Nanoparticles

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***

Echinacea-Treating Chronic Pain with Echinacea / Lewis Structures

Explain the two given topics to a non-specialist by relating the topic to something outside of our classroom. A non-specialist is defined as either a scientist who
does not have expertise in chemistry or medicinal plants OR non-scientists. You could think of your audience for this project as anyone who has not taken introductory chemistry, this could be a professor outside of Chemistry or Biology, one of your peers, a family member, or a student at a K-12 school.

A 250-500 word descriiption of each topic that could be used in a textbook to introduce your chosen topic.

Keep the topics descriiptions separate.

– A wall 4 meters high and 6 meters deep is composed of 2 centimeters of rigid foam [k=0.026 W/(m.K)],

2cm of plaster [0.22 W/(m.K)], 18cm of bricks [k=0.72 W/(m.K)] and a last layer of 2cm of
plaster, which faces an outer part kept at – 4oC. The brick layer was built using 3cm of plaster to fix a brick on top of another, whose individual height is 30cm. The rigid foam is the
part facing the interior of an environment, which is kept at 22oC. Between the foam and the bricks there is a
2cm thick layer of plaster. After the brick layer there is the last layer, which is also 2 cm
plaster, exposed to the external environment. The indoor and outdoor environments have transfer coefficients
of heat by convection of 10 [W/(m2.K)] and 20 [W/(m2.K)], respectively. Assuming a transfer of
one-dimensional heat and ignoring the radiation, determine the rate of heat transfer through the wall.

2 parts 2 readings

Hello! Please do not bid on this question if you don’t have general chemistry knowledge and some experience in reading scientific articles
Please read prompt and questions thouroghly before bidding, if you have expertise in this field it should not take more than 1-2 hours
I will provide -The full 2 questions and a rough draft
-The slides from previous lectures
The two required readings; scientific papers
But to give you an idea, the topics discussed include;
Ocean Iron Fertilization, carbon sequestration, ocean circulation, global heating…
Part 1
Describe the X and Y of carbon in the oceans. Which are the controls on X? Discuss…
Where does upwelling occur and why? Draw a picture for direction….
Which are the sources of X Y and Z in the oceans? What is the significance of the ___ Ratio? What controls the ______ depth and the ______ ______ zone?
What factors contribute to the uneven heating? How is heat ________ ? What drives the X circulation and what the Y- circulation in the Earth’s oceans?
PART 2
Science Papers:
A) Write 2-3 paragraphs summarizing the main conclusions presented in PAPER 1 and PAPER 2. Use your own words DONT JUST PARAPHRASE A FEW WORDS–> SHOW UNDERSTANDING OF STUDY
B) ARTICLE 1: What are the criteria to evaluate the validity of the_____results when extrapolated to a global scale?
What is the effect of _____ on the geochemical proxies used to understand the coupling between _________

The flat base of the bottom of an electric water heater is made of a 2 mm thick steel plate

The flat base of the bottom of an electric water heater is made of a 2 mm thick steel plate.
thermal conductivity of 40 W/(m. oC), and an insulating plate with a thickness of 4 mm and thermal conductivity of 0.06
W/(m.oC).
Between the steel and insulating plates there is an electrical resistance (RE) that dissipates a power of 800 W.
Consider the steady state situation with boiling water at a temperature of 100 oC and with a coefficient of
heat transfer by convection of 3000 W/(m2. oC), while the ambient air, which is in contact with the insulator,
it remains at a temperature of 25oC and a convection heat transfer coefficient of 10 W/(m2.oC).
Considering a perfect thermal contact between the electrical resistance and the steel and insulating sheets and that the base of the
heater has an area of 0.018 m2, determine:
a) The temperature (TR) of the electrical resistance;
b) The rate of heat lost to the air through
of the insulating plate;
ç). The rate of heat lost to water
through the steel plate.

Chemistry Element Project

This is a project it is not exactly an essay it is fairly simple i will attach the prompt below, I would like you to do parts 1-3. The fourth part is a 3D model that I will do myself. Use an element of your choice, my only request is please use an element that will not be too hard to essamble in 3D. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Thank you.

Dehydrogenation of ethanol

The dehydrogenation of ethanol to form acetaldehyde is carried out in a flow reactor.
CH,OH (g) > CH;CHO (g) H2 (g)
A 100 mol/h of ethanol at 380°C is fed to the reactor. The gas average heat capacities of
C¿H;OH, CH;CHO, and H2 are 78, 96, 29 (J/mol K), respectively.
a) Address the effect of varying the reaction conversion (from 0% to 99%) on the exit stream
temperature (°C) for an adiabatic reactor. Use a conversion increment of 3%, and show all
details. Plot temperature versus conversion.
b) Calculate the heat flow in or out of the reactor, if the reactor is operating isothermally at
380 °C. Address the effect of conversion on the heat flow rate (use10% to 100%, with
increment of 2%). Plot heat flow rate versus conversion.