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  • Barclays Financial Scandal

    including misrepresentation of interbank borrowings as well as reporting incredulously low rates to allow the perception of financial health. Many banks were involved and colluding in these practices, therefore one can certainly conclude that the problem does not lie solely with the panel banks but the financial system and its governing regulators as well. LIBOR stands for London Interbank Offered Rate; it was intended to be a firm representation of the cost of funding for the largest…

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  • Yoga Substance Abuse

    model. The same participants will be studied at four different stages in the research to see not only the progress but also how effective the use of yoga and meditation is in the progress. The dependent variables are craving, depression, and Heart Rate Variability. The craving is the bio-behavioral phenomenon as it is related to physiological and psychological processes which happens inside and outside of conscious awareness (Eddie, Kim, Lehrer, Deneke, & Bates, 2014). Support of Method:…

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  • Oxygen Carriers: Kinetic Analysis

    looping combustion. High heating rate leads to the increase of the initial reacting temperature. The initial reaction starts from 830 ℃ with heating rate of 5 ℃ /min, 930℃ with heating rate of 20 ℃ /min. Kinetic parameters of reductive…

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  • 4.2 Explain The Eva-Adam Process

    of CH4 with suppressing carbon deposition. 2 Gadalla and Sommer[11] J. Am. Ceram. Soc., 72, 1984. Coprecipitation Method They investigated synthesized three catalysts with various compositions (NiO, MgO, and Al2O3).Those demonstrated high CH4 conversion in dry reforming reaction. 3 Chang et al[12] Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal., 84, 1994. solid-state reaction They researched two methods to prove catalytic activity (solid-state reaction and incipient wetness method) the results show the KNiCa/ZSI…

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  • Synthesis Lab Report

    In this experiment, the competing enantioselective conversion (CEC) method was used to react an unknown secondary alcohol, which is either the R- or the S- enantiomer, with S-HBTM and R-HBTM separately. Thin-layer chromatography (TLC) was used to determine which reaction was faster. If the S-HBTM was faster, then the unknown secondary alcohol had the R configuration. If the R-HBTM was faster, then the unknown secondary alcohol had the S configuration. 1H NMR was used to determine the molecular…

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  • Cumnox Reaction Lab Report

    catalyst was highly influenced on the reaction rate, when the particle size of the catalyst was decreased, therefore their surface areas was increased and the ratio of catalyst surface and reactant volume was playing a crucial role for controlling the reaction kinetics. The reaction was takes place on the surface of a substance, increasing the surface area should increases the quantity of the substance that is available to react, and will thus increase the rate of the reaction as well. The size…

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  • Analysis Of Acetol And Guaiacol

    illustrates the experimental rig used for the kinetic analysis of reactive flash volatilization (RFV) of acetol and guaiacol. The flow rates of oxygen and nitrogen gases were regulated using mass flow controllers (the type and serial number). Water, on the other hand, was delivered to an evaporator by a high-performance liquid chromatography pump (Agilent) at rates between 0.06 to 0.17 ml/min. The evaporator set at a temperature of 180C allowed to ensure water was in vapor form before entering…

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  • What Factors Affect The Rate Of Invertase

    Many factors can affect how fast an enzyme is able to change the state of a solution. Enzymes are proteins that act as catalysts, they allow reactions to be sped up by allowing the reaction to occur with a lower activation energy. Normally for a reaction to occur the molecules of each substance must collide with each other with enough energy to start the reaction. Enzymes function to remove this part of the process and interact with both substrates. Invertase is an important example of such an…

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  • Camelina Case Study Summary

    BSM Camelina expansion modeling Camelina net annual grower payment per acre Production cost per acre Yield (a) 2.3(ton/hactare) Conversion (b) 2.47 (acres/hactare) Production (c=a/b) 0.931(ton/acres) Production cost1 (d) 228.71($/ton) Jacob (Breakeven cost) Production cost2 (d*c) 212.97($/acre) Grower payment per acre Payment(USD/acre)=crop price (USD/ton)* yield (ton/acre) The crop price is a changing variable in response to the gap between production and demand annually. Therefore…

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  • Haldane Reaction Lab Report

    HALDANE RELATIONSHIP AND ONE-WAY ENZYMES  INTRODUCTION: Most of the enzyme catalyzed biological reactions are reversible in nature. However, an enzyme may prefer to catalyze the reaction more efficiently in one direction over the other under given physiological concentrations of substrate or product (substrate in the reverse direction). An enzyme favouring a virtual unidirectional catalysis of an overall reversible reaction can’t escape the laws of thermodynamics. As a catalyst doesn’t change…

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