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    Persuasive Essay On Clams

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    Twenty kids one answer, who will figure it out. Everyone has been given the task to find the mystery mixture. At first they all had different clams. But now it is getting narrowed down. But there are some people that had different opinions. Everyone have been given water, a well tray, and a vial, along with other chemicals. I will explain how the class had gotten answer they did. And how they think it is right. The claim that will be explaining will be citric acid and baking soda. One of the…

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    If you are worried that the chemicals you use in your carpet cleaner could harm your family members, pets, or the environment, then you should choose green carpet cleaning alternatives. You can clean your rugs using natural methods and natural ingredients. Green carpet cleaning can be easily done with a little baking soda and some hot water. You can sprinkle baking soda on your rug instead of the expensive chemical laden powders you are currently using. The baking soda will neutralize odors so…

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    Upgrading their home's kitchen countertops is at the top of the dream to-do list for many homeowners. Not only does it considerably add to the value of a home, it also makes cooking and having guests over much more enjoyable. While many homeowners opt for granite or marble countertops, few materials have as many benefits as a lovely soapstone. Bella Stone Cincinnati offers some tips on how to maintain this gorgeous stone and add to its beauty for years to come. Soapstone countertops are…

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    Checking your car's battery is an extremely important part of car maintenance. If you keep your battery clean and running in tip top shape, it will last much longer. When checking your battery, you should look for problems like corrosion, dirt, cracks, and broken cables. It's important to be cautious when working on your car's battery. You should always make sure the engine is off and you are removing the battery and its cables correctly so that you don't cause harm to yourself or the battery.…

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    How To Pass A Hair Follicle Drug Test Used by employers, corporations, law enforcers, and even parents, hair drug testing is one of the growing methods for drug testing. With it, someone can be tested for drug use as far as 90 to 120 days ago. And unlike urinalysis, there’s no way to adulterate or dilute the hair samples to mislead the results. Now, you might be worried and asking: “How do I pass a hair drug test test!?” First off, know that this isn’t a fool-proof method, but many have had…

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    #27 Erick Roque The Exploding Lunch Bag Introduction “POP!” A balloon just blew up. But no, it was a plastic bag. But no one was there. So who blew it up? It turns out that it blew up by a mixture of vinegar, baking soda, and… WATER!!! What do you think, can you pop a bag with that mixture? Purpose The reason why I chose this experiment is because I have seen the reaction when both vinegar and baking soda go together… an explosion of vinegar. And if vinegar and baking soda can…

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    Yeast Lab

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    I. INTRODUCTION Did you know that yeast is the only substance that is asleep until you mix it with something in order to activate it? Well, many people may say, “No.” Well if we thought about it, what activates bread to rise? From experience as a young family baker, when yeast is added to the bread, you need to mix warm water and sugar. These ingredients once mixed together, create a reaction with each other because sugar is the key that helps expel the carbon dioxide that's needed. The purpose…

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    Based on the results of the control experiments, the interaction between the Calcium Chloride and phenol red are responsible for the high temperature change in the overall reaction. After doing a control experiment with Sodium Bicarbonate and phenol red and noticing that the temperature got colder, only one other chemical mixed with phenol red could be responsible for the warm temperature change that chemical being Calcium Chloride. There was a temperature change that was observed during the…

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    and a carbohydrate.(Lab Manual) By manipulating the CO₂ concentrations, it was able to see how it directly affected the production of one of the products of photosynthesis, oxygen. It was hypothesized that increasing the concentration of sodium bicarbonate which was represented by CO₂ in the experiment will increase the rate of photosynthesis which will be determined by measuring the rate of oxygen…

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    Leaf Disk Lab Report

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    Introduction: Leaf Disk float in water alone. When a solution consisting of a small amount of sodium bicarbonate is added to the water it causes the leaf disk to sink. As photosynthesis continues in the leaf disk it releases oxygen and causes the leaf disk to rise. While cellular respiration is occurring also the rate that the disk raise is an in implicit measurement of the net rate of photosynthesis. The independent variable in this lab is the solution and the light because it can be…

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