Tabular Representation of Data

We have presented our data in the form of 6 tables :

1. Volume of released oxygen vs. amount of sodium bicarbonate (in direct sunlight)
2. Volume of released oxygen vs. amount of baking powder (in direct sunlight)
3. Volume of released oxygen vs. amount of  baking powder (in diffused sunlight)
4. Volume of released oxygen vs. amount of potassium nitrate (in direct sunlight)
5. pH value vs. amount of sodium bicarbonate
6. Volume of released oxygen vs. pH value

1) Following results are based on an experiment (procedure previously described) performed on 10 gm coontail (Ceratophyllum submersum) kept in 2665 ml of water of temperature 23-26°c exposed to direct sunlight. The different amounts of sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) along with the respective amounts of released oxygen (O2) have been represented in the form of a table.

Tabular Representation

 Reading number Amount of  sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) in grams Volume of released  oxygen (O2) in cm3 or milliliters 1. 10 1.540 2. 20 3.080 3. 25 2.800 4. 30 2.156 5. 39 3.309 6. 39.5 3.818 7. 40 4.932 8. 40.5 5.091 9. 42 2.618 10. 45 3.234 11. 47 7.382 12. 48 8.146 13. 49 5.855 14. 50 5.236 15. 55 4.312 16. 60 4.928 17. 70 4.139 18. 80 4.158 19. 90 3.234

2) Following  results  are based on  an experiment (procedure previously described) performed on 10 gm coontail (Ceratophyllum submersum) kept in 2665 ml of water of temperature 23-26°c exposed to direct sunlight. The different amounts of impure sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3 + NaAl (SO4)2·12H2O + preservatives) along with the respective amounts of released oxygen (O2) have been represented in the form of a table.

Tabular Representation

 Reading number Amount of baking powder (NaHCO3 + impurities) in grams Volume of released  oxygen (O2) in cm3 or milliliters 1. 0 0.616 2. 39 3.309 3. 39.5 3.818 4. 40 46.747 5. 42 2.464 6. 46 4.312 7. 50 4.928 8. 60 4.158 9. 99 2.002 10. 132 1.540

3) Following results are based on an experiment (procedure previously described) performed on 10 gm coontail (Ceratophyllum submersum) kept in 2665 ml of water of temperature 23-26°c exposed to diffused sunlight. The different amounts of baking powder (NaHCO3 + NaAl (SO4)2·12H2O + preservatives) along with the respective amounts of released oxygen (O2) have been represented in the form of a table.

Tabular Representation

 Reading number Amount of impure sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3 + impurities) in grams Volume of released  oxygen (O2) in cm3 or milliliters 1. 0 0.462 2. 33 0.924 3. 38 0.924 4. 50 1.078 5. 99 0.775

4) Following results are based on an experiment (procedure previously described) performed on 6 gm coontail (Ceratophyllum submersum) kept in 2665 ml of water of temperature 23-26°c exposed to diffused sunlight. The different amounts of potassium nitrate (KNO3) along with the respective amounts of released oxygen (O2) have been represented in the form of a table.

Tabular Representation

 Reading number Amount of potassium nitrate (KNO3) in grams Volume of released  oxygen (O2) in cm3 or milliliters 1. 0 0.763 2. 2 0.509 3. 4 0.509 4. 6 0.509 5. 8 0.509 6. 10 0.509

5) Following results are based on an experiment that involves dissolving different amounts of  sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) in 2665 ml of water and measuring the pH values of the solutions.  The different amounts of pure sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) along with the respective pH values have been represented in the form of a table.

Tabular Representation

 Reading number Amount of  sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) in grams pH values 1. 10 7 2. 20 7 3. 30 7 4. 40 8 5. 45 8 6. 50 8 7. 55 9 8. 60 8 9. 70 8 10. 80 9 11. 90 9

6) Following results are based on an experiment (procedure previously described) performed on 10 gm coontail (Ceratophyllum submersum) kept in 2665 ml of water of temperature 23-26°c exposed to direct sunlight. Different amounts of sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) have been added to the water to regulate the pH values of the formed solutions. The different pH values  along with the respective amounts of released oxygen (O2) have been represented in the form of   a table.

Tabular Representation

 Reading number pH value Volume of released  oxygen (O2) in cm3 or milliliters 1. 7 2.258 2. 8 4.386 3. 9 3.901