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lab 8 discussion questions - Reservoir 10 ppm 20 Marlin...

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1 4 3 2 8 7 6 5 16 12 11 10 9 19 18 17 15 13 20 14 Source Concentration 1. Mackenzie Reservoir < 5 ppb 2. Lake Kemp 10 ppm 3. Possum Kingdom Lake 1 ppm 4. Echo Lake 10 ppb 5. Lavon Lake 1 ppm 6. Big Creek Lake 1 ppm 7. Wright Patman Lake 5 ppb 8. Hubbard Creek Reservoir 10 ppm 9. Lake Granbury 1 ppm 10. Lake Tawakoni 5 ppb 11. Oak Creek Reservoir 1 ppm 12. Lake Waxahachie 5 ppb 13. Lake Colorado City 10 ppm 14. E.V. Spence Reservoir 10 ppm 15. Lake Olden 1 ppm 16. Aquilla Reservoir 10 ppb 17. Bardwell Reservoir 5 ppb 18. Martin Creek Reservoir 1 ppm 19. Toledo Bend
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Unformatted text preview: Reservoir 10 ppm 20. Marlin City Lake 5 ppb <5ppm 1ppm 10 ppm 5 ppb 1. Separately, identify examples of covalent and noncovalent bonding in the ELISA test strips. Covalent bonds are what make molecules stable against harsh conditions. Noncovalent bonds are not as strong but of equal importance. Nonconvalent bonds include van der Waals forces, dipole dipole interactions, hydrogen bonds, and ion pairing....
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