Chemistry 113
Fertilizer Project Report Format
300 points
Note: The Essay and the Team Data may be shared among team members.
All other portions of the report should be your own work.
Essay (40 pts.): Submitted to TA by emailone per team
Write an essay (5
Zach Bontempo
Dr. Traci Connor
English 1510-102
8/28/14
Ani DiFranco and Audience
1. Her audience is the people that she offended by wanting to have a musical retreat
at an old slave plantation. I know this because she begins her apology by stating,
I hav
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ET 2800
Athan Vouzianas
September 9, 2015
V-rod
I actually really enjoyed the video; it was very interesting to see exactly what
all goes into making a motorcycle and a Harley at that. Some things I noticed is that
it required a lot of teamw
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Protocol for Spectrophotometric analysis
1. A standard stock solution containing 5.0 provided Obtain 20mL of the stock solution
in a clean dry 50-mL beaker. (Why must the beaker be dry?)
2. Use a Mohr pipet to deliver 3.00 mL of this solutio
Zach Bontempo
Rucker
EUST 1001
October 27, 2016
L'Auberge Espagnole Response
In the film LAuberge Espagnole the director makes it pretty clear what
he portrays the image of Europe to be and that is a giant melting pot.
Having 7 different nationalities in
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Spanish 1001
Ester Garcia
September 16, 2016
Hablar con amigos
Qu Pasa Nick?
Camino a la clase de espaol. Y tu?
Acabo de terminar la clase de espaol.
Qu hora es usted hacho con la clase?
Estoy fuera de clase a la una y media de la tarde. Y
Zach Bontempo
Sunnie Rucker-Chang
EUST 1001
November 7, 2016
One Day in Europe
Through out this film there are many different stories being told in a few
different countries but there is one constant backdrop in ever story and its soccer.
Here in America
Outline
Prosthetics and how they work
Prosthetics
Zach Bontempo
Something is wrong with the spacing I cant figure it out.
I. Introduction
A. I am personally very interested in this topic because 4 of
my 5 best friends from home are in the military and wor
NAME_
EUST 1000 Fall 2016
Self-Evaluated Participation Grade
10 - You came to class prepared.* You volunteered multiple questions,
answers, and/or comments. You participated enthusiastically in assigned
group work, were considerate to others, and helped t
November 3, 2016
Theodore Stokes
Sargent West Green
98 W Green Dr 234
Athens, OH 45701
Dear Theodore Stokes,
November 8, 2016 is general election day in Ohio. As your higher education institution,
Ohio University wants to make sure you have all the inform
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Lab 2, How To Make And Report Scientif
Cell Colors
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Lab 5, Waters of Hydration: Heating
Cell Colors
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Lab 1, How To Make And Report Scientific M
Cell Colors
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Lab 7, Boyle's And Charles's
Cell Colors
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EXPH1490
Fall 2014
8. Be able to identify a preferred energy system for specific athlete types.
High Energy Phosphate System
Primary Energy source
Stored ATP, CP
Duration of Activity
7 to 12 s
Sporting Events
Anaerobic Glycolytic System
Aerobic Oxidative
Lab 6, Standardization and Titrations: Volumetric &
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Cell Colors
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Lab 4, Conductivity
Cell Colors
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General Guidelines for Lewis Dot Structures
Calculate the total number of valence electrons for all elements in the
molecule.
1.
2.
Place the least electronegative element as the central atom.
3.
Place al
General Rules for Naming Chemical Compounds
You need to use a periodic chart to determine metal/non-metal, charges on ions, and necessity of the
Roman Numeral.
1. Binary Compounds (2 elements)
a) two non-metals: The number of atoms present is indicated by
VSEPR Summary (Silberberg, 6th Edition, Chapter 10.2, pages 373-379)
2
# of bonding
e- groups
2
# of nonbonding
e- groups
0
electron-group
arrangement
linear
3
3
3
# of e- groups
molecular shape
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Chemistry 1520 50-minute Exam l
Friday, February 12th 100 points
Part I. (36 pts) Calculations.
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09.08.16
1) Fluorite, a mineral of calcium, is a compound of the metal with fluorine. Analysis shows that a
2.76g sample of fluorite contains 1.42 g of calcium. Calculate the
a) mass of fluorine in the sample;
b) mass fractions/mass % of calcium and fluor
(03) Significant Figures
1) Determine the number of significant figures in the following numbers:
A) 1234 = _
B) 0.023 = _
890 = _
91010 = _
C) 9010.0 = _
0.00120 = _
D) 1090.0010 = _
3.4 x 104 = _
2) Perform the following calculations and report your ans
(5) Specific Heat and Energy
1) Using the table provided, determine what the final temperature of a 58.4 gram piece of aluminum
would be if the metal was originally at 24.5C and 9.34102 calories of heat were added to the metal.
Report your answer with 4-s
Units & Metric System
1 hr = 60 min
1 min = 60 sec
16 oz = 1 lbs
7 days = 1 week
24 hrs = 1 day
1 kg = 2.2 lbs
1 gal = 3.79 L
264.2 gal = 1 cubic meter
1 mi = 5,280 ft
1 kg = 1000 g
1 lb = 16 oz
20 drops = 1 mL
365 days = 1 yr
52 weeks = 1 yr
2.54 cm = 1
Ions
1) Determine whether each of the following is an ionically bonded system or a covalently
bonded system.
A) MgCl2
B) CrN
C) P2O5
D) SF6
2) Write the charge that each of the following elements will generally take as an ion.
A) nitrogen: chlorine: calci
(02) Math equations and Errors
Solve the following problems for x.
1)
=
8)
()
2
= ()
Consider the following plot to answer the next few questions:
2) Using the information given on the plot, how many total times was the penny flipped to make the
plot?
3)