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The Effect of Different Temperatures on the Growth Rate of Crystals

The purpose of this experiment was to see if different temperatures affect the growth rate of crystals The...

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Explain The Crystallochemical Relationship Between Structures And Temperature

have an understanding of the crystallochemical relationship between structures and temperature as having knowledge of it leads to a perfection in the structures formation. This is especially so as the structural parameters of FePO4 falls very closely to the values that are limited i.e. too high a pressure causing instability in the thermal conditions, thus it is in even greater importance that the amount of temperature used is studied in detail since it is a determinant of thermal stability of the parameters...

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The Respiratory Rate of Goldfish Affected in Lower Water Temperature

The Respiratory Rate of Goldfish Affected in Lower Water Temperature Introduction: Temperature is a key influence that can change the respiratory rate of an ectothermic animal: Carassius auratus (commonly known as a goldfish). The respiration of a goldfish will change depending on certain factors. First, goldfish are exothermic, as are all fish. Their body temperature is determined largely by the temperature of the surrounding water. They absorb energy from the water (and to a far lesser...

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Research Critique of Study on Newborn Temperature Regulation

the essential components of the research study. There will be a decrease in temperature in the newborn if having difficulties breastfeeding while having skin-to-skin contact with the mother. That was the inferred hypothesis. The method used to gather the information was a pretest-test-posttest study design and the sample consisted of 48 full-term infants. The key findings showed most infants reached and maintained temperatures between 36.5 and 37.6 degrees Celsius, the thermo neutral range, with only...

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Rate of Reaction of Peroxodisulphate-Iodide Affected by Concentration and Temperature

depend upon: The nature of the reactants, the concentration of the reactants, the temperature and the catalysis (Department of Chemistry and Biology, 2012). In this experiment the affect of temperature and concentration on the rate of reaction was determined. Temperature is the measure of average kinetic energy. An increase in this energy would in turn increase the collisions of the particles. So higher temperature implies higher average kinetic energy of molecules and more collisions per unit time...

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Effect of Time and Temperature on Fungal and Bacterial Growth

bacterial growth under both temperatures, but it did lower to some extent when incubated at 36˚C. The head scrapings (Environment 3a and 3b) showed slight fungal growth in both 25˚C and even less or no growth at 36˚C. However, There was large amounts of bacterial growth under both temperatures, and the increase in heat, in fact, showed a higher bacterial growth. Overall, with the aid of the results, the following conclusions can be made: * Fungal growth decreases as temperature increases. Therefore...

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How Table Salt Affects the Boiling Temperature of Water

this Lab What is the goal of this lab? What question is it trying to answer, or what problem is it trying to explain? The goal for this lab is to be able to 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”...

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Determining the Optimal Temperature and Ph of Barley Amylase

Determining the Optimal Temperature and PH of Barley Amylase Abstract The purpose of this experiment was to find the optimal temperature and pH of barley alpha-amylase. I hypothesize that the optimal temperature would be 55 degrees Celsius and the optimal pH would be 5.5. In this experiment, the starch is used as a substrate to examine the optimum temperature and pH for the reaction of alpha amylase. It is known that the measuring of disappearance (absorbance) of the substrate starch with iodine...

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Temperature Change Lab Report Essay

is which type of temperature change will result from heating ice to liquid, then boil (steam)? What will happen to the water after the boil? I hypothesise the water heats ice to liquid and then goes to simmer and boil. The independent variable is the hot plate changed to a burner itself. The dependent variable is what we are measuring is the time. The steps in the lab were to first start off with a burner, ice and water in a beaker, then record time and water temperature. Also, some phase...

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meter (N/m2), or pascals (Pa). 3. Slowly drag the temperature (T) slider back and forth. (Note: In this Gizmo, the Kelvin scale is used to measure temperature. On the Kelvin scale, 0 degrees is absolute zero, the coldest possible temperature. Absolute zero is equal to -273.15 °C or -459.67 °F) A. How does the change in temperature affect the speed of the molecules? __If the temperature is colder the molecules move slower and if the temperature is hotter the molecules move faster. _______ ____...

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