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Side By Side Endoplasmic Reticulum
2,193 words... e detoxification processes by which enzymes act on chemicals and drugs to change their structure and reduce their toxicity. The smooth endoplasmic reticulum of skeletal muscle stores calcium ions that function in muscle contraction. The Golgi apparatus is composed of flattened membranous sacs, containing cisternae, that are stacked on each other like dinner plates. The Golgi apparatus modifies, packages, and distributes proteins and lipids manufactured by the rough and smooth endoplasmic ret...
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Hydrogen Peroxide Wastewater Treatment
965 wordsThere are many reasons why we need to treat our water, and there are also many different ways we can treat our water. Water is very important to our survival. Regulations are set so that our water is healthy for us to drink. Without those regulations there could be things in our water to cause us to be sick. Some problems in parts of the country are heavy metals. One of the best ways to see if you have heavy metals in your water is to have a lab test your water. Turbidity can also be a problem. ...
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Nucleic Acids Hydrogen Peroxide
2,152 wordsSeveral rare electrophoretic variants of red cell catalase were identified by Baur (1963). Nance et al. (1968) also described electrophoretic variants. Data on gene frequencies of allelic variants were tabulated by Roychoudhury and Nei (1988). Wieacker et al. (1980) assigned a gene for catalase to 11 p by study of man-mouse cell hybrid clones. In the hybrid cells, detection of human catalase was precluded by the complexity of the electrophoretic patterns resulting from interference by a catalase...
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2 H 2 O Carbon Monoxide
1,607 words1. State the five assumptions of the Kinetic-Molecular Theory of gases. a) Gases consist of large numbers of tiny particles. These particles, usually molecules or atoms, typically occupy a volume about 1000 times larger than occupied by the same number of particles in the liquid or solid state. Thus molecules of gases are much further apart than those of liquids or solids. Most of the volume occupied by a gas is empty space. This accounts for the lower density of gases compared to liquids and so...
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Concentration And Reaction Rate
1,776 wordster> How concentration affects reaction rate. The aim of this investigation is to see how the concentration of a reactant in ratio to the reactor affects the rate of a reaction. When hydrochloric acid and Thiosulphate react together sulphur is liberated this means that as the reaction goes on the solution will become yellow and will change from being transparent to translucent to opaque. The sulphur is formed as a solid but not in the usual precipitation way. Na 2 + S 2 + 2 HCL 2 NaCl+...
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H 2 O 2 O 2
709 words(H 2 O 2), a colourless liquid usually produced as aqueous solutions of various strengths, used principally for bleaching cotton and other textiles and wood pulp, in the manufacture of other chemicals, as a rocket propellant, and for cosmetic and medicinal purposes. Solutions containing more than about 8 percent hydrogen peroxide are corrosive to the skin. First recognized as a chemical compound in 1818, hydrogen peroxide is the simplest member of the class of s. Of the several processes of manu...
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H 2 O 2 O 2
828 wordsPurpose - The purpose of this lab is to use a chemical titration to measure and them calculate the rate of conversion of hydrogen peroxide (H 2 O 2) to water and oxygen gas using the enzyme catalase. Hypothesis - The rate of enzymatically-catalyzed reactions can be determined by taking time reactions at different time intervals. When the rates are plotted on a graph, the rate of the reaction is the slope of the linear portion of the curve. To determine a rate, any two points on the straight-line...
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White Blood Cells Endoplasmic Reticulum
1,733 wordsThe studies of Robert Hooke 1665 into a plant material would allow the determination of a pore like regular structure surrounded by a wall of which he called cells this in itself unbeknownst to him, was the discovery of the fundamental unit of all living things. In 1838 a botanist called Schleiden derived the theory The basic unit of structure and function of all living organisms is the cell. Over 150 years later this can be regarded as one of the most familiar and important facts within the bio...
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Hydrogen Peroxide Degrees Celsius
539 wordsCatalase Which Is Found In The Liver' Introduction: Enzymes are biological catalysts. They speed up the chemical reactions which go on inside living things. Without them the reactions would be so slow that life would grind to a halt. Enzymes work by when a substrate molecule bumps into a molecule of the right enzyme, it fits into a depression on the surface of the enzyme molecule. This depression is called the active site. The reaction then takes place and the molecules of product leave the acti...
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Hydrogen Peroxide Skin Care
1,831 words... products. (Ballantyne). Meanwhile, hair dyes has become popular nowadays. Just as in any kind of dyeing set-up, the time element needs to be properly observed. Take for instance, the ammonia dye solution and the hydrogen peroxide. When these two are mixed together and applied to the hair, certain chemical processes happen. The ammonia in the mixture now causes the hair to swell. The cuticle scales will also undergo the change of separating a little bit. When this happens, the dye precursors ...
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Control Of Blood Glucose Levels
1,253 wordsControl of Blood Glucose Levels Homeostasis is the mechanism for keeping your internal conditions constant. Homeostatic control of blood glucose can be made using insulin. It decreases blood sugar concentration making it about 80 - 120 mg of glucose per 100 ml of blood during fasting Insulin is the only hormone that decreases blood sugar level. The presence of insulin causes a cells membrane to be more permeable to glucose; this causes blood sugar level to drop in the blood. Homeostatic control ...
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Hydrogen Peroxide Chemical Imbalance
1,140 wordsThe music vibrates throughout your body. Everything you perceive or imagine pulsates in unison to form the collective conscience. Every thought, feeling, and your existence as a whole become euphoric and connected. You love and understand everything as never before. Why does this have to end after a few hours? Why can it not be real? This is your body on MDMA (Ecstasy). Also known as Adam, E, and the love drug, Ecstasy has almost become synonymous with thoughts of druggie teenagers dancing at al...
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Hydrogen Peroxide Graduated Cylinder
1,654 wordsSituations That Govern the Pace of an Enzymatic Reaction: Enzyme Concentration, Temperature, and phone Saunders BSC 1010 C; T, R: 11: 50 - 12: 05 Lab: T: 12: 15 - 3: 05 INTRODUCTION: An enzyme is any one of many specialized organic substances, composed of polymers of amino acids that act as catalysts to regulate the speed of the many chemical reactions involved in the metabolism of living organisms. The word enzyme comes from the Greek phrase? en yeast? . Many scientists who studied enzymes in t...
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Hydrogen Peroxide Test Tube
320 wordsHow does this Enzyme effect on this Biochemical Reaction? Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to discover the effects that certain enzymes have on chemical reactions. Were studying organic chemistry specifically, cells and proteins. The building blocks for proteins are enzymes and what better way to understand how they work than to watch them catalyze a reaction. Hypothesis: None really, just that we predict reactions in all of the test tubes except in test tube four where you sprinkle sand int...
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Hydrogen Peroxide Hydrochloric Acid
326 wordsFactors affecting reaction rates: Work to be done: Find out what factors that effect a reaction by experiment. Chemicals and apparatus: Spoon Test-tubes Water Beakers Glowing splint Citric acid, Magnesium powder, Mg Hydrochloric acid, HCl Zinc, solid and powder Acetic acid, HAc Diluted hydrogen peroxide MnO 2 Lab: Lab 1: First I mixed equal volumes of citric acid and magnesium powder. At first there was no reaction. I then added some water, and there was a reaction. Lab 2: I poured the same amou...
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Sulfuric Acid Nitric Acid
11,285 wordsPreparation And Mechanisms Of High And Low Preparation And Mechanisms Of High And Low Grade Explosives EXPLOSIVE FORMULAS Once again, persons reading this material should never attempt to produce any of the explosives described here. It is illegal and extremely dangerous to do so. Loss of life and limbs could easily result from a failed (or successful) attempt to produce any explosives or hazardous chemicals. These procedures are correct, however many of the methods given here are usually scaled...
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Measuring Cylinder Reaction Rate
3,430 wordsHow concentration affects reaction rate. The aim of this investigation is to see how the concentration of a reactant in ratio to the reactor affects the rate of a reaction. When hydrochloric acid and Thiosulphate react together sulphur is liberated this means that as the reaction goes on the solution will become yellow and will change from being transparent to translucent to opaque. The sulphur is formed as a solid but not in the usual precipitation way. Na 2 + S 2 + 2 HCL 2 NaCl+SO 2 + S 2 +H 2...
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