Precipitation Essay Topics

Temperature inversion

1. Is a temperature inversion more likely to form on a calm or a windy night? Why? A temperature inversion is most likely to form on a calm night. Windy nights are not ideal for an inversion to occur since an inversion is considered a stable layer of atmosphere as well as due to the… View Article

Teleconnection patterns

1. Explain how observed teleconnection patterns can help in the preparation of a seasonal weather forecast. So the simple way of explaining a teleconnection is a warmer and cooler pacific can influence rainfall. “we saw how a vast warming (El Niño) or cooling (La Niña) of the equatorial tropical Pacific can affect the weather in… View Article

Cloud formation and precipitation

Clouds are formed as the water vapors have overreached the saturation value and the water vapor condenses (Answers, 2008). Once the eater condenses, the water forms into minute particles (University of Wisconsin-Madison). Water, by the processes of evaporation and transpiration, is lifted into the atmosphere (Missouri Botanical Garden, 2008). As the water vapors join the… View Article

Gravimetric Analysis report

SynopsisThe objective is to determine the amount of Sulphate in anhydrous Barium Sulphate precipitate by gravimetric method. Gravimetric method is by the quantitative determination of the mass of anhydrous Barium Sulphate precipitate. Barium sulphate precipitate is form when Barium Chloride is added excessively to a hot given Sulphate solution slightly acidified with concentrated Hydrochloride acid…. View Article

Evaporationin Our Daily Life

In a society based only on materialistic possessions, sometimes we overlook even the simplest of things, and the most valuable to our survival as a human race and as a planet. Everywhere around us people envy great architects and artists because of their remarkable creations. Though, we, as a human race disregard the importance of… View Article

Gravimetric Analysis & Determination of an Unknown Metal Carbonate

A large variety of analytical techniques and procedures, ranging from instrumental methods such as spectroscopy and chromatography to more classical processes, such as qualitative and gravimetric analyses, have been used to help chemists identify unknown compounds. Gravimetric analysis is a type of quantitative analysis, concerned with determining how much of one or more constituents is… View Article

Isolation of Crude Acetaminophen

After first isolation of crude acetaminophen, 1.22g of light, brown shiny, fine Crestline solid emulated, which demonstrated slight less than 0.030g of product was lost from original 0.150g of p-aminophenol. The melting point range of crude acetaminophen ranged from 166.8-167.6°C, when compare to the known melting point of pure acetaminophen which ranged from 169.5-171°C, is… View Article