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    Temple Fork Outfitters Fly Rods TFO rods address a broad range of fly fishing situations with a wide product selection that balances high performance with reasonable cost. Developed by Temple Fork Outfitters with guidance from well-known fly fishing professionals, these rods address the needs of anglers with all levels of experience from beginners to experts. Temple Fork Outfitters fly rods are crafted from a variety of modern materials including graphite, carbon fiber, Kevlar and others in varying combinations, depending on the design and intended use of the rod. There are 19 series of rods offered by TFO – 9 fast action, 6 medium-fast action and 4 medium action. Each is designed to meet a different need or set of fishing circumstances or user requirements. At TFO, rod design is based on three factors – presentation, distance and lifting. Presentation involves accuracy and how the fly and leader land on the water. This can be all-important when fishing for trout in a gin-clear stream. Distance refers to how far you can deliver your offering, which in some situations can be critical. Lifting describes the rod’s lifting power when fighting a hooked fish, which is especially important for big fish. Each of the TFO product lines has a rating chart which shows the particular relative balance of these three factors for that line. This makes it easy for a buyer to “zero in” on a product based on the intended use of the rod. For example, the BVK Series is a fast action…

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    Copper Sulfate Lab

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    needs these separation techniques in order to have the separate substances. Dependent Variable: The masses of the materials and the mixture. This is measured by using the balance this is the best way of weighing the mass because this is the easiest way to measure mass. Controlled Variable: The original amounts of the mixture. This is the controlled variable because during the lab, the chemist is trying to obtain the original amounts of each of the materials. Materials: - Heating Plates -…

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    Ae 460 Lab

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    The first and foremost procedure for this lab is to be familiarized with the lab equipment. The principle components to be interacted in this lab is the work station, the wind tunnel, the AOA adjusting handle, the airfoil with tufts, and the wind tunnel frequency controller. Switch the control mode for the tunnel frequency controller to be LOC or local of local control would be used instead of remote control. Make sure that the tubes are connected in a way such that the air and pressure should…

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    Task 2 & 3: A. Pile the seaweed up on the tin lid supported on a tripod and begin heating with a strong Bunsen flame. It may have to be added a portion at a time during the heating, given the quantity to be reduced to ash. When all has been turned to ash, about a dessertspoonful of residue will remain. During the experiment we piled the seaweed into a tin container and placed it on top of a tri-pod which was placed over a Bunsen burner allowing the seaweed to burn and inevitably turn into ash so…

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    M1 Iodin Research Paper

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    P1 – Task 1, M1 – Task 2, M2 – Task 3 Iodine Extraction Equipment:  Goggles  Fume cupboard  2X 250cmᶾ beaker  Filter funnel  Filter paper  Separating funnel  Bunsen burner  Tripod  Gauze Method: 1. Set up the equipment with the Bunsen burner and tripod on the heatproof mat with the gauze on top of the tripod. 2. Add the seaweed to the tin lid and place on top of the gauze (try not to use any ‘pods’ of seaweed as they pop when heated which could be dangerous). Light the Bunsen burner and…

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    The average water volume calculated for the burette was 10.029 mL, which is 0.029 mL from the actual water volume of 10mL. Because, 0.029 mL was the smallest difference from the actual 10 mL, it is considered the most accurate piece of equipment. On the contrary, the least accurate instrument, the graduated cylinder, provided an average water volume of 9.672 mL, which is 0.328 mL from 10 mL, the largest difference presented from the three instrument…

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    Procedure: Why it is important: What equipment it is likely to relate to (examples): Knowledge of equipment Knowledge of the equipment in which is in the laboratory is very important, as the equipment in which needs any maintenance is then kept maintained. It is also important so you know the places in which equipment needs to go in and you know where to look for specific things. - Where the glassware is situated as it should all be grouped together to decrease chances of breakages or equipment…

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    In exercise 1, experiment A, the students will need a microscope slide, a coverslip, a compound microscope, carmine powder, distilled water, and a pipette. The students will begin by placing a drop of water on the microscope slide. Then they will add carmine powder onto the slide. Then they will place a coverslip on top of the solution. This will aid in mixing the solution. Then the students will observe the movement of the carmine particles on low power and high power. In exercise 1,…

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    Photosynthesis Lab Report

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    three times with sodium hydroxide (NaOH). Next, the buret was filled with 40 mL of sodium hydroxide solution and the buret was inserted into a secure buret clamp. Following this step, the level of NaOH was recorded. Next, NaOH was slowly added to one of the three flasks in Part B until one drop makes the yellow precipitate disappear. The yellow precipitate should disappear once 10.00 mL of NaOH has been added. Next, subtract the volume of the solution before adding the NaOH from the volume of…

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    Flask Synthesis Lab Report

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    The available solvents were ethyl acetate and hexanes. Two solvent composition were mixed and created to run the TLC analysis. The solvent of the ratio of 95% ethyl acetate and 5% hexanes and the solvent of the ratio of 95% hexanes and 5% ethyl acetate were created. The TLC analysis was tested to determine which one works the best. The first used composition was recorded. The corresponding TLC plate with circled spots was taped on the notebook. Two solvent systems were kept applying till a…

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