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SCI 207 WEEK 2 LAB 2 WATER QUALITY AND CONTAMINATION – NEW

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SCI 207 WEEK 2 LAB 2 WATER QUALITY AND CONTAMINATION - NEWLab 2 - Experiment 1: Effects of Groundwater ContaminationTable 1: Water Observations (Smell, Color, Etc.)BeakerObservations1To me this is just water, there is no smell.2As you pour the oil in the water the oil started to bubble at the top. When stirring the oil turned into smaller bubbles. It looks as if the oil has placed a thick line of film on the water3After pouring the vinegar in the water the only change I noticed was that the water seemed to be a shade darker when added it. The water looks like it is clouded some. Other than the smell a person would not be able to tell there has been something added to the water.4After pouring in the detergent the water begin to look cloudy and there is a thin layer of bubbles. 5The water turned a medium brown and it has small flakes of soil that hascircled around the top of the water. Smells like potting soil. 6The water and oil mixture seemed to have a “cleaner” look to the water; it had a light brown color. There was still a thin shiny film at the top of the water. 7The water/vinegar mix had a very light brown color to it but it looked cleaner than the other two. 8This one has still a light brown color but this seems to have a dark cloud/fog like texture. There also does not seem to have a smell to it. Hypothesis:If I put a mixture of potting soil and oil/vinegar/laundry detergent it will make four different types of dirty water.Post-Lab Questions:1. Restate your hypothesis. Was it confirmed or denied? How do you know?If I put a mixture of potting soil and oil/vinegar/laundry detergent it will make four different types of dirty water. Yes, the experiment did confirm my hypothesis since when I added the soil mixture in it did make four dirty types of filthy water.2. What affects did each of the contaminants have on the water in the experiment? Which contaminant seemed to have the most potent effect on the water?The effects of the contaminated water were that the mixture showed each water type to have a brown color to them. The water type that seemed to have both a surprising and potent effect was the water and soil mixture. I would have thought with using strictly water and potting soil the water turned the darkest brown out of all the other contaminants that I used for the mixture. The vinegar and soil mixture seemed to have cleaner look to them.3. On a larger scale, what type of affects would these contaminants have on a town’s water source and the people who drank the water?If people were to ingest this contaminated water they might get sick, have birth defects, have trouble having a child, may die, etc.

SCI 207 WEEK 2 LAB 2 WATER QUALITY AND CONTAMINATION – NEW

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SCI 207 WEEK 2 LAB 2 WATER QUALITY AND CONTAMINATION - NEWLab 2 - Experiment 1: Effects of Groundwater ContaminationTable 1: Water Observations (Smell, Color, Etc.)BeakerObservations1To me this is just water, there is no smell.2As you pour the oil in the water the oil started to bubble at the top. When stirring the oil turned into smaller bubbles. It looks as if the oil has placed a thick line of film on the water3After pouring the vinegar in the water the only change I noticed was that the water seemed to be a shade darker when added it. The water looks like it is clouded some. Other than the smell a person would not be able to tell there has been something added to the water.4After pouring in the detergent the water begin to look cloudy and there is a thin layer of bubbles. 5The water turned a medium brown and it has small flakes of soil that hascircled around the top of the water. Smells like potting soil. 6The water and oil mixture seemed to have a “cleaner” look to the water; it had a light brown color. There was still a thin shiny film at the top of the water. 7The water/vinegar mix had a very light brown color to it but it looked cleaner than the other two. 8This one has still a light brown color but this seems to have a dark cloud/fog like texture. There also does not seem to have a smell to it. Hypothesis:If I put a mixture of potting soil and oil/vinegar/laundry detergent it will make four different types of dirty water.Post-Lab Questions:1. Restate your hypothesis. Was it confirmed or denied? How do you know?If I put a mixture of potting soil and oil/vinegar/laundry detergent it will make four different types of dirty water. Yes, the experiment did confirm my hypothesis since when I added the soil mixture in it did make four dirty types of filthy water.2. What affects did each of the contaminants have on the water in the experiment? Which contaminant seemed to have the most potent effect on the water?The effects of the contaminated water were that the mixture showed each water type to have a brown color to them. The water type that seemed to have both a surprising and potent effect was the water and soil mixture. I would have thought with using strictly water and potting soil the water turned the darkest brown out of all the other contaminants that I used for the mixture. The vinegar and soil mixture seemed to have cleaner look to them.3. On a larger scale, what type of affects would these contaminants have on a town’s water source and the people who drank the water?If people were to ingest this contaminated water they might get sick, have birth defects, have trouble having a child, may die, etc.

SCI 207 WEEK 2 LAB 2 WATER QUALITY AND CONTAMINATION – NEW

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SCI 207 WEEK 2 LAB 2 WATER QUALITY AND CONTAMINATION - NEWLab 2 - Experiment 1: Effects of Groundwater ContaminationTable 1: Water Observations (Smell, Color, Etc.)BeakerObservations1To me this is just water, there is no smell.2As you pour the oil in the water the oil started to bubble at the top. When stirring the oil turned into smaller bubbles. It looks as if the oil has placed a thick line of film on the water3After pouring the vinegar in the water the only change I noticed was that the water seemed to be a shade darker when added it. The water looks like it is clouded some. Other than the smell a person would not be able to tell there has been something added to the water.4After pouring in the detergent the water begin to look cloudy and there is a thin layer of bubbles. 5The water turned a medium brown and it has small flakes of soil that hascircled around the top of the water. Smells like potting soil. 6The water and oil mixture seemed to have a “cleaner” look to the water; it had a light brown color. There was still a thin shiny film at the top of the water. 7The water/vinegar mix had a very light brown color to it but it looked cleaner than the other two. 8This one has still a light brown color but this seems to have a dark cloud/fog like texture. There also does not seem to have a smell to it. Hypothesis:If I put a mixture of potting soil and oil/vinegar/laundry detergent it will make four different types of dirty water.Post-Lab Questions:1. Restate your hypothesis. Was it confirmed or denied? How do you know?If I put a mixture of potting soil and oil/vinegar/laundry detergent it will make four different types of dirty water. Yes, the experiment did confirm my hypothesis since when I added the soil mixture in it did make four dirty types of filthy water.2. What affects did each of the contaminants have on the water in the experiment? Which contaminant seemed to have the most potent effect on the water?The effects of the contaminated water were that the mixture showed each water type to have a brown color to them. The water type that seemed to have both a surprising and potent effect was the water and soil mixture. I would have thought with using strictly water and potting soil the water turned the darkest brown out of all the other contaminants that I used for the mixture. The vinegar and soil mixture seemed to have cleaner look to them.3. On a larger scale, what type of affects would these contaminants have on a town’s water source and the people who drank the water?If people were to ingest this contaminated water they might get sick, have birth defects, have trouble having a child, may die, etc.