ABSTRACT The method for determining gold and silver grade, was carriedout by fire assay relating with the testing of two smelting furnaces. These furnace use gas and oil fuel, resfectively. The objective of this research is to compare the analyse results. The 5.400 grams of samples contain of gold which have a particle size of 150 mesh and they were divided by two parts. Each of the part was weighed by 50 gram as much as 28 sample. Each of 28 samples was smelted and oxidized in gas and oil furnace, respectively. The result of analysis indicated that smelting and cupellation on gas furnace reach average gold assay of 57.88 grams perton and silver of 4.76 grams perton. While smelting and cupelation on oil furnace reach average gold assay of 59.62 grams perton and silver of 8.77 grams perton. The difference gold and silver are 1.74 grams perton and 4.20 grams perton, respectively.
The scope of this study discussed on the four type of effective Integrated Marketing Communication tool in influence consumer buying intention. Besides that, the study carriedout to identify the relationship between effective integrated marketing communication mix with consumer buying intension. Moreover, researcher also determined the attributes of effective marketing communication tools that drives to influence consumer buying intension. Due to the short time period of my study, the study carriedout at the state of Johor and the questionnaires carriedout through online and offline. The respondent that involve in this research was became a sample that represented the entire population which is set to 100 consumer. It focused on the Central Vista (M) Sdn. Bhd consumer by arrangement an interview and distributes questionnaires for them. The data included are the internet-and intranet mediated questionnaires by delivering the questionnaire through online.
In this context, the most cited research on vocabulary learning strategies (VLS) is that of Gu and Johnson’s (1996) study on Chinese EFL learners by comparing the frequency of their VLS use with their belief of vocabulary learning, level of vocabulary development and learning success. The results were obtained from 91-statement Vocabulary Learning Questionnaire (VLQ, version 3) formulated by Gu and Johnson. The findings revealed that Chinese EFL learners see vocabulary learning as active, requiring and conscious, as opposed to presupposition that they prefer mechanical memorization strategy. Cognitive and metacognitive strategies such as guessing from context and using dictionary for learning were found as the most useful among those learners, whereas strategy of retention was regarded as least useful. Furthermore, they also found out that there were five groups of learners due to their favorite approaches or strategies: readers, active strategy users, non-coders, coders and passive strategy users.
As part of (VCP – F), an optimal phytomass density observation, modeling and mapping approach for national-scale forest carbon pool assessment was defined. A multi-institutional national phytomass measurement program consisting of 54 institutions and 74 Principal investigators was carriedout. A total of 6500 field plot data from forests and trees outside forests was collected with defined sampling protocols. The forest density, vegetation type map, accessibility (nearness to road), normalized difference vegetation index and district boundary have been used to select sites for sampling. 2350 permanent sample plots were identified for further monitoring as well as for quality assurance. 753 regional species volume equations and general equations were collated based on FRI and FSI publications. Specific gravity data of 16,400 species of the Asia has been collected. Specific gravity of 86 fire wood trees and shrub growing in wasteland/degraded sites has been added. A geo-referenced relational database of plot wise forest inventory and biomass density estimates was prepared. Pilot studies in 16 test-sites in different ecological regions in the country have been taken to test the methodology for biomass estimation and spectral modeling using optical and microwave data in forest ecosystem. End-to-end analyses at eight sites have been completed. Spectral modelling for biomass estimation using LISS III, Landsat ETM+, MODIS data and ground based observations has been completed over Surat, Srinagar (Kashmir), Panna District, Uttar Kashi (UK), Haryana, southern part of Karnataka and Arunachal Pradesh (Patil et al, 2011). Interferometric Water Cloud Model (IWCM) has been successfully applied for forest biomass retrieval in Dudhwa National Park.( Pandey et al, 2010).
As our data have shown that genetic variability exists for grain yield at low N level, a breeding programme is under way using, as parents, some of the cultivars investigated in this study. To take into account the G ×N interaction, field experi- ments are carriedout at two N levels. The aim of this programme is to breed cultivars performing well under low input management systems. Resis- tance to lodging and common diseases will also be taken into account to limit the use of growth regulators and fungicides.
There are two kinds of variables in this research, the first variable is the students ’ vocabulary learning strategies score which is taken by how many strategies they use and how often they use it from the questionnaire given; it is considered as independent variable (variable X). The second variable is the students ’ vocabulary size score which is taken by how many vocabularies that they know from the test given; we considered it as dependent variable (variable Y). The s tudents’ vocabulary learning strategies from the questionnaire of vocabulary learning strategies that is carriedout by Schmitt’s taxonomy of vo cabulary learning strategies based on Oxford’s taxonomy of learning strategies , while the students ’ vocabulary achievement from the test of vocabulary was carriedout by the work sheet of vocabulary size test based on “English Vocabulary Test” book by I.S.P. Nation .
development in 3D spatial modelling tools can improve representation, visualization and analyses of oceanographic phenomena and highlight some improvements that should be carriedout to these tools in order to achieve an optimal marine spatial modelling tool. Finally, we propose an integration of the benefits from 3D geomodelling tools with advantages of GIS to improve 3D spatial modelling of oceanographic data sets. The third part of the paper is devoted to a case study proposing a 3D solution to visualization of water masses distribution in the southeastern Beaufort Sea (west of the Canadian Arctic). The data for this case study were obtained from the Malina oceanographic campaign conducted over the Mackenzie shelf between the 31 th of July and 26 th of August in 2009 (Figure 1). More detailed information about the Malina campaign can be found elsewhere (e.g. Matsuoka et al. 2012).
latitude and 66 0 and 100 0 E longitude. The climate of the country varies from monsoonal in the south to temperate in the north. The country has a diverse vegetation cover. Of the total geographic area of the country, forest and agricultural land accounts about 21 and 55%, respectively. Many studies are being carriedout to estimate the terrestrial NPP and analyse its spatio-temporal variability over India (Hingane, 1991; Dadhwal and Nayak, 1993; Chhabra and Dadhwal, 2004; Nayak et al., 2009). However, most of these studies could not explain the broad spectrum of NPP seasonal variability over the country; they led to different estimates of seasonal and annual NPP budgets over the country owing to the following limitations: (1) studies are carriedout for different years; (2) different methodology and datasets are being used, (3) no attempts are made to describe inter-annual variability of NPP over India. Furthermore, a direct estimation and comprehensive analysis on inter-annual variability of net primary productivity over the country has not been adequately investigated.
The demand for iron ore has been increasing in the recent years, thereby requiring the adoption of fast and accurate approaches to iron ore exploration and its grade-assessment. It is in this context that hyperspectral sensing is deemed as a potential tool. This paper examines the potential of hyperspectral fingerprints in the visible, NIR and SWIR regions of the EMR to assess the grades of haematite of the western Singhbhum iron ore belt of Orissa, eastern India, in a rapid manner. Certain spectro-radiometric measurements and geochemical analysis were carriedout and the results have been presented. From the spectral measurements, it is seen that the strength of reflectance and absorption at definite wavelength regions is controlled by the chemical composit ion of the iron ores. It is observed that the primary spectral characteristics of these haematites lie in the 650-750nm, 850 to 900nm and 2130-2230nm regions. The laboratory based hyperspectral fingerprints and multiple regression analysis of spectral parameters and geochemical parameters (Fe% and Al 2 O 3 %) predicted the concentration of iron and alumina content in the haematite. A very strong
A descriptive study with correlation design about student’s cognitive is carriedout to investigate the profile of student’s paper pencil test and concept map in learning urinary system and the correlation between student’s paper pencil test and concept map as well. A number of eight grade students (n=26) in International school in Bandung was involved as research participants. International school has been known for their students’ cognitive ability and their curriculum that support students to be able to integrate their knowledge which related to daily life. The data of student’s paper pencil test was obtained using objective and subjective test instrument while student’s concept map s were assessed based on Mueller’s Classroom Concept Map Rubrics. Research findings shows that most of student’s can not solve the problem of applying (C3) question test (42.8%) and the concept of urination process. Generally students were not able to determine the concept and make proportion in making concept map. Student found it difficult to explain the concept of disease in urinary system with their concept map. While there is no significant correlation between student’s concept map and paper pencil test (Spearman correlation is 0.252). The low relationship between score test and score of concept map is due to the type of knowledge been assessed through paper pencil test was mostly factual and students’ low ability in explaining the concept by making concept map. Thus, type of conept map tasking should be adjust with students’ ability.
Harjadi (2005) assumes that details RQ YXOQHUDELOLW\ UHTXLUH KLJK DFFXUDF\ RQ land acreage which can be analyzed using geographic information system (GIS). Assessment for biophysical condition is carriedout by considering static physical factors (inclination and slope direction, and elevation) and the dynamic physical factors (soil brightness and wetness, and canopy closure). According to CSSTEAP (2005), dynamic factors can be measured by satellite analysis, including Soil Brightness Index (SBI), Wetness Index (WI) and Greenness Index (GI).
The synthesis of (1)-N-(3,4-dimethoxy-benzyl)-1,10-phenanthrolinium bromide had been conducted from vanillin. Heme polymerization inhibitory activity assay of the synthesized antiplasmodium has also been carriedout. The first step of reaction was methylation of vanillin using dimethylsulfate and NaOH. The mixture was refluxed for 2 h to yield veratraldehyde in the form of light yellow solid (79% yield). Methylation product was reduced using sodium borohydride (NaBH 4 ) with grinding method and yielded veratryl alcohol in the form of yellow liquid (98%
Mental revolution changes the perspective, thoughts, attitudes, behaviors that are oriented towards progress and modernity so that Indonesia becomes a great nation and is able to compete with other nations in the world (Bapenas, 2015). Mental revolution can be carriedout through the internalization of essential values in individuals, families, social institutions, communities and state institutions (Bapenas, 2015). At present, the mental revolution has been recognized as an absolute thing to get out of the problem of national character crisis (Dirjen Infokom, 2015). Higher education has a strategic position in producing intelligent human beings and character. To produce character graduates, the association of the academic community and higher education management must also be inspired by noble values that become a reference in developing character. Therefore this value system is the basis of community ethics (Raka, 2008). Mental Revolution provides a balanced and comprehensive view of principles, evolution, and their effects on business, labor, management, and education (Nelson, 1992).
Implementation of scouting education in the educational unit by applying the block system is a form of educational activities carriedout in the early scouting learners entered in the education unit. The system block allocation is done with 36 hours of lessons because it is a new introduction. The block system is "Orientation Training Scouting for learners" appropriate levels and age.Organization of education systems scouting done using the block system modules, so that every educator can teach scouting education. Educators who submit material on this system, at least have followed Scouting Education Orientation (OPK), and education units already have the facilities and infrastructure that support the implementation of activities.The purpose of scouting education implementation through the blocks system are:
Based on this work, the ability of Erwinia sp USMI-20 to produce P(3HB) from oleic acid indicates that the bacteria utilizes the free fatty acid by breaking it down through the -oxidation cycle to form acetyl-CoA, the starting unit for the polymer production. Once the acetyl-CoA is generated, the normal pathway for the production of P(3HB) as in R. eutropha is assumed . Two acetyl-CoA molecules would be condensed to form acetoacetyl-CoA and then converted into 3-hydroxybutyryl-CoA before transform by P(3HB) synthase to P(3HB). However for Erwinia spUSMI-20, the polymer production from oleic acid occurs in both nitrogen depletion and limitation conditions. Thus, based on the result, USMI-20 provides the opportunity of investigating the role of -oxidation in the production of P(3HB). Further investigation is now being carriedout to observe this at the cellular level.