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  • Pectin Lab Report

    then allow to stand for 30 min to de-esterify the pectin. Thereafter, 2 mL de-esterified pectin solution was pippeted into volumetric flask and made up to 100 mL with water, 2 mL of diluted de-esterified solution was pipetted and add 1mL carbazole reagent added in reaction tube and mixed, a white precipitate was formed, 12mL conc. H2SO4 was added with constant stirring. Subsequently, the tubes were closed with rubber stopper and allowed to stand for 10min to develop the colour. Blank was set up by adding 1 mL of purified ethyl alcohol in the place of carbazole reagent. The absorbance was read 15min after the addition of acid at 525nm against blank on……...spectrophotometer. The weight average Molecular weight (MW) The molecular weight distribution of pectin was done according to method by (Kar and Arslan 1999; Lim et al. 2012). Dextran was used as standards for estimating pectin weight-average molecular weight. Both sample and standard were made at 1mg/ml concentration in 0.1M NaNO3 containing 0.4% sodium azide (Na3N), and filtered through a 0.22µm acetate filter (Whatman, Maidstone, UK) during injection. 1ml of either sample or dextran was injected into a high-performance size-exclusion chromatography (HPSEC) system equipped with a DAWN HELEOS-II light scattering detector (LS) and an Optilab-rEX refractive-index detector (RI, Wyatt Technology, Santa Barbara, CA, USA). The MALLS was equipped with a HeeNe laser set at 658nm. The mobile phase was a 0.1M NaNO3 solution that…

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  • Informative Speech On Veganism

    omnivore. Now look at these teeth, do you see as much of a difference in your teeth from this herbivores teeth? Source: Vegan guide Carnivores Omnivores Herbivores Humans Facial Muscles Reduced to allow wide mouth gape Reduced Well-developed Well-developed Jaw Type Angle not expanded Angle not expanded Expanded angle Expanded angle Jaw Joint Location On same plane as molar teeth On same plane as molar teeth Above the plane of the molars Above the…

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  • Market Entry Strategy Of The Cervena Venison Product

    for the high end product. Tariffs and taxed may also cause problems and lead to the product becoming to expensive for the desired market. Even with these disadvantages exporting with the indirect method is the best option. 5.3 Strategic Alliances Cervena will have to look for an agent that is able to get the product into the market place. Coto is a possible agent/ retailer that could be used, it is a supermarket chain that has 95 stores in Argentina and has 17% market share and reaches 28% of…

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  • American Airlines Supply Chain Analysis

    Typically, most businesses were trying to transform/update their outdated systems to a well behaved supply chain system operation. Frequently, current systems does not meet the evolved modern requirements of the business; and American Airlines is in the similar struggling phase which is a barrier for efficiency work flow system. For instance, if the company needs to switch the inbound shipment, Lack of transparency can turn a simple judgment to redirect the component to another port which has a…

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  • Warehousing Essay

    Amplify viable utilization of gear. 3. Boost compelling utilization of work. 4. Boost availability of all things. 5. Boost assurance of all things. 6. Boost compelling utilization of data. A distribution center must be arranged and made do with these targets in mind. Outline Analysis, Control andUpkeep of warehousing. OPERATIONS Notwithstanding whether you are outlining a totally new warehouseor redesigning a current office, the prescribed methodology is to take after the designing…

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  • The Importance Of Warehouse Management Systems

    dimensions and weight, shelf life, packaging, temperature and a lot control requirements and risky material needs. The product, how it is received, service levels, the nature of users orders and conveyance mode are the key factors of distribution center layout and processes. How the item for consumption is received is crucial to both arriving activities productivity (dock to stock sequence duration) and space…

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  • Niss Case Study: SWOT Analysis Of Nissan Co.

    Part 1: Strengths: 1. Nissan raise increasingly. 2. growing its operations worldwide. 3. Nissan was productively contending on superiority, steadfastness and fuel effectiveness Weaknesses : 1. Nissan’s designs had not reflected buyer opinion. 2. Nissan managers appear comfortable to keep on harvest the triumph of confirmed designs. By 1999, 3. Nissan had engaged over $4 billion in the reserve of hundreds of other companies, Opportunities: 1. Nissan wanted to enlarge in more…

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  • Ruby Tuesday Inc. Business Analysis

    Place In 1972 Ruby Tuesday Inc. introduced their first restaurant in Tennessee (Ruby Tuesday Inc. 2014). Having a humble beginning of just 16 restaurants, the company has now grown to over 300 locations. These restaurants are located throughout the United States in the regions of the Southeast, Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, and Northeast. Besides their primary domestic market, they have also expanded to 19 other countries. Distribution Channels Ruby Tuesday Inc. is an international retailer that…

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  • Nozick's Patterned Theory

    In the Wilt Chamberlain example, Nozick attempts to show that patterned principles of just distribution are incompatible with liberty. Nozick argues that what the Wilt Chamberlain example shows is that no patterned principle of just distribution will be compatible with liberty. To preserve the pattern which was agreed to in the original position, the state will have to continually interfere with people's ability to freely exchange their shares allotted by the patterned principles. For any…

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  • Vincor International Inc Case Study

    Introduction Vincor International Inc. (Vincor) is ranked among the largest companies specializing in the production and marketing of wine in North America. It has many outlet wineries in Canada and the U.S. Since its inception, the company has grown immensely both domestically and internationally. The growth is attributed to the development and marketing of the company’s major brand of Inniskillin Ice-wine. Roger Provost is behind the international success of Inniskillin Ice-wine, which relied…

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