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The Value Added Tax - Introduction The Value Added Tax(VAT) is a kind of consumption tax which mainly imposed on the value added to a product, material or service. The first country to have a value added tax is France in 1954. Since then, over 170 countries adopted the VAT as an important part of their government revenue system. VAT is almost imposed on the valued added of both the business activities and different business stages. That is, VAT links the whole business together, anyone in the business activities cannot avoid paying a VAT....   [tags: consumption tax, revenue system, China, economy]
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Understanding Economic Value Added - ... What is the major difference between Return on Investment and EVA. ROI is essentially how much return you can get on your investments. It takes into two factors: income and invested capital. ROI also takes into account the different divisions of the business that have many differences such as size, income of the division’s manager, capital, etc. Because ROI is almost biased towards managers who are paid based on their numbers, this measure can be manipulated to profit themselves instead of the business as a whole....   [tags: investment, return, income] 838 words
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Value Added Tax - Value Added Tax or VAT as it is called is the most common alternative strategy implemented by many countries to deal with inefficiencies within the tax system. VAT provides an opportunity to modernize the indirect tax system, to make it more efficient, appropriate and simpler. Value added tax (VAT), is a final consumption tax levied on value added or mark up on a good or service, at each and every stage of the production and distribution chain. Value Added is the value that a business adds to its raw materials or purchases before selling the good/service....   [tags: Economy, Government] 732 words
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A report on Value Added Tax - A report on Value Added Tax Introduction Value Added Tax originated in France in 1954 and is under implementation in more than hundred countries. Value Added Tax is perceived by many as means to promote neutrality and uniformity of tax burden and to provide incentives for increased productivity and industrialization. The spread of VAT to the developed and the developing countries alike certainly, makes for an interesting study. Financial Times (London) too stressed the growing importance of VAT when it observed in its centennial review “The economic and technological changes of the second half of the century have made VAT the quintessential modern tax”....   [tags: Economics] 1519 words
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The Role of Management Accounting in creating Added Value to the Firm - The essay sets to provide a perspective upon Management accounting and the effect it can have in creating added value for a firm. It purposes to do so by first giving a short definition and history of management accounting, identifying the differences between management accounting and financial accounting and then proceeding to analyzing some of the most important tools for management accounting. The pylons of the essay will be defining the strategy and its role in management accounting, presenting the plan–do–check–act cycle, the strategy map and the Balanced Scorecard....   [tags: Business Strategy, Step by Step Analysis]
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Value Added to Cadbury - Value Added to Cadbury Cadbury has value added to its products in many different ways, for example the different sized chocolate bars that can be purchased by the customers, there’s lunch sized dairy milk bars for children to eat with their packed lunch at school, and there’s also different flavoured chocolate (mint dairy milk and orange dairy milk). This all adds value to Cadburys product because it ensures that Cadbury stays competitive amongst its rivals....   [tags: Papers] 488 words
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Value Added Taxes - Value Added Taxes A value-added tax (VAT) is a fee that is assessed against businesses by a government at various points in the production of goods or services, usually any time a product is resold or value is added to it. For tax purposes, value is added whenever the value of a product increases as a result of the application of a company's factors of production, such as labor and equipment. With VAT, the taxable amount is based on the value added at each stage of the process of producing goods and bringing them to market....   [tags: Production Economics Taxes] 1019 words
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Economic Impact of the Added Worker Effect - Economic Impact of the Added Worker Effect 1. Income Effect: the income effect is the response of desired hours of leisure to changes in one’s income. If wages are held constant and income increases then the desired hours of work will decrease. The relevance of the income effect in regards to the study of labor economics is very important. Employers, economists and Government institutions have the ability to determine the amount of time workers’ will seek to either choose more hours of work or more hours of leisure....   [tags: essays papers] 601 words
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Investigating the Changes in Reaction When Sodium Thiosulphate is Added to Dilute Hydrochloric Acid - Investigating the Changes in Reaction When Sodium Thiosulphate is Added to Dilute Hydrochloric Acid Concentration Aim: To observe the changes in reaction when sodium thiosulphate is added to dilute hydrochloric acid. Prediction: I predict that the higher the concentration of hydrochloric acid is the faster the reaction will take place. Scientific knowledge: When the concentration of hydrochloric acid is high the reaction will take place faster. This is because in a high concentration of hydrochloric acid there are more particles so collisions will occur more frequently....   [tags: Papers] 757 words
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Supply Management and Value Added Processess - ... Suppliers are thought of as a strategic resource, which results in different criteria for supply – quality, previous cooperation, capacity, motivation, ability and experience. Existing suppliers are monitored, and basic quality control systems are established. In the last, fourth phase, supply is considered to be a full and equal participant in company’s strategic planning. Communication between supply and other departments is constant and streamlined. Professional development of employees is focused mainly on strategic elements crucial for achieving competitive advantage, and the contribution of supply is measured by its participation in general success of the company....   [tags: business/management strategies]
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An Investigation To Show The Varying Amounts Of Microbial Decay Caused By The Amounts Of Water Added to Soil - An Investigation To Show The Varying Amounts Of Microbial Decay Caused By The Amounts Of Water Added to Soil Aim: Our aim is to find the best type of soil for microbial decay. Apparatus ========= * 15 pieces of raw cabbage 4cm2 (three in each pot), * Five plastic pots, * Five pots of different types of Soil/Compost, * Five labels, * Weighing scale, * Rulers * We will put all pots in the same place making the temperature the same for each pot (room temperature)....   [tags: Biology Lab Report] 1596 words
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Synthesis and Characterization of K2[Ni(CN)4] , K3[Fe(C2O4)3] and Cu(acac)2 Complexes - Synthesis and Characterization of K2[Ni(CN)4] , K3[Fe(C2O4)3] and Cu(acac)2 complexes(IV , V and VI) with different structures and Properties 1. Introduction The aim of this experiment was to synthesize HgCo(SCN)4 , [Ni(en)3]S2O3 , NiCl2(PPh3)2 , K2[Ni(CN)4] , K3[Fe(C2O4)3] and Cu(acac)2 but only K2[Ni(CN)4] , K3[Fe(C2O4)3] and Cu(acac)2 were synthesized and explained in this report. Characterization was then done on each of the 3 synthesized complexes by obtaining their UV-Vis spectrum. The UV-Vis spectrum of each complex would identify different properties and would help to explain the observations made when they were synthesized (for example their colour and how they reacted)....   [tags: Lab Report]
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What is Nutrition and Why Is It Important? - What is nutrition. Why is nutrition important. Nutrition, nourishment, or aliment, is the supply of materials - food - required by organisms and cells to stay alive. In science and human medicine, nutrition is the science or practice of consuming and utilizing foods (MNT, 2014). A nutrient is a source of nourishment, an ingredient in a food, e.g. protein, carbohydrate, fat, vitamin, mineral, fiber and water. Macronutrients are nutrients we need in relatively large quantities. Micronutrients are nutrients we need in relatively small quantities (MNT, 2014)....   [tags: carbohydrates, proteins, nourishment]
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The Effects of Counterfeit Products - A counterfeit good is an item that is imitated, commonly by another “genuine” item. Counterfeit products are usually formed with the intention to recognize the considerable value of the duplicated product. Counterfeiting is a crucial issue that has grown to four times its size. In the past ten years, the damage of counterfeit has cost the United States over 200 billion dollars. The extraordinary development of counterfeiting and the manufacturing of copied products packaged with other labels, is an urgent economic problem that effects social and political problems too....   [tags: urgent economic problems in the US] 1110 words
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A Scientific Study of the Lactase Enzyme - Section 1: Introduction Enzymes are proteins that are used to accelerate bio chemical reactions. Enzymes can only react with what is called a substrate. This is because the enzyme has a specific working property, such as having a distinct shape that only allows a perfect fit of a substrate. This substrate locks itself to the enzyme and produces a product. Lactase is an enzyme that breaks down lactose, a milk disaccharide of galactose and glucose. Lactase can only be found inside the inner walls of the small intestine....   [tags: enzymes, lactase, environmental factors]
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The Methods of Measuring National Income - NATIONAL INCOME National income is the sum of money value of net flow of all the goods and services produced by normal residents of a country during a period of account. According to Central Statistical Organization (CSO) ‘National income is the sum of factor incomes earned by normal residents of a country in the form of wages, interest and profit in an accounting year.’ National product is the net output of commodities and services flowing during the year from the country’s productive system into the hands of ultimate consumers or into the net addition to the country’s capital goods....   [tags: national income, money value, circular flow] 1076 words
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Le Chatelier's Principle - Discussion: At Q 1 A reaction is at equilibrium when the ratio of the product and the reactant side are equal. This could further be seen by the reaction quotient depicted by Qc is equal to the equilibrium constant, Kc, of the given chemical reaction. Given that aA + bB ↔ cC +dD, the small letters being the mole coefficients and the big letters being the molecules of the chemical equation, K_eq=([〖C]〗^c [〖D]〗^d)/([〖A]〗^a [〖B]〗^b ) is the formula for finding the Kc of any given reversible equation....   [tags: chemistry, solution at equilibrium]
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Report on Copper Toxicity on Sheep or Adlut Lambs - REPORT ON COPPER TOXICITY ON SHEEP OR ADULT LAMBS INTRODUCTION The relationship between copper in grazing sheep and the chronic poisoning resulting in increased death, is key. This report helps to make clear, the major effect of quantity of copper on grazing soil, on animals. The optimum concentration of copper needed for the normal growth and healthy living of lambs and sheep and the importance of copper in grazing animals are addressed in this report....   [tags: acute toxicity, animal loses]
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Chocolate Chip Cookie Effects - Chocolate chip cookies are some of the most delectable snacks out there; they satisfy our sweet tooth with one simple bite. Chocolate chip cookies are baked in all different shapes and sizes, depending on the recipe you are making. You can do this by adding baking soda to a recipe, only adding baking powder to a recipe or even adding both. You can do the same with granulated sugar and brown sugar only adding either one of those to a recipe. These four different ingredients all have different effects and affect a cookie in different ways....   [tags: cookies, chocolate chips, baking soda] 834 words
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Considering the Feasibility of Edible Food Packaging - INTRODUCTION A third of the waste that is dumped into landfills are packaging such as boxes, bags, bottles and food wrappers. Packaging waste is approximately 30% of municipal waste by weight, 13% is due to plastic material which is non-biodegradable. The value of the market for disposable wrappers, dishware, and cutlery at fast-food restaurants, hospitals, and other facilities is $20 billion, and recyclable or compostable products are in demand nowadays. There is a lot of interest in edible food packaging but the only problem now for consumers is with its taste, texture, and appearance....   [tags: Biodegradable, Sustainability, Waste Reduction]
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Quality Control Technique - ... The HCl standard solution was not made due to lack of time. Procedure for Titration of Ascorbic Acid- Once the materials were collected and set up properly, the crushed ascorbic acid pill was placed on the scale and weighed 0.205 grams. As a decision made by the group, 100 mL of distilled water was added to an Erlenmeyer flask. The crushed ascorbic acid pill was added to the flask and then stirred until it dissolved so clumps of ascorbic acid would not interfere with the titration. Three drops of phenolphthalein were combined and it was swirled again to ensure that the mixture was properly incorporated....   [tags: object evaluation, experiments]
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Le Chatelier's Principle - Le Chatelier's Principle Introduction: Le Chatelier's Principle states that if a change is made to a system in equilibrium, the system reacts in such a way as to tend to oppose the change, and a new equilibrium is formed. For example, whatever is done to the equilibrium, the system does the opposite. If something is added to a system at equilibrium, the system will behave as to remove it and vice versa. By increasing the concentration of a reaction, it will result in an increase of the rate of reaction....   [tags: Papers] 757 words
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The Effect of Different Size Rubber Bands on Stretch Rates - Three different size rubber bands each with their own rate of stretch when weight is added. By creating a makeshift basket, the group was able to connect a rubber band to a ring stand. After two washers were added, the group would calculate how much the washers would affect the rate of stretch of each rubber band. Multiple washers were added until the maximum amount of weights were in the basket. The shorter rubber band took more weight in order to stretch the rubber band, however the larger rubber band would not require as much force to change the rate of stretch of the rubber band....   [tags: material stress analysis] 528 words
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The Impact of Offshoring on the U.S. Economy - Off-shoring is the establishment of business operations outside national boundaries. The process of moving business outside these boundaries is to garner an advantage either through tax breaks, lower wages, lower transportation cost and/or relaxed regulations ("Offshore definition," 2014). Many firms either branch out as a horizontal multinational or vertical multinational. Horizontal multinational’s produce the same good or services as abroad. This foreign direct investment (FDI) is done to strategically place production closer to the target market....   [tags: The Economics Behind Offshoring]
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Intracellular Localization of Respiration and Glycolysis in Sarcophaga bullata - Intracellular Localization of Glycolysis and Respiration investigates which part of the Sarcophaga bullata cells carries out glycolysis and respiration. Sacrophaga ba. mitochondria and cytoplasm from thoraces cell were used to form a homogenate, supernatant, and pellet. Mannitol, buffer mix, glucose, succinate, homogenate, supernatant, and pellet were added to seven different test tubes to create different solutions. The test tubes were then observed to see which ones bleached after the homogenate, supernatant, and the pellet were added to the solutions and mixed....   [tags: Medical Conditions]
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Chemistry: Effects of Digestive Supplement on the Human Body - Introduction: The purpose of this lab was to determine the effects that pH had on lactase activity of four different digestive supplements that assist in the breakdown of lactose in the body. Lactase is an enzyme that digests lactose, it is also the primary sugar found in milk (BIOB 260 Lab Manual, 2014). Before it can be broken down lactose needs to be broken down into glucose and galactose for easy absorption into the bloodstream, this is done by the hydrolying of the monosaccharide (BIOB 260 Lab Manual, 2014)....   [tags: pH, lactase, blood stream]
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Does the Quality of Eductors Effect the Student Learning - Many educators would admit that they are responsible for student learning, but unfortunately the profession as a whole has averted using evaluations that are based on measures of student achievement, occasionally with acceptable reason, given the biased approaches that have been suggested. The solution, on the other hand, is not to continue with common strategies simply because they are benign and comfortable, but rather to evolve fair and reasonable ways of evaluating a teacher success with students....   [tags: expectations, feedback, evaluations, standards] 2917 words
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The Two Endings of the Gospel of Mark - ... No other documents with a reliable documentation were found with it so that may be a reason why it ended at 16:8 (Dart). Another reasoning that something had happened to the author so he was not able to finish, resulting in someone else finishing it later on. If the author did mean to stop it there, it is unknown how people would have found out about Jesus rising (Knox). The longer ending that is found in most all Bibles, concludes the Gospel of Mark with verse nine through twenty. This version of the ending was said to be written around 100-110 A.D and added to the Gospel soon after....   [tags: endings, scholar, jesus, stop]
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Effect of pH and Acid Phosphatase - The practical was carried out to investigate the effect of pH on the reaction of the enzyme acid phosphatase. Of the many functions of proteins, catalysis is by far the most vital. When catalysis is not present, most reactions in the biological systems take place very slowly to produce at an adequate pace for metabolising organism. The catalysts that take this role are called enzymes. Enzymes are the most efficient catalysts; they can enhance rate of reaction by up to 1020 over uncatalysed reactions....   [tags: Protein, Catalysis,Reaction, Enzyme]
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Measuring Merit: Pay for Performance - Introduction The reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act known as No Child Left Behind (NCLB, 2011) has made increasing student achievement and reducing inconsistencies in the dissemination of teacher qualifications a national priority (Guarino, Brown, & Wyse, 2011). Classic fixed salary schedules that consider only a teacher’s education and years of experience have been popular since the 1920’s (Koppich, 2005). This traditional system was developed to counter gender and racial discrimination that was allowed at the time by more unrestricted systems (Dee & Keys, 2004)....   [tags: Educational Issues]
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Biochemical Reactions and Enzyme Kinetics - Enzyme Kinetics Enzymes are described as the organic catalysts, which increase the rate of reaction of a biochemical reaction. Enzymes are proteins that speed up the rate of reaction without being used up, and therefore they are reusable (Jonathan, 2012). The enzyme studied in this lab was succinate dehydrogenase. Enzyme kinetics is the study of how biological catalysts increase the reaction rate in reactions. Without the catalysts, the biological procedures necessary for organisms would not continue at a rate that could sustain life....   [tags: proteins, mitochondria, dna] 1663 words
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The Effect of Temperature on an Enzyme's Ability to Break Down Fat - The Effect of Temperature on an Enzyme's Ability to Break Down Fat Aim: To investigate the effect of temperature on an enzyme’s (lipase) ability to break down fat. Hypothesis: The graph below shows the rate increasing as the enzymes get closer to their optimum temperature (around 35 degrees Celsius) from room temperature. The enzyme particles are moving quicker because the temperature increases so more collisions and reactions occur between the enzymes and the substrate molecules....   [tags: Papers] 1097 words
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Seawater Composition and Salinity - Using the decanted supernatant solution from the precipitation experiment, a wire loop was dipped into the solution. This loop was stuck in the flame from a Bunsen Burner and heated until a flame appeared. The presence of a bright yellow flame confirmed that Na+ was in attendance. Using a cobalt glass as a filter, the loop was examined and a violet flame was present, showing that K+ was also in the supernatant solution. Testing for NH + This test was carried out using the original solution to avoid contamination of ammonium salts from the other procedures....   [tags: Tides and Salinity]
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Analysis of Investigation Regarding Manure and Antibiotics in Crops - ... 2007). The antibiotics that are found in the soil can persist for several hundred days in the soil. Various antibiotics break down at different rates. Phytotoxicity can be examined to test the effect of antibiotic exposure to the plants. The antibiotic exposure may reduce the root stalk of the plant or other important features of the plant. Another issue with antibiotic exposure to plants is bioaccumulation. Dolliver et al. (2007) states that the uptake of antibiotic in plants could lead to our food supply becoming contaminated....   [tags: Soil, Farming]
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Howard Zinn's Ideas on Motivations for War - Although many people assume the motivations for war are determined by a territorial protection, a number of scholars have added other motivations for understanding why war occurs, among these historians one is a conspicuous example his name is Howard Zinn. Zinn has exposed that many countries go to war in order to bring economic prosperity to their region this need for gain in turn causes many of the upper class of that region to acquire fantastic levels of wealth, many of these powerful figures have denied these claims, Zinn,in reaction to these claims uses paradigm example, WW1, as a means for discrediting the upper class who incessantly deny profits during war....   [tags: war, Howard Zinn, ] 563 words
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How to Make a Match Light Charcoal - During the summer, we often see people barbequing using different methods. Some people use gas grills, and some use charcoal grills. Kingsford has many different brands of charcoal; however match light has proven to be its most popular brand. The match light brand has variations that other brand don’t have. The match light is distinctive because of the higher concentration of ignite added, and the retort char. The match light brand is a small, square briquette with lighter fluid already infused into the briquette, allowing it to light instantly....   [tags: Instructional Essay, Process Essay, How To Essay] 580 words
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Improving the Guidelines for Combination Therapy for Type II Diabetes Patients - ... (18) conducted a triple therapy study where basal insulin detemir was added to liraglutide QD plus metformin. A 12-week lead-in with liraglutide plus metformin was followed by 26-week randomized period in which subjects not reaching HbA1c <7.0% during the lead-in either added insulin detemir or stayed on metformin plus liraglutide From this group, patients randomly assigned to intensification of therapy with the addition of detemir for 26 weeks showed a further HbA1c decrease of 0.5% while mean HbA1c was stable for those remaining on metformin plus liraglutide....   [tags: insulin, GLP-1 RA, adverse] 1963 words
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How to Monitor the Event Logs using Lepide Event Log Manager - Lepide Event Log Manager (LELM) has an edge over the traditional and native Windows Event Viewer because of its next-gen features. Being a centralized solution, it allows you to manage the event logs of multiple computers in the same or different domains at a common platform. At scheduled intervals, LELM will collect the logs of added computers automatically in two ways - with an agent and without an agent. The former allows the better parsing of the events, but it will install an agent program on the target computer, whereas the latter doesn’t need any further installation....   [tags: Auditing, Database, Computers] 1618 words
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The Importance of Carbohydrates to Our Health - ... Healthier foods that are higher in carbohydrates are ones that provide dietary fiber and whole grains and those that don’t have added sugars. Soda and candy however, contain added sugars, so they add extra calories, they just don’t add many nutrients to your diet. There are two types of carbohydrates, complex and simple. Complex carbohydrates are made up of starch and dietary fiber. Starch has to be broken down through digestion before our bodies can use it as an energy source. There are a lot of food sources that contain complex carbohydrates....   [tags: nutritional balance and wellbeing] 607 words
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The Case of Park City University - ... Unlike Mansourian, in the present case, the disparity between male and female athletes had not decreased at all. In 1970, the female athlete rate was 48%, whereas currently it is 47.1%, which, in fact, shows a decrease in female athlete participation. Thus, like Mansourian, the court is likely to find that Park City University failed to show a continuing practice of program expansion since there is a decline in female participation rate, and therefore, did not comply with the title IX. However, Park City University can argue that it had expanded women swimming team as well as track and field team which is enough to show the program expansion....   [tags: opportunities for women athletes] 1255 words
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Investigating for Cations and Anions - Investigating for Cations and Anions In this experiment I will investigate what cations and anions are present in various compounds. This will include carrying out a qualitative analysis, because I need to find out what type of cations and anions are there and not quantitative analysis, which includes finding out how much of each element there is. Safety Points: · Wear glasses · Wear gloves · Do not mix more than two solutions · Only mix the solutions listed by the teacher · Handle the chemicals with extreme care · Put the chemical solutions into a test-tube which is resting on a test-tube holder · Follow school lab safety procedures....   [tags: Papers] 768 words
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Chemistry: Reversible Chemical Reactions - ... For this reaction A is the iron (III) ion, B is the thiocyanate ion and C is the thiocyanato iron (III). Its Keq value is equal to K=([Fe(SCN)^(2-)])/([Fe^(3+) ][SCN^-]) and this may now be used to find the equilibrium constant with known or calculated concentrations. Methods; Standard Curve; Five clean and dry test tubes are obtained and labeled 1-5. Each is filled with exactly 2.50 mL of .200 M Fe(NO3)3 using a burette. Then 0.50 mL of 0.002 M KSCN solution is added to test tube 1. 0.75 mL of 0.00200 M KSCN is added to test tube 2 and so on in increments of 0.25 mL....   [tags: calculated concentrations, equilibrium] 986 words
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Lac Z Gene - Results The experiment conducted was to determine the expression of the lac z gene under different treatment conditions. The first treatment was to add 0.3% glucose to the E. coli. The second was to add 0.2% lactose. The third treatment was similar to the second one, in which 0.2% lactose was added, except at a later time. The only difference between these trials is the time the lactose was added. Treatment four was adding 0.3% glucose and 0.2% lactose to the E. coli. After the data was gathered, the treatments were analyzed through absorbance and the time required for reactions to take place....   [tags: Results, Discussions, Treatment Conditions]
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How the Ocean and Plants Affect the Removal of Carbon in Our Atmosphere - The Carbon cycle is the way that carbon moves around our planet. It is in everything we see and is always around us. It is used to help us grow, to make diamonds, and to make fossil fuels like coal, natural gas, peat and petrol. The carbon cycle shows us how carbon can be taken by plants and the ocean, and how it is added to the atmosphere by decomposition, humans, combustion (fires and burning), fossil fuels and from animals. The main points I am going to look at is how the ocean and plants affect the removal of carbon in our atmosphere through the process of photosynthesis, and how the carbon is added back to the atmosphere from the burning of fossil fuels....   [tags: carbon cycle, photosynthesis, fossil fuels]
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Research: Improving Patient flow in Outpatient Department At Apollo Main Hospital, Chennai - ... Reddy in 1983. Apollo is a private healthcare provider in Asia with hospitals in India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Ghana, Nigeria, Republic of Mauritius, Qatar, Oman and Kuwait. Apollo hospitals plan to add 2,955 beds across India in the next three years. Several of the group's hospitals have been among the first in India to receive a form of international healthcare accreditation; the America-based Joint Commission International (JCI). The Hyderabad hospital, headed by Dr. K. Hari Prasad, (CEO – Central, Apollo Hospitals Group) was the first in the world, outside the US, to receive JCI's Disease- or Condition-Specific Care (DCSC) Certification in addition to general accreditation when it re...   [tags: patients, health, lean, communication] 3391 words
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The Change Between Suspension Bridges Before 1940 and Suspension Bridges Today - Suspension bridges were important before 1940 and are still important today. Major cities such as San Francisco, and Manhattan both have a suspension bridge. Suspension bridges are,” a bridge having a deck suspended from cables anchored at their extremities and usually raised on towers” (dictionary.com). Due to the fact that suspension bridges are not completely supported throughout the length of the bridge, past bridges were unsafe. For example, the Tacoma Narrows Bridge was a suspension bridge opened on July 1st, 1940 (Mark Ketchum)....   [tags: wind tunnel, bridges, tacoma narrows]
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History and Analysis of the United States Pledge of Allegiance - The Pledge of Allegiance of the United States of America is a sign of an expression of respect and obedient to the national flag of The United States of America and the republic of The United States of America itself. The Pledge of Allegiance is originally written by Francis Bellamy, a Baptist minister from New York, in August 1892. The Pledge of Allegiance of The United States of America was very firstly published in the teenage magazine on September 8th, 1892 issue of “The Youth’s Companion”, the most popular and leading in family magazine....   [tags: flag, liberty, schools]
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Changing Raw Material Into Standard Stock with Primary Process - 1.a Define and describe primary processes A Primary Process is changing a raw material into a standard stock. This is a rather ambiguous definition as some processes can be a primary process or secondary process depending on the product being produced. For example pig iron from a blast furnace can be standard stock (for cast iron) or it can be sent to a BOS furnace for further processing into steel, which is the standard stock in this case. Some basic examples of primary processes are: Wood Trees are cut down from native, regrowth or plantation forests....   [tags: casting, cutting, moulding] 2690 words
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Molecular Biology is the Transcription from DNA to RNA - ... In this experiment, if done correctly, there should be 314 base pairs of beta-actin (housekeeping gene) and 480 base pairs of MMP-9. Beta-actin is run as a control since it is always present and is constantly produced within cells. MMP-9 is a gene that is used to digest extracellular matrix proteins. It does not become active until it is excreted out of the nucleus. In order to produce MMP-9 through the treatment of PMA via signal transduction, a signal is triggered through receptors in the cell’s membrane to a secondary messenger, PKC-beta, which in turn induces a response in DNA for a cell to modify and produce an end product, MMP-9 (Lab Manual, 2014)....   [tags: polymerase chain reaction. cells, students] 1089 words
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