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barium hydroxide, and ammonium hydroxide. 3. Using the appropriate beaker, obtain about 75 mL of each of the solutions listed in step 2. 4. Using the glass funnel, add about 5 mL of NaOH to the first burette. Take the burette out of the clamp and swirl the 5 mL of NaOH around the burette to coat the entire inside with solution. Empty this 5 mL of NaOH rinse into a waste beaker. 5. Fill this burette to the zero (0 mL) line with NaOH.
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data is transported in cells that are transmitted synchronously. Also, digital voice traf c latency or signal delay is not tolerated well. Customers do not want their voice conversations containing delays. ATM, as stated earlier, is the least objectionable as compared to a TDM or packet-switched method. Data, of course, can tolerate latency because receivers will wait until the whole message is received intact before transferring to the user for processing. 5.332 The SONET system speci cations and cell structure were developed by Bellcore and are considered as the high-speed toll road of the information highway. As developments occur in optical- ber transmission, data transfer rates have increased to the equivalent of 320 Gbps versus dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) technology. The SONET transmission system has been shown to be like passengers on a commuter train. The rst building block for SONET transmission is the STS-1 level, which consists of header information plus payload data. The STS-1 basic building block is shown in Figure 5-25. The train similarity indicates the synchronous manner, or the connected-together methodology of the SONET system. Synchronism must
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The highest value provided by sales personnel is to help customers make choices when there is uncertainty and risk. This event is known as the point of persuasion. The purpose of sales compensation is to reward seller success at the point of persuasion. While salesperson involvement in the sales process will vary from one sales job to another, the task of building the right sales compensation plan is greatly simplified by looking for the point of persuasion. In most cases, we will find that the point of persuasion is at the Purchase Commitment sales process step, but not always. For example, the point of persuasion might be in the first step, Demand Creation, where the salesperson s point of persuasion is to cause the customer to learn more about a company s products. Conversely, it might be at a later stage in the sales process, such as at Order Fulfillment, when a customer is having second thoughts about the purchase and the salesperson must reassure the customer of the wisdom of the purchase. Finding, defining, and measuring the point of persuasion is the focus of effective sales compensation design.
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SONET STS-3c signals. A higher-rate STS-3 transport signal is normally assembled by byte-interleave multiplexing three STS-1 transport signals that contain tributary signals at the DS3 signal rate (44.74 Mbps) or less. In the SONET context, concatenation means that the higher rate STS-3 transport signal in effect provides one single SPE with a larger payload capacity (Figure 13.19). A higher-rate (greater than 50 Mbps) tributary signal is mapped directly into the larger payload capacity of the STS-3c transport signal (where c denotes the concatenation). The STS-3c SPE is assembled without ever going through the STS-1 signal level.
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In sumo, two of the most important factors that make a winning bot are strength and technique. Simply having the strongest bot doesn t mean that you will have a winning bot; and having the smartest bot doesn t mean that you will have a winning bot, either. Your bot needs both of these skills. Strength is related to pushing power. From physics, we know that pushing force is equal to the coefficient of friction between the bot wheels multiplied by the weight of the bot. This simple relationship pretty much tells you what you need to have in a strong bot: weight and traction. The higher the coefficient of friction, the better the traction the bot will have. The heavier the bot is, the greater the amount of force required to move it. It is best to make your bot as heavy as possible for it s weight class. For a mini sumo, this is 500 grams. As for traction, soft wheels usually have better traction than hard wheels. Some bots have placed rubber O-rings or rubber bands on the outside diameter of the wheel to improve traction, and others have used foam wheels like you see on model airplanes. Weight and traction are the two most common ways to improve the performance of mini sumos. The other way to win is to use better strategy during the actual contest. This really comes down to the type of programs you use in your bot. Some bots spin more than they move in straight lines. Some bots use more sensors to improve vision capabilities, where others use a stealth approach to keep from being seen. Some bots even use arms to try to capture or corral their opponent. This is what makes robot sumo exciting, because it allows for many different types of bots to enter the competition. In fact, biped and hexapod bots have competed and have even won some matches. The Basic Stamp 1 microcontroller used in this example doesn t have the memory space for advanced software control. You will need to use a different microcontroller such as the Basic Stamp 2 or the BasicX-24 from NetMedia (
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