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    Osmosis in Potato Cylinders Aim: Trying to find the average sugar concentration in the potato cylinder cells. I will use potatoes for my experiment because they are convenient and shows fast results in osmosis. [IMAGE]The diagram to the right shows a basic plant cell, however, the difference between this diagram and the potato cells I will be using is that the potato will not be green as it does not need chlorophyll. The cell membranes in a potato cylinder are partially permeable;

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    There are many steps to Porting and Polishing, six to be exact. There are many tools that will be needed in this process too. Porting and Polishing is just basically when you just smooth out the ports where the air flows through the head into the cylinder without restriction. You will get two effects out of this. You will have more horsepower do to colder and more denser air. You will also get better gas mileage. This research paper will discuss how to port and polish a head. First step would be

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    Comparing an Eight Cylinder Camaro and a Six Cylinder Camaro The purpose of this report is to compare the six-cylinder Camaro (RS), to the eight-cylinder Camaro (Z/28) to see which one is most suitable. The specific areas I studied, based on primary and secondary sources are Performance, Gas Mileage and Price of each automobile. The Z/28 and the R/S are simply two models of a Chevrolet sport-car based on options. The Camaro has become a legend dominating the market for more than three decades

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    O'Neill Cylinders

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    into space". While some speak of moonbases, or planet-side bases, one of the most intriguing ideas is the O'Neill Cylinder. Gerard K. O'Neill created the O'Neill Cylinder in his book "The High Frontier". An O'Neill Cylinder consists of two cylinders which counter-rotate around each other, each one has a two mile (3 kilometer) radius, and a 20 mile (30 kilometer) length. The two cylinders counter-rotate to create simulated gravity by centripetal force: everything is pushed to the outer wall due to

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    the wheel cylinder. Pushrods in the cylinder then apply pressure to both shoes, overcoming the spring tension and pressing the shoes against the drum. Hydraulic drum brakes can also be mechanically activated as parking brakes by a cable attached to the lever. When pressure is removed from the brake pedal, springs on the brake shoes force the shoes back to their normal released position. This movement of the shoes forces the pistons inward, returning the fluid to the master cylinder reservoir

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    Osmosis Investigation

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    measuring cylinder 1 colorimeter 16 cuvettes 1 white tile 2 thermometers 5 water baths – set at temperatures 30ºC, 40ºC, 50ºC, 60ºC, 70ºC Distilled Water Paper towels Independent Variables In this experiment there are several possible independent variables that could be changed, these consist of: * The surface area of the beetroot cylinder * The volume of the beetroot cylinder * The temperate the experiment is done at * The time the beetroot cylinders are left

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    The Colt Six-Shooter

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    at the end of the gun cylinder. Second, the application of a partition between the caps, as well as other basic ideas. The other areas of the patent cover the application of certain parts of the gun, the principle of locking and turning the cylinder , and all of the basic revolver parts. In 1848, the new pocket model revolver was introduced. Colt devised an alternative means of loading the gun - removing the barrel and cylinder, and either switching an empty cylinder for a loaded one or using

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    This report is an ekphrasis of John Hejduk’s drawing “Study for Wall House.” Ekphrasis writings intend to compare and unite elements that may be physically visible and elements that may be more conceptual. This report will endeavor to visualize Hejduk’s drawing through the views of physical and metaphysical elements, to expose connections through visual and conceptual perspectives. Located within the silent forest of special collections is Hejduk’s drawing, “Study for Wall House.” The temperature

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    CO2 given off in a set time. Equipment Ÿ Tub of water Ÿ 2 measuring cylinders Ÿ 3 test tubes Ÿ Test tube rack Ÿ Top pan balance Ÿ Stand + clamp Ÿ Spatula Ÿ Piece of card Ÿ Delivery tube Method First I will prepare the experiment by collecting all of the necessary equipment and preparing it. Then I will measure out the correct amounts of HCL and CaCO3(s) using a measuring cylinder for the HCL and the scales to measure the CaCO3(s) . These will be 20ml of

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    · Measuring cylinder · Delivery tube · Test tubes · Test tube holder · Bung · Thermometer · Stop watch Labelled diagram of the apparatus Method To calculate the surface area you have to no the radius of the top of your cylinder of avocado and the length. The length is 5cm and the radius is 5mm, so we calculated (using r²): Π x 2.5² = 19.63 (this is the area of a circle, therefore the top of the cylinder). We then calculated how big the cylinder was, so we

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