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    3.11.2 Effects Of Ph

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    3.11.2. Effects of pH The pH is a very important parameter which controls the extent of photoassisted degradation. The effects of pH on degradation of CR were investigated using 15.0 mg of LDH; 1x10-5 M CR solution in the pH range of 4.0 to 11.0, adjusted by addition of either 0.1 M HCl or NaOH. The plot of C/C0 vs. irradiation time of aqueous CR is presented in Fig.12(B). The efficiency of photodegradation of aqueous CR was found to be higher in the acidic medium particularly at pH 4 (~99.7%)…

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    Gummy Bear Chemistry

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    gets mixed into the solvent. The solvent dissolves the solute. I created solutions by adding one tablespoon of the following solutes into one cup of water: baking soda, sugar, and salt. Baking soda is called sodium bicarbonate. It is a salt that is made of sodium and bicarbonate ions. Baking soda is a white power that can be used for cooking. Sugar is found naturally in plants. It is a carbohydrate that can be consumed. Sugar is formed when fructose and glucose join together. Salt is a…

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    Effect of Sodium Bicarbonate on Photosynthesis Introduction Photosynthesis forms carbon dioxide into oxygen, making it an essential for life. (2) The purpose of doing this lab was to find out how sodium bicarbonate concentrations effected the rate of photosynthesis. (1) In photosynthesis, CO2 (carbon dioxide) is a reactant. CO2 is also produced by sodium bicarbonate. (3) This makes the addition of sodium bicarbonate to prompt the process of photosynthesis. This should cause the reaction to…

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    Bath Bomb Research Paper

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    This bath bomb is small, mighty, and identical to the larger "The Sorting Hat" bath bomb that we stock. You can now enjoy a touch of luxury at a more affordable price! This almost white, ambiguous bath bomb causes bath water to change colour after a few moments. Each house has its own scent and special hidden colour as detailed below; Gryffindor, comes in a sweet, mixed spice fragrance with notes of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, orange and a hint of clove. This bath bomb hidden colour is red.…

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    international expansion and strategic alliances or partnerships with other firms. They reshaped company through acquisitions and had an annual organic growth rate of 3–4%. Church & Dwight pushed aggressively into consumer products outside of sodium bicarbonate-related products and into the international arena even in the early 2000s, and numerous changes were made in key personnel. They undergone a substantial transformation in the past decade largely as a result of three major acquisitions and…

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    classroom. The teacher has no choice but to fight them in an attempt to save the students. if the teacher were equipped with a fire extinguisher this would be a much more successful attempt. Fire extinguishers are officially filled with potassium bicarbonate and carbon dioxide (CO2), not immediately deadly, but harmful and disarming. According to the Bureau of land Management the symptoms of concentrated inhalation of CO2 are dizziness, heavy breathing, distorted vision, nausea, and in severe…

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    Antacid Lab Report

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    The active ingredients/chemical compound present in the involved antacids Medi-first, Gelusil, Acalak and Alka-Seltzer are listed respectively: calcium carbonate, aluminum hydroxide/magnesium hydroxide, calcium carbonate and sodium bicarbonate (provided in Table 2). The effectiveness of each antacid listed above was tested and calculated in the same manner. Phenolphthalein indicator was used because of its ability to express the pH range of the solution during the acidic (colorless) and…

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    Antacid Lab Report

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    The active ingredient/chemical compound present in the involved antacids Medi-first, Gelusil, Acalak and Alka-Seltzer are listed respectively: calcium carbonate, aluminum hydroxide/magnesium hydroxide, calcium carbonate and sodium bicarbonate [1]. The effectiveness of each antacid listed above was tested and calculated in the same manner. Phenolphthalein indicator was used because of its ability to express the pH range of the solution during the acidic (colorless) and basic (pink) phase…

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    for its physical characteristics. WD has light, tan color and a soft texture, resembling the wood of a pine tree. The density of it was also calculated and had a 20% error. Through the acetic acid test, PE mirrored the characteristics of sodium bicarbonate. They both create a large chemical reaction in which fizzing and bubbling occur. The Australians will get LF, MA, and WD through a density comparison, and PE through an acetic acid…

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    Baking Soda Rocket

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    Baking Soda and Vinegar Rockets Introduction: Baking soda and vinegar are both compounds that can go off at any moment when it is applied. We had to see what would happen is we added 10mL of vinegar in the canister and see what amount of baking soda could make the canister go the furthers. We found out that this whole turning baking soda and vinegar to a rocket was going to be a chemical change. The chemical name for baking soda is (NaHCO3) and the chemical name for vinegar is (CH3COOH) and both…

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