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2, substrate,

All of the info isin the Organic chemistry book by David Klein.
organometallics, conjugated systems, amines and sugars. (Ch 23, 16, 22, 24)
Option B: 4 points:+ All carbonyl reactions. (Ch. 19-21)
+All reaction related to aromatic reactions including EAS, SNAr, arenediazonium, but also coupling, and oxidation/reduction rxn on side chains (Ch 17-18)
The master list of reactions needs to include the following details:
1, name of reaction,
2, substrate,
3, reagents,
4, type of final product,
5, special details (stereochemistry/intermediate/solvent/temp), and
6, an example of the reaction.

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At least five pages written in times new romans or arial font with character size 12 and single spaced

at least five pages written in Times New Romans or Arial font with character size 12 and single spaced

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Explain how gases diffuse in an enclosed space?

#1:. Explain how gases diffuse in an enclosed space?
# 2.How do the simulations performed in the previous tracks help you better understand the behavior of the gas molecules in your balloon on an atomic level?
price is negotiable.
two questions to answer

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Explain how gases diffuse in an enclosed space?

#1:. Explain how gases diffuse in an enclosed space?
# 2.How do the simulations performed in the previous tracks help you better understand the behavior of the gas molecules in your balloon on an atomic level?
price is negotiable.
two questions to answer

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Can you determine that accurately?

Step 1: Planning
• Choose a water point in your area (e.g., a lake, pond, river, stream, artificial pond, well).
o If you don’t have access to this type of water source, you can test the tap water in your school or home.
• Formulate water quality issues for the target water point, for example:
o Where does this water come from?
o What are the risk factors that expose them to contamination?
o What human activities take place near this water point?
o How can we clean up contaminated water?
• Make an assumption about the quality of the water drawn from the water point you have chosen as well as about sanitation methods.
• Find reliable sources (more than one source should be used).
• Develops a protocol for filtering a contaminated water sample.
o Have it approved by your teacher before committing to the next step.
Step 2: Research and Experimentation
• Conduct research on the sources of contamination of water points of the same type as the one you have chosen and on the impact that human activity can have on it.
• Research methods to filter or clean contaminated water.
• Collect the material and products needed to carry out your experimental protocol of filtration of your water sample.
• Choose the ideal time to perform your experiment and to draw the sample of water to be analyzed.
• Take note of the exact location, date and time of your data collection, and weather conditions, if applicable.
• Take note of any difficulties encountered during your data collection as well as any other information you deem relevant.
• Proceed with the manipulation proposed in your experimental protocol.
• Record your qualitative observations of your water sample (before, during and after). Describe in detail what you can see with the naked eye or with a magnifying instrument allowing you to distinguish the finest details, if you have such an instrument.
• Records quantitative observations of your water sample (before, during and after) (e.g., tests pH and temperature).
Step 3: Analysis
• Find standardized data to compare your results with the literature.
• Analyzes and synthesizes information collected (e.g. process data, create graphs).
• Answer some questions based on your analysis:
o Why are some contaminants considered acceptable for health or the environment? Give an example.
o Where do you think these compounds come from that are possible to find in your sample? Can you determine that accurately?
o Does the use of home filtration techniques ensure the safety of the water collected?
• Demonstrates, based on examples, the impact of certain chemical compounds on water quality and on the conservation of the chosen water point.
• Draws a conclusion about contaminants and their source.
• Propose solutions to revitalize the chosen water point according to the contamination problems you observed there or propose solutions to maintain the safety of the water coming from this water point.
Step 4: power point
• Presents the information gathered during your experiment.
• Determine the method of communication you will use to make the local population aware of the conservation of the water point you have chosen or to promote its revitalization (e.g. local newspaper article, radio interview, city website post, open letter, social media campaign)
• Prepare your content based on your target audience and the mode of communication chosen.
• Uses the correct vocabulary associated with water chemistry and solubility, and populates concepts so that they are understood by your target audience (e.g. miscible, dissociation, neutralization, parts per million, parts per billion).
• Review your work before submitting

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One is to complete a lab report based on the lab manual that i will be providing, as well as videos that demonstrate the lab that is being “performed”.

One is to complete a lab report based on the lab manual that I will be providing, as well as videos that demonstrate the lab that is being “performed”. This is an online class so these videos provided will be the data and information that will be utilized for the lab report. I will be attaching pictures with requirements of the lab report as well as the pages from the lab manual that will be used in order to do the purpose, introduction, procedures, and table of physical constants. The results for this lab will be posted tomorrow afternoon, so it is okay to leave observations, data/results, discussion, and post lab questions until I provide the needed information for that. Yet the purpose, introduction, procedures, and table of physical constants need to be done by the deadline.
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One is to complete a lab report based on the lab manual that i will be providing, as well as videos that demonstrate the lab that is being “performed”.

One is to complete a lab report based on the lab manual that I will be providing, as well as videos that demonstrate the lab that is being “performed”. This is an online class so these videos provided will be the data and information that will be utilized for the lab report. I will be attaching pictures with requirements of the lab report as well as the pages from the lab manual that will be used in order to do the purpose, introduction, procedures, and table of physical constants. The results for this lab will be posted tomorrow afternoon, so it is okay to leave observations, data/results, discussion, and post lab questions until I provide the needed information for that. Yet the purpose, introduction, procedures, and table of physical constants need to be done by the deadline.
Youtube Video:

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Only the calculations for the 3 parts not the full lab report just calulations.

only the calculations for the 3 parts not the full lab report just calulations. ive attached sample calucaltion my professor gave.

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How will that modification improve the purification?

How would you modify this purification strategy to maximize the yield and
purity of LDH? (40 points, 1 page/400-600 words) Which steps in the original
purification strategy worked well, and which did not? What would you change to get
better recovery and purification of LDH?
Give each step/technique of your modified strategy and describe what is accomplished
by that step. You can change the parameters or way that any individual technique is
done. You can also change the order of the techniques used, remove a technique, and
even add a new technique that you have not performed. Just be sure that you can
provide a rationale for each step in your new purification strategy based on the
purification table data. How will that modification improve the purification? You should
provide numbers from your purification table in making your arguments here.
Keep in mind that the initial crude homogenate is not listed in the purification table, and
the clarified homogenate is given as the starting material. This is because the crude
homogenate is very difficult to work with; its turbidity interferes with the assays and the
LDH is rapidly degraded by proteases. Even though you didn’t measure it, you may
assume the initial centrifugation you performed to isolate the cellular fraction containing
LDH achieved a good degree of purification from the crude homogenate. You should
account for this in your new purification strategy.
Put some careful thought and consideration into answering these questions. You score
on this is based on the quality of your writing, including how well you make your
arguments and provide a careful rationale for your answers.

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Yet the purpose, introduction, procedures, and table of physical constants need to be done by the deadline.

One is to complete a lab report based on the lab manual that I will be providing, as well as videos that demonstrate the lab that is being “performed”. This is an online class so these videos provided will be the data and information that will be utilized for the lab report. I will be attaching pictures with requirements of the lab report as well as the pages from the lab manual that will be used in order to do the purpose, introduction, procedures, and table of physical constants. The results for this lab will be posted tomorrow afternoon, so it is okay to leave observations, data/results, discussion, and post lab questions until I provide the needed information for that. Yet the purpose, introduction, procedures, and table of physical constants need to be done by the deadline.
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