To prepare for this assignment, I recommend that you do the following: Read thes

To prepare for this assignment, I recommend that you do the following:
Read these directions carefully.
Review the sample outline provided to you below.
Message me using Classroom Support with any questions!
Be sure to add your name and course number to your outline.
The outline format: Your outline must be formatted as described and exemplified in the example attached. Please note that this format will be assessed in your grade:
Use an alphanumeric sequence
Sections should be indented and aligned
Follow the suggested order of the required elements
Use brief but detailed and descriiptive phrases.
The required elements: Depending on the type of molecule/substance you have chosen you will address different sets of questions. Please see the category that responds to your selection. Your outline should contain the following elements in this order, and please note that some of these should be your personal observations. Also remember that your presentation (Assignment #3) should only be 10-15 slides, so you need to be concise and clear with your information.
Introduction
Molecule/substance Introduction
The common and IUPAC name of your molecule/substance. Please see this link to help with scientific names if needed: IUPAC Nomenclature Of Organic Chemistry: https://www.acdlabs.com/iupac/nomenclature/
Where you can observe your molecule/substance in society and/or in nature.
A brief discussion on why you chose your molecule/substance.
If possible, a picture and/or video of you safely observing your molecule/substance in the field. If you cannot safely observe it, please include a couple of images from the internet.
Body
Descriiption
You must include a physical descriiption. You can use your personal observations from photographs. If you cannot safely observe your molecule/substance, you must research.
Physical Characteristics (appearance, texture, color, odor, melting point, boiling point, density, solubility, polarity, etc.)
Chemical descriiption: You will need to research the chemical properties of your compound/molecule)
Chemical Characteristics (stability in air or other environment, flammability, volatility, etc)
Discovery
a. Describe the initial discovery of your molecule. Who discovered the molecule, when, how, etc? Some compounds are part of a larger substance/plant. If this is the case, describe the isolation of your specific compound. The isolation refers to the initial time your molecule/substance was discovered from its raw materials, or isolated from its natural resources.
Usage and Benefit or Harm to Society
Where has your molecule/substance been used. Is it used regularly or is has it only been used on occasion? If your compound is one we ingest when eating, include information on foods it’s commonly found in.
Write about the Benefit or Harm to Society Caused by your molecule/substance. Many compounds can be used as bioweapons or have both positive and negative impacts. Other compounds have had benefits as medicines or have caused harm as illicit narcotics. All of these are good ideas to start out thinking about, so I’d like you to discuss these impacts on society, the future, and in any way you can think they may be beneficial or harmful. Please see here for some hints on drug development.
Conclusion
This section should contain four to six points that sum up the main points from the body of the outline.
Start your conclusive section with one sentence summarizing some basic information about your chosen molecule/substance (common and IUPAC name and physical characteristics).
Continue with a brief summary (1-2 sentences) about the isolation and synthesis of the molecule/substance.
Include a brief summary (1-2 sentences) about the structure and function of your chosen molecule/substance.
Wrap up the conclusive section with a closing note that provides brief information about a unique fact and/or behavior of your chosen.
The Reference Section
This is not just the reference page; rather, referencing should occur throughout the outline as it will in your presentation. Therefore, your outline should include both a separate reference page containing a minimum of five sources listed in proper APA reference list format AND internal citations throughout the outline where appropriate. Please be sure to see the resources below for assistance regarding in-text citations and reference list formatting, and/or ask me if you have any additional questions.
***I just need the assignment completed***

The outline format: Your outline must be formatted as described and exemplified

The outline format: Your outline must be formatted as described and exemplified in the example attached. Please note that this format will be assessed in your grade:
Use an alphanumeric sequence
Sections should be indented and aligned
Follow the suggested order of the required elements
Use brief but detailed and descriiptive phrases.
The required elements: Depending on the type of molecule/substance you have chosen you will address different sets of questions. Please see the category that responds to your selection. Your outline should contain the following elements in this order, and please note that some of these should be your personal observations. Also remember that your presentation (Assignment #3) should only be 10-15 slides, so you need to be concise and clear with your information.
Introduction
Molecule/substance Introduction
The common and IUPAC name of your molecule/substance. Please see this link to help with scientific names if needed: IUPAC Nomenclature Of Organic Chemistry: https://www.acdlabs.com/iupac/nomenclature/
Where you can observe your molecule/substance in society and/or in nature.
A brief discussion on why you chose your molecule/substance.
If possible, a picture and/or video of you safely observing your molecule/substance in the field. If you cannot safely observe it, please include a couple of images from the internet.
Body
Descriiption
You must include a physical descriiption. You can use your personal observations from photographs. If you cannot safely observe your molecule/substance, you must research.
Physical Characteristics (appearance, texture, color, odor, melting point, boiling point, density, solubility, polarity, etc.)
Chemical descriiption: You will need to research the chemical properties of your compound/molecule)
Chemical Characteristics (stability in air or other environment, flammability, volatility, etc)
Discovery
a. Describe the initial discovery of your molecule. Who discovered the molecule, when, how, etc? Some compounds are part of a larger substance/plant. If this is the case, describe the isolation of your specific compound. The isolation refers to the initial time your molecule/substance was discovered from its raw materials, or isolated from its natural resources.
Usage and Benefit or Harm to Society
Where has your molecule/substance been used. Is it used regularly or is has it only been used on occasion? If your compound is one we ingest when eating, include information on foods it’s commonly found in.
Write about the Benefit or Harm to Society Caused by your molecule/substance. Many compounds can be used as bioweapons or have both positive and negative impacts. Other compounds have had benefits as medicines or have caused harm as illicit narcotics. All of these are good ideas to start out thinking about, so I’d like you to discuss these impacts on society, the future, and in any way you can think they may be beneficial or harmful. Please see here for some hints on drug development.
Conclusion
This section should contain four to six points that sum up the main points from the body of the outline.
Start your conclusive section with one sentence summarizing some basic information about your chosen molecule/substance (common and IUPAC name and physical characteristics).
Continue with a brief summary (1-2 sentences) about the isolation and synthesis of the molecule/substance.
Include a brief summary (1-2 sentences) about the structure and function of your chosen molecule/substance.
Wrap up the conclusive section with a closing note that provides brief information about a unique fact and/or behavior of your chosen.
The Reference Section
This is not just the reference page; rather, referencing should occur throughout the outline as it will in your presentation. Therefore, your outline should include both a separate reference page containing a minimum of five sources listed in proper APA reference list format AND internal citations throughout the outline where appropriate. Please be sure to see the resources below for assistance regarding in-text citations and reference list formatting, and/or ask me if you have any additional questions.
***I attached the bibliography and a sample of how the outline should be***

When completing this assignment, use pages 113-119 in The Writer’s Practice. The

When completing this assignment, use pages 113-119 in The Writer’s Practice.
The purpose of this assignment is to help you practice writing an argumentative essay by backing up your claims with evidence.
Considering your Audience is that described on page 114, submit a document that has the following:
1. Include a short answer (a sentence or two) for each of Process steps 1-6 (pgs. 115-117). For step 5, just an outline is fine.
2. Complete Process step 8 (pg. 117). Focus especially on the material on paragraphs that we discussed in lecture.
3. Briefly complete the Reflect assignment on pg. 118.
The attached rubric is a specifications grading rubric. The criteria on the rubric will allow the grader to decide whether or not you have displayed mastery in your use of Standard Edited Written English, sentence structure, and paragraph construction. They will also evaluate whether you have met the goals of the assignment. See the Student Grade Tracker for information on how your score on this rubric contributes to your course grade.
High Pass: 7 or 8 criteria met
score of 2
Low Pass: 5 or 6 criteria met
score of 1
Needs Revision: 4 or fewer criteria met
score of 0
*Note that scores do not correspond to real points, it is just a way for us track whether you have earned a high pass, low pass, or unsatisfactory. This is how we can track passing scores in Canvas.
**This assignment DOES count towards your final grade in the course. Please disregard the blue note (that states: “This assignment does not count toward the final grade.”) from Canvas at the top of the page. Again, this note is a feature of Canvas that we cannot remove.
This writing assignment is eligible for a “free” resubmission. This resubmission must be accompanied by a two-paragraph summary that explains the feedback you received on the initial submission (paragraph 1) and how you incorporated it into the revised resubmission (paragraph 2). Without this summary, your TA will not regrade your assignment. The resubmissions need to be uploaded as a second submission to this assignment page no later than 2 weeks after the original assignment was due. After that date, the submission page will no longer be available and you will not be able to resubmit.

During this week’s lecture, we discussed how biochemistry makes significant cont

During this week’s lecture, we discussed how biochemistry makes significant contributions to the fields of agriculture (foods), fuel industry, and medicine. Read the article and watch the two short videos on GMOs. Did the article and videos cause you to change your opinion regarding GMOs? Do you agree or disagree with the points made in the article and videos? Do you believe GMO foods should be labeled in grocery stores? Do GMOs solve a problem (like starvation) or create a problem (unknown long-term effects)? Include your personal experience(s) (if you have any to share) related to this topic.

12 Advantages and Disadvantages of Genetically Modified Foods

Assignment (You are an EHS manager and just join a perchloroethylene manufacture

Assignment
(You are an EHS manager and just join a perchloroethylene
manufacturer. There was an over exposure incident happened
and Ministry of Manpower (MOM) had issued a Stop Work Order
to your new employer.
Personal exposure monitoring carried out 8 months before the
incident showed the latest average 8‐hour time‐ weighted
exposure level was 40% of the Permissible Exposure Level (PEL).
Your employer has requested you to draft a document to
convince MOM and get Stop Work Order Lifted.)

The lipid panel of a blood test measures the total cholesterol in blood. This co

The lipid panel of a blood test measures the total cholesterol in blood. This consists of the four types of lipids in blood, which include those considered as “good” and “bad” cholesterol. Besides, the body stores excess calories by creating triacylglycerols, which are stored in fat cells. The amounts of lipids in the human body are very important since researchers suggest that saturated fats and cholesterol are associated with diseases. Prepare a research paper in MLA style (at least three pages long and two reliable sources, including the textbook) on the following topic:
“Types of lipids, their structures, functions in the body, and health effects”
The book is called (Chemistry. An Introduction to General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry)
This research paper cant contain plagiarism otherwise you will receive a low score or even an F on this assignment

Some chemical reactions go very fast, while others are very slow. For any reacti

Some chemical reactions go very fast, while others are very slow. For any reaction, the rate is affected by changes in temperature, concentration of reactants, reactant surface, and the addition of catalysts. Controlling the rate of reaction by changing certain reaction conditions is essential for either slow down unwanted reactions or accelerate chemical processes to increase productivity. Prepare a research paper in MLA style (at least three pages long and two reliable sources, including the textbook) on the following topic:
“Factors affecting reaction rates according to the Collision Theory”
The textbook is called (Chemistry. An Introduction to General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry)
This research paper cant contain plagiarism, or you will get a low score or even an F on the assignment

Can the smart paper be the observation from the excel spreedsheet? Things to thi

Can the smart paper be the observation from the excel spreedsheet?
Things to think about
Processing 1D data:
a) Background
• What information does a 1D proton spectrum provide?
• What are the overall processing steps of 1D-NMR data?
• What is Fourier Transformation?
• What is phasing and how to phase?
• What is chemical shift?
b) How to:
• Start Topspin and open up a file.
• Execute Fourier Transformation.
• Zoom in and out and manipulate the viewing of the spectrum.
• Phase manually or automatically.
• Correct the baseline of the spectrum.
• Calibrate the chemical shift axis.
• Pick peaks.
• Integrate peaks.
• Start Plot-editor for making nice spectral plots.
c) Parameter to be investigated: LB
Procedures to be evaluated: Fourier Transform, Phasing, Integration.
d) Samples: Spectra from nail-polish remover analysis experiment in CHM 303
Obtaining your first 1H-spectrum and understanding Fourier Transformation:
a) Background:
• What is a spin and what is magnetization?
• What is the “rotating frame”?
• What is an rf-pulse?
• What is a Free Induction Decay?
• What is exponential window multiplication?
• How is a received analog signal digitized?
• What is the Nyquist criterion?
b) How to
• Start a new experiment.
• Begin the data acquisition.
c) Commands to be investigated: ZG, RGA
d) Samples: D2O or DCCl3 with H impurity. Use of Excel Demo file
Exploring settings for obtaining a 1H-spectrum and first simulation of NMR spectra
a) Background
• What is the meaning of: spectral window, carrier frequency, off-set, acquisition time, dwell time?
• What is dynamic range and receiver gain?
• What is signal-to-noise?
b) How to
• Change experimental parameters
• Start and use the NMR simulator software.
• Switch nuclei, experiments and samples in NMR simulator.
c) Parameters to be investigated: AQ, TD/SI, SW, NS, RG, O1
d) Samples: D2O or DCCl3 with H impurity.
The instrument basic procedures
a) Background:
• What are the major components of the instrument?
• What affects the resolution of the spectrum?
– Effect of poor shimming on line shapes
– Spinning a sample
– Spinning side-bands
• What does tuning and matching mean?
• What does “lock” mean and what does it do?
b) How to
• Inject a sample.
• Spin a sample.
• Lock a sample.
• Tune and match.
• Shim a sample.
• Watch in real time changes on a spectrum in GS mode.
a) Parameters to be investigated: AQ, TD/SI, SW, SF, NS, RG, O1:
d) Samples: D2O or DCCl3 with H impurity.
Spin-spin coupling, switching between proton and carbon
a) Background:
• What is spin-spin coupling?
• How to read the symbol nJXX?
• What are first and second order spectra?
• What is homonuclear and heteronuclear coupling?
• What is broad band decoupling?
• Considerations when switching to a different pulse program possibly involving different nuclei.
b) How to
• How to read in parameter files
• Obtain a 13C spectrum with or without broad band decoupling.
• Analyze multiplets using Topspin.
c) Procedures to be evaluated:
• Comparison of coupled and decoupled 13C spectra.
d) Samples: 3,3 dimethylpentane and other n-heptane isomers in CDCl3.
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Hi, The assignment consisted on purify the aniline with a method that I learned

Hi, The assignment consisted on purify the aniline with a method that I learned during the semester. I was planning to use a steam distillation but my professor didn’t provided me Tin so I had to improvise at last min so he said to do an acid-base extraction. at the end I think I used the wrong solvent Ethyl acetate so the aniline was not purify. at the beginning the compound was a liquid with a orange/red color and after the extraction it remained with the same color. professor was supposed to do a NMR and IMR to have the spectra but the did not so instead he provided me with a website I’ll attach all the info. If you have any questions feel free to reach out

This is a Grade 12 Chemistry Journal Entry of 2 pages needed double-spaced and a

This is a Grade 12 Chemistry Journal Entry of 2 pages needed double-spaced and a bibliography of at least 3 sources.
Please choose a product (ie: sports equipment, clothing, vehicles, or building materials) not a technology, and trace how its composition has evolved in response to the development of new materials. Be sure to focus on the chemistry behind the development (ie: bonding, etc.) and avoid simply describing “how it’s made.”
I was thinking the product should be Shampoo/Conditioner, Lotion, or Toothpaste (just some ideas, if you have a better one then that′s great!), please message me first what product you have chosen to write about before starting!
Sample Paper for inspiration, but DO NOT use deodorant, please:
Deodorant is a simple everyday product that most people use. As simple as it may seem, the way that this product is specifically made to be used as it is intended is fascinating. Deodorants are used for personal hygiene and can also be referred to as part of underarm skincare. It is important to have a particular product for underarms because they are considered one of the most sensitive skins on the body. The reason behind this is that the underarm skin is thinner than the other skin on the body. It is also not exposed to outside elements, such as sunlight, which can make skin tougher. The friction that occurs when rubbed against skin or clothing can cause skin irritation. It is also a home to lots of nerves and lymph nodes. The warm and moist environment of armpits is a “breeding ground for bacteria” (“Why Is Underarm Skin More Sensitive?). All these things highlight the importance of using a deodorant. It is designed to eliminate body odor and to feel fresh throughout the day. Deodorants also prevent bacterial growth in the underarms, which can enhance one’s health (Tipakov). All these claims can be proven by examining the chemistry of deodorant.
Deodorants are applied on the skin to help fight body odor by targeting and killing the odor-producing bacteria while still allowing the body to produce perspiration (Nguyen). Sweating is the body’s natural way of removing waste, which is why many researchers suggest using deodorant rather than antiperspirants (Frothingham). The chemical compound of E 3-methyl-2-hexine acid is what contributes to body odor. Another geometric isomer, Z (or cis) 3-methyl-2-hexonic acid, is also commonly associated with body odor but to a lesser extent. In order to mask the smell, antibacterial compounds such as triclosan and chlorhexidine are added to the product. Triclosan and ethylenediaminetetraacetic or EDTA prevent bacterial growth in the underarm region (Nguyen). In addition, deodorants are also mostly alcohol-based and consist of sodium stearate, stearyl alcohol and sodium chloride to help with eliminating odor. Humectants like propylene glycol and glycerin are added, as well, to prevent the product of drying out. Additives for PH control like triethanolamine and diethanolamine control PH levels of the skin when the deodorant is applied. Deodorants also contain preservatives like benzoate and parabens, which are less common, to extend shelf life (Nguyen). Depending on the company and brand, some scent-specific chemicals are also added to have fragrance. Some deodorants contain natural ingredients, as well, such as vegetable protein, shea and cocoa butter, beeswax and coconut oil to help with moisturizing the skin. The chemical compound of cyclomethicone, which is an odorless and colorless silicone compound, is often used as solvents in the product. This compound is too large to pass through the initial layer of the skin, therefore, there is no risk of absorption. It is added in deodorants because it does not irritate the skin and it evaporates quickly, leaving behind the deodorant’s active ingredients without the greasiness or stickiness (Nguyen).
It is interesting when the everyday ordinary things are looked at differently because it is being viewed by its structure and how it is made. The experiences become more meaningful when it is understood how something does what it does. As simple as the action of applying deodorant in the morning can now be more fun and interesting in a way knowing that it has several chemical compounds that react with body odor to eliminate it and to prevent bacterial growth. There are also many other compounds that help with other things, such as the prevention of drying out the product, controlling skin PH levels, extending shelf life and fast drying, that most people may not have thought of before. Chemistry truly gives new perspectives and new meanings even in the simple daily actions in the modern world.