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Panasonic Wet/Dry Nose/Ear Trimmer

  Features: Battery Operated (One "AA" battery, not included). One year limited warranty. Directions: Before operating this product please read the enclosed Operating Instructions completely.


Garmin 010-00629-00 eTrex Legend HCX GPS Receiver

  Features: High-sensitivity, Waas-enabled GPS receiver. Provides peak performance in any environment. Lightweight, compact and waterproof. Built-in basemap with automatic routing capability. 1.7"H x 1.3"W screen with 256-level color TFT. Connects to computer's USB for high-speed map downloads. Includes MicroSD card slot for optional Mapsource mapping software. Pre-programmed MicroSD cards available with map information including topographic maps, Bluechart marine charts, detailed inland lake maps and turn-by-turn street data based on premium Navteq mapping data. Automatic track log with 20 saved tracks. Stores up to 1000 waypoints and 50 routes. Provides automatic turn-by-turn directions with optional auto navigation kit. Audible beeper alarm with configurable tones. 4-way cursor for smooth, 1-hand operation. 25-hour battery life with 2 required AA batteries. Limited 1-year warranty.


Garmin 010-00630-00 eTrex Vista HCX GPS Receiver

  Features: High-sensitivity, Waas-enabled GPS receiver. Provides peak performance in any environment. Lightweight, compact and waterproof. 1.7"H x 1.3"W screen with 256-level color TFT. Built-in basemap with automatic routing capability. Connects to computer's USB for high-speed map downloads. Includes MicroSD card slot for optional Mapsource mapping software. Pre-programmed MicroSD cards available with map information including topographic maps, Bluechart marine charts, detailed inland lake maps and turn-by-turn street data based on premium Navteq mapping data. Automatic track log with 20 saved tracks. Stores up to 1000 waypoints and 50 routes. Barometric altimeter and electronic compass. Provides automatic turn-by-turn directions with optional auto navigation kit. Audible beeper alarm with configurable tones. 4-way cursor for smooth, 1-hand operation. 25-hour battery life with 2 required AA batteries. Limited 1-year warranty.


An Introductory Course Of Quantitative Chemical Analysis With Ex

  This Introductory Course of Quantitative Analysis has been preparedto meet the needs of students who are just entering upon the subject,after a course of qualitative analysis. It is primarily intended toenable the student to work successfully and intelligently without thenecessity for a larger measure of personal assistance and supervisionthan can reasonably be given to each member of a large class. To thisend the directions are given in such detail that there is very littleopportunity for the student to go astray; but the manual is not, theauthor believes, on this account less adapted for use with smallclasses, where the instructor, by greater personal influence, canstimulate independent thought on the part of the pupil. The method of presentation of the subject is that suggested byProfessor A.A. Noyes' excellent manual of Qualitative Analysis. Foreach analysis the procedure is given in considerable detail, andthis is accompanied by explanatory notes, which are believed to besufficiently expanded to enable the student to understand fully theunderlying reason for each step prescribed. The use of the bookshould, nevertheless, be supplemented by classroom instruction, mainlyof the character of recitations, and the student should be taught toconsult larger works. The general directions are intended to emphasizethose matters upon which the beginner in quantitative analysis mustbestow special care, and to offer helpful suggestions. The studentcan hardly be expected to appreciate the force of all the statementscontained in these directions, or, indeed, to retain them all inthe memory after a single reading; but the instructor, by frequentreference to special paragraphs, as suitable occasion presents itself,can soon render them familiar to the student. The analyses selected for practice are those comprised in the firstcourse of quantitative analysis at the Massachusetts Institute ofTechnology, and have been chosen, after an experience of years,as affording the best preparation for more advanced work, and assatisfactory types of gravimetric and volumetric methods. From thelatter point of view, they also seem to furnish the best insight intoquantitative analysis for those students who can devote but a limited time to the subject, and who may never extend their study beyond the field covered by this manual. The author has had opportunity to test the efficiency of the course for use with such students, and has found the results satisfactory. In place of the usual custom of selecting simple salts as material forpreliminary practice, it has been found advantageous to substitute, inmost instances, approximately pure samples of appropriate minerals orindustrial products. The difficulties are not greatly enhanced, whilethe student gains in practical experience. The analytical procedures described in the following pages have beenselected chiefly with reference to their usefulness in teaching thesubject, and with the purpose of affording as wide a variety ofprocesses as is practicable within an introductory course of thischaracter. The scope of the manual precludes any extended attempt toindicate alternative procedures, except through general references tolarger works on analytical chemistry. The author is indebted to thestandard works for many suggestions for which it is impracticable tomake specific acknowledgment; no considerable credit is claimed by himfor originality of procedure.

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