Hesss Law Labs
By Austin Lee, Alayna Baron, Lily Zmachinski
Introduction - In order to calculate the enthalpy change for the combustion of magnesium oxide
(Mg(s)+1/2O2(g)-> MgO(s), we used a coffee cup calorimeter to calculate the enthalpies of of
Chapter 6 Rubenstein
KEY ISSUE 1: Where are religions distributed? (see map)
Religion is a belief system and a set of practices that
recognizes the existence of a power higher than humans.
Two main types of religions:
1. Universalizing at
Lab Quiz I
1. Look again at the chromatogram you completed in the previous exercise. Which of the
following is true for your chromatogram?
The Rf for carotene can be determined by dividing the distance the yellow-orange
pigment (carotene) migrated by t
Advanced Placement Biology
Directions: Selected response: Choose the one best answer for the questions below.
1) Two pink flowers (Rr), of the species Japanese four-oclock plant, mate. Assuming
incomplete dominance, the change of obtain
Photosynthesis can be measured by using a colorimeter or spectrometer. It
calculates the absorbance or transmittance through an object. In this experiment, a
colorimeter will be used to test the absorbance of the three solutions t
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1. Read the definition given to you
2. In the How Ill remember it column do one of the following
draw a picture,
make a connections such as synonyms or something th
Chapter 4 Questions:
1. Who is Nick? What is his job?
2. Why is the narrator hesitant to become friends with Ofglen?
3. How do the Handmaids get food for their homes?
4. Explain why the narrator truly enjoys the small amount of power that she has.
Classification of Languages
1. Indo-European Family- 50% speak it. (English)
2. Sino Tibetan Family- 20%. (Langs. Spoken by most Chinese)
3. Afro- Asiatic (Middle east)
4. Austronesian (Southeast Asia)
5. Niger-Congo (Africa)
6. Dravidian (India)
Preserving Lang. Diversity
1. Extinct Lang- no longer spoken by anyone for daily activities
- Ex. Lang. in Peru, Gothic
A. Hebrew: Reviving Extinct Lang.
2. Has been revised and made official Lang. of Israel
B. Celtic: Preserving Endangered Lang.
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Chemical change: how far, how fast?
Chemical change occurs when the atoms that make up one or more
substances rearrange themselves in such a way that new substances are
formed. These substances are the components of the chemical reaction
system; those com
MATTER CYCLING IN AN ECOSYSTEM
1. How do you think the humans are affecting the planet?
a. Humans are moving more carbon into the atmosphere from other parts of the Earth system.
More carbon is moving to the atmosphere when fossil f
Phenylketonuria is a metabolic disorder that prevents the breakdown of the amino acid
phenylalanine. It is caused by recessive gene that is located on the 12th chromosome.
Phenylalanine will buildup in the blood and tissues if controlled by a
Enzymes are biological catalysts.
a. Relate the chemical structure of an enzyme to its specificity and catalytic activity.
b. Design a quantitative experiment to investigate the influence of pH or temperature
on the activity of an enzyme.
c. Describe what
General Characteristics of Viruses (pp. 370371)
1. Depending on ones viewpoint, viruses may be regarded as exceptionally complex
aggregations of nonliving chemicals or as exceptionally simple living microbes.
2. Viruses contain a single ty
AP Human Geography Models
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Carl Saur came up with what?
There are 11 hearths that diffused agricultural
Includes South, Arcadia, Gulf, SOuthwest,
AP Human Geography Models & Theories
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3 main eras of
1) colonial from england/africa, 2) 19th
century from europe, 3) recent from LD
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Key Issue 2: Why are consumer services distributed in a regular pattern?
Central Place Theory (Walter Christaller)
- Central pace = a market center for the exchange of goods and services by people
attracted from the surrounding
Key Issue 3: Why do business services locate in large settlements?
I. World Cities
A. Ancient World Cities
1. Earliest Urban Settlements
- After the fall of the Roman Empire, urbanization was halted for some time but when it
resumed, certain cities emerge
Key Issue 3: Why Do Industries Have Different Distributions?
Site Factors=result from the unique characteristics of a location (Land, labor, capital=
Situation Factors=involves transporting materials to and from a factory (want low costs)
Key Issue 2: Where is Industry Distributed?
Northeast= has raw materials(iron, coal)
A. Industrialized areas within North America
1. New England
- Southern New England is oldest industrial area in NE US
- Industrial center=late 1800s/ kn
Chapter 13 Urban Patterns
I. Key Issue 1: Where Have Urban Areas Grown?
1. Increasing Percentage of People in Cities
a. People living in cities (percent)
1) 1800 3%, 2010- 51%
b.MDCs 75% of people
c.LDCs 50% of people
2. Increasing Number o
Chapter 7 Rubenstein
Key Issue 1: Where are ethnic groups distributed in the USA?
1. Ethnic indicates nationality
A. Ethnic group A group of people sharing a common
ancestry as well as cultural traditions of a particular
homeland or hearth
Religion Versus Government Policies
A. Religion Versus Social Change
- LCDs- participation in economy/culture expose people to values from MCDs
1. Taliban versus Western Value
- Afghans welcomes them (b/c of corrupt war lords), U.S.(defenders)