Marc Pomi 10640098 September 16, 2009 Professor Johnson and Oatis Methylene Blue Procedure: Part A:
1. Obtain 25 mL samples of 10-4 M Methylene Blue solution in 3 Petri dishes.
2. To two of the samples, add 25 mg of TiO2. Immediately cover all samples and
Marc Pomi 106040098 11/11/2009 Professor Johnson and Oatis Enzyme Kinetics: The Hydrolysis of Nitrophenyl Phosphate by Alkaline Phosphatase
The standard parameters of Michaelis-Menten kinetics were established in an experiment that examined the hydrolys
Marc Pomi October 7, 2009 Professor Johnson and Professor Oatis
Photodegradation of Methylene blue
The demonstration of the ability of titanium dioxide to hasten to process of the degradation of toxic organic compounds was examined due to in
1 Marc Pomi 106040098 Professor Johnson and Professor Oatis 10/21/09 Heat of Mixing: Ethanol and Water Abstract The temperature change when known amounts of water and ethanol were mixed was determined to see the enthalpy change in an isothermal and isobar
How To Include Equations in Formal Reports
The following illustrates the proper way to include equations in a formal lab report.
1) Learn to use Equation Editor in Microsoft Word, of the equivalent functionality
CHE 303; version 9/21/10
Hot Cocktails or Cold?
The heat of mixing of ethanol and water
Water is the most important molecule to life, and its unique properties affect virtually all
of the processes that go on in organisms and the environmen
Introduction to Meaningful Measurements: Standardization of HCl and
the Determination of Sodium Carbonate.
Educational Learning Objectives:
1. To further develop quantitative skills in order to obtain precise results.
2. To learn how to re
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