A Experiment On Oil, Vinegar, And Laundry Detergent

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Discussion In experiment A, I accept my hypothesis that oil, vinegar, and laundry detergent contaminates the water’s texture, context, and appearance that create a disruption in the water cycle, nutrient, and chemicals that effect an ecosystem by disrupting the tropic levels which is essential for survival in living and nonliving organism based on the observation to the solution’s content and the filtration process in experiment A that is noted in Table A. The results in beaker 2 & 8 in Table A display by observation disruption in texture, color, and odor from pollutant like oil, vinegar, and laundry detergent. The results of oil in beakers 2 & 6 of Table A display a thick textured liquid with easy mobility, without sound, slight foul smell, tinted yellow, and no debris in content. However, content separates and remains indissoluble with a thick layer of 10 ml at the surface that’s noted by the observations. Therefore, water vaporization is effected by the 10 mL surface layer of oil. Water vapor influences climate and water cycle that’s vital for an biomes. According to textbook “Contemporary Environmental Issues” by Turk & Bensel (2014) reads, “water vapor is the most important of the so-called greenhouse gases (others include carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, and methane) that warm the earth by trapping heat in the atmosphere. Water vapor contributes approximately two-thirds of the total warming that greenhouse gases supply. Without these gases, the mean surface

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