Take your cookie/jelly pan. Line it with aluminum foil generously. Take the marinated chicken out of your refrigerator, remove one leg piece and shake it up. Let the marinade drip completely. Place it on the cookie sheet/pan (ensure that the skin part covers the chicken).
Add the softened cream cheese to the food processor and make sure that the oreo cookies and cream cheese are mixed well together. One will then line a cookie sheet with wax paper and roll the dough into small bite sized balls. To make this easy, take the one-fourth measuring scoop and scoop the dough out of the bowl and onto the cookie sheet. Once the bite sized balls are lined up on the cookie sheet, place them in the freezer for thirty minutes. While the balls are freezing, one should take this time to melt the white chocolate.
Observe after at least 5 minutes. For a closer examination, use the glass rod, popsicle stick or toothpick to hook the precipitate. * Step 6 – Pour the liquids down the sink and clean the rest of the equipment. Read more at Suite101: How to Extract DNA From Fruit and Vegetables: A Home Experiment for Viewing Real Deoxyribonkucleic Acid http://www.suite101.com/content/how-to-extract-dna-from-fruit-and-vegetables-a76806#ixzz1EkVq2LaJ Theory The mashing breaks the cells apart. The detergent breaks them open, freeing the cell contents (including the DNA).
Take samples from the bags and place them in front of the appropriate bag on a clean surface. Using forceps weigh each kernel on a digital measure scale. Record the data on a separate piece of paper in grams. Follow the procedure for other two brands of the popcorn. Now, to figure out the volume of the kernels by volume measuring cups, fill up the cups by 500 ml of water.
Next, get 2.00 grams of MgSO4 and combine it with the paste. Place pieces of wool into the neck of a funnel and place the funnel over a beaker. Mix 15 mL of 50/50% into the beaker, stirring to get a liquid from the paste. Then, pour just the liquid into the funnel to filter it out. Do this one more time the exact same, and then a third time using only 10 mL of the mixture.
Liz Somone Chem 112 TA: Meng Floating Egg Lab Report The goal of this experiment was to determine the density of a solution needed to float an egg, the freshness of an egg, and the way volumetric glassware affects the value and accuracy of density. The types of volumetric glassware used were a 25-mL buret, 25-mL Mohr pipet, 25-mL volumetric pipet, 25-mL volumetric flask and a 25-mL Erlenmeyer flask. I prepared a 1500 mL solution of salt and water in order for the egg to float. Using that same solution I filled a buret that was mounted vertically to the 0 and then drained the solution to nearest 0.00 mL. The solution was then drained into an Erlenmeyer flask and I recorded the weight of the flask before (W1) and after the solution (W2) and then subtract the weight of the flask with the solution from the weight of the flask alone in order to find the absolute mass of the solution (W3).
* Leave to cool in the pan for 10-15 minutes then turn out onto a wire rack to cool completely. * Once the cake is cooled, slice it horizontally in half. Put the bottom slice onto your serving plate. * Drizzle 1 tbsp of Frangelico over the top of the cake on the plate. * To make the fudge frosting, place the chocolate pieces and butter in a heatproof bowl over a saucepan of barely simmering water.
6. Remove the stack from the shaker and carefully weigh and record the weight of each sieve with its retained soil. Also weigh and record the weight of the bottom pan with its retained fine soil. Hydrometer Analysis: 1. Take the fine soil from the bottom pan of the sieve set, place it into a beaker and add 125mL of the dispersing agent.
b) Open the cover of the petri dish halfway and pour in the agar to just cover the bottom of the dish. Try to minimize the introduction of bubbles. c) Repeat for all the dishes. d) Immediately rinse the flask with warm water to facilitate washing the flask. 5.
At this point, I take my original, dry mixture and gradually beat it into the wet mixture. Finally, I stir in the quintessential ingredients, the chocolate chips. Next, take our concoction and use spoons to scoop it from the bowl and place rounded drops of cookie dough on the baking sheets. I put twelve spoonfuls of dough on each baking sheet, baking twenty-four cookies at one time. Next, I put them in our preheated oven, and I set the timer for ten minutes.