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  • Warranty

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    In contract law, a warranty has various meanings but generally means a guarantee or promise which provides assurance by one party to the other party that specific facts or conditions are true or will happen. This factual guarantee may be enforced regardless of materialitywhich allows for a legal remedy if that promise is not true or followed. Although a warranty is in its simplest form an element of a contract, some warranties run with a product so that a manufacturer makes the warranty to a consumer with which the manufacturer has no direct contractual relationship. A warranty may be express or implied, depending on whether the warranty is explicitly provided (typically written) and the jurisdiction. Warranties may also state that a particular fact is true at one point in time or that the fact will continue into the future (a "continuing warranty).

  • Sitz bath

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    A sitz bath or hip bath is a bath in which a person sits in water up to the hips. It is used to relieve discomfort and pain in the lower part of the body, for example, due to hemorrhoids (piles), anal fissures, perianal fistulas, rectal surgery, an episiotomy, uterine cramps, inflammatory bowel disease, pilonidal cysts and infections of the bladder, prostate or vagina. It works by keeping the affected area clean and increasing the flow of blood to it. Such hip baths were originally a European custom, although modern sitz baths are used mainly for therapeutic purposes. The term sitz bath is derived from the German word Sitzbad, meaning a bath (Bad) in which one sits (sitzen).

  • List of commonly available chemicals

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    Many chemicals are commonly available in pure form. Others are available as reagents - inexpensive, convenient sources of chemicals with a bit of processing. This is convenient for both amateur and professional chemistry work. Common reagents include: Metal oxides and carbonates (widely used in pottery) Organic acids (used for home brewing) Solvents and acids (used in cleaning materials and other hardware applications) Photographic chemicals, such as silver nitrate Single-chemical fertilizers, such as potassium nitrate (used in agricultural supply) Chlorinating agents, such as calcium hypochlorite (used in swimming pool and water purification) Mordants, such as potassium dichromate (used in arts and crafts)Details on the constituent chemicals of various household products can be found on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Household Products Index.

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