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Article Critique
Moreover, the peer revision is definite as it’s an article by American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research and though can’t be copied.More briefing the critique for the article “Asia Unravels: Could this be the sequel to the fall of the Berlin Wall? (Economic Crisis)”; its purpose is no where directly define but as an essay in different places, questions and statements are provided. For example, “Do current events in East Asia suggest the fall of a ‘second Berlin
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Sodium – Na+ channel
These include lidocaine, mexiletine, toccainide, and phenytoin. Class Ic agents markedly depress the phas 0 depolarization. They are indicated for lif-threatening ventricular tachycardia or ventricular fibrillation and for the treatment of atrial fibrillation. They are potentially pro-arrhythmic, especially in settings of structural heart disease, as in post myocardial infarction and contraindicated in such instances. These agents includeencainide, flecaimide, morizine, and propafenone. A
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Gender Difference In Exercise Addiction And the Possible Roles of Eating Behaviour, Anxiety And Reason for Execise In Undergraduate Students
In the recent times, sports and exercise psychologists are intrigued with the potential problem of exercise dependence that may lead to all-consuming obsession with exercise activities. What was to begin with a part of healthy lifestyle, has now turned into unhealthy preoccupation. This has particularly been seen in young age groups such as in adolescents and college students. Exercise addiction or dependence clinically is not different from other addictive disorders such as substance abuse or
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The Responsibility of the Auditor for Fraud and Error
Some of the reasons may include trying to obtain new credit or more investments; “creating favorable stock value”; trying to conceal inability to improve performance of the company; increasing management or the board compensation by showing higher earnings; “obtaining a promotion…within the company” and “hiding improper business transactions” (p. 58, Rezaee and Riley, 2010). Clearly there are a lot of underlying reasons why fraud is committed by those in a position to commit
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How Significant Values are Calculated
This account shows the gross profit for the period and all the indirect cash expenses (i.e., salaries, rent and electricity). It also includes indirect non – cash expenses such as depreciation and provision for bad debts, expenses accrued but not yet paid (i.e., unpaid electricity) and expenses that were incurred but already paid in advance by the company.
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Oldham Pond study
Haledon at an interval of three weeks; the first data being collected being collected on 4th February, 2012 and the second data was collected on 25th February, 2012. The study area is shown in figure 1 in the appendices page.The data collected was on temperature, dissolved oxygen, conductivity, Ph and the total alkalinity. Moreover, the prevailing weather conditions were noted including the temperature and the wind conditions. During the first visit, data was taken on at the surface and at a
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LAB # 5
Asphalt mix in most cases have many volumetric properties which are constituent of few properties in the volume like voids in the aggregate of the mineral, void in asphalt, void in the total mix. The crucial void in air is directly related to the density (Marker, 284). The results showed the air void to range from 2.618 to 8.631 and the average is 4. The average gives a perfect figure for the mixtures that are dense-graded. This void has a density value limit of 95.387% and from the calculation
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Darwinian Snails
Blue snails with shell thickness of 6.0 and 7.0, five yellow-green snails with 2 having shell thickness of 3.0, another 2 with thickness 5.0 and 1 with shell thickness of 4.0, and one 0range-yellow snail with shell thickness of 10. Tank two also had same number of snails that comprised of three blue with shell thickness of 4.0, and 8.0, one orange with shell thickness of 9.0 and four yellow-green with shell thickness of 3.0, and 5.0, I also included one crab in the tank.In tank 3, I added two
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Name that fossil
The height of the nasal orbit is also shorter for g when compared to the height for G and the mystery skull #1.The index characteristics; index of supra-orbital height, index of nuchal area height and the index of the condylar position of the mystery skull #2 are recorded in the chart 1 as 71, 37 and 44. A review of the index characteristics of the known specimens recorded in chart 1 was made and various matches made to single out the identity of our given specimen. The matching specimens with
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Case study report
Another key aspect that has fostered Aviva’s growth and profitability is motivation since the employees are committed to higher performance in their jobs. The report will discuss the success of Aviva using organisational theories and concepts on leadership and power. The second element of organisational design and management of people that will be the motivational strategies that have been used by the company to ensure high employee performance.Mumford (2010) asserts that the organisational
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Testing of biomolecules
This report will therefore compile various methods that have been developed in the testing of biomolecules and depict the importance of each in biochemistry.The biomolecules that we shall look at include; - carbohydrates-three tests including the test for reducing sugars, test for non-reducing sugars, proteins, the tests analyzed will check for the presence of amino acids in the given samples. Amino acids are the building blocks for proteins and they are tested using the biuret method (John and
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Soil Enzyme Activity (Alkaline Phosphatase Assay)
Enzymes are therefore dependent on substrate concentration, soil microorganisms’ metabolic ability, soil environmental conditions such as temperature and pH and the number of microorganisms present in the soil (Lichtfouse, 228).Alkaline Phosphatase is an example of extracellular enzyme produced by many soil microorganisms and exported out into the soil solution. The main function is to eliminate the phosphate molecule from the organic compounds such as nucleic acids and phospholipids. This
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Packing Characterisation
Second mode is mode-I-b that is featured by gas as the continuous phase. The third being mode II-a; inverse three-phase fluidization. The fourth, TCA mode II-b fluidization has characteristics of a contact absorber that is turbulent. Modes II-b, and II-a are attained by a flow of liquid and gas that is countercurrent. Amongst which the most striking one is the co-current three-phase fluidization with the liquid as the continuous phase (Murayama, 2005).The effective operation and design of a
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Causes of Perceived Stress on University Students
A disturbing trend in university students’ health is the increase in student stress globally. Among the most viable stressors affecting students are academic related issues, finances, time constraints and self-imposed aspects. Nevertheless, the stressors are all vehicles through which the actual drivers of stress are embedded (Marcus, & Baehrisch, 2013).In line with the disturbing reports, the study sought to establish how perceived stress relates to changes in the level of happiness, trust,
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LABORATORY EXERCISE 6 Enzyme activity
A plastic tub was then filled with cold tap water to an approximate depth of 3 to 4 inches after which the temperature of the water was adjusted to between 37 and 40 oC using warm water. 50ml graduated cylinders were then prepared by submerging them in the water tubs and allowing them to fill without any air bubbles. The cylinder was then put upside down with its mouth submerged. The cylinder was then put in a ring stand and secured in position with the mouth just below the surface of the
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Main Methods of Successful Transformation of Bacterial Cells with Different Plasmid
According to Piddock (2014), conjugation happens when cells with plasmid produce pili, which is a tube for attachment to cells without the plasmid hence making the transfer of plasmid possible. Transformation takes place when cells treated with electric or chemicals substances are induced to uptake a naked DNA molecule.
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A Process of Colored Molecules Based Separation on their Molecular
Where Kd is the coefficient of distribution and molecules have Kd between 0 and 1.The gel filtration column is divided into proteins of known molecular weight and then the Kd of each protein is calculated. The graph of Kd against log10 molecular weight is plotted and this graph allows the molecular weight of the unknown protein to be read from it.The buffer on top of the column was allowed to drain up to the level of the gel 
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Empirical Formula of Magnesium Oxide
It is paramount to limit the amount of oxygen to reduce the rate of reaction (Zumdahl & DeCoste, 2013). The use of magnesium strips ensures the whole surface of the metal is exposed to oxygen. A gravimetric analysis demands a step by step of measurement of mass before and after the reaction. The magnesium is weighed before the reaction and the final product after the reaction is also weighed. The weighing helps in determining the exact mass of oxygen that combines with Magnesium in the
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How Molecule's Structure affect the pKa?
This is arrangement is commonly referred to as a singlet state (Perrin and Dempsey, 2001). The absorption of light by a given molecules like the 2-naphthol can significantly affect its chemistry by altering its geometry as well as electron density. At a particular pH, the value of pKa of ArOH is closely related to its absorbance A at a specified wavelength λsp as given byThe reagents that were used in the experiment included 1.0 M ammonium hydroxide buffer solution (NH4OH), 1.0 M ammonium
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Jominy Hardenability test
When the thickness of the part has increased the rate of cooling would be slowed at the center. This means that for a certain thickness one should pick a steel which could be hardened at the center whenever that is required. The rate of cooling should, therefore, be kept constant.
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