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Measuring the Concentration of Carbon Monoxide Using Gas Detection Tube
Measuring the concentration of carbon monoxide using gas detection tube Introduction Gas detector tubes by definition are thin glass tubes with calibration scales printed on them whereby the concentrations of the substance (vapors and gases) that is…
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Determination of PSA Serum Levels Using ELISA
Determination of PSA serum levels using ELISA Introduction Pro specific antigen (PSA) is a biomarker for prostate and its physiological function is to liquefy post-ejaculation semen (Herschman, Smith, Catalona, 1997). PSA is present in semen as well…
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Visiting Saint Edward State Park
Report on the visitors at Saint Edward Park Report on the visitors at Saint Edward Park 0 Introduction Saint Edward State Park is a 128-hectare park situated in kenmor, Washington. It is part of the Washington state parks and was once a Catholic…
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What Factors Affect The Intensity Of The Color
INVESTIGATION: WHAT FACTORS AFFECT THE INTENSITY OF THE COLOR? Introduction The lab experiment goal performed during this experiment was to find out all the factors that affects the intensity of the color solution and how fun colors are that will aid…
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Gene Expression Levels of csy1 Gene
Lab Summary on Gene Expression Levels of csy1 Gene Introduction The science of measuring expression of a gene is a widely practiced technique in molecular biology. The technique is therefore when a snapshot is taken of the cell’s physiology under…
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2 D-Electrophoresis Separation of the Wheat Leaf Proteome
2 D-electrophoresis separation of the wheat leaf proteome College: Results In the experiment, the aim was to carry out a 2 D-electrophoresis separation of the wheat leaf proteome. There are two gels produced in the experiment, in figure 1 the gel was…
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Compression Testing
Laboratory Report on Compression Testing A sample of polymer, in a compression test, was tested for compressive strength and stiffness. The study was conducted with a Compression method from “BlueHill 3 tensile test program” at a test speed of…
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The Torsional Pendulum
The Torsional Pendulum Experiments were performed to measure shear modulus (G) of the metal by making it suspension wire of a torsional pendulum. The measurements were done by using dynamical method. It was experimentally found that period of…
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Polarimetry: Separation of racemic mixture phenylethylamine
Polarimetry: Separation of racemic mixture phenylethylamine Introduction: Enantiometers are the chiral molecules with same physical properties except the rotational direction of the plane polarized light. One enantiomer will rotate the polarized…
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The Bending of a Cantilever
The Torsional Pendulum Deflection of cantilever beam has beam measured by varying load and the length of the cantilever beam. The measured values of deflection were used to calculate Young’s Modulus (E) of steel. It was found that deflection of a…
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The Physical Properties of Metals and Their Corrosion
To determine the physical properties of metals and their corrosion This experiment involved testing the physical properties of metals including brittleness and their hardness. The experiment also involved determining the corrosion on the metal.…
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Ways of Assessing Body Composition
Body Composition Section Numbers Introduction There are various ways of assessing body composition. These include the circumference measurement method, body plethysmography, skinfold measurements and hydrostatic ‘underwater weighing among others. In…
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Osmosis as a Special Form of Diffusion
Osmosis: Permeability Introduction Osmosis, as a special form of diffusion, is the movement of water molecules from a high concentration area to a lower concentration area. The extent of solute concentration in solvent is referred to as tonicity.…
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Two Oxidation States of Vanadium
Lab Report: Two Oxidation s Of Vanadium Introduction Vanadium is mostly used to make alloys for tools, construction elements and engine parts. Amixture of vanadium and gallium can be used to produce superconductive magnets. In industry, vanadium…
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Respiratory Physiology Investigations
Respiratory Physiology Investigations Respiratory physiology investigations INTRODUCTION Breathing process involves the exchange of air to the environment. The air is composed of different mixtures of gases namely Nitrogen at 78%, oxygen at 21%,…
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Assessing Lower Canopy
Assessing lower canopy, LOD attributes Assessing lower canopy, LOD attributes Objectives To gain experience in the application oftwo transect sampling techniques. Point transect sampling for lower canopy vegetation and, Line intersect sampling for…
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Industrial Noise
Audiometry Industrial hygiene lab (SFTY 315L) Lab. Introduction Noise is described as any sound that is unwanted at a place and is normally produced randomly. Such sound is normally loud and unpleasant to the human ear and usually prevents one from…
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How Much Hydrogen Peroxide is in Bleach
Amount of Hydrogen Peroxide in Bleach Introduction The main use of bleach is to eradicate stains from cloth materials. Bleaching can be referred to as oxidation reaction in other words. For instance, some bleaches use ions as their oxidizing agents.…
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Aerobic Respiration
Topic: Lab Report Introduction Aerobic respiration is a type of metabolic reactions and processes which occur in the cells of an organisms to alterbiological energy from nutrients to adenosine triphosphate (ATP) to give out waste products. This…
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Pathogenic Strains of Microorganisms
Introduction Pathogenic strains of microorganisms are the causes of many infectious diseases including ailments such as typhoid, tuberculosis, gonorrhea, syphilis among many others. Bacterial infections may either be caused by Gram-negative or…
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Debate on Global Warming: Scientific Basis
Debate on Global Warming: Scientific Basis Global warming refers to the increase in the temperature of the earth's surface and troposphere. The term global warming is used interchangeably with “climate change,” referring to the other climatic…
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Embryonic Development
LAR Introduction: For my Lab, I chose embryonic developmentbecause the applications of studying human embryo development is varied and since one of my career options is to deal in something similar, doing this lab work helped my concepts become…
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Increase in Heart-Rate due to the Effect of Push-Ups as a Simple Rhythmic Exercise
Increase in Heart-Rate due to the Effect of Push-Ups as a Simple Rhythmic Exercise. of the Lab TA: Lab Section Number: Group Group Members: Summary In the current study, two students were observed for changes in heart rate before and after…
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Cocaine in Money
The paper "Cocaine in Money" is a great example of a chemistry lab report. This experiment aims at finding out whether some money is contaminated with cocaine. Cocaine is amongst the money banned hard drugs due to its effect on the human system when abused. The drug, however, is always illegally circulating, with so many criminals handling it.…
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Effects of Reducing Sugars, Starch, Lipids and Proteins
The paper "Effects of Reducing Sugars, Starch, Lipids, and Proteins" is a great example of a lab report on chemistry. These series of experiments allowed us to see the effects of reducing sugars, starch, lipids, and proteins when they interest with different agents. …
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