...SUMMARY REPORT OF MARKS AND GRADES Session & Year: III Sem.B. Tech. Chemical- DEC 2011 Course No: CY 205 Course Title: Organic Chemistry Credits: 3-0-0(3) Department: Chemistry Name of the Instructor: Dr. Darshak R. Trivedi CLASS PERFORMANCE DISTRIBUTION STATISTICS ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Class Size (No. of students) = 50 Class – Max. Marks (Xmax) = 85 Class – Min. Marks (Xmin) = 20 Class – Mean Marks (µ) = 59 Standard – Deviation (σ) = 18 Grades AA AB BB BC CC CD DD FF FA Cutoff Marks % 80 73 61 50 40 30 20 19 Attendance less than 75 % Number of Students 06 07 15 09 04 05 04 00 00 ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ ≤ ------ Signature of Instructor(s) (with date) Date: 7h Dec 2011 Signature of Secretary DUGC Signature of Chairman DUGC REPORTS OF MARKS and GRADES Session & Year: III Sem.B. Tech. Chemical- DEC 2011 Course No: CY 205 Course Title: Organic Chemistry Credits: 3-0-0(3) Name of the Instructor: Dr. Darshak R. Trivedi Course Category: BSc Sl. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Reg. No. 10CH01 10CH02 10CH03 10CH04 10CH06 10CH07 10CH08 10CH09 10CH10 10CH11 10CH13 10CH14 10CH15 10CH16 10CH17 10CH18 10CH19 10CH20 10CH21 10CH22 10CH23 10CH24 10CH25 10CH26 10CH27 10CH28 10CH29 1OCH30 10CH32 10CH33 10CH34 10CH35 10CH36 10CH37 NAME AAQIB H AZAAM ACHINT SANGHI ADITYA BATTU ADITYA NAIR AMIT ABRAHAM MATHAI ANANYA RAVI ANINDITA RAVIKUMAR...
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Eric & Kipsy
...Eric & Kipsy: complexities of management and organisational behaviour (a) Analyse the issue of management and organisational behaviour which are raised in this case study. From our discussion, we found that a lot of issues in this case. We will discuss and explain what the error and problem encountered. There are many issues of management and organisational behaviour such as: i. High turnover and absenteeism of staff. When absenteeism was particularly high on any given day, part-time employees were called to fill in. Of cause they all not familiar with the job, system, procedure, equipment and so on. When company hire new worker to work here, of cause company need to train and give full support to ensure new worker perform well. It is involve cost and waste time. ii. Low level of motivation Keeping employees motivated is an important element of not only getting the most out of your employees, but also in retaining your best employees. The best employees are always in high demand, and will change companies if they are not kept motivated at work. But unfortunately in this case study, most of their worker demotivated with various factor such as company policy and time management for personal and work lives. iii. Excessive error Too much of error will give bad effect to the company. It will effect to other person or other department and company also cannot consider with people that always make same mistake. Errors will make company always......
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Eric & Kipsy
...Eric & Kipsy: complexities of management and organisational behaviour (a) Analyse the issue of management and organisational behaviour which are raised in this case study. There are many issues of management and organisational behaviour such as * High turnover and absenteeism of staff * Low level of motivation * Excessive error * Unfriendly telephone manners * Lack of responsibility * Little chance of advancement – frustration * Lack of job satisfaction – no rewards * Working hours – not flexible * Poor communications – formal and informal * Training of relief part-time staff * Narrow span of control – too many supervisors * Symptoms or sources of stress * Manager’s lack of confidence / experience * Conflicts between telephonists / salesperson - delay * Lack of involvement by management with staff * Management relying too much on formal structure * Management style and level of supervision * Lack of basic system – procedures, guidance and direction, downward communication * Kipsy as informal leaders – lack of recognition of informal organisation (b) Suggest solutions to the problems faced by Eric and Kipsy. These include * Change overall management structure – more autonomy to Eric * Improve communications – staff involvement, staff meetings * Review procedures for recruitment, selection and induction * Review training program, including part-time staff *......
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...introduction of contaminants into the natural environment that causes adverse change. Pollution can take the form of chemical substances or energy, such as noise, heat or light. Pollution also has different components call Pollutants. (Wikipedia 2012) A pollutant is substance or energy introduced into the environment that has undesired effects, or adversely affects the usefulness of a resource. A pollutant may cause long- or short-term damage by changing the growth rate of plant or animal species, or by interfering with human amenities, comfort, health, or property values. (Wikipedia 2012) There are also different kinds of pollutants like greenhouse gases, pesticides, endocrine disruptors, petroleum and heavy metals. Carbon dioxide and methane are two of the most important of these gases, called greenhouse gases because they trap heat in the earth's atmosphere. This is already causing severe problems around the world and the situation will only get worse. The rising temperatures will likely lead to more severe weather events, which cause shifts in natural communities, and probably lead to greater species extinction rates, among numerous other effects. Pesticides are a broad group of chemicals that enable us to live more comfortable lives by and large, but whose main purpose underlies the central problem with pesticide pollution. They are all poisons. A lot of these chemicals will wash into our rivers and streams and cause direct toxicity to fishes, and may work their way up......
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...CASE STUDY: CHEMICAL ERIC ERIC: Age 15, 6’ tall, 150 lbs, size 13 shoes. Swelling presents on right knee and ulcerated sores on his lower left leg with prolonged healing. Doctor’s test results reveal lowered levels of thyroid hormone and low levels of cortisone and testosterone but high growth hormone. Treatment is administered to remove fluid from knee. Shortly after Doctor visit, Eric breaks left hip. PROBLEM: What hormonal problem could be causing these symptoms? A: Hypopituitarism. Based on the symptoms the patient presented it appears there was a deficiency in FSH/LH due the decreased muscle mass (skinny), increase osteoporosis (bone fragility), ACTH deficiency due to the low cortisol in the adrenal glands which reveals symptoms of fatigue, weight loss, can have delayed puberty in children, affects in the immune system. CQ1: What hormonal problem could be causing these symptoms? A: Pituitary gland has problems. CQ2: Based on the diagram in Slide 10 (pituitary gland) choose the correct answer. A: The posterior pituitary probably collects hormones made by the hypothalamus, and the anterior pituitary probably makes hormones under the direction of the hypothalamus. ERIC: Upon test results, it appears a benign pituitary tumor has placed pressure on the pituitary gland and disrupted functions. TREATMENT: Irradiation to kill the pituitary and tumor associated with it. Post irradiation Eric......
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...Chemical Eric: A Clicker Case About the Complexity of Hormonal Control Eric Ribbens Department of Biological Sciences Western Illinois University Part I, Slide 1 A Promising Start He was, his mother always said, the cutest little boy ever, and she had always adored him. So strong, so sturdy, confidently charging through life. At 10, he joined a Little League baseball team and made the All-Star team in his first year. It wasn’t until quite some time later that she realized something was very wrong. Part I, Slide 2 Little League Looking back, probably the first symptom appeared when he was 11. Promoted up to the next division in Little League, he mostly sat on the bench. His coordination was not as good as it had been, and he seemed to have lost his hustle. Of course, it was probably just that he was being expected to do too much, and it was easy to overlook. And he began to grow. Part I, Slide 3 Growing Pains Soon he began to notice girls, but after an initial girlfriend or two, he retreated. Too shy, probably. They moved to a different town, and moved again to another state, and his grades slipped. He became more introverted. Troubled teen? Doing drugs? His mother found no evidence, but worried. And he grew. He turned 15, and he grew. He was getting close to 6' tall now, and was wearing size 13 shoes. He was skinny, weighing only 150 lbs. His right knee began to swell, and he developed mysterious ulcerated sores on his lower left leg that refused to......
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Chemical Eric Case Study
...Part I—At Fifteen... He was, his mother always said, the cutest little boy ever, and she had always adored him. So strong, so sturdy, confidently charging through life. At , he joined a Little League baseball team, and made the All- Star team in his first year. It wasn’t until quite some time later that she realized something was very wrong. Looking back, probably the first symptom appeared when he was . Promoted up to the next division in Little League, he mostly sat on the bench. His coordination was not as good, and he seemed to have lost his hustle. Of course, it was probably just that he was being expected to do too much, and it was easy to overlook. And he began to grow. Soon he began to notice girls, but after an initial girlfriend or two, he retreated. Too shy, probably. They moved, and moved again, and his grades slipped. He became more introverted. Troubled teen? Doing drugs? She found no evidence, but worried. And he grew. ￼￼Questions He turned , and he grew. He was getting close to six feet tall now, and was wearing size shoes. He was skinny, weighing only lbs. His right knee began to swell, and he developed mysterious ulcerated sores on his lower left leg that refused to heal. He began to complain often of feeling sick, and came home from school frequently. Never anything seriously wrong, but he just didn’t feel good. They revisited the doctor, who picked up on the description of large hands and feet and decided to check blood levels of some......
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Sheila and Eric
...with deep emotions(urgently, cutting in) ...read more. Conclusion Compared with her mother's character Shelia is much more curious, wondering what their part in it was. "Go on, Mother. You might as well admit it". This curiosity shows how Shelia's role is to try and play the role of the audience. Her mother appears more up her self with stubbornness, "And if I was, what business is it of yours? Giving out the impression that she thinks she has higher authority than the inspector. Her importance to the play is that she is the centre piece, linking together the entire story and characters. Connected with Gerald's affair with her, the daughter of Birling and Mrs B and having a part for herself also containing the secret from her family that Eric is a heavy drinker which was significant to the fate of Eva smith. Clearly showing how she was the essential link to the whole play. ...read more. The above preview is unformatted text This student written piece of work is one of many that can be found in our GCSE J.B. Priestley section. Found what you're looking for? Start learning 29% faster today 150,000+ documents available Just £6.99 a month...
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... Eric Thongori | Mr. Njagi | Date Issued | Completion Date | Submitted on | 4TH September 2013 | 21/1/2025 | 28/1/2015 | Qualification | Unit | BTEC LEVEL 3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN BUSINES | UNIT 37 UNDERSTANDING BUSINESS ETHICS | Assignment Title | | In this assessment you will have opportunities to provide evidence against the following criteria. Indicate the page numbers where the evidence can be found. | Criteria Reference | To achieve the criteria the evidence must show that the learner is able to: | Task no: | Page numbers: | P1 | Explain the ethical issues a business needs to consider in its operational activities | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Learner Declaration | I certify that the work submitted for this assignment is my own and research sources are fully acknowledged.Learner Signature: Date: 27/1/2015 | Introduction Task 1 (P1): Explain the ethical issues a business needs to consider in its operational activities. Business Ethics is the moral principles of the right and wrong things that an organization can do. The aims are controlled by organizations within the business, for example, Social services/a private business. An honorable behavior is behavior of right or wrong. Business moral values include the practices and behaviors’ (good or bad) within the organization. Business managers in these organizations create......
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...Eric Employee Eric Employee has worked as a Receiver for Eggsellent Eggs, Inc., a local grocery store chain in Alabama with 200 employees. He has worked for the company since 2002. His job description is attached below. In 2010, Eric was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, a degenerative movement disorder that causes difficulty with walking and muscle weakness. It can also make speech soft and slurred, and can cause “masking,” a condition in which the person’s facial expression appears frozen, as if it were a mask. In its more advanced stages, Parkinson’s Disease can also cause cognitive decline. In 2012, Eric took FMLA leave to have a surgical procedure that his doctors hoped would alleviate some of his symptoms. He returned to work in June, 2012. Eric’s performance reviews, including his review in June, 2013, have always been satisfactory, and he has ...
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...hazard (flash point 25°C). Moderately toxic by inhalation or ingestion. Causes skin and eye irritation. HMIS Classification: Health hazard(2, Flammability(3, Physical hazard(0. Drierite®: Toxic by ingestion. May cause respiratory tract irritation. Skin and eye irritant. HMIS Classification: Health hazard(2, Flammability(0, Physical hazard–0. The hazard information reference is Sigma-Aldrich Co., 1-800-325-3010, www.sigmaaldrich.com/safety-center/msds-search.html. COMPOUND INFORMATION |COMPOUND |CHEMICAL FORMULA |MELTING TEMPERATURE RANGE ((C) |MOLAR MASS (G/MOL) | |ANTHRACENE |C14H10 |210–215 |178.23 | |MALEIC ANHYDRIDE |C4H2O3 |51–56 |98.06 | |Compound |Chemical formula |Boiling temperature |Molar mass (g/mol) |Density (g/mL) at 25°C | | | |range ((C) | | | |xylenes |C8H10 |137–140 |106.16 |0.86 | Sample results MELTING TEMPERATURE GRAPH OF 9,10-DIHYDROANTHRACENE-9,10-α,β-SUCCINIC......
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...Eric Birling What do you think is the importance of Eric and how does Priestley present him? How does he change throughout the play? At the start of the play we see Eric as a naïve alcoholic who seems to want to follow his father into his rich and successful business. We see Eric as immature and at the start of the play we see his anxiety, as if he knows that something will go wrong that night. As Eric and his family learn more about his shocking relationship with Eva, he seems to undergo a dramatic change in which he accepts responsibility for his vile treatment of Eva and breaks away from the capitalist limitations that his parents have set him. Towards the end of the play we see Eric agree with the inspector, who seems to be the righteous view of morality and also agree with Sheila who has undergone the most dramatic change and has accepted social responsibility forever. In order for us to recognise Eric’s change, his flaws first have to made abundant to the audience. Priestly obliges through the stage directions he set for Eric. He describes him as “not quite at ease” showing that he could be uncomfortable at the prospect of an evening with his mother and father or more likely that he is worried, that events with regards to Eva will be revealed. Priestly also describes Eric as “half shy, half assertive”. This seemingly duel personality, could highlight Eric’s drinking problems, which through drunkenness, has left him unsure of himself and without a set personality.......
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...The Berlin Wall (1961–1989) ------------------------------------------------- (1) The reasons the Soviets and the East German government had for erecting the Berlin Wall. Many Germans fled East Germany after the Soviet Union got their hands on them and tried to make it a communist country. It was so easy for people to cross the East and West Germany border and the communists in East Germany did not want their people to keep leaving so they erected the Berlin Wall to keep in the Germans and practice communism even if it meant separating families and friends. (2) Discuss the Wall’s elaborate fortifications. East Germany tried to put up the Berlin Wall as quickly as possible so that the West would not realize what’s happening until it’s already finished being built. The wall was armed with barbed wires, a hundred tanks, and approximately ten thousand East Germany soldiers guarding it. (3) Relate what happened when the East Germans tried to escape across the wall. When East Germans tried to escape the Berlin Wall to go over to the West, they often got caught or died trying to escape. Those who were caught got interrogated thoroughly. Many people tried to swim to West Germany but usually die trying. Others tried to jump the border and was met with instant death when they hit the concrete floor. (4) Analyze and explain how the construction of the Wall raised Cold War tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union. The Berlin Wall made communists......
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...DUCOR CHEMICALS In the fall of 2000, Ducor Chemical received a research and development contract from one of their most important clients. The client had awarded Ducor with a twelve-month, sole-source contract for the R&D effort to create a new chemical that the client required for one of its future products. If Ducor could develop the product, the long-term production contract that would follow could generate significant profits over the next several years. In addition to various lab personnel who would be used as needed, the contract mandated that a senior chemist be assigned for the duration of the project. In the past, the senior chemists had been used mainly for internal rather than external customer projects. This would be the first time a senior chemist had been assigned to this client. With only four senior chemists on staff, the project manager expected the resource negotiation process with the lab manager to be an easy undertaking. Project manager: "I understand you've already looked over the technical requirements, so you should understand the necessity for assigning your best senior scientist." Lab manager: "All of my senior scientists are good. Any one of them can do the job. Based upon the timing of your project, I have decided to assign John Thornton." 238 DUCOR CHEMICAL Project manager: "Just my luck! You assigned the only one I cannot work with effectively. I have had the misfortune of working with him before. He's......
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...Quaker Chemical Corporation is a leading global provider of process chemicals, chemical specialties, services, and technical expertise to a wide range of industries including steel, aluminum, automotive, mining, aerospace, tube and pipe, coatings and construction materials. Our products, technical solutions, and chemical management services enhance our customers' processes, improve their product quality, and lower their costs. Quaker's headquarters is located near Philadelphia in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. Since 1918, we have been establishing and maintaining long-term relationships with leading enterprises in primary metals, metalworking, and other basic process industries all over the world. Today, we have business and production presence in every major manufacturing country in the world. Quaker is a $683.2 million dollar company headquartered in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, USA, with regional headquarter locations in Uithoorn, The Netherlands, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Shanghai, China. The company is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange, and has a long track record of financial consistency and strength. While the use of business intelligence was beneficial to an extent for these three companies, it is important to remember that Hillman, Avnet and Quaker Chemical are relatively large companies who are publicly traded, have over a thousand employees, or a global presence. Do you think that Business Intelligence is a realistic application for small to medium......
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1. What hormonal problem could be causing these symptoms?
His pituitary gland isn’t working because it has a tumor on it causing his problems like bad coordination, being very tall and skinny (6ft, 150lbs, and size 13 shoe), right knee swelled, ulcerated sores on lower left leg that wouldn’t heal, often was sick and didn’t feel good, and having large hands and feet.
2. Why would joint damage be associated with rapid growth and low testosterone levels?
Joint damage would be associated because of the growing pain that a person has when having a growth spurt. His bones and ligaments were stretching quicker than a normal person would stretch and his joints can’t keep up with it causing the joint pain. Low testosterone levels can’t ossify the plates. ACTH controls cortisol, so if he doesn’t have it, it will affect how much is released.
1. Should Dr. Kidd tell Eric that he is probably sterile? Why would he be sterile?
Dr. Kidd should tell Eric that there is a possibility of him being sterile and that they can run tests to confirm if he is correct or not. Eric would be sterile because if he does have a pituitary problem his FSH (makes sperm) and LH (develops sperm) levels wouldn’t making him sterile.
2. Is there anything that they could try to do to stimulate spermatogenesis?
Why is the absence of facial hair important? They could give Eric hormones (FSH & LH) to try to help stimulate spermatogenesis. The lack of facial hair tells doctors that Eric is not producing gluttonizing hormones.
1. Why was he growing facial hair?
Eric began growing facial hair because he was given a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) for two years in an attempt to produce sperm and his secondary sex hormones.
2. Why did he need jaw surgery?
Eric needed jaw surgery because his jaw had been hurting, especially the joint on the left side. The dentist thought he had TMJ (temporal mandibular joint dysfunction) and referred him to a dental surgeon who proceeded with the surgery. His upper jaw stops growing and his lower jaw keeps growing. They broke the lower jaw because they are trying to preserve his trigeminal nerve. The surgery did get rid of the frequent headaches that Eric was having.
1. Why are his kidneys so active at night?
His kidneys were so active at night because his antidiuretic levels (found in the posterior pituitary) were damaged causing him to release water all the time instead of having the kidneys keep some. The hypothalamus was releasing ADH when he was younger, but as he got older it stopped releasing it.
2. It also turns out he has unpredictable shock responses, so that a small cut needing three stiches left him pale and in shock while breaking his left wrist in 15 places did not. What hormone could be involved?
The hormone that might be involved would be ACTH. The anterior pituitary controls the adrenal gland and it doesn’t have epinephrine and norepinephrine for stress response- no check and balance system.
3. If the pituitary is so important, and if Eric id not getting replacements of hormones the pituitary makes (except for ADH), why isn’t he dead?
The hypothalamus controls the regulation of the pituitary glands hormones. The hypothalamus is compensating because it is releasing some of the hormones into the bloodstream.