Ventilation

Open Flued Appliance COMPARTMENT Venting to OUTSIDE High Level 5cm2/kW Low Level 10cm2/kW In Room-NIL [image] Open Flued ApplianceCOMPARTMENTVenting to ROOM High Level 10cm2/kWLow Level 20cm2/kWRoom Vent-Max Heat Input(net)-7kW x 5cm2[image] Open Flued ApplianceROOM Max Heat Input(Net)-7kW x 5cm2 Room Sealed ApplianceCOMPARTMENTVenting to OUTSIDE High Level-5cm2/kWLow Level -5cm2/kWIn Room-NIL[image] Room Sealed ApplianceCOMPARTMENTVenting to ROOM High … Continue reading "Ventilation"

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Ventilation Questions

Ventilation for a flueless gas hob or cooker is dependant on ? The room volume, and openable window or similar ventilation provision for a flueless water heater is dependant on..? The appliance gas consumption and heat input along with the room volume and an openable window or similar You attend a property where there is … Continue reading "Ventilation Questions"

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Units

CGS length cm CGS mass gram CGS time second CGS temperature Kelvin CGS current ampere CGS light intensity candela SI length meter SI mass kilogram SI time second SI temperature Kelvin SI current ampere SI light intensity candela American/English length foot American/English mass pound-mass American/English time second American/English temperature Fahrenheit American/English current ampere American/English light … Continue reading "Units"

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units

1 in in cm 1in=2.54cm 1m in in 1m=39.4in 1mi in ft and yd 1mi=5280ft=1760yd 1lbm in gm 1lbm=454gm 1kg in lbm 1kg=2.20lbm 1gal in L 1gal=3.79L 1ft^3 in gal 1ft^3=7.48gal 1atm in mmhg 1atm=760mmHg 1atm in psi 1atm=14.7psi 1atm in kPa 1atm=101.3kPa 1atm in ft of H2O 1atm=33.9 ft of H2O 1atm in bar … Continue reading "units"

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UE/LE muscle testing

Extension at MP Joints extensor digitorum, extensor indicis, extensor digiti minimi Nerve for finger extension levels Posterior interosseous nerve C7 C8 Thumb abduction in plane of palm Abductor pollics longus Nerve of abduction of thumb in plane of palm Posterior interosseous nerve C7-C8 Finger abduction Dorsal interossi and abductor digiti minimi N for finger abduction … Continue reading "UE/LE muscle testing"

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two nonmetal

two non metals element prefix elemeide mono- 1 di- 2 tri- 3 tetra- 4 penta- 5 hexa- 6 hepta- 7 octa- 8 nona- 9 deca- 10

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Topic OPTION E bio real deal

Topic E:   E1 Stimulus and response E2 Perception of stimuli E3 Innate and learned behaviour E4 Neurotransmitters and synapses E5 (HL) The human brain E6 (HL) Further studies of behaviour E1 Stimulus and response Define stimulus, response and reflex Stimulus: change in the environment (internal or external) that is detected by a receptor and … Continue reading "Topic OPTION E bio real deal"

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Chemistry Chemical Formula’s #91-100

Phosphorus Pentachloride PCl₅ Sodium Cyanide NaCN Nickel (II) Cyanide Ni(CN)₂ Lead (II) Cyanide Pb(CN)₂ Mercury (II) Cyanide Hg(CN)₂ Nickel (II) Carbonate NiCO₃ Aluminum Hydroxide Al(OH)₃ Sodium Sulfate Na₂SO₄ Carbon Disulfate CS₂ Carbon Tetrachloride CCl₄

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Naming Compounds (Chem)

How many different elements does a binary compound consist of? 2 What is a positive ion called? Cation What will a positive ion most likely be? Metal What is a negative ion called? Anion How do you indicate the charge of metallic element that forms more than one cation? By adding a roman numeral after … Continue reading "Naming Compounds (Chem)"

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Lab 9- E2 Reaction: Formation of Cyclohexane from Bromocyclohexane

what do E2 reactions only occur with? only occur with 3 prime strong bases what does E2 reaction stand for? elimination bimolecular reaction compound that was used as a substrate in this lab bromocyclohexane compound used as a Nu/base in this lab hydroxide E2 reaction to make cyclohexene KOH + bromocyclohexane —ethanol—> cyclohexene

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CHM 115 Chapter 10

Place the steps for determining the shape of a covalently bonded species in the correct order. First step at the top of the list. – Use the molecular formula to draw a Lewis Structure – Count all electron groups and assign an electron-group arrangement. – Determine the molecular shape by counting bonding groups and nonbonding … Continue reading "CHM 115 Chapter 10"

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Chapter 8 Chem

Static electricity when one material has an excess of positive charge and the other material had an excess of negative charge Partial charge a atom with a slightly positive or slightly negative charge, represented by delta +/- Intermolecular force the attraction between individual molecules Attraction to a charged wand Nonpolar molecules are not attracted to … Continue reading "Chapter 8 Chem"

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Organic Chem Test 2

Which * class=”smfm-flex-item”>CH3 line n line ch3 two dots over n line down from n ch3 There are 8 isomers that have the molecular formula C5H11Br. How many of these are tertiary alkyl bromides? 1 Which of the following is sec-butyl alcohol? CH3CH per OH close per CH2CH3 Identify the number of tertiary carbons in … Continue reading "Organic Chem Test 2"

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Ionic Compound Naming

Iron(III) Acetate Fe(C2H3O2)3 Iron(III) Hydrogen Carbonate Fe(HCO3)3 Iron(III) Hydroxide Fe(OH)3 Iron(III) Nitrate Fe(NO3)3 Iron(III) Permanganate Fe(MnO4)3 Iron(III) Chlorate Fe(ClO3)3 Iron(III) Carbonate Fe2(CO3)3 Iron(III) Chromate Fe2(CrO4)3 Iron(III) Dichromate Fe2(Cr2O7)3 Iron(III) Sulfate Fe2(SO4)3 Iron(III) Phosphate FePO4 Copper(I) Acetate CuC2H3O2 Copper(I) Hydrogen Carbonate CuHCO3 Copper(I) Hydroxide CuOH Copper(I) Nitrate CuNO3 Copper(I) Permanganate CuMnO4 Copper(I) Chlorate CuClO3 Copper(I) Carbonate … Continue reading "Ionic Compound Naming"

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Chemistry exp. To oxidise phenylmethanol (benzyl alcohol) to benzoic acid with potassium permanganate (VII) solution (potassium permanganate solution) under alkaline conditions

How is Benzoic acid prepared in the lab? Oxidising phenylmethanol using potassium permanganate solution in the *presence of sodium carbonate* Equation for this reaction And explaining of colour change observed 3C₆H₅CH₂OH + 4KMnO₄ (purple) → 3C₆H₅COOH + 4MnO₂(brown) + H₂O + 4KOH In what apparatus is the phenylmethanol reacted with potassium manganate Phenylmethanol = known … Continue reading "Chemistry exp. To oxidise phenylmethanol (benzyl alcohol) to benzoic acid with potassium permanganate (VII) solution (potassium permanganate solution) under alkaline conditions"

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Naming Formulas and Compounds IV

AuCl3 gold(III) chloride gold(III) chloride AuCl3 FeS ferrous sulfide or iron(II) sulfide ferrous sulfide or iron(II) sulfide FeS CoBr2 cobalt(II) bromide cobalt(II) bromide CoBr2 MnCl4 manganese(IV) chloride manganese(IV) chloride MnCl4 Fe2S3 Ferric sulfide or iron(III) sulfide ferric sulfide or iron(III) sulfide Fe2S3 PbO lead(II) oxide or plumbous oxide lead(II) oxide or plumbous oxide PbO NiCl2 … Continue reading "Naming Formulas and Compounds IV"

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Ionic Naming-Transition Metals

iron (II) nitrate Fe(NO₃)₂ iron (III) nitrate Fe(NO₃)₃ iron (II) nitrite Fe(NO₂)₂ iron (III) nitrite Fe(NO₂)₃ iron (II) perchlorate Fe(ClO₄)₂ iron (II) bromate Fe(BrO₃)₂ iron (II) iodite Fe(IO₂)₂ iron (II) hypochlorite Fe(ClO)₂ iron (III) perbromate Fe(BrO₄)₃ iron (III) iodate Fe(IO₃)₃ iron (III) chlorite Fe(ClO₂)₃ iron (III) hypoiodite Fe(IO)₃ iron (II) hydrogen sulfate Fe(HSO₄)₂ iron (II) … Continue reading "Ionic Naming-Transition Metals"

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Biological Molecules

Polymers A large molecule consisting of many identical or similar molecular units, called monomers, covalently joined together in a chain monomer A chemical sub-unite that serves as a building block of a polymer Dehydration reaction A chemical process in which two molecules become covalently bonded to each other with the removal of a water molecule … Continue reading "Biological Molecules"

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Solubility rules

Ammonium Fluoride soluble Ammonium Chloride soluble Ammonium Bromide soluble Ammonium Iodide soluble Ammonium Hydroxide soluble Ammonium Sulfide soluble Ammonium Sulfate soluble Ammonium Carbonate soluble Ammonium Nitrate soluble Ammonium Phosphate soluble Ammonium Chromate soluble Ammonium Acetate soluble Lithium Fluoride soluble Lithium Chloride soluble Lithium Bromide soluble Lithium Iodide soluble Lithium Hydroxide soluble Lithium Sulfide soluble Lithium … Continue reading "Solubility rules"

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Ochem Final Review

Approximately how long is a C?C single bond of an alkane? 153 pm What is the approximate C?C?C bond angle in propane? 109º What is the name of the linear hydrocarbon with the molecular formula C7H16? Heptane What is the name of the linear hydrocarbon with the molecular formula C11H24? Undecane How many hydrogen atoms … Continue reading "Ochem Final Review"

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Ch 20 Ochem

Ph3P=CHCH2CH2CH3 Provide the structure of the ylide needed to prepare 3-ethyl-3-heptene from 3-pentanone using a Wittig reaction. H > phenyl > t-butyl > methyl What is the correct order of migration rate for the following groups in the Baeyer-Villiger oxidation reaction? oxirane What is the correct order of migration rate for the following groups in … Continue reading "Ch 20 Ochem"

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Saccharides

C6H12O6 Monosaccharide Fructose Monosaccharide Glucose Monosaccharide C12H24O12 Disaccharide Sucrose Disaccharide Cellulose Polysaccharide Starch Polysaccharide Glycogen Polysaccharide

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Sn2 and Sn1 reactions

weak nucleophiles are OK sn1 strong nucleophile needed sn2 3 > 2 sn1 CH3X> 1> 2 sn2 good ionizing solvent needed sn1 wide variety of solvents, like to be less polar sn2 good leaving group required sn1 and sn2 AgNO3 forces ionization sn1 first order reaction sn1 second order reaction sn2 mixture of inversion and … Continue reading "Sn2 and Sn1 reactions"

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Organic chemistry – 14.3 Bonding: structural formulas

Bonding Structural formulas Outline Saturation Degree of saturation Bonding Structural formulas Saturation Outline Term: saturated Term: unsaturated Concept: saturated compound Concept: unsaturated compound Bonding Structural formulas Saturation Term: saturated – Contains no pi bonds – no rings Bonding Structural formulas Saturation Term: unsaturated – contains at least one pi bond or a ring Bonding Structural … Continue reading "Organic chemistry – 14.3 Bonding: structural formulas"

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Hallucinogens

the word hallucinogen comes from the Latin word __ alucinere, meaning to wander in mind, talk idly, or prate DSM5 defines a hallucinogen as a sensory perception that has the compelling sense of reality of a true perception but that occurs without external stimulation of the relevant sensory organ -distortions of sensory information, some drugs … Continue reading "Hallucinogens"

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Topic 6 protein expression in yeast

What are the advantages of the yeast expression system? 1. high yield2. stable production strains3. durability 4. cost effective5. high density growth 6. high productivity 7. suitability for production of isotope-labeled protein 8. rapid growth in chemically defined media9.product processing similar to mammalian cells10. can handle -SS- rich proteins11. can assist protein folding 12. can … Continue reading "Topic 6 protein expression in yeast"

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Topic 5

What are 8 different protein products produced in bacillus hosts, in addition to corresponding average yields alpha amylaseinterferonlipasepenicillin Gcellulase gelatin what is the percentage of industrial enzymes produced in bacillus hosts? > 60% List 8 bacillus strains used for industrial protein expression? where can the genome sequence of these strains be found? B. subtilisB. licheniforminsB. … Continue reading "Topic 5"

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