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  • Polyurethane Case Study

    Introduction 1.1 Polyurethane polyurethanes were first developed by Otto Bayer and coworkers in 1937. Shortly thereafter, Schollenberger and coworkers used formula modification to prepare elastomeric polyurethane products from Bayer's products that were like nylon or other engineering plastics in physical characteristics. PUs are widely used in coatings, flexible and rigid foams, elastomers, and composites. Reasons for the use of polyurethane coatings include: high performance characteristics…

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  • Modified Organo Nannoclay Case Study

    In this study, we use the modified organo nanoclay as a new sorbent for separation and preconcentration trace amounts of Au(III) in aqueous solutions. Nanoclay was modified with 5-(4'-dimethylamino benzyliden)-rhodanine. Modified nanoclay was used as a solid sorbent for separation and preconcentration trace amounts of Au(III) ions. The sorption of gold ions was quantitative in pH range of 2.0 to 6.0, whereas quantitative desorption occurs instantaneously with 6.0 mL of 1.0 mol L-1 Na2S2O3. The…

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  • Oxysterol Essay

    The role of oxysterols in human body and disease 1. Introduction Oxysterols are 27-carbon derivatives of cholesterol created by spontaneous or enzymatic oxidation (Figure 1, (Brown and Jessup, 2009)). The oxidation of cholesterol occurs either on the side chain or on the sterol core. Side chain oxidation generates, e.g., 24-hydroxycholesterol (24-HC), 25-hydroxycholesterol (25-HC) or 27-hydroxycholesterol (27-HC) while the core oxidation gives rise to ring oxysterols, mostly ring-B oxysterols,…

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  • 2-Aminobenzophenone Lab Report

    of solvent-free and green synthetic procedures, we decided to explore the use of tartaric acid catalyst for synthesis of polysubstituted quinolines via Friedlander condensation in high to excellent yields at 70 °C under solvent-free conditions. Initially the reaction between 2-aminobenzophenone (1.0 mmol) and dimedone (1.0 mmol), as the model reaction was examined in the presence varying amount of tartaric acid as catalyst and the results are presented in Table 1. The best result was achieved by…

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  • Nacl Test Lab Report

    Sterile Saline (0.9% w/v NaCl) Dissolve 9.0gm of NaCl in 1000ml water and dispense 9.0ml of the solution into 20ml test tubes. Autoclave the tubes as per the validated cycle and cool to room temperature. Sterile saline with polysorbate 80: Dissolve 9.0gm of NaCl in 1000ml water and add .5gm of tween 80 to the resulting saline solution, dispense 9.0 ml of the solution into a number of 20ml test tubes. Autoclave the tubes Preparation of Inoculums and its Standardization: 1) Take loop full of…

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  • Potato Catalase Lab Report

    the remaining catalase into a new medicine cup and heat it in the microwave. Repeat the above procedure 3 times using the heated enzyme to dip circles into and record data. Finally take the rest of the original catalase and add a drop of hydrochloric acid to it. Repeat the above procedure 3 times using the acidified enzyme to dip the circles into and record data. b) Take a test tube and place a…

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  • Steam Distillation Lab Report

    This lab used techniques in steam distillation to extract crude oil from cloves. The cloves were boiled in a round bottom flask and using a hydrodistillation apparatus, the crude oil was separated from the cloves and sent into a clean flask. This step was used to separate the essential oils from the cloves (Setzer, W., 2008). The distillate was poured into a separatory funnel and extracted three times with dichloromethane to extract the water. After being extracted three times, a fifth of the…

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  • Deodorannt Essay

    is initially odorless, it contains natural oils, called lipids that provide a growth medium for bacteria living on the skin. These bacteria interact with the lipids, converting them into compounds that have a characteristic sweaty odor. Isovaleric acid, for example, is one chemical compound that gives sweat its smell. There are two primary types of products used to control body odor. The first, deodorants, reduce body odor by killing the odor-causing bacteria. These…

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  • Analysis Of Sn1 Reaction

    The expression "SN1" is the abbreviation of "unimolecular nucleophilic substitution reaction", one of the most common reactions in organic chemistry. As a fundamental reaction type, the mechanism of SN1 reaction has long been clear to the researchers, and the rate of the reaction concluded from the mechanism is quite simple. According to the mechanism, the rate of an "ideal" SN1 reaction is only proportional to the concentration of the substrate, which can be expressed as the following formula:…

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  • Beta Carotene Lab Report

    Isolation of Chlorophyll and Beta-Carotene from Plant Leaves Yokoyama Yuri B1 (A0142349E) 1. Aim: a) To separate beta-carotene and chlorophyll via column chromatography. b) To analyse the contents of the plant extract as well as the separated beta-carotene and chlorophyll via thin layer chromatography (TLC) c) To analyse the absorption peaks of both beta-carotene and chlorophyll using UV-Vis spectroscopy 2. Results: Fig 1. UV-Vis spectroscopy results for S2 (Beta-Carotene extract) Wavelength at…

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