Quiz: Viruses Ch 27 Student_
_1. Can a virus be killed?
A. Yes, destroying its genome kills it.
B. No, viruses are capable of self-assembly and cannot be permanently killed.
C. Yes, separating the genes from the capsid kills it.
D. No, viruses are non-liv
AP Chemistry Practice Exam 2 331
Answers and Explanations for Exam 2, Section |
1. BThis is-a hydrogen bond, which is stronger
than a dipoledipole force (C) or a London dis-
persion force (A and D).
2. CThis will lower the concentration
Method of Initial Rates
How can you use rate data to determine the order of a reaction?
In most cases, the rate law for a chemical reaction cannot be derived theoretically. If the reaction is a
multistep reaction, the rate law does not corre
How are the variables that describe a gas related?
lmagine buying a balloon bouquet at a party store. How will the helium gas in the bouquet behave if you
carry it outside on a hot summer day? How will it behave if you carry it outsi
How can a solution neutralize both acids and bases?
Buffer solutions are a mixture of substances that have a fairly constant pH regardless of addition of acid or
base. They are used in medicine, industry and manufacturing to keep the pH
Note: Proceed to Questi
HCH3COO (aq) + H20 9 H3
onization of a weak
How is the i
on Ion Effect on Aci
acid affected by other ion species in solution?
1 Weak Acid Equilibrium
in these tables until instructed to do so.
Electrochemical Cell Voltage
How do changes in concentration within a cell change the voltage of the cell?
Batteries are simply electrochemical cells in a com
1.5-volt, but are these voltages reliable? Does the
runs towards equilibrium? Can an elect
Riedel 2 - Gases in a Flexibie Container
Adin more as
( g g ) 5 2
Volume = 1 unit Volume : 2 units Volume : 3 units
External pressure = 1 arm External pressure : 1 arm Externa pressure 2 1 arm
Internal pressure : 1 arm Internal p
Chemistry POGIL Activity
Adapted, with permission, from POGIL activity written by Julia Hodgson, Georgetown High School, Georgetown, TX
Topic: Measurement: Scientific Mathematics
Unit Dimensional Analysis Activity
In this activity
Solution Saturation and Temperature
How does KBr dissolve in different temperatures
Purpose: Find which temperature dissolves the water the fastest,observe the solubility of KBr
as temperature changes
Background information When molecules are fr
1.exothermic-reaction with the release of heat
Endothermic-reaction with absorption of heat
2.the endothermic reaction was the sodium bicarbonate and indicator.
3.the exothermic reaction was the sodium bicarbonate, indicator, and calcium c
The most effective mode I learn in is watching someone show what i should do. For me
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Ionization Energy Atomic Mass
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Solvent and one or more solutes dissolved in the
Interested in aqueous solutions, where the solvent
When ionic compounds (salts) dissolve in water, ions
Surrounded by H2O molecules
NaCl(s) water Na+ (aq) + Cl- (aq)
CIW Lesson 3:
PLEASE HIGHLIGHT KEY TERMS AND FOLLOW
Internet connection methods
the Domain Name System (DNS)
A Day in the Life
Japanese Internment Camps
A 50-minute Lesson Plan on the Japanese Internment Camps
For a Sixth Grade United States History Class
(24 Students in the Class)
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CIW Internet Business Associate
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Following pages are for demo purpose only. Demo pages are randomly taken from full version.
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Lesson 4 Objectives
Identify the basic functions of Web
Install a Web browser
Identify the components of Web addresses
Describe the functioning of a Web browser
Identify considerations in selecting a
1. What icon is commonly used to indicate the email attachment option?
2. What is the difference between a computer virus and a worm?
a. A worm can replicate by itself, whereas a virus requires u
Electron Energy Levels
Transition Metals electrons
21 -30 Transition Metals
Electrons per energy level
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Basic Functions of Web Browsers
Some of the basic functions of web browsers are:
1. Providing a way for users to access and naviga
CIW LESSON 4
Basic Functions of Web
a way for users to access and navigate
Web pages properly
technology to enable multimedia features
access to Internet services (such as FTP
Periodic Trend Data for the first 36 Elements
(available online at http:/www.broadneck.org/wohlfarth1/periodic_table_standard_2013.html)
Explore and study the gas laws using Nite Labs and learn how to
graphically display data using excel.
Take an Erlenmeyer flask from the Containers shelf and put an airtight
stopper on the Erlenmeyer flask. Fill the Erlenmey
Explore acid-base chemistry, standardize an acid solution, learn how to
use indication in titrations, determine the acidity level of vinegar, reinforce
using volumetric methods for quantitative analysis.
1) Use a 250 mL be