Forum 1
Resonance Structures of Nitroacetone Anion
Chem 211 (Spring 2012)
B. R. Kaafarani
Name: Mamdouh K. Al-Jaraki
Draw all resonance structures of nitroacetone anion.
Chem 211 Forum 1
B. R. Kaafarani
Spring 2012
Physics204L
GEOMETRICAL OPTICS II: MIRRORS AND LENSES
Object:
The aim of the Mirrors and Lenses experiment is to measure the focal lengths of
convex and concave mirrors as well as converging and diverging lenses. Moreover
the lens makers equation will be
Name: Mohamad Nabih El Houshiemy
Date: 29/3/2012
Course: English 203
Assignment: Essay 1
Media: Bias and Control
In present times the media has become an extremely important source of
information and entertainment. Media commonly refers to all technologie
Date:
Phys210L/ Phys204L
Mechanical Equivalent of Heat
NAME: _ SECTION: _
P_NAME: _ INSTRUCTOR: _
Experimental procedure:
Copper (g)
Aluminum(g) (or iron)
Mass of the calorimeter
and uncertainty on measurement
Measure the diameter (d) of each calorimeter
Physics204L
INTERFERENCE AND DIFFRACTION
1. Object:
To investigate the double slit interference and single slit diffraction phenomena.
2. Equipment:
1.2 m long optical bench, diode laser, single and double slit disks, and white
screen.
3. Theory:
a- Diffr
Name: Mohamad Nabih El Houshiemy
Date: 18/5/2012
Course: English 203
Instructor: Rima Shadid
Assignment: Essay 2
The Sick Notion of Honor
Historians believe that violence against women is not a modern issue, but a
phenomenon that is greatly is tied to the
Phys 204L
The Heat Engine
Purpose: In this experiment, the ideal gas laws will be studied. In part I, Boyles law will
be investigated and in part II, we study a simple thermodynamic heat engine that takes a
fixed quantity of gas through a cyclic process c
Grade:
Date:
Physics 204L
Heat Engine
NAME: _ SECTION: _
P_NAME: _ INSTRUCTOR: _
Experimental procedure:
Part I: Boyles Law
Temperature=
Diameter= (32.5 + 0.1) mm
Cross-sectional Area of cylinder A = () m
Piston position x (mm)
100
95
90
85
80
Gas Pressur
Formulas
The deformation of solids
Density and pressure
Variation of pressure with depth
Buoyant forces and Archimedes principle
Fluids in motion
Surface tension, capillary action and viscous fluid flow
,=
(1poise= 0.1 N.s/)
Transport phenomena
Thermal ex
Formulas
The deformation of solids
Density and pressure
Variation of pressure with depth
Buoyant forces and Archimedes principle
Fluids in motion
Surface tension, capillary action and viscous fluid flow
Transport phenomena
Thermal expansion of solids and
Nahas 2
The European Union at a Crossroad, or Crisis
101
Thesis:
In order to overcome the sovereign debt crisis, instead of unraveling the European Union,
its leaders should solidify its principles and accentuate its regulations, which on the long
run wou
Assigned Questions - Discussion Question Rubric
Evaluation Criteria
Advanced
Critical Thinking
Response to Other
Students and
Instructor
Timeliness and
Mechanics
Proficient
Beginnings of
critical thinking
Clear evidence of critical
Postings tend to
thin
9.124 The study involves two tests of hypothesis.
First, we must test to determine that the cure rate of the new therapy is not lower than that of the old therapy. Let p
be the proportion of all patients cured with the new therapy.
Step 1: H0: p = .60, H1
8.104 n = 25, = $685, s = $74, and = = 14.80
df = n 1 = 25 1 = 24, /2 = .5 (.99/2) = .005, and t = 2.797
The 99% confidence interval for is
t = 685 (2.797)(14.80 )= 643.60 to 726.40
8.105 n = 18, = 24 minutes, s = 4.5 minutes, = = 1.06
df = n 1 = 18 1 = 1
Solution Selected problems Chapter 5 :
5.104 Let x denote the number of the 12 new credit card holders who will eventually default.
Then x is a binomial random variable with n = 12 and p = .08. a. P(exactly 3) = P(x = 3) = nCx px
qnx = 12C3 (.08)3(.92)9 =
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Al Danaf, Nader N.
El Boukhari, Noor J.
Sarieddine, Aseel S.
5 11F
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El Houshiemy, Mohamad Sabra, M.
Nabih Mohammad H.
Feghali, Karen K.
7 11F
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Eid, Anna Maria E.
Hussein Kamareddine, Mohamme
Phys 204L
Bernoullis Law.
1. Object:
To experimentally verify Bernoullis law for fluids, and to apply it in order to determine:
(a) the air density and (b) the drag coefficient of a spherical object.
2. Equipment:
Fan set with support, Venturi tube, preci
Date:
Oct.24,2008
.
Bernoullis Law
Name: Hind Alameddine
Section:
4
.
Partners Name:
Sehrish Asghar Abbasi.
.
.
A) Drag Coefficient
What happens when you give the ball a gentle sideways push? Why?
When we slightly gave the ball a push, the ball deviated a
Date:
Section #:
Physics 204L
Bernoullis Law
Name:
Partners Name:
A) Drag Coefficient
What happens when you give the ball a gentle sideways push? Why?
.
.
.
Recorded air velocity =
Air density = 1.3 kg/m3
Ball cross-sectional area =
Ball mass =
Calculated
BEING safe is smart, for a safe practice in laboratories follow these
basic rules ®ulations:
DO :
1.
Lab coat is a MUST in the physics lab.
2.
Wear appropriate eye protection (minimum safety glasses).
3.
Keep your work places clean.
4.
Keep exits and p
AGSC 201
Fall 2012 -13
R evised Schedule of Lectures and Speakers
Date
September M
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M
W
October
M
W
M
W
Dr. Adib Saad
15
Dr. Yousef Abou Jawdah
W
M
W
December
10
M
November
8
Speaker
Dr. Adib Saad, Coordinator
Dr. Isam Bashour
Ms. Rana Sawaya
Dr. Kant Ka
Thanks to Hagop M. Harfoushian
1) Atwoods machine:
A. Formulas:
A.a.
A.a.i.
A.a.ii.
B. Procedure:
a=
x=
g sin
Use sin = y and a=x to plot the curve. g is the slope of the curve. Use linear
regression to find its error.
B.a.
C. Additional Notes:
C.a.
When
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF BEIRUT
Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Department of English
Syllabus
English 204 Advanced Academic English
writing-intensive, process-oriented undergraduate research course (3 credit hours)
Section .
Fall Semester 2012-13
Pre-requisi
English 203 Essay 2 topics
Argument
Choose one of the following topics and write a well-organized argumentative essay:
1. Write a persuasive essay in which you discuss what constitutes identity. Is identity
determined by the country one lives in? Do peopl