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An Experiment to Determine the Efficiency of Isopropanol as a Solution
An experiment was carried out to determine whether isopropanol (IPA) solution in water is a real or ideal solution. If the plot of solution volume of IPA and water versus the mole fraction of IPA in the solution (XIPA) was linear, then the solution would be classified as ideal. If the plot was not linear, IPA solution would...
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A Study on Copper as an Antimicrobial Solution
The antimicrobial properties of copper are documented in ancient
Egyptian medical texts written before 2200 B.C. Copper has been used for
hygienic and medical applications for thousands of years. Much of the
research going into antimicrobial surfaces has focused on inorganic
surfaces such as copper and silver. One of the ne...
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A Lab Report on Determining the Best Ionic Salts for Hand Warmers
Lab Write-Up This lab was done in order to determine which ionic salts would make the best hand warmer. For Part A and Part B of the procedure for this lab, please see lab notebook data sheet. In Part C, we determined the delta H values for various other ionic salts such as Ammonium Nitrate, Calcium Chloride, Sodium Acetat...
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A Lab Report on the Amount of Gas Required to Fully Inflate a Ziploc Bag
Lab Write-Up This lab was done in order to figure out the correct amount of gas that would be needed in order to inflate a Ziploc bag fully. During the experiment, we figured out the amounts of HCl and NaHCO3 that would be needed to inflate the bag and then added those amounts to a Ziploc bag to watch the reaction. Durin...
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The Importance and Application of Green Chemistry
OBJECTIVES To assist students to enhance their analytical and research skills and to help them in bolstering creativity and innovativeness. To make students aware about the Green Chemistry, it’s basic principles and its application especially in environmental context. To make students environmentally conscious and to ma...
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The Application of Chemistry in Limiting Environmental Hazards
Introduction What comes in your mind when you hear the word ‘chemistry’? Do you visualize the laboratory or does your mind starts picturizing all sorts of symbols and chemical reactions? Many of us feel that chemistry is only about balancing and naming organic compounds but if we just spare some hours of our precious time...
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An Experiment to Understand and Carry Out the Recrystallization Process in Order to Achieve a Pure Solid Compound
Recrystallization Part I – Purpose and Procedure The purpose of the experiment is to understand and carry out the recrystallization process in order to achieve a pure solid compound. Materials 10x100 mm reaction tube Pasteur pipette Electric sand bath Boiling stick Cork Ring stand with clamp Hirsch funn...
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Finding the Correct Reaction in an Experiment on Altering the Chemistry of Baking Soda Using Stoichiometry and Balancing Equation
Purpose The goal of this lab is for students to experimentally and scientifically determine which of the three reactions is correct. The goal would be completed by chemically alter the chemistry of baking soda (sodium bicarbonate). Students will need to use stoichiometry to determine which reaction is actually occurring in...
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An Experiment on How Extreme pH Conditions Affect the Production of CO2
Abstract: The objective of this experiment was to see how extreme pH conditions effect CO2 production. The pH values of 1 and 13 were chosen to be tested on two samples of 10g of germinating mung beans. The beans were soaked then rinsed to not destroy the plastic bottle that would be used as a container to measure CO2 prod...
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An Experiment on the Single Replacement Leading to the Copper Being the Precipitate
Materials Aluminum foil, stirring rod, filter paper, ring stand, tongs, CuSo, bunsen burner, electronic balance, striker, 400ml beaker, 1.0 mole of HCl, scoopula Procedure 1.Obtain a 400 ml beaker 2. Add 150 ml of tap water to the beaker and begin heating 3. Measure out about 5g of copper 2 sulfate, and record the exac...
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A Lab Experiment on Exothermic Reaction
Materials: Potato chips, matches, crucible, beaker, wire gauze, ring stand, ruler Procedures: 1. Measure the mass of a potato chip and record it in the data table. 2. Place the potato chip in an evaporating dish on the metal base of the ring stand. Position the ring and wire gauze so that they will be 10 cm above the to...
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A Single Replacement Experiment on Magnesium Reaction with Hydrochloric Acid
Materials: Magnesium, hydrochloric acid, copper wire, cork, test tube, ruler, water Procedures 1. Fill the bottom of the test tube with about 15 ml of hydrochloric acid 2. Then fill up the rest of the test tube with water 3. Measure the length of the magnesium strip 4. Using the copper wire, make something that will...
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A Lab Experiment on Single Replacement in Action on the Formation of Aluminum Chloride
In this lab, there were 3 elements, one in a compound, and another all by itself. In the experiment, the compound was copper chloride, and the single element is aluminum. In this lab, we had to measure many things to record any changes that occurred. The beaker that I used by itself was 122.23 grams. With about 100 ml of wa...
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The Differences Between Lithium and Alkaline Batteries
Lithium vs Alkaline Batteries From cars to remote controls to flashlights, batteries provide a reliable source of power for our portable electric appliances. These batteries come in different sizes from tiny watch batteries to immense car batteries, but size isn’t the only difference between different types of batteries. T...
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An Experiment to Determine the Ideal Ph for Enzymes
Introduction Background – Enzymes are proteins that operate as organic catalysts for biochemical reactions. They facilitate the reactions that occur in the body by lowering the activation energy required for reactions. One example of an enzyme is amylase, an enzyme that facilitates the hydrolysis of starch into its glucose...
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A Melting Point Lab: Determining the Melting Point of Pure Urea, Pure Cinnamic Acid and Mixtures of the Two
Melting Point Lab Part I – Purpose and Procedure The purpose of the lab is determine the melting point of samples of pure urea, pure cinnamic acid, and varying mixtures of the two. Procedure Melting Points of Pure Urea and Cinnamic Acid Crush a sample of both pure urea and cinnamic acid into powder using a metal...
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A Lab Experiment to Determine the Chemical Composition of Different Substances
Chemical Composition of Cells For our class’s second lab we experimented with various different substances to test their chemical composition. We were testing the substances for either proteins, Starch, monosaccharides, or lipids. For our first test was a test to find proteins. We filled several test tubes with 1cm of...
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The Importance of Fermentation Technology and Its Application in Yielding High Quality Biopharmaceuticals
Abstract With the recent boom in the global demand for biopharmaceuticals, the importance of fermentation technology in meeting this growing demand is now more important than ever. In this article, we discuss the applications of fermentation technology in yielding high quality biopharmaceuticals in a manner that is both...
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A Study of the Possible Benefits of Microbial Fuel Cells
Microbial fuel cells are the next energy revolution of the future, or are they? This article will summarize the basic facts of MFC’s and analyses their potential for prospective applications. Definition A microbial fuel cell (MFC) is a bio-electrochemical device that harnesses the power of respiring microbes to convert o...
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An Experiment on the Extraction of Polyphenols from Kola Nuts
Hypothesis If we increase the time that we are extracting polyphenols from kola nuts, then the amount of extracted polyphenols will increase up to a certain limit that is the amount of polyphenols in the kola nut sample. Procedure Extraction of polyphenols from kola nuts (adapted from Nyamien et al., 2014) Weigh ~250 m...
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An Analysis of a Case Against Antibacterial Soap
The Case Against Antibacterial Soap Companies use the term "antibacterial" as a marketing tool. It is
understood that many people view bacteria as bad things that need to be
killed, therefore any product that claims to be "antibacterial" is likely
to be purchased over a similar product that does not have bacteria kil...
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A Lab Report on Testing the Rates of Yeast Fermentation
Testing Rates of Yeast Fermentation Title Section The first part of the experiment was done on November 29th 2014 at approximately 7:00 pm. The second part of the experiment was done on November 12th 2014 at approximately 7:00 pm. The title of this lab is Testing Rates of Yeast Fermentation. Introduction The experimen...
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A Lab Report on the Quality and Quantity of Starch in Different Supplements
The first part of the lab was done on Tuesday October 7, 2014. The second part of the lab was done on Tuesday October 21, 2014. There are two parts to this lab: qualitative and quantitative. The purpose of the Quantitative experiment was to test unknown supplements for starch, protein or sugar. The purpose of the Qualitativ...
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An Experiment Determining the Effectiveness of Different Buffer Solutions
Aim: The aim of this lab is to investigate and measure the effectiveness of five buffer solutions made with combinations of ethanoic acid (CH3COOH), sodium ethanoate (NaCH3COO), ammonia (NH3), and ammonium chloride (NH4Cl), sodium hydroxide (NaOH), and hydrochloric acid (HCl) by creating titration curves for the following s...
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An Analysis of the Lab Experiment, determining the equilibrium constant Kc
The purpose of this lab is to experimentally determine the equilibrium constant, Kc, for the following chemical reaction: Fe3 (aq) SCN–(aq) FeSCN2 (aq) iron(III) thiocyanatethiocyanoiron(III) When Fe3 and SCN- are combined, equilibrium is established between these two ions and the FeSCN2 ion. In order to calcula...
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