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  1. Chemistry Lab Filtering Technique

    Objective: The purpose of the lab is to learn filtering techniques. Specifically, to form and filter a calcium carbonate precipitate using a Buchner funnel. Procedure: a.) Prepared a mixture of .5 M calcium nitrate (45 mL) and .01 M sodium carbonate by combining and stirring the two liquids in

  2. Acetylsalicylic Acid Lab

    Acetylsalicylic Acid September 15, 2005 September 23, 2005 OBJECTIVES The objective of this lab experiment is to prepare aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid) by reacting salicylic acid and acetic anhydride. INTRODUCTION This purpose of this lab was to prepare aspirin using its basic component

  3. Matter Lab

    The objective with this experiment was to get more familiar with elements and compounds. An example of an element would be tungsten which cannot be broken down into simpler substances by any chemical or physical means. Compounds are simply composed of two or more elements such as sodium chloride o

  4. Glomerular Filtration Rate

    Management of CKD All stages – to include • Regular clinical and laboratory assessment (see table overleaf) • Advice on smoking, weight, exercise, salt & alcohol intake • Cardiovascular prophylaxis: if risk >20% at 10 years consider - aspirin if BP 100 mg/mmol - include ACEI or ARB if urin

  5. Organic Chemistry Lab Report

    CHEM 2123 and 2125 – Organic Chemistry Lab I and II GUIDELINES FOR WRITING LAB REPORTS INTRODUCTION Writing reports in organic chemistry lab may differ from the way it’s done in general chemistry. One goal of this course is to introduce you to the record keeping methods used in research labs

  6. Diffusion Lab Report

    Abstract: The importance of this computerized simulation study was to gain an understanding of the processes that account for the movement of substances across the plasma membrane, and to indicate the driving force for each. This may also be applied to the study of transport mechanisms in living me

  7. Mass, Volume, and Density Lab

    <center><b>Mass, Volume, and Density Lab</b></center> <br>The purpose of this lab was is to find the mass and volume of an object. Then to find the density of the object using the measurements of the mass and volume. <br> <br><b>Equipment:</b> <br>scale <br>graduated cylinder <br> <br><b>Hazards:</b

  8. Lab Report of the Cells

    Introduction: The Cell, the fundamental structural unit of all living organisms. Some cells are complete organisms, such as the unicellular bacteria and protozoa, others, such as nerve, liver, and muscle cells, are specialized components of multicellular organisms. In another words, without cells

  9. Methods for Studying Cells in the Lab

    Methods for studying cells in the lab Centrifugation A centrifuge is a device for separating particles from a solution according to their size, shape, density, viscosity of the medium and rotor speed. Centrifugation can be used to separate cells from one culture or to isolate an organelle from t

  10. Biology Lab Report Animal Organs

    Alvaro Comino LAB REPORT 5 ANIMAL ORGANS I. Abstract In this experiment, identification of different animal organs was performed. Also, the different types of tissues of each organ were to be identified. For this, different already prepared slides were chosen and observed under the mic

  11. Food Lab - Journal Entry

    Daniel Bennett FOOD LAB-JOURAL ENTRY In making the apple & pear crumb pie, I feel that our group didn’t do well, because Wee didn’t clean up after we were finished, we all didn’t complete our tasks, and we didn’t put in the pie until there was 10 minutes of class left. Our group

  12. Animals in the Research Lab

    Animals In The Research Lab The use of living animals is an important way to solve a medical problem. Researchers continually seek other models to understand the human organism, study disease processes, and test new therapies. In seeking quicker and not so expensive ways to look for biologic

  13. Lunar Eclipse Lab

    Title: Phases and Eclipses of the Moon Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to demonstrate the different phases of the moon during its revolution around the earth and also to display solar and lunar eclipses. Hypothesis: I think that by following the procedure,

  14. Lab Report

    Lab Report By Anton Khoutiev The Amity Bank was robbed and the cops needed our help to solve the case. A total of four suspects were rounded up and we had to figure out which one it was. Our purpose was to take a look at the crystals, letter, hairs, colored thread fibers, and parts of a note. With

  15. Titration Lab

    Sami Mayhew Chemistry AP 11-18-08 Titration of and Acid With a Base Purpose: The purpose is to use burets to accurately measure volumes of a solution. I will also be learning how to learn to recognize the end point of a titration. I’ll be learning to describe the procedure for standardizing a

  16. Frank J. Horgan Filtration Plant

    Frank J. Horgan Filtration Plant Introduction The Frank J. Horgan Filtration Plant is located Southeast of Toronto on the shores of Lake Ontario (See map). Its purpose is to provide safe drinking water to our taps by filtering the water. The water is gathered from Lake Ontario. This plant has

  17. Lab 4

    Lab 4 Q.1 The missing answers for the variable number of children are 5. Q.2 The number of valid answers for the variable marital status is 1499. Q.3 The number of valid answers for the variable labor force status is 1500. Q.4 The number of divorced people is 213. Q.5 The total p

  18. Lab Report

    Intro The purpose of this lab is to see hoe chemists use the concept of moles to describe what happens in a chemical reaction. In this experiment we mixed weights of pure elemental iodine and allowed them to react with zinc until all of the iodine has been consumed. I think that we will be able to

  19. Chem Lab

    Experiment 12 Neutralization Titration-Standardization of a Sodium Hydroxide Solution IV*. *DATA: *Trial I*: Tri*a*l II: Initial buret reading Final buret reading Volume of NaOH Moles of KHP Molarity of NaOH Trial III:

  20. Lab

    1 Abstract The experiment conducted regarding Memory Processes tested individuals on their ability to store and retrieve words. The levels on which words were stored were structural, the lowest level, phonetic, the next highest level, and semantic, the highest level of processing. The experimen

  21. Physical Science Lab #5

    Physical Science lab #5 Objective The goal of this experiment is to develop a theory, which allows us to understand the motion of a marble. Materials Wooden roller coaster, marble, ruler, timer, clamp, physics stand. Theory In this experiment, we are finding the Conservation

  22. Lab

    The operation of the Bunsen burner 10/28/01 Station #2 Period 1 Many kinds of gas burners are used in the laboratory. The name Bunsen burner is applied to many, even thought the burner first made by Robert Bunsen is rarely used in lab. The burner used most often in the lab is properly called

  23. Lab.

    Pill-Bug Lab Aim: To find the areas that attracts pill-bugs when they are given various options. Hypothesis: Isopods share certain characteristics. There are two kinds of isopods that interests in classrooms and are known as Pill-bugs or Roly-Polly’s. Pill-bugs breathe with gills, so the

  24. Determination of the Empirical Formula of Copper Chloride Lab

    Data Analysis: Color of Original Compound Brown Mass 1 of Weight Boat and Copper Chloride 4.662 g Mass 2 of Weight Boat 2.154 g Mass 3 of Copper Chloride 2.508 g Mass 4 of Dry Filter Paper and Dry Copper 2.560 g Mass 5 of Dry Filter Paper 1.083 g Mass 6 of Dry Copper in the Sample 1.477 g

  25. Mass Relationships in Chemical Reactions Lab

    Mass Relationships in Chemical Reactions Lab Aim: The aim of this experiment is to react Sodium bicarbonate with Hydrochloric acid and to determine the reaction’s percent yield by looking to the mass (amount in mol used in calculations) of one of the products, Sodium chloride. Introductio

  26. Biology Lab Report

    Biology Lab Report. A Study Of Surface Area To Volume Ratio Petri-dish that has a 20mm depth of blue-stained jelly. 4 Beakers (the size is not important) A knife A ruler A cutting board Vitamin C solution Plastic gloves Blotting paper Stopwatch

  27. Lab Protocols

    Lab Protocols Through trial and error my class and I have learned that screwing around and misbehaveing in lab not only results in multiple page papers, but can also be harmful, dangerous, and costly to our teacher and school. There are many rules or "protocols" that should be followed in a

  28. Anhydrous Lab

    Lauren Stauffer Daoning Zhou AP Chemistry P.3 Crystal Growing and Empirical Formula Determination Lab What is the ideal molarity of a cupric sulfate solution for growing crystals at room temperature? Cupric sulfate and water form hydrous crystals when mixed together in a solution. This exp

  29. Lab

    SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES INTRODUCTION According to the Websters' dictionary, a sexually transmitted disease, or commonly termed STD, can be defined as any of various diseases transmitted by direct sexual contacted that include classic venereal diseases (as syphilis, gonorrhea, and chancro

  30. Chemistry Lab

    Identification of a Copper Compound by Percent Mass Unknown Compound: #9 Abstract: The objective of this experiment was to identify the unknown pure copper salt compound of #9. To do this, the mass of copper in the unknown was calculated and then divided by the mass of the whole compound t