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    Sodium Hydrate Lab Report

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    The beginning of the lab contained a substantial amount of information detailing what chemical properties make up the structure of a salt hydrate. It provided essential knowledge proceeding to the successful completion of this lab such as the idea that hydrates are salt compounds which have formed weak bonds to water molecules that can easily be broken through the use of heat. With this information in mind, it was expected that a series of procedural guidelines following this information be used…

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    Case 2 45 y.o. African American male with an intussusception Brandi Weaver, PA-S Bethel University History of Present Illness On 8/3/2015 a 45 year old African American male presented to the ER with a chief compliant of diffuse abdominal pain and trouble having a bowel movement. The patient stated that he was experiencing rectal pain with bloody stools. He also complained of feeling his bowels pulling. The patient stated that he has lost roughly 40 pounds in the past month without trying to…

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    Melting Point Lab

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    Discussion The findings in this lab show that the melting point of Alum is 92.5 degrees Celsius. During the first trial a temperature of 91.0 degrees Celsius was recorded, but during the second trial a temperature of 93.0 degrees Celsius was found. Averaging the two temperatures gives a total around 92.0. The literature melting point of Alum is said to be 92.5 degrees Celsius and the data from similar studies, such as, Chemistry 103: Synthesis of Alum, together show that the results from the…

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    scans. Endoscopy. In this test the lining of the colon is examined with a flexible tube with a light and camera at the end. A biopsy. In this test a tissue sample is taken from your colon for examination. A barium enema. In this test a chalky fluid called barium is given as an enema. Then, X-rays of the bowel are taken. TREATMENT There is no cure for this condition, but the condition can be managed. Treatment depends on the child's age and the severity of the disease. It often…

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    came into existence and why it is arranged the way it is. He also looks deeply into the history and concepts of some interesting elements. In chapter 15 called “An Element of Madness,” he goes into an explanation about selenium, manganese, palladium, barium, and unununium. Pathological science is considered madness because of how the theory or conception can not be really proven wrong, but at the same time it is delusional. The chapter is named the way it is because the elements that are…

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    Barium X-Ray Your specialist may have you drink a fluid with barium in it before taking a X-beam. This X-beam gives an unmistakable outline of your upper digestive tract. The picture permits your specialist to see the area of your stomach. In the event that it is jutting through your…

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    On November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was Killed by Lee Harvey Oswald in Dallas Texas, dealey plaza from the sixth floor of an open window of the Texas school book depository building. As the presidential motorcade was driving down Dealey Plaza Oswald Fired three shots at the presidential motorcade injuring both President Kennedy and Governor John Connally. This paper is going to be about the assassination of JFK, and if Oswald killed jfk or not. because oswald was not identified as…

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    KUB Case Study

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    biliary calculi although the degree of concentration of the contrast and difficulty in separating the gallbladder from gas shadows leaves something to be desired. The gallbladder does contract somewhat following the fatty meal stimulus. Because of barium projected upon the gallbladder in part additional erect compression spot films are obtained. These fail to demonstrate calculi but with combination of GI series, the size and position of gallbladder,…

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    Introduction For the most part, the periodic table groups atoms together which are similar in structure and property. Groups or columns share similar electronic configurations, on which a variety of properties are based1. In the lab, the tested elements include those from Group 1, Group 2, Period 3, Period 4, Period 5, Period 6, and a series of metals (Calcium, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Tin, Zinc). Group 1 elements have one valence electron and are extremely reactive. Most of the time, compounds…

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    Uranium 235 Nuclear Power

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    release of kinetic energy and gamma radiation. The atoms that are usually used in the process of nuclear power are uranium 235 or plutonium 239. When a neutron with energy hits uranium 235, it becomes unstable and splits into two smaller nuclei such as barium and krypton whilst also releasing kinetic energy in the form of heat and also two or three neutrons that collide again with other atoms causing a chain reaction. This can be seen by the nuclear fission equation of uranium 235 . This chain…

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