January 6, 2017
6.06 Nuclear Reactions
Nuclear power is a powerful source of energy for a large city or a remote areas that
need a great supply of power. This type of energy resource is one of the most economical
sources of energy for the e
Bio Genetic Quiz #2 Study guide
1. Genes are always in pairs
2. Law of dominance-one gene can mask the expression of another gene
3. Law of segregation during meiosis gene pairs always separate
4. Law of independent assortment during meiosis
What are the Causes?
Fragile X happens when there is a mutation in the
Fragile X mental retardation gene which is
found on the X chromosome
Usually the gene would make a protein called
Fragile X mental retardation protein the
N&M News on FLVS at 7
By. Nikolas Gomez & Mathias Hurtado
In todays show well be discussing the dangers and everything
else you need to know about Carbon Monoxide poisoning, and
what you and your family can do to stay safe!
Carbon Monoxide Introduction
05.03 Gas Laws: Lab Report
Part I: Boyles Law
A sample of gas is trapped in a sealed container, which has a movable lid. Moving the lid up or
down will change the volume inside the container. You will use an attached manometer to
measure the pressure insi
Collaboration Assessment Guide
Please complete this four-part guide and submit it along with the collaboration assignment.
1. Collaboration lesson/task description: Describe the collaborative lesson or task you
completed in a paragraph consisting of five
05.08 Colligative Properties
Nikolas Daily News
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sooner or later especially if
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Choice 2: Ink Chromatography
Background Information and Research
1. Paper Chromatography is a method used to separate colored substances from each other in
order to analyze them. Chromatography can be used to separate mixtures like inks, dyes, and
Part I: Titration with an Indicator
1. Fill the 50-milliliter buret with a 0.25 molar NaOH solution.
2. Record volume.
3. Measure out between 20 milliliters and 40 milliliters of the unknown HCl solution.
4. Record volume.
5. The amoun
05.04 Collaboration Component
Carbon monoxide introduction:
Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless, colorless, non-irritant gas that can kill you. It is
becoming a more common cause of fatal poisoning all around the world.
How is carbon monoxide produced?
Candles on P side
Candles on R side
Ratio = Product / Reactant
Sum of Product = 277
Sum of Reactant = 213
Ratio = 1.07
06.05 Rate and Collision Theory
Investigation of the Rate of a Reaction
The reaction you will be investigating is the reaction that occurs when an Alka-Seltzer tablet is
placed into a given amount of water. Alka-Seltzer is an over-the-counter
06.03 Calorimetry: Lab Report