• Plant Cell Organelles and Their Functions, the Differences Between the Plant and Animal Cell
    organelle, that stores starch and is not found in all plant cells. It is usually found only in plants that are starchy in nature, like tubers and some fruits. These plastids are non-pigmented organelles that synthesize starch granules to convert into sugar, when the plant requires energy. Adenosine Triphosphate ...
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  • Redox
    experiment is to determine the % Fe in Ferrous{Fe(II)} form in a ferrous salt by redox titration against a strong oxidant, potassium permanganate. Sodium oxalate is used as a standard to standardize the solution of permanganate. Background Reactions that involve the transfer of electrons from one substance (the...
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  • Hun3226 Test 2 Notes
    Copper | Sources | Animal products (beef, salmon, light chicken), whole grains, bananas, nuts | Mushrooms, green vegetables, peanuts, legumes, citrus fruits, fortified cereals, breads, and grainsDark leafy greens – spinach (131 μg/d), enriched grains, soy beans (46 μg/d), lima beans (136 μg/d) | Animal...
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  • Let Me See Other Things
    Aim: To use ligands exchange reaction to evaluate the relative strenghth of different ligands in complex ions. Background Info (referenced): Hypothesis: Variables (dependent, independent, controlled) |Variables |Method ...
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  • Thesis
    EQUIPMENT DESIGN (LEC) JUNE 2013 Thesis Proposal | “Utilization of Musa acuminata (Cavendish Banana) Peel for the Production of Pection via Ammonium oxalate-Extraction” | BS Chemical Engineering | Añonuevo, Eula Mae Carla R. Fortuny, Emyl V. Falculan, Mae Florizel T. Leonen, Dianna Lyn T. ...
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  • Chemistry
    (reducing or increasing the number of electrons in them), thus turning it into a plasma, which contains charged particles: positive ions and negative electrons or ions. Ionization can be induced by other means, such as strong electromagnetic field applied with a laser or microwave generator, and is accompanied...
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  • Lab Report
    precipitate from the solution. Potassium oxalate is added to the FeC2O4 precipitate, which produces a slightly basic solution for the oxidation of the ferrous ion to the ferric ion, by hydroxide, H2O2. The following reaction takes place: H2O + HO2- +2Fe2+ 2Fe3+ + 3OH- The OH- ion concentration of the solution is...
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  • GUAVA
    Guava (Psidium Guajava) is a genus of about 100 species of tropical shrubs and small trees in the myrtle family Myrtaceae. It is native in Mexico, as well Central America, Northern America and parts of the Carribeanbut not cultivated throughout the tropics. In Tagalog , name bayabas are...
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  • Coordination Compound
    by negative ions while secondary valencies are satisfied by both negative and neutral ions. (In modern terminology, the primary valency corresponds to the oxidation number of the metal ion, whereas the secondary valency refers to the coordination number of the metal ion. (ii) A metal ion has a definite...
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  • Nootes
    in pH balance→ metabolic acidosis→ ketonuria is a process that begins when ketone bodies are excreted in the urine→ electrolytes are depleted as cat-ions are eliminated along with anionic ketones in an attempt to maintain electryolytic neutrality Insulin deficiency stimulates production of glucose from...
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  • Uric Acid
    are often used in herbal supplements, the roots may also be used. Uric acid: Manage high uric acid with nutrition tip #6 Antioxidant-rich foods Fruits and vegetables such as red bell peppers, tomatoes, blueberries, broccoli and grapes are rich sources of antioxidant vitamins. Antioxidants which are...
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  • The Feasibility of Guava
    The Feasibility of Guava [ Psidium Guajava L. ] and Rosemary [ Rosmarinus Officinalis ] Extract as an Air Freshener Arizza Rhen H. Sanguyo II – I Diamond Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements In Biology Marikina High School F Torres St. Concepcion I , Marikina City June...
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  • Diet
    tendency to react with - and dissolve - carbonate rocks and active metals, and neutralization of bases. Bases tend to taste bitter, precipitate metal ions from solution, and neutralize acids. Certain vegetable dyes change color with change in solution acidity, and these dyes have long been used to indicate...
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  • E3RDR
    Another part of the experiment was the oxidation of tartrate by hydrogen peroxide. And the last part was autocatalysis through the reaction of oxalate with permanganate. This experiment aims to study chemical kinetics using rates of reaction under different concentrations and temperatures, demonstrate...
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  • Marketing Plan
    Our company is carried out business in fruit plantation and our plantation is Guava fruit that are available in many species of guava like strawberry guava and one of the most gregarious of fruit trees, the guava, Psidium guajava L. We have decided to plant the guava according to the climate and environment...
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  • Guava Soap
    Introduction Guava is a tropical fruit, which is in very much like the shape of a pear, and has a yellow-green skin and white, yellow, or red/pink flesh. The guava tree belongs to the myrtle family Myrtaceae. The tree is natihve to Mexico, as well as Central America, Northern South America and parts...
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  • Chemical Kinetics Experimental Results
    Permanganate and Oxalate The over-all equation for the reaction between permanganate and oxalate is: 5 C2O42- + 16 H+ + 2 MnO4- 10 CO2 + 8 H2O + 2 Mn2+ The reason for using sulfuric acid is for the addition of H+ ions to the system. Moreover it is not good to use other acids with ions such as NO3-...
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  • Unit 3
    Polyatomic ions are ions formed from more than one type of atom. These ions are more complex but still have a (+) or (-) electrical charge. Examples: NH4+ (ammonium ion), OH- (hydroxide ion), NO3- (nitrate ion), SO4-2 (sulfate ion), PO4-3 (phosphate ion) Group 7 Groups 1 &2 -1 Charge Ions H2PO4-...
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  • Complete Nature
    or more and to confine the diet to fresh fruits which will disinfect the stomach and alimentary canal. If the body is overloaded with morbid matter, as in acute disease, a complete fast for a few days may be necessary for the elimination of toxins. Fruit juice may, however, be taken during a fast...
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  • Aloe Vera - Effect
    volume, osmolality, potassium, sodium, phosphate, calcium, magnesium, uric acid, citrate, tartrate, oxalate, Permissible Increment in calcium (PI in calcium), Permissible Increment in oxalate (PI in oxalate), Concentration product ratio of calcium phosphate (CPR of CaPO4) and the citrate per creatinine...
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