Rice Experiment Report

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Report writing Introduction Xin Fang Hypothesis Roy / Yihui (literature review) Dr Emoto -doctor and healer of alternative medicine - Matt / Jun Yang The rice experiment - Jun Yang / Matt Effect of sound wave & frequency on bacterial growth rate - Matt / Jun Yang Materials and procedures Materials used and procedure of experiment - Roy / Yihui Observation Observation of fruits decay rate - Roy / Yihui Data collected (how to write a proper data report) Conclusion - Xin Fang References - Xin Fang Appendix - Anyone (emoto’s research, rice experiment photos) Powerpoint slides - Xin Fang HYPOTHESIS INTRODUCTION Words – be it of positive or negative intent – can bring much impact to a person’s mindset and attitude. The power of words…show more content…
The experiment is done by placing four E. coli samples in different acoustic chamber for sound treatment. A loudspeaker is connected to the signal generator which will generate the sound is installed in the acoustic chamber. Each E. coli samples will than be exposed to the sound with different frequency. The results shows that the bacteria samples that was exposed to the sound has escalate the growth rate of bacteria towards the provided sound treatments as compared to the controlled sample. With the results given, it can be concluded that audible sound frequency will increase the growth of bacteria. (http://ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/mas/article/download/397/419) Closing In contrary, we believe that the results were affected by the effect of sound wave and frequency on bacterial growth rate. We have to agree that water is essential for decomposition, but ultimately it is the bacteria decomposing the…show more content…
It is impossible for the subject to understand if the words spoke to it is a compliment or discouragement. We are left with the sound waves produced by our voice to affect the subject. As humans, we have different tones for different intentions. For example, the word “Happy”, it is of a lighter tone when we says it. For “Sad”, it is of a lower and declining pitch. Pitch is a perception of frequencies of sound by humans. Low pitch would corresponds to low frequency while high pitch corresponds to high frequency. This relates to how frequencies is the primary factor in our

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