• Igcse Chemistry Notes
    sections: Section 1: How will you be tested? This section will give you information about the different types of theory and practical examination Papers that are available. Section 2: What will be tested? This section describes the areas of knowledge, understanding and skills that you will be tested on...
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  • Synthesis of Aspirin
    Abstract: The purpose of this lab is to synthesise acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin) by creating a reaction between acetic anhydride and salicylic acid. This was be accomplished through the use of recrystallization. Acetic anhydride and salicylic acid are mixed together, and then acidified by the...
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  • Terrg
    result from a given reaction mechanism (and vice versa) (v) calculating an initial rate using concentration data [integrated forms of rate equations are not required] (h) (i) show understanding that the half-life of a first-order reaction is independent of concentration (ii) use the half-life of a...
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  • The Pigs of the 1930s
    /or an entire class meeting. It is the student’s responsibility to inform the instructor (& their group members) in advance if, due to an emergency, they will not be able to attend class on the day of their assigned presentation. Reaction Papers: (20%) Each “Reaction/Thought” subject or...
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  • cyberbullying
    that online teenage culture influences cyber bullying in several aspects; the decision to partake in it, reactions to it and beliefs and conceptions about it. For the purposes of Hypothesis A, the term ‘culture’ shall be understood as the online, teenage microculture. Whilst this microculture...
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  • Cambridge Syllabus for Chemistry
    an aqueous solution with nitric acid and aqueous silver nitrate); iodide (by reaction of an aqueous solution with nitric acid and aqueous lead(II) nitrate); nitrate (by reduction with aluminium and aqueous sodium hydroxide to ammonia and subsequent use of litmus paper) and sulfate (by reaction of...
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  • Stress
    Stress Paper November 08, 2005 We all know how stress feels and that stress can affect people differently but there are actually four different types of stress: survival, internally generated, environmental, fatigue and overwork. Survival stress generally involves a life-threatening...
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  • Consumer Behavior
    my reaction paper I will try to more or less clarify two points of view, give my own opinion about the topic in general and about two opposite sides. I will try to answer some questions like whether the violence on TV is harmful for younger generation or not? What impacts it has? What other...
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  • Organic Chemistry Non Major Course Outline
    class presentation). Students will be asked to write a term paper on a certain subject. Each student is free to choose one topic from the textbook to write about. 3- Homework Assignments Problem solving is essential to learning organic chemistry. Examples are worked out in each chapter to...
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  • Reaction Paper—Nonfiction
    Reaction Paper—Nonfiction ENG/125 August 29, 2012 Dr. Stripling Reaction Paper—Nonfiction When reading I came across some interesting non-fiction story and letter written by well known authors. They were all good but there was two that I had the most reaction to. When I came across these...
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  • Reaction to Non-Fiction
    bible school camp with friends and the lessons taught by the pastors. Also, movies about African Americans and church in the early and mid 1900’s were thought of during this reading. The purpose of this short story was geared toward understanding the importance of God in the writer’s life and...
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  • Science
    QUESTIONS QUESTION 1: 20 minutes (Taken from the DoE Physical Sciences Feb-March Paper 2 2009) The discovery of electrochemical cells has revolutionised our way of life. The diagram below represents an electrochemical cell. 1.1 Name the type of electrochemical cell that...
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  • the ultimate gift
     Reaction paper about the movie of “The Ultimate Gift” Submitted by: Grace S. Alimanggo BSCE-1 Submitted to: Mrs. Ronaliza cenal Reaction paper about the movie of “The Ultimate Gift” The story is all about Jason that has turned out to be such a self centered...
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  • The Cosmic Engine Research
    * Compare the views of Hubble and Friedman about the expansion of the universe: Edwin Hubble’s observation In 1929, Edwin Hubble announced that his observations of galaxies outside our own Milky Way showed that they were systematically moving away from us with a speed that was proportional to...
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  • Jhemjhem
    including how each component contribute to the silent killing. The various types of smoking and ways to help oneself to quit smoking are also reflected on this paper. With the aforementioned concepts, this research aims to enlighten the readers, especially the youth that life is too precious to lose...
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  • Nuclear Energy
    of uranium are packed into 12 or 14 foot tubes made of an alloy of the metal zirconium. About 50,000 zircalloy fuel rods make up the reaction core. To control a nuclear reaction control rods made of cadmium is used which absorbs neutrons. With the control rods in place in the core, a chain reaction...
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  • Discovering the Mystery of Eleven Test Tubes
    HCl, K-3 precipitated with K-4 but did nothing with K-6, which proves that K-4 is H2SO4 and K-6 is HCl. Introduction: 1Water has many unique chemical and physical properties. Water goes through various reactions and possesses unusual properties to sustain life on Earth. Water has the ability to...
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  • Biology Enzyme Lab
    test tubes in the water for about 2-3 minutes. Once the test tubes were heated up we then removed the stopper from the reaction chamber. Using the curved forceps, we carefully soaked 3 paper disks with the temperature-treated catalase and then placed them high on one wall of the reaction chamber. We...
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  • Essays
    differently Prof. Corrie and her sister think about war? How was the legend of Cernogratz proved true? What are the qualities of a happy man are as described in the poem”the character of happy life”? When and where was Pakistan Resolution passed? When and why was UNO formed? why...
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  • Ernest Rutherford Experiments
    rather than traditional kg. To achieve the standard at merit more securely the student could include the following:   Examples of nuclear reaction equations. More in-depth material especially in relation to fusion. © Crown 2011 Student 3 page 1: Low Merit What did we learn about atoms after the...
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