Module 2b

Module 2b - Earliest sports physiology Conservation of mass...

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Chemical Revolutionaries Sir Robert Boyle ‘The Sceptical Chymist’ Substances couldn’t be decomposed into elements Compounds result from combination of elements Antoine Lavoisier He and his wife were true chemical revolutionaries She translated into French the work of early English chemists He died on guillotine during French revolution
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Unformatted text preview: Earliest sports physiology Conservation of mass Fireplace example - The mass of ash plus CO2 and other flue gases equals mass of wood plus consumed O2. First law of thermodynamics Matter is neither created nor consumed in a chemical reaction You can’t win or lose Just because you throw something out it doesn’t go away...
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