1. What caused the French Revolution?
France was very often near bankruptcy in the 18th century, especially after French
support for the Americans against Britain. The bureaucracy was corrupt and ine
Voting Patterns Project
Video 1 (Jinran):
a young worker with little education in Scotland
Both of the parents are traditional workers and have low payments.
No strong religious background.
Look for higher salary
Is likely to vote to fight for a bet
Chinese Review Question
1. Is Confucianism basically government by political culture?
Confucianism is not a religion but a philosophy of governance. Confucianism suggests
that good, stable government resulted from correct, moral behavior in ruled and rule
Russia Review Question
1. What geographic disadvantage has Russia faced over its history?
Russia has few natural boundaries and is easy to invade from either the east or west,
although its size and harsh winters dommed the invasions of other countries. Fo
Germany Review Question
1. What were the First, Second, and Third Reichs?
The German word 'reich' means 'empire
First Reich: Holy Roman Empire, 9621806 later Holy Roman Empire of the
German Nation, also called Old Empire
Second Reich: German Empire, 18711
Naturalism & Creationism
What is Naturalism?
o Naturalism is the idea or belief that everything in the world operates in their natural laws
and there is a common rejection to the supernatural power li
Bridge Lab Reflection
The most critical factor to make the bridge building a success is to be able to understand
three common types of forces (compression, tension and torsion) that are involved in the bridges
Thing you must know
The role of abiotic factors in the formation of biomes
Feature of freshwater and marine biomes
Ecology: the scientific study of the interactions between organism and the environment
Date: November 29, 2015
Title: Laboratory Investigation: Biological Buffers
The alka seltzer, buffer pH 4, and chicken liver will have the best buffering abilities, the potato,
milk, and egg whites will only have moderate bu
Acid: Proton Donor [H+]
Base: Proton Acceptor
eg: pH for Water: 7=-log10[10-7]=-(-7)=7
2H2O H3 O+OHHCl (aq) H+(aq)+Cl-(aq)
pH of blood=7.35-7.45
Buffer in the blood to keep the pH in its range; resists the change in