Lab Report: Conservation of Energy
Answer each question, using complete sentences. When you have finished, submit this assignment to
your teacher by the due date for full credit.
Total score: _ of 25 points
(Score for Questio
Percent Water in a Hydrate
Introduction: This experiment is important because it allows us to know how much water is in a
hydrate. The expected results for this experiment includes 36.1% water in copper sulfate and
46.8% in magne
15 November 2016
Qualitative Analysis Lab Report
Introduction: Qualitative analysis is identification of the constituents these help to identify a
substance by identifying all the properties of the substance. The purpose is to observe re
8 February 2017
Introduction: The purpose of this experiment is to produce a "rainbow" of colors as you
demonstrate how hydrogen peroxide can be both an oxidizing agent and a reducing agent. An
oxidation reaction loses elec
Graphing and Analyzing Data
Hypothesis: If the spaghetti length increases with each piece, then the mass will also increase
with each piece because length and mass have a direct relationship.
Introduction: The purpose of this lab is to
The purpose of the lab is to observe the flame test of 6 known metallic chloride solutions
and use the information gathered from those tests to identify an unknown metallic chloride salt.
Investigating Error through Density
Introduction: The purpose is to perform appropriate measurements and calculate the density of
the given substances in order to positively identify them. Density is the quantity of mass per unit
4 November 2016
Naming Binary Compounds
Introduction: A binary compound is a chemical compound that contains two different elements.
The way to tell a reaction occurs includes if precipitate was formed, a change in color, smell, or
Pg. 37: 2-1 Displacement and Velocity pgs. 40-46
Monday, August 29, 2016
2-1 Displacement and Velocity pgs. 40-46
EQ: How can motion be described?
- What is onedimensional motion?
- How is onedimensional
- What is a f
Pg. 38: 2-2 Acceleration
Monday, September 12, 2016
Text Notes 2-2 Acceleration text pages 48-58
EQ: How can acceleration be added to our ways to describe motion in words, equations, and
- What is acceleration?
- How is acceleration
3.1 A and 3.1 B: Measurements Customary and SI Units
Monday, August 31, 2015
How are measurements
used in physics?
- Measurements in Physics
Standard Measurements in Physics
The basic measurements used in physics are commonly accepted as t
The Titration of Acetic Acid in Household Vinegar Lab
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
The Titration of Acetic Acid in Household Vinegar
10mL graduated cylinder
2 Plastic micro-pipettes
The Appropriate Solar Panel
Choosing the appropriate Solar Panel is vital for the most accurate and efficient result
you can possible get out of Solar Energy. Solar Panels are a key essential items that c
Darwin Presents His Case
What are the important parts of
Publication on the Origin of
Darwin filled notebooks with his ideas about
species diversity and the evolution process.
Darwin was stunned and disturbed by his
Evolution and Genetic Change
Gene Pool and Gene Frequencies
Gene Pool - All of the genes and alleles for a
population. For example, in a field of pea
plants the gene pool would be al of the alleles
for all of the traits of all the peas in the
16- 1 Notes
Genes and Variation
Genes and Variation
1. Many genes have more than one version.
What do we call different versions of a gene?
Review Basic Genetics
Patterns of Inheritance
Patterns of Inher
Ideas that Shaped Darwins Thinking
What are the important ideas that led to
New Ideas in Geology
Hutton Earth has changed due to
geological forces. Mountains, sediment
Lyell Geological forces have been
changing the earth
Diversity of Life
What is meant by the following statement?
There is a great diversity of life on Earth.
What happens to cause this incredible
Charles Darwin was well
He was very interested in Natural