses the impurities which are removed by this process. It also speaks of testing, the...
Georgia State University presents an explanation and illustration of buoyancy including Pascal's and Archimede's principles. The site contains helpful diagrams to better explain the concepts addressed. Overall, the site...
Presented by the United States Geological Survey, this website contains general facts and information pertaining to ground water. The site addresses ground water's role within the water cycle itself, it also shows how...
This web page, part of the Irrigation Management Series, will define and explain several common efficiency terms in use for irrigation systems and show how these terms apply to some common irrigation situations. In PDF...
Author Uri Lachish provides a short description of osmosis, reverse osmosis, and osmotic pressure. Lachish's work, while brief, still provides equations and drawings to help better explain his work. Excellent citations...
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