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Resistance Training Intensity Vs. Volume
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...Intensity Vs. Volume Resistance Training is considered as being one of the best forms of exercise out there today and this is forseveral different reasons in particular. There are many benefits and advantages that can be gained from being involved with an activity such as resistance training, and in order to understand about these benefits and advantages, and in order to understand topics in relation to this, such as the matter of whether or not multiple set training is better than single set training for maintaining strength, then you must first understand about resistance training as an exercise as a whole, and this is what will be discussed in the following. Resistance... Resistance Training...
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The Labour Intensity Gap between the U.S. and Canada
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...Intensity Gap between the U.S. and Canada Introduction Canadas economy is among the strongest in the world. As measured by Gross DomesticProduct (GDP) per capita, we rank behind only the United States when compared to jurisdictions of similar size. But while Canadians enjoy a high standard of living, we cannot be complacent. We must continuously strive to be internationally competitive with our main trading partners so we can maintain and raise our standard of living. Competitiveness is not an option in todays global economy. (“Realizing”) There are several factors affecting the capability of one nation upon experiencing the comfort brought about by prosperity. Two of the most significant... The Labour...
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Effects of High Intensity Exercise on the Body
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...Intensity Exercise on the Body High intensity interval training (HIIT) refers to a form of short but intensive anaerobic exercise of alternating periods that is accompanied by intense recovery periods (Cross Fit Journal, 2003). HIIT is a type of cardiovascular exercise (Cross Fit Journal, 2003). Sessions involving HIIT may take 9-20 minutes. HIIT comprises of short, intense work outs that aim at boosting the athlete’s capacity and condition. On top of that, HIIT enhances fat burning and glucose metabolism (Cross Fit Journal, 2003). This paper gives an overview of studies conducted on HIIT. In addition, the paper will also examine the pros and cons of cross Fit training. Bayati... ? Effects of High...
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The Effect Of Light Intensity On Photosynthesis Of Pondweed Plant
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...INTENSITY ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF PONDWEED PLANT WORK OF THE AIM: To Investigate the Effect of Light Intensity on Photosynthesis of Pondweed Plant RATIONALE AND RESEARCH To fulfill energy requirements of the body, living beings use food material. This food is either ingested, like animals do, or manufactured within their own body, such as in plants. Plants photosynthesize glucose for their energy expenditure. This glucose produced is either used instantly by the plants for growth, respiration and conduction processes, or it is stored in the form of proteins, starches, and oils. Almost 90% of plant products are synthesized by photosynthesis. Vital processes like... ?sCHOOL INVESTIGATING THE EFFECT OF LIGHT...
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The Effect of Light Intensity on the Abundance of White Clover
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...Intensity on the Abundance of White Clover (Trifolium repens) This investigation looks at the effect of light intensityon the abundance of white clover (Trifolium repens)., using variations in cover provided by the canopy and exterior to the canopy to determine this. A transect was run from underneath a maple canopy for 20 metres and measurements of the coverage of clover as well as light intensity were made every metre, in addition, measurements of control variables were made every five metres A significant relationship was found between light intensity and clover abundance, and this relationship did not appear to be influenced by any of the control variables. Thus, the amount... ?The Effect of Light...
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As ocean temperatures increase, the intensity and strength of hurricanes also increases
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...intensity and frequency (Chan, 2012). Unless the increment in worldwide temperatures is not stopped or possibly slowed, hurricanes and other natural disasters may tend to keep on growing in duration and strength. It is crucial to see how global warming may incorporate with different variables known to prompt the development of hurricanes (Pielke & Laver, 2005). Anthropogenic components may be in charge of the warming of the globe. Greenhouse gasses discharged through... Ocean Temperatures Increase Some researchers accept that global warming and the increased ocean surface temperatures are to blame for hurricanes. Warm water retains more energy to trigger hurricanes and may add to the conditions required...
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IB biology HL lab Investigate the effects of sodium bicarbonate and light intensity on the rate of photosynthesis of leaves through the observation of floating leaf discs
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...intensity on the rate of photosynthesis of leaves through the observation of floating leaf discs Name: Institution: Introduction During the photosynthetic stages of a plant’s leaf, there are several factors that take center stage, key among them the intensity of light that is absorbed by the leaves. The absorption of the light through the pigments found in the leaves such as the chlorophyll a and b pigments activates the electrons that are found in the leaf’s photosystems thus, boosting the electrons to higher energy levels (Kalman, 2005). Under the same conditions, the photosynthetic process enables the production of ATP, which incorporates... Investigate the effects of sodium bicarbonate and light...
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Mississippi Delta Blues: A case study in intensity - cultural, social, geographical, and musical elements
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... Mississippi Delta Blues: cultural, social, geographical, and musical elements Introduction 2. Origins of Delta blues: geography and time frames 3. Style, instruments and key points of Delta blues 4. Themes 5. Conclusion Introduction Delta blues is a peculiar style standing at the origins of the romantic blues music we are all used to; it is directly related to black population of Mississippi area and thus bears its special features. Blues as an original American music genre has been widely appreciated and adored by music enthusiasts all over the world. Being a product of authentic American social and ethnical background, this style implies the character of African American... Mississippi Delta...
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A Comparison of Linear and Daily Undulating Periodized Programs with Equated Volume and Intensity for Strength
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... Module The Cytotoxic Impacts of Natural Plant Extracts on Human Cancer Cells According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 585,720 deaths were attributed to cancer in 2014 alone. Considering that 1,665,540 new infections were recorded in the same year, it is understandable why a large percentage of government and private sector healthcare spending goes towards efforts to prevent new infections and develop remedies for treating diagnosed patients. In summary, cancer is a health disaster that requires all possible interventions to mitigate. This study focuses on four plants whose antitumor qualities have yet to be comprehensively probed. The plants were selected based... Module The...
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Characterization of Bubble Size and Gas Hold up in OBCs
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...intensity and number of tanks in your numerical work? where did you get the data from? --> Power intensity is directly related to the average sinusoidal velocity of the OBC. Anderson (2009) has not used fixed OBCs. Instead, he has relied on a moving cage... 1. How did you plot the graph entrainment fraction versus particle size in your simulation (how did you collect the data? (eg: did you use an expression?) --> I collected the particle size distribution on three planes including the top plane of the OBC and two planes immediately below it where the floatation was occurring. I averaged the particle size distribution to find the particle sizes and then I averaged out the air fraction to see the entrainm...
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Critique Four Different Types Of Music
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...Intensity – The intensity is light and frivolous filled with a lot of interaction and fun. Duration – The duration of the song is quite long and consists of 6 minutes and 22 seconds. Timbre – The timbre of the singer is raw and throaty with a lot of energy. Song 2- Jazz – “Every time we say Goodbye” by Ella Fitzgerald. Tone – The tone of the song is melancholic and filled with a lot of sadness mixed... with passion. Pitch – The scale Ella Fitzgerald sings is in B Major. Intensity – The song has great depth and intensity with high strings providing the obligato and backing. The double base gives an intense definition of the harmonic...
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Abstract
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...intensity between episodic and emotional memory in elderly patients. Four discrete emotions are considered and these are anger, fear, sadness, and happiness. Emotional intensity is very relevant and important when analysing negative emotions, posttraumatic stress and depression among elderly patients since these impact the quality of life (Daselaar, et al, 2008). Previous research on these specific themes is sparse. The proposed research aims to fill this gap. The study on emotions can help to identify new therapies... for the alleviation of such disorders. Two hypotheses are framed that correlate the four emotions to hierarchical effects on recall accuracy and vividness. Research subjects...
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Atomic absorption emission
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...intensity of molecular bands, atomic or ionic lines is measured. In such a case, the molecular bands, atomic or ionic lines are emitted by excited molecules, atoms... Part 2: Determination of Sodium by Atomic Flame Emission Spectroscopy Technique Under Atomic Flame Emission (AFE) Spectroscopy, there are three basicapproaches that are used in the identification of Sodium. These include; The flame atomic absorption spectroscopy where a beam of light with wavelength that can be absorbed by the ground stately atoms is let through the fire. If a certain portion of the light is absorbed, then, this might lead to inference that the solution has Na+ ions. Next is the flame emission spectroscopy where the intens...
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Effects of earthquakes on people and properties
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...Intensity of the violence created by the earthquake ranges from level I to X. Higher the intensity level, severe the havoc of the earthquake. Magnitude of the earthquake depends on the type and place. Geological and societal factors also impact the people and properties. Secondary effects are more severe than direct effects of the earthquakes on people and properties. Topic Effects of earthquakes on people and properties 1 The shaking of earth that we call a natural phenomenon... of paper: Effects of earthquakes on people and properties Email address: This paper is about the different types of effects of earthquakes on people and properties. Effects of earthquakes depend on a number of factors....
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Noise Pollution
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...intensities and frequencies. In this essay we are going to discuss about noise pollution from the aspect of physics and try to investigate the impact it has on the human body. General Characteristics of sound... in relation to Noise pollution Sound is made up of longitudinal waves that travel through air and cause certain materials to vibrate and create sound. The common characteristics of sound are intensity, frequency, amplitude and velocity. Sound cannot travel in outer space because it is a vacuum. (Ron Kurtus, 2009) According to Kurtus atoms and molecules that float in outer space are too far apart to actually cause any vibration or sound. A loud explosion in outer space...
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(find Article about training and summarize)
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...intensity trials, interspersed with optimal bursts of speed, and other periods of inactivity. This article seeks to highlight the basic aspects of aerobic training intervals and it’s effectiveness in such kind of training. It is vital to take into consideration the fact that aerobic fitness is essential for optimal performance, because, it assists in recovery and promotes endurance (Ballantyne, 2006). Traditionally, coaches have suggested long and tedious training sessions with sub-maximal exercises for athletes. Regardless of the sport-required metabolic demands, many coaches have... Interval Training: Sport-specific conditioning Most sports training activities are typified by durations of...
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Photosynthesis In Plants
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...intensity. This experiment is aimed to find out how light intensity affects photosynthesis Methods: Three leaves of lilies were covered by aluminum foil. A leaf was uncovered weekly, observed and photographed. Results: The leaves that were covered for a longer time turned brown and dried out. Discussion: an increase in light intensity increases the rate of photosynthesis... Lab: Photosynthesis in plants al affiliation Background information: Photosynthesis is the process by which plants use light energy to convert water and carbon dioxide into carbohydrates and oxygen. Carbohydrates are useful for plant processes. Factors that affect photosynthesis include water, temperature, carbon dioxide and light...
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Sedimentary or metamorphic rocks and engineering issues
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...Intensity: A Report to the Department of Natural Resources al Affiliation Sedimentary Rocks and Earthquake Intensity: A Report to the Department of Natural Resources One of the characteristics of the 20th and the 21st century is the increase in earthquakes in various parts of the world. Unlike past earthquakes, recent earthquakes are characterized by high shaking intensities and huge damages and devastations of economies. As a result, anything that can trigger earthquakes or anything that can increase their intensity needs to be highly observed. One of the major parameters that affect an earthquake’s shaking intensity is the physical parameter, which includes... such things as soil types and...
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Chem: Spectrometry
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...intensity and calculate absorbance and transmittance. The extent to which photons are absorbed depends heavily on the wavelength of light. As such, spectrometry is performed with the use of monochromatic light, which is light in which all photons possess the same amount wavelength. II. Experimental Method During analysis... , it is important to first determine the absorbance spectrum. This shows how the wavelength affects the absorbance of photons. The spectrum itself is a plot of the wavelength against the absorbance, and is characterized by the maximum wavelength at which there is the greatest absorbance. This wavelength characterizes molecules in the compound and provides information...
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Noise Pollution
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...intensities and frequencies. In this essay we are going to discuss about noise pollution from the aspect of physics and try to investigate the impact it has on the human body. General Characteristics of sound in relation... Noise Pollution Introduction One of the most detrimental threats to the quality of human life is Noise pollution. Prolonged exposure to increased levels of noise could result in a permanent loss of hearing or have adverse effects on the human nervous system. Damage to the ear over a continued period of time leads to further deterioration in hearing and may finally result in permanent deafness. To avoid such damage it is imperative to keep away from loud sounds with heavy intensiti...
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High Blood Pressure Measurement
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...intensities ranging from 20%, 40%, 60%, and 80%. At 20% exercise intensity, the subject was made to simple tasks that mainly involve the legs. The subsequent exercises involved a combination of legs and the upper body parts. The blood pressure and the heart rate in terms of diastolic and systolic compressions were then monitored after 30 minutes of rest. Ordinary clinical stethoscope and the upper arm blood pressure cuff were used for measuring heart rate and blood pressure. Each of the result for each experiment... ? High Blood Pressure Measurement Introduction Blood pressure measurement is among the most important and commonly performed office tests; however, man people tend to undervalue the...
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Protein Misfolding Amyloid
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...intensity decreased significantly after 40h indicating conformational change and/or quenching of tyrosine fluorescence. Overall fluorescence of tyrosine at this pH remained lower than at other two pH values tested (Fig 1.a) Fig 1. Fluorescence intensities of a) tyrosine b)Tryptophan at and c) Thioflavin T at 25 0c and three different pH values. The fluorescence intensities for these three were measured at 303, 348, 482 nm respectively, in all the experiments. a) b) c) There was slight increase... The Amyloid Fibrils Formation and Amorphous Aggregation in Concanavalin A in Vitro Results and Discussion Results: At 250C: In pH 5.0 and 7.0, the fluorescence of tyrosine remained unchanged while at pH 9.0 i...
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...intensity provides sufficient energy for the process of photosynthesis, increase in light intensity results to proportionate increase in the rate of photosynthesis up to the optimum level. The proposed process as per the paper is energy-dependent quenching. Q2 There is a fair consistency between the propose model of the process of photosynthesis and the spectra. The spectra show proportionate change in the process with change in energy. Q3 IVR excitation is intended to make comparison with the ground state IVR for S0 S1 and S2. It enables molecules to be in active state from where they can release energy to return to S0. Q5 Quantum yield = number of molecules... in the reaction/number of...
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What do any of us really know about love
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...intensity, the story also has the connotation that love is something that is derived... Love Raymond Carver’s ‘What We Talk About, When We Talk about Love’ is the titular story of his 1980s short story collection that had great influenceon a generation of short story writers. The collection and the story specifically consider the extent that in contemporary society if it’s accurate to even speak of a concept of love. Indeed, with biomedical advances, and insights into scientific functioning, many members of society understand ‘true love’ to be merely a collection of definable biological functions. Another section of people are less scientifically rigorous in their characterization of the concept, however ...
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...intensity of light that is around 10 times the intensity of ordinary light bulbs. It takes time and needs commitment cognitive behavioral therapy and use of antidepressant medicines (Rosenthal & Norman, 28). I think using the light therapy technique is a better way of treating this disorder. This therapeutic technique gives room for a patient to undergo regulated... Therapeutic techniques used in the treatment of Seasonal Affective Disorder Introduction This paper is examining various therapeutic techniques used in the treatment of SAD- Seasonal Affective Disorder. Every year in America, approximately 12.5 million patients seek for therapeutic treatment and various related problems management (Rohan,...
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What do any of us really know about love
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...intensity, the story also has the connotation that love is something that is derived... ?Love Raymond Carver’s ‘What We Talk About, When We Talk about Love’ is the titular story of his 1980s short story collection that had great influence on a generation of short story writers. The collection and the story specifically consider the extent that in contemporary society if it’s accurate to even speak of a concept of love. Indeed, with biomedical advances, and insights into scientific functioning, many members of society understand ‘true love’ to be merely a collection of definable biological functions. Another section of people are less scientifically rigorous in their characterization of the concept,...
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Different types of service organization
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...intensive. Degree of labour intensity is the ratio of investment on labour to that of total capital costs, while degree of customer interaction is the effect consumers have on the service being offered. Modification of services to suit the needs of a specific customer is customization. Grounding on these variables, Roger Schmenner has identified a differentiation of services on his service process matrix. Degree of labour intensity on Y-axis and degree of interaction with consumers and customization... Vani Aparna Chavali 23 July Service Process Matrix Consumers are central to services. Satisfaction of need here is a variable of the interactionbetween employee and customer. Thus, services are labour...
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Marketing Bachelor Essay
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...intensity of distribution and logistics affect the choice of a distribution system Suppliers and distributors have a great influence on the success of a firm. Distribution issues come into play heavily in deciding brand level strategies. In order to maintain one's brand image, it may be essential that retailers and other channel members provide certain services such as warranty repairs and carrying a large assortment of accessories. Since not all retailers are willing to provide these services, insisting on them will likely reduce... The Influence of Marketing Channels on the Marketing Mix Marketing mix is essentially a grouping and integration of marketing inputs into a products and service mix, a...
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Reaction paper assignment
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...Intensity of Facebook use will be positively associated with individuals’ perceived bridging social capital. H2: Intensity of Facebook use will be positively associated with individuals’ perceived bonding social capital. H3a: The relationship between intensity of Facebook use and bridging social capital will vary depending on the degree of a person’s self esteem. H3b... : The relationship between intensity of Facebook use and bridging social capital will vary depending on the degree of a person’s satisfaction with life. H4a: The relationship between intensity of Facebook use and bonding social capital will vary depending on the degree of a person’s self...
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Different types of service organization
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...intensive. Degree of labour intensity is the ratio of investment on labour to that of total capital costs, while degree of customer interaction is the effect consumers have on the service being offered. Modification of services to suit the needs of a specific customer is customization. Grounding on these variables, Roger Schmenner has identified a differentiation of services on his service process matrix. Degree of labour intensity on Y-axis and degree of interaction with consumers and customization... ?Vani Aparna Chavali 23 July Service Process Matrix Consumers are central to services. Satisfaction of need here is a variable of the interaction between employee and customer. Thus, services are labour...
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Scale-Free Brain-Wave Music from Simultaneously EEG and fMRI Recordings
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...intensity. There was more attention to pitch and intensity (Lu, et al. 2012). In this part, wood was fixed together with piano, and the results were that it changed according to the persons hobbies at the same time as the EEG wave determined the duration. The recording of the EEG-FMRI brain music involved the following... of Introduction In 2009, a group of scientists ly Dan Wu, Jing Lu, Cheng Luo, Hua Yang, Chaoyi Li, Dezhong Yao andHe, Yong developed a method of generating scale free brainwave music which involves translation of the amplitude of EEG to music pitch. These scientists come from different institutions which, are all based in China. Hua Yang, Jing Lu, Dezhong Yao, Dan Wu, Chaoyi Li and...
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Estimiting the half - value layer thikness
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...intensity, A is the x-ray intensity transmitted via an absorber of thickness x,e is the natural logarithm system and µ is the slope of the underlying absorption curve(normally linear attenuation coefficient measured in per cm). Linear attenuation coefficient is associated to the corresponding density of the absorber. The half-value layer is normally the thickness of the radiation absorbing material that reduces x-ray intensity by ½. Number of shielding Wood A Aluminum A CS-137 3 A 30 Sr-90 3 A A The equation A= A0e(-0692h/H) = Wood Aluminium CS-137 51 Sr-90 Conclusion Based on the value... INTRODUCTION Ionizing chambers are generally utilized in detection of the high...
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Lab report
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...intensity (I0 ) is passed through a solution. A detector measures the amount of light that is comes out the other side (transmitted light, I1 ). Procedure: For this experiment a cuvette, calorimeter, and a color of your choice for the dye solution, A.To begin the experiment, clean... Laboratory Report Introduction: The purpose of this lab was to Use a colorimeter probe (also called a spectrophotometer,you will study the relationship between concentration and light transmittance through solution samples.  Spectroscopy is the study of the interaction between matter and radiated energy. The solutions used in this lab are food color solutions. In colorimetry, light of a specific wavelength (λ) and intensity...
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Discussion question
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...intensity can also be controlled depending on the medium and the location or space within which it is contained. Noise, on the other hand, is considered by many as unwanted sound. It’s characteristic and perspective is subjective depending on the factors of unwanted sound and the personality of one hearing it. Some factors that classify sound as noise are the intensity... Sound versus Noise Sound can be heard as pressure variations from diverse sources such as the human’s vocal chord, a running vehicle, a musical instrument, a dog’s bark or any patterns of vibrating pressures from surrounding objects and things. As such, sound travels through various medium such as air, water, or even steel. Its...
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Radiographic Science
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...intensity of a beam of x-ray. This law states that the intensity of radiation from any given source of a radiation is inversely proportional to the squire of the distance from that given source. Mathematically, the inverse squire law can be written as I ? . In this case, I represent intensity, with d representing the distance. In the case of an x-ray tube, the x-ray photon is often produced from the anode, which is a large metal piece connecting to the positive side... hand, entails expelling electrons out of the electrical circuits while focusing them to a well-defined anode beam. This experiment seeks to demonstrate the application of the inverse squire law and it is, therefore, focused on...
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Localisation of the prostate
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...Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) IMRT is one of the advanced localisation technique in external beam radiotherapy wherein the intensity of each beams from the linear particle accelerator can be controlled by the practitioner... Localisation of the Pro Radiotherapy is one of the treatments of choice in managing pro cancer, often used in combination with other modalities in more aggressive cases. Localisation efforts are initiated to isolate the radiation dose to the target prostate so that it will minimize unnecessary damage to other surrounding structures. This paper will discuss the relevant anatomy and physiology of the prostate and surrounding structures, the pathophysiology and management ...
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Physical fitness related, from a article, the article has to be attached with the proper source
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...intensity physical activity or 75 minutes vigorous-intensity physical activity. These can be combined with muscle strengthening activities that strengthen all the major muscles. The four areas of target in doing the exercise are cardio respiratory exercise, flexibility exercise, neuro-motor exercise and intensity exercise. Intensity of the exercise refers to the rate and extent to which the exercise is performed or the effort required to carry out an activity. The moderate intensity physical activity includes brisk walking, dancing, and domestic chores among others. Vigorous physical activity include... Physical activity is persistently increasing across all ages in U.S. However, there has been a...
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Effect of Sound Exposure on Oysters
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...intensity sounds, on the growth of the Pacific oyster have ever been studied. Sound exposure at high frequencies and intensities has been studied with respect to other plants, animals and fish, and the general conclusion is that sound has either no effect, or a positive effect on growth and survival upto a certain level. Specific Aim: The purpose of this research study is to determine the effect of increasing sound exposure (the intensity and frequency) on (1... ? Effect of Sound Exposure on Oysters Your Specific Aims Oysters are an exotic, expensive luxury food item with high demand, however, the global production of oysters is limited. The Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas, is one of the most common...
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Study Framework
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...Intensity, Pattern, and Gate Control Theories of Pain. 2. Does the framework describe and define the concepts of interest? From the review, it is crystal clear that, other than the definition of pain, the theoretical framework fails to describe and define the concepts of interest. Concepts of interest are symbolic or image representation of abstract ideas. They are major components of theories thus conveys the abstract ideas within the theories (Burns et al. 2015). The author just uses the several concepts such as touch and pain, stimuli, impulses, neurons... Study Framework Affiliation Is the framework explicitly presented or must it be extracted from the literature review? Identify the framework...
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Critical Thinking Week 5
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...intensity. Although there may be a number of forces opposing the change, a greater effort is spent on the forces with the greatest intensity. FFAnalysis Website: http://erc.msh.org/quality/pstools/psffanal.cfm The Force Field analysis website shows great tools that can be used to change... ?ASSIGNMENT Management Challenges" Identify an industry that is dealing with or has dealt with change in one of the following areas: -Globalization -Technology -Workforce – downsizing, outsourcing, etc. Summarize the type of change that occurred. Why did it come about? How was it dealt with? Was it managed successfully? Why or why not? What challenges in this area remain? Recently the automotive industry has been...
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Critical Thinking Week 5
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...intensity. Although there may be a number of forces opposing the change, a greater effort is spent on the forces with the greatest intensity. FFAnalysis Website: http://erc.msh.org/quality/pstools/psffanal.cfm The Force Field analysis website shows great tools that can be used... ASSIGNMENT Management Challenges" Identify an industry that is dealing with or has dealt with change in one of the following areas: -Globalization -Technology -Workforce – downsizing, outsourcing, etc. Summarize the type of change that occurred. Why did it come about? How was it dealt with? Was it managed successfully? Why or why not? What challenges in this area remain? Recently the automotive industry has been forced to dea...
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Apply the ALARA concept for worker protection during replacement of a pump in a system where removable contamination and radiation are expected to be hazards. Remember to discuss each of the elements of ALARA as well as the concept itself
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...intensity and time despite their doses. This implies both adults and minors require excellent... ALARA concept and elements Emphasis on employee protection and improving of working conditions especially in radiations-infected environs is the norm in current and developed states (Kun & Beltran, 2009). ALARA concept stresses that no employee or an individual should work in radiations-infected conditions (Bevelacqua, 2008). Since, no dose of any radiations is fit or has less impact on humanity’s existence due to their destructive effects they possess. Hence, the concept assumes "Linear No Threshold Hypothesis" where its argument rests on the basis that the biological effects augment with the increasing...
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Kinder Gallery Activity
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...intensity, with white being the lightest and black being the darkest. There is also the median value of gray in the artwork. Lines have been used to form different images that complete the outlook of the artwork. Artwork 2 Title: Stepping Out Artist: Roy Lichtenstein Date: 1978 Questions about this artwork Describe the use of colors in this artwork How effective is the use of color intensity in this artwork Elements of Art in this Artwork ‘Stepping out’ is composed of elements of art like colors, lines and value. A primary color, yellow, has been used in the artwork. Also used are colors like red, white and blue, with a black background. Use of lines is also evident in ‘Stepping out... Kinders: Theory...
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Japan Tsunami
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...intensity of the earthquake. The death toll is yet to be established specifically because of the great losses that the earthquake posed. The loss of the tsunami has been so great that Barack Obama has categorized the loss to be a catastrophe. The United State has ever since helped in aiding many operations to revive the situation in Japan (Foster 2011). In the late 1800s Japan... ?Japan Tsunami On March 11, one of the biggest tsunamis hit Japan and led to the death of thousands of civilians. An earthquake of 8.9 magnitudewas recorded undersea which led to great worries for all the citizens living in the northeastern Japan. Even the people living in swaying skyscrapers had to worry because of the great...
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Risks associated with ultrasound procedure
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...intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) is such a therapeutic application, with intensities that are generally 1,000 to 10,000 times greater than traditional diagnostic ultrasound devices ( Table 1) for the purpose of selective destruction of tissues deep within the body. In its clinical application, acoustic energy is focused to a well-defined region of tissue (focal region or zone), and the energy that has not been scattered is absorbed and converted into heat. (Soneson, 2009) Due to the high intensities in the focal region, temperatures quickly rise to levels that will result in rapid cellular necrosis, creating a well-defined region of necrosed tissue while leaving the surrounding tissue... Risks...
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Raman Spectroscopy of Toluene and Fluorescence Spectroscopy of Rhodamine 6G
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...intensity. At low frequencies, the fingerprint region is found for most compounds. Raman spectroscopy is much easier to use at low frequencies compared to IR, this is because at low frequencies very many bands are visible on the spectrum. With Raman spectroscopy, it is possible to reject the laser beam at low frequency modes; this would minimize the bands that are seen at the fingerprint region. With IR, this is not possible, and as a result the spectrum cannot be refined to reduce the congestion of peaks. Toluene (methylbenzene) has a CH3 group attached to the benzene ring, for IR spectroscopy, the CH3 group exists at just below 1500 cm-1. This is just at the start of...
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Physical Chemistry Lab Report
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...intensity of a given substance. It has been used in many applications in industries. The kinematics of luminescence quenching is the basic principle for the experiment. This paper looks into the experimental procedure, findings and discusses the findings from generation of the light using two quenchers. Introduction Quenching of luminescence occurs when impurities are added to a phosphor ,when luminescent concentration is high, Heating of luminescent substance or if it is exposed to infrared radiation... or an electric field this results causes the probability of no radiative transitions. This process is usually undesirable and very high requirement are therefore imposed on the purity of...
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CORPORATE RISK MANAGEMENT
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...intensity of the risk as the risk shall be high when it affects the company’s operation at maximum (Agrawal, 2009). Although the risk is attached with every operation of the company but there are some certain areas in which the concern of the risk is substantial and companies’ need to focus more upon those. The costs associated with risk... ? Risk Management The management of risk is done by analyzing the costs and the benefits that the company shall be able to receive in return (Holmes,2002). The management of risk is done on short term and on the long term basis as the cost benefit analysis of both the options are different when the time value of money is considered and in certain cases the risk...
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Case Study
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...intensity of service, given that the plan is to operate on her within 24 hours, once the operating room is free. On the other hand... Case Study By looking at the patient’s history, there is a possibility of determining whether the patient meets the criteria set by the hospital for admission. According to the patient’s history and physical report, she experiences “severe, short-distance, lifestyle limiting right lower extremity claudication,” which is the reason why she is being admitted to the hospital. The patient typically develops paresthesias as well as complete numbness to her right foot after walking for more than 20 yards. However, if she walks for an approximation of 20 yards, she experiences p...
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Molecular Fluorescence Analysis of Proteins
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...intensity were then plotted against the concentration of the standard solutions to create a calibration curve. The slope, y-intercept and r2 (square of residuals) for the calibration curve were then computed using Excel. A UV-VIS absorption spectrum of riboflavin was then obtained using the 10ppm and 100ppm samples at a wavelength range of between 250 and 600 nm. Results Serum Albumin Fluorescence a) Labeled spectrum of buffer b... Molecular Fluorescence Analysis of Proteins Chemistry Lab Report 7 November Introduction Molecular absorption spectroscopy is a chemical technique that enables the qualitative and quantitative analysis of atoms or molecules by utilizing the absorption, emission and...
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