The Effect of the Temperature

Temperature has an important effect on almost all the physiological processes that occur in animals, which rely on external sources of heat (Warburg 1931). Such animals are also known as ectotherms, and Porcellio scaber is an excellent example. In an attempt to ascertain the interaction between the response of ectoderms and temperature, a study was […]

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Temperature and Photosynthesis

Hypothesis: As the surrounding temperature increases, the photosynthesis rate increases up to a point where further increase in temperature results in a rapid decline in the photosynthesis rate.Photosynthesis is a process through which green plants and other autotrophic organisms produce high-energy, complex food molecules from simpler components, in the presence of light energy (John and […]

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Boiling Point Lab

The purpose of this lab is to learn about the calibration of a thermometer. In addition, we also investigated the boiling point of an unknown liquid to determine its identity. Chemical Responsibility: 1.Make sure to use glycerine (lubricant) and a towel to safely insert the thermometer into the rubber stopper. 2.Carefully operate the Bunsen burner […]

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Temperature and Endothermic Reaction

Thermochemistry is the study of heat evolved and absorbed during the chemical reactions. The system is the interest of the universe; the surroundings are the rest of the universe in which the exchange of the energy with the system takes place. Both, the system and the surroundings make up the universe. Heat flow is the […]

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The word pyrometer originated from the Greek word, fire, ” (pyro), and meter, meaning to measure. Pyrometry is the science of measuring temperature greater than 1500 degree Celsius and therefore Pyrometer is the instrument that is used to generally measure high temperatures.  They usually measure the temperature of the surface of the object. The surface […]

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