• Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 27 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 27 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    In this chapter, we discuss some of the fundamental principles of polymer chemistry. We begin with a survey of the different kinds of polymers, then consider the reactions used to induce polymerization. Finally, we discuss some of the structural characteristics that determine the physical properties of a polymer.

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  • Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 20 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 20 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Chapter 20 draw and name carboxylic acids and dicarboxylic acids, and use spectral information to determine their structures; describe the trends in the acidity and physical properties of carboxylic acids, and explain how their acidity varies with their substituentsl; propose single-step and multistep syntheses of carboxylic acids from compounds containing other functional groups;...

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  • Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 23 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 23 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Chapter 23 introduce to carbohydrates and nucleic acids. After completing this chapter, students will be able to: Draw and identify the structures of glucose, its anomers, and its epimers, as Fischer projections and as chair conformations; correctly name monosaccharides and disaccharides, and draw their structures from their names; predict the reactions of carbohydrates in acidic and basic solutions, and with oxidizing and reducing agents;...

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  • Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 21 (part 2) - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 21 (part 2) - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Chapter 21 (part 1) - Reactions of carboxylic acid derivatives. This chapter predict the products and propose mechanisms for the reactions of carboxylic acid derivatives with reducing agents, alcohols, amines, and organometallic reagents; propose multistep syntheses using acid derivatives as starting materials and intermediates.

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  • Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 24 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 24 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    This chapter introduce to amino acids, peptides, and proteins. In this chapter, students will be able to: Name amino acids and peptides, and draw the structures from their names. Explain why the naturally occurring amino acids are called L-amino acids; identify which amino acids are acidic, which are basic, and which are neutral; show how to synthesize amino acids from simpler compounds, and show how to combine amino acids in the proper...

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  • Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 25 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 25 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: Classify simple and complex lipids. Identify waxes, triglycerides, phospholipids, steroids, prostaglandins, and terpenes; explain how unsaturations affect the properties of fats and oils. Compare the properties of saturated fats with those of polyunsaturated oils and partially hydrogenated vegetable oils; predict the reactions of lipids under basic hydrolysis and with standard organic...

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  • Low-head hydropower energy resource harvesting: design and manufacturing of the (HyPER) harvester

    Low-head hydropower energy resource harvesting: design and manufacturing of the (HyPER) harvester

    The design and manufacturing of a revolutionary hydropower harvester with characteristics that embrace the ecology and the environment is described. Guided by NEPA standards for environmental protection, the design concept incorporates a modular and self-supporting structure with a vertical-axis turbine-generator system that is: a) fabricated using Fiberglass and Carboncomposites and is light weight, and b) is easy to manufacture and assemble...

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  • Applications of FACTS devices for improving power system transient stability

    Applications of FACTS devices for improving power system transient stability

    This paper investigates models of Flexible AC Transmission Systems (FACTS) and applications of FACTS devices for improving the rotor angle stability. FACTS devices are applicable in shunt connection Static Var Compensator (SVC), in series connection Thyristor-Controlled Series Capacitor (TCSC), or in the combination of both.

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  • Development of system for detecting hidden objects based on UWB pulse radar

    Development of system for detecting hidden objects based on UWB pulse radar

    This paper present a solution fordetecting hidden objects based on UWB pulse radar. In this paper, we introduce an overview of UWB systems, the theory related and used in the process to implement the project.

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  • Optimal reactive power dispatch by chaotic biogeography based optimization

    Optimal reactive power dispatch by chaotic biogeography based optimization

    This paper proposes a chaotic biogeography based optimization (CBBO) for solving optimal reactive power dispatch (ORPD) problem. Based on biogeography based optimization (BBO) theory proposed by Dan Simon in 2008.

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  • Analyzing the impact of wind generation on the transient stability

    Analyzing the impact of wind generation on the transient stability

    This paper will mentioned the overall aspects of network transient stability with the existence of wind generation such as the influence on the critical clearing time (CCT), the location and the allowable penetration of wind generation.

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