flush any skin and eyes for 20min in water. Isopropyl Alcohol- highly flammable liquid, water miscible. Isolate area for at least 100 meters. Use alcohol resistant foam to extinguish any fire and eliminate any ignition sources for a spill. first aide- move victim to fresh air, administer o2, remove all contaminated clothing, if in contact with eyes flush for 20min and wash the skin with soap and water.
Make sure the rubber stopper is securely in place since gas can easily leak out. Collecting the gaseous product: Prepare the gas collection bottle by positioning the bottle so that its mouth is. directly over the hole at the bottom of the trough; this is where the gas will enter the bottle. After the reaction, slide a square of glass over the mouth of the bottle while the bottle is still under water. Keeping the glass fixed to the mouth, raise the collection bottle and invert.
Care must be taken when squeezing the pipet bulb on the filter pipet. Too much pressure might cause the filter to leak or fall off. Add about 2 mL of fresh tert-butyl methyl ether to the solid in the RB flask, warm briefly, let the solids settle for a minute, and pipet the liquid to the centrifuge tube as before. Again allow the solids to settle briefly in the centrifuge tube, then filter the liquid through the pressure filtration apparatus, into the same 25 mL Erlenmeyer flask. Doing a rinse such as this helps to ensure that any trimyristin that was left behind in the RB flask and centrifuge tube is not lost, thereby helping to ensure that
As an observer of human behavior, you are watching people at a swimming pool, you observe that (a) some people dive right into the pool; (b) other people put there foot in first; (c) some people wade in, in slow stages. Offer explanations for each type of behavior, labeling your description as physical or cognitive. Because all humans are different, each has his own way of testing the waters, literally and figuratively. As an observer of people trying to get into a body of water, one may observe that some people dive right into it. This may be a result of a physiologically optimistic reason for doing so; this person may simply want to get the shock of the temperature over, or he could just simply jump in without much thought of the water because he knows he is about to have fun.
Next using the cloth that comes with the scope I wipe the head control and | | |the tail end also three times to make sure that there is no debris still left on the scope. | | |The manual part off cleaning the scope is now complete all that is left to do is to flush the| | |scope through with detergent water, clean water and air. To do this I place the channel | | |separator into the two top holes that have been brushed down and then the octopus is | | |connected to the other end off the scope that plugs into the scope stack. With using the pre | | |wizard washer I connect it up to the octopus on the scope and the machine then flushes | | |detergent water, clean water and air down the two channels, once this process is complete I
This is a technique where a detainee is strapped to a board, their feet are slightly higher then their heart, there is a black mask covering there face, and a towel is placed over the mask and their face with pressure being applied. The torturer begins dumping water on their face. In some cases they play extremely loud music. Waterboarding causes a sensation of being drowned. Christopher Hitchens, a British American journalist and literary critic, decided to put himself to the test and underwent waterboarding.
Alot of the masks contain center ventilation orifice allowing easy air exchange and helps prevent buildup of CO2(the thick smoke created by fire). To help improve the protection of the masks extensive test can be done on the masks to ensure that the firemans health is protected. according to Marshall Brain, "The problem with air-purifying respirators is that any leak in the mask makes them ineffective. The leak could come from a poor fit between the mask and the user's face, or from a crack or hole somewhere on the mask"( Brain, Marshall How Gas Masks Work, http://science.howstuffworks.com/gas-mask1.htm). During fire fighting anything can happen to your equipment or even the equipment you are
| Fantastic Voyage | Journey in the Lung | Amy Herold HS 130-01 Unit 4 Assignment Kaplan University March 23, 2014 | | | Good day and welcome to the fantastic voyage into Ms. Hutchins right lung where there is supposed to be a nasty fight going on . We will start today by getting into our submarine, the HMS Minimus, and being shrunken down to just 8 microns long, that’s really, really tiny!! Now that we have been successfully shrunk, our next step is to be injected Ms. Hutchins femoral vein so that we may begin the journey to her lung. As I stated just a moment ago, Ms. Hutchins immune system has been fighting a nasty invasion of bacterium in the right lower lung, and we are here to document the battle! Once we have investigated and documented the immune system at work we will take our leave by way of the alveolar membrane and out through the nose.
Hazards in Health and Social care Introduction It is just as important to follow rules and legislations put in to place weather it be in a public setting or in a health a social care setting. Doing this will ensure safety and security within the settings and ensure that hazards are reduced resulting in a well run environment. Swimming Pool-Hazardous working practice In a swimming pool setting a hazardous working practice could be lifeguards not having the correct training and equipment. If the life guard does not have enough training it could cause hazards such as drowning as the lifeguard may not be able to swim competently or carry out first aid effectively. Also not having the right equipment in the setting could cause hazards such
It has to displace enough mass of water before it sinks. This would allow the boat to float. 5. You look up in the CRC and find the density for lead is 11.3 g/mL. If a similar plot to the one you made in class was made using lead instead of zinc, what numerical value would the slope of the line be close to?