Construct a volcano plot to visualise the changes in fold change and p values from health to sepsis. (By excel) Omics_Microbes: Introduction Sepsis (also known as blood poisoning) is the immune system’s overreaction to an infection. Normally the human immune system fights infection but sometimes it attacks our body’s own organs and tissues. If not … Read more
Were there likely additional compounds (besides one of the four listed in Figure 1) remaining on the column? How do you know Experiment 13 Questions for Data Analysis and Results Based on the structures shown in Figure 1, rank the four compounds in order of polarity (least polar to most polar). Then state the order … Read more
Homework set 10 – Total points: 100 Question 1: Theoretical understanding of reaction kinetics (10pts) After studying the slides, your notes from lecture and your readings, answer the following questions in 2-3 sentences for each part: Explain what reaction kinetics describe and how the study of kinetics is different from the study of a reaction … Read more
Discuss the mechanism of this reaction, how the product was purified, and any factors that would impact your percent yield. Organic Chem Formal Lab Report/ Worksheet State the reaction that was done, how the product was purified, and how the product was analyzed. State the percent yield. Draw the overall reaction (not the mechanism). You … Read more
Show the stereo chemistry of the compounds using solid and hashed-wedged bonds. Incorrect isomers will not be considered. INSTRUCTIONS – Given in each item is a reaction scheme showing the reactant/s, reagent/s, and major product. If the compound shown at the right side is not the major product, rewrite the scheme to show the correct … Read more
List the components of an HPLC instrument. Analytical Chemistry 2 HW 3 for Chem 318 Solute A has a K = 2.5 for an extraction between water (phase 1) and chloroform (phase 2). If 100 mL of a 0.01M solution containing A in water is extracted one time with 400 mL chloroform, what fraction will … Read more
Chemical reaction in solution Part I: Mechanisms (20 points). Reaction A: consider a solution of acetophenone (AKA methyl phenyl ketone) and sodium trifluoroperacetate (deprotonated trifluoroperacetic acid). Draw these two reactants and then show a full arrow-pushing mechanism providing the flow of electrons, showing how the two react with one another and the resulting product.
Module 5 project. Cancer cells, like normal cells, grow and rely on the metabolic pathways youlearned about in this module. How they do it differs from normal cells. Thedifference has provided a diagnostic tool for detecting cancer. It may also providethe key to stopping cancer cell growth. As you read the article below and watch … Read more
Lab What important step does calcium methoxide facilitate? Is the calcium methoxide used up in the synthesis?
Chemicals reactions that have a bad effect on the environment. Write a paper about a chemicals reactions that have a bad effect on the environment. Write no less than 6 pages, including the title, Abstract and references