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When you finish a particular disaster recovery plan, you might think your job is done, but in fact it has just begun. Standardizing a process is actually just the first step. You need to continually look for ways to improve it. You should make a regular, scheduled practice of pulling out your disaster recovery plan with those responsible and making sure it s up to date. Use the occasion to actually look at it and see how you can improve on it. Take the opportunity to examine your environment. What s changed since you last looked at the plan What equipment has been retired, and what has been added What software is different Are all the people on your notification and escalation lists still working at the company in the same roles Are the phone numbers, including home phone numbers, up to date Another important way to iterate your disaster recovery plan is to use every disaster as a learning experience. Once the disaster or emergency is over, get everyone together as soon as possible to talk about what happened. Find out what they think worked and what didn t in the plan. Actively solicit suggestions for how the process could be improved. Then make the changes and test them. You ll not only improve your responsiveness to this particular type of disaster, but you ll improve your overall responsiveness by getting people involved in the process and enabling them to be part of the solution.
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At the macroscopic level a solid is defined as a substance that has both a definite volume and a definite shape. At the microscopic level, solids may be one of two types amorphous or crystalline. Amorphous solids lack extensive ordering of the particles. There is a lack of regularity of the structure. There may be small regions of order separated by large areas of disordered particles. They resemble liquids more than solids in this characteristic. Amorphous solids have no distinct, melting point. They simply get softer and softer as the temperature rises, leading to a decrease in viscosity. Glass, rubber, and charcoal are examples of amorphous solids. Crystalline solids display a very regular ordering of the particles in a three-dimensional structure called the crystal lattice. In this crystal lattice there are repeating units called unit cells. Figure 12.1 shows the relationship of the unit cells to the crystal lattice. Several types of unit cells are found in solids. The cubic system is the type most commonly appearing on the AP exam. Three types of unit cells are found in the cubic system: 1. The simple cubic unit cell has particles located at the corners of a simple cube. 2. The body-centered unit cell has particles located at the corners of the cube and in the center of the cube. 3. The face-centered unit cell has particles at the corners and one in the center of each face of the cube, but not in the center of the cube itself. Figure 12.2 shows three types of cubic unit cells. Five types of crystalline solid are known: 1. In atomic solids, individual atoms are held in place by London forces. The noble gases are the only atomic solids known to form. 2. In molecular solids, lattices composed of molecules are held in place by London forces, dipole dipole forces, and hydrogen bonding. Solid methane and water are examples of molecular solids. 3. In ionic solids, lattices composed of ions are held together by the attraction of the opposite charges of the ions. These crystalline solids tend to be strong, with high melting points because of the strength of the intermolecular forces. NaCl and other salts are examples of ionic solids. Figure 12.3 shows the lattice structure of NaCl. Each sodium
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