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    Soil Surface Temperature

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    As an atmospheric parameter, air temperature plays an important role in providing energy for plants during their phonological stages. Soil surface temperature affects plants chemical reactions which is an important factor in its nutrient absorption. Therefore soil surface temperature is an essential parameter in the quality and quantity of agricultural products. Advances in artificial intelligence and their applications in every branch of science, provide us with tools to calculate and predict climatology

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    Temperature and Respiration in Crickets Planning I am going to investigate respiration in crickets and how temperature varies the rate of respiration. The calculation for aerobic respiration is: [IMAGE]Oxygen + Glucose Carbon dioxide + water + energy [IMAGE]6O2 + C6H12O6 6CO2 +6H2O + (J) I will do the experiment safely by making sure that the water will not be too hot or too

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    Catalase Temperature Lab

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    I. Temperatures Impact On Catalase II. Generally, chemical reactions speed up as temperature’s raised. This happens because as the temperature gets higher, more of the reacting molecules have enough kinetic energy to undergo the reactions. It is the same with enzyme reactions; however, if the temperature of an enzyme-catalyzed reaction is raised further then its optimum; the enzyme becomes denatured. Catalase is an enzyme that catalyzes the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide to water and oxygen

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    The History of Temperature Scales

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    Temperature is thermodynamic property of objects. It is an “indirect measure of the kinetic energy of the particles that make up matter” (Lerner 2008). Temperature determines the direction of the flow of energy between two objects. When they are put in contact with each other, the faster-moving molecules of higher temperature object will collide and increase moving speed of slower-moving molecules of the lower temperature object. This process stops when both objects have the same average molecular

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    Investigating Temperature in Insulators Preliminary Investigation Question Which of the four materials acts as the best insulator when wrapped around a glass beaker which is filled with boiling water? Aim The aim of this investigation is to test four materials (polystyrene, fibre glass, cotton wool and bubble wrap), to see which one acts as the best insulator. The temperature of the boiling water and the material inside and outside will be taken at regular intervals by a data

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    Monitoring a Child's Temperature

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    is to demonstrate my understanding of a fundamental nursing skill of which I have gained experience of during clinical placement on an acute paediatric ward. Of the many skills required of a child nurse the monitoring and recording of a child’s temperature is a skill where accurate record keeping is evidentially important. The British Journal of Nursing has advised us of the clinical and legal significance of record keeping and the linked improvements in patient care. The following piece is the documented

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    Heat and Temperature Essay

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    Britain it’s a British thermal unit (Btu). Temperature 3 Temperature is defined as the measure of the average kinetic energy of the particles of a substance. It is not a form of energy but a means of energy transfer. And since it is an average of the heat or energy therefore the number of particles inside and size of the item don’t matter. It is the physical property emphasizing hot and cold. Generally an object that feels hot will have a high temperature. Or if an object feels warmer to the touch

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    with high temperature meets the sodium bicarbonate, the molecules inside of the flask move actively around the space because they gain kinetic energy. When moving around the space, the molecules mix and react with each other faster making a big chemical reaction. Through this, the bung pops faster due to the actively moving molecules inside the hot temperature flask, which is similar to the movement of gas in the kinetic theory. On the other hand, when the vinegar with low temperature meets the sodium

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    between higher temperatures and student laziness as seen in a college library. Laziness in this case is characterized by the amount of trash left over upon the library closing after a hot day as compared to the amount on a lower temperature day (less than 80 degrees Fahrenheit). A correlational study involves looking at the variables present in the phenomena and checking for a relationship based on the hypothesis, the claim I wish to prove. In this case the variables are temperature and amount of

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    Temperature and Squash Balls Experiment Introduction I am going to do an experiment on how high a squash ball bounces at different temperatures from the same height. Theory When a squash ball hits the wall the air molecules inside the ball heat up and make the ball warm. When they move faster they hit the rubber wall harder therefore makes the ball hotter. The reason why the ball moves faster is that when the ball hits the wall it causes friction and the molecules move faster

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