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Aerosol as a Negative Effect

Aerosol as a Negative Effect in Society If you were to look at a few of the products sitting around or maybe some you are using, you probably wouldnít think twice about the effects they have on society. Many products that are used everyday were produced with positive affects in mind, but what many people donít realize is that many have harmful affects. Many products have directly and indirectly destroyed peopleís lives, changing the way we view these products. In Frankenstein, written by Mary Shelley, Frankenstein constructed his monster in an effort to create life. When the monster began to be rejected from society, he insisted on becoming a threat to man. Many products we use everyday are changing peopleís lives and changing the environment; Not for the better like they were intended, but for the worse. Like Frankensteinís monster, aerosol was produced with positive interest in mind but has risen as a major threat and concern to todayís society.
The first use, which will later be evolved into aerosol, of compressed air was in the early 1700ís. Compressed air was used in jackhammers along with many other tools that required pressure to operate them. Compressed air is able to travel through a small air turbine to turn a shaft, or can be expanded through a nozzle to produce a high-speed jet, as in a paint sprayer. A Swiss mathematician and physicist, named Daniel Bernoulli, made this discovery. He used the concept of pressurizing aerosol in a container to dispense a wide variety of substances in the form of fine sprays, foams, or liquid streams. Bernoulliís first
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purpose of using aerosol was to disprove the concept that as the speed of a moving fluid increases, the pressure within that fluid decreases. Bernoulliís Principle states that the total energy in a steadily flowing fluid system is a constant along the flow path. An increase in the fluidís speed must therefore be matched by a decrease in its pressure. ...

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