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  • Electric Force Lab

    1263 words, 6 pages

    Data Analysis/ Results: Table 1- This table displays the different forces found in two sets of simulation with the q values of each ball for that simulation on the top Table 1- This table displays the different forces found in two sets of simulation with the q values of each ball for that simulation on the top This lab constructed only one trial for each of the different charges and distances. d (± 0.01m) | Force of first data set (N) | Force of second data set (N) | Q1 ( C ) | 1.00E-06 | 4.00E-06 | Q2 ( C ) | -1.00E-06 | -2.02E-06 | 0.10 | 826000 (±5

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    Global Economy Quiz

    1264 words, 6 pages

    Chapter 4- tarifs Multiple choise 1. The imposition of tariffs on imports results in deadweight welfare losses for the home economy. These losses consist of the A) protective effect plus consumption effect B) Redistribution effect plus revenue effect C) Revenue effect plus protective effect D) Consumption effect plus redistribution effect 2. A lower tariff on imported aluminum would most likely benefit The redistribution effect is the transfer of producer surplus to domestic consumers of the import-competing product. A) True B) False 2. A tariff

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    Thin Layer Chromatography In The Determination Of Unidentified Analgesics

    1490 words, 6 pages

    Introduction Chromatography is the process of various techniques that separate mixtures due to the polarity of the substances involved. Chromatography techniques have two different phases, the stationary phase that can be solid or liquid while the mobile phase can be either liquid or gas. Thin layer chromatography (TLC) consists of liquid mobile phase and a solid stationary phase where the adsorption of solutions on the surface of the silica gel aluminium plate occurs (Glencross et al. 2010: 313). Given that silica is an absorbent, TLC is a “form of adsorption chromatography” (Varcoe 2001

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    Cat Computerised Axial Tomography Scans

    1781 words, 8 pages

    Computerised Axial Tomography Scans, or CAT scans, are now a frequently used tool in the medical industry and are based on the simple principle of an X-ray. CAT scans take the idea of conventional X-ray imagining to a new level. Instead of just finding an image of the outline of bones and organs as an X-ray would do, CAT scans show us a 3-dimensional representation. This enables doctors to examine the body in narrow ‘slices’ at a time to pin-point specific areas. A CAT scan machine looks like a giant doughnut tipped on its side as shown in Figure 1. The patient lies down on the platform, which

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