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Tutor profile: Michelle K.

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Michelle K.
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Subject: Chemistry

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What is a neutralization reaction?

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Answer:

A neutralization reaction occurs between an acid and base to produce a water and a salt. You can think of the acid donating a proton, and the base donating a hydroxide group to form water.

Subject: Biology

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What is the structure of a neuron?

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A neuron has a couple of main parts: the cell body, dendrites, and axon. The cell body houses the nucleus which contains the necessary genetic material (DNA). The dendrites receive the signal from other neurons and cells. The signal is then transmitted along the axon, until it reaches the axon terminal, where it signals the release of vesicles that contain neurotransmitters.

Subject: Physics

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If an object is thrown 10 meters vertically into the air (neglect air resistance), what is the velocity of the object at its maximum height (10 meters)?

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The velocity of an object is zero at the maximum height because the object "decelerates" as it is thrown upwards, hangs in the air (v=0 m/s), and then "accelerates" back downwards.

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