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C 13 To C 12 Ratio
761 wordsI was at home minding my own business when all of a sudden and my bag got sucked back in time. I don't know or I can't explain really what occurred, but I found my self at the beginning of time itself. So I decided to make down my own thoughts and what I saw. Here is my journal entry. Date: No sure when (around 4.5 billion years ago) Time: Don't ask. There were volcanoes everywhere, there was lava pouring out from the earth in large quantities. Ash was flying around my very own head landing in m...
Good Buffer For Blood Most Carbon Dioxide
373 wordsBicarbonate: A good buffer for blood Most carbon dioxide generated during metabolism is transported in the form of bicarbonate ions, which result from the dissociation of carbonic acid formed in the red blood cells from the chemical union of carbon dioxide and water. Hydrogen ions from the dissociation are bound to hemoglobin and other proteins, serving to buffer the blood. The entire process is reversed when blood enters the lungs, allowing free carbon dioxide to diffuse into the environment. O...
Nylon Polymer 6
429 wordsTHE NYLON POLYMER WHO, WHAT, WHEN, AND HOW OF NYLON Nylon was one of the first commercial polymers ever developed. It was first invented by a team of chemists at the Du Pont de Nemours and Company research facility in the 1930's. This team was led by Dr. Wallace Hume Car others. The goal of nylon was to create a polymer that was easily made into fiber form. The first nylon polymer that was created was the nylon 6, 6 polymer. CHEMICAL FORMULA AND PROPERTIES OF NYLON Chemical formula for Nylon Pol...
Amount Of Acid In The Blood
336 wordsMany 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 main...
Reaction Between Calcium Carbonate And Hydrochloric Acid
1,139 wordsHow can we speed up the reaction between Calcium Carbonate and Hydrochloric Acid? Contents 1. Plan Aim Equipment Variable Factors Prediction Method Trial Run 2. Results Results Tables 3. Analysis and Conclusions Graphs Conclusions 4. Evaluation Accuracy Of Results Reliability Improvements Extending the Investigation 1. PlanA imI am doing this experiment to find out how I can speed up the reaction rate between calcium carbonate and hydrochloric acid. Equipment This is the equipment I will use: Ga...
852 wordsOrganic chemistry is the study of essentially all substances containing carbon. Organic compounds that contain only carbon and hydrogen are called hydrocarbons. The simplest hydrocarbons are the alkanes which contain only single covalent bonds. Methane is the simplest alkane. It is also the major component of natural gas. Methane contains only 1 carbon in the molecular formula and the structural formula. There is ethane which is 2 carbons, propane that is 3, butane which is 4, pentane which is 5...
Amount Of Acid And Amount Of Calcium
3,024 wordsPlanning Aim of experiment: The aim of this experiment is to investigate the rate of reaction of an acid with a rock. There are different factors that effect the rate of reaction between calcium carbonate (marble chips) and hydrochloric acid. The factor that concerns my investigation is the concentration of the liquid reactant, which in this case is the hydrochloric acid. The aim is to experiment and to observe how the concentration of the acid effects the rate of reaction between the limestone ...
Known As The Citric Acid Cycle
1,024 wordsCELLULAR METABOLISM AND FERMENTATION Glycolysis, the Universal Process | Anaerobic Pathways | Aerobic Respiration Glycolysis, the Universal Process | Nine reactions, each catalyzed by a specific enzyme, makeup the process we call glycolysis. ALL organisms have glycolysis occurring in their cytoplasm. At steps 1 and 3 ATP is converted into ADP, inputting energy into the reaction as well as attaching a phosphate to the glucose. At steps 6 and 9 ADP is converted into the higher energy ATP. At step ...
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