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  • Sun Layers

    cause certain temperature changes based on the latitude of the incoming lights on to the earth 's surface. Radiation from the heat in the atmosphere helps the earth circulate air and water currents to regulate temperatures. The temperatures inside gas molecules create frictions when they are charged increasing the temperature. The energy of motion also known as Kinetic energy is what atoms have within the molecules that give them the ability to power up and move quickly, thus friction that heats…

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  • Effect Of Temperature On Enzyme Activity

    The temperature at which enzyme activity is most effective is approximately at 40℃. This result was expected as this trial temperature was closest to internal body temperature, 38℃, and as catalase is present in all body organs (T. Fouad, Antioxidants). Temperature affects chemical reactions by increasing the kinetic motion of molecules and changing the rate of collisions between them. In lower temperatures, kinetic motion is decreased and there are not enough collisions between the molecules…

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  • Temperature Of Hydrogen Peroxide Experiment

    In this figure (10°C trial), the two test tubes are clearly labeled with 1 and 7, test tube 1 contains the 1 cm³ liver and test tube 7 contains the 5 mL of hydrogen peroxide. these two test tubes are in a 250 mL beaker containing approximately 125 mL of tap water and ice. The thermometer was placed in test tube 7, which contains the hydrogen peroxide to measure the temperature of the solutions. The hydrogen peroxide was poured into the test tube containing to the liver and was observed.…

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  • Heckel Equation Of The Densification Of Faction

    a) Heckel equation In 1961, Heckel proposed the most widely used equation describing pharmaceutical powder behavior in compaction. It was initially used to study the densification of ceramics and its correlation with pressure. It a first order process where powder pores elimination rate is correlated to the number of pores present. The rate of volume reduction increases as the number of pores decrease. Heckel equation relates the density, pressure and the pore fraction of the powder [16],.…

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  • Importance Of Blender

    Introduction A blender generally consists of a plastic or glass pitcher that locks into a large base. Some of blenders are made of stainless steel. The lid of the pitcher has a seal that prevents the food or liquid from splashing out while the blender is in motion. The motor has varying speeds that turn either two or four sharp, stainless steel blades. The blades slice, crush and blend the contents of the pitcher..Blender is a must have kitchen equipment for nearly all families today, especially…

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  • Numerical Analysis: Initial And Boundary Conditions

    3.3.2. Initial and Boundary Conditions. The pipe is subject to atmospheric pressure Po at time zero this represented initial condition . Boundary condition represented as at the pipe inlet profiles, uniform pressure Pinlet and its value change with concentration of nanofluid [φ%] and inlet temperature T0 = 60 ºC can be measured for all experimental . On the pipe wall, the pressure was atmospheric pressure Po . Moreover, flow and thermal fields are assumed symmetrical with respect to…

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  • John Boyle's Constant Theory

    Gay-Lussac’s Law states that when volume is held constant, temperature and pressure are directly proportional. Gay-Lussac’s constant (G) can be defined as P=GTwhere pressure is in atm and temperature is in Kelvin. All three laws play a role in the ideal gas law, PV= nRT where P stands for…

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  • Advantages Of Coulter Counter Method

    Coulter Counter Method. Schematic Diagram Diagram 1: The basic setup of coulter counter method. Test tube containing conducting fluid placed in the beaker containing same conducting fluid. Orifice in the test tube connect the circuit. Electrodes are placed in beaker and test tube and voltage is applied. Vacuum is applied in the test tube to allow fluid movement from beaker to test tube. Counting circuit will calculate the amount of particle and pulse height analyser will measure the particle…

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  • Solid Solubility Lab Report

    sources at solid because it took time to sublime that solid and turn it into gaseous state for diffusion sources. The best efficient way is to use a gaseous diffusions sources. We got 2 candidates PH3 and POCl3. PH3 has a little quirk that escaping gas cannot be extinguished and exposure to fire may cause containers to rupture. This is a high temperature furnace which we will have a fire hazard so it would not wise to use PH¬3 in this. The best candidate will be POCl3 although it is an…

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  • Acceleration Lab Report

    used. Both techniques use Gas Chromatography, which is separating mixtures based on their distribution between a stationary liquid phase and moving gas phase (Saferstein, 2011). The Headspace Technique was developed in the 1980’s to aid in explaining the odor compounds found in the air surrounding objects such as plants, flowers and food (Headspace technology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, n.d.) Headspace analysis is the investigation of the components present in the gas, which is found…

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