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  • Measuring Ph

    MEASURING pH Date of Lab: 02/09/13 Date Report submitted: 02/26/13 Purpose of the experiment By doing this experiment‚ we were trying to learn how to measure a pH with a pH meter to determine whether a solution is weakly‚ moderately or strongly acidic or basic; but also to compare the different data founded to see how the addition of certain liquid to a solution may affect the pH of the initial solution. Materials We used: * Tap water‚ distilled water‚ Soda and milk as the main

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  • Ph Scale

    The pH Scale is a scale made to show how acidic or alkaline a substance is. The pH of something is measured with pH paper which can vary from wide range paper‚ which covers all ph’s‚ but is not as accurate at some others. There are pH papers that get very specific that can have a range such as 2 or 3 and get much more precise. The neutral on the scale is 7. Anything that is below 7 is considered acidic and anything above 7 is considered alkaline. Acidic substances contain more H+ than OH-. H+

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  • Ph Paper

    Acids‚ Bases‚ and Buffers Introduction: The pH scale is used to determine how acidic or basic a solution is‚ ranging from 1-14. The most acidic of all acids are at a pH level of 1 and the most basic of all bases are at 14. The neutral pH level is 7‚ which is what drinking water is. The pH level is determined by the amount of H+ ions present in a solution‚ and the more H+ ions there are the more acidic it is‚ and the lack of these ions results in more basic solutions. One distinguishing feature

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  • PH Level

    Cesar Bizarroque Wesam Daker Bio 1107k-11 10/25/14 How pH levels impact tyrosinase activity Abstract: The purpose of our research utilizing the different pH levels was to test how a specific pH level would impact tyrosinase activity. First we added 4.0 mL of pH in each corresponding test tube and then added 0.5 mL of substrate (catechol) into each test tube. In the instructions it says to apply your 0.5 mL of tyrosinase (potato extract) as well but you have to blank the spectrophotometer before

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  • pH and its meaning

    pH pH means Power of Hydrogen or Potential of Hydrogen. pH is a scale of acidity from 0 to 14. It tells how acidic or alkaline a substance is. More acidic solutions have lower pH. More alkaline solutions have higher pH. Substances which are not acidic or alkaline i.e neutral usually have a pH of around 7. Acids have a pH less than 7. Alkalis have a pH greater than 7. There are a lot of ways for finding the pH of something. One way is to use litmus paper. The pH paper is able to tell how strong

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  • LAB PH

    PH at the UN Alfredo Vidal Ceballos 7/10/2014 Group Support Part 1: Solution Group Name and M. cons. Chem formula Type Experimental pH 1 Deidre Acetic Acid 0.1M HC2H3O2 Weak Acid 3.03 3.03 2 Acetic Acid 1M HC2H3O2 Weak Acid 2.59 2.54 3 Hydrochloric Acid 0.5M HClStrong Base 0.85 0.90 4 Jonah Nitric Acid 0.1M HNO3 Strong Acid 2.14 2.14 5 Sodium Acetate 1M NaC2H3O2 Weak Base 9.42 9.42 6 Potassium Dihydrogen Phosphate 0.1M KH2PO4 Weak Acid 5.47 5.47 7 Andy Potassium Hydrogen Phosphate 0

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  • PH Lab

    Lab Report: Purpose: The Objective of this lab was to learn how to measure the pH (or acidity) of commonly known fluids‚ using the correct tools and procedures. To then use that data to document the changes noticed when mixing those same fluids and changing their respective pH levels. Materials: In order to conduct this experiment several pieces of equipment and other materials were needed. The first item was a graduated cylinder‚ which was used in order to measure out the precise

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  • PH lab

    Question 1 Critique Dr. Honeydew’s report. Specifically‚ discuss what is missing and how the missing information should have been presented. First the PH measurements‚ Dr. honey dew does not explain how the PH device was calibrated or if the blood sample was added or mixed with anything prior to the measuring of the pH (like water‚ etc.). In regards to the absorption spectroscopy‚ the method by which the concentration was obtained is questionable. Was the concentration known before the experiment

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  • Ph Lab

    Effects of Temperature and pH on Enzyme Function Chelsie Mesa Section 0479 Robin Cotter Introduction The purpose of this experiment is to identify three unknown enzymes. This is done by using different temperature and pH to affect the function of the enzyme‚ which ultimately‚ will affect how much maltose is produced. Enzymes are proteins that help catalyze chemical reactions. In enzymatic reactions‚ the molecules at the beginning of the process are called substrates‚ and the enzyme

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  • pH Levels

    1 Lab Report Title: Measuring pH Levels Instructions: Enter the Virtual Lab‚ and conduct the experiments provided before going out into the virtual field for additional research. Please type your answers on this form. When your lab report is complete‚ submit it to the Submitted Assignments area of the Virtual Classroom. Part I: Answer the following questions while in the Phase 1 lab environment. Section 1: You will be testing 4 known solutions for pH levels using a standard wide-range

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