Celsius Essays

  • Pond Ecosystem Lab Report

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    Pond Ecosystem Investigation Lab report By: Harshal Buradkar 9 grade Introduction A pond ecosystem consists of abiotic: light intensity of the water, depth of the water, and biotic: fish, plants, bacteria, algae, insects and etc. It also contains water and plants which is the most important part of the pond. Ponds are mostly shallow with the depth of 12-15 feet in which the sun rays can touch the bottom of the pond so that plants can grow. My aim is to find out how the plant cover affect the biodiversity

  • Persuasive Speech On Wildlife Conservation

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    Imagine you live in a world where there are no plants, forest, animals, or oceans all there is in where these things us to be is concrete, landfills of garbage, and buildings. This is what will transpire if we do not protect or wildlife, wildlife conservation is a very important situation as it helps keeps plants and animals off the endangered list. According to the World Wild Life organization there are twenty-six endangered animals and twenty-one critically endangered animals this is very overwhelming

  • The Importance Of Golden Rule In Society

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    Societies in America today do not imply the Golden rule to their everyday lives. This rule explains the karma effect that whatever you do comes back around to either break or make you. This applies to every aspect of life. The main aspects are showing compassion, building relationships due to loyalty, and overall respecting others. These crucial characteristics allow for a better way of life and to overall become better human beings socially while being religiously by obeying one out of the ten commandments

  • Thermodynamic Properties Of Exothermic Reaction

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    AIM Design an experiment to study a thermodynamic property of a chemical substance, a chemical reaction, a physical change or chemical phenomenon. BACKGROUND INFORMATION Standard enthalpy change of solution, ∆Hsolnø, is the enthalpy change when one mole of a substance dissolves in water to form a solution of infinite dilution under standard conditions.1 The standard enthalpy change can either be exothermic or endothermic. An exothermic reaction is a reaction where energy is released as a form of

  • Role Of Being Spoiled In America Essay

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    Everyone in America is proud of what they think that they have earned, but really they are only being oblivious to how spoiled they are. As is listed in the dictionary, spoiled means to harm the character of (a child) by being too lenient or indulgent. This definition is highly correct because of the way America is compared to a child. Spoiled simply means obtaining something that you do not deserve. America is known as spoiled, because of how oblivious they are towards the things they receive so

  • Literary Analysis: To Build A Fire By Jack London

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    Literary Analysis The short story To Build a Fire by Jack London is a story showing the determination of a man's desire to survive and his traveling mate his dog. During the story the man seems unworried about the cold and the frost that began to come across his body as he was going on his hike, however the dog who doesn't understand dangour can slowly start to show signs that something is going to happen. As the story begins to progress the man starts going into small panics after realizing his

  • Recrystallizing Benzoic Acid Lab Report

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    Purpose/Introduction The process of recrystallization is an important method of purifying a solid organic substance using a hot solution as a solvent. This method will allow the separation of impurities. We will analyze Benzoic Acid as it is dissolved and recrystallized in water and in a solvent of Methanol and water. Reaction/Summary In Experiment One we will be recrystallizing Benzoic Acid from water. In Experiment Two we will be recrystallizing Benzoic Acid using a solvent pair made up of Methanol

  • Persuasive Essay On Polar Bears

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    t - Biological conservation essay - Ursidae Currently there are 8 species of bear, six of these eight species are, at the moment, listed as vulnerable with the Giant Panda only very recently being removed from the endangered animals list. Bears can be found in various places all over the world, some being found in specific countries or areas while others are more widespread. This range in homes means different habitats and behaviours but also different threats to their populations, though they

  • Newton's Law Of Cooling

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    Law of Cooling Amy (Dohyun) Kim _10I Let’s say a 90.0 °C cup of coffee was placed in a refrigerator and after 4 minutes the temperature was measured to be 83.2 °C and in another 4 minutes it was measured to be 77.0 °C. In order to find out the initial temperature of the refrigerator and the time it takes for the coffee to cool down to 40.0°C, we will research about the Newton’s Law of Cooling rate and find a suitable model that describes the change in temperature over time. According

  • Essay On Temperature On Respiration Of Yeast

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    The Effect of Temperature on the Amount of Oxygen Consumed During Cellular Respiration of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Purpose: To determine the temperature at which baker’s yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) respires most efficiently in order to produce the best baked goods as possible when utilizing yeast. Research Question: How does temperature affect amount of oxygen used during cellular respiration of yeasts? Introduction: Respiration is process of releasing energy from organic compounds in order

  • Temperature Of Soup

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    gathered. The Initial Temperature of the Soup The table below shows the initial temperature of soup. Temperature of Soup 99°C Table 1. Initial Temperature of Soup The temperature of the soup that was put in different types of containers was 99 degrees Celsius or 99°C. This temperature made the soup that was used to boil. The soup used is a vegetable soup that was not that watery. Vegetable soup was chosen because it is easy to make and it was available during the experiment being performed. The reason

  • The Biological Temperature Of Catalase

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    solution (1). Most enzymes have a preferred temperature and pH range (2). The preferred temperature for catalase falls between the ranges of thirty five to fifty degrees Celsius (4). Temperatures that are too high denature the enzyme and halt the enzyme’s activity (2). Catalase denatures starts to denature at fifty five degrees Celsius (2). Reactions in the human body produce hydrogen peroxide as a product (1). Since hydrogen peroxide is poisonous to the human body, catalase catalyzes hydrogen peroxide

  • Piglet Observation

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    scavenger wants to sneak that piglet from the cage The figure 1 illustrates the daily maximum temperature over the 13 days period of experiment. The ambient temperature ranged of minimum of 16.7 degree Celsius to maximum of 35.4 degree Celsius. The minimum temperature of scavenged piglet was 8.2 degree Celsius and maximum

  • Enzyme Activity Level Lab Report

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    Objective: The purpose of this experiment is to determine the changes in activity level (if any) when enzymes are exposed to a variety of environments (in this case, temperature). Introduction: Enzymes are made up of a series of proteins known as amino acids. Enzymes are essential in almost all aspects of life. There are certain ways to identify an enzyme by the name for each, for example they usually end with the suffix -ase. For instance, amylase (present in saliva), lipase, or protease. Enzymes

  • Elodea Experiment

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    A total of two different exercises were preformed in the present experiment. A simulation of an undersea plant, Elodea in this experiment, was utilized to observe how strands of the plant respire in certain conditions. Four clean test tubes were obtained and filled to the brim with bromothymol blue (BTB); a neutral base with a pH of 7.0. Two tubes, one with an elodea strain, the other with just the BTB, were exposed to a bright light shining on them. The remaining two test tubes, one with another

  • Enzyme Experiment: The Temperature Of The Enzyme Experiment

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    would react best at, 35-40 degrees, because the enzyme in the liver wouldn’t exist after 40 degrees Celsius I know this because of this is the experiment that I have just carried out, as soon as the rate goes over every ten degrees Celsius the liver is warmed up but when it goes over 40 Celsius the rate of decomposition will slow it down, So reaching the highest Celsius in my experiment would be 60 Celsius so therefore the enzyme really wouldn’t exist. There for my enzyme activity would be at its greatest

  • Research Paper On Sea Urchins

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    The latest annual average temperature has risen up 0.99 degrees Celsius in 2017 from 1984. This is nearly 1 degree Celsius up from what normally environment and animals are accustomed to. One way humans found a way to protect him or herself is by using sunscreen. Sunscreen or sunblock is topical type of lotion used to prevent burning of the skin

  • Redox Reaction Lab Report

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    Introduction: Enzymes are proteins that function as catalysts, meaning that they increase the speed of a reaction without being changed themselves. The enzyme has two main jobs in a reaction that cause the reaction to increase. The first job is to bring substrates (the substances that the enzyme will be reacting on that bind to the active site in the beginning a reaction) together in an orderly fashion so that they can interact during the reaction. It’s second job is to decrease the energy needed

  • Equilibrium Chloride Affect The Temperature Of Water

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    average change in temperatures to the class averages to graph a bar graph comparing both of the averages. That’s the procedure on how to conduct the experiment correctly. The averages that my group received for zero scoops were 0.5 degrees Celsius, one scoop was 6.5 degrees

  • Difference Between Citric Acid And Baking Soda

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    about the same as the Mystery Mixture. The Mystery Mixture fizzed and bubbled and was slimy at first but as it sat for about a week it became crystallized. The temperature of the Mystery Mixture was 18.5 degrees Celsius then the Citric Acid and Baking Soda temperature was 18.7 degrees Celsius. This is how many groups think it is Citric Acid and Baking Soda is the Mystery Mixture. Other groups disagree and