Chemical reaction

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  • Chemical Reaction In Cooking Food

    Chemical Reaction A Chemical Reaction is when there is change from physical reaction to nuclear reaction. In chemical reaction, there is also a change of a chemical substance to another, which in that case is the change to one or more productions. It 's when a substance changes and when you combine chemicals or mix them, you 'll most likely create a new one, not always but most of the time it will. Cooking food always involves a chemical reaction. It could be from baking a cake by mixing the ingredients and making a new substance to something as big as a nuclear explosion. There are five types of chemical reactions; they 're Synthesis, Decomposition, Single Replacement, Double Replacement, and Combustion. These are the main reactants in chemical reactions overall. Note that not all reactions fit in uniquely into only one category. Wilbraham, Stanley, Matta, Waterman 2015, “Every minute of the day chemical reactions take place inside you and around you” and “after a meal, a series of chemicals reactions take place as your body digestes food”. We use chemical reactions everyday not just in a lab. You can easily predict products that are likely to form. When we cook, the reactions of the food react because of what you put and mix in the ingredients. Aerobic cellular, a reaction with oxygen. With rust, cleaning, medicine, making fire, and even when you breath, it 's everywhere around us at all times.…

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  • Lab Report: Classifying Chemical Reactions

    “Classifying Chemical Reactions - Lab Report” I - Introduction - Chemistry is the study of the composition, structure, properties and change of matter. In chemistry, chemical and physical changes are used to help scientists understand how different substances react given various circumstances. A chemical change is any change resulting in the formation of a new chemical substance(s). A physical property is any change that does not involve the chemical makeup of a substance at all. In total…

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  • Chemistry Experiment: The Purpose Of Chemical Reaction Experiment

    Chemical Reactions I Purpose The purpose of this experiment was to test and see how four different chemical reaction worked. The four different chemical reactions are formation, decomposition, single-replacement, and double-replacement. The hypothesis of this experiment was that in each of the different reactions something would happen to the reactant whether it be color, mass, temperature, or pressure. II Equipment For this experiment Late Nite lab was used. In Late Nite Lab the equipment…

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  • Factors Affecting Chemical Reaction

    The Rate of Chemical Reaction and the Factors Affecting Reaction Rates The purpose of these labs is to investigate and determine how three factors- concentration, temperature, and a catalyst- affect the rate of a chemical reaction. In the first lab, “Rate of Chemical Reaction,” 1 x 8-well micro strips were used to combine a potassium iodate solution and a sodium meta-bisulfite solution under different conditions; each trial was timed from the point of the first visible reaction until the last…

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  • Chemical Interactions: The Law Of Chemical Reaction: Carbon Dioxide

    Carbon Dioxide, is a natural occurring chemical compound that consists of one carbon atom and two oxygen atoms. On Earth carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere from respiration, combustion of coal or hydrocarbons, and respiration. However most of the carbon dioxide that is released into the atmosphere is removed by organisms that conduct photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is the processes in which organisms, such as, plants, algae and cyanobacteria (bacteria that obtain their energy from…

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  • The Law Of Chemical Reaction With Aqueous-Mineral Reactions

    Aqueous-Minerals Reactions: Chemical reactions involving aqueous species and mineral species are heterogeneous and slower compared to aqueous species reactions, thus modeled as rate dependent chemical reactions. This means that when mineral species (N_m ) are not is equilibrium with the aqueous species, the minerals can either dissolve or precipitate. As shown in equation R11 of an example of calcite dissolution/precipitation, a mineral species (Calcite) is involved in a reaction with only…

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  • Activation Energy In Chemical Reaction

    Energy needed for life comes from the breaking or forming of chemical bonds during chemical reactions. Energy is released in the formation of bonds and energy is also released when the bonds are broken, but in both energy is required to start the chemical reaction. This energy needed to start a chemical reaction, activation energy, comes from enzymes. Enzymes (almost always proteins) are organic catalysts that help speed up the rate of reactions and allow the reactants to get the most out of the…

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  • Chemical Reaction Essay

    OBSERVATIONS 1. What chemicals are harmful? 2. What chemicals are harmless? 3. What happens when you mix harmful and safe chemicals together? 4. What kind of chemicals are there? 5. What protections do you have to take while mixing chemicals? 6. Are there chemicals that are nonreactive? 7. What kind of reactions are there? 8. What container do you have to use while mixing chemicals? 9. What forms do chemicals come in? 10. What are the…

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  • Essay On The Effect Of Enzyme Concentration On Concentration And Pressure

    The Effects of Enzyme Concentration on Reaction Rates and Pressure Background - While conducting the Enzyme Lab, students used enzymes as catalysts in order to speed up the reaction processes involved in several tests. Enzymes are substances produced by living organisms that act as a catalyst, while a catalyst is a substance that increases the rate of the chemical reaction. Furthermore, varying amounts of pH and enzymes were added to the mixture in order to determine the substance’s rate of…

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  • Cofactor Research Paper

    Coffactors Abstact Chemical reaction are a part of every ones life there no dening it this fact. But is there a way to increase these reations and make processed like reasperation and metablolism faster. That is exactly what cofactors are beleived to do, increasing the rate of reaction. In this experirment lactase, ONPG, EDTA, and phosphate buffer are used to determine wether or not cofactors really increase the rate of chemical reation. To measure the reaction a spectrometer will be used.…

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