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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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  • Thermal Energy Research Paper

    All things are made of atoms that have constant movement, like five year olds on red bull. So these molecules and atoms make energy in the form of heat from their energy, similar to what your body does when it works out and you start to get hot. Therefore all matter has at least some thermal energy, no matter how small or minute it is. There is different types of energy but this essay is meant to inform readers of conduction, convection and radiation because they all deal with thermal energy.…

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  • Martin Luther King Rhetorical Analysis

    injustice as ?quicksand? and brotherhood as ?solid rock?. This gives great visual and physical representation to these non-physical terms. Quicksand is a symbol for an unstable existence. This is probably because it tends to conjure up thoughts of sinking or being sucked into the ground. The ground is indicative of strength and stability. Solid rock, which is in turn used with brotherhood, happens to be what the Earth?s crust is made of. So this ?solid rock? is the opposite and stands for…

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  • George Hall Case Study Essay

    depends upon the function of his gastrointestinal tract. Before Mr. Hall can eat solid foods again, a transition diet will be incorporated when gastrointestinal motility returns and there is an absence of gastrointestinal complaints. While utilizing the transition diet, tube feedings will be used with the addition of small portions of soft mechanical food that is easily digested until his digestive system can handle solid foods. Additionally, a colostomy bag will be used to collect intestinal…

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  • Water Conductivity Summary

    ability of water to pass an electrical current.” This makes sense as to why in the experiment, distilled must be poured on the powders. The source continues to explain that the conductivity of a substance is affected by inorganic solids being dissolved into water. Inorganic solids inside of water have a very low conductivity, so if a powder is tested and it has a very low conductivity, it…

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  • Synthesis Of Trans-Cinnomine Synthesis

    compound. In a syn-addition, the attach to the same side of the alkene. The reaction synthesis was completed by using a reflux system to produce to crude product, and a vacuum filter to yield a solid, crude product. Recrystallization of the solid product was performed, allowing the impurities of the solid to be removed while slowly crystallizing and the product. The melting point of the final recrystallized product was taken to compare and…

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  • Comparing Kinetic And Mechanical Waves

    A. WAVES Normally when energy is transferred from one place to another a disturbance is involved. Waves can travel through air, water, and solid materials. Mechanical and electromagnetic waves are the two types of waves. Medium is the material in which a wave travels. Mechanical Waves When a source of energy causes a medium to vibrate, a mechanical wave is formed. Mechanical waves require a medium to travel. There are two different types of mechanical waves: longitudinal and transverse waves.…

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  • Barium Sulfate Gravimetric Method

    1.0. Synopsis The objective of this experiment is to use the gravimetric method to determine the concentration of sulfate. Gravimetric analysis is a method used to determine the mass or concentration of a substance by measuring a change in mass. To determine the concentration of the sulfate, the precipitation of Barium sulfate is done first by adding the sulfate solution with hydrochloric acid, then heating while stirring it. Next is the washing and filtration of the Barium Sulfate precipitate,…

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  • History Of The Civil Rights Trial: An Unfair Trial

    accusations that they had been raped by the nine boys with no solid evidence. The trial was unfair because…

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  • Anion Test Lab Report

    According to Herman and Schafer, it is important to remember that precipitates are ionic solid products of a reaction and are formed when cations and anions intermix in an aqueous solution.3 Some reactions vary based on temperature or solute concentration. The determination of precipitates also come from solubility rules. According to Cooper…

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