Exam 3 - Chps. 7-9

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Exam 3 - Chps. 7-9
• Plastics
• Liquid Fuel Rockets
• Television
Plastics - Names
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Edward Lloyd
Archibald Cochrane
James Watt
Murdock
Winsor
Macintosh
W. H. Perkins
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Haber/Bosch
Henri Moissan
Fritz Klatte
Christian Shoenbein
Leo Baekeland
Wallace Carothers
Plastics Connections
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Dutch Fluyt
Coffeehouse banking
Wood Tar & Pitch
Coal Tar
Coal Gas
Municipal coal gas
Waterproof garments
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Malaria
Aniline Dyes
German Chem. Ind.
Calcium carbide
Acetylene
Thermoplastics
Thermoset plastics
Synthetic polymers
Liquid Fuel Rocket - Names
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Charles the Bold
Napoleon
Nicholas Appert
John Gorrie
Von Linde
Joule - Thomson
Jules Violle
• James Dewar
• Jules Verne
• Konstantin
Tsiolkovsky
• Robert Goddard
• Herman Oberth
• Werner von Braun
Liquid Fuel Rocket Connections
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The Pike Square
Increased troop size
Battle of Marengo
Soc. For
Encouragement of Ind.
• Food Preservation
• Refrigeration
• Frozen Food
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Refrigerants
Adiabatic Flask
Liquid Oxygen
Liquid Hydrogen
WW II
The V2 Rocket
Television Names
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Gemma Frisius
Leondard Diggs
Henry the VIII
Christopher Saxton
John Ogilby
George Wade
Thomas Drummond
Floris Nollet
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Michael Faraday
Zenobie Gramme
C. Shoenbein
John W. Hyatt
Franz von Uchatius
Muybridge
Edison
Vladimir Zworykin
Television Connections
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Cannon
Telemetry
Henry VIII’s divorce
Surveying & mapping
Surveying Ireland
Limelight
Electrical generators
Arc light
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Nitrocellulose
Celluloid film
Moving pictures
Incandescent light
Motion picture
projector
• Photoelectric effect
• Iconoscope
Know These
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Nitrocellulose
Acetylene
P/T = const.
V2
Arc lamp
Limelight
Analine dyes
Photoelectric effect
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Heat = T x Quantity
“Soho Stink”
Electrical generator
Cinchona
Light & electrons
Bayer, BASF, Hoechst
Theodolitus
Thermosets & plastics
What you should know
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Differentiate Dutch Fluyt & Galleon, p191
Bill of credit, 193
Coffeehouse banking
Connection between insurance and boat
hulls, 194-195
• How tar and pitch was produced, 195
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What is “soho stink.” 198
How did coal gas change life in Europe, 200
How Macintosh made waterproof fabric.
Why, the British let slip their lead in color
chemistry to Germany, p 206
• Where natural sodium nitrate came from.
What you should know
• What triggered Germany to synthesis
Sodium nitrate, NaNO3 (s) and how was it
made? 208
• Connection between wheat crises, artificial
diamonds and fertilizer. 209
• How was acetylene made and why did it
have a short life as a lamp fuel.209-210
What you should know
• What is a polymer?
• Differentiate between natural and synthetic
polymers
• Differentiate between thermoplastics and
thermoset plastics
What you should know
• What uses did nobility put borrowed money,
220-221
• Causes for increased troop size,220-6
• Appert’s method of food preservation & its
importance to Napoleon.
• How did Napoleon get France back into
financial shape after Battle of Morango.
What you should know
• Why must can food be sealed and why they
can be spoiled by Botulinum.
• Trigger for Gorrie’s cooling system.
• The principal behind Gorrie’s refrigerator.
• The components of a Dewar flask.
What you should know
• The connection between refrigeration and liquid
fuel rockets.
• Difference between liquid and solid fuel rockets.
• Liquid fuels in the space shuttle.
• How do XIPS rockets work
• Differentiate between heat and temperature.
Lecture notes.
What you should know
• Connections to map making from cannons,
Henry VIII, wars and taxes.
• Connection between cannons and
mathematics.
• Architectural changes caused by the
cannon.
What you should know
• How limelight was discovered and how it works &
where it found use.
• Connection between limelight, electricity &
electrical generators.
• What type of light was eventually chosen for light
houses & how did the light work?
• Connection between valence electrons and light.
What you should know
• Explain the photoelectric effect.
• Thomas Edison's contribution to technology
and business. Burke and Readings.
• How TV works.

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