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Wednesday, July 12, 2017

"The Vibe" - [Cisco Ramon Artwork]

Greetings and welcome to my new blog post! Throughout these holidays I've been working on some artwork from my favourite TV Show, and thought that it would be great to share my artwork with you all. Here we have a character named The Vibe portrayed by Carlos Valdes who has extraordinary abilities to see various events occurring in the past, present and the future, is able to open dimensional breaches to different Earths and Time, also can project powerful vibratory shock waves through his hands! Thank you all for visiting my blog, stay tuned for more, and enjoy the rest of your holidays! 

#TheFlash #CarlosValdes #CiscoRamon #TheVibe

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

[Science] - "(Polymers) Alkanes"

Alkanes:
  • A saturated hydrocarbon family:
            (saturated means all the bonds around the Catom are already occupied)

  • Suffix is  -ane (added at the end)
  • General formula: CnH2n+2
  • Single bond between C Atoms C-C


Number Of
C Atoms
Name Of Alkane
Molecular Formula
(CnH2n+2           
n= number of C atoms)
Structural Formula
Condensed
Expanded
1
Methane
C1H2 (1) + 2       CH4
(2 x 1= 2) + 2= 4
CH4
2
Ethane
C2H2(2) + 2       C2H6
(2 x 2= 4) + 2= 6
CH3-CH3
3
Propane
C3H2(3) + 2       C3H8
(3 x 2= 6) + 2= 8
CH3-CH2-CH3
4
Butane
C4H2(4) + 2       C4H10
(4 x 2= 8) + 2= 10
CH3-CH2-CH2-CH3
5
Pentane
C5H2(5) + 2       C5H12
(5 x 2= 10) + 2= 12
CH3-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH3
6
Hexane
C6H2(6) + 2       C6H14
(6 x 2= 12) + 2= 14
CH3-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH3
7
Heptane
C7H2(7) + 2       C7H16
(7 x 2= 14) + 2= 16
CH3-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH3
8
Octane
C8H2(8) + 2       C8H18
(8 x 2= 16) + 2= 18
CH3-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH3
9
Nonane
C9H2(9) + 2       C9H20
(9 x 2= 18) + 2= 20
CH3-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH3
10
Decane
C10H2(10) + 2       C10H22
(10 x 2= 20) + 2= 22
CH3-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH3

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

[Health] - "Effects Of Alcohol On The Body"

Greetings and welcome to my new blog post! Over the last couple of weeks within this term (Term 2) in Health class with Ms Dougherty, we've been focusing on drugs and alcohol. We've learnt all sorts of things about alcohol, such as the effects that has on you, your body and etc. Here is an image informing you of the task/activity we've been doing during class time this day. So we have here... the effects to of alcohol on your body, and also the various types of what alcohol causes; such as addiction. What I found interesting within this lesson is... alcohol poisoning, I didn't know at first of what alcohol poisoning was, until I researched information on YouTube, that it affects body temperature, blue pale skin. Thank you for your time!

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

[Social Studies] - "Darker Side Of Chocolate" Video Task

Image result for dark ghana chocolate


Greetings and welcome to my new blog post, throughout most of this term, in Social Studies with Ms Robertson, we've been learning and discussing about Child Labour. Today, we've looked in-depth towards it and have learnt about the people in Ghana who provide Dark Chocolate for people around the world. We've also been completing some activities and tasks relating towards an issue in Ghana, in which is the resources that they need for the people; especially the children in Ghana who are working in cocoa farms. Cocoa farm workers in Ghana have gotten help from Fair Trade, as they have provided them with resources such as water taps that pump healthy water for everyone, and also nutrition foods. The video that we have watched was named 'The Darker Side Of Chocolate', and this video was about cocoa workers in farms, which relates to what I've stated. Thank you for your time :)




Monday, June 19, 2017

[Science] - "Fashioned For You: Metals & Nonmetals"

Fashioned For You

Image result for metals



1) Differentiate between metals and nonmetals in terms of Physical and Chemical properties:
Physical Properties (Metals)
Chemical Properties (Nonmetal)
Heavy
Reactive
Good conductors of heat & electricity
Tend to lose electrons easily and form ions that are charged positively
Lustrous (shiny)
Forms of elements such as Sodium and etc
High melting point
Dull (Not shiny)
Can be hammered
Soft
Can be drawn into wires
Brittle (breaks easily into smaller pieces)
Usually solid at room temperature
Low density (light)
Opaque (Can’t see through it)
Low melting points

2) Relate the metals to it’s uses:
Iron:
Iron is a chemical element and metal. Steel is a well known and commonly used alloy made from iron and a small amount of carbon (or sometimes other elements.) Iron is relatively cheap to produce and has a large number of different uses. Machines, vehicles and building structures are commonly built from iron (usually in the form of steel.)

Gold:
Gold is a chemical element. Compared to other metals, gold is less chemically reactive. There is a system in which is called ‘gold standard’ which fixes a unit of money to a certain weight of gold. Injectable gold has been proven to help reduce pain and swelling in patients suffering from various diseases such as tuberculosis and rheumatoid arthritis.  

Silver:
Silver is a chemical element. It is a soft and shiny metal that has been used for many years to make fine pieces of jewelry, coins, utensils and various pieces of art. It is also precious indeed. In modern times, silver is also used in dentistry, electronics, photography, mirrors and in number of industrial applications that make use of its unique properties.

Reference:
Science Kids, (July 8 2016) Metal Facts. Retrieved from:



3. Describe how alloys are made and discuss the importances:
Alloys are found in various sorts of things including dentistry (teeth fillings), jewelry, door locks, musical instruments, coins, gun and etc. Alloys are metals combined with other substances in order to make them better in some way. However, some people think that the term ‘alloys’ defines the mixture of metals, well the actual definition of alloys are materials made up of at least two different chemical elements, one of which is a metal.

Reference:
Eagle, A. (July 8 2016) What are alloys? How are they made?



Second Part Of Science 10                  Fashioned For You:

Properties of Metals
1.         Have lustre - shiny
2.         Opaque -light cannot pass through it:
3.         Hard
4.         Strong
5.         hard-wearing – last long
6.         malleable – can be hammered into shapes
7.         ductile – can be drawn into wires
8.         good conductor of heat
9.         good conductor of electricity
10.     sonorous – produce ringing sound when hit
11.     usually solid at room temperature
12.     high density – usually heavy
13.     form basic oxides
14.     high melting point
15.     ions of metals have positive charges


Properties of Nonmetals:
1.         Dull – not shiny
2.         Soft
3.         Brittle – breaks easily into smaller pieces
4.         Low density – light
5.         Poor or non-conductor of heat and electricity
6.         Usually liquids or gases
7.         Low melting points
8.         Form acidic oxide
9.         Some ions have negative charges, others are neutral.