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• ## Physical and Chemical Properties Lab Conclusion

Aiden Lippert Period 1 Mrs. Honsberger Physical and Chemical Properties Lab Conclusion My original hypothesis was that if it couldn’t be changed back to its original state then it was a physical change.The Physical reactions included the water turning greyish, this is a physical change because it did not change into a gas or a solid. Another physical change was when when the clumps in the water started to break up into smaller pieces, this

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• ## Physics Sg Lab Report

* Doppler effect: observer behind source hears lower pitch (longer wavelength) observer in front of source hears higher pitch (shorter wavelength) * sound waves are more commonly shifted than light waves * p waves- fastest of 3 (longitudinal, pressure, can go through liquid) * s waves- 1/2 as fast as ^ (transverse, secondary, can’t go through liquid) * L waves- slowest of 3 (combo, L= s + p) its amplitude determines the Richter magnitude of

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• ## Bright Line Spectra Lab Report

Purpose: To observe the bright line spectra for various gases and then identify an unknown gas. Procedure: 1. Do not touch the spectrum tubes while the transformer box is on to prevent severe shocks and burns. 2. There are six stations each with a different element. Turn all of the bright line spectrum tubes on. 3. For best results, begin with easier elements such as hydrogen or mercury because neon is more difficult and has

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Submitted: March 8, 2011
• ## Estimating in Physics

Estimating in Physics (How many 8 cm diameter balls will fit inside Suprenant Hall?) Goals: Determine the number of a certain size balls that will fit in a particular building known as Suprenant Hall located on the Quinsigamond Community College Campus in Worcester, Massachusetts. In this lab I will use metric units, significant figures, order of magnitude, and scientific notation in my calculations and answers. I will have two final answers. One answer will be

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Submitted: March 8, 2011
• ## Whistle Blowing

Working in the corporate or government environment, employees are sometimes subject to see things they should not see. Such things that are unethical to society or to the corporation. An employee is then placed in a situation where the employee must decide what action should be taken. Do you report the unethical behavior to upper-management or do you just let it go to avoid risking the disciplinary action towards a co-worker, the company or at

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• ## Cs1102 Lab 0 - Self-Guided Explanation

Welcome to CS1102 Lab 0! This document will serve as a self-guided explanation to doing Lab 0. It will guide you on the following topics:  Connecting to the sunfire server  Java program editing  Java program compilation Java Program Compilation on sunfire This section gives you an introduction to the sunfire machine as well as the basic Java programming environment available on this machine. The steps given will also help you to become

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Submitted: March 8, 2011
• ## Physics

An experiment to measure the enthalpy change of combustion for four different fuels; methanol, ethanol, propan-1-ol and butan-1-ol. In this experiment we lit a spirit burner underneath a beaker of water and heated for a sufficient length of time. Our results showed us the enthalpy change of combustion for each spirit burner. Method • 50cm³ of water was placed into a 100cm³ beaker. This beaker was supported by a tripod and gauze mat. • A

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Submitted: March 30, 2011
• ## Case Analysis - Sunquest Labs

Case Analysis: SunQuest Labs 1. Prepare the analysis of cost variations between 2006 and 2007 requested by Mr. Gillinov. 2. Should the lab manager be commended or criticized for cost center performance? An analysis of the cost variations proves that there could be various reasons for unfavorable variances from 2006 to 2007. The testing materials show an unfavorable variance of \$5,000, but this may have been a direct result of price increases in the testing

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Submitted: March 30, 2011
• ## Basic Measurements and Uncertainties Post-Lab Quiz: Addendum

Basic Measurements and Uncertainties Post-Lab Quiz: Addendum Please provide the letter ID of your cylinder (e.g., A, B, C, etc.): ____B______ 9) Report the value of the volume you obtained for your cylinder in "proper form:" D = 19.27 ± 0.04 H = 28.40 ± 0.01 V= ¼ X pie(19.27∧2)(28.40) = 8282.694646 Vmax = V= ¼ X pie(19.31∧2)(28.41) = 8320.0449 Vmax – V = 37.3501131 (uncertainty) Round V to 1 significant figure = 4 X

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Submitted: April 5, 2011
• ## Physic Case - Sound Propagation

Introduction Sound propagation is often being taken for granted, however it has several significant features that deserve our closer attention. In real life, sound waves can never travel forever in the same direction. It changes its direction for several reasons, which includes reflection, refraction and diffraction. In this paper, the focus would be on how reflection affects sound propagation. It would examine how reflection influences the construction of a concert hall and compare the quality

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Submitted: September 1, 2011
• ## The Physics of Gps

The Physics of GPS Description: Nowadays, the Global Positioning System plays an irreplaceable role in various aspects of human society. It is not only able to determine the position and speed of the user, but is also able to provide rich information depending on these parameters, hence to manage and understand, even to develop the present system, becomes ever more important to us. The network system mainly consists of 24 satellites which constantly transmit signals

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• ## Lab Aspirin (acetylsalicylic Acid)

Test 1 17.4 with filter and crystals and funnel 14.98 FAIL Test 2 14.5 filter and funnel 18.93 with all (crude mass) 4.43g/2 = 2.215 Recrystallized mass was 15.81 1.31/2 = .655 Theory Yield 2.6122825 Actual yield = recrystalized is 2.215 Percent yield 84.79174821 percent Lab Report 1 A Introduction Lab 8 : Aspirin (Acetylsalicylic acid) Our goal for this lab is to dive dep into what analgesics are and how they're made. Asprin is

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Submitted: September 6, 2011
• ## Physical Activity and Fitness

Physical Activity and Fitness I wanted to write this paper on physical activity and fitness because it is something I can relate to that influences my life in a positive. Yet something that can be so simply done and taken care of on a daily basis is so seldom used in most peoples’ daily routine. Thus large portions of our society of all aged, ethnicity, and gender is in poor physical condition. Our society needs

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Submitted: September 23, 2011
• ## Lab Report on Cheek Cell Dna Extraction

NAME: CHEEK CELL DNA-LAB REPORT SHEET Exercise 1 – Isolating Cheek Cell DNA Analysis of Results Appearance of Solution What is happening to the cells/DNA? After lysis buffer Clearish solution The cells outer layers are dissolved/broken down After alcohol added The alcohol pours into a layer on top of the solution and then it bubbled The alcohol causes the DNA to separate from other molecules in the solution After alcohol mixed Fine strands, that are

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Submitted: September 27, 2011
• ## Physical and Chemical Properties

Physical & Chemical Properties Substance: Mg (magnesium) Color: Shiny silver Odor: none Effects of heat: -In test tube 1 with just the Mg when heated nothing happened. -In test tube 2 with the Mg mixed with water, when heated nothing happened. -In test tube 3 with Mg mixed with HCL it started to sizzle and bubble. -In test tube 4 with Mg mixed with NaOH it lost a little of its silver color and the

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Submitted: October 1, 2011
• ## Coffee Lab - Drag Coefficient

Background: Drag coefficient can be defined as a resistance on an object such as air or water. Terminal velocity can be achieved when the drag coefficient and the gravity force are equal. As for the lab, when the coffee filter falls in such a short distance, the drag coefficient will get to be large enough that there would be a terminal velocity. Aft first however the force of gravity will be greater than the drag

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Submitted: October 26, 2011
• ## Elevator Lab

Purpose: It is important to understand that the weight of an object or a person does not feel the same at all times due to gravitational force. Gravitational force is another one of the four fundamental forces occurring in nature. Isaac Newton, a physicist, stated that gravitational force is universal and exists within any two objects. Newton’s second Law of Motion will mainly be explored in this lab. His second law states that a body’s

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Submitted: October 30, 2011
• ## Lab 6 – Configuring Frame Relay

Lab 6 – Configuring Frame Relay Submitted by Cairn O'Donoghue 1) Introduction 2) Overview of Protocols 3) Hardware Setup 4) Software Setup 5) Events a. Software Setup (Part 2) 6) Results 7) Conclusion 8) References Introduction: The object of this lab is to interconnect three routers in a hub and spoke frame relay configuration. Atlanta is the hub router and Orlando and Houston are the spoke routers. The Frame Relay connections will be established using

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Submitted: November 6, 2011
• ## The Purpose of This Lab Is to Determine Whether a Liquid Is Hard Water or Not

Lab Report: Hard Water Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to determine whether a liquid is hard water or not. Background: Hard water is the water that has a high amount of mineral in it, usually Ca2+ and Mg+. These cations enter the source of water by leaching from minerals within a wet underground layer of water- bearing rock, or an aquifer. According to the WHO, hard water is not harmful to human's health

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Submitted: November 6, 2011
• ## If There Was a Chemical or Physical Change with the Mixtures of the Solids and the Liquids

Abstract: The purpose of the lab was determine if there was a chemical or physical change with the mixtures of the solids and the liquids. Also to distinguish the difference of clear versus colorless change. There were 6 different mixtures made and out of the six four of them were physical changes. The remaining two were chemical changes. Purpose/Hypothesis: The scientific method systematically follows logical and objective process to address questions. It promotes replication and

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Submitted: November 7, 2011
• ## Specific Heat and Latent Heat Lab

EXPERIMENT NUMBER: #13 EXPERIMENT NAME: Specific Heat and Latent Heat EQUIPMENT: Metal cylinder, Triple beam balance, thermometer, Beaker, Hot plate, and a Styrofoam cup. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this experiment is to measure the specific heat capacity of an unknown metal samples and also to determine the latent heat of fusion of ice. THEORY: My partner and I plan to measure the specific heat of a block of metal and the heat fusion of ice.

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Submitted: November 17, 2011
• ## Lab Acid Titration

Conclusion In part 1, the different household substances were tested to obtain there pH value, ranged from 2 to 10. The vinegar and lemon juice had the lowest pH due to their acidity which it was expected, and the ammonia and toothpaste had the highest pH. In part 2, the juice of the red cabbage changed colors depending on the pH of the substance that were added. The purple cabbage juice became red-pink when it

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Submitted: November 21, 2011
• ## Outline Five Different Methods of Physical Security Including the Costs, Advantages, Disadvantages Etc.

1. Outline five different methods of physical security including the costs, advantages, disadvantages etc. There are numerous ways to implement physical security in any organization, but I will outline five different methods that I think that are a must have. I will start with #1) being to lock up the server room, you want to make sure that there are very good locks on the server room door so there are no issues there. A

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• ## Acid Base Titration Lab

Chemistry 40S Acid-Base Titration Lab Determining the concentration of a hydrochloric acid solution by acid-base titration Ira C. Kowall 11/2/2011   Purpose Determine the concentration of a solution of hydrochloric acid, using a primary standard aqueous NaOH solution. Materials 250 mL beakers (2) 50 mL burets (2) Double buret clamp Ring stand 250 mL Erienmeyer flask Standardized solution of sodium hydroxide Unknown solution of hydrochloric acid Phenolphthalein solution Diagram Procedure: see handout Data Table (observations)

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Submitted: December 9, 2011
• ## Physical & Chemical Properties

Physical & Chemical Properties Substance: Mg Color: SILVER Odor: Yes Effect of Heat: Particles Moved Solub. Or Reaction w/cold H20: No reaction Solub. Or Reaction w/ hot H20: Bubbles produced by the gases. Litmus test: Red turned blue. Blue no change. Dilute HCI: Effervesce Dilute NaOH: Gas was formed. Substance: Cu Color: Redish brown Odor: None Effect of Heat: Became darker in color almost purple. Solub. Or Reaction w/cold H20: No reaction Solub. Or Reaction

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Submitted: February 11, 2012

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