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Chemistry Essay Examples

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An Analysis of an Experiment for Chemistry
EXPERIMENT 9: GROUP II CATIONS PURPOSE Numeric values are not the end all and be all of chemistry experiments. Qualitative observations are equally important as indicators of chemical change and the nature of the reactants participating in a chemical reaction. In this experiment, the focus was on qualitative analysis of t...
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A Discussion on the Importance of Chemistry
What would the world be like without chemistry? In some way it could be good and in others it would be bad. We would be without so many good and also bad things if we didnt have it and we cant leave either one out. I mean without chemistry we wouldnt be able to have such a good chemistry class, or such a good teacher. The b...
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A Research on Cellular Chemistry
Cellular Chemistry This paper discusses the chemistry of the human cell. (3 pages; 5 sources; MLA citation style) I Introduction The cells of the human body are complex structures that perform the chemical reactions necessary to sustain life. This paper briefly describes cell chemistry. II Discussion A...
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The Deep Fried World of Organic Chemistry
Chemistry is not my favorite subject. I think it seems funny to have a minor in chemistry when I don't even like chemistry, but it was sort of a package deal when I decided my biological science major. It not that I despise or hate chemistry, it's just that I have a ingrained fear of it. Chemistry is the only class that I'v...
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An Examination of the Chemistry in Everyday Life
YEAR 11 CHEMESTRY RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT Chemistry in Everyday Life TOPIC:- "Applications of Chemistry in Health and Hygiene" Throughout the centuries, there have been many benefits brought by
chemistry to our daily living. Two significant contributions made by
chemistry towards our lifes...
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Chiral and Organic Chemistry
Chiral is one of important thing we use in our daily bases. Chiral means something does not superimposable on its mirror images. Good example is our right and left hand, which is mirror image of each other and not superimposable. Chirality plays a key role in our daily life, chemical reaction and biological science. Many me...
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The Bio Chemical Processes in Nature
1. This cycling is defined as the movement and conversion of nutrients
from inorganic to organic by biochemical function in the ecosystem. Most
of all, the life body needs to survive and is made by sulfur,
phosphorous, carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, and nitrogen. Moreover, several
elements are required such as zinc, manganese,...
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Chemistry Laboratory Experiment for Density
The purpose of this lab was to find the density of different objects by
finding their mass and volumes. I believe that, if the mass increases,
then the density will increase. To investigate this hypothesis, my group
used a triple beam balance, a graduated cylinder, and a ******. We had
five samples. These included aluminum...
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Formal and Partial Changes in Chemistry
The concepts of formal charge and partial charge are useful to chemists when dealing with Lewis structures. Formal charge is the difference between valence electrons and the number of electrons assigned to an atom that shows if an atom is positive or negative. Partial charge is the affinity for electrons of bonded atoms tha...
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Physics and Chemistry of Plasma Molecules
In this paper, we present a critical review of essential data on the
physics and chemistry of low pressure glow discharges of GeH4 that are used
to deposit hydrogenated amorphous germanium films (a-Ge:H). Here, we
analyze the surface processes and reaction probabilities of molecules, ions
and radicals. Gas phase...
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Veterinary Diagnostic Methods: The Most Common Clinical Chemistry Tests
Of the diagnostic methods available to veterinarians, the clinical chemistry test has developed into a valuable aid for localizing pathologic conditions. This test is actually a collection of specially selected individual tests. With just a small amount of whole blood or serum, many body systems can be analyzed. Some of the...
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History of the Presidential Green Chemistry Awards, and the awarding of Dr. Mark Holtzapple
The Presidential Green Chemistry Awards-Dr. Mark Holtzapple In 1996, Mark Holtzapple of Texas A&M University received the Academic Award for the Green Chemistry challenge. This award was given to him for the development of a family of technologies that converts waste biomass into animal feed and industrial chemicals an...
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An Analysis of the Descriptive Chemistry Principles
Descriptive Chemistry is the aspect of chemistry that describes the sources, properties, and uses of specific elements and their compounds. Flux in a blast furnace, is the substance that causes mineral impurities in an ore to melt more readily. Slag is a light, easily melted, glasslike material formed in smelting process....
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An Introduction to the History of Chemistry
Chemistry
1. a) Bulk movement is the overall movement of a fluid. The molecules all move in the same direction. Diffusion however is the random movement of molecules which usually results in a fairly even distribution. In other words the movement is not guaranteed to move in one direction but the probability that it wi...
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A Look at How Chemistry Affects My Daily Life
How Chemistry affects my Daily Life
I get up in the morning and I breath in oxygen and I breath out carbon dioxide. I get in the shower and use water *. I use soap in the shower also. I dry the water off with air molecules. I dry my hair by using a hair dryer, which uses electricity. Electrical affects are caused by the pos...
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A Look at the Importance of the Knowledge of Chemistry to the Study of Biology
Why is knowledge of chemistry important to biology? Maier, Scott Advanced biology 10/7/99 Biology is the study of all living things and chemistry is the study of chemicals and their interactions. So, how are they related? Our bodies are made up of hundreds and hundreds of chemicals. We just don’t think...
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An Overview of the Chemistry Science and it's Use in the Daily Life
What would the world be like without chemistry? In some way it could be good and in others it would be bad. We would be without so many good and also bad things if we didn t have it and we can t leave either one out. I mean without chemistry we wouldn t be able to have such a good chemistry class, or such a good teacher. Th...
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A Study on Analytical Chemistry
Analytical Chemistry    Analytical Chemistry is the branch of chemistry principally concerned with determining the chemical composition of materials, which may be solids, liquids, gases, pure elements, compounds, or complex mixtures. In addition, chemical analysis can characterize materials but determining their molecula...
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The Different Ways to Examine Alchemy
Alchemy -The Predecessor of Modern Chemistry There are many ways to examine the subject of alchemy, including alchemy as a source of symbolism, psychology, and mysticism. It has also been an influence on the world view of various writers, artist, and musicians. The focus of this report is alchemy as a pre-chemistry, whi...
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A Poetic Description of Chemistry
Chemistry I am chemistry. I am mysterious and mature, malodorous, yet vivacious. I am a heaving search for answers to all kinds of interesting questions. I am extremely broad, that I overlap with all the other natural sciences. I am the fundamental unit of matter-the atom-only to be seen by the utmost effective microsco...
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An Analysis of the Chalk in Chemistry
`Chalk is an almost pure form of calcium carbonate, while limestone is more impure.  Both produce soils which are alkaline, pH ranging from about 7.4-8.5 and are colonised by a diverse range of lime-tolerant plant species (calcicoles).Another feature of downland, particularly chalk, is that the surface soil tends to be...
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The Development of Clinical Chemistry Test in Veterinary Medicine
Of the diagnostic methods available to veterinarians, the clinical chemistry test has developed into a valuable aid for localizing pathologic conditions. This test is actually a collection of specially selected individual tests. With just a small amount of whole blood or serum, many body systems can be analyzed. Some of...
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An Introduction on Chemistry and Organic Chemistry
Chemistry has been called the science of what things are. Its intent is the exploration of the nature of the materials that fabricate our physical environment, why they hold the different properties that depict them, how their atomic structure may be fathomed, and how they may be manipulated and changed. Although organic r...
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The Banking Concept of Education
 The Banking Concept of Education There is at least one time in everyone’s life in which they are able to reflect upon something in their past which oftentimes can prove to be helpful in the present of the future. In this case, I was asked to reflect upon a time where the banking concept of education had been used in...
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The Reasons Why Knowledge is a Chemistry Important to Biology
Why is knowledge of chemistry important to biology? Maier, Scott Advanced biology 10/7/99 Biology is the study of all living things and chemistry is the study of chemicals and their interactions. So, how are they related? Our bodies are made up of hundreds and hundreds of chemicals. We just don’t think of them like...
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