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  4. Biology: Separation of Proteins
    Lab Report 1: Separation of Proteins <br /> <br /> Abstract/Summary: “Proteins account for more than 50% of the dry weight of most cells, and they are instrumental in almost everything organisms do” (Campbell, 1999). The...
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  5. Cause and Effect
    ‘’Think of one success in your life. Discuss the probably causes of why it happened. Also discuss one effect it had on you.’’<br /> <br /> Some years ago, I noticed that the level of competition in life is very high. Many people argue...
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  6. Cooling Rate of Certain Liquids
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  7. Determine the Identity of Metals
    Experiments to determine the identity of metals by examining the colour of flame when samples of that metal are heated. <br /> <br /> The aim of this experiment was to find out whether different metals had different reactions when subjected to the...
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  12. Gravitational Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy
    Purpose: The purpose of this is to learn how to calculate gravitational potential energy and kinetic energy, and to see how gravitational potential energy and kinetic energy affect the car during the lab. <br /> <br /> Define: Gravitational...
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  13. Prokaryotes
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  14. Fundamental Elements in Ethnography
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  16. Provide Evidence in a Prosecution Case
    Experiments to Provide Evidence in a Prosecution Case with the Pervis Vinegar Company on Unknown Toxins <br /> <br /> The aim of this experiment is to preform tests on two samples of vinegar, one that is commercially safe and the other not (from...
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  17. Say No to Animal Testing
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  18. The Effect of Temperature on Air Pressure
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  19. The Right Choice for Animal Experiments
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  20. Which Paper Towel Works Best
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