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  • Potassium - 701 Words
    Lethal injection is the practice of injecting a person with a fatal dose of drugs (typically abarbiturate, paralytic, and potassium solution) for the express purpose of causing the immediate death of the subject. The main application for this procedure is capital punishment, but the term may also be applied in a broad sense to euthanasia and suicide. It kills the person by first putting the person to sleep, and then stopping the breathing and heart, respectively. In 1970's the people used...
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  • Potassium - 929 Words
    | 2/26/2013 | | Potassium is a chemical element with the symbol K and has 19 electrons. Elemental potassium is a soft silvery-white alkali metal that oxidizes quickly in air and is very reactive with water. Potassium ions are essential for the function of all living cells. Potassium ion diffusion is a key component in nerve transmission, and potassium weakening in animals, including humans, results in cardiac dysfunctions. Potassium collects in plant cells, therefore fresh...
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  • Potassium - 323 Words
    Potassium Potassium, also known by the symbol “K”, has an atomic number of 19 and an atomic mass of 39.0983. The atomic number of 19 implies that it contains 19 protons, 19 electrons, and 19 neutrons. It is found in Group 1, the alkali metals, and the fourth family on the periodic table. Because it is located in group one, it is one of the most highly reactive and electropositive metals and is a base. Potassium is a solid, silvery white metal at 298 Kelvin, and has a melting point of 336.53...
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  • Potassium Chlorate - 1323 Words
    The Composition of Potassium Chlorate Objectives The objectives of this laboratory are: a) To experimentally determine the mass percent of oxygen in the compound potassium chlorate (KClO3) via the thermal decomposition of a sample of potassium chlorate. b) To qualitatively demonstrate that the residue resulting from the decomposition of potassium chlorate is potassium chloride. Background All compounds consist of elements chemically combined in fixed proportions – they obey the Law of...
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  • Source Of Potassium - 642 Words
    Bananas are a great food for all round health benefits, for the average person, dieter, or even athletes. Banana puree is important as infant food and can be successfully canned by the addition of ascorbic acid to prevent discoloration. They are in fact often the first solid food given to infants. Bananas are easy to digest because they have no fat and very few babies are allergic to bananas. They are also one of children's favorite snack because of their taste and they meet the energy needs of...
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  • Potassium Essay - 317 Words
    According to Elson (2000), potassium is one of the most common prescribed minerals. This mineral is crucial to cardiovascular and nerve functions. When potassium is low fatigue is the most common symptom. The early symptoms include muscle weakness, slow reflexes, and dry skin or acne; these initial problems may progress to nervous disorders, insomnia, slow or irregular heartbeat, and loss of gastrointestinal tone. A sudden loss of potassium may lead to cardiac arrhythmia. Low potassium may...
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  • Potassium Hydroxide (Koh) - 1663 Words
    Potassium Hydroxide (KOH) Introduction Potassium hydroxide is an inorganic compound with the formula KOH, commonly called caustic potash. Along with sodium hydroxide (NaOH), this colorless solid is a prototypical strong base. It has many industrial and niche applications. Most applications exploit its reactivity toward acids and its corrosive nature. In 2005, an estimated 700,000 to 800,000 tonnes were produced. Approximately 100 times more NaOH than KOH is produced annually. KOH is...
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  • Fertilizers: Potassium and Compounds - 1656 Words
    Creating a liquid fertilizer Experiment Chemistry 1065 10/09/2012 Introduction The aim of this experiment was to create a liquid fertilizer containing Nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus; each element had to have 8% mass percentage. We were also required to add an additional element, magnesium and it mass percentage had to be 1.5%. At the end of the experiment, the pH of our aqueous solution had to be between 6.0 and 7.0. As a group we predicted that we could not successfully create...
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  • Determination of Concentration of Potassium Hydroxide
    Determination of Concentration of Potassium Hydroxide Weigh boat 0.87g Weigh boat + Sulphamic acid 3.29g Weigh boat after transfer 0.87g Sulphamic acid 2.42g | Trial | 1st | 2nd | 3rd | 4th | 5th | Start | 3.00 | 3.20 | 5.20 | 18.55 | 1.90 | 14.65 | Finish | 17.35 | 18.10 | 18.10 | 31.50 | 14.65 | 27.65 | Titre | 14.35 | 14.90 | 14.90 | 12.95 | 12.75 | 13.00 | Average titre = 12.90cm3 NH2SO3H + KOH – NH2SO3K + H20 Sulphamic Acid Standard Solution Moles from...
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  • Composition of Potassium Chlorate - 1531 Words
    EXPERIMENT 9 Composition Potassium of Chlorate IUA-,TERIAL S AND E QUI PME NT Solids: Reagent Grade potassium chlorate (KC1O3)and potassium chloride (KCl). Solutions: dilute (6 M) nitric acid (HNO3) and 0.1M silvernitrate (AgNO3). Th.o No.0 crucibles with covers; Ceramfab pad. DISCUSSION The percentage composition of a compound is the percentage by mass of each element in the compound. If the formula of a compound is known, the percentage composition can be calculated from the molar mass and...
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  • Potassium and Tiffany Lamp - 700 Words
    I believe that Horace Throat commited the murder of Mr. Dusty Mantel at the Inn owned by Mrs. Eve Dropper. Although all the occupants of the Inn had it in for Dusty due to his immoral means and conniving ways, only one of them brought his life to a sudden end. Both Anita Mann, his girlfriend, and Chester Drauers were conspiring against him. She wanted out of the relationship because she was “tired of Dusty beating on her” and Drauers wanted the Tiffany Lamp because he had knowledge of its true...
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  • Standardizing a Solution of Potassium Hydroxide
    Jay Patel 10/21/11-10/21/11 Lab Partners: Isha Dihora, Shivandu Patel, Dilan Kapadia Standardizing a Solution of Potassium Hydroxide Abstract: In this lab, a prepared solution of Potassium Hydroxide will be standardized. The solution we will be standardized by performing multiple calculations to ensure the upmost accuracy. The acid used for this titration will be KHP (C4H5KO4). Phenolphthalein we be added to the beaker of the dissolved acid before the titration will be added. The...
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  • Adequate Potassium Intake - 781 Words
    Recommended daily allowances There is no RDA for potassium, although the National Library of Medicine recommends 1,600 to 3,500 mg of potassium for the average adult diet. The association recommends equal amounts of sodium and potassium for our bodies. A variety of potassium-rich foods should be eaten daily for healthy and active people. Athletes also may need more potassium because it helps replace the lost of potassium from muscles and the lost in sweat during exercise. Athletes involved in...
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  • Pharmacology Case Study; Potassium Imbalance
    1. Identify the foods in his diet that may be contributing to his hypekalemia. a. Foods that his in potassium in his diet and may contributing to his hyper kalemia include; potatoes, spinach, fruits, salt substitutes, and the bacon, possibly the butter on the toast 2. Which ECG changes would be typical for a patient such as this? b. QT wave is elongated 3. Formulate relevant nursing diagnosis for this patient based on the data provided. c. Risk for ineffective...
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  • Plagiarism: Academic Publishing and Potassium Ions
    Avoiding plagiarism, self-plagiarism, and other questionable writing practices: A guide to ethical writing Miguel Roig, Ph.D. First on-line version published in September, 2003 Revised on-line version published in August, 2006 http://facpub.stjohns.edu/~roigm/plagiarism/Index.html Please send any questions, comments, or suggestions to Miguel Roig, Ph.D. In recognizing the importance of educating aspiring scientists in the responsible conduct of research (RCR), the Office of...
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  • The Solubility Curve of Potassium Nitrate Experiment Report
    Purpose: Our purpose here to determine the affects of temperature on potassium nitrate's solubility in water. Materials Used in the Experiment: Latex gloves Laboratory coat Safety goggles Thermometer Stir rod Test tubes Beaker Weighing dish Hot plate Potassium nitrate Distilled water Description of the Object of the Experiment Potassium Nitrate: The chemical compound potassium nitrate is a naturally occurring mineral source of nitrogen. It is a nitrate with...
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  • Effect of Temperature on Solubility of Potassium Chloride in Water
    IB Chemistry Lab Report Design Example— Effect of Temperature on Solubility of Potassium Chloride in Water Research question How does temperature affect the solubility of potassium chloride in water? Hypothesis As the temperature of water increases, the particles of solid Potassium chloride, KCl, which are absorbing energy from its surrounding, start moving more easily between the solution and its solid state because. According to the second law of thermodynamics, the particles...
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  • Investigating Solubility How does the solubility of Potassium Chloride and Potassium Iodide in water, vary with temperature?
    HOW DOES THE SOLUBILITY OF POTASSIUM CHLORIDE (KCL) AND POTASSIUM IODIDE (KI) IN WATER VARY WITH TEMPERATURE? AIM To observe solubilities of KCl and KI with water at different temperatures To compare the two solubility curves and discuss what might vary the solubility of different ionic compounds. THE VARIABLES DEPENDENT VARIABLE Temperature INDEPENDENT VARIABLE Amount of solute (KCl, KI) CONSTANTS Amount of the solvent (water), pressure APPARATUS 100G OF POTASSIUM CHLORIDE...
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  • Preparation of Potassium Chloride 10% (W/V) Oral Solution
    Preparation of Potassium Chloride 10% (w/v) Oral Solution Questions: 1. One source of potassium chloride occurring in nature is carnallite. What is its chemical formula? What are the others sources of potassium chloride? KMgCl3• 6H2O Other sources: • Sylvite • Halite 2. What are the therapeutic uses of potassium chloride? -drug used to maintain or restore potassium levels in patients with potassium deficiency, which can cause such problems as thirst, fatigue, low blood...
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  • Explanations of the major elements: oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, sulfur, sodium, chlorine, iron and zinc.
    Oxygen (O) Human beings obtain this element from the air. It enters a person's bloodstream through the lungs. The blood carries oxygen to the cells of the body. In the cells, oxygen combines with chemicals obtained from food. Energy produced during this process makes it possible for each cell to perform its function in the body. Also, oxygen atoms are present in water and water is essential to all life. It is present in many organic compounds. While oxygen is necessary for life, oxygen as ozone...
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  • Analysis of Alum Lab - 1576 Words
    AP Chemistry Analysis of Alum * Purpose: * In this lab we performed several tests to determine if our crystals were actually aluminum potassium sulfate. * Procedures: * Materials: * Chemicals: * Aluminum potassium sulfate, 2.5 g * Equipment – Part 1: * 150 mL beaker * Bunsen burner * 2 capillary tubes * Mortar and pestle * Notched stopper to hold thermometer...
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  • Effects on the Use of Computers - 675 Words
    1. A female client is admitted with a diagnosis of acute renal failure. She is awake, alert, oriented, and complaining of severe back pain, nausea and vomiting and abdominal cramps. Her vital signs are blood pressure 100/70 mm Hg, pulse 110, respirations 30, and oral temperature 100.4°F (38°C). Her electrolytes are sodium 120 mEq/L, potassium 5.2 mEq/L; her urinary output for the first 8 hours is 50 ml. The client is displaying signs of which electrolyte imbalance? A. Hyponatremia B....
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  • Investigatory Project - 753 Words
    Title: Banana Chips : Home Remedies Help Lower Heart Rate Problem: What does a banana contain that helps lower heart rate? Hypothesis: Bananas are a well known source of dietary potassium. Due to the high level of potassium in them, this helps to normalise the heartbeat sending oxygen to the brain. Methodology: Ingredients Serves : 6 5 bananas oil for frying salt to taste Directions Prep:10min › Cook:20min › Ready in:30min 1. Peel the bananas using a knife. Slice into...
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  • Flame Tests Lab Report
    Flame Tests By: Jordan Anthony, Zack Balog, and Evan Degraw Regents Chemistry class, Union Springs High School, 4th period January 19/2015 The purpose of this lab was to see what colors are characteristic of particular metallic ions in a flame test and use their characteristic color to identify other elements. Another purpose is to understand how fireworks work. This experiment will help one understand how a flame test is performed and that every metal has a unique...
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  • Banana Peel as Whitener - 537 Words
    Tips on How to Whiten Teeth with Banana Peel The versatility of banana itself and its peel goes a long way. Aside from the fact that banana is full of vitamins and minerals, and is used in beauty regimen, its peel is also utilized in so many ways; from skin care regimen, to fertilizer and now to whiten teeth. Using banana peel as teeth whitening is considered extremely safe and healthy because it is not only the flesh of the banana that contains vitamins and minerals but the peel as well....
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  • Unit 6 V Lab
    Name: Amber Cooper Date: 11/18/2014 Graded Assignment Lab Report Answer the questions. When you are finished, submit this assignment to your teacher by the due date for full credit. (3 points) 1. Write the goal of the lab or the question you tried to answer. Answer: How salt effects the temperature of the water hot and cold? (3 points) 2. Which observations or experiences helped you form your hypothesis? Answer: When I did beaker A which was cold with salt. And When I did beakers B-D...
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  • Fluid Imbalance in Adult Patients
    Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalance Paper Julia Peterson University of Akron Introduction Homeostasis of fluid and electrolyte balance is important for the body to be able to function. The nursing student will cover the risk, pathology, and signs and symptoms for both fluid deficit and hypokalemia. The nursing student will also apply these findings to the patient specific information from the clinical day February 8, 2011. This will give her the ability to formulate four different nursing...
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  • Activity 4 and 5 physioex
    Activity FOUR There is a direct relationship between the MWCO and the filtration rate; the higher the MWCO, the higher the filtration rate. Powdered charcoal is the solute that did not appear in the filtrate when using any MWCO membranes. As pressure increases, the filtration rate also increases, as long as the MWCO does not decrease. Since we have no control over the MWCO of a living membrane, we can increase the rate of filtration by increasing the pressure. The molecular weight...
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  • Voltaic Cells - Lab Design
    Lab design –Voltaic Cells Aim Of Experiment In this experiment, we are going to make a battery by making an electron current between the metals Zinc and Copper. We aim two study the voltaic cells and the transfer of electrons from the metal to the ion. The tendency for the electrons to flow from one chemical to another, such as from the zinc metal to the copper ion as shown here, is something that can be channeled and controlled. Channeling the flow of electrons is what we will take up in...
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  • How to Conduct a Flame Test
    Flame Test Lab Your company has been contracted by Julius and Annette Benetti. They are worried about some abandoned, rusted barrels of chemicals that their daughter found while playing in the vacant lot behind their home. The barrels have begun to leak a colored liquid that flows through their property before emptying into a local sewer. The Benettis want your company to identify the compound in the liquid. Earlier work indicates that it is a dissolved metal compound. Many metals,...
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  • Qualitative Analysis Lab - 1545 Words
    Casey Brown Lab Partner: Samed Obeng Qualitative Analysis Lab 4/2/12-4/9/12 Objective of Experiment: The purpose of the experiment is to identify every cation present in an unknown solution by performing specific chemical tests. Chemical tests such as adding specific chemicals to make precipitates, adding strong and highly concentrated acids and bases, centrifuging the precipitate from the supernate, and performing a flame test are carried out to determine the presence or absence of the...
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  • Active Transport - 259 Words
    Biology Assignment: Active Transport ACTIVE TRANSPORT -> Requires Energy. There are thousands of proteins surrounded in the cell's lipid bilayer. Those proteins do much of the work in active transport. They are positioned to cross the membrane, so one part is on the inside of the cell and one part is on the outside. The liquids inside and outside of cells have different concentration. Now in this section, I will talk about the active transport which describes what happens when a cell uses...
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  • Fluid and Electrolytes made easy study notes.
    Fluid and Electrolytes Homeostasis t State of equilibrium in internal environment of body, naturally maintained by adaptive responses that promote healthy survival t Body fluids and electrolytes play an important role Water Content of the Body t Accounts for 60% of body weight in adult t 70-80% of body weight in infant t Varies with gender, body mass, and age Compartments t Intracellular fluid (ICF) t Extracellular fluid (ECF) l Intravascular (plasma) l Interstitial t Transcellular...
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  • Stoichiometry Lab - 1260 Words
    Hestia Livana Partners : Rachel Gideon, Joy Boake, Hannah Harper Various Color of Light as the Effect of Electron Emission Objective Observe the characteristic colors produced by certain metallic ions when vaporized in a flame. Identify the unknown metallic ions by means of its flame tests. Background When atoms absorb energy, electrons move into higher energy levels, and these electrons lose energy by emitting light when they return to lower energy levels. Energy levels are fixed...
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  • Resting Membrane Potentials - 351 Words
    Resting membrane potentials Definition: Large nerve fibers when not transmitting nerve signals is about 90 millivolt. That is, the potential inside the fiber is 90 millivolts more negative than the potential in the extracellular fluid on the outside of the fiber. The Na+-k+ pump also causes large concentration gradients for sodium and potassium across the resting nerve membrane. These gradients are the following: Sodium ( outside): 142 mEq/L Sodium ( inside): 14 mEq/L Potassium (...
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  • Flame Test Lab: To Find Out the Unknown Compound from Known Compounds and the Color of the Flame
    Chemistry 02 Oct 2014 Flame Test Lab Purpose: To find out the unknown compound from known compounds and the color of the flame. Safety & Precautions: •Do not cross contaminate compounds. •Keep goggles on at all times when working on lab. •Long hair should be tied up to avoid being singed. Table of Observations Compound Flame Color Strontium Chloride strong dark orange red Strontium Nitrate bright orange...
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  • orange juice vs sports drink
    I chose to research about which drink had the most electrolytes, sports drink or orange juice. Which has had me to do the orange juice vs. sports drink experiment. The reason why I aminterested in this topic is because for the long time I have loved the flavor of these drinks. But ever since I have been working out I’ve been wondering which drink is most beneficial when working out or participating in any physical activities that would get you tired. Because when I have to chose a work out...
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  • Dehaydration - 1281 Words
    DEHYDRATION Dehydration: Axia College SCI 241 Dehydration: How does it affect the Body? Primarily, water is essential to health maintenance because water is a imperative nutrient within the body. Water is needed for the body to carry out its many functions. The body consists of mainly water, which is why once our bodies are depleted of water, it is unfavorable for our health. Water moves inside the body by osmosis that carries up or down a concentration gradient, which is...
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  • What Is Dehydration & What Causes It?
    Dehydration Jessica M. Hescott Lisa Morris May 11th, 2011 What is Dehydration & What causes it? Water is essential to maintaining a state of good health. Considering the adult body is comprised of...
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  • Fluid and Elecrolytes - 305 Words
    Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance: Introduction to Body Fluids 1. a. Where are fluids absorbed? Into the plasma in the intestine. b. Where are excess fluids and electrolytes lost? The kidneys remove them from the body through urine. 2. Name four of the six functions of water. a. Temperature regulation b. Protective cushion c. Lubricant d. Solvent 3. a. The amount of water in the body depends on the amount of fat tissue....
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  • The Health Benefits of Bananas - 402 Words
    The health benefits of bananas http://ph.she.yahoo.com/health-benefits-banana-092724299.html Bananas are one of the most famous common fruits amongst people of every age. Enjoyed in its various forms, bananas are eaten raw, accompanied with desserts, added in smoothies and consumed in many more ways too. Let us look at the benefits of eating this fruit. 1. It helps regulate blood pressure. Banana is a fruit that contains high amount of potassium and low levels of salt. This combination...
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  • Identifying and Unknown White Compound
    Identification and Recreation of Unknown White Compound #643p November 13, 2012 INTRODUCTION: The identity of the unknown solid white compound is determined and verified through a series of tests which uncover physical and chemical properties necessary for identification. A new sample of the same compound is then created to further prove the accuracy of the identification. The compound must be identified in order to be used. For example, KCl is used in medicine, scientific applications,...
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  • Flame Test Lab - 594 Words
    Timothy Johns Christian Howard Wan Huang 10/18/12 Flame Test Lab Introduction Spectroscopy is the study of the electromagnetic radiation emitted or absorbed by atoms and molecules. These studies are very helpful in determining an unknown element, given the fact that all elements burn a different color. The flame colors vary because of the different amounts of energy the elements give off. This lab is made for the learner to determine the identity of two unknown elements. Hypothesis If...
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  • cce education system - 275 Words
    A pump is a protein that hydrolyses ATP in order to transport a particular solute through a membrane in order to generate an electrochemical gradient to confer certain membrane potential characteristics on it. This gradient is of interest as an indicator of the state of the cell through parameters such as the Nernst potential. In terms of membrane transport the gradient is of interest as it contributes to increased system entropy in the co-transport of substances against their gradient. One of...
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  • Clinical Study: Application of the Neuman Systems Model on a Patient with Hypokalemia
    Chapter 1 Introduction Background and Rationale of the Study With concerns of our day to day living we do not have enough time and budget to be choosy of the type of food or the nutritional value of it, what we think of nowadays is just to have something to satisfy our hunger without considering the nutrients that our body needs each day. When we hear diet nowadays often we see it as losing weight by means of controlling food intake, but the truth is diet could also mean eating nutritious...
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  • Electrolytes: Magnesium - 4128 Words
    Electrolyte is a scientific term for salts, specifically ions. The term electrolyte means that this ion is electrically-charged and moves to either a negative or positive electrode. Ions that move to the negative which are called cations are positively charged and Ions that move to the positive which are called anions are negatively charged. They can be divided into acids, bases, and salts, because they all give ions when dissolved in water. Electrolytes are present in the human body, and the...
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  • Identification of Metallic Ions - 518 Words
    Ocean County College Department of Chemistry Identification of Metallic Ions Purpose: The purpose of this lab exercise was to perform and observe the flame tests of some alkali and alkaline earth metal ions. When electrons in metallic ions are grounded, their configuration is stable. In other words, the loosely bound electrons in the valence shell of the atom are satisfied at their “low” energy state. They do not require to be balanced by emitting any type of radiation or receiving...
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  • Metallic Ions Lab Report
    4/29/2013 5.1 Lab Report - Identification of Metallic Ions TITLE: LAB 5.1 IDENTIFICATION OF METALLIC IONS PURPOSE: In this lab we are learning how to observe and perform “flame tests”, of alkali and alkaline earth metal ions. We will use basic lab equipment provided in our Labpaq, and follow all safety precautions in this lab. From reading the discussion and review, we understand that the normal configuration of the electrons is called “the ground state”. We understand that they...
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  • Lab of Electrolytes - 608 Words
    Analyzing electrolytes I. Introduction Ionic substances form when a metal reacts with a non-metal. They contain charged particles called ions. Those ionic substances are broken down by electrolysis. Electrolysis is the breakdown of a substance by electricity, and it only happens in liquids. The liquids that can be electrolyzed are called electrolytes. When said electrolyzed, means that the compounds in solutions are broken down when they conduct electricity. Its necessary the use of...
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  • Determination of Water Hardness Through the Titration of Standard Solution of Ethylenediamminetetraacetic Acid (Edta)
    Introduction Why: The goal of this experiment is to determine the water hardness of the prepared unknown water sample. Determining water hardness is a useful test that measures the quality of water for its household and industrial users. Water’s hardness arises from the presence of metal ions – specifically metal ions with a charge of +2 or higher. The ‘scum’ left over in a cleaned shower stall or coffee pot is equivalent to water hardness. Water dissolves salts which contains ions of sodium,...
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  • Anti-Caking Agents Market Trends & Forecast to 2019
    ​Anti-Caking Agents Market by Industry [Food (Ca-Compound, Na-Compound, Mg-Compound, SiO2, Cellulose), Feed & Fertilizer], by Application [(Seasoning, Condiment, Bakery, Dairy, Soup, Sauce) & (NPK, Urea, NH3, DAP/MAP)] & Geography – Global Trends & Forecast to 2019 Powdered products are easily affected, by moisture and temperature, which results in the formation of lumps. To avoid this, anti-caking agents are used. This is to allow them to flow easily and mix evenly, during the production...
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  • Dead and Breakfast - 319 Words
    Chandler Bushnell Mrs. Beswick Dead & Breakfast March 6th 2013 Eggs with a side of Cyanide. Dusty Came down to breakfast at 7:15… Dusty Dropped dead at 7:45. The person who killed dusty could have been anyone of these people, they all had motive but only one of them was desperate enough to kill one of his closest friends. (7:20)The murderer must have been wearing gloves when he set the table again because he left traces of sodium, carbon, iron, and gold. When the Murderer...
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  • fluid - 512 Words
    Fluid Balance Explain in detail the fluid compartments of the body, including distribution of fluid and electrolytes within each compartment and the movement between compartments. In the average person water constitutes 60% to the total body weight.: 42L in a 70kg individual. 40% is intracellelular fluid, while remaining 20% is extracellular. The extracellular fluid can be divided into plasma (from intravascular compartment) and interstitial fluid intracellular fluid (28 L, about 35% of...
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  • Paramecium movement assignment BES108
    Paramecium movement assignment: Answer the following questions and hand in at the beginning of the next lab. 1. Describe how Paramecium moves in aquatic environments? For the paramecium to move forward, its cilia beat on an angle, backward in unison. The paramecium moves by spiraling through the water. For the paramecium to move backward, the cilia beat forward on an angle at the same time. If the paramecium runs into a solid object, the cilia changes its direction and beats forward,...
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  • Use of Charcoal as a Soil Amendment in Rubber (Hevea Brasiliensis) Plantations: Effectiveness in Young Budding Polybagged Plants
    USE OF CHARCOAL AS A SOIL AMENDMENT IN RUBBER (HEVEA BRASILIENSIS) PLANTATIONS: EFFECTIVENESS IN YOUNG BUDDING POLYBAGGED PLANTS Submitted by thayer on Thu, 10/14/2010 - 10:35 Title | Use of charcoal as a soil amendment in rubber (Hevea brasiliensis) plantations: Effectiveness in young budding polybagged plants | Publication Type | Conference Proceedings | Year of Conference | 2010 | Authors | Dharmakeerthi, R. S., Chandrasiri J. A. S., and Edirimanne V. U. | Editor | Dharmakeerthi,...
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  • Alkali Metals - 1243 Words
    Alkali Metals Introduction Alkali metals refer to six elements belonging to the Group IA of the long form of the Modern Periodic Table, viz. Lithium (Li), Sodium (Na), Potassium (K), Rubidium (Rb), Cesium (Cs) and Francium (Fr). Fr is a radioactive element. These elements are called so because they form strongly alkaline oxides and hydroxides. Electronic Configuration of Alkali Metals Each of the alkali metals has one electron in their outermost (valence) shell, which is just outside an...
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  • Qualitative Analysis - 3018 Words
    Qualitative Analysis of Cations Short Overview The most common cations have been placed into five groups based upon solubility in aqueous solutions when different reagents are added. The reactions which occur are useful in identifying the presence of these cations in unknown samples. The process of identifying the cations is called qualitative analysis. The purpose of this experiment is to identify which cations are present in unknown solutions. A data sheet was not prepared for this...
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  • Fluid & Electrolyte Imbalances - 6492 Words
    Learning Outcomes Safe and Effective Care Environment 1 Assess the patient with a fluid or electrolyte imbalance for falls, especially older adults. 2 Use safety precautions to prevent injury or death when administering parenteral potassium-containing solutions. 3 Supervise the oral fluid therapy and intake and output measurement aspects of care delegated to unlicensed assistive personnel. Health Promotion and Maintenance 4 Teach healthy adults and patients how to prevent dehydration....
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  • Chemical reaction trends and solubility
    1. In the first group of four reactions, Iron phosphate and calcium phosphate are the two products that are insoluble in water. In the three of the four reactions a cloudy white or yellow formed. This indicated the formation of a precipitate, caused by the generally insoluble phosphate anion. Potassium chloride, Iron nitrate, and potassium sulfate where the products which were soluble in water. With these products there was no evidence of a precipitate forming. 2. Based on the results from...
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  • Flame Tests - 1163 Words
    Flame Tests 12.01.2010 19.01.2010 Introduction The normal electron configuration of atoms or ions of an element is known as the “ground state”. In this most stable energy state, all electrons are in the lowest energy levels available. When atoms or ions in the ground state are heated to high temperatures, some electrons may absorb enough energy to allow them to “jump” to higher energy levels. The element is then said to be in the “excited state”. This excited configuration is unstable,...
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  • Postoperative Care - 1182 Words
     Postoperative Care NUR 120 January 20, 2014 Postoperative care For nurses, there is a very wide range of duties and tasks that must be performed in caring for the postoperative patient. A systematic assessment is necessary when caring for postoperative patients, however this does not mean that the nursing process must become ritualized to the point that patient care is not individualized. Among the most important duties of the nurse is to reduce the risk of...
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  • Kinetics of a Reaction Lab Report
    Kinetics of a Reaction I. List of reagents & products 1. 1.0 M Copper(II) nitrate (Cu(NO3)2, 0.10 M Hydrochloric Acid (HCl), 0.010 M Potassium Iodide (KI), 0.040 M Potassium Bromate (KBrO3), 0.0010 M Sodium Thiosulfate (N2S2O3), 2% Starch solution, Water (H2O) II. Summary of Procedure. Part 1: Find the Volume of One Drop of Solution 2. Fill pipet with 3ml of distilled water 3. Mass a beaker and record 4. Put 5 drops of water into beaker and record...
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