Bevo is dead

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Bevo is dead. An Introduction to Laboratory Equipment, Glassware, and Concentration Jessica Murphy Chemistry 111 Introduction Bevo was found dead this past week. He showed signs of Nitrate poisoning. The purpose of this experiment is to figure out the source of the poisoning. Testing each of the different samples he was exposed to. His symptoms included rapid pulse, tremors, and breathing difficulties. After the autopsy we learned he also had blood and mucous that was chocolate colored. Nitrate poisoning can come from many different sources. The sources we will be testing today are a feed bale, a water trough, creek, two other water tanks, a variety of weeds, and an old float Bevo road on in a parade. Nitrate itself is not dangerous in small doses, but in cattle it is converted to Nitrite. Which interferes with the ability of hemoglobin to transport oxygen. Materials and Methods There are many materials used in this experiment. We will be using 2 droppers, a mortar and pestle, (1) 50ml beaker, graduated cylinder, volumetric flasks, pipettes and
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course CHEM 111 taught by Professor Ta during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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