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    (Original post by john51)
    I put light intensity for the variable
    Is that the yeast question. But yeast doesn't use light though does it, so it'd be irrelevant.
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    (Original post by CSM1996)
    But they are biologists they don't know that please Well if the lead was faulty, then it would be an acid then it wouldn't be controlled then !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! joke i'm just trying to make myself feel better cry

    Wait is lead even a strong base?
    lead(ii) hydroxide
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    (Original post by lion542)
    lead(ii) hydroxide
    Oh well, you never know. For all they know I don't do chemistry and don't know that!
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    (Original post by CSM1996)
    pH and concentration are different things. pH is concentration of hydrogen ions isn't it?
    I guess I'm going fail chemistry then.
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    (Original post by CSM1996)
    Thinking outside the box, I like it
    I swear they mention about 400 variables already(
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    (Original post by Brianthewalrus)
    Is that the yeast question. But yeast doesn't use light though does it, so it'd be irrelevant.
    Yeah i know, better than leaving it blank though
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    (Original post by CSM1996)
    Thinking outside the box, I like it
    I wrote type of yeast as well
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    (Original post by Kh19)
    I wrote type of yeast as well
    hopefully thats right was the only thing i could think of!
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    (Original post by hiimsophx)
    I swear they mention about 400 variables already(
    Init they mentioned all the obvious ones - temperature, volume, concentration


    (Original post by Kh19)
    I wrote type of yeast as well
    I'm pretty sure that is right - god knows why I didn't think of it
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    (Original post by john51)
    Yeah i know, better than leaving it blank though
    Googled it and apparently they can work better in dark damp conditions. Some quantum Biology ****. Maybe you'll get a decent marker.
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    What did you folks put for: Why did the glucose concentration decrease between 1 and 3 hours? It asked for two reasons.
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    (Original post by lion542)
    lead(ii) hydroxide
    Lead(II) nitrate forms a slightly acidic solution, with a pH of 3.0 to 4.0 for a 20% aqueous solution.
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    (Original post by GremlinFace)
    What did you folks put for: Why did the glucose concentration decrease between 1 and 3 hours? It asked for two reasons.
    Insulin converted glucose to glycogen and glucose used up by respiration!
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    So wait, for the yeast variable, would glucose concentration be something that is already kept constant anyway?-edit. Obviously, silly mistake.
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    (Original post by CSM1996)
    Lead(II) nitrate forms a slightly acidic solution, with a pH of 3.0 to 4.0 for a 20% aqueous solution.
    Thats me told
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    (Original post by CSM1996)
    Init they mentioned all the obvious ones - temperature, volume, concentration




    I'm pretty sure that is right - god knows why I didn't think of it
    I said temperature in surrounding air


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    (Original post by CSM1996)
    Insulin converted glucose to glycogen and glucose used up by respiration!
    I said the guy exercised so respirated more
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    (Original post by GremlinFace)
    What did you folks put for: Why did the glucose concentration decrease between 1 and 3 hours? It asked for two reasons.
    I put because the insulin conc greatly increased meaning that the glucose got converted into glycogen? or glucagon GOD KNOWS
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    (Original post by CSM1996)
    Insulin converted glucose to glycogen and glucose used up by respiration!
    Yuss! I put that too
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    (Original post by Brianthewalrus)
    So wait, for the yeast variable, would glucose concentration be something that is already kept constant anyway?-edit. Obviously, silly mistake.
    why would glucose be kept constant? It said the volume was constant at 200cm3
 
 
 
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