IhabUniversity of Michigan - Flint
What is the specific structure of your muscle?
What is the muscle’s excursion? Explain.
Is the muscle designed for range of motion or for strength? Explain.
What might happen if this muscle’s motor unit fired all at the same time?
Name an example of an activity that uses this muscle for a gradual recruitment.
What type of muscle is your selected muscle? Slow twitch, fast twitch, etc.
Is your muscle mono-articular or multiarticular?
Name the joint or joints that your muscle moves.
List your muscles primary action/movement.
Demonstrate a basic stretch for your muscle.
Demonstrate an isometric contraction for your muscle.
Demonstrate an activity that involves a concentric contraction of this muscle.
Demonstrate an activity that involves an eccentric contraction of this muscle.
A gas at 250 K and 15 atm has a molar volume 12% smaller thanthat calculated from the ideal gas law. Calculate the molar volumeand compression factor of the gas. Are attractive or repulsionforces dominating?
B) Which gas would be most non-ideal (largest values of Van DerWaal's coefficients) at 350K? Neon, Ethane, or Acetone?