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    The transport of 90Sr , 137Cs and 60Co through disc ceramic -supported liquid membrane impregnated in P5 diluted in toluene was examined. The study of The mass transfer rate, expressed as permeability (P), focused on diffusion through the aqueous layer in the feed solution, the organic layer and the aqueous layer in the stripping solution. The aqueous feed solution speed Homogenizer (300-800 ml/min), carrier concentration…

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    Synthesis Lab Report

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    experiment, the competing enantioselective conversion (CEC) method was used to react an unknown secondary alcohol, which is either the R- or the S- enantiomer, with S-HBTM and R-HBTM separately. Thin-layer chromatography (TLC) was used to determine which reaction was faster. If the S-HBTM was faster, then the unknown secondary alcohol had the R configuration. If the R-HBTM was faster, then the unknown secondary alcohol had the S configuration. 1H NMR was used to determine the molecular structure…

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    Luminol Do Lab Report

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    a light producing chemical reaction, between many chemicals, and hemoglobin. It is a powdery compound made up of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen. Mixing C8H7N3O2 (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…

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    “With increasing degree of calcification, the concentration of NaOH increases. The relationship between the concentration of NaOH and the factors in the calcified red mud liquor is given by three Equations (16–18): N_NaOH=1.29(N_1 m_1-N_2 (m_2-N_NaOH/1.29) (16) m2 = m1+m1N3 (17) r = 1000/m2…

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    catalyst in which it speeds up reactions by lowering activation energy (Campbell 151,152). Activation energy is the energy that is required for a reaction to take place (Campbell 152). In the reactions there are substrates which are reactants that enzymes act on (Campbell 153). Enzymes bind to the substrates then creating an enzyme-substrate complex, and while the two are joined together the catalytic action of the enzyme changes the substrate to the product of the reaction (Campbell 153). An…

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    ABSTRACT: Enzymes are catalysts, speeding up of chemical reactions, of biological systems by lowering the activation energy (Transitioned from the AP Biology Lab Manual). In addition, in order to determine the rate of an enzymatic reaction, one must measure a change in the amount of at least one specific substrate or product over time. We were curious about determining the effects of pH and heat on enzymatic activity because these are factors that usually affect the shape of an enzyme. We…

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    illustrates the experimental rig used for the kinetic analysis of reactive flash volatilization (RFV) of acetol and guaiacol. The flow rates of oxygen and nitrogen gases were regulated using mass flow controllers (the type and serial number). Water, on the other hand, was delivered to an evaporator by a high-performance liquid chromatography pump (Agilent) at rates between 0.06 to 0.17 ml/min. The evaporator set at a temperature of 180C allowed to ensure water was in vapor form before entering…

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    Beta Vulgaris Experiment

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    solution influence the rate of diffusion of the red pigment betalain in Beta Vulgaris (Beetroot) measured using a colorimeter over a certain period? Hypothesis: A higher temperature of the surrounding water solution will cause the rate of diffusion of the red pigment in betalain in Beetroot to be faster. The reason for this hypothesis is because when in a higher temperature, betalain molecules will gain more kinetic energy and they will vibrate more thus causing the diffusing rate from the…

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    3.7. Equilibrium isotherms Langmuir isotherm proposed by Langmuir, (1918) with some limitations Dąbrowski, (2001) expressed as: (4) Where qm (mg g–1) is the maximum amount of the metal ion per unit weight of adsorbent, ‘qe’ is equilibrium adsorption capacity (mg g–1), ‘Ce’ is the equilibrium concentration of the adsorbate (mg L–1), and b is a constant which reveals the affinity of binding sites (L mg-1). From the plots between (Ce/qe ) and Ce the slope (1/qm ) and the intercept…

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    industries. With new frontiers in biotechnology, the spectrum of amylase application has expanded into many other fields such as clinical, medical and analytical chemistry. (Saranraj and Stella, 2013) As the temperature increases, so does the rate of reaction. A very high temperatures will denature enzymes. The enzyme activity gradually increases with temperature…

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