This in turn does not add a greater gravitational pull downward due to the greater level of mass. Which means that the string has added tension, which pulls the cart faster in table number 2. How does the acceleration in Data Table 3 compare with that of Data Table 1? Why do we observe this difference? In data table 3 the rate of
Bottom Chamber gas: When you apply heat to the bottom chamber, the gas increases in pressure because of the evaporated molecules. More molecules in a space means higher pressure. This higher pressure pushes the liquid up the tube to a lower pressure zone. The molecules hit the liquid with so much force and hit it so frequently that the liquid is forced into another area that has molecules that do not hit it so hard or so frequently. Top Chamber
The Eadie-Hofstee kinetics graphs shows the value for Km at 37°C is higher than at 65°C, which supports calculations of Km and Vmax found from graphpad. Lineweaver- Burk can be used to find Km and Vmax however it’s inaccurate and outdated . Eadie hofstee is more accurate than the Michaelis-Menten as it has a linear relationship, thus it is prefered. From the values of Km and Vmax it can be concluded that trypsin is more efficient at 37°C. When the temperature is increased Km is larger therefore the affinity also increases but Vmax decreases so rate of product formation is lowered .However the data gathered is unreliable as the test was not
Both mole of HCL(the 2 moles of HCL and the 1 mole of HCL) have less energy , and thus when the 3 moles of HCL reacts with Mg, there is even more energy between the Mg and the HCL particles, so hence the rate of the reaction will be faster. Sources of Error: What could have been done is more trials to make sure
The atoms are slowed down my photons using the conservation of momentum. The photons are at lower energies than needed by the atoms for energy transitions. When the photon and atom are moving towards each other the energy of the photon looks more like the one needed for transitioning because of the doppler effect. The slowing down happens after many absorb and release actions by the atom, thereby losing momentum. Introduction of a varying magnetic field will shift the energy levels of the atom making it more probable for them to absorb the photons.
The volume, temperature and pressure exerted by a particular gas are highly dependent on one another. This is explained by several Gas Laws. Boyle’s Law states that when the temperature is kept constant, pressure of gas is inversely proportional to the volume. Relating this principle to molar volume, the higher the pressure, the smaller the volume the gas particles occupies. When the volume of the container enclosing the gas is reduced, there are more gas particles per unit volume.
What Hooke’s Law states is that small deformations of an object, the displacement, or size of the deformation is directly proportional to deforming force or load2. In basic terms the amount of force you pull is proportional to amount the object stretches or retracts. F represents force measured in Newton’s and is derived from the slingshot when the rubber is released from its final displacement. x represents the length of the total displacement of the rubber band before and after its release. k called the “spring constant” is the variable we are trying to find as well is the total of the stress made on the object.
The percentage of successful collisions may increase or decrease depending on the circumstances of the collisions. Collision theory, proposed by Max Trautz and further added to by William Lewis in 1918, is proven in the results. The greater concentration, or particles in a substance, increases the risk of collisions in a set time. However only a proportion of collisions result in successful chemical bonding. The increased number of particles leads to more collisions and increases the rate of successful collisions and therefore consequently decreasing the rate of
But it is not actually a single piece structure, but is made by welding several parts together. Advantages are that automation can be easily done, making it feasible for mass production. Since a large amount of metal is used in the construction, a Crumple-zone can be incorporated into the design. Disadvantages include its weight, due to the large amount of metal used. Space-Frame and a Monocoque are suitable for the current application.
3.1.3 Aquatic Environment – Density Water Density The balloon which is filled with helium gas weighs less than the air then it displaces. In other words, it is a lighter gas for the same volume, means it is less dense. Density of any substance is the weight of a specific volume and its unit is grams / liter or lbs / cubic foot. If wood is less dense than water it will float in the water. Density and Resistance It’s very difficult to walk in water than the air because water is so very much denser than air – it’s difficult to push aside – It’s easier to swim because it push the water aside.
With these long lasting materials, it helps to withstanding pressure and force that structural forms endure. These trusses are solid steel, which were specifically to withstand lateral loads, live, and dead loads like the Aluminum Kalzip roof. The members keep vertical forces in equilibrium by the forces, which are either compression or tension, and are mainly with the top/bottom chords. These structural elements of the trusses resist in triangular units in the truss. Another element is the elliptical columns contributing to the safety giving max compression strength.