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  • The Three Dimensions Of Gender Identity

    used the division of the mind into id, ego, and superego. Alfred Adler also talked about inferiority complex, power, recognition, and sense of belonging. Furthermore, Klaus Hurrelman proposed the theory "The Model of Productive Processing of Reality (PPR)" in his book "Social Structure and Personality Development". This theory talks about the impact of socialization on the personality of an…

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  • Hydrochloric Compounds

    (1.1)[22] Where, MW1 and X1 are the molecular weight and mole fraction, respectively. Compound Chemical Composition Symbol (for calculations) Molecular Weight Critical Pressure (psi) Critical Temp. (R) Methane CH4 C1 16.04 673 344 iso-Butane C4H10 i-C4 58.12 530 733 n-Butane C4H10 n-C5 58.12 551 766 Propane C3H8 C3 44.09 618 666 Ethane C2H6 C2 30.07 709 550 n-Hexane C6H14 n-C8 86.17 434 915 n-Heptane C7H16 n-C9 100.2 397 973 iso-Pentane C5H12 i-C6 72.15 482 830 n-Pentane C5H12 n-C7 72.15 485 847…

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  • Fantasy Football Research Paper

    Millions of football fans are playing fantasy football in the United States and Canada. One of the many attributes about fantasy football is that anyone can play it, as long as they understand the game of football. Fantasy football is on the verge of getting bigger that the actual game of football. When walking into the local sports bar on a Sunday, fans are wearing their team apparel and cheering for their favorite teams, but fans are also checking their cellular phones frequently for the…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Electronic Medical Records

    The main goal of medical record is to document systematically appropriate medical records or health information about patients, as well as diagnosis and treatment of diseases, those who have experienced domestic violence, victims of elder and child abuse, workplace accident victims, as well as personal injury petitioners. Recently medical records have been radically transformed, the traditional paper medical records such as handwritten or typed has become electronically enhanced. This has been…

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  • Global Temperature Caused By Climate Change

    In recent decades, there has been an increased level of concern about the upward trend of average global temperature caused by climate change. Global surface temperature in 1999 increased at a higher rate than any other recordings of the previous years, going from changes of a couple hundredths to the more previous change of 0.2˚C (Hansen et al, 1999). The rising of average global temperatures is a worldwide problem, and this temperature change seems to be an ongoing upward tendency. Global…

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  • Benefits Of Abolishing The Electoral College

    In the most recent election Donald Trump won, even though he got 380,000 fewer votes than Hillary Clinton. Most people who came out to vote on election day wanted Hillary Clinton to be the president, but still Trump ended up winning. How is this possible? What kind of system is this in which the person who gets more votes actually ends up losing? This scenario is only possible through the Electoral College. In Electoral College, each state gets number of electorates based on the number of…

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  • What Is Wytch Farm Oil Field?

    HERIOT WATT UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA School of Energy, Geoscience, Infrastructure and Society Institute of Petroleum Engineering MSc Petroleum Engineering Field Report Student name: Yrysbek Ayaganov Registration number: Mentor’s name: Faisal Zainal Abidin Field name: Wytch Farm 30.10.2015 Whytch Farm Oil Field Introduction The oilfield initially was found near the farm called Wytch, in Dorset, south UK in December 1973, that’s why it carries the name Wytch Farm. It’s the largest…

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  • Nightingale Community Hospital Case Study

    A1. Compliance Status “Nightingale Community Hospital (NGCH) has a vision to be the preferred hospital of choice for patients, employees, physicians, volunteers, and the community.” Their “mission is to create a healing environment, with a passionate commitment to healthcare excellence.” (Nightingale Community Hospital Brochure, n.d., p. 2) NGCH’s four core values are Safety, Community, Teamwork, and Accountability. Nightingale Community, as well as other hospital organizations, is governed by…

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  • Drishti Case Study

    Abstract Mobility of visually impaired people is restricted by their incapability to recognize their surroundings. According to the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) in 2012, out of 7 billion global population there were over 285 million visually impaired people and 39 million were totally blind out of which 19 million are children ( below 15 years). This means that someone in our world goes blind in every five seconds and a child in every minute. Over 90 percent blind children obtain no…

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