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Acidic Hydrogen Atoms Essay Examples

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Molecular Structure of Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid
MOLECULAR STRUCTURE OF NUCLEIC ACIDS A Structure for Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid We wish to suggest a structure for the salt of deoxyribose nucleic acid(D.N.A.). This structure has novel features which are of considerable biologicalinterest. A structure for nucleic acid has already been proposed by Paulingand Corey (1). T...
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An Analysis of Organic Compounds in Carbon Atoms and Hydrogen Atoms
The are the simplest form of organic compounds. They are made up
of only Carbon atoms and Hydrogen atoms. All of the bonds are single and the
number of hydrogen atoms versus carbon atoms follows this formula: CnH2n 2 are all non-polar molecules so they aren't soluble in water. Here are
some more facts. -Referred to as &quo...
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The Discovery and Usage of Hydrogen
Hydrogen fuel cells were invented by Sir William Robert Grove. However, they were not put to use until the 1960s when General Electric established workable proton-exchange membrane cells used as power supplies in the Apollo and Gemini space missions. Now, many years later, there is concern within the U.S. government over th...
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A Description of the Several Ways of Packaging Hydrogen
Hydrogen can be "packaged" in several ways, as a fuel gas in a H2/02 powered engine or the newly devised solid state pellet of hydrogen isotopes that contains about the equivalent of 5000 cubic feet of hydrogen and is broken down and releases gas into the second chamber where it goes to the engine for use. There a...
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The Potential Markets for Non-Fossil Fuel Hydrogen
ANALYSIS The Potential Markets For Non-Fossil Fuel Hydrogen · Hydrogen, most of it produced from fossil fuels, is already widely used in the chemicals industry, notably in the manufacture of fertilizers and petrochemicals. It would therefore be possible to substitute NFFH in this market. However, the total that could be...
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An Analysis of Determining the Power of Hydrogen (pH) in a Given Substance
What is the pH of the substance? Controlled Comparison: During class, our instructor set up the same lab that we were doing with 2 solutions, both of which were known acidic or basic. He placed 2ml of the known acid into 2 different test tubes, and 2ml of the known acid into 2 different petri dishes. Then using forceps, he...
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An Introduction to the Analysis of Atoms
Hey kids! Today I'm going to introduce you to the world of atoms. Atoms are
little things that you or anybody else have ever seen. Make up things like trees,
cars, paper, even you. So let's shrink down to size and see what it's like.
We're going to into the Helium atom today. An atom is made of little things
called protons,...
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Understanding the Composition of Atoms and Molecules
There are only about 100 different kinds of atoms in the entire universe. Everything we see is made up of these 100 atoms in an unlimited number of combinations. They continuously vibrate, move and rotate. Even the atoms that make up the chairs that we sit in are moving around in class. Atoms can be in “different states of...
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A Critical Look at Water and the Water Molecule
Water is the most important substance in our evolution and our daily lives. Without water, life as we know it would not have been possible. This essay will examine the water molecule in order to ascertain how it brought about Earth's thriving ecosystem and how important it is to us today. Each water molecule consists of...
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The Importance of Water
The first thing water reminds us of is the clear liquid in our water bottles. However, water is more than a normal substance. Water is the beginning and the continual of life on earth. Because of its many unique properties, water was able to start life on our planet. The simple structure of H2O is the source of all water...
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A Description of Phosphates Which May Be Created by Substituting Some or All of the Hydrogen of a Phosphoric Acid by Metals
Phosphates may be created by substituting some or all of the hydrogen of a phosphoric acid by metals. Depending on the number of hydrogen atoms that are replaced, the resulting compound is described as a primary, secondary or tertiary phosphate. Primary and secondary phosphates contain hydrogen and are acid salt...
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The Discovery of the First Alkane as an Organic Compounds That Consist Entirely of Single-Bonded Carbon and Hydrogen Atoms
Alkanes The alkanes are the simplest form of organic compounds. They are made up of only Carbon atoms and Hydrogen atoms. All of the bonds are single and the number of hydrogen atoms versus carbon atoms follows this formula: CnH2n 2 Alkanes are all non-polar molecules so they aren't soluble in water. Here are some m...
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The Different Ways of Electronically Producing Hydrogen
i was angry at the "socialized world" when i wrote this......it's kinda funny now... he really liked it. he said it showed "original thoughts and opinions" .....i was just venting..... HYDROGEN: THE FUEL OF THE FUTURE By: Json Why are we as Americans so afraid to change? even if it is a change for the b...
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Saving the Earth by Making a Switch to Hydrogen Fuel
A new innovative technology has been foreseen in our future and will have the power to replace fossil fuels forever. By ending the use of fossil fuels, hydrogen use seems to promise the end of global warming, but how long will it be before the entire world will evolve into a hydrogen economy? As the most common element in...
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A Chemical Definition and Explanation of the Hydrogen Gas
Hydrogen Hydrogen 1H - ↑ H ↓ Li Periodic table - ← hydrogen → helium Appearance colorless gas Purple glow in its plasma state Spectral lines of hydrogen General properties Name, symbol, number hydrogen, H, 1 Pronunciation /ˈhaɪdrədʒən/ HY-drə-jən[1] Element category nonmetal...
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A Report on Hydrogen: The Unappreciated Fuel of the Future
Hydrogen the fuel of the futureWhy are we as Americans so afraid to change? even if it is a change for the better? theworld has been using oil coal and other petroleum products to power just about everythingthat moves for the last 150 years. yet most cars in the united states only get 10-20 miles agallon and even the "...
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An Analysis of Niels Bohr's Model of the Hydrogen Atom
Wild Bill's Wild Bohr Quiz Niels Bohr's model of the hydrogen atom, was the primary reason for the understanding of energy levels. Bohr was able to explain the bright line spectrum of hydrogen. Sparked by the recent discovery of the diffraction patterns, scientists believed electrons could be described as waves. Bohr hyp...
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The Characteristics of Hydrogen, the First Element on the Periodic Table
Hydrogen Hydrogen is the first element that can be found on the periodic table. It has only one electron and one energy level. Having only one proton and one electron causes it to be very light in weight. The British scientist Henry Cavendish is given credit with discovering hydrogen in 1766, but studies show that German-S...
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A Look at the Sources, Abundance and Uses of Hydrogen in Our Universe
Hydrogen: the most abundant element in the universe. Normally it has been considered to remain a non-metal at any range of temperatures and pressures. That is, until now. Recently this year, hydrogen was changed into a metallic substance, which could conduct electricity. An experiment conducted by William J. Nellis e...
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A Description of the Chemistry Experiment, Hydrogen Peroxide Decomposition
The catalysts available are: Manganese IV oxide (MnO2) Zinc oxide (ZnO) Lead IV oxide (PbO2) Aluminium oxide (Al2O3) Iron III oxide (Fe2O3) Copper II oxide (CuO) Copper III oxide (Cu2O) More specifically, it has been decided to investigate the change in time taken to fill a full test tube with oxygen in relat...
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The Natural Form and Composition of Hydrogen
         Hydrogen, symbol H, is reactive, colorless, odorless, and tasteless gaseous element. The atomic number of hydrogen is 1. The element is usually classed in group 1 of the periodic table.          Hydrogen was confused with other gases until the a British chemist demonstrated in 1766 that it was evolved by the actio...
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An Experiment: The Influence of Concentration of the Substrate Hydrogen on the Enzyme Catalase
INTRODUCTION The enzyme catalase speeds up the decomposition of Hydrogen Peroxide into water and oxygen as shown here, 2H2O2-------------------*2H2O O2. It is one of the fastest known enzymes and its turnover number is 6 million, which means the number of substrate molecules which one molecule of the enzyme turns to produ...
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An Overview of the Dawn of the Hydrogen Cars of the Future
Dawn of the Hydrogen Age Cars that go 5,000 miles between fill-ups, electric power plants you buy like appliances, a world with radically reduced pollution, and a better standard of living... Sounds like a sci-fi pipe dream - if it weren't for all these automobile and power companies spending billions to make it re...
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A Brief Analysis of the ph Unit
The Study of pH pH is the measure of H (a proton) a concentration of a solution. In order to understand pH, a scale has been designed, this scale ranges from 0 to 14. Anything from 0 to 6.99 is acidic, a substance that increases hydrogen ions concentration in a solution, such as lemon juice. If the scale ranges from 8...
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An Introduction to the Problem of Acid Rain
"Acid Rain," or more precisely acidic precipitation, is the term used to describe rainfall that has a pH level of less than 5.6--a pH of 7 being neutral. This form of air pollution is currently a subject of great controversy because of the damage it does tot he environment and property worldwide. For the last ten...
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