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    Discovering the Mystery of Eleven Test Tubes Karen Radakovich Ph.D. Mohammad Farhad Brittany Cina CH 223‚ Spring 08 Abstract: Eleven mystery test tubes labeled from K-1 to K-11 contained: 6M H2SO4‚ 6M NH3‚ 6M HCl‚ 6M NaOH‚ 1M NaCl‚ 1M Fe(NO3)3‚ 1M NiSO4‚ 1M AgNO3‚ 1M KSCN‚ 1M Ba(NO3)2‚ 1M Cu(NO3)2 respectively. The contents of the test tubes were determined by chemical experiments. Solution K-1 contained NiSO4 because when solution K-9‚ ammonia which was identified by its pungent odor

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    10 Test Tube Mystery Introduction: The students were handed 10 test tubes with no identification. The students were supposed to design a method in determining what chemical was in each test tube. The list of chemicals is CuSO4‚ NH4Cl‚ NaOH‚ AgNO3‚ KI‚ H2SO4‚ NaBr‚ CaCl2‚ HCl‚ and Pb(NO3)2. The students are expected to determine the chemicals using physical properties‚ litmus paper‚ solubility‚ and the process of elimination. Physical properties‚ such as the color‚ can be determined by sight. Litmus

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    copper and silver nitrate. Materials Copper wire stirring rod 18 x 150 mm test tube silver nitrate‚ AgNO3 50 mL graduated cylinder distilled water 100 mL or 250 mL beaker Procedure Day 1 1. Obtain a 30 cm length of bare copper wire‚ stirring rod‚ and 18 x 150 mm test tube. Coil the copper wire by wrapping it around a glass-stirring rod. Stretch the coiled wire until it is about 2 cm longer than the test tube. Leave wire tightly coiled near one end and stretched out and straighten toward

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    Answer the questions below. When you are finished‚ submit this assignment to your teacher by the due date for full credit. (2 points) |Score | | | 1. List the pH levels you recorded for each test tube. Answer: |Test Tube |pH Level | |1 | | |2 | | |3 | | |4

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    weighing paper digital scales rubber tubing (hose) acetic anhydride filter paper Mel-temp apparatus 10- mL graduated cylinder large test tube medicine dropper | Compound | FW (g/mol) | MP (BP) | density | Hazards | | Acetanilide | 135.17 | 114 ºC | ---

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    how they function in physiological systems Materials: O.1 M CuSO4 * 10% skim milk mixture 3 M HAc 0.2 M K2Cr2O7 0.04 M AgNO3 0.02 M K2Cr2O7 * 1% Gelatin 0.01 M AgNO3 5 Test tubes Dialysis bag Observations: Part I. |Test Tube Number |CuSO4 Solution |Skim Milk |3 M HAc | |1 |4 mL | |

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    Test-Tube Burgers” One summer when taking a trip to a friends country house for a weekend I took on the challenge of being a vegetarian. My friend‚ an only child‚ had been raised a vegetarian by parents who were also vegetarians; never once in his life had he eaten meat. Although the family was tolerant of whatever I did‚ I decided this was an opportunity to try it for myself and see what it would be. At the end of the few days I found it quite easy‚ although in reality I did not consume nearly

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    Recently a scientist by the name of Mark Post helped create a “test tube” beef burger. The burger was grown in a solution of nutrients and cost about 330‚000 dollars to make. The burger was created by taking muscle cells from a cow and growing them into tissue. The meat had to be dyed to make it look like real beef. The meat contains no fat and is disease free. The meat was made in the Netherlands at Maastricht University. It was served to two volunteers and was flavored with egg powder and bread

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    2.MATERIALS and METHODS 2.1. Nature of Reactants 2.1.1 We placed 3mL of 3 M HCl into each of 3 seperate test tubes. Next we added mossy zinc to the first test tubes‚ Sn granules to the second and Cu filings to the third and compared the rates of evolution of hydrogen gas in each test tube. 2.1.2. We mixed 3mL of 0.02 M KMnO4 and 2mL of 3 M H2SO4 in a test tube and stirred using a glass rod. Next‚ we divided the solution into two. We added 2mL of 0.03 M Na2C2O4 solution to the first half and

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    Test-Tube Babies Analysis

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    Cynthia Katasi Professor Stagnaro 09/27/2012 In Vitro fertilization: Analysis of Ruth Hubbard’s Article. “Test-Tube Babies: Solution or Problem?” Ruth Hubbard’s “Test-Tube Babies: Solution or Problem?” first appeared in Technology Review in 1980. Hubbard addressed her audience with an initial objective tone‚ revealing the built up to her credibility on the issue of in vitro fertilization. Hubbard having specialized in biochemistry of vision and women’s health enforces the sense in the reader

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