7.Chillingworth says that Even if i imagine a scheme of vengeance, what could I do better for
my object than to let thee live believing his revenge would be the cruelest if he did not kill
Hester so that is this burning shame might still burn upon thy bos
Honors Chemistry Dec 8 -12
Monday Dec 8 Lab: ElectronConfiguration and the Periodic Table
Complete the webquest on Periodic Trends
Tues Dec 9 NO Class
Wed Dec 10 Explanation for the Periodic Trends
Thurs Dec 11 Periodic Table Thinking Lab. Homework Due
Ions or Molecules? Polymer Gels Can Tell
Purpose: To observe solubility properties of ionic and covalent compounds.
Beaker, scoopula or spatula, distilled water, plastic overhead sheet, graduated cylinder
Possible compounds: MgSO4, CuSo4, Na2CO
The purpose of this lab is to experimentally determine the equilibrium constant, Kc, for the
following chemical reaction:
Fe3+(aq) + SCN(aq) FeSCN2+(aq)
Analysis of Aspirin1
Frederick R. Wight
Manatee Community College
Acetylsalicyclic acid, aspirin, was synthesized from salicylic acid in CHM2045L
by the reaction in Figure 1:
Figure 1 Aspirin synthesis:
Ksp Conclusions In place of analysis questions 4-8 on the Lab sheet.
Go to Appendix A5.4. Look up the Ksp for calcium hydroxide.
Calculate your percent error.
State at least 2 sources of error in this experiment regardless of your accuracy.
CHEMICAL KINETICS (RATES OF REACTION)
Introduction Chemical kinetics is concerned with the dynamics of chemical reactions such as
the way reactions take place and the rate (speed) of the process.
particles must COLLIDE be
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Purpose To 1) properly use the terms that describe relative body positions,
body sections and body regions and 2) demonstrate the difference between
planes and sections.
Each group should
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In attempt to make a hula-hoop come back to you when thrown you give the hoop some extra spin. You throw the
hoop with an initial velocity vo to the right. You also give the hoop an initial angular velocity o. The hoop
1999E3. The nonconducting ring of radius R shown above lies in the yz-plane and carries a uniformly distributed
positive charge Q.
a. Determine the electric potential at points along the x-axis as a function of x.
b. i. Show that the x-component of the el
Investigation into series and parallel components
You should experimentally compare all results to the results of our original basic circuit.
I: SERIES RESISTORS: For either the charging loop or discharging loop add a
second resistor in series with the fi
Build the following circuit.
R = 12 k
Begin by using your computerized voltmeter (how can you measure current and Q with only a voltmeter?)
to measure parts of the ci
Kirchoffs Laws intro problems
For the following circuits.
1. Provide a sketch of the circuit, including an arrow and label for each of the different currents.
2. Recognize and write down the Kirchoff junction and loop laws that apply to the circuit.
CIRCUIT MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS
1994_28. Four identical light bulbs K, L, M, and N are connected in the electrical circuit
shown below. In order of decreasing brightness (starting with the brightest), the bulbs
A. K = L > M > N
B. K = L = M > N
2009M2. You are given a long, thin, rectangular bar of known ma ss M and length l with a pivot attached to one
end. The bar has a nonuniform mass density, and the center of mas is located a known distance x from the end
with the pivot. You are to d