• Lab On Matter Thermal Equilibrium
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    I. Introduction A. Purpose: the purpose of this experiment was to determine if the distance between matter effects the time it takes for the matter to reach thermal equilibrium. B. Hypothesis: If the distance between the matter is decreased then the time it takes for the matter to reach thermal equilibrium will decrease. C. Science concepts: Temperature- measure of the motion of molecules Thermal equilibrium- when two pieces of matter are the same temperature Kinetic energy- energy of motion He...
  • Carbonic Acid Blood Body Bicarbonate
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    Many people today use exercise as a way to better their health and their lives, but the stress from exercising can put a strain on your body. As we exercise the glucose in our bodies break down and in turn produces CO 2 and H+ due to the body's metabolism become more active. At the same time, our muscles use up oxygen. Together these processes can cause a chemical change in our blood, which results in a drop in pH. This chemical change affects the homeostasis in our body. Homeostasis is the mai...
  • Ad As Model Of A Boom
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    Explaining a BOOM using the AD-AS model The Business Cycle or Trade Cycle is characterised by a regular cyclical pattern with four distinctive phases: the expansion, the peak, the contraction, and the trough. The peak, also known as the boom phase of the cycle is characterised by the following conditions: A reduction in the rate of investment spending, resulting from high business costs, falling business confidence and a lower expectation of profit. Relatively high levels of employment with shor...
  • Period Of Oscillation Spring Force Position
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    Harmonic Motion: The Spring Objective: The purpose of this experiment to study the simple harmonic motion of an object placed on the spring. Harmonic motion involves the principle of oscillation where the spring force is proportional to the spring? s elongation. This means that the further the spring was stretched, there was increase in the force in order to keep the spring extended. The experiment is divided into two parts. In the first part, I measured static equilibrium and in the second part...
  • Actions Of The Government And The Increase In Prices
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    Actions of the Government and The Increase in Prices The United States economy is currently producing at a level of full employment in long-run equilibrium. The government then decides to increase taxes and to reduce government spending in an effort to balance the budget. The results of the actions taken by the government is the decrease of real GDP. When taxes are increased that the amount of disposable income that is available to consumers is lowered. This lowered level of disposable income le...
  • Middle Ear Called Cells Membrane
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    The ear is an organ of the body that is used for hearing and balance. It is connected to the brain by the auditory nerve and is composed of three divisions, the external ear, the middle ear, and the inner ear. The greater part of which is enclosed within the temporal bone. The ear is looked upon as a miniature receiver, amplifier and signal-processing system. The structure of the outer ear catching sound waves as they move into the external auditory canal. The sound waves then hit the eardrum an...
  • Sociology Functionalism Theory Application
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    Tina Kinney Sociology 1000 Section E October 28, 2003 Theory application Paper The theory I have chosen for this theory application is Functionalism. Functionalism dates back to the 19 th Century and has been brought along and expanded on by many Theorists throughout its history. Technological advances and changing political events through out history helped to shape the functionalism theories of the 20 th Century European and United States Sociologists. In keeping with this Sociology 1000 class...
  • Test Tube Equilibrium Potassium Chloride
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    Experiment 36 Disturbing Equilibrium Aim: To observe the effect of a change in conditions on a system at equilibrium and explain the effects observed through Le Ch^atelier's principle. Equipment: 5 medium test tubes 1 test-tube rack 1 100-mL beaker 1 250 mL beaker 1 dropper pipet 1 spatula 1 50-mL graduated cylinder 1 white card, to record Materials: Saturated potassium nitrate solution, KNO 3 0. 1 M Iron (III) chloride, FeCl 3 0. 1 M Potassium thiocyanate, KSCN Potassium chloride crystals, KCl ...
  • Newton's Second Law Net Force
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    Newton's law of motion serve as the basis for all of physics despite the fact that all three of them are no more than a few sentences long. Newton's first, second, and third laws all hold implications on the concepts of equilibrium and work. Newton's laws of motion have an effect upon equilibrium situations. An object at equilibrium is either moving at a constant velocity, or stationary. At equilibrium there is no acceleration, no net force, and all of the forces are balanced. Newton's first la...