Oxide Essay Topics

To find how the rate of reaction

Results analysis This set of results appear, on the whole, to support my hypothesis. There is a general trend where the higher the concentration of the hydrogen peroxide, the faster more oxygen gas is produced. More oxygen gas would be expected to have been produced with the higher concentrations of hydrogen peroxide because as the… View Article

Method In the experiment

In this experiment, I plan to find out how much Zinc oxide is present in Calamine solution (a solution that stops itching). I will do this by working out the amount of Zinc Oxide produced by Zinc Carbonate once it has been heated, causing thermal decomposition and the release of carbon dioxide gas. A carbonate… View Article

Sustainability paper vs. plastic

I. Introduction a. Why paper vrs Plastic b. The effects on our environment b.i. Paper b.i.1. Destroying our forest (http://web.archive.org/web/20070619104819/http://www.ecology.com/feature-stories/paper-chase/index.html) b.i.2. High level of consumption and waste b.i.3. paper polution b.i.4. Pulp Mills contribute to: b.i.4.a. air and land polution (Discarded paper is a major component of many landfill sites. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Environmental_impact_of_paper#cite_note-epa-1) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Environmental_impact_of_paper#cite_note-5) b.i.4.a.i. Nitrogen dioxide… View Article

Benedict’s Solution

What is Benedict’s Solution? Benedict’s solution, deep-blue alkaline solution used to test for the presence of the aldehyde functional group, – CHO. The substance to be tested is heated with Benedict’s solution; formation of a brick-red precipitate indicates presence of the aldehyde group. Since simple sugars (e.g., glucose) give a positive test, the solution is… View Article