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Author(s): Carol Green, Susan Friedeck
To the student...Take advantage of the features of this lab book to help you succeed. For all the labs read the background, it will help clarify procedures, it will help you focus, and it will help you with calculations and other questions.
Read the procedure ahead of time. If you have a picture in mind of what you will be doing, it will speed things up and help you avoid pitfalls along the way.
Write notes to yourself; each lab has a “Notes” page for this purpose.
Author(s): Azida Walker
Physics for Medical Professionals is an algebra-based Physics text that can be used to help prepare students for careers in medical diagnostics. Each chapter teaches fundamental physics principles with the use of examples that are more relatable considering the student’s interest to be part of the health care industry. The unit chapters start with an introduction that captures the student’s attention and sets the stage for the importance of these concepts to the larger picture. The worked problems in the book show a step-by-step guide to problem solving.
Author(s): Jeff Armstrong
According to recent statistics, fewer than twenty-three percent of Americans are presently meeting the minimum guidelines for physical activity. The Centers for Disease Control and Preventions reports that nearly half of adults in the United States have stage 1 hypertension or are taking medication for hypertension. Obesity rates continue to increase at alarming rates. Hypokinetic disease puts a tremendous stress on the United States health care system.
Author(s): Madelyn Tucker, Linda R. Van Thiel
The exercises and background material found in Basic Life Mechanisms Experiments guide hands-on investigation into mechanisms of biological processes. Activities explore basic lab techniques and biotechnologies, and provide students an introduction to biochemistry, genetics, cellular biology, and microbiology. These activities help elucidate concepts learned in the lecture course, and build a solid base of lab skills for more advanced lab courses.
Author(s): Steven Rowley
General Chemistry II: Lab Manual is written for a second semester General Chemistry lab course. The experiments are ordered to follow the presentation that most instructors use at Middlesex County College.
General Chemistry II: Lab Manual:
-utilizes Microsoft Excel® for data manipulation with a spreadsheet.
-includes the PassPort® system for data acquisition and DataStudio® software for data manipulation.