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Chemical Energy Definition and Examples

Chemical energy is the energy contained in the internal structure of an atom or molecule. It is a measure of a substance's capacity to transform into another substance via a chemical reaction. This energy could be in the electronic structure of a single atom or in the bonds between atoms in a molecule.
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How W.E.B. Du Bois Made His Mark on Sociology

Renowned sociologist, race scholar, and activist William Edward Burghardt du Bois was born in Great Barrington, Massachusetts on February 23, 1868. He lived to be 95 years old, and during the course of his long life authored multiple books that are still deeply important to the study of sociology-in particular, how sociologists study race and racism.
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Biography of Toyotomi Hideyoshi, 16th Century Unifier of Japan

Toyotomi Hideyoshi (1539-September 18, 1598) was the leader of Japan who reunified the country after 120 years of political fragmentation. During his rule, known as the Momoyama or Peach Mountain age, the country was united as a more-or-less peaceful federation of 200 independent daimyo (great lords), with himself as an imperial regent.
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Myanmar (Burma): Facts and History

Capital Naypyidaw (founded in November of 2005). Major Cities Former capital, Yangon (Rangoon), population 6 million. Mandalay, population 925,000. Government Myanmar, (formerly known as "Burma"), underwent significant political reforms in 2011. Its current president is Thein Sein, who was elected the first non-interim civilian president of Myanmar in 49 years.
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What Is Brown Algae?

Brown algae are the largest, most complex type of marine algae and get their name from their brown, olive, or yellowish-brown color, which they get from the pigment called fucoxanthin. Fucoxanthin is not found in other algae or plants like red or green algae, and as a result, brown algae are in the Kingdom Chromista.
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Sample Report Card Comments for Social Studies

Writing a meaningful report card comment is no easy feat, made more difficult by the fact that you must do this 20 times or more depending on your class size. Teachers must find phrases that accurately and succinctly summarize a student's progress, usually for every subject. Determining how best to deliver both positive and negative news through report card comments is a unique challenge but it becomes easier when you have a list of helpful phrases to fall back on.
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