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    Luminol Do Lab Report

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    (luminol) with H2O2 (hydrogen peroxide), causes it to become a liquid. Hydrogen peroxide and luminol are the two main parts of this chemical reaction. To produce a strong glow, a catalyst needs to be present. A catalyst is a substance that increases the rate of a reaction, without undergoing that reaction. When it is used in forensics, the catalyst is iron, found in hemoglobin, therefore accelerating a chemical reaction. Compounds react with the oxidizing agent, replacing nitrogen and hydrogen…

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    In this paper I will identify the reason why Jackson and Kara Erb will not receive a refund from the prior year, how their refund and taxes due were calculated, as well as why they were not subject to the alternate minimum tax (AMT). These aspects will be answered from information provide as well as from the scenario presented between a Tax Accountant Peggy Sue as she explains to her new clients Jackson and Kara Erb by utilizing the class textbook, lessons, and other reputable sources. Not until…

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    Stoichiometry

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    Stoichiometry is known as the quantitative relationship between various products and reactants in a chemical reaction. There are many ways one can stoichiometry in his/her advantage. If you start off with a known amount of reactant, stoichiometry can definitely be used to make a prediction to the amounts of the future product that will be formed. And in the other side, if you has a desired amount of product want, you can use stoichiometry to predict of on how much reactant you will need to…

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    Iodide Vs. Chloride

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    like mineral oxides (Fe(NO3), Cu(NO3)2). Microwave reaction involves selective absorption of microwave energy by polar molecules. The initial experiment with microwave energy would be using high dielectric solvents such as dimethyl sulfoxide. The rate of reaction is due to rapid superheating of polar…

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    Ref: Saunders N. 2000, Creative Chemistry You have seen that the Group 1 alkali metal elements increase in reactivity as you go down the group. Sodium is less reactive than potassium, which is less reactive than rubidium (which you weren’t allowed to observe directly!) Today, you will use displacement reactions to work out the order of reactivity of the Group 17 halogen elements using chlorine, bromine and iodine. Hypothesis: The higher on the periodic table the more reactive the element…

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    Heart Rate Exercise Essay

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    Abstract: Our experiment tests how body positions and body movements affect heart rate. We used 4 different subjects and 3 different trials including our control. For our hypothesis, we theorized that the more movements that a person does, the higher their heart rate will be. After doing this experiment, we found that the more movements and exercises your body does, the more increased your heart rate will become. There could be possible sources of error like any experiments, so this data is the…

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    The term invest itself is related to allocating money in the expectation to get some benefit in the future. In finance, this benefit can also be called a return. It may consist of capital gain and/or investment income, including interest, dividends, rental income etc. Generally, investment results in acquiring an asset. In case the asset is available at a price worth investing, usually it is expected either to appreciate in value, or to generate income. Normally investors expect higher returns…

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    Securitization Case Study

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    000, and the cds is 120 basis points, that means that A has to pay €1200 every year in order to be sure of the refund. The "premium" received or paid to exchange a CDS contract is equal to the "spread" (the differential yield between the Interbank rates). The CDS aims to transfer the credit exposure of fixed income products between the parties and is, therefore, a credit derivative contract. As anticipated, this is a kind of hedge insurance for the protection buyer. The benefit for the…

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    from $800 to $950, the yield to maturity rate drops by 19.7% (from 25% to 5.3%). Similarly, when the bond price increases and becomes equal to face value ($1000) giving the yield rate to be 0%, it normally happens…

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    Haines Research Paper

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    Paragraph 1 Compare and contrast the crystal structures and crystal chemistry of quartz, α-FePO4 and β-FePO4. Haines’ research paper studies the change that occurs in the FePO4 structure as it is studied from temperatures 294K to 1073K. A transition is noticed at 980K, when it’s tetrahedral α-quartz structure experiences high pressure levels, changing the structure to β-phase, a more dense octahedral structure. Cell parameters of FePO4 in α-phase increases in cell parameters and volume as…

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