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Units for energy are the calorie (cal) and the Calorie (written with a capital C and standing for 1 000 calories, or 1 kcal). 184 J (joules). Your basal metabolism uses approximately 46 Calories per hour (h) per 100 pounds (lb) of body mass just to carry out basic functions required for life, apart from doing any kind of exercise. A person walking at 2 miles per hour on a level path uses approximately 45 Calories per hour per 100 pounds of body mass beyond basal metabolism. The same person swimming at 2 miles per hour consumes 360 Calories per hour per 100 pounds beyond basal metabolism.
For trace analysis (ppm and lower levels), impurities in reagent chemicals must be extremely low. For this purpose, we use veryhigh-purity, expensive grades of acids such as “trace metal grade” HNO3 or HCl to dissolve samples. We must pay careful attention to reagents and vessels whose impurity levels could be greater than the quantity of analyte we seek to measure. To protect the purity of chemical reagents, you should • Avoid putting a spatula into a bottle. Instead, pour chemical out of the bottle into a clean container (or onto weighing paper) and dispense the chemical from the clean container.