Digital Library Object - General orders: 37th Tank Battalion Headquarters.
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Digital Library Object - Oral history of General Gordon R. Sullivan [interview].
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Prediction of Chemical and Biological Properties of Organic Compounds from Molecular Structure
This website is a PDF file of 32 slides and accompanying notes that describe the process of determining quantitative structure activity relationships. The slides focus on the ADAPT software, but are generally useful to anyone interested in QSAR, and discuss the details of Structure Entry and Molecular Modeling, Descriptor Generation, Feature Selection, Model construction, and Model Validation.
Quantitative Chemical Analysis, 6e
This is a site with material related to Dan Harris\' textbook. It is not as general as some sites but the material is of high pedagogical value. Short tutorial sections are available for many topics with extensive web linkages. \"Living\" graphs and Excel files illustrate important material such as pH fractional composition and statistical analysis. Students can take practice quizzes on material from the text. Full Powerpoint slideshows include nearly all of the figures contained in the tex
This is a website by Syracuse Research Corporation. It contains numerous reference information including a link to the PBT profiler that SRC created for the U.S. EPA - this model predicts risk related data (physical/chemical properties, bioconcentrations, environmental fate, carcinogenicity and toxicity). There is also a link to a childhood lead risk assessment model, environmental fate database, and a physical properties database (> 25,000 chemicals). All the latter requires is a CAS number b
Short Tandem Repeat DNA Internet DataBase
This website contains comprehensive information relating to forensic DNA analysis. It has material from introductory to advanced level on forensic DNA technology. Provides general information on DNA markers that are of interest to human identification. Site contains both introductory to in-depth discussions of short tandem repeats (STRs) and other DNA markers currently used by the forensic community. Powerpoint and PDF presentations on STR training material are available and can be readily do
This link contains a set of lecture notes with illustrations from the potentiometry section of CEM 333, Instrumental Analysis at Michigan State University. Topics include potentiometric electrodes and their underlying theory, along with useful hints in their application.
What is Mass Spectrometry?
This site is a very thorough page by page description about what mass spectometry is and how it is used. It has many useful figures and references to other materials. The site is well organized and easy to use.
Principal Components Analysis Tutorial
This site provides a clear introduction to the principle component analysis (PCA) without overwhelming the student. The tutorial includes a brief introduction and an explanation of the mathematics of PCA.
Moody, M. (September 2011). Superintendent–Board Relations: Understanding the Past to Promote the
This article provides an historical analysis of the origins and development of boards of education as well as superintendents of schools. It provides the reader with a better insight into the […]
Barton, L. (September 2011). Moving to the Dark Side or Into the Light? Internal or External Motivat
What motivates teachers to leave the classroom and enter an educational leadership program in pursuit of administrative credentialing? This study revealed several discrete themes based on a […]
Learn About Andrew Jackson's Life
This five minute biography of Jackson starts with his early life and the tragedies that were part of his growing up. A good biography and one that most students can understand. There is talk of his marriage and the scandal that followed him as well as his accomplishments before becoming president.
Transforming the Industrial State: The Ultimate Complex System Challenge — Nicholas A. Ashford, Ph About the Presentation The most crucial problem in achieving a more sustainable industrial system is lock-in or path dependency due to (1) the failure to envision, design, and implement policies that achieve co-optimization, or the mutually reinforcing of social goals (economic welfare, environmental quality, and earning capacity), and (2) entrenched economic and political interests that game (and gain from) the present system and advancement of its current trends. It
About the Presentation
The most crucial problem in achieving a more sustainable industrial system is lock-in or path dependency due to (1) the failure to envision, design, and implement policies that achieve co-optimization, or the mutually reinforcing of social goals (economic welfare, environmental quality, and earning capacity), and (2) entrenched economic and political interests that game (and gain from) the present system and advancement of its current trends. It
Why I Chose ISU-Amanda
This was produced by a current student, Amanda Schappert, for the Admissions 'Why I Chose ISU" Video Contest. It was one of five finalists. Keywords: Student Life
1.322 Soil Behavior (MIT)
This class presents a detailed study of soil properties with emphasis on interpretation of field and laboratory test data and their use in soft-ground construction engineering. Topics to be covered include: consolidation and secondary compression; basic strength principles; stress-strain strength behavior of clays, emphasizing effects of sample disturbance, anisotropy, and strain rate; strength and compression of granular soils; and engineering properties of compacted soils. Some knowledge of fi