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    Experiments

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     newspaper  measuring cups  1 cup of dry cornstarch  large bowl or pan  food coloring (if you want)  1/2 cup of water Put newspaper down on your counter or tabletop. Put the cornstarch into the bowl. Add a drop or two of food coloring. (Use whatever colors you like.) Add water slowly, mixing the cornstarch and water with your fingers until all the powder is wet. Keep adding water until the Ooze feels like a liquid when you're mixing it slowly. Then

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    Beetroot Experiment

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    Beetroot Experiment We are trying to find how the temperature affects the rate at which the anthocyanin pigment leaves the cells, and at what point does the call wall melt. Beetroot Experiment =================== Task ---- We are trying to find how the temperature affects the rate at which the anthocyanin pigment leaves the cells, and at what point does the call wall melt. Please note the two results highlighted found in "test 4" have not been included into my results, as

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    Liver Experiment

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    Review The group worked well throughout the duration of the experiment. As a group, decisions were made quickly on who was going to undertake each task. Some of these tasks included setting up the water bath and making the hydrogen peroxide concentrations. The group thought it would be a good idea if the experiment were conducted whilst someone else collected the results and made a table. The group worked strongly to finish this practical in an efficient and appropriate manner, collecting precise

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    The Hawthorne Experiments

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    In Roethlisberger’s article, he mainly discussed three Hawthorne Experiments, which includes the “illumination” experiments, the “Relay Assembly Test Room” experiment, the interviews about employee satisfaction and dissatisfaction, and the “Bank Wiring Observation Room” experiment. The purpose of the experiments was to study the effect of environment conditions, which include physical environment conditions and psychological factors, on workers’ productivity. Such as the level of illumination, rest

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    Radioactivity Experiments Aim: To determine the penetrating power and the range in air of the three radioactive emissions alpha, beta and gamma. Apparatus: * gm tube, * clamp stand, * the counter thing, * ruler, * set-square Method of penetrating power of Alpha particles, Beta particles & Gamma Rays: The equipment was set up as shown below to measure the penetrating power of each radioactive source. Geiger-Muller Tube Again the measurements were taken without

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    Experiments on Jews

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    Experiments on Jews The freezing / hypothermia experiments were conducted for the Nazi high command. The experiments were conducted on men to simulate the conditions the armies suffered on the Eastern Front. The German forces were ill prepared for the bitter cold. Thousands of German soldiers died of freezing or were debilitated by cold injuries.The experiments were conducted under the supervision of Dr. Sigmund Rascher at Birkenau, Dachau and Auschwitz .The freezing experiments were divided

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    Parachute Experiment

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    Parachute Experiment Prediction My prediction is that as the weight of plastercine increases the time taken for the parachute to reach the ground will decrease I think this because when the weight has just been dropped it is going slowly, but as it falls through the air it will gain speed until it reaches its terminal velocity. The weight does not change but the A.R gets bigger until it equals out the downwards force of gravity, so when the weight is larger it will have to fall further

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    Egocentrism Experiment

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    For this experiment, the subject is a four year old boy named Jayden Lee, who is Alicia’s cousin. Jayden did not have stranger anxiety, but he rather felt really comfortable around Alicia considering how he was familiar with Alicia. Although it was Jayden’s first time encountering Dana, he was not intimidated because he knew that Dana was Alicia’s friend. Overall, he did not feel frightened when he was approached by Alicia and Dana. Furthermore, he also did not have separation anxiety when his mom

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    Song Experiment

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    Experiment: Subjects within this experiment will be tested on their ability to recognize key when presented with a song. The subjects will range from highly trained musicians to people with little to no background in music. They will be asked to sit in a room where they will listen to eight different songs that will all be in different keys. Before beginning the test, they will be instructed to listen to the entirety of the song, taking into account how often every note happens. Instructions will

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    Equilibrium Experiments

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    Equilibrium Experiments Aim: To investigate the theory of equilibrium via the completion of two experiments which rely on the use of equations TPLcosq +TPMcosf, which can be rewritten as (Mass Ag) cosq+(Mass Bg) cosf. For the second part of the investigation I will try to prove the equation (W*x)/d +weight of a ruler. Introduction ============ In this investigation I will carry out two experiments, which in each case will prove a different aspect of the theory of equilibrium

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