• Yr 11 GCSE Science 2013
    Preparing students for exams Exams  Biology B2, Chemistry C2 and Physics P2 papers for pupils studying Additional Science  Biology B2 and B3, Chemistry C2 and C3 and Physics P2 and P3 for pupils following the triple science course.  All exams 1hr and contribute 25% each  The controlled...
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  • Narcotics Control
    control of narcotics in the US. America Must Continue the War on Drugs, Barry McCaffrey. The focus of this document was based on how narcotics have influenced the US over the course of history, not just the present. The author describes how drugs have been affecting society for many years in different ways...
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  • Policies and Procedures for Health Care
    2012 Week 3 Assignment Identify the regulations concerning venipuncture, drug administration, and IV medication and how these standards in your field. The number one regulation and has been for years when dealing with drug administration is patient identification. At least two patient identifiers...
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  • Jhemjhem
    CAMACHILES NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Camachiles Resettlement Phase 2, Mabalacat, Pampanga A RESEARCH PAPER ON SMOKING ADDICTION (in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in English 4) November 9, 2010 Submitted by: Reycel M. Parillos IV- Graciousness Submitted to: Mr. Nathaniel...
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  • Biology - Advanced Subsidiary - Unit 1 - Lifestyle, Transport, Genes and Health
    Advanced Subsidiary Unit 1: Lifestyle, Transport, Genes and Health Monday 14 May 2012 – Morning Time: 1 hour 30 minutes You must have: Ruler Paper Reference 6BI01/01 Total Marks Instructions Use black ink or ball-point pen. Fill in the boxes at the top of this page with your name, centre...
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  • Aspirin
    Molecular Weight: 180.15 g/mol Reaction: Procedure for Synthesis of Acetylsalicylic Acid (Aspirin): 1) Add 138mg of salicylic acid, a boiling chip, and one small drop of 85% phosphoric acid to a reaction tube, followed by 0.3mL of acetic anhydride 2) Mix...
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  • Chemisry
    written  papers  (Paper  1  and  2)  and  one  practical  paper (Paper 3, Teacher Assessment Scheme).      Paper 1  (3 hours, 40% of the Subject Mark)    1.  Section A  Short questions (Compulsory, 60% of the paper)    2.  Section B  Questions on practical chemistry (Compulsory, 20% of the paper)    3. ...
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  • Office Automation and Group Collaboration Software
    system which links the chemist’s notebook to automated synthesis in the Lab. The new Electronic Notebook was established in order to replace existing paper notebooks, making it possible for chemists across the globe to view and otherwise copy, duplicate, or build off experiments of others. The back end...
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  • Reaction Paper in Drugs
    REACTION ABOUT THE ARTICLE: “Addiction is a condition where the individual becomes permanently or temporarily becomes dependent on the substance consumed.” It’s a sad fact that drugs are being abused among people not only in our country but also it is practiced by others. Though our government...
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  • A Study of the Enzyme Gaba Transaminase
    Study of the Enzyme GABA-Transaminase to Design Inhibitory Drugs for the Treatment of Epilepsy By: Allison Elsey Class: Chem 4552 Date: April 22,2005 Presented to: Dr. Hobbs A Study of the Enzyme GABA-Transaminase to Design Inhibitory Drugs for the Treatment of Epilepsy Epilepsy is a neurological...
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  • Aspirin
    is to determine the rate constant for the hydrolysis of an ester that undergoes a quench reaction. The first order reaction depends on the concentration of a single reactant that may produce the rate of reaction. For aspirin hydrolysis experiment, this experiment is to determine the mechanism involved...
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  • Testing Site
    COURSE: BBH 143: “DRUGS, BEHAVIOR & HEALTH” CREDIT/SECTION: 3 credits / Section 101 SCHEDULED TIME: Wednesday: 6 to 8:40 pm TEXT: Inaba, Darrly S. and Cohen, William E.. “Uppers, Downers, All Arounders: Physical and Mental Effects of Psychoactive Drugs” (6th Edition). ...
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  • Exer2D
    non-prescription drug used is the aspirin. It is the most common leading pain killer that was first synthesized by Felix Hoffman in 1987. Aspirin, acetylsalicylic acid can reduce a fever and reduces swelling thus have an antipyretic properties as well as anti-inflammatory properties. Moreover, this drug is prescribed...
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  • Aspirin 2
    as aspirin, is a salicylate drug. Reverend Edward Stone from Chipping Norton (Oxfordshire, England) was the first to reveal that willow bark extracts can be used for medical purposes. He was able to 50 cases in 1973. It is one of the most intriguing and an all-purpose drug. Aspirin is an analgesic which...
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  • Antihistamines
    antihistamine is your answer would probably be yes seeing as these drugs are well known for their allergy relief. But there is more to know about antihistamine than the fact that they help resolve your allergy problems. As the paper goes on we will be taking a closer look into antihistamines, discovering...
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  • Mark Scheme
    standard level Specimen paper 1s, 2s and 3s For first examinations in 2009 CONTENTS Chemistry higher level paper 1 specimen paper Chemistry higher level paper 1 specimen markscheme Chemistry higher level paper 2 specimen paper Chemistry higher level paper 2 specimen markscheme Chemistry...
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  • Biology on Drug Abuse and Addiction
    Biology on Drug Abuse and Addiction Phillisha Baggett PS 231 G Bethune-Cookman University Ms. Vance November 3, 2012 Abstract This paper will discuss what drug abuse and addiction is. It also will discuss what effects that alcohol, marijuana, and heroin have on the body. Over the past...
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  • Enzymes
    Enzymes are the most important group of proteins that are produced by the living organisms that acts as a catalyst to bring about a specific biochemical reaction. Composition: Enzymes are composed of hundreds of amino-acids joined together and coiled upon them-selves to form a globular structure. The catalytic...
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  • Legalization of Marijuana
    values as medicine and its negative side as a drug with harmful some side effects. Legalizing marijuana therefore, has faced mixed reactions. Supporters of this move argue that its benefits outweigh the negative effects while people who campaign against drugs abuse strongly oppose the move (Shalala 1)....
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  • Human Physiology
     Analgesic Drugs and Aspirin Synthesis I. Introduction Part A: Aspirin Making Aspirin on my own! Analgesics are the most common type of drug used around the world as a painkiller. There are many over-the –counter medications that blocks pain signals that...
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