Eh, the bacon is pushing it and so is the Apple Jack. The egg is good, just not fried (if you are using oils to cook it, do not ). I am not sure what light wheat toast is. My rule of thumb when it comes to diet foods: always stick to natural things. Do not get foods that say "Sugar-free", "Light", "Fat-free"...etc. Because those are packed with tons of other chemicals your body does not need. It is essential that your body gets real, natural sugar and fat. Try fruit in the morning with natural yogurt and put some granola in it. You could also make a smoothie. Eggs are healthy for you as well! So definitely eat that! Wheat toast is healthy! Always go wheat toast and / or whole grains! Skim milk is fine.
1. Spontaneous Combustion: Be careful with oily rags and absorbents
Some oils and liquids - and the absorbents that contain them - have the potential to spontaneously combust. If your facility uses, stores or processes vegetable or drying oils, biodiesel or other self-heating liquids, it's important to recognize their hazards and establish safety and housekeeping plans to help you prevent fires. Why Oily Rags and Other Used Absorbents can Spontaneously Combust Certain oils - like vegetable, drying oils and biodiesel - undergo a chemical process known as oxidation that releases energy in the form of heat when exposed to air. It's oxidation that creates the potential for spontaneous combustion. Petroleum products like motor oil and gasoline, while flammable, do not undergo oxidation. Also, the tendency of oil to spontaneously combust is related to its iodine number - if it's 130 or greater, the potential is there. Absorbent materials, like , and mats, do not change the properties of the liquids they absorb. Absorbents soaked with flammable liquids remain flammable. Absorbents soaked with corrosives remain corrosive. Absorbents soaked with vegetable oil will oxidize. If the liquid can spontaneously combust, so can the absorbent that contains it. Here are some questions that our customers frequently ask us: Motor oil (and anything soaked in motor oil) is less likely to spontaneously combust but it can happen if conditions are just right. Play it safe and follow the steps in this article to help prevent incidents from occurring. As for gasoline-soaked rags, they usually require an ignition source to ignite their vapors. However, spontaneous combustion can occur if gasoline-soaked rags reach their auto-ignition point of 495F-536F. Again, always exercise caution when handling oils and flammable liquids, even if they are not commonly associated with spontaneous combustion. Yes, vegetable oils will oxidize when exposed to air so they should always be treated as a risk for spontaneous combustion. Vegetable oils are commonly used to make soaps, candles, perfumes, skin care and other cosmetic products, in addition to being used as drying oils in paints and wood treatment products. Acetone and highly flammable solvents have very low flashpoints, putting them at risk for external ignition and spontaneous combustion. Much like oil- and gas-soaked rags, the conditions need to be just right for a spontaneous reaction to occur, but they are still potential hazards that should be taken seriously. Are There Any Absorbents that Eliminate the Potential for Spontaneous Combustion? No absorbent eliminates the potential for spontaneous combustion, and it can exist with any type or brand of absorbent media: mats, wipers, rags, corncob, sawdust, clay, wood chips or peat. Remember: it's the property of the liquid being absorbed - not the absorbent itself - that creates the potential for a reaction. Like any fire, three elements are needed for spontaneous combustion: heat, fuel and oxygen. External heat sources like a match or a spark are not needed for liquids that can spontaneously combust because heat is created through the oil's natural oxidization process. The oil and absorbents become the fuel while oxygen is present in the air. To reduce the risk of spontaneous combustion, remove one of the three fire elements using one of the following techniques: Place saturated absorbents in sealed containers for disposal or recycling, making sure the container is nearly full (Scroll down to see some of our best-selling Latching Drum Lids!) Dry saturated absorbents in a single layer before disposal or recycling (consider the potential for emissions and whether this is permissible in your jurisdiction) so that the heat from oxidation dissipates more easily Keep containers or bags of spent absorbents out of direct sunlight, away from heat sources and out of high-temperature areas or store containers of spent materials in climate-controlled areas or away from structures until they can be shipped for recycling or disposal
2. Plz help me with English!!!!?
Wrong. It means: fats, oils, waxes are compounds and insoluble in water, BUT they are soluble in organic solvents LIKE Ether, chloroform, benzene.
3. 5 Simple Ways on How to Remove Rust of a Gun and Prevent Corrosion
When you are cleaning a gun, the abrasive material has a crucial impact. Applying wrong abrasive material can ruin the finish of the firearm. Using a steel wool pad is an effective method to remove rust from a gun. It's smooth and easy to use. Lubrication plays an essential role in rust removal also. Any kind of oil can be applied for this project. There are plenty of oils that are specially made for firearms. You can use cooking oil and '3 in 1' oil. Napkins or some used newspapers are the things that you need too. Follow the lines below on how to remove heavy rust from a gun. Double-check if the gun is loaded or not. If it's loaded, then unload it to ensure your safety Try to keep the work area steady and quiet to keep your focus. Use the napkins or newspapers for collecting the wastes and for other cleaning needs. Put the gun calmly so that it does not move while cleaning. Always keep the gun pointed in a direction that is safe because there is a possibility of getting misfired if the gun is loaded. Pour oil on and around the rusted surface. Avoid using large amounts of oil. Apply a few drops. Use the steel wool pad as an abrasive material to rub the gun surface. Do not use much pressure so the finish of the gun would be ruined. The finish of the firearm might be damaged if done improperly. Then you add gun cleaner on steel wool and rub it lightly on the rusted area. After some time wipe the gun with the napkins or and check it thoroughly. If the rust stays, rerun the process again, until the gun becomes rust free.