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Thursday, November 9

  1. page M.Higgins And D.Lazerev Reaction Wiki edited CHEMICAL REACTION: COMBUSTION; The gas engine The first gas engine was invented in 1876 by a man n…
    CHEMICAL REACTION: COMBUSTION; The gas engine
    The first gas engine was invented in 1876 by a man named Nicolaus Otto of Germany. The Otto Cycle, or Four Stroke engine has five major
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    Ok now that we are introduced with the history of the gasoline engine and how it works; let's talk about the chemistry that continues on in the engine. The reaction is composed of the gas or fuel for that matter, C8H18 or without confusion a molecule that is combined with 8 carbon atoms and 18 hydrogen atoms. As the gas is compressed the gas experiences the type of chemical reaction that is formally known as Combustion. Combustion is a type of reaction where usually Carbon and Hydrogen take place in the formula combining with oxygen to produce H2O and CO2.
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Monday, November 6

  1. page J. Brock Gas Laws edited There are six major gas laws. They are Boyles, Charles, Gay Lussac, The Combined gas law, Dalto…

    There are six major gas laws. They are Boyles, Charles, Gay Lussac, The Combined gas law, Daltons, and The Ideal gas law. Boyle's law relates pressure and volume, Charles's law relates volume and temperature, Gay Lussac's law relates temperature and pressure, the combined gas law combines all of the laws into one, Daltons law of partial pressure is used to find the pressure, and the ideal gas law is used to find the amount of a certain gas.
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Wednesday, August 30

  1. page T. Glenn Time Line Project edited ... Atomic Time Line Project Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophers ... people. This theory th…
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    Aristotle {384-322 BC} - Aristotle was born in Stagira, Greece. Aristotle is one of the biggest influence from ancient philosophy. Aristotle spent a lot of his time studying at Plato's Academy. He spend about 20 years there. Not only did he attend this academy to be a student, but he later had the honor to teach there. After attending the academy, he traveled the world while at the same time educating a famous young man, Alexander the Great. Alexander the Great was very famous because he once nearly conquered the world! Aristotle had his mind set on educating others that he started his own school which was called Lyceum. One of many reasons why Aristotle is so well known is because of his precise and detailed observations about nature and the physical world in general. Aristotle basically opened up many gates to the study of biology for many other fine philosophers. Some of the texts that he had published were Physics, Metaphysics, Rhetoric, and Ethnics. He was influenced mostly by his father, Nicomachus. From a young age, Aristotle developed a love for philosophy, and the the logic behind it. Aristotle can sometimes be known as "the father of biology." The way in which Aristotle was able to do many of his works was by Alexander the Great funding him while serving as a king. If it weren't for Alexander, Aristotle probably wouldn't have made so many amazing discoveries! He was always sending for Aristotle to get samples of plants so that Aristotle could study them and base a lot of his logic off of them.
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Tuesday, July 18

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    Use the news feed to introduce yourself, start discussions, and manage your Classroom.
  2. page Movie Embed edited Separation of Mixtures via Precipitation

    Separation of Mixtures via Precipitation

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