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Abdullah, Maryam M.; Ly, Agnes R.; Goldberg, Wendy A.; Clarke-Stewart, K. Alison; Dudgeon, John V.; Mull, Christopher G.; Chan, Tony J.; Kent, Erin E.; Mason, Andrew Z.; Ericson, Jonathon E. – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2012
To examine possible links between neurotoxicant exposure and neuropsychological disorders and child behavior, relative concentrations of lead, mercury, and manganese were examined in prenatal and postnatal enamel regions of deciduous teeth from children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs), high levels of disruptive behavior (HDB), and typically…
Descriptors: Autism, Child Behavior, Metallurgy, Hazardous Materials
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Widmar, Marge – School Arts, 1985
A secondary teacher describes how she has her students use liquid white enamel. With the enameling process, students can create lasting, exciting artwork. They can exercise an understanding of design and color while learning the value of careful, sustained craft skills. (RM)
Descriptors: Art Activities, Art Education, Art Materials, Art Products
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Ball, Fred – School Arts, 1974
Considered the enameling process, a craft by which students can produce sophisticated art works through elementary application of materials. (Author/RK)
Descriptors: Art Materials, Art Products, Creative Expression, Design Crafts
Esposito, G. G. – 1972
Aromatic solvents possess the strongest solvency of the hydrogen types, but various air pollution control districts have established maximum limits on the amount that may be present in organic coatings. In the proposed procedure, high efficiency liquid chromatography is used to determine total aromatics in enamels and lacquer thinners, their…
Descriptors: Air Pollution, Laboratory Techniques, Pollution, Sampling
Sterling, Joan – Arts & Activities, 2011
In the small island country of Haiti, colorful taxis transport the natives to the market. Although the taxis may be crowded with people, goods, and even livestock, it is considered a luxury to ride rather than go on foot. The children's picture book, "Tap-Tap," is a wonderful introduction to the culture of this land. The name…
Descriptors: Picture Books, Foreign Countries, Latin American Culture, Sculpture
Tyau, Layton M. – 1988
This lesson, which is part of a high school course in auto body repair and painting, deals with selecting a reducer when doing overall paint jobs using enamel paints. Students are taught the general properties of different types of enamel paints and selection of the proper reducer for each type of paint, depending on the weather and the specific…
Descriptors: Auto Body Repairers, Equipment Utilization, High Schools, Painting (Industrial Arts)
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Gluck, Paul – Physics Teacher, 2007
We have built a device that uses the Lorentz force on a current-carrying wire situated in a magnetic field, F = I L x B, in order to demonstrate a slowly varying alternating current by means of an optical lever. The apparatus consists of a horseshoe magnet, a length of thin enamel-coated wire (ours was 0.3 mm thick), a signal generator, a…
Descriptors: Physics, Science Instruction, Mechanics (Physics), Laboratory Equipment
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Hawkes, Stephen J. – Journal of Chemical Education, 2008
Non-ceramic glasses are not adequately discussed in introductory chemistry. Such glasses include polycarbonate, which many corrective lenses are made of, amber, enamel, gelatin, hard candy, coal, refrigerated glycerol, and metallic glasses that have been marketed in recent decades. What is usually discussed in elementary texts is siliceous glass,…
Descriptors: Structural Elements (Construction), Chemistry, Science Instruction, Introductory Courses
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Burd, Brian – Physician and Sportsmedicine, 1986
Swimming classes that use forced infant submersion may post health hazards, including hyponatremia (infantile water intoxication), intestinal parasites, and dental enamel erosion. (MT)
Descriptors: Infants, Risk, Swimming
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Herron, J. Dudley, Ed. – Journal of Chemical Education, 1980
Presents questions and answers about the fluoridation of water regarding the compounds added to drinking water in the fluoridation process, how raw water is tested for fluoride content, and how fluoride reacts with tooth enamel. (CS)
Descriptors: Chemistry, Dental Health, Health Education, Science Education
Wiley, Kristina – Exceptional Parent, 2008
Tooth decay in children is on the rise in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), tooth decay rose 4 percent in the two-to five-year-old age group in the last four years. These statistics are disturbing to dental professionals because of the ability to prevent approximately 85 percent of tooth decay.…
Descriptors: Young Children, Preschool Children, Dental Health, Dental Evaluation
Dade County Public Schools, Miami, FL. – 1973
Part of the Dade County Public School (Florida)Quinmester Program, the automotive refinishing course outline is a continuation of automotive refinishing 1 and emphasizes the practical application of color coating and sheet metal refinishing. Overall refinishing with enamels, lacquers, and acrylics are included as well as spot repair painting and…
Descriptors: Auto Body Repairers, Auto Mechanics, Course Content, Course Objectives
Gregory, Margaret R.; Benson, Robert T. – 1984
This curriculum guide consists of materials for teaching a course in auto body repair. Addressed in the individual units of the guide are the following topics: the nature and scope of auto body repair; safety; tools; auto body construction; simple metal straightening; welding; painting and refinishing; refinishing complete lacquer; refinishing…
Descriptors: Administrators, Auto Body Repairers, Behavioral Objectives, Classroom Techniques
FRITZ, ROBERT C. – 1963
THE OBJECTIVES OF THIS STUDY WERE TO OBTAIN AND ESTABLISH CURRICULAR COMPONENTS FROM TECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCH AND TO PROJECT THE RESEARCH INTO AN OUTLINE OF ORGANIZED SUBJECT MATTER. THE STUDY IS LIMITED TO AN INVESTIGATION OF SELECTED SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL ELEMENTS OF CERAMIC TECHNOLOGY THAT ARE RECORDED AS RESOURCE REFERENCES. THE DATA WERE…
Descriptors: Ceramics, Curriculum Development, Curriculum Research, Industrial Education
Bredin, Elizabeth Shear – 1990
This guide prepares students for a visit to the Hemphill Folk Art Collection at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. The guide includes a map showing the six states from where the art works originated; questions and answers about the art; and activities for students. As students read the guide and look at the photographs of the art works, they are…
Descriptors: Art Education, Art Expression, Artists, Cultural Context