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25th July 2012 @ 04:24
Complete the pre-work quiz on Blackboard.

Consider the action spectrum of photosynthesis, and the absorption spectra of various photosynthetic pigments. How is this related to leaf colour?
Dunno, need to read some more

Complete the table below. Don't forget, this is a template so you need to select "use template" to activate text entry fields.

Table 6.1 Relationship between absorbance, amount of DCPIP, and level of electron flow through the electron transport chain.
Change in colour of DCPIP Change in absorbance at 605 nm (A605) Interpretation
No change – remains blue No electron flow through ETC
Changes slowly from blue to clear A605 decreases slowly
Changes quickly from blue to clear
24th July 2012 @ 07:27
Test: template_for_6.3_prework
Complete the pre-work quiz on Blackboard.

Consider the action spectrum of photosynthesis, and the absorption spectra of various photosynthetic pigments. How is this related to leaf colour?
[[box=75]]

Complete the table below. Don't forget, this is a template so you need to select "use template" to activate text entry fields.

Table 6.1 Relationship between absorbance, amount of DCPIP, and level of electron flow through the electron transport chain.
Change in colour of DCPIP Change in absorbance at 605 nm (A605) Interpretation
No change – remains blue [[box=10]] No electron flow through ETC
Changes slowly from blue to clear A605 decreases slowly[[box=10]]
Changes quickly from blue to clear [[box=10]] [[box=10]]
24th July 2012 @ 07:05
Test: using_template
Week: 1
Experiment title: analysis of yield
Date of Experiment:24th july 2012

The yield of the reaction was 104.3mg with a formula mass of 45.0g/mol.
Starting material (salty salt salt) was 209mg with a formula mass of 68g/mol.

Yield is calculated as:
(/)X100=
24th July 2012 @ 06:50
Test: labtrove_example
Week: [[box=10]]
Experiment title: [[box=10]]
Date of Experiment:[[box=10]]

The yield of the reaction was [[box=6]]mg with a formula mass of [[box=6]]g/mol.
Starting material ([[box=30]]) was [[box=6]]mg with a formula mass of [[box=6]]g/mol.

Yield is calculated as:
([[box=6]]/[[box=6]])X100=[[box=8]]
26th September 2011 @ 03:58
Dissemination: poster
website with Abstract: .pdf of program

LEARNING TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH FEST hosted by COCO, LATTE & CHAI.
4TH NOVEMBER 2010

Abstract and presenter details:
34. Rosanne Quinnell (Sydney), Brynn Hibbert (UNSW), Jeremy G. Frey (Southampton), Neil Duffy (UNSW), Mauro Mocerino (Curtin), Matthew Todd (Sydney), Piyapong Niamsup (Chang Mai), Adrian Plummer (Sydney) and Andrew Milsted (Southampton) - Extending the science curriculum: teaching instrumental science at a distance in a global laboratory using a collaborative Electronic Laboratory Notebook
In the higher education sector there is a strong push to improve the synergy between re- search and teaching. There is a need, therefore, to introduce into the undergraduate cur- riculum new and emerging technologies that support our current research practices and processes in science. There is no doubt that future scientific practice will increasingly in- volve collaborations that exploit new technologies with data and information being shared via the web. This project will extend the science curriculum by demonstrating how instru- mental science can be taught at a distance using a collaborative electronic laboratory notebook: http://altc.ourexperiment.org/.
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