: ACIDS, BASES AND SALTS

Unit Checklist: Acids; Meaning Strong and weak acids Concentrated and weak acids Comparing strength of acids Using evolution of hydrogen and carbon (IV) oxides Using electrical conductivity Using PH Role of solvents in acidic properties of solvents Hydrogen chloride in water Hydrogen chloride in methylbenzene   Bases: Meaning Strong and weak bases (alkalis) Measuring strength of alkalis Using electrical conductivity Using PH values Effect of solvent type on properties of ammonia solution Ammonia n water Ammonia in methylbenzene Uses of acids and bases   Oxides and hydroxides Basic oxides Acidic…

MANAGING ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE

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MANAGING ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE 1.1 INTRODUCTION Organisation is a social system. All parts of organisation affect all other parts. That is, there is so much of interrelationship of parts that anything happening at one end is transmitted to the other end. This interrelationship is not only between the elements and parts of organisation, but also with the environment around it.   When organisation functions, these relationship and interrelationships get established and gradually organization obtains a systematised and orderly behaviour.   The whole system is said to be in equilibrium. This becomes…

BUSINESS & MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS BUSINESS & MEDIA RELATIONS Introduction Media relation involves working with various media for the purpose of informing the public of an organization’s mission, policies and practices in a positive, consistent and credible manner. Typically, this means coordinatingdirectly with the people responsible for producing thenewsand features inthemass media. The goal of media relations is to maximize positivecoverage in the mass media without paying for it directlythroughadvertising.All organizations, whether profit-driven or charitable, must learn how toeffectively communicate who they are, their objectives, functions, andactivities DEFINATION: “Media” is a generic term…

List of typographical symbols and punctuation marks

Typographical symbols and punctuation marks Symbol Name of the Symbol Similar glyphs or concepts See also ≈ Almost equal to Equals sign Mathematical operators and symbols in Unicode & Ampersand etc. ⟨ ⟩ Angle brackets Bracket, Parenthesis, Greater-than sign, Less-than sign Bracket ‘ ’ Apostrophe Quotation mark, Guillemet, Prime * Asterisk Asterism, Dagger Footnote ⁂ Asterism Dinkus, Therefore sign @ At sign Backslash Slash (Solidus) (/) ‱ Basis point (per ten thousand) Per cent, per mille (per 1,000) [ ], { } Brackets Angle bracket, Parenthesis • Bullet Interpunct ‸ ⁁…

EPP Status Codes | What Do They Mean, and Why Should I Know?

Extensible Provisioning Protocol (EPP) domain status codes, also called domain name status codes, indicate the status of a domain name registration. Every domain has at least one status code, but they can also have more than one. Is your domain name registration about to be dropped? Is it safely locked to prevent unauthorized transfers, updates or deletions? Does it have any restrictions or pending actions that you need to address? Finding and understanding your domain’s EPP status codes will answer all of these questions and more. It is important for registrants…

DISCUSS TYPES OF CAR THEFT AND VEHICLE HIJACKING AND WAYS OF PREVENTING THE RISE IN KENYA

INTRODUCTION Kenya, like most developing countries has experienced a rise in crime. The scope and magnitude vary with geographical variations, with urban areas being the most affected compared to rural areas. The crimes range from murders, motor vehicle robbery – popularly known as carjacking, car theft, robberies with violence, burglaries and break-ins, abductions, rape and defilements, muggings, armed livestock raids, highway banditry, domestic violence, and in the recent months terrorist related crime incidences. The security Research and Information Centre (SRIC) established that some types of crime such as carjacking and…

INTERNET NOTES

Why Study about the Internet?

√ To understand what the Internet is, the services that it offers, what is required in order to get connected, as well as to establish a connection and log out of the Internet.

What is the Internet?

v It is a large no. of connected computers (or a large set of computer networks) linked together that communicate with each other, over telephone lines.

v It is a worldwide computer network connecting thousands of computer networks, through a mixture of private & public data using the telephone lines.

v It isa worldwide (global or an international) network of computers that provide a variety of resources and data to the people that use it.

v Internet refers to a global inter-connection of computers and computer networks to facilitate global information transfer. It is an interconnection of computers throughout the world, using ordinary telecommunication lines and modems.

The Internet uses VSATS (Very Small Aperture Telecommunication Systems) such as Telephone lines, Satellite.

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