Lab Report #4: Effect of Concentration and Temperature
on Reaction Rate
Part I:
1. rate = S / t
ln S / t
ln S ln t
ln S ln t
ln t
ln t
= k[S2O32-]m
= ln k[S2O32-]m
= ln k + ln [S2O32-]m
= ln k + m x ln [S2O32-]
= m x ln [S2O32-] + ln k ln S
= m x ln [S2
University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Electrical Engineering Fundamentals (ENGR2200U)
Fall 2009
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Course Instructor: Dr. Anand Dersingh
Laboratory Instructor/Teaching Assistan
ENGR 2200U ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS
PRE LAB 2 - VOLTAGE AND CURRENT DIVIDERS, WHEATSTONE BRIDGE,
BASIC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS
1. For the circuit in Figure 2-1 with an input voltage V1 of 10V, a fixed R1 resistor of 10 k and
for each value load resist
CHEM1800U
Summer 2013
Lori Van Belle
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Term Test 1
July 17, 2013
Write your name above. Do not open the exam until the start of the exam is announced. The exam is
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University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Electrical Engineering Fundamentals (ENGR2200U)
Fall 2009
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Course Instructor: Dr. Anand Dersingh
Laboratory Instructor/Teaching Assistant: Mr. Munish Multani
Laborat
Laboratory 6:
6.1
Steady state AC circuit analysis
Introduction
In this laboratory, we will investigate the behaviour RLC circuits with sinusoidal signals in terms of their basic
characteristics, frequency response and equivalent impedance.
6.1.1
Objectiv
CHEMISOOU Summer 2013 Term Test 2
Lori Van Belle August 7, 2013
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1. Calculating for the P(gases) in kPa:
P(gases) = P(atm) (height(mm)/10339 * 101325
we are given P(atm) = 100031 Pa , Measured height of water column=29.4cm=294mm
solving for P(gases) = 100031 (294/10339 )* 101325 = 97150 Pa = 97.150 kPa.
2. During the e
Laboratory 1:
Lab Equipment Familiarity, Measuring Voltage and
Current, Verification of Ohms and Kirchoff's Laws
The electrical engineering fundamental laboratory consists of 12 identically equipped individual laboratory
workstations. Each workstation inc
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Using the laboratory template provided, indicate the locations of:
a. The fire extinguisher(s)
b. The eyewash station(s)
c. The first aid kit
d. The fire blanket
e. The spill kit
2. List five (5) restrictions and / or requirements for clothing in a chemis
UOIT
Faculty of Science
Winter 2013
CHEM 1800U: Chemistry for Engineers
CRN 70067
Lectures:
Tuesday
8:10 9:30 am
UA 1350
Friday
9:40 11:00 am
UA 1350
Instructor: Lori Van Belle
Office: UA 4061
Email: Please ask specific, course c
Section 2: Short Answer Questions (25 marks) Write your answer in
the space provided - use the back of the pages if you require
additional space all final answers must be in PEN
1) For the following reaction:
8203 (5) + 6HF (I) 92BF3 (g) + 3HZO (I)
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TERM TEST 1
CHEM 1800U, February 3, 2006
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MATH2860 STUDY SESSION
1. In the questions below, clearly fill in the circle corresponding to the correct statements.
a) Which of the following statements is TRUE regarding the eq
Lecture 2_ Decay Kinetics and Radioactivity
Remainder:
We are still here
Definition
Activity
Radiation
Interaction
Radiation
Detection
Radiation Protection / Radiological and Health Physics
Quantification
Dosimetry
Radiation
Protection
1
NUCL2950/RADI 210
Module 1_ Introduction and Fundamentals
This lecture presents an introduction and and a review of some definition and
fundamental concepts.
In this lecture, we will examine the following:
Course Content Overview
Historical Background
Atomic structure and