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  • Teaching Thinking By Peter Elbow's A Way Of Writing Processing At The Same Time

    The writing process is both complex and interesting at the same time. There are many ways to write and the process is different for everyone. In this essay, I will explain my found writing process and analyze my process alongside Peter Elbow’s Teaching Thinking by Teaching Writing, Alvarez’s Writing Matters, and Stafford’s A Way of Writing. My first step in writing begins with choosing the right location. Usually I choose my office or bedroom, but sometimes when I stick to a routine, I become distracted easier. Mixing up my area breaks the routine and helps alleviate all of the surrounding distractions. When choosing a location, I look for quiet, tranquil places where I can be alone. Places like my backyard or a secluded area at the park are perfect. The environment that I write in dictates most of my thoughts and feelings. Music is another crucial step in my writing process. Music has the ability to revive memories and enhance your imagination. Living at home with a brother, sister, and two dogs made my house as quiet as a night club. Listening to music while I wrote helped me focus on the task at hand. I listened to every genre of music that I could whether it was techno, rock, or even classical music. Expressing emotions is hard for me and music is the one thing that helps me vent. Writing is not a job for one single person. Others can help you find mistakes that you are blind to. Having a peer look at my paper gives me another view and helps me see what ideas I am…

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  • Integrative Solution-Oriented Social Work Approach

    The four practice frameworks that are used to develop the integrative Solution- Oriented Social Work approach are the strengths perspective, solution-focused therapy, narrative therapy, and the MRI approach (Greene & Lee, 2011). The first framework is known as the Strengths Perspective. The main point behind this perspective is that the clients already have the different skills and resources necessary to be able to handle their problems in a successful manner, but they are either not aware that…

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  • Iodine Clock Reaction

    Chemical kinetics are governed by the mathematics of systems of differential equations (Thermodynamics and Kinetics). This means that the rate of any chemical reaction is determined by the type, and amount, of reactants present. Note the rate of a reaction is how fast it occurs. Furthermore, such rate equations can either be distinctively linear or non-linear when graphed. Non-linear equations are supposedly more complex as they generally react to small changes within its parameters…

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  • Cesium-137 Effect On Half Life

    Along the lines of rate laws come half-lives. Such a common topic that comes to mind with half-lives is the decay of radioactive elements, or the time it takes for a certain sample of an element to reach half of its original size. For example, during the Chernobyl power plant incident in 1986, one of the most dangerous elements to begin its decay was Cesium-137 which has a half-life of 30 years. Therefore, people can’t move back to the area because of the deadly amounts of Cesium-137 still…

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  • Chemical Kinetic Essay

    deals with the rates of chemical processes. Any chemical process is considered to consist of number of one or more single-step step which are known as elementary reactions elementary processes or elementary steps. Elementary reactions may involve dissociation or isomerisation of a single reactant molecule, which is referred as unimolecular step. Also there may be a single collision between two molecules, which is referred as a bimolecular step. It should be noted that majority of the reactions…

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  • Molarity Lab Report

    The hypothesis was supported as the rate of reaction did increase as the concentration and the temperature increased. The concentration, or molarity, of the reactants increased in relation to time in the form M=1.1541e0.0016t. This is an accurate relationship as the volume remains the same as the number of molecules increase, thus the rate would increase exponentially as the molecules collide at a constant growth rate. This is also a reliable model as the R² value is 0.9697. The hypothesis that…

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  • Reaction Between Propanone And Sulfuric Acid

    The reaction between Propanone and iodine under acidic condition Aims To find the order of reaction with respect to propanone, iodine and sulfuric acid, thus proposing a rate equation. Find rate constant at various temperature and with the use of the Arrhenius equation, find the activation enthalpy of the reaction. General Method {For step by step guide of the experiment see preparation page} By using known concentration of aqueous iodine solution (0.000 moldm-3, 0.005 mol dm-3, 0.015…

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  • Pseudo-First-Order Kinetics Lab Report

    By using the pseudo first-order kinetics method, you are able to determine the rate law for the reaction between crystal violet and hydroxide ion. crystal violet hydroxide CV+ + OH- ————> CVOH Rate=k[CV+]m [OH-]n The objective for this experiment was to analyze the absorbance of the dyed molecule crystal violet using a colorimeter and the molar absorbance of the reactant. This data was used to calculate the concentration of…

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  • What Would You Say Is Your Greatest Talent Or Skill?

    As it turned out, MOOCs were a way for professors around the world to teach their classes online for free. Like most others, my thoughts on online education mostly revolved around second-rate scams and suspicious for-profit institutions (I’m looking at you, DeVry). However, curiosity got ahold of me, and I quickly signed up for several courses. As it turned out, these courses were structured similarly to college classes; they consisted of weekly video lectures and a forum for…

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  • Methyl Red Lab Report

    1000-1200 mg/g by the 0.15 dosage of nZVI. At the time removal efficiency is 70-72%. This degradation rate may be slower than the initial adsorption rate and hence the degradation rate achieved in the higher time scales are significantly lower than that of the initial time scales. As reaction proceeds, the azo bonds of the dye molecules are cleaved and hence a decrease in the concentration of dye and an apparent color removal was observed. Whereas the removal efficiency increases with increase…

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