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Tutor profile: Chris H.

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Chris H.
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Subject: Organic Chemistry

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What is the product of the reaction between 3-methyl-1-butene and dilute sulfuric acid?

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Chris H.
Answer:

2-methyl-2-butanol

Subject: Basic Chemistry

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What is an example of a basic battery and how does it work?

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A basic battery is created by immersing an electronically connected anode and cathode into two different aqueous solutions. An example is placing a zinc anode (positive charge) into a ZnCl2 solution while placing a platinum cathode (- charge) into a ferrous chloride solution. these two solutions will be separated by a porous plate and the anode and cathode will be electronically connected. The electrons will flow from the positive to the negative charge, creating a current.

Subject: Biology

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How does a nerve have the ability to transmit information?

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A nerve integrates the + and - signals from presynaptic neurons to decide whether or not to fire an action potential. This all-or-nothing response will, in turn, release neurotransmitters such as glutamate or GABA in order to stimulate or inhibit other nerves postsynaptically.

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