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    Investigating Fuels Aim; To find out the heat of combustion in the five fuels; Methanol, Ethanol, Propanol, Butanol, Pentanol, All of these alcohols are apart of the Hydrocarbon chain. Apparatus; I will need the following to carry out my investigation for the Experiment; Top pan balance - To measure the weight of the fuel. Clamp Stand - To hold the boiling tube above the crucible. Boiling tube - To hold 30 cubic centimetres of water in. Heat proof mat -

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    Investigating Fuels To observe temperature change in Ethanol and Methanol. ======================================================= Introduction (scientific knowledge): ETHANOL ======= Ethanol is an alcohol-based alternative fuel produced by fermenting and distilling starch crops that have been converted into simple sugars. Ethanol ("Alcohol") C2H5OH ethanol[IMAGE] METHANOL ======== Methanol (CH3OH) is an alcohol fuel. Today a process using natural gas as a feedstock

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    Investigating Which Alcohol is the Best Fuel AIM: I am carrying out an investigation to see which alcohol is the best fuel. I will do this by experimenting with different alcohols and setting them alight and measuring different factors. I will analyse all my results and try to discover patterns, which should help me to conclude which alcohol is the best fuel. PLAN ==== This is how my experiment will be set out: ========================================== Keeping this

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    Investigating Whether There is a Link Between The Number of Carbon Atoms in a Fuel and the Amount of Heat Produced Aim The aim is to investigate if there is a link between the number of carbon atoms in a fuel and the amount of heat produced by that fuel. Prediction I predict that the more carbon atoms that are in a fuel, the more heat the fuel will generate. Risk Assessment There are some safety precautions that will have to be taken when the experiment is carried out. These

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    CONTENT 6 – BURN BABY BURN! EEI – The Best Fuel? Investigating The Efficiency of Common Industry Fuels for a Mount Everest Expedition 6/17/2010 Abstract Five separate homologous alcohol fuels were examined for the purpose of establishing which of the five fuels is most appropriate for a manual expedition ascending Mount Everest. The fuel which will be chosen as the most efficient needs to be able to be burned in the presence of oxygen to create heat used for warming of tents and

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    Investigating Resistance of a Wire INTRODUCTION This investigation is about find the resistance of a wire. Resistance is the slow-down of the flow of an electric current around a circuit so that energy is required to push the charged particles around the circuit. The circuit itself can resist the flow of particles if the wires are either very thin or very long. e.g. The filament across an electric light bulb. Resistance is measured in a unit called an ohm (Ω). In 1826, Georg Ohm discovered

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    Investigating Factors that Affect the Rate of Reaction 1.0 Introduction The rate of a reaction is a measure of how quickly reactants are used up or products are made. There are many factors which will affect the rate of reaction between 2 reactants. These are: surface area of the potato chip, temperature of the liquid, catalyst, light, physical stirring and concentration of liquid. In this experiment I shall look at the effect of concentration on the rate of reaction between hydrogen

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    Investigating Factors that Affect the Rate of a Reaction Aim === To investigate the rate of reaction when you combine the chemicals sodium thiosulphate and hydrochloric acid at different temperatures. Prediction ========== My hypothesis is that the higher the temperature the lower the amount of time taken for the reaction to take place and therefore the lower the temperature the longer the time will take for the reaction to take place. The reason that I think this is because

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    Investigating Osmosis

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    Investigating Osmosis Aim --- What is the effect of changing the concentration of Sodium Chloride Solution on potato cells? Prediction ---------- I predict that the lower the concentration of Sodium Chloride solution, the higher the final mass and length will be and the higher the concentration of Sodium Chloride solution, the lower the final mass and length. [IMAGE][IMAGE]I also think that with a concentration of 0 and 1 molar, the change in mass and length will be greater

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    Investigating Osmosis in Potatoe Tissue To find out how the concentration of sucrose solution affects the rate of osmosis in a potato and what happens to the length and mass of the potato. What is osmosis? Osmosis is the movement of the water molecules across a partially permeable from a region of high water concentration to a region of low water concentration. Osmosis is a special case of diffusion The biochemical process in living cells always takes place in a solution. A solution

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