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Chemistyry 25 IB Dryl lab University assignment

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Chemistry 25 IB Dry Lab Part A: Background Information: The aim of the dry lab was basically to learn about how to research in the library of university. The following things that 1. To become familiar with common sources of chemical data. 2. To search the chemical literature to obtain specific chemical data 3. To search the chemical literature for general information. Achieving the above objectives, would give us information about the scientific community today. The information would give us the knowledge that would help us in different ways. Part B: Primary Resources 1. To locate Q and OD sections follow the steps down below: a. Enter the library and find the signs that would lead you to the area that contains the section Q. b. Once there, use the floor map to locate the section QD. To find the current issues of chemical journals, use the computer to search the LC number by searching the title of the journal. The LC number would help to find the book in the library. The latest should be the first journal in order from newest to oldest. ...read more.

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Country published: USA Frequency: monthly 1st issue owned: V 1 November 1, 1924 1st article in current issue: Volume 84, Number 12, December 2007 Title: Scholarships for high school teachers Authors: Bryce Hach Affiliation: Managing director of the Hach Scientific foundation h. Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Science LC number: QD1.J925 Publisher: American Chemical Society Country published: USA Frequency: monthly 1st issue owned: Volume 1, 1961 1st article in current issue: Volume 49, Issue 10, Oct 26 2009 Title: Ligand Prediction for Orphan Targets Using Support Vector Machines and Various targets - ligand kernels is dominated by Nearest Neighbor effects Authors: Anne Mai, Wassermann, Hanna Geppert and Jorgen Bejorath Affiliation: Department of Life Science Informatics, B- IT, LIMES Program Unit Chemical Biology and Medicinal Chemistry, Rheinische Friedrich-Willhelms - Universitat Bonn, Dahlmannstrasse 2, D-53113 Bonn, Germany i. Journal of the Chemical Society LC number: QD1.C6 Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry, UK Country published: UK Frequency: monthly 1st issue owned: Volume 1, Number 1, 1926 (Branched off into 3 Dalton / Perkin/ Faraday Transactions, In 1849 it was used to be called "Chemical Society London Journal) ...read more.

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it is a measure Assigned information: Carbonate salts that ate insoluble in water, but soluble in acids > Strongtium compounds Assigned information: Percent natural abundance and half life of 40K > Percent natural abundance of 40K - 0.0117% > Half life - 1.26 X 109 years Thermodynamic value of ?Hf� at 25�C for Gold (I) chloride and Aluminum Bromide Note: ? Hf� is the standard molar enthalpy (heat) of formation at 298.15 K in KJ/mol > Aluminum bromide Crystal: -34.7 KJ/ mol Gas: -425.1 KJ /mol > Gold (I) chloride Crystal: -34.7 KJ/mol Bibliographical data: "David R. Lide, ed., CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, 89th Edition (Internet Version 2009), CRC Press/Taylor and Francis, Boca Raton, FL. "Physical Constants of Organic Compounds", in CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, 89th Edition (Internet Version 2009), David R. Lide, ed., CRC Press/Taylor and Francis, Boca Raton, FL." LC Number: QD65.H23 Part E: 1. Merck Monograph number: 2 Listed name: Abamectin Molecular formula: 80% of C48H72O14, 20% of C47H70O14 Molar mass: 870.394 g/mol Property: Odourless, off white to yellow crystals Use or therap cat: Acaricide, insecticide, anthelmintic LC number: 12S 356. ...read more.

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