Critical phenomena

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  • Designing A 2x2 Factorial Design With 2

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    E-Prime. The drawings of the beetles are randomly generated based on twelve identifiable/critical dimensions. *The numbers 1-7 represent thickness of the line of the antennae and sets of legs. The specific function for line width/thickness on ePrime is cnvs.PenWidth which will create a line ranging from 1-7, 1 being the thinnest of lines and 7 being the thickest of lines. Figure 1 The Twelve Identifiable/Critical Stimuli Dimensions Six categories of beetle drawings were generated based on certain

  • Katherine Mansfield's Miss Brill Essay example

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    she is not important in society anymore. The use of emotional appeal emphasizes the lonely existence faced in the vision of Miss Brill. Another key characteristic of Miss Brill is her critical behavior. Miss Brill is extremely observant of the people and the environment in the park. Mansfield proposes her critical trait is related to her complete mental lack of companionship. Miss Brill observes very detailed things about people that others would not notice at first glance. “Wasn’t the conductor

  • Formulation, Testing of Hypothesis, and Experimental Design

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    Name: Joie Vincent R. Dagohoy Date performed: 07-01-13 Student Number: 2009-33281 Date submitted: 07-08-13 Exercise 2 Formulation, Testing of Hypothesis, and Experimental Design I. Objectives: a. to define diffusion and demonstrate this process in gases b. to cite molecular weight and time as two factors affecting the rate of diffusion c. to formulate a hypothesis on the relationship of each of these factors on the rate of diffusion d. to conduct and experiment

  • Experiment on Diffusion Potassium Permanganate and Methylene Blue

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    Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology College of Science and Mathematics Department of Biological Sciences In partial fulfillment of : BIOLOGY 101.1 (Scientific Paper on Diffusion) Submitted by : Diate, Kim P. (B.S.E Gen.Sci.1) Submitted to : Olive S. Anies, Ph.D ABSTRACT This scientific paper investigates my hypothesis that "Higher molecular weight produce faster diffusion". Diffusion is a process of equalization which involves movement

  • Correlation Between Surface Area / Volume With Sensitivity

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    Purpose The purpose of performing part I of this lab was to study the relationship between surface area/volume with regard to rate of diffusion. We used treated agar blocks to model artificial cells because their surface area and volume could be easily measured, and they visually show the amount of diffusion. By using blocks of different sizes (and with different SA: V ratios, we can compare the rate that diffusion occurred for each block. Background Information All molecules are constantly in motion

  • The Membrane And The Cell Membrane

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    Every living thing is made up of cells. Many cells differ in size or shape and have different functions that they are required to carry out to sustain life. A structural feature in cells is the plasma membrane, which surrounds the cell and protects it from anything dangerous around it. The plasma membrane is able to do this because it is selectively permeable. This means that the plasma membrane decides what comes in and goes out of the cell. This allows it to keep the important nutrients it needs

  • Diffusion and Right Beaker Essay

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    PhysioEx™ Lab: Cell Transport Mechanisms and Permeability Activity 1: Simple Diffusion Chart 1 Dialysis Results (Average Diffusion rate in mM/min) Solute Membrane (MWCO) 20 50 100 200 NaCl (—) 0.0150 0.0150 0.0150 Urea (—) (—) 0.0094 0.0094 Albumin (—) (—) (—) (—) Glucose (—) (—) (—) 0.0040 1) Which solute(s) were able to diffuse into the right beaker from the left? NaCl, Urea, Glucose 2) Which solute(s) did not diffuse? Albumin 3) If the solution in the left beaker

  • Physio Ex 9.0

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    ACTIVITY 1: Simulating Dialysis (Simple Diffusion) Answers 1. The molecular weight of urea is approximately 60. Which of the membranes can it pass through? a. 50 MWCO membrane b. 100 MWCO membrane c. 200 MWCO membrane d. Both the 100 and 200 MWCO membranes D. Both the 100 and 200 MWCO membranes 2. True or False: A solution containing glucose will diffuse faster through a 200 MWCO membrane if it is heated. True 3. The molecular weight of carbon C is 12; the molecular weight of hydrogen

  • Diffusion Of Osmosis And Diffusion

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    Osmosis and diffusion are two important processes in the human body that help in the functioning of cells and homeostasis, or maintaining balance within the body. Osmosis is the movement of water from a higher concentration to a lower concentration, and its purpose is to maintain stability between a solvent (water) and a solute. Diffusion is the movement of solutes down their concentration gradient, toward a lesser concentration of solutes, in order to pass a membrane, such as the lipid bilayer of

  • Investigating The Rate Of The Red Water

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    The aim of this experiment is to observe and record the rate of the blue water in the dialysis tube diffusing into the beaker containing different concentrations of salt over 20 minutes to see what effect the concentrations of salt has on the rate of diffusion. The hypothesized of this experiment is that the blue water in dialysis tube 3 will have a faster rate of blue dye diffusing into the salt water in beaker 3. Beaker 1 will have the slowest rate of blue dye diffusing from the dialysis tube into