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How to Find Lost Your Android Phone and Tablet !!!!!

Your Android gadgets are the most important things in your life. It contains all the important contacts and information. If you lose your equipment, you will lose all those sweet memories with photos and videos. But there is good news for Android phone / tablet users, now you can easily find, or at least know where your phone is not with or without the use of applications for Android. Let's first look at how to find a lost phone that does not contain any application installed on it. Use the IMEI Number Every Android phone has a unique IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identification Number ) . It will be printed on the back of the unit . If you can not find the number , you have to run the applications on your phone and dial * # 06 # . This will give you the IMEI number of your phone. Keep it in a safe place so it will help you in locating your phone if the phone is lost . When you file a complaint , this number should be added to the report . The service provider uses this numb

Power_of_Nanotechnology_Video

Using nanotechnology to coat objects: showing metal, gloves etc which are not moistened due to coating of nanomaterials. Wonderfull video on power of nanotechnology. (courtesy: Disclose.tv) Disclose.tv - Power of Nanotechnology Video Blow Your Mind

Nanocellulose from blue-green algae

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Nanocellulose from blue-green algae Researchers have reported on producing nanocellulose using the algae. Cellulose Cellulose is an organic compound mainly a polysaccharide consisting of a linear chain of several hundred to over ten thousand β (1→4) linked D-glucose units and is an important structural component of the primary cell wall of green plants, many forms of algae oomycetes and secreted by some species of bacteria as bio films. Cellulose is the most abundant organic polymer on Earth, a material, like plastics, consisting of molecules linked together into long chains. Cellulose makes up tree trunks and branches, corn stalks and cotton fibers, the main component of paper and cardboard and the indigestible material in fruits and vegetables. For example the cellulose content of cotton fiber is 90%, that of wood is 40–50% and that of dried hemp is approximately 45%. Few living organisms can synthesize and secrete cellulose in its native nanostructure form of micro fibrils. Nano cel