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Boiling

this essay is to explain the existing matter in solids, liquid and gaseous states applied to the concept cartoons which are then compared to a child’s conception of the following scientific investigations; sugar added to a cup of tea, when water is boiling, and the reasons behind condensation on the outside of a glass filled with water and ice cubes. I am then to compared the 'correct' answers to my child’s answers and explore where the child is coming from and why they believe their answer is correct...

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The Effect of Salt on Boiling Temperature of Water

EXPERIMENTAL SCIENCE PROJECTS:The Effect of Salt on the Boiling Temperature of Water(Initially prepared by a 4th Grade student)To quickly jump to a section below click on:INITIAL OBSERVATIONCooking instructions tell you to add salt to water before boiling it.PROJECT TITLEThe Effect of Salt on the Boiling Temperature of WaterPURPOSE OF THE PROJECTTo find out how table salt affects the boiling temperature of water.HYPOTHESISAdding table salt to boiling water will cause the water to boil at a higher temperature...

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Boiling Point Experiment

Organic Chemistry: CHP 225 Thomas Hsieh Experiment 2: Boiling Points o Date experiment was performed: September 16, 2011 o Objective: To determine the boiling point of organic compounds such as tert-butyl alcohol, sec-butyl alcohol, n-butyl alcohol, and an unknown. o Principle: Boiling point is the temperature at which gas and liquid phases coexist in equilibrium. At this temperature, the vaporization rate and the condensation rate are equal. The liquid and vapor reach a state of...

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How Table Salt Affects the Boiling Temperature of Water

get the boiling water's temperature to increase by adding table salt. The problem it is trying to explain is, how does table salt affect the boiling temperature of water? does it increase or decrease? or does it stay the same? Hypothesis After reading the lab instructions - but before starting the lab - record your best “educated guess” about what will happen in the experiment. What hypothesis can you generate about the effect of adding salt to water? Adding table salt to boiling water will...

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Koobideh Kabab

table spoon salt, two eggs, half of a tea spoon saffron, Sumac (a Persian spice), one pound of rice, any type of rice could be used but it is recommended to use either Basmati or Persian rice, a big pot, a small bowl, natural charcoal, skewers, hot boiling water, oil, drainer, and a barbeque set. After having all the necessary ingredients and tools, it is important to start with preparing the ingredients that go into the making of the Koobideh. As stated previously, two medium sized onions are needed...

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Investigation of How Changing the Volume of Water in a Container Affects Its Rate of Heat Loss

format and layout of my experiment: Plan: § Collect Equipment needed for investigation. § Boil the water using the kettle. § Fill the beaker with the correct volume of water, then immediately insert the thermometer into the beaker with the boiling water. Remembering for safety reasons do not sit down while doing the experiment. § Start the stop watch immediately not forgetting to record the starting temperature. Take a reading from the thermometer every 30seconds, remembering to record...

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Distillation of Alcoholic Beverages Distillation of Alcoholic Beverages

to purify a compound by separating it from its less-volatile component, especially differences in boiling point. To determine the boiling point for organic compounds is not as routinely done compared with the melting point, but it is equally important for purification process. Vapour pressure is exerted by liquids as a result of molecules leaving the surface of the liquid to become vapour. The boiling point is the temperature at which the vapour pressure of the liquid equals external, atmospheric...

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Beet Root Experiment

have to boil it, then it would become too hot, and some groups added ice into the water to cool it down. Also some groups may have started the 5minuites straight away when they placed the test tube with the distilled water into the water that was boiling, and some groups may have started the timer when the distilled water was at the accurate temperature of the measurement, meaning that the distilled water was boiled with a different period of time, effecting the absorbance of the cell membrane as...

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Kaymito Leaves

boil two-and-a-half cups of kaymito leaves on five cups distilled water. On third treatment, which served as positive control, was proven herbal gargle made from peppermint leaves. Add five teaspoon of peppermint leaves extract into five cups of boiling water. And for the fourth treatment, which served as the negative control, only consist of distilled water. BIBLIOGRAPHY http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Bato Balani Vol. 24 NO. 4...

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SCIN 131 Lab 02 Assignment

sorting out a mixture of liquids or vapor combination of two or more substances into fractions of desired purity by the removal of heat. In the video the professor said that distillation begins because the vapor of a boiling mixture can contain more components that have lower boiling points. For example, in the experiment when the vapor is condensed, it contained more of volatile components, which would make the original mixture contain lower volatile material (Thinkwell, 2012). (b) (2 pts) Describe...

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