ARGHH! I don't know if my data is right for part B1 of the practical report. Could someone tell me what the trend should be? Here's my graph... is this right? The brown dots are the pea and the blue dots are the maize
#BS1011 - Stuck on sheet two of this weeks assessment. Have changed the format to 'Number' but it doesn't seem to have done much - can't work out how you get it recognise scientific notation. Can anyone help? (Or is this cheating)
#BS1013 - In our Plant Physiology practical on Friday we were really rushed and my pair ran out of time to do part A3 of the experiment. What do we do for the practical write up when we haven't done this part of the experiment? Has anyone else had this problem?
Does anyone think that neglecting Dr. Evans stuff in revision and focussing on Drs. Ryder and Rawlins' topics is a good method? After all, there will only be 1 out of the 4 questions in the #CH1070 exam that are actually on his topics and we only have to answer 3/4 questions. Any thoughts?
When working with Gibbs energy figures, is it necessary to convert them to joules/mol^-1 rather than using KJ/mol^-1? Say, for example if I had to work out a Ka value for a particular reaction from the Gibbs energy number?
Bit confused about something on lecture 2 of Dr Willmott's section. The slide 'Classification of Amino Acids' groups proline in with the non-polar, aliphatic AAs, whereas it is in the Polar, uncharged section 3 slides on. Not sure whether that is intentional or not?
I'm finding the revision for the #BS1015 practical exam on Friday really helpful. It's amazing how much more you can understand with a few weeks hindsight and better knowledge! I can see where and why I went wrong more clearly now. :-)
I've been looking at the quiz for Advanced Thermodynamics (#CH1070) and it talks about DH, DS and DG. Did we cover these in the lectures with Dr. Ryder? I can't find anything about them in the lecture slides.