ASSIGNMENT 1 GRADING RUBRIC
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Introductory questions are answered in a comprehensive manner.
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Additional policies are acknowledged.
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Data Set for Project 1
Maximum Temperatures by State
in the United States
for the month of August, 2013
Max Temps in August 2013
ASSIGNMENT 1 INSTRUCTIONS
This assignment serves as a short introduction for the instructor and also clarifies several policies
for BUSI 201. Answer the following questions. The answers do not need to be in sentence form.
1. Your nam
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Please complete the following information detailing the loan adjustments you would like to make. You will receive a revised award
letter reflecting your updated loan amounts. If the loan change encom
PHIL 201 Course Schedule
(FALL D-TERM 2016)
Foreman, Prelude to Philosophy, 2014
Hasker, Metaphysics: Constructing a World View, 1983
Dew & Foreman, How Do We Know?, 2014
Evans, Philosophy of Religion, 2nd ed., 2009
Course content may be changed, term to term, without
notice. The information below is provided as a guide
for course selection and is not binding in any form,
and should not be used to purchase course materials.
ECON 214 Course Syllabus
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If the molecule is arranged in such a way that the electrons are 1urery evenly distributed. then the molecule will be non
polar. If you can draw a molacule's Lewis diagram. its pretty simple to figure out whether it is or isn't polar:
For molecules that h
Week 3 Part 1 Full safety
Occupational and Lab Safety
Safety is integral to working in the chemistry lab and a part of every job you will do throughout life.
Legally and morally individuals are obligated to take certain measures to protect
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Week 10 Lab:
In this first part, we observed the reactions between metals in groups 1, 2 and water. It
can be seen that the reactions increase from group 2 to 1. The density is also greater
further down in the periodic table. The me
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It DOES Matter!
Iron is an example of a substance
that can be both essential and
toxic. The National Institutes of
Health recommend a daily intake
of 8 mg for adult males and
18 mg for adult females but also
point out that a 200-mg d
PRELAB Week 13 CHEM 105 Nylon and polymers
Read http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nylon and https:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polymer_chemistry . Then
answer the questions.
1. Compounds with repeating units are called _
2. Draw 1, 6 hexanediamine
Bluestone to bonattite to chalcocyanite (or Destroying a Blue Vitriol)a hydrate decomposition
To determine the percentage of water in a hydrate
Wear eye protection
Avoid touching hot crucibles
Avoid placing hot crucibles on lab
1. Safety I: Simple Intro
Safety is everyones responsibility in the activities of life. Unique precautions apply in each situation. In
most work places a safety orientation is given before employees may work. In science labs, students are
trained in activ
CHEM 105 Week 6 Prelab Hydrates
By reading the introduction and procedure and finding information on the internet, answer the
1. According the background for the lab, what is a hydrate?
a class of ionic compounds which have water as
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HOCH2CH=CH2 i OH i O
(Oil of cloves)
6. What's the difference
between natural and
Except for sucralose, which
structurally looks very much like
Week 4 MAKING ALUM CHEM 105
Safety: Wear eye protection and gloves. Potassium hydroxide (KOH) and sulfuric
acid (H2SO4) are caustic and will burn the eyes and the skin. Avoid breathing the
gas evolved and keep mixture under the hood initially. It may cont
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Prelab. CHEM 105: Soap Making with the cold process using canola oil.
1. List the four cautions mentioned for soap making.
2. What is the chemical formula for the lye used in our soap making today?
3. Draw the chemical formula for the este
Week 12 Lab report
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Stains are a normal occurrence in daily life. There are many ways to remove them using
water, surfactants, and oxidizing agents (hydrogen peroxide). For example, there are
three types of stains: ink, dirt, and chocolate;
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Data Titration of vinegar with lye solution
Record the data from the experiment below.
Mass of dish
Mass of dish with NaOH _
Mass of NaOH
Molarity of solution
(Show work below.)
) ldentify dietary carbohydrates,
and state their sources and
) Identify dietary lipids, and state
their function. (i 7.2)
) List the essential amino acids, and
explain why we need proteins.
) Describe some
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Prelab Bits and Pieces: The pH concept, Buffers, Redox
What topics related to acid-base concepts are explored for this lab?
What information will be learned about metals by observing redox reactions?
Explain why it is cor
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vegetable oils to produce semisolid fats is an important process in the fo
industry. The chemistry of this conversion process is identical to the hydrogei
tion reaction of alkenes described in Section 9.1.
Further Questions Ice Cream in a Baggie a practical application of physical properties of matter
1. What is meant by Freezing point depression and how does this relate to making ice
By mixing ice and salt, the freezing point of the i
SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES
DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
CHEM 105 (SPRING 2016)
ELEMENTS OF GENERAL CHEMISTRY
Dr. Nancy Richardson; Associate Professor of Chemistry
Science Hall, Room 117