Suggested Formats: PowerPoint or Prezi presentations Model based presentation Poster presentation Creating video to demonstrate/show the topic Report in Microsoft Word Creating animation to demonstrate/show the topic Course Outcomes: 1. Apply the scientific method to propose a hypothesis and set up an experiment including positive and negative controls and appropriate units of measurement. 2. Predict the numbers of protons, neutrons, and electrons given the atomic symbol or limited information for a specific isotope of an element and relate them to atomic mass and charge. 3. Determine chemical names and/or chemical formula for diatomic or simple polyatomic compounds and draw a Lewis structure, construct a molecular geometry and determine the polarity for a covalent compound. 4. Balance chemical equations, calculate the molar mass of all compounds in the reaction and demonstrate how mole ratios play a role in stoichiometry. 5. Predict how a change in one or more of the parameters of a gas alters dependent gas parameters such as pressure, volume or temperature. 6. Calculate the concentration and volume of a solution given solute and solvent parameters. 7. Predict the properties of and identify reduction and oxidation agents as well as acids and bases by analysis of chemical formulas, chemical reactions, and solution pH values. 8. Differentiate the common classes of organic functional groups and identify the appropriate common or IUPAC names, applications, and chemical structures for simple organic compounds, 9. Differentiate between the types of radio-active decay at the subatomic level and provide real-world applications, sources, and risks. 10. Contrast the synthesis, composition, structure and functions of major biological macromolecules and Illustrate the process of flow of genetic information. Suggested Project Topics: Linking ADPIE/ADOPIE to the scientific method (CO 1) Chemistry and public health effects of the Flint River crisis (CO 6, 7) Isotopes in cancer treatment (CO 9) Uses of radioisotopes in imaging techniques and importance of these techniques (CO 2, 9) Use of radioisotopes in diagnosis and therapy (not including imaging methods) (CO 2, 9) Simple ionic compounds in healthcare and their uses (CO 3) Why certain molecules are able to cross the blood brain or placental barrier or skin while others are not (CO 8) Relating stoichiometry to dosage calculations (CO 4) Application of the ideal gas laws to gas canisters (CO 5) Acidosis and Alkalosis (CO 7) Tracking the functional group similarities between a series of synthetic drugs and the natural compounds they were based on (CO 8) Chemistry of therapeutic drug(s) and how they affect health/human body (CO 8) Chemistry of recreational drug(s)/chemicals and how they affect health/human body (CO 9/10) Use of polymers in clinical interventions (CO 8, 10) How vitamins and minerals/trace elements affect health/human body (CO 3) Chemistry of nutrition (CO 10) Looking at the gene sequence that is linked to a genetic disorder (CO 10) Gene Therapy (CO 10) Additionally, all sources used must be properly cited. (5 points)
I am working on a review article and I wrote some pages. I need to write 6 pages about the SuperCriticle Fluid topic.
I have some pages that I wrote about the HeadSpace topic and I need the SuperCriticle Fluid topic to be in the same manner as HeadSpace.
I highlighted the SuperCriticle Fluid topic in red which is what I need to be improved and rewrite again if needed.
I already chose the article (attatched in files)
a) Introduction: Introduce the article you’ve selected with some basic background information, interesting trends, etc. You should probably include 5 additional references on the technique/methodology (these should be research/review articles, not Wikipedia pages!).
b) Methodology and Instrumentation: Explain the fundamental basis of the technique (How does it work?), the instrumentation required (figures might help!), etc.
c) Results and Discussion: Give a comprehensive overview of the results in the article and your interpretation/questions.
d) Future Prospects: Comment on the future direction of this methodology; is this a new and expanding technology, or a routine technique? You are encouraged to give your own opinions on this!
Writer is to complete a portion of the lab report, including just: purpose, an introduction of 2-3 paragraphs, procedures given in past tense, and a table of physical constants. This will be 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 in the future. I will be attaching pictures with requirements of the lab report as long as the pages from the lab manual that will be used in order to do the purpose, introduction, procedures, and table of physical constants.
Youtube videos: https://youtu.be/uCeYt6pZL94 https://youtu.be/bZ3r08DGNbQ https://youtu.be/FWIc2KUts3c
Students will present 2-page reports for each section on assigned manuscripts
(Arial font 11, 5-inch margins all around, single line spacing).
MY ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS:
I will supply a copy of what he expects, provide the article that the manuscript is on, and please write a 20-minute brief summary of what the manuscript is about so that I can present it.
The professor wants the PowerPoint to flow this way.
Slide 1: title and a relevant picture
Slide 2-3: intro slides. Two to three sentences from the synopsis of the intro some sort of history, medical reason for studying, and/or an academic reason.
Slide 4: The methods
Slide 5-6: Results Slide
Slide 7-8: Discussions
Slide 9-10: Conclusion
Can use original pictures from the article. Please put speaker notes please.
Textbook: Chapters 12, 13
Initial Prompt Instructions
This week, we are studying the ideal gas law. In this discussion, you will be trying your hand at applying one of the ideal gas laws to a real world situation. Consider a situation that involves an ideal gas law and discuss how you would apply your chosen ideal gas law to the situation. Write your own ideal gas law problem based on this situation but DO NOT solve this yourself. A peer will solve the problem you wrote.
Follow-Up Post Instructions
Respond to at least one peer or the instructor. Further the dialogue by providing more information and clarification.
Follow up instructions:
Solve one of your peer’s ideal gas law equations. If you feel that there is not enough information given in their problem to solve the problem, discuss what additional information you would need and why.
Additional follow up possibilities:
While we often do not realize it, acidic and basic solutions are a part of our daily lives. Pick a solution in your home, work, or even outside (be sure to check the label to make sure that whatever you are measuring is nonhazardous and water based). Some possible solutions are shampoos, beverages, still water in your backyard, contact solution, etc. Research a compound or compounds found in your chosen solution, citing your sources in APA format and predict if the solution would be acidic or basic.
Discuss with your peers the importance of acids and bases in our bodies.
-PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS ATTACHED
-WORK WILL NOT BE IN APA STYLE JUST CATEGORIZED BY PARTS
– WE ARE AWARE THIS IS MORE THAN ONE PAGE OF WORK, IF INTERESTED PLEASE SEND US YOUR PRICING.
Answer all the questions in the file Topic Selection.
Upload the scientific article(s) with focus on forensic chemistry related to the selected topic.
Make sure to proofread, edit, and revise the answers to the questions while working on them.
Please finalize and upload the completed answers as soon as possible by mountain time.
Physical Chemistry with detailed instructions all information is provided. Please follow the report guide line and requires background so the paper will be longer than to pages because of the layout and spacing.