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Solutions for Living by Chemistry | 2nd Edition | ISBN: 9781464142314 | Authors: Angelica M. Stacy 9781464142314

Solution for problem 3 Chapter Lesson 58

Lab Report Write a lab report for the Lab: Boyles Law. In the results section, provide

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Problem 3

Lab Report Write a lab report for the Lab: Boyles Law. In the results section, provide two graphs of the data. Plot pressure versus volume and plot pressure versus the inverse of the volume, 1/V. Also discuss how accurate your results are and what factors might contribute to experimental error in this lab. In the conclusions section, explain the relationship between pressure and volume. Explain how your data relate to Boyles law. Purpose: Procedure: Results: Conclusions: (Explain what you were trying to find out.) (List the steps you followed.) (Explain what you observed during the experiment.) (What can you conclude about what you were trying to find out? Provide evidence for your conclusions.) Title

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BCHM 307 Week 2 Notes Erin VanHoosier Ch. 4 Protein Structure 4-1: Proteins are Chains of Amino Acids Protein: biological molecule consisting of one or more polypeptides Polypeptides: chains of polymerized (combined) amino acids Amino Acid (AA) : small molecule containing an amino group, carboxylate group and side chain (R group…can be anything!) The 20 AAs have different chemical properties:  The R GROUPS make the 20 AAs UNIQUE  APPHA CARBONS: are the carbons attached to the amino and carboxylate groups  Chirality: the positioning of the molecule in relation to the alpha carbon o Different positioning makes for DIFFERENT molecule

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Lab Report Write a lab report for the Lab: Boyles Law. In the results section, provide