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name the technique performed with a burette which is used to find a solution’s concentration Titration
name the test for detecting metals, in which strontium solutions turn red and sodium solutions turn yellow when subjected to this test flame test
name this lab technique that separates two substances by boiling one of them off, often used to desalinate water Distillation
calculates the heat or enthalpy change of a chemical or physical process by using specialized vessels to measure a change in temperature. Essentially, measures a system's heat change Calorimetry
separates a complex mixture into its individual components, involves two components: a mobile phase, which moves, and a stationary phase, which interacts differently with different components of the mobile phase to produce a separation. Chromatography
These devices are represented on circuit diagrams by a jagged line and a four colored band system indicates their strengths in Ohms. Name these devices that impede the flow of current in a circuit. Resistor
These generally include an insulator called a dielectric between two conductors. Their common measurement is charge divided by electric potential difference. Name these devices whose strength is measured in farads and store charge. Capacitor
Name this circuit element, whose namesake property is measured in Henries, and which stores energy in a magnetic field. Namesake property symbolized L Inductor
Name these alternating circuit components containing a pair of inductively-coupled coils that steps down or steps up an input voltage. These devices transfer electrical energy from one AC circuit to another using induction. Transformer
name this circuit element which allows current to flow through in only one direction, whose "light-emitting" variant is used in modern light bulbs. Diode
This experiment contradicted the corpuscular theory of light by proving its wave-particle duality. This experiment showed that waves can behave like particles. This experiment that used the namesake structure to observe the wave-particle duality of light. Thomas Young’s double-slit experiment
Experiment disproved the existence of the luminiferous aether. The apparatus was rotated so that the interference pattern would have changed if the light was traveling through ether, not the case. Name this experiment, which used an interferometer. Michelson-Morley experiment
Parallel voltage plates created a uniform electric field and the voltage was adjusted to the level necessary to cause the particle to suspend in air. Name this 1909 experiment which measured the charge of the electron, performed by Robert Millikan. oil-drop experiment
An alpha particle was shot at namesake material in this experiment. Most particles passed through with no deflection, but about 1 in 2000 were deflected more than 90 degrees. Verified the existence of the positively charged atomic nucleus. Rutherford gold foil experiment
Scientist (and fiar) who studied genetics using pea plants Gregor Mendel
Using an electrical spark to simulate lightning and producing organic compounds from hydrogen, ammonia, water, and methane, name this 1952 experiment which demonstrated the feasibility of abiogenesis on an early Earth Miller-Urey experiment
This experiment eliminated the dispersive and conservative hypotheses, instead supporting the semiconservative model. Proved that each new DNA molecule in replication consisted of one strand from the original helix and one new strand Meselson-Stahl experiment
Author of An Inquiry into the nature and causes of the Wealth of Nations (1776) and the creator of the metaphor of the “invisible hand.” This work more-or-less single-handedly founded the Classical school of economics Adam Smith
Chicago school economist who founded monetarism (a revision of the quantity theory of money) in works like A Monetary History of the United States, 1867–1960 (1963). Conservative and laissez-faire government policy. Author of Capitalism and Freedom Milton Friedman
illustrated international trade using Portuguese wine and English cloth. Name this author of Principles of Political Economy and Taxation who formulated the theory of comparative advantage. David Ricardo
Economist: governments should invest in public schools, eliminate poverty, and create a "New Class" of workers, production in modern economies is preserved by "conventional wisdom." Author of The Affluent Society and The New Industrial State John Kenneth Galbraith (Note: he is Canadian-American, some questions say he is American. Some Canadian. He is both.)
Built on ideas of Jeremy Bentham. English thinker, author of Utilitarianism and On Liberty John Stuart Mill
“command central” of the cell contains almost all of the cell’s DNA, which appears as chromatin through most of cell cycle, but condenses to form chromosomes during mitosis. Within there are dense bodies called nucleoli, which contain ribosomal RNA. Nucleus
the machines that coordinate protein synthesis (translation). They consist of several RNA and protein molecules arranged into two subunits. These organelles read the messenger RNA copy of the DNA & assemble the appropriate amino acids into protein chains. Ribosomes
Stock Clue Organelle: flippases cell/plasma membrane
Stock Clue Organelle: integrins cell/plasma membrane
Stock Clue Organelle: tic, toc proteins chloroplast
Stock Clue Organelle: b6f complex chloroplast
Stock Clue Organelle: sarcoplasmic, KDEL, glucose-6-phosphatase ER
Stock Clue Organelle: 9 plus 2; type III secretion systems; basal bodies Flagella
Stock Clue Organelle: Tay-Sachs disease, Hexosaminidase A, Pompe's disease Lysosome
Stock Clue Organelle: Leigh's disease, Leber's optic neuropathy, cristae mitochondria
Stock Clue Organelle: Cajal bodies, snRNP proteins Nucleus
Stock Clue Organelle: Zellweger syndrome, plasmalogen synthesis, refsum disease, C-terminal Peroxisome
Author of Our Town Thorton Wilder
Author Long Day’s Journey Into Night Eugene O'Neill
Author Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf Edward Albee
Author A Streetcar Named Desire Tennessee Williams
Author A Raisin in the Sun Lorraine Hansberry
Author The Crucible Arthur Miller
Author Death of a Salesman Arthur Miller
Author Mourning Becomes Electra Eugene O'Neill
Author The Glass Menagerie Tennessee Williams
Author The Iceman Cometh Eugene O'Neill
Author Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Tennessee Williams
Major Character is Willy Loman (name play) Death of a Salesman
Major Character are Blance DuBois and Stanley Kowalski (name play) A Streetcar Named Desire
Major Character is Elizabeth Proctor (name play) The Crucible
Author of The Little Foxes Lillian Hellman
Major character of Things Fall Apart Okonkwo
The novel Things Fall Apart takes place in Umuofia
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