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Experiment Essay Examples

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Observation Before and After a Chemical Experiment
Observations Before Experiment: Barium Hydroxide. Ba(OH2) . 8H2O - The barium hydroxide appeared to have a slight tint of blue giving it the appearance of an off white substance. - The substance needed to be crushed or grinded down into finer pieces to allow for better reaction with the ammonium thyocyanate, NH...
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The Controversies Surrounding the Migram Experiment in Psychology
The Milgram Experiment The Milgram experiment is one of Psychology’s most controversial experiments. The study examines to what extend individuals obey an authority figure, and how far they will go, even if they believe their actions are harming another individual. This experiment found that sixty-two percent of subjects t...
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Was the Stanford Prison Experiment Ethical?
Abstract This paper is about the Stanford prison experiment. If it was ethical or not considering the things that were done to these male college students? This paper focuses on background information on the Stanford Prison experiment. It also covers my options on if it was ethical and it was compared to the Stanley Mai...
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My Experiment's Findings about The Effect of Temperature in an Enzyme's Action
For my investigation, I plan to examine the effect temperature has on enzyme action involving the biological catalyst- diastase, and its substrate- starch. In lesson, I have conducted a preliminary experiment to give me an idea of what to expect and a chance to conduct the experiment before hand. From my preliminary work I...
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A Paper on the Experiment on Volume and Weight
Method 1) Take a "volume" measuring device, and fill it with the total amount of water, the bottle can hold. We then put the same, empty bottle into the container, in a way, that it sinks to the bottom of the akwarium. We can then measure the new height and multiply it by the volume of the liquid. This will c...
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A Simple Test on Carbohydrates
Carbohydrates are present in sugars, starch, acids, and in many other nutrients that consist elements of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. Having a ratio of 1: 2: 1 or written as CH20. A monosaccharide meaning monomer of sugar is a "simple" carbohydrate. Containing backbone of five carbon atoms that are present in rib...
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An Experiment on the Cliche "Action Speak Louder than Words"
Tested Clich: “ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS” I. Introduction: In this experiment the experimenters tried to determine if this clich is true, if people do actually learn better through observation than through words. They taught different children in different ways, some by action, and some by words, in order to dete...
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Short and Long Term Effects of a Psychological Experiment
One of the primary concerns a psychologist must address when preparing to carry out an experiment are the effects, both short and long term, of the experiment on the subjects. Some experiments positively affect the subjects and need not be debated, but those that have the possibility to create negative short or long-term ef...
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Experiments on the Big Impact of Different Situations on Human Behavior
Sometimes, people's behavior can be affected by different social situations. In the video, two different experiments showed how people act when put into different situations. In the first situation, students took part in a prison experiment. This experiment was called the Philips Embardo Experiments. In this experiment stu...
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An Analysis of the Most Controversial Experiment, the Milgram Experiment
The Milgram Experiment The Milgram experiment is one of Psychology’s most controversial experiments. The study examines to what extend individuals obey an authority figure, and how far they will go, even if they believe their actions are harming another individual. This experiment found that sixty-two percent of subjects...
521 words
1 page