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My products are: Personal Hygiene: Colgate toothpaste Household Cleaning: Lysol

My products are: Personal Hygiene: Colgate toothpaste Household Cleaning: Lysol PROJECT Many of the day-to-day products we use for home maintenance, personal hygiene and health care are the result of tremendous investments of research time and money to create products that serve a useful and/or desirable purpose. There is a whole realm of chemistry called “industrial chemistry”, where professional and highly trained scientists apply the principles of chemistry to the development and refinement of consumer goods.  In this project your…

1) In Kera Yoshishige’s accounts of the life and lifestyle of Ryōkan, what do yo

1) In Kera Yoshishige’s accounts of the life and lifestyle of Ryōkan, what do you notice about the selection of moments? Do they give a cohesive picture of Ryōkan? What picture is evoked for you of this Zen master?  2) What do you make of entry #57? Why would Kera Yoshishige feel obligated to include this advisory in his account? What does it do for you, the reader, if anything?  3) How is Ryōkan’s itinerant life represented in his poetry?…

DO NOT IMPROVISE THE DATA or Ionic equations! Part 1 – Use data as provided in d

DO NOT IMPROVISE THE DATA or Ionic equations! Part 1 - Use data as provided in document. - Write out all calculations & answers to four significant figures. Part 2 -  Include all the net ionic equations  from table used in worksheet - Use data table in worksheet for identifying anions in unknowns - Show all the ionic equations from Table 1 (attached files), and the equations for positive reactions for unknowns (Table 2).

Which of the following statements is NOT true of an atom that it is composed of

Which of the following statements is NOT true of an atom that it is composed of extremely small particles that are too small to be seen with an optical microscope and that size at the atomic level is measured on the nanoscale. There are three basic particles in the atom (proton, neutron, and electron). The Proton is Positive, the neutron is negative and the electron is neutral  The atom is the basic building block of all matter.

Objective: Organize your thoughts and the main points of your research for your

Objective: Organize your thoughts and the main points of your research for your final presentation Assignment Instructions: To help you complete Assignment 3: The Presentation, you will first submit an outline to organize your thoughts and main points. Your outline should be formatted a specific way and must contain the following elements as described below. To prepare for this assignment, I recommend that you do the following: Read these directions carefully. Review the sample outline provided to you below. Message…

Your lab report format is  attached below.  Please submit a single document with

Your lab report format is  attached below.  Please submit a single document with all the components  inserted within the document.  Please submit your report as a word doc  or pdf.  You will have two unknowns to analyze.  I have included information for each unknown in your individual feedback files.   Please attach a copy of the data table for the day of the lab. A copy of the data table is in the attachments.  The  Lab Report is an informal lab…

The goal of your Signature Assignment is to show that you can  compute propertie

The goal of your Signature Assignment is to show that you can  compute properties of solutions and analyze and interpret data. You will  create a PowerPoint presentation that shows the process of going  through an acid/base titration like you would if you were in a physical  lab. For the presentation: You will prepare a sample of an unknown acid to titrate using a  known concentration of base. You will set-up a burette filled with a  known concentration of base and…