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How to Write a Synthesis Essay - The main purpose of a synthesis essay is to make insightful connections. Those connections can show the relationship(s) between parts of a work or even between two or more works. It is your job to explain why those relationships are important. In order to write a successful synthesis essay, you must gather research on your chosen topic, discover meaningful connections throughout your research, and develop a unique and interesting argument or perspective. A synthesis is not a summary. A synthesis is an opportunity to create new knowledge out of already existing knowledge, i.e., other sources....   [tags: Synthesis Essay] 1666 words
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How to Write a Synthesis Essay - 1. What is a synthesis. A synthesis is a written discussion incorporating support from several sources of differing views. This type of assignment requires that you examine a variety of sources and identify their relationship to your thesis. 2. Synthesis is used in: Analysis papers to examine related theories. For example a comparison between the theories of evolution or who shot JFK. Research papers to incorporate multiple sources. For example looking at economic and social effects of proposed legislation....   [tags: Synthesis Essay] 390 words
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How to Write a Synthesis Essay - What is a synthesis essay. A synthesis essay draws on two or more sources and combines their ideas into a coherent whole. What do I need to write one. Writing a successful synthesis essay will require you to do four things: read accurately and objectively, see relations among different viewpoints, define a thesis based on these relations, support the thesis effectively. You will not discuss all the points in every essay; but you should use every essay assigned, and you should use points from each that are appropriate for the thesis of your own essay....   [tags: Synthesis Essay] 510 words
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Writing a Synthesis Essay - A synthesis essay should be organized so that others can understand the sources and evaluate your comprehension of them and their presentation of specific data, themes, etc. The following format works well: The introduction (usually one paragraph) 1. Contains a one-sentence statement that sums up the focus of your synthesis. 2. Also introduces the texts to be synthesized: (i) Gives the title of each source (following the citation guidelines of whatever style sheet you are using); (ii) Provides the name of each author; (ii) Sometimes also provides pertinent background information about the authors, about the texts to be summarized, or about the general topic from which the...   [tags: Synthesis Essay] 442 words
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How to Write a Synthesis Essay - A synthesis is a written discussion that draws on one or more sources. It follows that your ability to write syntheses depends on your ability to infer relationships among sources - essays, articles, fiction, and also nonwritten sources, such as lectures, interviews, observations. This process is nothing new for you, since you infer relationships all the time - say, between something you've read in the newspaper and something you've seen for yourself, or between the teaching styles of your favorite and least favorite instructors....   [tags: Synthesis Essays, Argumentative Essays] 841 words
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How to Write a Synthesis Essay - A synthesis is the combination of the ideas from more than one source with your own ideas. Note that the term “idea” does not constitute an opinion. What does a successful synthesis include. ACCURACY: an accurate report of information from the sources using different phrases and sentences not found in the original text. ORGANIZATION: readers should be able to see immediately where the information from the sources overlap. INTERPRETATION: a synthesis makes sense of the sources and helps the reader understand them in greater depth....   [tags: Synthesis Essays, Process Essays] 345 words
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One-step Synthesis of Gold Nanoparticles Using Casein Peptides - This study demonstrates a facile, one−pot preparation of casein hydrolytic peptides (CHPs)–conjugated crystalline AuNPs having average core size about 20 ±10 nm and morphology found to be hexagonal shaped. The CHPs are competent to form the monolayer on the AuNPs surface resulting electrostatic interparticles interaction, and plays an important role in stability for long periods of time (12 months). The X−ray photoelectron (XPS) spectrum, showed a strong peak for the pure ‘Au’ phase. The FTIR spectrum indicated that the electrostatic capping of the CHPs, which drives the formation of organic−inorganic CHPs−AuNPs composite....   [tags: casein hydrolytic,biotechnology,nano synthesis]
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Protein Synthesis - Protein Synthesis Protein synthesis is one of the most fundamental biological processes. To start off, a protein is made in a ribosome. There are many cellular mechanisms involved with protein synthesis. Before the process of protein synthesis can be described, a person must know what proteins are made out of. There are four basic levels of protein organization. The first is primary structure, followed by secondary structure, then tertiary structure, and the last level is quaternary structure. Once someone understands the makeup of a protein, they can then begin to learn how elements can combine and go from genes to protein....   [tags: Protein Synthesis Biology DNA Essays] 787 words
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The Synthesis - Like many theorems, ideas and beliefs, Dialectical Materialism was not the epiphany of a single mind. Karl Marx was merely the genius who realized that the two concepts could be conjoined to explain the cycle of past, present and remarkably even future economic systems. Karl Marx was a very perceptive economist who concentrated on capitalism and its opportunity costs. The “Father of Socialism” combined Hegel’s, Smith’s and Malthus’ previous hypothesis to form a new constant that’s been established true, Dialectical Materialism....   [tags: essays research papers] 605 words
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Synthesis of Ethanol - ... Stony Brook State Universtiy, 03 Apr. 2007. Web. 02 Mar. 2014. Clark, Jim. "Dehydration of Ethanol to Give Ethene." Dehydration of Ethanol to Give Ethene. Chem Guide, 05 Feb. 2013. Web. 03 Mar. 2014. Gong, Jon. "Ethanol" National Center for Biotechnology Information. U.S. National Library of Medicine, 29 Aug. 2012. Web. 02 Mar. 2014. Villa, John. "Ethanol." Natural Resources Canada. Government of Canada, 16 Dec. 2013. Web. 05 Mar. 2014. Jain, Parul. "Haber-Bosch Process." Encyclopedia Britannica Online....   [tags: chemistry, fossil fuel, ammonia]
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Fatty Acid Synthesis and Cancer - Introduction Fatty acid synthesis plays a vital role in homeostasis within the human body. The process of fatty acid synthesis regulates energy metabolism and provides fuel in times of starvation1. This process also synthesizes biomolecules that are important to life during embryonic development and lactation in mammary glands2. An overproduction of synthesized fatty acids is implicated in disease states such as obesity, liver disease, and cancer3. The fatty acid synthase (FAS) complex performs a vital role in fatty acid synthesis....   [tags: homeostasis, biochemical reactions, experiments]
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The Medieval Synthesis in the Arts - ... The historical moments the cathedral amount of sculpture, miniatures statues, and the great rose windows at Chartres Cathedral. The church was to bring salvation, spiritual instruction and moral education for the followers of Christ. This work is typical for this era because the architectural style Gothic is known for its height being tall and made from stone and tall flying buttresses and ribbed groin vaults and raised stained windows. The Romanesque style consists of round arches and groin vaults and both style, tall were made out of stone....   [tags: french history, gothic church, fire]
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The Knorr Synthesis of Pyrroles - The Knorr Synthesis of Pyrroles Experimental A mixture of ethyl acetoacetate 1 (7.52 g, 7.5 mL) in glacial acetic acid (18 mL) was prepared and cooled to 5oC while stirring. Sodium nitrate solution (2.1 g in 5 mL deionised water) was added at such a rate that the temperature of reaction did not exceed 7oC. Once this addition was complete the mixture was stirred with cooling for 10 minutes before being allowed to warm to room temperature. Zinc dust (4.0 g) was added to the reaction mixture in small portions so that the mixture refluxed gently, the reaction mixture was then heated to reflux for one hour....   [tags: Chemistry] 978 words
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Paracetamol Synthesis and Uses - ... The starting material, phenol, is first undergoes nitration with the use of dilute sulfuric acid and sodium nitrate. This is an electrophilic aromatic substitution reaction where a hydrogen on the aromatic ring is replaced with a nitro group. The hydroxyl group on the aromatic ring is an electron-donating group and therefore serves as an ortho-para director. Through the nitration reaction, two products are formed: o-nitrophenol and p-nitrophenol. In comparing the stability of the two resulting products, o-nitrophenol is less stable due to steric hinderance and proximity of the hydroxyl and nitro group to one another....   [tags: harmon northrop morse] 1101 words
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Protein Synthesis and Transcription - ... Then, the polymerase binds to these two things (promoter & transcription factor) before it unwinds the template strand of DNA between the promoter and the terminator. The RNA polymerase copies the template strand of DNA by matching the original nucleotides with their complementary base pairs - the only difference is that instead of adenine being matched with thymine, it’s paired with uracil. Just like how the RNA polymerase was told to start with the promoting sequence of DNA, it’s told when to stop as well with a terminating sequence....   [tags: Enzyme, Molecule, DNA] 666 words
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The Synthesis of Knowledge - The Synthesis of Knowledge "Society values mental labor more highly than manual labor." This is a claim that Ruth Hubbard makes in her essay "Science, Facts, and Feminism." This claim suggests that those who are the thinkers, the innovators, the inventors, and the great minds are highly valued by society; however, those who are the doers, the laborers, the hand-crafters, and the workers are not valued as greatly. Hubbard implies that society regards mental labor as more important than manual labor because it requires more specifically human qualities....   [tags: Mind Mental Knowing Knowledge Essays] 1059 words
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Synthesis Essay on Indocumented Immigrants in the US - ... Also, due to the fact of living in a community filled with immigrants, my interest in immigration was a no-brainer for me. Military historian, political essayist, and Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Victor Davis Hanson posted his article 'The Global Immigration Problem' on the History News Network site on Wednesday, June 6, 2007. Writer, theologian, activist, and pastor of the Resurrection Community Church in Oakland, California, Reverend columnist Byron Williams posted his blog article 'Immigration Frenzy Points out Need for Policy Debate' on The Huffington Post on May 9, 2006....   [tags: American Dream, Opportunity]
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Heterocyclic Chemistry: The Knorr Synthesis of Pyrroles - The Knorr synthesis of the pyrrole, 2,4-diethoxycarbonyl-3,5-dimethylpyrrole, was achieved using an α-amino ketone, ethyl acetoaminoacetate and reacting it with its predecesso r, ethyl acetoacetate in a double condensation reaction . The product was analysed by 1H NMR, 13C NMR, mass spectrometry and IR spectroscopy giving positive results . Introduction Pyrrole has been a molecule of great interest due to its heterocyclic aromatic properties. The lone pair on the nitrogen is delocalised within the ring, causing the heterocycle to be electron-rich ....   [tags: Chemistry]
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An Experiment on the Synthesis and Characterization of Biodiesel Fuel - ... As soon as the oil reaches 50C, turn off heat, but continue stirring. Fifth, slowly pour the methanol/NaOH mixture into the oil. Stirring should be thorough, so that methanol is on the bottom. Sixth, after the 20 minutes remove the beaker from hotplate. Record observations. Finally, centrifuge the biodiesel for 3-5 minutes. 2 layers should appear, top layer is biodiesel and bottom layer is glycerol. For viscosity, use the preassembled apparatus measure the viscosity of the starting oil and diesel fuel....   [tags: petroleum-based, vegetable oil, burner] 807 words
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Graphene: Properties, Applications and Synthesis Methods - Introduction Graphene has received great mass media coverage since Geim and Novoselov published their foundlings about monocrystalline graphitic films in 2004, which won them the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2010. (Novoselov et al, 2004) It has been described as the wonder substance or super material by the mass media, not only because it is the thinnest material ever known and the strongest ever measured, but also due to its excellent electrical, thermal, mechanical, electronic, and optical properties....   [tags: Graphene Research Paper]
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Innovation of Hydrothermal Synthesis from the Past and Present - ... In the case of the formation of metal oxides, hydrothermal synthesis method is generally involve two reactions which are hydrolysis of the meal salts followed by dehydration. M(NO ) x + xH O = M(OH) x + xHNO (Hydrolysis) H O x M OH x MOx / 2 2 2 ( ) = + (Dehydration) This method is normally at around 373-473 K. During the heat-up period, the above reactions take place to produce nuclei and eventually crystals. During hydrothermal reactions resulting in materials with the desired microstructure and properties, the homogeneous nucleation and grain growth processes will take place....   [tags: oganic materials] 610 words
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The Activation- synthesis Model of Dreaming - The Activation- synthesis Model of Dreaming The interpretation of dreams developed by Dr. Sigmund Freud is a theory that is still believed by many. Freud thought the function of dreaming was to allow the discharge of repressed instinctual impulses in such a way as to preserve sleep. He also believed the instigating force behind dreams was always an instinctual and unconscious wish. Dr. Freud considered these wishes to be predominantly sexual in nature. In "Introductory Lectures on Psycho-Analysis," he wrote: "Though the number of symbols is large, the number of subjects symbolized is not large....   [tags: Papers] 397 words
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Total Synthesis of CP Compounds - Total Synthesis of CP Compounds Man's fascination with the many uses that can be found with the exploitation of natural substances has been demonstrated time and again throughout history, but the stage was set at the turn of the century for organic chemists to begin to focus on utilizing natural compounds for the benefit of medicinal and industrial uses. The discoveries of penicillin, aspirin, and other naturally occurring useful compounds in the earlier parts of the century set the stage for the utilization and exploitation of biologically active compounds as a molecular science....   [tags: Papers] 505 words
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The Genetic Code and Protein Synthesis - The Genetic Code and Protein Synthesis Genetic code is the sequence of organic bases on the double strands of DNA. These bases line up in a particular order to code for things like eye colour, hair colour and height. Every person has an individual genetic code and no two persons are exactly the same. DNA replicates in a semi-conservative manner. The two strands are separated by an enzyme called Helicase and both become templates for new DNA. Each strand then attracts new organic bases to the ones already present e.g....   [tags: Biology] 287 words
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An Investigation into the Identification, Properties, and Synthesis of an Unknown Ionic Compound - Abstract This paper describes the methods used in the identification, investigation of properties, and synthesis of an unknown compound. The compound was identified as calcium nitrate by a variety of tests. When the compound was received, it was already known to be one of twelve possible ionic compounds. The flame test identified the presence of the calcium anion in the compound. The compound tested positive for the nitrate cation using the iron sulfate test. At this point it was hypothesized that the compound was calcium nitrate....   [tags: Research Analysis]
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Synthesis of Tavris, Goodman, and Underwood - Synthesis of Tavris, Goodman, and Underwood We’ve all been in a situation where we’ve been unknowingly manipulated by a group of people. It’s human nature to follow. Often times, for instance a gang shooting or the Holocaust in the 1940s, the outcome of blind following reminds that human nature can be atrocious. But do you think every German Nazi who contributed to the mass murders was an evil person. No, most were lead to believe that they were doing a good thing. Hitler was a powerful orator who convinced millions of people to support him....   [tags: Culture Sex Cultural Essays]
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Structural Control in ATRP Synthesis of Star Polymers - Structural Control in ATRP Synthesis of Star Polymers Using the Arm-First Method and their Applications to the Medical Field Introduction Polymers are large molecules composed of small repeating units called monomers. There is a unique type of polymer called star polymers because of their shape.1 They consist of a central core with attaching monomer arms that can form branches.1 Interest in the synthesis of star-shaped polymers began in the 1950’s because of living anionic polymerization.1 By living I mean that the polymers ability to terminate has been removed....   [tags: Arm First Method, Applications, Medical Field]
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Speech Recognition and Speech Synthesis - Speech Recognition and Speech Synthesis Speech Recognition. Speech Recognition is the process by which a computer maps an acoustic speech signal to text. It is different that speech understanding which is the process by which a computer maps an acoustic speech signal to some form of abstract meaning of the speech. This process depends on the speaker, and how he speaks the language. There are three different systems for the speaker. * Speaker dependent system. * Speaker independent system. * Speaker adaptive system....   [tags: Essays Papers] 1478 words
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Synthesis of Barium Sulphate (BaSO4) - Synthesis of Barium Sulphate (BaSO4) 1. Experiment Details Experiment Title: Synthesis of Barium Sulphate (BaSO4) 2. Data-Time Group (DTG) 3. Aim To produce a pure sample of Barium Sulphate (BaSO4) of at least 0.50 grams. 4. Apparatus & Materials Chemicals used: Barium Nitrate, Ba(NO3)2 Sulphuric Acid, H2SO4 Lab equipment used: Glass beakers (2) Funnel (1) Filter paper (5) Conical flask (1) 5. Method 1. Collect 50 cm3 of Sulphuric Acid and 50 cm3 of Barium Nitrate in separate beakers....   [tags: Papers] 808 words
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Synthesis and Gas Sensing Porperties of SnO2 Nanostructures - INTRODUCTION Over the past decade, the study on metal oxide nanostructure materials have attracted much attention because metal oxides are considered to be the most fascinating functional materials and have been widely utilized in various technological applications. For examples they are used as gas sensors, bio-sensors, nanoelectronics, nanogenerators, electrochromic devices, light-emitting diodes, field emitters, supercapacitors and photo-detector. Nanomaterials have mechanical, chemical, thermal, electrical, and optical properties different from those of their bulk counterparts due to the enhanced surface-volume ratio and possible quantum confinement effects(Dulce N....   [tags: carbon monoxide, gases, ethanol, metal oxide]
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Varied Potentials of Aspergillus Species in Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles - ... flavipes (MTCC 1990), A. brevipes (MTCC 1988), A. ochraceus (MTCC 1877) and A.versicolor (MTCC 1759), were obtained from the Microbial Type Culture Collection and Gene Bank, Institute of Microbial Technology, Chandigarh, India, and were routinely maintained in the laboratory on PDA slants (pH 5.6) at 28 °C with regular sub-culturing on fresh media. The stock cultures (5 days old) were grown in Potato Dextrose Broth (PDB) at 28 °C on a rotary shaker (120 rpm) for 96 h. The biomass was harvested by filtration using Whatman filter paper No....   [tags: biomass, cultures, characteristics] 627 words
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Roles Synthesis: Advanced Practice Role in Health Care - Roles Synthesis: Advanced Practice Role   Roles Synthesis: Advanced Practice Role In recent years, health care has experienced an endless struggle between patient care and economic viability. Advanced practice nurses play a vital role in successfully achieving and carrying out hospital patient care missions (Cathcart, Greenspan, & Quin, 2010). Additionally, advanced practice nurse roles are sometimes poorly defined making responsibilities unclear with unrealistic expectations (Spence Laschinger, Wong, Grau, Read, & Pineau Stam, 2011)....   [tags: Nurse Methodology, Personal Essay]
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Historical Leader Synthesis: dwight D. Eisenhower - HISTORICAL LEADER SYNTHESIS ESSAY – DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER If you analyze historical battles and observe everything that was done to gain an advantage, it is unlikely that a conservative and effective strategy was always implemented. There are many instances where success meant excessive sacrifice of resources, or even worse--human lives. General Dwight D. Eisenhower was not wasteful in his planning, and he embodied the characteristics of a visionary leader. In this essay, I will provide a brief history of General Eisenhower’s life....   [tags: election, thinking, planning, officer] 831 words
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Explanatory Synthesis on Gunsmoke - Explanatory Synthesis on "Gunsmoke" Gunsmoke the radio program, which aired on the CBS Radio Network, was first broadcast on April 26, 1952 and the final broadcast aired on June 18, 1961. During its nine year radio run, Gunsmoke would air 413 radio stories and six of the seasons would coincide with Gunsmoke the television series. Many of the original cast members of the radio show would go on to have memorable television careers: William Conrad, who played Matt Dillon, went on to play in "Cannon", "Nero Wolfe" and the "Fat Man", from "Jake and the Fat Man"....   [tags: American Culture Essays] 830 words
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protien synthesis - Protein Synthesis The Expression of a Gene The process of Protein Synthesis involves many parts of the cell. Unlike other similar productions, this process is very complex and precise and therefore must be done in proper sequence to work effectively. The slightest error during this process could cause the action to experience difficulty or even fail. For example, in the production of starch, glucose molecules are combined to be stored and eventually utilized as usable chemical energy. The cell can break down the starch with little difficulty as if each molecule was identical, even though there is a wide variety of molecules....   [tags: essays research papers] 1596 words
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Protein Synthesis - Protein Synthesis Protein Synthesis is the process whereby DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) codes for the production of essential proteins, such as enzymes and hormones. Proteins are long chains of molecules called amino acids. Different proteins are made by using different sequences and varying numbers of amino acids. The smallest protein consists of fifty amino acids and the largest is about three thousand amino acids long. Protein synthesis occurs on ribosomes in the cytoplasm of a cell but is controlled by DNA located in the nucleus....   [tags: Papers] 674 words
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Matter Cannot Be Created or Destroyed, Only Transformed from One Form to Another - In the lab the reaction that took place was a synthesis reaction. A synthesis reaction, is a type of chemical reaction in which two or more simple substances combine to form a new product. The reactants may be elements or compounds. In this case it is a gas and a metal that will react and produce a compound. The general form of a synthesis reaction is, A + B → AB. In order for this lab to be done successful you need knowledge on, percent composition, the empirical and molecular formula, the law of conservation of mass, moles and molar mass, qualitative and quantitative....   [tags: synthesis reactions] 648 words
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Protein Synthesis - Protein Synthesis Within the nuclei of every one of our cells lie massive amounts of information. This information is stored neatly in our chromosomes. The coding on these chromosomes dictates every aspect of our physical self, but it is useless if it simply remains undecoded in the depths of our nuclei; it must be translated into something that can be read. This happens in the process of protein synthesis. The first part of the process of protein synthesis is transcription - the creation of RNA based on the DNA template....   [tags: Papers] 368 words
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Gunsmoke Synthesis - Gunsmoke Synthesis Between the years 1952 to 1961, the series Gunsmoke was broadcasted across the nation. The show gave people insight into a past life of men who carried guns, fought for what was theirs, and showed that even the hardest people could be tamed. It was a time when the heroes of the old west started settling down, and in doing so they were either good guys like sheriffs, or they were bad guys that robbed people or places. From the stories of Gunsmoke the central character was a U.S....   [tags: Television Media TV Essays] 628 words
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Protein Synthesis - Protein Synthesis Proteins are some of the most essential compounds on the planet. They perform a variety of tasks ranging from muscle contraction to fighting diseases. Over 50% of the dry weight of organisms are made of proteins; this is because things like your nails and hair are made of proteins. Proteins are also components of biological membranes, and they help regulate the passage of molecules through the membranes. This is all very important to the body, but the most important function, by far, is their use as enzymes to speed up the reactions in the body....   [tags: Papers] 445 words
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American vs. Japanese Education Systems - Education Synthesis Essay The educational system differs throughout the world; its viewed and taught differently because of cultural differences. Many cultures view education as a necessity of life therefore family are strict and get more involved in there child’s education. Around the world, education is given to students to prepare them for their future. The American education is considered one of the strongest systems of education therefore many countries the American system. The American education system contains many differences and similarities to the foreign system of education; however, students in the American system are not as successful as those in foreign countries like Japan....   [tags: Education Synthesis] 761 words
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The Modern Evolutionary Synthesis and the History of It's Development - The Modern evolutionary synthesis is combination of Darwinian evolutionary theory and Mendelian genetics. It is impossible to understand the theory and it's importance to the scientific community unless one understands the history behind the theory. From 1902 to 1953 major publications in the areas of systematics, developmental biology, botany, population genetics, and paleontology sucessfully integrated Darwin's four postulates and Mendelian genetics into a reformation of evolutionary theory. The new theory is referred to as the Modern Synthesis, Evolutionary Synthesis, or the Modern Evolutionary Synthesis....   [tags: Evolution Science Biology Research Papers] 2623 words
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A Modern Synthesis of Science with Eastern Christianity - Introduction Since the dawn of consciousness, humans have strived to understand the world around them and their place in it. From the first naturalistic surveys of the flora and fauna of the earth painted on the rocky walls of fire-lit caves millennia ago to the enormously complex investigations into quantum physics ventured at today’s particle accelerators, human curiosity has known no bounds. By way of organizing the countless questions posed and answers sought, broad conceptions of "science," "reason," "philosophy," and "religion" have been created and debated by humankind for centuries....   [tags: Philosophy Religion Essays] 3351 words
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Bromination of Benzene Synthesis and Purification of Bromobenzene - BROMINATION OF BENZENE SYNTHESIS AND PURIFICATION OF BROMOBENZENE: PROCEDURE DATA TABLE Chemical Boiling point C Melting Point C Density g/mL Solubility Benzene 80.1 5.5 0.88 Slightly in H2O Toluene 110.6 -93 0.87 Slightly in H2O Bromobenzene 155-156 -30.8 1.50 Insoluble Dibromobenzene 220.40 87.31 0.96 Insoluble MATERIALS: Graduated cylinder Weight scale Buchner funnel Filter flask Rubber stopper Hot plate Thermometer Conical funnel Various size beakers Fractionating column (for reflux) Various sized round bottom flasks Distillation head Condenser Vacuum adapter Clamps and stands Test tubes PROCEDURE:...   [tags: essays research papers] 599 words
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Masters and Gautama: A Synthesis of Buddhist Philosophy - Masters and Gautama: A Synthesis of Buddhist Philosophy Regardless of who we are or where we come from, we are unlucky enough to be subject to a world consisting of modifiers, pre-established social elements, systems of opinion and belief, which, though we may be unaware of them while they work their magic on us, ultimately serve to wrap us in a prison of thought. At the same time, there exist modifiers which may serve to free us. Depending on the right conditions, the time, we can be fortunate enough to see through the shroud pulled over our head at birth, to the true explanation of why we’re here, the truth of our existence....   [tags: Buddhism Buddhist Philosophy Papers]
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He Says, She Says: A Synthesis - He Says, She Says: A Synthesis Communication between men and women is a constant comparison of differing and many times opposite forms of reasoning. But should these differences hinder our ability to communicate with the opposite sex. There are many differing opinions concerning this topic. While trying to understand our differences we have lost site of the fact that somewhere in our conflicting thought patterns and methods of communication is the challenge and intrigue that attracts us to the opposite sex....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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alladium Catalyzed Suzuki Cross-Coupling Reactions and Their Uses in Organic Synthesis - Palladium Catalyzed Suzuki Cross-Coupling Reactions and Their Uses in Organic Synthesis Palladium catalyzed cross-coupling reactions are a useful way to create a new carbon-carbon bond in near quantitative yields and relatively moderate conditions.1,2 This makes them very useful tools in both organic and inorganic synthesis as well as materials research. The reaction itself was first discovered and researched almost simultaneously in the 1970’s by Dr. Akira Suzuki of Hokkaido University, Japan, Dr....   [tags: Sinthesis, Chemistry]
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integration and synthesis of three grounded theories and conceptual principles of the educational leadership field - Introduction The objective that I have for this paper is to present the integration and synthesis of at least three grounded theories and conceptual principles of the educational leadership field. Then, according with guidelines, I will compare and contrast those theories by using different authors’ perspectives, to critically analyze the body of knowledge achieved by those principles and explain how those theories in educational leadership add knowledge through the implementation of their premises and the interaction among them in the area of education....   [tags: School Community, Organizational Vision]
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The Synthesis of Actualizing and Escaping the Self in Christian Identity and Conversion - The Synthesis of Actualizing and Escaping the Self in Christian Identity and Conversion Ever since encountering Socrates’ simplistic but profound maxim, “know thyself,” I have taken intentional steps along the journey of my own self-discovery. However, the more I attempt to analyze the complex integration of motives, thoughts, actions, unconscious memories, sensual experiences, emotional reactions, etc. that composes my “self,” the more I realize the infinite depths into which Socrates’ seemingly simple saying has plunged me....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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The Encoding of Contextual Fear Conditioning - ... For example, translation of semaphorins, SLIT and plexins, key signaling molecules involved in neuronal growth were activated at T1 whereas members of SYNGR, ZFP and KLHL were activated at T2 suggesting differential recruitment of signaling pathways in PFC during encoding. We next analyzed the differentially expressed genes by biological pathway analysis and have identified several different processes activated in PFC during CFC training. Unlike changes at T2, most changes in biological pathways belonged to “Development” at T1 (Supplementary Tables 5,6)....   [tags: memories, hippocampus, protien synthesis] 1304 words
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Experiment on the Absorbtion of Long-Lived Radionuclides - Introduction Long-lived radionuclides in radioactive waste are intended to be serious pollutants, they migrate by groundwater and the geologic materials can affect their adsorption. Presence of radionuclides and toxic metals in wastes is a major environmental worries. ( paper khandeh -thorium (IV) The water pollutants by chemical substances, such as arsenic, barium, cadmium, cobalt, cuprum, chromium and rare earth element(REEs) has been a problem during the past few years. Because of rare earth elements (REEs) wide applications in many critical technological areas as well as nuclear fuel cycles (NFC), analytical and separation technologies for these elements are attract...   [tags: pollutants, synthesis, statistics] 935 words
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HCVM Is Capable of Infecting Cells in Vivo - ... In HCMV there are three phases of gene expression sequence which are immediate early (IE), early (E), and late (L). The IE phase is short and its products are derived from three major genes which are IE1, IE2, and IE3 (Keil et al., 1987). The expression of both E and L genes need the prior expression of one or more IE gene products which function as transcriptional activators (Messerle et al., 1992). Generally the IE genes are responsible for regulating the production of host cell products, the E genes control the production of daughter virions, and the L genes are involved in the synthesis of proteins that form the structural components of the virion (Griffiths & Grundy, 1987)....   [tags: nuclear, genes, synthesis] 628 words
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Alkylation of Azole Derivatives - ... The collected product was in a viscous, liquid form; and many efforts were made to purify the product by recrystallization. However, separating two different salts was very difficult, and these attempts were not successful. This same reaction was also repeated at room temperature, but the two reagents did not react. To prevent the diallylation, we followed the same procedure using allyl tosylate. The tosylate group is a less reactive, poorer nucleophile than bromide; therefore, it is less likely to remove the tosyl group....   [tags: synthesis of molecules, green chemistry]
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Synthesis of Learning - Children learn from their environment and the people that surround them. Children learn through imitating and mimicking what they see around them. They use these skills to problem solve, regulate their behavior, help in memorizing and remembering and also to structure their thinking and concept formation (Siegler & Alibali, 2005, p. 138). There are several theories based on this concept. Lev Vygotsky is one theorist that used social interaction as one of the main approaches to social learning and performed extensive research on exposing children to social and cultural experiences....   [tags: education, children]
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Fabrication of Carbon Nanotube - ... The advantage brought by CVD can be summarized as following. CVD offers using plenty of source in any state (solid, liquid or gas), enables the use of different substrates (wafers), and allows CNT growth in a diversity of forms, especially for a desired architecture of nanotubes on prepared substrate of a certain pattern. It also offers better control on the growth parameters. Steps Below shows a schematic diagram of the experimental set-up used for CNT growth by CVD method in its simplest form....   [tags: hydrocarbons, synthesis, catalyst] 810 words
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Asprin Experiment on Blackboard - Aspirin was prepared according to the protocol provided on Blackboard. The three sections to this experiment were 1. Synthesis of Aspirin, 2. Recrystallization of Aspirin, and 3. Characterization of Aspirin. In the first section, the Synthesis of Aspirin, salicylic acid was weight to be 3.029 grams using mass by difference since it was weighed on a 150 milliliter beaker. 9.23 milliliters of the acetic anhydride and 14 drops of 85 percent phosphoric acid were added to this beaker. A Bunsen burner provided by the laboratory was then used to boil the just mixed combination by producing a flame underneath the positioned beaker on top, and then allowed to cool for several minutes after the Bunsen...   [tags: synthesis, recrystallization, characterization] 898 words
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Good Will Hunting and Bell Hooks' Keeping Close to Home - Going off to college is probably one of the best things a person can do to further their education. The promise of a degree from a university seems achievable but is shadowed with the many challenges that come with a higher edification. Often many college students find themselves bothered by these obstacles which can determine whether the college student succeeds or not. There are many endeavors in college but it depends on how the student reacts to these situations. This synthesis will examine the motion picture Good Will Hunting and an essay by an author Bell Hooks entitled Keeping Close to Home: Class and Education....   [tags: Synthesis Essays]
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Synthesis of Carbon Nanotubes at Low Temperatures Using Single Heating Source of Catalyst and Reactor in the Floating Catalyst Chemical Vapor Depositi - Abstract Synthesis of carbon nanotubes at low temperatures as low as 540oC was demonstrated via floating catalyst chemical vapor deposition method. Catalytic decomposition of benzene was employed using ferrocene as a catalyst precursor. In this work, the issue of introducing catalyst particles into the reactor has been developed by using single heating source for both the catalyst and reactor. In-situ monitoring device was used to observe the temperature profile in the reactor and thus, to initiate the reaction....   [tags: Research Analysis ]
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Synthesis of Carbon Nanotubes at 600°C via Floating Catalyst Chemical Vapor Deposition Method - Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are widely synthesized at high temperatures using floating catalyst chemical vapor deposition (FC-CVD) method. It is important to reduce the synthesis temperature of CNTs to prevent the self-pyrolysis of hydrocarbon to enhance the growth of CNTs. This work was addressed to synthesize CNTs at low temperature using some improvements on the technique used. In-situ monitoring device was used to monitor the temperature profile in the reactor and thus, to initiate the reaction....   [tags: Research Analysis ]
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A critique of the “NCHRP Synthesis 397: Bridge Management System for transportation agencies Decision Making” - During the period after the collapse of the I-35W BRIDGE in Minnesota, the National Cooperative Highway Reset Program(NCHRP) published a synthesis about bridge management system and decision making that need to be applied across the country. The collapse has awakened public and private agencies in charge so that they begun a new era characterized by paying much attention on their career. A synthesis made by The National Cooperative Highway Reset Program (NCHRP) and lead by Markow and Hyman showed programs and system that need to be put in place in order to reshape bridges management for the sake of program performance....   [tags: Article Analysis ]
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The Analysis of Behavior Centered and Person Centered Therapy and the Benefits of the Integration and Synthesis of Both in Counseling - The long-term goal of any counselling session is to aid the client in their overcoming and defeat of obstacles they may face through the facilitation of psychological tools and theories. The evolution of psychology over the last 100 years has seen numerous theories put forth for application to therapy in the clinical setting. Two widely used and well-founded methods include Behaviour Therapy and Person Centered Therapy. The dynamics of Behaviour Therapy were first discovered by the famous researcher and psychologist B.F Skinner, through his findings on operant conditioning (Lindsley; Skinner & Soloman, 1953)....   [tags: Behaviour Therapy ]
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Sociology: A Synthesis of Its Development - Sociology is the systematic study of groups and builds human society and how these groups affect our lives. For Tim Curry Sociology studies the individual and social institutions that affect these individuals (Pg. 2) Social institutions are family, economy, education, and government. Sociology will study these institutions, their origin, preservation and processing (today the institution how is changing most is the family). They are the answer to survival and to endure. Sociology will start by saying that humans are social beings that we continually create groups and social categories....   [tags: Durkheim, Marx, Weber]
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Pride and Prejudice: Plot Synthesis - The novel Pride and Prejudice is a romantic comedy, by Jane Austen. Pride and Prejudice is a story about an unlikely pair who goes through many obstacles before finally coming together. Pride is the opinion of oneself and prejudice is how one person feels others perceive them. The novel, Pride and Prejudice, uses plot, the characters of Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy and Miss Elizabeth Bennet, and the status of women and social standing, to portray the theme of the novel - pride and prejudice. The plot of the novel follows traditional plot guidelines; although there are many small conflicts, there is one central conflict that sets the scene for the novel....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Summary] 1344 words
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Into The Wild Synthesis Essay - ... All of these variables resulted in Chris despising the society from which he benefited from. This led him to seek a simpler existence. This is a novel concept and notwithstanding his obvious errors and judgment. Jon Krakauer describes Chris’ mistakes in the passage, “ He Embarked on his expedition alone, no money, no car, no phone. He only had the things in his backpack to survive.” Krakauer tells the reader in this statement that Chris McCandless made mistakes that cost him his life. If Chris had the necessary materials he needed, he could have survived in the wild....   [tags: Into the Wild Essays]
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Genetics Synthesis: Marfan Syndrome - Marfan Syndrome Marfan Syndrome is an autosomal dominant disorder mainly caused by defects in the gene FBN1 that codes for the protein fibrillin. Approximately 1 in 5,000 people are affected. Cardinal features involve the ocular, musculoskeletal, and cardiovascular systems. There is a high degree of variability of this disorder, sometimes presenting itself at birth or later in childhood or adulthood. On one end of the spectrum is severe neonatal presentation with rapidly progressive disease, while on the other end isolated phenotypic features may be the only presenting signs....   [tags: gene deffects, attributes, Turner Syndrome]
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Personal Experience: Senior Synthesis - ...  Or, did someone get hurt. Are all the dogs okay.  As it turned out, my grandma had suffered from a stroke and ended up hitting her head on the bathtub and was in a coma at the ICU. The worst possible scenario became possible, and we were now headed to see my grandma, two days earlier than planned and not the way we had expected.  It seemed like years that we were in the hospital with my grandma, but it was hardly a day. I never let go of my grandma’s hand, and towards the beginning I could feel her holding on to me....   [tags: grandma, stroke, trip to san francisco] 1215 words
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Cartilage Synthesis - Human body is composed of four kinds of tissues. Connective tissue is one of them which include blood, bone, cartilage and lymphatic tissue. Among these connective tissues cartilage provide flexibility and elasticity to the body. In the neonatal stage almost all the connective tissues that become bone will be cartilages. Later on in life those cartilages get calcified and form bones. There are three types of cartilages; they are Elastic cartilage, Hyaline cartilage and fibro cartilage. Elastic cartilages provide flexibility and elasticity....   [tags: Types, Functions, Artificial] 879 words
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Literary Synthesis Paper - Total Institution - After the First World War, the United States solidified its title as a world power; a country that many others shape themselves after, a country that others look up to, and one they look for as protection. So, it is to painful to think of American soldiers committing war crimes. War crimes, such as the No Gun Ri Massacre during the early years of the Korean war. A Massacre that costed the lives of hundreds of Korean refugees by the hands of the Seventh Cavalry troops of the United States Army. Such events galvanize the integrity of the United States, and make us question who these troops where, and why they would follow such a radical order....   [tags: Institutionalization, Uniformity]
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General George Patton - Synthesis Essay: General George Patton Standing in a crowd of hundreds, anxious about what is to come—combat; waiting for a man whose reputation greatly precedes him…the man who will lead you into battle—into a nightmare. As he took the microphone and declared, “you are here because you are real men and all real men like to fight.” These words are those of General George Patton…and he has your attention. Inspirational and blunt are just a couple of the many terms used to describe General Patton....   [tags: Synthesis Essay, United States Army, WWII]
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Case Synthesis - Societe Generale a French Famous Bank - ... SG is also one of the fiduciaries in handling the clients’ resources for their best interests. However, Kerviel revealed in his book that his practice was common among traders in SG but the senior management did not carry out actions to prohibit it (Kerviel, 2010). This shows that SG probably aimed at earning the largest profits for the shareholders by ignoring the potential risks on clients. This should be reasonably regarded as unethical. B. Causes The above issues possibly rooted from three causes....   [tags: ethical issues, corruption] 791 words
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Synthesis of The Reading-Writing Connection and Literary Borrowing - There is no question that a connection between reading and writing exists. Although, to what degree does one have to be immersed into literature for it to influence students’ writing experiences. Some ideas to help formulate answers and support this connection can be found in the two following articles in which, authors address the relationship between reading and writing. In the first piece titled The Reading-Writing Connection, author Olness (2005) offers insight to this connection by assembling many teachers and researchers information on the connection between reading, writing, and the value of quality children’s literature....   [tags: literacy, writing]
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Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist: Synthesis Essay - There are many obstacles in everyday life, but none as detrimental to ones future as fear. Fear can cause people to not only avoid achieving their goals in life but it also forces them to think about it throughout every day. Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist shows that those who wallow in fear will never achieve their personal legend, and those who conquer fear will achieve anything they strive for. Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist is a commonly analyzed and criticized piece of literature. One of these articles is Rejendra Kumar Dash’s “Alchemy of the Soul: A Comparative Study of Hermann Hesse’s Siddhartha and Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist”....   [tags: Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist]
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