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Best 20 Ways to Personalize Your Dream House

When you move into your new house, it’s natural for everyone to want to put a personal stamp on the space. The finishes, fixtures and color patterns were probably chosen by the previous homeowner. Unless, of course, you’ve built yourself your dream…See More
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Satyadev Vyas posted a blog post

Active current: The current in the phase with the voltage is called the active current. Reactive current: The current lagging or leading with the voltage is called the reactive current. Read More:…

Active current:The current in the phase with the voltage is called the active current.Reactive current:The current lagging or leading with the voltage is called the reactive current.Read More: …See More
Maximus Infinity posted a blog post

Virtual Assistant Ideas to Draw Clients’ Attention

The short answer: extremely helpful. While virtual assistants provide a spread of services from bookkeeping to social media management, all of them can enhance their careers with a blog that showcases their skills and markets them to more…See More
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Challenges and Opportunities for Architects in 2021

The world is changing. The way we live, the way we work and how we think about architecture are all being affected by this change. Architects need to be aware of these changes in order to stay relevant in the industry.We know that…See More
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Benefits of tractors in modern farming and agriculture

Tractors have traditionally been used on farms to mechanize several agricultural tasks. Modern tractors are used for pouching, tilling and planting fields additionally to routine lawn care, landscape maintenance, moving or spreading fertilizer and…See More
Andre' D. Henderson, Sr. posted a blog post

A Molecular Solar Thermal Energy Storage System.

A device for solar energy storage and release based on a reversible chemical reaction is demonstrated. A highly soluble derivative of a (fulvalene)diruthenium (FvRu2) system is synthesized, capable of storing solar energy (110 J g−1) in the form of…See More
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