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  • Lansoprazole Analysis

    Table 5 Evaluation of Lansoprazole microparticles Formulation Code Particle size(μm) Percentage (%) yield Entrapment efficiency (%) F1 181.35± 0.5 72.6±0.10 61.84±0.16 F2 200.53± 0.6 74.4±0.45 63.29±0.70 F3 221.70±1.1 77.80±0.96 64.69±0.90 F4 225.2±0.57 81.60±0.52 66.90±0.90 F5 240.72±0.8 83.52±0.56 73.35±0.46 F6 246.72±0.4 87.71±0.20 75.00±0.09 Surface morphology of the lansoprazole microspheres were shown in Figure 6. Particle surface of formulation F1 was slightly rough surface but…

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  • The Framed Picture Vocabulary Analysis

    To assess Walter’s receptive language, The Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test (PPVT) (Dunn & Dunn, 2007) and the Test of Language Development – Primary 3rd Edition (TOLD-P:3) (Newcomer & Hammil, 1988) were administered. Walter earned a score on the PPVT yielding a in a percentile rank of <1, which corresponds to a profound disorder in receptive language. Scores for the TOLD-P:3 could not be determined due to incomplete testing despite maximal verbal, visual, and/or tactile cueing provided.…

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  • My Gull Hypothesis

    My null hypothesis would state that between adult learners taking a course online or in a class setting, there is no difference between midterm tests, on the occasion that both groups take a proctored midterm test. My alternative hypothesis would state that between adult learners taking a course online or in a class setting, there is a difference between midterm tests, on the occasion that both groups take a proctored midterm test. My target population would be first-year students taking college…

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  • Five Minute Disposal

    there were two raters, and we found between the two raters scoring “The Sun” was in agreement 97% of the time and “Sea Otters” was in agreement 94% of the time. Our first hypothesis was that recall for the study/study condition will be higher than for the study/test condition for the five minute delay. Our second hypothesis was that recall for the study/test condition should be higher than for the study/study condition for the two day delay. The mean amount of items recalled for the…

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  • The Efficient Market Hypothesis

    markets hypothesis (EMH) maintains that market prices fully reflect all available information. It was developed independently by Paul A. Samuelson and Eugene F. Fama in the 1960s, this idea has been applied extensively to theoretical models and empirical studies of financial securities prices, generating considerable controversy as well as fundamental insights into the price-discovery process. Ang (2011) stated that the early theoretical articulations of the Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH)…

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  • Brownian Motion Theory: The Estimation Of The Hurst Hypothesis

    research provide the foundation for estimating the Hurst exponent. 3.1.1. Brownian Motion theory This theory was first coined by Robert Brown. It was primarily referred as the random motion observed under microscope of pollen immersed in water. In addition to that, Albert Einstein mentioned that this theory was caused by the random bombardment of (heat excited) water molecules on the pollen. Hence, it is just the molecular nature of matter. (Rodriguez, A.). Brownian motion was explained by…

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  • Adaptive Market Hypothesis Essay

    EC371 Term paper Contrast the ‘Adaptive Markets Hypothesis’ with the ‘Efficient Markets Hypothesis’, being careful to assess their respective strengths and weaknesses. 1. Introduction In recent years the effectiveness of the Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH) has been substantially questioned by the financial economists and a new theory related to the market behaviour, known as the Adaptive Market Hypothesis (AMH), was proposed. In order to critically assess and contrast these…

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  • Creaky Voice Summary

    status, wealth, intelligence, and even sexual desirability is depends on an individual’s quality voice is absurd; but we cannot fully deny that it is not happening This experiment is an eye-opener in terms of how the results came out. Even though my hypothesis was correct in that the speaker with the creaky voice was less likely to get hired than the normal voiced speaker, it is still unexpected that even the normal voiced speaker is criticized harshly. This…

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  • Neptune's Necklaces

    2%) 10. I will then place this data in a graph, the graph i am going to use is a scatter plot because it will plashows trends better. This graph will be what i base my conclusion on. My conclusion with will will plastate whether or not my hypothesis was true, and why this is. If my quadrat manages to land on a spot where there is an obstacle, for instance a rock. I will place my quadrat as close as possible to the spot i was supposed to place it. If i happen to come across any…

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  • Nursing Contextual Project

    CONTEXTUAL PROJECT ON RESEARCH IN NURSING PROGRAMME NAME: BLOCK I (BMN004) STUDENT NAME: OGUNSUYI GLADYS OBIAGELI (MRS) ADMISSION NUMBER: 15112 DUE DATE: 20TH JUNE, 2015 INTRODUCTION: This contextual project work consist of 10 concepts from the module entitled Research in Nursing Block I. Each one of the concepts will be described by me in terms of its meaning, critically analyzed for its real life application, and will be followed by some references of the current research evidence. Real…

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