Essay on Concentration

The Effect Of Varying Enzyme Concentration

The Effect Of Varying Enzyme Concentration On The Breakdown Of Hydrogen Peroxide In The Presence Of Catalase Grade: 18/18 Words: 3000 Hypothesis – Hydrogen peroxide will breakdown to oxygen and water in the presence of Catalase. The reaction will increase with increasing enzyme concentration when molecules of hydrogen peroxide are freely available. However, when molecules […]

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Estimate the concentration of the cytoplasm of potato cells

The investigation which I am going to be carrying out is to estimate the concentration of the cytoplasm of potato cells. I will do this by investigating using the movement in and out of the potato cells through Osmosis. Osmosis is the process whereby water molecules pass through a semi-permeable membrane from a high concentration […]

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Determining the concentration of a limewater solution by volumetric analysis

The best way to determine the concentration of a solution is by a titration, and as limewater (Ca(OH)2(aq)) is a base an acid/base titration would be most useful:Ca(OH)2(aq) + 2HCl(aq) 2H2O(l) + CaCl2(l)Precautions to take: working with chemicals, e.g. corrosive hydrochloric acid, means goggles should be worn as well as an apron to protect clothes […]

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Titration To Determine the Concentration of an Iodine Solution

The volume of iodine solution needed to neutralize the sodium thiosulphate. You simply titrate the sodium thiosulphate against the solution of iodine using starch solution as an indicator. Then when you have calculated the concentration of the sodium thiosulphate can use it in turn as a standard solution, to find the concentration of the other […]

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Enzyme concentration and enzyme activity

For this investigation, we are going to find out how different enzymes (in this case, trypsin) concentration in a solution would affect the rate of which solute (Casein) is broken down. I think enzyme concentration would definitely have an effect on the rate of reaction. My hypothesis is that increasing the concentration of trypsin would […]

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To investigate how temperature affects the concentration

I predict that if I increase the temperature of the orange juice, the concentration of the orange juice will decrease. This is because vitamin C is a fairly unstable molecule, and the greater the heat the more vitamin C molecules will be broken down. It takes activation energy to break down bonds and as we […]

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The effect of concentration of vegeren on clotting times

This investigation is basically about milk coagulation of different milks. Also it includes why each milk type has potentially different milk clotting times using vegeren and how the concentration of vegeren is going to affect the different milks. Vegeren is a vegetarian substitute for rennet, which is also a milk-clotting agent. There are many differences […]

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Absorptivity Of The Sample Biology

Purpose: To turn out Beer ‘s Law and to find the composing of an unknown dichromate/ permanganate mixture by finding its optical denseness. Introduction: Beer ‘s Law is represented by the undermentioned equation: A = rudiment where “ A ” is the optical density, “ a ” is the absorption factor of the sample, “ […]

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To determine the concentration of a limewater solution

A balanced equation of the reaction:Ca(OH)2(aq) + 2HCl (aq) CaCl2(s) + 2H2O(l)The aim of my experiment is to determine the concentration of a limewater solution which contains approximately 1g dm-3 of calcium hydroxide by using hydrochloric acid as a reagent in a titration.Safety ProceduresThe following safety procedures should be notified first to ensure the safety […]

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Concentration Ratios

Have you ever wondered how industries are determined oligopolies or monopolies? In this paper I will discuss how concentration ratios are used to determine total market shares within four specific industries. I will also discuss the levels of competition within those industries and how oligopolies can benefit society. Case, Fare, and Oster defines concentration ratio […]

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Ravensbruck Concentration Camp

Located just fifty miles from the renowned Holocaust concentration camp of Auchwitz is another camp of equal status. Ravensbruck was the only major concentration camp for women during World War II. It was established by the SS leader Heinrich Himmler in November of 1938. He chose to locate his new camp at a small town […]

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Osmosis and the Visking Tubing

Osmosis is the net movement of water from a high concentration of water to a low concentration of water down a concentration gradient. This is done to equalise the solute concentrations on the two sides. Therefore, in other words, the movement of water is depended on the concentration of dissolved solute in the water (in […]

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