Transcript: Imagery,metaphor,allusion Imagery Glitter by Another infinity presented by Rieko crowe This is the song piano version Detail 4 It has deserts that are now lagoons And it left a world of flourishing creatures And it lefta world of flourishing creatures "Our Inorganic world was able follow a period that shined"it has deserts that are now lagoons and it left a word of flourishing creatures". Repitition,Alliteration "This decayed Metropolis feels in no way nimble the outcome which you wished for overflowing in ashes,this is what you call a Utopia". "Get everything you want in your grasps give everything you want,without holding back lurk in your unconscious state of mind and live your life though a voice you can't see". Our Inorganic World, Was able to follow a period that shined Metaphor
Transcript: The term ionization energy (EI) of an atom or molecule is the minimal energy required to remove (to infinity) one mole of electrons from one mole of gaseous atoms or molecules isolated in free space and in its ground electronic state our element would have a low electronegativity, because it is at the bottom of the periodic table it would have a low ionization energy. because it would take less energy to remove and electron from it. periodic trends Periodic trends- In Chemistry, periodic trends are the tendencies of certain elemental characteristics to increase or decrease as one progresses along a row or column of the periodic table of elements. it has 117 electrons, you find the number at the top it is the same as the atomic number. Electronegativity ionization energy number of valence electrons elements with smaller atomic radii Glitter 117 protons and 117 electrons Ionic radii Astatine, Iodine, Bromine, because they all have a smaller radii. Ionization energy located in group 17, row 7. The atomic radius of a chemical element is a measure of the size of its atoms, usually the mean or typical distance from the nucleus to the boundary of the surrounding cloud of electrons atomic radii the tendency of an atom or radical to attract electrons in the formation of an ionic bond Ionic Radius, rion, is a measure of the size of an atoms ion in a crystal lattice. Electronegativity
Transcript: Chlorine Oxygen Elements broken down 8 protrons 8 neutrons 8 electrons Glitter 17 protrons 18 neutrons 17 electrons BiOCl Bismuth Oxychloride Bismuth 83 protrons 126 neutrons 83 electrons Modern Glitter is made up of Aluminium Titanium Dioxide Iron Oxide Bismuth Oxychloride This is one of the compounds of glitter which is joined by other elements
Transcript: The earliest recordings of glitter being used dates back close to 30,000 years ago, where it was found in ancient cave paintings to give them a glittery aperance. This glitter came from crushed up flake mica. In cosmetics powered hamatite a sparkling mineral was used so were crushed beetles shells and fine malachite crystals. How has glitter changed? How has glitter improved? Matter and Technology has helped the prosses of glitter making alot. 30,000 years ago we depened on the earth and its resourses for our glitter but now we have this machine that cutts longs strips of celefane like plastic paper in to little pices of glitter, the blades cut along the plastic paper turning cutting it in to little shapes of reflective glitter. What is Glitter? How has Glitter changed over time? Ancient Glitter Glitter is an assortment of very flat colourfull reflective particals. When they are applied to a surface they shimmer and sparkle when the sun reflects of them. Glitter is similar to confetti and sequins. Glitter Glitter has gone from being flaked up stone thats been rubbed on to a cave painting to now where it is in nearly every cosmetic! Glitter was once a crushed up stone it then moved on to be litter shards of shimmery glass and now it is tiny particals of manufactured plastic. it is also used safely in liquds such as nail polish and lip gloss. By Imogen O'Leary Quereshi How has glitter been improved? How has matter helped us? How has glitter changed over time? Now Glitter has many pourposes. people use it is on fabrics, they use it in general art and they use it in cosmetics such as nail polish, lip gloss/stick, eye shadow etc. It is used mainly to make thing stand out and to put an extra shine on to the matterial so it will shimmer in the light. What is it used for? The first modern glitter invention was created by an American cattle farmer, Henry Ruschmann. The mechanism was for cross-cutting films. When the second world war was on, german glass glitter was no longer avalable so he found scarp material grounded in to glitter made of plastics. He founded Medowbrook Inventions Inc.
Transcript: GLITTER!!!! INtroduction From the beginning of....GLITTER it has been loved by all except for the very few haters, but who cares? Glitter has been around FOREVER but, I am only going to talk about modern glitter not prehistoric glitter. Anyways sit back relax and Enjoy my Prezi about GLITTER!!!! Did You Know? Henry Ruschmann Did you know that there are actual websites by haters talking about how Henry Ruschmann was the worst man on earth? (BTW, Henry Rushmann is AWESOME! Why? Because he made Glitter of course.) Also did you know, that when it comes to talking about GLITTER!! I sometimes over exaggerate things?
Transcript: Owners: María Paz Ianni Constanza Nunez Julia Rivadulla GLITTER Local: Av. Mitre 1752 Website: www.glitter.com.ar - High range of colors - Packaging - Long duration - Company - Information to buy - Product - Benefits PRODUCT: WOMEN FEELS: DIFFERENT BEAUTIFUL IDENTIFIED NAIL POLISH INFORMATION TO BUY: - 2 x 3 nail polish - More than 4 nail polish = nail file free - Delivery free - online - Pay with cash = discount BENEFITS: COMPANY OBJETIVES: GLITTER
Transcript: This picture is from emilyawapuni.blogspot.com Lots of people use glitter, however I can't name all the people that use it. I love glitter! The Percent of People That Use Glitter! I love unicorns glitter! Most girls like glitter, but most guys don't agree with them. Some guys do like to use glitter, but girls like to use glitter a lot. They use glitter for nail polish, art, and for decorations. Guys don't use glitter like girls. They use it to decorate their beards.........sometimes. What people use glitter for! Unicorns have glitter all over them. That is ONE reason I love unicorns, but I also like glitter a lot. Just not as much as I like unicorns! People Like Using Glitter! People use glitter for art,and makeup. People use glitter for a lot of things. I just can't name them all. If I named all the things glitter is used for, we would be here for a long time. GLITTER Thank You For Your Time!
Transcript: DESTRUCTIVE Renewable Energy •Goals WAR 45% DAMAGE Education Sources War Results In: Wrong WAR Clean Pollution from: Cause: Disease & Starvation In Future Generations NATURE SECOND CONGO WAR 54% 1247 B.C. TRUST Future NATIONALISM Land we live on People Will Blend With: Resolution Provoked: Infrastructural Elements Communication "SCORCHED EARTH" The Case of The Civil War U.S. FORCES Initiating Factor 4.5 million acres Consciousness of the Environment The Battle of Kadesh Requirements •Intentions 1 DECADES Core Late 19th Century •Activities & DESTROY Force PRIMARY CAUSE WARS Right Habitat Obliteration Future "How Can We Prevent Warfare And Bloodshed In Our World?" AIR Warfare Environment's Well-Being Chemical Waste Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashed DEVELOPMENT Present Plains 3000 B.C. $598.5 Billion WAR Air we breathe Water Infrastructure GAIN vs & The Effects of Wars On Education Country B Plutonium AGENT ORANGE Affect Environmentally Destructive Energy Water Inclusive Society Country A Leads Developing Countries state of the habitat The Less Likely A War Is Renewable Energy Conflict Country Air Wars Waged Action! Good Global Warming V.S. FORCE Not Worth It Your Ally World War II World War I Armed Conflict SOCIAL financial Levees Opposed To War Country A Peace NEEDS Economy Business disruption war Hittite Empire Egyptian Empire v.s. Poverty World Wide Bombings 1945 3 Million Safe 75 Million Children IMMIGRATE Sustainable Development Other military expenditures Nuclear Fresh Water Fresh Water Fresh Water That Already Exists EARTH SUFFERS Benzene Educated Economy & Financial Resources Nagasaki U.S. Budget CENTURIES • Increase the quality of education "We Want Our Land back!" Mercury To Practice Tolerance manufacturing IMPORTANT! Chemical political Different Genders The Engagement Different Races Different Nationalities The Public Vietnam War Economy Causes War National Agenda 2021 Human history WAR Land Military Equipment Hurt by War More Likely Environmental Carbon Footprint technology industries Restricted War = Destructive Force Years REDUCTION Cost of weapons WAR Finance Hunger Dams Hurt Hiroshima Increasing the quality of education The More Your Enemy Biological Any Country Havoc Reaching Out to Authority
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