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  • Synthesis Of Aa-G-Poly Lab Report

    The synthesis of Aa-g-poly(MAA) involve the optimization of various reaction conditions like initiator concentration, monomer concentration, crosslinker concentration, solvent concentration and pH. After the optimization of various reaction parameters the replications were carried-out in triplicates for the reproducibility of the results and statistical of the results obtained. It was performed using the Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS) version 10. Statistical results of the…

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  • Buffers Lab Report

    buffer solutions to sustain the structure and activity of biological components such as DNA, RNA, proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids. Buffer solutions are remarkably resistant to pH changes and generally consist of a weak acid and its conjugate base or a weak base and its conjugate acid. In the laboratory, artificially made buffers are often used to help maintain a biological system at the proper pH. A laboratory buffer should be inert in the system being studied. For example, Tris buffer is…

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  • Research Paper On Hypothermia

    Merriam-Webster defines hypothermia as a condition in which the temperature of the body is very low. This condition is a medical emergency that occurs when the body loses more heat than what it is able to produce; hence, the body temperature decreases. The part of the brain called the hypothalamus is responsible for controlling body temperature; therefore, hypothermia is the result of the dysfunction of the hypothalamus. In order for a person to become hypothermic, their body temperature must be…

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  • Precipitation Reactions Lab Report

    Conclusion: The the precipitation reactions lab eight out of the fourteen occurring reactions were precipitates. A precipitate means that a solid substance was formed or a substance that is not aqueous was formed. The reactions that did not form a precipitate were DNR, which means that they did not react. At station one barium chloride and potassium nitrate did not react but barium chloride and silver nitrate reacted to form barium nitrate and silver chloride. The precipitate at station one was…

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  • Creating Chlorine In Swimming Pool Analysis

    Chlorine is a chemical added to swimming pools to keep the water free of bacteria and algae. Chlorine levels in swimming pools vary based on how much chlorine has already been used to remove bacteria and how much sunlight has broken down the chlorine molecules. This means that pool owners spend a lot of time testing and adjusting the levels of chlorine in their pools. To reduce the amount of time spent on pool maintenance, pool chemical manufacturer's created chlorine tablets. These tablets are…

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  • Gravimetric Analysis Of Calcium Carbonate

    Gravimetric Analysis of a Metal Carbonate Purpose The purpose of this lab is to find the mass of an unknown metal by conducting a double-displacement precipitation reaction, which is our gravimetric analysis. Once we find the precipitate mass, we can then find the molar mass by using the molar ratio given in the reaction equation. Procedure First, we set up the ring stand with a Bunsen burner, put a crucible on top of the pipe stem triangle and heated the crucible for a minute, then let it…

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  • The Bronsted-Lowry Theory

    Introduction: Many chemical compounds are broken down into two very distinct categories: acidic or basic. Acidic, based on the Bronsted-Lowry Theory, is defined as a proton (H+) donor. An equation exemplifying an acid dissolving in water is: HCl (g) H2O H+ (aq) + Cl- (aq) A base, based on the Bronsted-Lowry Theory, is defined as a proton (H+) acceptor. An equation exemplifying a base dissolving in water: NaOH (s) H2O Na+ (aq) + OH- (aq) Molarity, also known as the concentration…

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  • Lab Report Catalase

    For this catalase experiment it was decided that the group was to keep the concentration of catalase and hydrogen peroxide the same and only change the level of pH buffer throughout the experiments conducted. This was done to observe the effect different levels of pH buffers have on the breakdown of hydrogen peroxide and the volume of oxygen released. The results from the majority of experiments conducted reflect that though they are in consensus with the hypothesis that the volume of oxygen…

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  • Armadillidium Vulgare Lab Report

    The purpose of this experiment was to be able to identify certain substances that the Armadillidium vulgare is attracted to or would be likely to move towards. The substances were three different liquids and three different solids. Another purpose of the lab was to learn the characteristics of an Armadillidium vulgare also known as a pillbug (Mader, 2013). The main topic was based on whether the pillbug would be attracted to certain substances, and the reason they’re attracted to it. The pillbug…

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  • Betacyanin Pigments Lab Report

    Betacyanin pigments from beta vulgaris vacuoles were use in this experiment to determine the various effects of diffusion into its surrounding environment: 60%detergent, which is shown in the figures below. The four figures below are a set of data that were collected and analyzed the effects of time, salt concentration and ionic compositions on the rate of diffusion. Both figure one and two show a set of measurements between two different salt concentrations representing their absorbance versus…

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