With the use of this technique we placed chlorine, bromine, and iodine into solutions containing chloride, bromide, and iodide. In the reaction the free halogen (X2) oxidizes the other halide ion (Y-) and gets reduced by gaining electron(s). In table 3, chlorine was the strongest oxidizing agent and iodine was the weakest oxidizing agent. Since chlorine was the strongest oxidizing agent it will react more and the weak agent will react less. This explanation can be demonstrated in table 3 also because the results of the reactions demonstrates that chloride reacted more by the color of the product compared to the color of chloride in the mineral oil.
We have already acknowledged that Mr. Allison was not very well suited for the job. There were other issues that include technical, ethical, legal, contractual and other project management related issues. Technical Issue: The technical issue is simple, the project simply did not test well. STI simply required all components to operate effectively and efficiently between temperature ranges of -65 degrees F to 145 degrees F (The Orion Shield Project, 2003). SEC failed at this due to the fact that their product will not operate above 130 degrees F, and that the requirements would not be able to be met without different materials (The Orion Shield Project, 2003).
The fact that the energy needed to break the necessary bonds falls within the visible light spectrum is the basis on which the experiment is based. This brings up the issue of selectivity. For example, the bromine radical is more selective than the chlorine radical. This has to do with electronegativity. It is known that chlorine is more electronegative than bromine, and thus chlorine is more reactive, and less discriminatory as to what it will react with, thus making bromine more “selective”.
The ICD also lists two types of schizophrenia that are not present in the DSM resulting in inconsistency of diagnosis depending on what classification system is used thus causing a lack in reliability. The criteria for schizophrenia has changed considerably and it is believed to be a broad term because at least two different conditions exist (Crow). It has many different categories and symptoms & the broadness of the criteria makes if difficult to diagnose the disorder. As the definition of schizophrenia is always changing, it is unreliable as it lacks consistency thus invalidating the classification of the illness. This effects treatments, diagnosis and aetiology.
Unit 8: Assignment 1 There are 3 main factors to consider when you’re about to splice a fiber-optic cable on loss of performance. The first is that optical fibers are not perfect and variations between Optical fibers can affect splice performance. These variations are referred to as intrinsic factors. The performance of a splice can also be affected by alignment and optical fiber mating issues that have nothing to do with the optical fiber. The factors that affect the alignment and/or mating of the optical fibers are referred to as extrinsic factors.
No I would not want to work on this project for two reasons. First reason is that I do not believe 5 months is enough time, and secondly I don’t like the fact that anything will be outsourced 2. If you were part of the management team at Petrie’s Electronics, would you approve the project outlined in the scope statement in PE Figure 4-1? What changes, if any, need to be made to the document? I would not approve this project as it is in figure 4-1 without certain changes.
Brass and Burkhardt (1993) coincide that their study is limited. They cautioning the readers or others investigator to not generalize their study’s results to other organizations; due to the flexible environment in the organization examined. Another limitation is the quantity of mechanical and interactive variables that could essentially be involved. Thus, they did not have comprehensive lists of any possible foundations of authority or tactical actions. Brass and Burkhardt (1993), suggested upcoming investigation covering the study at both the micro and macro stages of examination.
The details and results of the study were both shocking and controversial. Average shock levels administered were at 368 volts which was perceived as a dangerous level and only 35% refused to administer the maximum voltage of 450 volts. (Banyard, 2010, p73) Ethics The ethics of the study came under much scrutiny because: 1. Volunteers did not know the true nature of the study - thinking they were participating in a study of memory; 2. Volunteers could and did suffer stress - with some suffering from physical affects; 3.
| |- I greatly believe that there is not enough advertisement about how terribly soldiers are treated and there is not enough attention brought to the posttraumatic| |stress that soldiers suffer from. | |-I believe that war is a subject taken to lightly, there should be more support and effort put into helping troops | | /4 Possible Thesis (use parallel structure) | |The porpoise of this report is to show the readers that war holds a number of negative effects on soldiers such as; physical lifelong and life changing injuries,| |mental disabilities such as posttraumatic stress, emotional instability causing harm to themselves and others around them, also the many health problems that | |soldiers develop because of the poor circumstances that they are forced to live in.