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Acids and bases
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...bases Introduction Daily interaction with substances exhibits difference in properties that can be detected through either the sense of taste or touch. While some substances such as lemon juice are sour, others such as soap have bitter taste. Similarly, some fluids, especially in industrial set ups, are corrosive. These are some of the characteristics of acids and bases. An acid is a substance that reacts with water to generate hydrogen ions while a base is a substance that reacts with water to generate hydroxide ions (Files, p. 1). This paper seeks to discuss the topic, ‘acid, and bases.’ The paper will explore properties of the two classes of substances and reaction between acids... and...
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Nonreligious bases for nonviolences
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...bases for non-violence Non-violence means abstinence from the use of any kind of physical force, to get some desired result. It is a practice, sometimes a philosophy and sometimes a principle. From the point of view of ethical philosophy it tries to say that any moral behavior should exclude acts of violence. As a political philosophy it tries to prove that violence goes on and is continuous, and can never lead to a peaceful conclusion. From the point of view of principle it supports the pacifist view that any king of war and violence is not justified. As a practice it has been in use for a long time, mainly by pacifists and non-pacifists, as a means of acquiring a social change... Non-religious bases...
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Power Bases in Leadership
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...Bases in Leadership Contemporary complex organizations require proper leveraging of power in order to achieve organizational goals and objectives. As Bal et al. (5) argue, power is the ability to influence others, which leaders use to enhance the performance levels of their followers and to ensure their superiors and peers arrive at the best decisions. The traditional view of power in an organization revolves around the control that individuals at the tip of organizational hierarchy have. However, leaders of different levels within an organization have access to power, whose effective harnessing is key to organizational performance (8). The importance of power in the organizational... Module Power Bases ...
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Theoretical Bases of Nursing
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...Bases of Nursing Part- I The conceptual and theoretical knowledge that underpins nursing as a professional discipline: Nursing scholarship. Introduction: Nursing theories both implicitly and explicitly direct all avenues of nursing that includes nursing clinical practice, education, and administration. They provide the structural framework for developing, evaluating, and using nursing scholarship and for extending and refining nursing knowledge through research. These theories are the basis of the conceptual designs that determine the place of nursing in health and care of illness. Theories, therefore, build the structure and substances to ground the clinical practice and scholarship... Theoretical Bases ...
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Theory Bases and Theory Constructs
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...bases of public administration in bureaucratic model Public administration has been largely taken as a science by related disciplines in the social sciences. Public administration encompasses study of people involved in managerial and administrative tasks in the various state organs. Theory bases are very important in reaching a discernible... Introduction A theory is simply a group of hypothesis which can be adopted in explaining and predicting certain phenomenon. Public administration is simply the civil servants implementing government policies (Khan, 2008). Public administration is categorized into; legal, political, occupational and managerial divisions. It is the duty of all public administrators...
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The Bases of Social Inequality
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...Bases of Social Inequality Social Inequality: Effects and Perspectives Social inequality is a problem that continues to plague many countries ofthe world. This issue is one that affects only the developing or the underdeveloped countries but also the large industrial nations as well. While the degree or severity may differ, the fact remains that the peoples of these countries do continue to bear the burden of the effects of social inequality. In fact, after a series of global financial crises that occurred in the 1990s and the first decade of the millennium, the world’s largest economies, which includes the United States and Japans, saw social inequalities in their...
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Discuss the eight bases of individual power
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...Bases of Individual Power of the of the The study has been prepared for understanding eight bases of power. Strategic planning is an important part in the achievement of success for every organization. It holds an important position in the organization. The study would reflect exploration of the fact that how managers can utilize power within the organization. Power is one of the pervasive realities in life processes within all the modern organizations where it is very important for the leaders to achieve power in order to succeed and gain competitive advantage. Power is very important within an organization as it helps the leaders in fulfilling their leadership responsibilities. It helps... ? Eight...
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Knowledge Bases and Knowledge Management slp 5
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...Bases and Knowledge Management A comprehensive review The video ials were about the overview of reporting services and discussed the installation and configuration of reporting services, how to create tabular and matrix reports, and how to deploy and view reports. To make a report in SQL Server, we should first make a report server venture where we will spare our report definition (.rdl) document and another asset documents that we requirement for our report. At that point we will make the real report definition document, characterize a data hotspot for our report, characterize a dataset, and characterize the report format. When we run the report... Computer sciences and Information technology Knowledge...
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Social and Cognitive Bases of Behavior
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...Bases of Behavior Introduction: Question The standard model of information processing is the most widely used. The model is based on the original work of Atkinson and Shiffrin. The theory hypothesized that new information has to be received and manipulated before it is stored (Craik & Lockhart, 2008). It also recognizes three stages of memory which include sensory, short-term or working, and long-term memories (Craik & Lockhart, 2008). Psychologists, in the past few decades, have performed several studies to justify the authenticity of this model. Consequently, they have formulated other theories that favor or criticize the standard model of information processing. Driscoll... ? Social and Cognitive...
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Describe the neurophysiological bases of Alzheimers disease
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...bases of Alzheimer’s disease According to a work published by Ritchie & Kildea in 1995 it was found that Alzheimer’s disease strikes 8 to 15 percent of people over the age of 65. Alzheimer’s disease is a disorder of fundamental importance to older adults and it is most notorious among old age disease because this aliment affects the function of the brain by gradually and surely decreasing the brain’s ability to perform tasks. The focal attack of this ailment is predominantly on the memory (Ritchie & Kildea, 39). But memory is not the only part of the brain that id affected by the Alzheimer’s disease, symptoms extend to other cognitive deficits in language... A brief outline of the neurophysiologic bases ...
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Setting the Stage for Strategic Compensation and Bases for Pay
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...Bases for Pay Introduction: The departments of human resources in any organization involves strategies for their compensation and bases for pay to the employees since they prove to be significant for the betterment of the employees as well as their services to the organization. Strategic compensation refers to the deal that a company and its management plan in order to satisfy the employees and gain better services from them. Thus such planning and bases for the pay are decided depending on the requirements of the organization and include several factors such as the work environment, health benefits, retirement benefits, working styles... Sur 14 January Setting the Stage for Strategic Compensation and...
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Four essays each one page Bases of Violence etc
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...Bases for Violence Violence has a basis of biological influence, which has been identified through studies of human behaviors. Biological influence depends on other factors that are extensively reviewed in a way that provides a summary of the details. Moreover, there are substantial biological variables that entail genetic predisposition, hormones, physiological under arousal, functions of the brain and neurotransmitters (Raine, Brennan, Farrington & Mednick, 1997). Nevertheless, these biological variables are interdependent through their complexities while the association between social and biological factors appears is a substantial basis for understanding violence. In addition... , there...
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Setting the Stage for Strategic Compensation and Bases for Pay
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...bases for pay Table of Contents Introduction 3 Contextual influence posing greatest and least challenge for companies’ competitiveness 3 Subjective Performance versus Objective Ratings 5 Conditions in which profit sharing plans motivate employees 6 Pay-for-knowledge pay concepts 7 Conclusion 8 References 9 Introduction The main goal of compensation departments in organizations is to develop compensation practices which allow organizations to remain competitive in the labour markets and demonstrate it as an employer capable of attracting top talents from the industry and from the community in which it operates. Along with the aim of attracting talents... ? Setting the stage for strategic compensation and...
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Efficiency of Clustering algorithms for mining large biological data bases
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...BASES By Presented to With the enormous amount, of gene sequences resulting from genome expression and uncontrolled data classification into functional families or classes, clustering of such large data sets has become a serious headache in functional and structural genomics. The accurate classification of sequences into classes is in recent times a necessity, and as a result, computer programs have been developed to help in automatic clustering. Various clustering algorithms-methods-have addressed the gene sequence clustering. They are categorized into portioning, hierarchical and graph-based techniques. The most widely used... ? EFFICIENCY OF CLUSTERING ALGORITHMS FOR MINING LARGE BIOLOGICAL DATA BASES ...
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Compare and contrast the concepts of Leadership and Power. Draw comparisons between French and Ravens (1959) Bases of Power, expansions of the bases, and a
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...based on knowledge and expertise, 2) Referent -- extent to which subordinate likes or identifies with supervisor, 3) Legitimate -- job title, 4) Reward -- ability to reward subordinates and 5... In On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History, Thomas Carlyle1 demonstrated the concept of leadership associated with a position ity. In 1994 House and Podsakoff2 summarized behaviorial approaches of "outstanding leaders" obtained from various research findings and they were, Vision, Passion and self-sacrifice, Confidence, determination, and persistence, Image-building, Role-modeling, External representation, Expectations of and confidence in followers, Selective motive-arousal, Frame alignment, to...
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Fives Bases of Power in Communication- A Case of US Army
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...Bases of Power in Communication- A Case of US Army Isiah Caradine U.S. Army- Five Bases of Power in Communication Communication plays an important role in almost every aspect of military. There is no room for lapse in communication as it can bring about drastic outcomes in the seriousness of the situations armies of the world operate in. the lives of several people, Army men, and civilians alike, are in the hands of the army leaders who have to ensure that they safeguard the lives of the people and carry forward missions. Utmost clarity of instructions and strategies is essential so that every soldier is clear on the expected target and his role in achieving it. Unity in purpose minimizes... ? Fives...
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Difference Between the New Bases of Power in England and the Traditional Structure of France
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...Bases of Power in England and the Traditional Structure of France England emerged from the collapse of the Roman Empire. After the collapse of the Roman Empire various German immigrants known as Anglo-Saxons established several kingdoms in England the replaced the British language with the old English. The Anglo-Saxons went to war with each other and with the various British successor states of Cornwall and Wales. At about 800A.D the Vikings frequently raided the Anglo-Saxons kingdoms. It is during this period that several rulers started attempting to unite the various Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms. Their attempts eventually bore fruit and the Kingdom of England emerged... College Compare Between the New Bases...
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Identify the five bases or sources of power within a given organization and Define the relationship between power and dependency in an organizational setting
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...Bases of Power Five Bases of Power Case Background The case scenario illustrated three employees 2, and 3 working in Corporation A, an organization that creates marketing programs for the real estate industry. Specific descriptions of employees’ profile were provided for Employees 1, 2, and 3 needed to present a description of the five bases of power, categorized into two: formal and personal; where formal power includes coercive, reward and legitimate powers while personal power encompasses expert and referent powers ( (Robbins & Judge, 2007, pp. 471-472). Further, the essay would likewise explain the relationship between dependency and...
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Discuss the socio-economic, philosophic and theological bases for the status of women in the middle ages
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...bases for the status of women in the middle ages. The book ‘Western Civilization, 7th edition, Volume 1, was written by Jackson Spielvogel who was an associate professor that specialized in reformation history. It talks about Western civilization during the Middle Ages. This paper is based on Spielvogel’s book, Western Civilization, Volume 1, 7th edition. It discusses the socio-economic, philosophical and theological status of women during these times. The Middle Ages are known to encompass the most historical, influential and phenomenal periods in history. The middle ages run from 1066 through 1485. The lives of women during... ? Socio-Economic Discuss the socio-economic, philosophical and theological...
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Elaborate on the five interpersonal bases of power, five ways to minimize political activity, and at least five ways to manage organizational politics effectively
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...bases of power, ways to diminish opinionated activity, and ways toadminister organizational politics effectively. Legitimate power is power that a manager exercises by default; owing to his position in an organization. A leader is fundamentally distinguished from an adherent, due to bigger rights and responsibilities he possess. Reward power is anchored on utility, which is a perception that in every transaction there is a potential for exchange. Ideally, utility power acknowledges that constantly, there is something one desires. Coercive power is consequent from a persons capability to influence others through threats, punishments or sanctions... Introduction This essay elaborates on interpersonal...
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Setting the stage for strategic compensation and bases for pay
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...base pay and benefits administration. The main goals of the department are to attract, motivate and retain talented employees in the organization... or is demotivated leading to poor performance and loss of productivity for the organization hence the compensation system should be internally equitable and externally competitive (Bohlander & Snell, 2010). Through job evaluation, salary structure and performance management systems, an organization can be able to motivate and retain high performing employees. Ledford & Heneman (2002) argue that performance appraisals can be used to justify increased pay rate (413). Higher pay rates then enable the organization to set high selection standards thus...
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Psychological Biological Bases of Behavioral Replies to Classmates Papers-
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...?kim_quest_2.doc The article thoroughly discusses the wonders of the human body in terms of how the brain communicates with the rest of the body to maintain life functions. It is presented that although there is a blood-brain barrier to regulate what enters the domains of the sensitive brain, there are also other areas which are barrier-free. The complexity of how the central nervous system communicates with the rest of the body is also detailed in the paper, as well as the work of the peripheral nervous system, with a portion emphasizing the autonomic nervous system. In the recent years, the autonomic nervous system is “gaining more and more recognition” as it affects several functions... The article...
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Argument/topic research paper on collateral damage/ collateral murder bases on Wikileaks.org or Cryptome.org databases
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...based from secret military... & Number: Collateral Damage (http www.wikileaks.ch 03 November (word count 705) Introduction War is best fought intotal secrecy. This aspect pertains to war planning so that all the perceived enemies of a state are caught unprepared. This was the case of the Japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor which started the war in the Pacific theater during World War II. The element of surprise is a very powerful tool, especially when waged by the smaller or weaker state such that it gains the initial advantage which it hopes can be translated into more permanent gains. At any rate, a combatant that gains access to military secrets gains knowledge of the enemy in what ancient Chinese...
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The issues human resources encounter on a day to fay bases
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... Key Issues In Human Resources Management Introduction In some organizations, human resource policies are centrally determined and developed. However, most institutions have the commitment to devolve and decentralize human resource responsibilities. This concept forms one of the more strategic concentrations that entails day-to-day human resource operations of departmental managers. A review of the scholarly works of relevant human resource shows a spectrum of issues and challenges faced by the personnel that is involved in the process of developing strategic systems of human resource management (Cabinet Office 12). They include among others the management needs to develop human resource... Key Issues...
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Applying SWOT analysis to Vauxhall as a firm bases in EU
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...base in EU region (Jurgens, 2002). Moreover, the demographic and psychographic attributes of automobile consumers in EU region reflects designs consumer behavior, where the prospects are very demanding and cannot be influenced easily. In this scenario, value addition is considered to be the key to success for the automobile sector in EU region. For this reason, the society in EU region... Vauxhall’s SWOT Analysis Vauxhall’s SWOT Analysis Introduction In this research paper, the author is going to discuss political, economic, social and technological aspects in European Union (EU) with the help of PEST analysis. The findings of PEST analysis will be used to develop a SWOT analysis for Vauxhall Motors as ...
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Argument/topic research paper on collateral damage/ collateral murder bases on Wikileaks.org or Cryptome.org databases
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...based from secret military field... & Number: Collateral Damage (http www.wikileaks.ch 03 November (word count 705) Introduction War is best fought in total secrecy. This aspect pertains to war planning so that all the perceived enemies of a state are caught unprepared. This was the case of the Japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor which started the war in the Pacific theater during World War II. The element of surprise is a very powerful tool, especially when waged by the smaller or weaker state such that it gains the initial advantage which it hopes can be translated into more permanent gains. At any rate, a combatant that gains access to military secrets gains knowledge of the enemy in what ancient...
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Free Topic and bases on the text of Fitzgerald et al Internet and E-Commerce Law (2007 Lawbook Co)
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...base across huge distances. Over all, as Fitzgerald et al suggested, it is interesting... Jurisdiction in Cyberspace: Affiliation of e-Commerce laws as an Attempt to Global Justice Table of Contents Introduction 2. Concept of Jurisdiction 2.1 Personal Jurisdiction 2.2 Services External to Jurisdiction 2.3 Rules of Australian Courts 2.4 Violation of Laws 2.5 Characteristics of Commercial Activity 3. Subject Matter Jurisdiction 4. Choice of Law in Australia 5. Implementation of Australian Rights 5.1 Copyright 5.2 Intra-national Affairs 6. Enforcement Jurisdiction in Australia 7. Internet Crime and Jurisdiction 8. Conclusions References/Bibliography 1. Introdu...
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Ricardo and Marx both had theories of a falling tendency of the rate of profit in the development of capitalism. What were the different theoretical bases for t
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...Ricrdo nd Mrx theories of the flling tendency of the rte of profit in the development of cpitlism The tendency of the rte of profit to fll ws n observble phenomenon of cpitlism by Mrx, Ricrdo nd mny other economists. well before Mrx. ccording to Dvid Ricrdo, s cpitl expnded nd the workforce incresed, griculture lso expnded. This implied tht less fertile lnd ws used to grow the food necessry for the incresed workforce. Lower fertility of lnd ment n increse in the cost of food, resulting in higher wges nd therefore lower profits. Mrx did not gree with ny of these explntions. The tendency of the rte of profit to fll rose neither from incresed competition (Smith) nor lower productivity... nd Mrx theories of ...
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Consider the bases for motivation for terrorism. Discuss with reference to a range of illustrative groups and action to counter violent political radicalisation
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...base of motivation for terrorism. However, non – traditional terrorism, which consists of political agendas that are intertwined with religion, as well as the responses from groups, is prevalent. The rules for groups have led into more destruction and chaos that is created as well as the belief that self – destruction is honorable when being a part of war and terrorism (Morgan, 7, 2004). There are several types... Introduction The complications that are a part of terrorism are one of the most pressing issues of the time. Different agendas that come from extremist groups are creating a specific response from those that are facing terrorism, and are also providing counter – responses and actions that...
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In light of recent attacks on schools and college campuses, (and now military bases) people should/should not be allowed to carr
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...?Legality of Firearm Carrying in Public Places Topic: Should firearms be or not be allowed to be carried unconcealed in public places? Thesis: Peopleshould be allowed to carry firearms in public, but with enough limitations that these would only be possible under certain conditions and restrictions, which not only test their skills in self-control, but also let them recognise the importance of relying less on their weapons and more on the comfort that they have more power in not using them than in firing them at will. Unconcealed Firearms should be allowed Initially, only military personnel were allowed to have firearms, but many countries abolished this idea and allowed law-abiding citizens...
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Ricardo and Marx both had theories of a falling tendency of the rate of profit in the development of capitalism. What were the different theoretical bases for t
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...Ricаrdo аnd Mаrx theories of the fаlling tendency of the rаte of profit in the development of cаpitаlism The tendency of the rаte of profit to fаll wаs аn observаble phenomenon of cаpitаlism by Mаrx, Ricаrdo аnd mаny other economists. well before Mаrx. Аccording to Dаvid Ricаrdo, аs cаpitаl expаnded аnd the workforce increаsed, аgriculture аlso expаnded. This implied thаt less fertile lаnd wаs used to grow the food necessаry for the increаsed workforce. Lower fertility of lаnd meаnt аn increаse in the cost of food, resulting in higher wаges аnd therefore lower profits. Mаrx did not аgree with аny of these explаnаtions. The tendency of the rаte of profit to fаll аrose neither from increаsed... аnd Mаrx...
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Buffer, acid and base
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...based from 0 to 14 numbers and the distilled water has pH of 7. Our everyday foods should have 7 pH; it can be a little up or down. A strong battery acid has less than one pH while a strong base has... =-log[OH-] pH + pOH=14 In the human body, all fluids are aqueous. It is a solvent that is only present in water. That means all body fluids have pH value either narrow or wide range. Scientific researches claim that the pH range of blood should be slightly basic i.e. from 7.35-7.45. If the range sees drastic change, it is very likely to cause illness or death as so much acidity and basicity is injurious for health. What are Acids, Bases and Buffers? Acids: The...
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Genetics
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...base and a phosphate group. The phosphate groups form a phosphodiester bond between... ?A. The simpli of the DNA’s structure had stumped biologists and no one could accept the fact that a structure so simple can actually store important genetic information and help in transmission of the same. All the genetic information of a cell is stored in the molecules of the DNA present in the chromatin. The molecular structure of the DNA is responsible for its ability to store information (Campbell and Reece, 2009, p86).DNA is double stranded and is twisted to form a helical structure. The strands are made up of nucleotides. Each nucleotide is comprised of 3 parts; a 5-carbon sugar (deoxyribose), a nitrogen base...
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Observing Science Teaching in a Secondary School
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...bases, and salts in chemistry uses specific language, theories, and concepts, becomes more complex with the advancement in students education levels. This paper will address the progression of the topic acid, bases, and salts from primary school, through secondary school and beyond. In the primary school level, the topic of acid, bases, and salts gets a lowly informed introduction. Indeed, it was not possible to use the chemistry terms, concepts, and theories in relation to the topic of acid, bases, and salts at this level of education. Shallow... and understandable language was in application, no experimentations, no confirmation tests, just a mention of few examples relating to the topic....
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Gene Splicing lab
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...base sequences. The same sequence is found on both strands, but running in opposite directions. What word describes this characteristic Complementary strands What does the term "sticky ends" refer to in gene splicing The free unpaired bases at the end of each strand. What is a plasmid How is a plasmid used in gene splicing Plasmid is a circular extra chromosomal DNA molecule found in bacteria which has the capability to replicate independent of the bacterial DNA.In gene splicing plasmids can be used as vectors for transmission of DNA into another cell. The genetic material to be introduced into the cell is integrated into the plasmid DNA and inserted... to be used to cleave both the parent...
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Consumer behavior & Market Segmentation
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...bases which include geographic, demographic, psychographic and behavioral. Hence behavior is one of the four major bases for segmentation. Segmentation on the bases of geographic (region), demographic (age, gender, religion, education) and/or psychographic (lifestyle or social class) is obvious however considering behavior while... Consumer Behavior & Market Segmentation Consumer decision making is a complex process because consumers display intricate buying behaviors. However, it is very important for marketing personnel to understand consumer behavior because this is what will decide their marketing efforts. Complexity of consumer decision depends upon the type of purchase; if the purchase is limited...
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Assessment questions for Global Marketing
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...based or methods which can be utilized to segment different global marketplace. The segmentation bases can be divided according to traditional process as well as the requirement of emerging market. The traditional segmentation bases include demographic, geographic, cultural, environmental, psychographic and behavioural criteria. On the other hand, the emerging segmentation... Global Marketing Q1. Global Market Segmentation and Contribution of Market Research Global market segmentation is a procedure to identify specific segments across countries which consists potential consumers with similar attributes and similar buying powers. The goal of global market segmentation procedure is to segregate the global ...
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Unit 1 mutation
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...bases called codons, and each codon specify a single amino acid (Gerstein, 2002). So what causes mutation? Mutation can happen spontaneously through molecular decay, or it can be induced by the use of mutagens (Sage, 2005). According to Gerstein (2002), spontaneous mutations on the molecular level can be caused by Tautomerism, depurination, deamination and stripped strand... Running head: Mutation Mutation refers to changes in a genomic sequence. This genomic sequence may refer to the DNA sequence of a cell or the RNA sequence of a virus. Mutation in gene DNA changes the amino acids sequence of a protein encoded by the gene. For this case, the DNA sequence is interpreted in groups of three nucleotide...
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...bases, we add the exponents together. For Example, if we multiply two numbers a^5 and a^3, then we add powers of both number as bases are same and the product will be (a^5)*(a^3) = a^(5 + 3) = a^8. Quotient Rule: When dividing with exponential notation with the same bases (non-zero), we subtract the exponent of the denominator from the exponent of the numerator. For Example, dividing a^5 by a^3, we subtract 3 from 5, as bases are same and the division will be (a^5)/(a^3) = a^(5 - 3) = a^2. Power Rule: When a base is raised to two powers, then we multiply powers. For example, (a^3)^4 is written as...
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Summary
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...Bases of Democracy in Islamic Political, by Omar Ashour. The author begins the abstract by introducing the objective of the paper, which is to determine the bases of, and barriers to, democracy in Islamic political thought. In order to address the issue, the author decides to concentrate on two politically apt Islamic concepts: shura, which is consultation, and bay’a, which is a conditional pledge of loyalty that is given to a new leader (Ashour 1). The author goes on to state that it shall be argued that the two concepts may be interpreted to include a theoretical foundation for electoral democracy in the Muslim world... decipher of the above-mentioned concepts, in addition to the most...
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Marketing
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...bases like classification according to area, classification according to time and classification according to competition. The most prominent among this classification is the classification according to competition. According to this markets are classified as perfect competition, monopolistic competition and monopoly. Perfect competition is a place where there are many buyers and sellers in a market and sellers will sell similar goods at same prices. In a monopoly there is only a single seller selling the goods in the market and there are no close substitutes for the goods which he sells. Monopolistic competition is a market structure where there are many sellers selling...
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Question 7
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...bases communication on personal relationships of the parties involved- as such borrowing from this style impacts formal communication. What steps will you take to prevent this from occurring? In order to prevent... How regularly dashing off quick e-mails, tweets, or instant messages with incorrect style, grammar, or mechanics hinder the ability to occasionally write longer, more formal business letters? The regular informal communication style hinders the ability to write formal language since it influences the style of language with its coded form of massages, slang influence, personalization and ease it possesses. Communication on this platform is not guided by the conventional stipulations, but it b...
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Lab 2
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...bases in terms of their H+ and OH- ion concentrations. All substances can be classified into acids, bases and neutral depending on their ionization trends when dissolved in water. Acids produce a greater number of H+ ions which can be explained by the fact that acids give up a H+ ion on reaction with water forming an H3O+ ion. These ions cause the litmus to turn red. Greater the concentration of H+ ions, stronger is the acid signified by the pH scale: pH of 1 being the most acidic and 7 being neutral. For bases, number of generated OH- is greater than H+. These, on reaction with water, gain a hydrogen ion leaving behind an OH- ion... ? pH Values of Common Household Items Compare and contrast acids and...
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Sociobiology
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...bases on the idea that human beings are mimetic mammals, in that they appreciate what nature has to provide including the animals around. Human use what is available to formulate other... Socio-biology According to E. O. Wilson, he defines humans to have a tendency in their inner self to focus on things that are alive rather than inanimate. He explains that the tendency of being biophilic is present in the day today activities of humans. The understanding of the inherent nature of love in humans generates a conservation tendency. He distinguishes the innate preference of humans’ place of living and love for pets which is an imitation of human beings especially in children. This argument forms it bases on ...
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What are your top 5 strengths Describe the results from this exercise. Was this exercise beneficial to you Why, or why not Remember to cite any sources used, including the textbook
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...bases on fairness. Concepts of the golden rule and giving a final judgment form their bases on fairness. In the world, there is no law of fairness. Considering self control, this is the ability to do things without force from other parties... Law Considering my five strengths which are judgment, fairness, self control, Integrity and humor, it follows that the level of judgment was excellent; this is due to decision making capability such as deciding what is right and what is wrong is easy to do. This implies that the judgment level is high. Fairness can be seen due to the moral and political aspects in a person. The actions of a person, the interventions and systems, as well as conventions, have their...
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Power and Politics
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...bases of power. Those applied and used by Obama are presented in this paper. French and Raven’s bases of power include legitimate, reward, expert, referent and coercive (Stewart & Haugaard, 2012, p.648). Some of these categories... Topic: Power and Politics Affiliation: Power and politics are two intertwined variables that highly complete the other especially in the political arena. Currently headed by President Obama, the U.S is regarded as a super power due to practice of authority over many countries across the world. In order to do this, President Obama has a fundamental practice of power, personally and under his mandate as the U.S President. As French and Raven points out, there are several bases...
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Public Finance(please pick a topic)
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...bases termed by the local government as simple and efficient in administering, have a tendency to be narrow and few. On the other hand, non- tax revenues such as royalties, rents, charges and fees have a habit of being limited in income generating capacity and range. Many local tax bases tend to be narrow because of tax exportation possibility, economies of scale, factor mobility and externalities issued while providing public goods and services. High government levels manage broad tax bases... Public Finance Intergovernmental Scal Relations Public finances across all government levels vary considerably, due to different reasons. The first reason is that when revenue mobilizations are achieved, tax...
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Argumentation-Persuasion
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...bases his arguments on global poverty by analyzing the movie, ‘the girl in the café’ written by Richard Curtis (Zakaria 1). This paper will analyze the different literary techniques employed by Zakaria to present his arguments on global poverty in his column. The author uses logos to persuade his audience into accepting his argument. The author provides the different stands already in place to curb poverty in Africa. For each possible cause of action put in place to end poverty in Africa, the author analyses both the positive and negatives involved and then states his... Realism and responsibility ‘Realism and responsibility’ refers to a column by Fareed Zakaria in the newsweek magazine. The author...
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...bases in terms of their H+ and OH- ion concentrations. All substances can be ified into acids, bases and neutral depending on their ionization trends when dissolved in water. Acids produce a greater number of H+ ions which can be explained by the fact that acids give up a H+ ion on reaction with water forming an H3O+ ion. These ions cause the litmus to turn red. Greater the concentration of H+ ions, stronger is the acid signified by the pH scale: pH of 1 being the most acidic and 7 being neutral. For bases, number of generated OH- is greater than H+. These, on reaction with water, gain a hydrogen ion leaving behind an OH- ion. Bases... pH Values of Common Household Items Compare and contrast acids and...
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...bases. A Comparison of Grounded Theory and Phenomenological Research in Nursing And Data... A Comparison of Grounded Theory and Phenomenological Research in Nursing And Data Management and Organization Grounded theory and Phenomenological research are approaches used in qualitative research of human behavior. Grounded theory dismisses stereotypes and supposes that behavior and symbolic meaning is founded through interaction with others. Phenomenological research supposes that behavior is experiential, and should be analyzed in the context on an individual’s experience. Managing and organizing huge quantities of data can be done though categorizing and coding use of software and use of online data bases....
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