Scholars learn the differences between RNA and DNA through discussion, virtual labs, worksheets, and video quizzes. They build their knowledge of molecular biology with support from video clips and handouts.
Lab #33: Acid – Base Lab Part Four: Acid – Base Neutralization Background: Acids and bases can be particularly damaging to human tissue. For acids, this is because they react with water consuming the water in the chemical reaction and leaving the tissue dehydrated, often beyond repair.
Titration Lab Pre-lab Date: Read the lab exercise Acid-Base Titration and then answer the questions in this pre-lab. The answers will come from the lab handout, or the online Titration Simulator. Please write or print legibly. The numbers in parentheses (#) are the page that the answer is found on. 2 points towards lab grade. Pre-Lab Part 1: Go to
Acid = Dilute Sulfuric Acid Insoluble Base = Copper (II) Oxide Method: Add dilute sulfuric acid into a beaker and heat using a bunsen burner flame; Add copper (II) oxide (insoluble base), a little at a time to the warm dilute sulfuric acid and stir until the copper (II) oxide is in excess (stops disappearing)
CHEMISTRY FOURTH LABORATORY REPORT ACID-BASE TITRATION Written by: Amelia Quinta Jasmine (CHE) Hanifa Karmelia (FT) Syadza Luthfiyya (FT) Date of Experiment: March 18th, 2016 Date of Submission: April 1st, 2016 Department of Chemical Engineering Department of Food Technology Faculty of Life Science International University of Liaison Indonesia 1.1 Purpose In this experiment, the titration of 2 ...
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d. Translate the RNA strand you made into amino acids. Pay close attention to the “Universal Genetic Code” chart – all RNA messages must begin with a “Start” codon and end with a “Stop” codon, so you will have to shift the reading frame accordingly. e. Answer the questions on your worksheet, under “Transcription & Translation”. 4.
Lab 10 - Acid-Base Studies. Purpose. To measure pH's in a variety of solutions and mixtures and to account for the results obtained. Many substances can be classified as acids or bases. There are three definitions used to describe acids and bases, but we consider only the Brønsted definition here.