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Make sure to include connections and applications in order to earn better than an average grade.

one to two page typed summary consisting of an introduction, results/discussion and conclusion section. You will need to include the data tables and graphs from Excel in a word document file. These graphs should be at least half a page in size and they are not part of the one to two page summary. Make sure to include connections and applications in order to earn better than an average grade. DO NOT COPY FROM GOOGLE, IT NEEDS TO BE WITH YOUR OWN WORDS. I SEND IT AN EXAMPLE FROM STUDOCU

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Chemistry

The numbers should be sequential throughout your report, and those same numbers should be used to list your citations here.

Report – Iodination of Acetone
(25pts) Full Report Submission
Upload your full lab report. Refer to the PDF “Lab Report Labeling Details” on your homepage for more details.
(25pts)
Title page
The title page should include the title of the experiment, the student’s name, the instructor’s name, and the date (either of the experiment of the report submission)
Abstract
An abstract is a summary of your experiment. It should include a brief purpose and summary of the method used (1-2 sentences), your key results (1-2 sentences), and conclusions that you can draw from these results (1 sentence).
Introduction
Your introduction should include background information about concepts and the importance of the topic. Explain why the technique/concepts are used and how they are applied in real life. Then tie the concepts in with what was performed in the actual lab experiment. No more than 1-2 pages. Must include references to sources that back up your statements and show real work application and relevance of what you are learning.
Methods
The methods should be written as a narrative step-by-step procedure of how the experiment was executed, in scientific English. Everything should be in the past tense, passive voice. It should be detailed enough for a person reasonably experienced in the lab to repeat the experiment. Use diagrams, figures, and flow charts to aid in your narrative. Any figures should be numbered sequentially, and captioned with a complete sentence, and referenced within your narrative.
Ex. Normal Sentence – “I watched 3.5 hours of Netflix last night with a few of my friends while we all gorged on popcorn!”
Scientific English – “Netflix was watched for 3.5 hours while a substantial amount of popcorn was consumed.”
Results
The results section is where you present your data and talk about what your results are in a narrative form, using scientific English. Everything should be in the past tense, passive voice. Present your data in tables or figures in the results section. Include the results of any calculations you performed using your data. Any figures or tables should be numbered separately but sequentially, and captioned with a complete sentence, and referenced within your narrative.
Discussion
The discussion is where you talk about what your results mean. May include references to sources to support ideas that are being hypothesized based on your results, or existing published work to which you are comparing your results.
Conclusions
The conclusion should be a summary of what was performed, the results and official conclusions that can be drawn based on those results. You can also mention what implications your data may have toward future experiments that may be performed.
Citations
Cite the sources you used when writing your report in ACS style.
(https://pubs.acs.org/doi/full/10.1021/acsguide.40303). You should indicate your citation within the text with a superscript number at the end of the sentence where you referred to your source for information. The numbers should be sequential throughout your report, and those same numbers should be used to list your citations here. Use the same number for each citation, no matter how many times you reference it, but be sure to cite it in each instance with that number.
I attached the data collected during the lab on the the table provided. We followed the exact steps from the lab manual (where the data is). there is no more info than the stuff provided on the manual.

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Chemistry

Please use anything other than glucose.

Research a specific carbohydrate and its importance in biology. Discuss its structure, whether it is a monosaccharide, disaccharide, or polysachardide. If it is a monosaccharide, discuss its various isomers, including where they are found and their approximate composition (i.e., percentages). If it is a disaccharide or polysaccharide, discuss its important linkages as well as where it is found in nature.
Also describe which carbohydrate test could be used to detect its presence in solution.
Your initial post must meet a minimum writing requirement (one paragraph with at least five sentences). Respond to at least two posts (one paragraph with at least three sentences each). Your responses must contribute meaningfully to the discussion. Posts consisting of “Thank you”, “You’re welcome”, “I agree”, or “Me too” do not contribute meaningfully to the discussion. Critique other students’ postings in a positive manner. Make sure your post is NOT a copy of someone else’s post. Always remember netiquette. PLEASE USE ANYTHING OTHER THAN GLUCOSE.

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Chemistry

This assignment must meet the following criteria:

Part 1: In this assignment, you will first identify your selection. Give the history of the person, his/her research that won them the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Also, share the process as to how the winner is chosen. Finally, state why you selected this person in your assignment. You may use the “Online Librarian” to assist in your research.
This assignment must meet the following criteria:
Minimum word count: 500 words
APA format
Works Cited page
Part 2: Provide feedback to me if this assisted in giving you a better understanding of the history of chemistry, and what could be done differently (three paragraph maximum).

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Chemistry

Writing about Stability-Indicating Assay in general using journals and paper as

Writing about Stability-Indicating Assay in general using journals and paper as introduction then writhing about my paper with results as I attached,