He threw open the door of a back-room, and drew Oliver in
The walls and ceiling of the room were perfectly black with
age and dirt. There was a deal table before the fire: upon
which were a candle, stuck in a ginger-beer bottle, two or
'Oh, no, no, never mind,' said the young woman, grasping
Oliver's hand; 'I'm better now. Come home directly, you cruel
'Oh, ma'am,' replied the young woman, 'he ran away, near a
month ago, from his parents, who are hard-working and respectable
'_I_ did that, sir,' said a great lubberly fellow, stepping forward; 'and preciously I cut my knuckle agin' his mouth. I
stopped him, sir.'
The fellow touched his hat with a grin, expecting something
for his pains; but, the old gentleman, eyeing him with
served out; and a long grace was said over the short commons.
The gruel disappeared; the boys whispered each other, and
winked at Oliver; while his next neighbors nudged him. Child
as he was, he was desperate with hunger, and reckless with
misery. He rose
Student ID Number_
Lab TA Name and Time_
Dr. Bryan Enderle
CHEMISTRY 2C (Section C)
CLOSED BOOK EXAM! No books, notes, or additional scrap paper
are permitted. All information required is contained on the exam. Plac
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R = 8.3145 J / mol K
R = 0.08206 L atm / mol K
h = 6.626 x 10-34 J s
F = 96,485 C/ mol ec = 2.9979 x 108 m / s
Equations: = h c /
Introduction to Electricity and Magnetism
volts. The electrons being emitted from the copper cathode will be turned back by the higher
potential due to the zinc anodes voltage.
VAC = 12.26V
2. T = 2
T = 2
3. Percent difference = difference between direct measurement and calculated value/
x 100% = 5.5%
1. Using the equation y = mx + b (assu
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c. Use the given data to find k. You may use the graphs below to help you make a plot.
You may use the order determined in part b to help you get started.
5) (25 points) The circuit contains two batteries ( 1 = 24.0 V , r1 = 1.0 and
2 = 8.0 V , r2 = 2 ) as shown, and an external resistor ( R = 5.0 ).
a) The current in the circuit.
b) The terminal voltage Vab of battery 1.
Mr. Sowerberry to begging, as a special favour, to be allowed
to say what Mrs. Sowerberry was most curious to hear. After a
short duration, the permission was most graciously conceded.
'It's only about young Twist, my dear,' said Mr. Sowerberry.
'A very g
faces, though we heard her gasping out their names. I begged
for her in the streets: and they sent me to prison. When I came
back, she was dying; and all the blood in my heart has dried
up, for they starved her to death. I swear it before the God that
'You'll make your fortune, Mr. Sowerberry,' said the beadle,
as he thrust his thumb and forefinger into the proffered snuffbox of the undertaker: which was an ingenious little model of a
patent coffin. 'I say you'll make your fortune, Mr. Sowerberry,'
before, had returned, and was now surveying him most earnestly from the opposite side of the way. He took little heed of
this at first; but the boy remained in the same attitude of close
observation so long, that Oliver raised his head, and returned
'Yes, yes, I will, to say good-b'ye to you,' replied Oliver. 'I
shall see you again, Dick. I know I shall! You will be well and
'I hope so,' replied the child. 'After I am dead, but not before.
I know the doctor must be right, Oliver, because I dr
'Is anybody here, Barney?' inquired Fagin; speaking, now
that that Sikes was looking on, without raising his eyes from
'Dot a shoul,' replied Barney; whose words: whether they
came from the heart or not: made their way through the nose.
'Where's Oliver?' said the Jew, rising with a menacing look.
'Where's the boy?'
The young thieves eyed their preceptor as if they were
alarmed at his violence; and looked uneasily at each other. But
they made no reply.
'What's become of the boy
his blood on fire. His breast heaved; his attitude was erect; his
eye bright and vivid; his whole person changed, as he stood
glaring over the cowardly tormentor who now lay crouching at
his feet; and defied him with an energy he had never known
guilty, and under sentence of death, are palaces. Let any one
who doubts this, compare the two.
The old gentleman looked almost as rueful as Oliver when
the key grated in the lock. He turned with a sigh to the book,
which had been the innocent cause of al
'We will,' replied Mr. Grimwig, with a provoking smile; 'we
As fate would have it, Mrs. Bedwin chanced to bring in, at
this moment, a small parcel of books, which Mr. Brownlow had
that morning purchased of the identical bookstall-keeper, who
All this was very pleasant and improving to see; and Oliver beheld it with great admiration.
That Oliver Twist was moved to resignation by the example
of these good people, I cannot, although I am his biographer,
undertake to affirm with any degree of con
got his own horse down to a straw a day, and would unquestionably have rendered him a very spirited and rampacious animal on nothing at all, if he had not died, four-and-twenty hours
before he was to have had his first comfortable bait of air. Unfortunate
after Oliver had been stationed by Mr. Bumble in front of the
'This is the boy, your worship,' said Mr. Bumble.
The old gentleman who was reading the newspaper raised
his head for a moment, and pulled the other old gentleman by
the sleeve; whereupon
hint at once, for the fist had been too often impressed upon his
body not to be deeply impressed upon his recollection.
'Will she go with me?' inquired poor Oliver.
'No, she can't,' replied Mr. Bumble. 'But she'll come and see
This was no
Alum ( it seals phosphate in hypolimnion, settles phytoplankton)
Good: rapid response
Bad: may need repeated application
Copper treatment( it kills phytoplankton)
Good: act within days
Bad: can lead to sediment contamination and negative effect on nont
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