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I have chosen for my Household Chemical Project, a commercial product known for its unusual cleaning abilities and fresh, outdoor scent. The name of this product, familiar Im sure to all reading this essay- is Pine-Sol. The Clorox Co. in Oakland, California manufactures it. When we analyze the chosen name of this product, we have an insight into the inherent properties of this cleaning agent: Pine, which denotes the fresh outdoor smell of a pine forest, and Sol, the Latin word for sun which brings to mind clean, antiseptic properties, peculiar to Pine-Sol.

Pine-Sol, to all who have used this product in their myriad of cleaning projects, would be hard-pressed to disagree that this product is aptly named. For the budding chemist, the structure of this cleaning agent can be found in pictorial form at the back of this essay.

For those who are of a technical mind, Pine-Sol is a composition of (CH3)2CHOH (Isopropyl Alcohol), C6H5-C(CH3)2-OH (Dimethyl Carbinol) and C10H16 (Pine Oil Soap). Suffice it to say that these technical compounds add the punch to make Pine-Sol the unique cleaning agent that it is. As a brief aside, how could a product as user-friendly and pleasantly aromatic be composed of such dreadful sounding compounds, Isopropyl Alcohol, Dimethyl Carbinol, Pine Oil Soap. These ingredients sound much like something NASA would use to launch their rockets, certainly not something found under your kitchen or bathroom sink. Or perhaps the mathematical approach: Lets all clean our homes with good ole (CH3)2CHOH + C6H5-C(CH3)2-OH + C10H16. Thank God for pseudonyms- but I digress.

Let me take the liberty of having you accompany me on a Saturday morning, as I approach a household that has been somewhat neglected from the last week, (yes- this household being mine) when the process that I am about to relate was last repeated. My first encounter is the kitchen. As w…

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In T.H. Whites The Once and Future King, King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table did not achieve perfection. Merlin had given Arthur the idea of the round table so that he could expand, and build off of it. Arthur used the table to try and harness might to make it work for right. The problem with this is that it cannot be accomplished. By using might, you can only wipe out the bad parts of a system, and then you are left with just might. This is what King Arthur is left with and this is what eventually brings down the Round Table. Once the Knights of the Round Table had literally killed off all of the bad knights and everything was good and fair, they had nothing else to do. Knights have a given tendency to fight and if they have nothing good to fight for, they start to fight amongst themselves. This happens to the Knights of the Round Table. The knights started to kill each other, creating more feuds and more reasons to fight their fellow knights. Perfection and how the Knights of the Round Table did not achieve it are at the core of this novel. Arthur, how he was brought up and how his upbringing influenced his Round Table. Further to prove that the Table achieving perfection was not possible. This lack of perfection ultimately affects England in both negative and positive ways.

The definition of perfection is freedom from fault or defect, or an unsurpassable degree of accuracy or excellence (m-w.com). The Knights of the Round Table cannot achieve perfection because every human, including knights, have faults and defects. The only perfect being is God and he is the essence of perfection and cannot be surpassed. The Knights of the Round Table comes very close to the mark of perfection but cannot reach it. For when they reached the top of their excellency, the natural tendency to fight brought the knights crashing down upon each other. So forth they went with the King, those Knights of the Round Table. Was…

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