SCIN131 American Military Arsenic Molecule Substance Introduction PPT

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I only need you to do the Audio ok. I completed the PowerPoint already see Attachment.



Assignment 3: The Presentation

Objective: Develop an audio-narrated PowerPoint presentation based on the research you have conducted about your chosen molecule/substance.

Assignment Instructions: Using the course project steps completed to date, you will develop your presentation based on the work you submitted for Assignments 1 and 2 as well as the feedback you were given.

To prepare for this assignment, I recommend that you do the following:

  • Read these directions carefully.
  • Review the grading rubric. The grading rubric is a detailed evaluation that I will use to assess your performance. It will also help you understand what is expected of you as you prepare your assignment.
  • Message me with any questions!

Presentation requirements:

  • Your presentation will be submitted as an audio-narrated PowerPoint. For instructions on how to create audio narration in PowerPoint, see the following link: Record a Slide Show With Narration. Audio narration is a requirement!
  • There must be a visual element (e.g., photos, videos, graphs, figures).
  • Your presentation must contain approximately 10-15 slides (excluding references) and run approximately 5-10 minutes.
  • Please note that less than 10% of your presentation should contain direct quotes.
  • Proper use and pronunciation of scientific terminology are required. For help with pronunciation, see this link: Cambridge Dictionary
  • Be sure to properly cite your work, both internal to the presentation as well as within the reference slide (this includes photos, graphs, figures, videos, etc.).
  • All references listed on the reference slide should be cited internally within the presentation, and vice versa.
  • You will submit this presentation to your classmates to review and discuss as a part of the Week Eight Forum.

The required elements: Your presentation should contain the following elements in the order listed below.

In addition, I expect that any feedback provided to you from Assignment 1: Annotated Bibliography and Assignment 2: The Outline be incorporated into this assignment. Please go back and review those comments.

Introduction Slide(s) - ALL

  1. Molecule/substance Introduction
    1. The common and IUPAC name of your molecule/substance. Please see this link to help with scientific names if needed: IUPAC Nomenclature Of Organic Chemistry: https://www.acdlabs.com/iupac/nomenclature/
    2. Where you can observe your molecule/substance in society and/or in nature.
    3. A brief discussion on why you chose your molecule/substance.
    4. If possible, a picture and/or video of you safely observing your molecule/substance in the field. If you cannot safely observe it, please include a couple of images from the internet.

Description

  1. Description
    1. You must include a physical description. You can use your personal observations from photographs. If you cannot safely observe your molecule/substance, you must research.
      • Physical Characteristics (appearance, texture, color, odor, melting point, boiling point, density, solubility, polarity, etc.)
    2. Chemical description: You will need to research the chemical properties of your compound/molecule)
      • Chemical Characteristics (stability in air or other environment, flammability, volatility, etc)
  2. Discovery
    1. a. Describe the initial discovery of your molecule. Who discovered the molecule, when, how, etc? Some compounds are part of a larger substance/plant. If this is the case, describe the isolation of your specific compound. The isolation refers to the initial time your molecule/substance was discovered from its raw materials, or isolated from its natural resources. Please see here for some hints on the chemical isolation.
  3. Usage and Benefit or Harm to Society
    1. Where has your molecule/substance been used. Is it used regularly or is has it only been used on occasion? If your compound is one we ingest when eating, include information on foods it's commonly found in.
    2. Write about the Benefit or Harm to Society Caused by your molecule/substance. Many compounds can be used as bioweapons or have both positive and negative impacts. Other compounds have had benefits as medicines or have caused harm as illicit narcotics. All of these are good ideas to start out thinking about, so I'd like you to discuss these impacts on society, the future, and in any way you can think they may be beneficial or harmful.

Conclusions - ALL

  1. This section must contain:
    1. Four to six points that sum up the main topics of the presentation that you have in your outline

Reference Slide(s) and Internal Citations – ALL

  1. This section must contain:
    1. Internal citations - This is not just a separate section; rather, referencing should occur throughout the presentation via parenthetical citations anytime you paraphrase, make direct quotes, or use visual components from other sources. Please be sure to cite any language, images, videos, etc. in the presentation that should be cited.
    2. Reference Slide - Your presentation should also have a final reference slide listing 5-10 credible sources researched for your presentation. NOTE: these are not included in the slide count for your presentation.
    3. Do not include your summary/evaluation from Assignment 1: Annotated Bibliography; simply list the references utilized in your presentation in APA format on the reference slide.

Additional Resources:

Presentation Tips and Guidelines

APA – In-Text Citations: The Basics

APA – Reference List: Basic Rules

Sample_Presentation (Keep in mind that this is a sample presentation for biology using a format other than PPT with audio; PowerPoint with audio is the required format for your presentation)

Evaluation: Please review the Presentation Grading Rubric that describes how your presentation will be graded.

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Marc P. Austin American Military University 20 April 2019  Arsenic is a chemical element symbolized as As.  Atomic number of the element is 33 (Stewart, 2012).  Arsenic is a metalloid.  A metalloid is an element containing various allotropes.  Arsenic appears in different forms.  The element can be yellow, gray or black.  Arsenic can be found in:  The earth’s crust;  Soil, water, air and rock;  Atmosphere;  Deeply drilled wells;  Pesticides used in agriculture;  Chemicals for preserving timber.  Yellow arsenic (Arsenic | Minerals Education Coalition) Gray arsenic (Hanania, Stenhouse & Donev, 2017).  It is silver gray in color.  It has a metallic appearance.  Gray form has a double-layered structure (Arsenic, n.d).  Has six interlocked rings.  Gray arsenic  Stable  Semi-metal  Semi-conductor when armophized (Arsenic and Compounds, n.d).  Yellow arsenic  Waxy and soft  Tetrahedral structure  Unstable and highly volatile  Low density  Highly toxic  Black arsenic  Atomic number is 33.  Belongs to group 15 family.  Valence of either -3, +3, or +5.  Specific gravity or yellow arsenic is 1.97.  Specific gravity for gray arsenic is 5.73.  Arsenic has properties of both metals and non-metals.  When exposed to hot air, arsenic oxide is formed.  At room temperature, the reaction of arsenic with oxygen is slow (Nguyen et al., 2018).  It is insoluble in water.  Reacts with acids to form either arsenous or arsenic acid.  Albert the Great discovered the chemical.  The chemical was discovered between the years 1193-1280.  Physicians and poisoners used the chemical frequently.  Craftsmen would use the product often before.  Most people who used in then were not aware of that they used the arsenic chemical.  Arsenic is used in:  Preserving wood and insecticides  LEDs and laser diodes  Ammunition in lead alloys  Growth and development of a nervous system.  Over 5 mg m-3 is dangerous to one’s health and life (El-Masr et al., 2018).  The body does not absorb arsenic (Ahmed et al., 2019).  Arsenic compounds are usually highly toxic and carcinogenic as well.  Arsenic is an element found in nature.  It reacts with oxygen in air to form a compound, arsenic oxide.  The element has some benefits that include preservation of wood and insecticides.  Arsenic is harmful since it is highly toxic. Ahmed, G., Thakur, A. K., Pushpanjali, null, Snehil, null, Chaturvedi, S. K., Shivam, P., … Narayan, S. (2019). Modulation of the immune response and infection pattern to Leishmania donovani in visceral leishmaniasis due to arsenic exposure: An in vitro study. PLoS ONE, 14(2), 1–16. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0210737 Arsenic and Compounds. Retrieved from http://scorecard.goodguide.com/chemicalprofiles/html/arsenic.html Arsenic | Minerals Education Coalition. Retrieved from https://mineralseducationcoalition.org/minerals-database/arsenic/ Arsenic. Retrieved from http://www.chemistryexplained.com/elements/A-C/Arsenic.html El-Masri, H. A., Tao Hong, Henning, C., Mendez Jr., W., Hudgens, E. E., Thomas, D. J., & Lee, J. S. (2018). Evaluation of a Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic (PBPK) Model for Inorganic Arsenic Exposure Using Data from Two Diverse Human Populations. Environmental Health Perspectives, 126(7), 1–9. https://doi.org/10.1289/EHP3096 Hanania, J., Stenhouse, K., & Donev, J. (2017). Arsenic - Energy Education. Retrieved from https://energyeducation.ca/encyclopedia/Arsenic Nguyen, M. H., Pham, T. D., Nguyen, T. L., Vu, H. A., Ta, T. T., Tu, M. B., … Chu, D. B. (2018). Speciation Analysis of Arsenic Compounds by HPLC-ICP-MS: Application for Human Serum and Urine. Journal of Analytical Methods in Chemistry, 1–8. https://doi.org/10.1155/2018/9462019 Stewart, D. (2012). Arsenic. Retrieved from https://www.chemicool.com/elements/arsenic.html ...
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School: Cornell University

Here are the notes that I wrote. I'm having trouble getting it to record, but I will be sure to get it taken care of before the due date.

Title: Hello, my name is Mark Austin and this is my presentation for the introduction to chemistry. I
chose to do my presentation on arsenic because it was one of the featured elements on the chemistry
world podcast. I had heard of arsenic before, but I didn’t know much about it. Doing this project has
made me more aware of its uses and applications, as well as it potential dangers.
Introduction: Arsenic has an atomic number of 33, meaning that it has 33 protons in its nucleus.
Arsenic has a molecular weight of 74.92 grams per mole, and the shorthand abbreviation is written as
capital A little S. Arsenic resides on the periodic table in group number 15. Some other elements found
in group 15 include nitrogen, phosphorus, antimony and bismuth. Arsenic is a classified as a metalloid,
meaning that it takes on some of the characteristics of both metals and solid nonmetals.
Properties: The stable isotope of arsenic is arsenic 75. Stable isotopes are ones that do not decay into
other elements. This form will have 42 neutrons in its nucleus. There have been a total of 33 i...

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