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PRG 421 UOP Course Tutorial / prg421dotcom

PRG 421 Entire Course, PRG 421 Week 1 Individual Assignment Hello World Program, PRG 421 Week 1 Supporting ActivityEvents and GUIs, PRG 421 Week 1 Supporting ActivityJava Containers, PRG 421 Week 2 Individual Assignment Retail Calculator, PRG 421 Week 2 Supporting ActivityArrays and Combo Boxes, PRG 421 Week 2 Supporting ActivityMenus, PRG 421 Week 3 Individual Assignment Individual Contact Information Program Part 1 and 2, PRG 421 Week 3 Learning Team Assignment, Charity Program, PRG 421 Week 3 Supporting ActivityException Handler, PRG 421 Week 3 Supporting ActivityWriting Code for a Data File, PRG 421 Week 4 Individual Assignment. Pie Chart Applet, PRG 421 Week 4 Learning Team Assignment (Charity Program), PRG 421 Week 4 Supporting Activity Java Applets and Network Security, PRG 421 Week 4 Supporting Activity Java Applets Versus JavaScript

2014-10-02 • 18 Cards

Substituents - Methane groups

Methane, Methyl, Methylene, Methanedyl, Methyline, Methine

2014-03-11 • 6 Cards

SCI - Separating Mixtures Definitions

Solution, Solvent, Solute, Solvent+Solute=?, Mixture, Precipitate (PPT), Saturated Solution

2013-09-22 • 7 Cards

Do liquids of a fixed shape

2013-02-28 • 0 Cards

water, pH, acids, bases, and buffers

Hyponatremia levels, result, How are hydrophilic molecules and hydrophobic ones secreted?, XS ? and ? in ? draw water from ? , which draws water from ? , resulting in intracellular ? in brain and ? . This is called ?, Covalent bond strength vs. H-bond, Electrostatic interactions are also called..., Both atoms involved in a hydrogen bond must be..., H-bonds contribute less ? in water than in a nonpolar environment. They can give greater ? than hydrophobic bonds., What is the "happy medium" in a VdW interaction called?, What is the major force stabilizing proteins and the lipid bilayers of cell membranes?, Acid dissociation constant, Keq: what does it mean, and what is it for H+ and OH- in water?, What does the mathematical operator "p" represent? What is pH?, A change of 1 pH unit corresponds to a ?-fold change in proton concentration., If strong acids are placed in water, one or more ? are donated to water to produce ? . A ? is also produced. This reaction is essentially ? ., H-H equation

2012-08-14 • 29 Cards

SCIENCE chemistry

2012-03-12 • 0 Cards

Chemistry Solids and Liquids

Boiling Point, Capillary Action, Heat of Vaporization, Ionic Crystals, Metallic Crystals, Molecular Crystals, Network Crystals, Surface Tension, The Properties of Liquids, Types of Crystals (Crystalline Solids), Types of Solids, Vapor Pressure, Viscosity, Volatility

2011-04-28 • 14 Cards

Chapter 16 Solids. Liquids, and Gases

*explain melting point in terms of the kinetic theory, Archimedes's principle, Bernoulli's Principle, boiling point, buoyancy, buoyant force, crystalline and non-crystalline (amorphous), crystalline solids, crystals, diffusion, Does ice float or sink in water?, gases, heat of fusion, heat of vaporization, How does density play into all of this?

2011-04-28 • 41 Cards

6th science solids, liquids, and gases study guide

-particles arranged in repeating patterns -made up of crystals -has a distinct melting point, -water rising into dry air that moves over the ocean -bubbles forming as water boils -wet pavement drying after a rain shower, area, because of surface tension, condensation, definite volume, directly proportional, dividing the force of its outward push by the area it pushes on, false, flows quickly, gas, gas pressure, higher the temperature, melting point, origin

2011-04-28 • 20 Cards

Understanding God's World Chp 5.4-.5

action of molecules in solid, causes molecules to move faster, gas, liquid, most liquids do this when colder, solid, solid, liquid, gas, speed of gas molecules, speed of solid molecules, water does this when colder, water's boiling point, water's melting point, why does ice float?

2011-04-28 • 13 Cards

Drinks/liquids

el agua, el jugo, el refresco, la leche, la sopa

2011-04-28 • 5 Cards

Volume of Liquids

Base Unit, Common unit, Instrument, Margin of error, Step 1 on a graduated cylinder, Step 2 on a graduated cylinder, Step 3 on a graduated cylinder, Volume

2011-04-28 • 8 Cards

Physical Chemistry: liquids

%, %, Adhesive force, Boiling point, Coeff. of viscosity, Coeff. of Viscosity, Cohesive force, Concentrated solution, Concentration, Concentration measurement, Continuos s.c., Dilute solution, Discontinuos s.c., Evaporation, Evaporation

2011-04-28 • 31 Cards

Solid Liquids and Gasses/ Cloud Types

Air Density, Carbon Dioxide, Dry Ice is what temperature, Helium, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Oxygen, The density of Carbon Dioxide is, To get the Density, To get the Volume

2011-04-28 • 10 Cards