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  • Catch A Car Ag Case Study

    Who we are Catch a Car AG, is a subsidiary company of the Mobility Cooperative. Catch a Car operates the first and only free-floating car sharing scheme in Switzerland. Our members locate the Catch-Cars by smartphone or on the website, fast and easy. Figure 1: Catch a Car logo, source: catch-a-car.ch Catch a Car Catch a Car AG Gütschstrasse 2 P.O. Box 6000 Lucerne 7 User Guide Figure 2: Catch a Car Figure, source: Catch-a-car.ch CATCH A CAR By Mobility Contents Who we are 1…

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  • Professor Bahde's Organic Chemistry

    The learning assistants for Professor Bahde’s Organic Chemistry I class, Allyson Dang and I, wanted to give the students a problem to work on involving a reaction mechanism. The students in that class have been struggling in many areas of the subject, but the main issue they have is drawing out reaction mechanisms. Knowing how to draw out reaction mechanisms is one of the most, if not the most important part of organic chemistry. When theoretically reacting molecules, one must know not only…

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  • Automotive Industry Analysis Paper

    for electric vehicles. The idea of an electric car is not new, they were around before Ford’s Model T made gasoline vehicles take over the market. (energy.gov (2014)) The improvements in the technology surrounding that idea are making it more feasible and an increasingly attractive option for customers in the USA and the world. In 2014 the market leader was the Japanese produced Nissan Leaf, followed by the Chevrolet Volt. Coming up behind these and expected to make major gains in the electric…

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  • Evaluate Milgram's Theory

    Milgram’s (1974) empirical study of obedience is of paramount influence within experimental social psychology. Milgram (1974) was notorious for his fascination with the perils of group behaviour and blind obedience to authority, and aspired to facilitate understanding surrounding human ability to act inhumanely, without boundaries or any apparent conscience, with specific interest surrounding the horrendous acts committed during the Holocaust (Mastrioanni, 2002). Milgram’s (1974) experiment is…

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  • Compare And Contrast The Business Culture Of Lincoln Electric Company

    organization and is more than often credited for the successes and achievements experienced by great organizations like the Lincoln Electric Company. The company is the world’s largest manufacturer of welding machines and electrodes; and has remained relevant in the industrial market, maintaining a twenty to thirty percent market share index. Even during the World War II, Lincoln Electric strived, becoming the largest manufacturer of arc-welding products. It looks that competitors has lost all…

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  • Composition Of Copper Research Paper

    The Composition of Copper Copper is an element that many people have either felt or seen without realizing it. Pennies, for example, are made of copper. Certain pipes, contraceptives, and wires are other ways copper is used in our daily lives. It 's a great conductor of electricity, antibacterial, and corrosion resistant. However, this raises the question: what exactly are the properties of copper that give it its properties? An element is a chemical substance in its simplest form. An atom is…

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  • The Invention Of Automobiles In The 19th Century

    development came later in the 19th century. There were three sources of motive power, steam, electric, an internal combustion which was the least dependable. Steam power proved to be successful. Stanley Steamer broke the record when he drove 127mph in 1906. Electric cars were more effective in the cities. They were quiet and reliable. Electric cars were mostly used for urban taxicab. There was also electric fire trucks which drove a moderate speed to get to the destination in 1922. The internal…

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  • Capital Punishment Essay: Different Forms Of The Death Penalty

    used for centuries. Each state uses different forms of the death penalty. The most commonly used form of the death penalty is given through lethal injection. Other forms of the death penalty include, a firing squad, hanging, gas chambers and the electric chair. Many will argue that any form of the death penalty is morally wrong. They believe taking a person’s life does not justify them for the crime in the first place. Others will argue the opposite and say the punishment should fit the crime.…

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  • Tesla Motors Failure

    Elon Musk, CEO and owner of Tesla Motors, Inc., and leader in electric vehicles is faced with much opposition from other competitors in the automotive industry. As the industry began to fluctuate, cost to operate in the U.S increased for production, infrastructure, technology, and manufacturing. For Musk, this became a huge problem when coming up against such large automakers. Therefore, he made the decision to manufacture his brand abroad. It was vital for this innovator to reposition the…

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  • Death Penalty Bibliography Essay

    Annotated Bibliography Aronson, Jay D., and Simon A. Cole. “Science and the Death Penalty: DNA, Innocence, and The Debate over Capital Punishment in the United States.” Law & Social Inquiry 34.3 (2009): 603-633. Academic Search Complete. Web. 4 Nov. 2015. This article suggests that the possibility of executing an innocent person is the most prominent argument against the capital punishment. Aronson and Cole claim there is a degree of uncertainty in criminal justice practices, which can be…

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