WTCC #1 Mathematical Conversions, Measurements, Observations, and Scientific Inquiry
This week and next week's Lab exercise will be from our Wake Tech Lab Book. These include - Lab #1:
Mathematical Conversions, Measurements, Observations, and Scientific I
The purpose of this project was to correlate tombstones and grave markers based on their
physical appearance, which was done using a taphonomy scale, and their age, which was based
on the year of death. The taphonomy scale was
Lab 9 Homework
1) Which countries have the largest mineral reserves for Cu, Zn, Ni, Sn, Pb, and Mo?
Mo - China
2) How is aluminum metal produced from Bauxite?
The Bauxite is first s
Lab 8 Homework
1) What are the primary uses for Hg, Zn, Pb, and Sb?
Hg Thermometers, barometers, production of chlorine and sodium hydroxides
Zn Anti-corrosive agent in metal alloys, die casting, used as anode on other metals
Lab 7 Homework
1) Where does the US stand in worldwide production of Iron? Steel? (Tonnage Annually)?
Iron: 8th 49,000 (thousands of tonnes)
Steel: 3rd 88.6 million tonnes
2) Diagram and discuss the design of an iron blast fu
Lab 6 Homework
1) What are the major classifications of steel?
- Carbon Steels
- Stainless Steels
- Alloy Steels
- High-Strength Low-Alloy Steels
- Tool Steels
2) Describe the full process of steel production from iron mini
Essentials of Geology
Matter and Minerals
1) Which of the following best defines a mineral and a rock?
A) A rock has an orderly, repetitive, geometrical, internal arrangement of minerals; a mineral is a
lithified or consolidated aggregate of rocks.
B) A m