Give the name or formula of two products of the reaction between PCl5 and ethanol.

Give the name or formula of two products of the reaction between PCl5 and ethanol.

  • SCIENCE

Give the name or formula of two products of the reaction between PCl5 and ethanol.

Ethanol reacts with phosphorus pentachloride at 23 oC to form hydrogen chloride, ethyl chloride (chloroethane) and phosphoryl chloride. The chemical reaction is: C2H5OH + PCl5 ==>…

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  • I WANDERED LONELY AS A CLOUD

Which figure of speech is used in the extract,”continuous as the stars that shine and twinkle on…

This is one of the simplest and most common figures of speech, a simile. Similes make direct comparisons between two things, generally using the words ‘like’ or ‘as’, to make some characteristic of…

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  • POETRY

Paraphrase of the poem ‘Our Tasuarina tree’ by Toru Dutt?

Toru Dutt’s poem is about the nostalgia of the motherland as remembered from abroad. It is a poem about the childhood memories of the poet in their old family house around which there was an…

  • RABINDRANATH TAGORE

Character of Ratan in The Postmaster by Rabindranath Tagore

Ratan is an orphan. She lives her life in this village, pretty much as an orphan. She is alone and few pay attention to her. When the Postmaster enters the villages and is at a loss to properly…

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  • JOHN DONNE

Give the meaning of poem “The Relique” by John Donne in easy language & detail.significance

The Relique is a typical metaphysical poem written by the master of the school John Donne himself. It has sharp wit, irony, short pithy statements in a style full of allusions, conceit and…

  • RUDYARD KIPLING

Why did Rudyard Kipling get the Nobel Peace Prize? For what book?For which book?

In 1907 Rudyard Kipling accepted the Nobel Prize for Literature. The prize motivation is thus stated: In consideration of the power of observation, originality of imagination, virility of ideas…

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  • TEACHERS

Education classes in collegeHow relevant were your education classes–those concerned solely with…

I think a similar question has been posted recently – but I’ll answer now – I think my education classes were some of the biggest wastes of time in all of college. Like you said, those in my minor…

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  • HISTORY

Please give me social, economic, political and military impacts information on the Civil War and…

I think that you can find many responses on the different levels regarding the Civil War and Reconstruction. From my point of view, I think that the political impacts are really quite profound….

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  • GUIDE TO LITERARY TERMS

If one is not aware of the reference an allusion makes, is the impact of the phrase lost?please…

To me, the purpose of an allusion is mainly to provide extra information to a reader. An allusion can help the reader to better understand the point the author is trying to make without the author…

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  • MACBETH

In relation to the genre of the play Macbeth, why does Shakespeare build up Macbeth’s character…

You might start with Aristotle’s definition of a tragic hero. He specified that a tragic hero should be one of noble stature, one who has greatness about him. He must have enormous potential,…

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  • INTO THE WILD

What are life alienating aspects (tragic aspects) of what Chris Mccandles did in “Into the Wild”?

Several of Chris McCandless’s actions and behaviors could be considered life alienating. Perhaps most disturbing of all of Chris’s actions are the lengths and efforts Chris goes to in disregarding…

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  • INTO THE WILD

What life affirming aspects are present in Chris McCandless’s actions in Into the Wild?

There are several elements of what McCandless did that could be considered life-affirming. Through his rejection of most material possessions and his adventures in the wilderness, Chris seeks to…

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  • SCIENCE

Autopsy,on a body buried 1 year ego.how Legally, costly,supportive, and valid will be to exume…

You must have a court order to exhume a dead human body. Law enforcement officials must request this order from the magistrate in the particular jurisdiction. If the remains have been interred for…

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  • BUSINESS

explain if offshoring has affected the company operationally, financially, or from a reputation…

I think that some clarification is needed. The question refers to “the company,” indicating a specific company in question. The subtext refers to the “human resources department,” which again…

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  • SPANISH LANGUAGE

Spanish help needed!How would you answer the following questions? 1) Jose espera a su amigo que…

There is some level of vagueness present in the question. When you say that you need help with it, I guess I am wondering if you need help with the translation of the two situations or how to…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Hi dear friends, just wanted to know if you could give me your ideas as to what possible ways…

Aren’t foods considered to be in families sometimes? Like you have the melon family or the edible roots family?

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  • HISTORY

What was the American public’s reaction to the collapse of the Soviet Bloc?This is about the…

The main reaction that the US public had to the collapse of the Soviet Bloc was relief. We had been worried for so long about the possibility of nuclear war coming out of the Cold War. The…

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  • A TALE OF TWO CITIES

How was Darnay’s journey back to France related to the five themes: resurrection, revolution,…

In A Tale of Two Cities, when Gabelle writes to Charles Darnay, pleaing with him to help him at the end of Book the Second, he addresses the letter, “Monsieur heretofore the Marquis.” This address…

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  • DEATH OF A SALESMAN

How does he (Charley) feel about Willy? How and why do they insult each other in Death of a…

When Charley is introduced in the play the stage directions are as follows: In all he says, despite what he says, there is pity, and, now trepidation. It seems that Charley understands and…

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  • MATH

I need to solve x from: A*exp(K*x)+B*x = CIt’s for a program, so i can’t use…

I don’t know of any way to explicitly solve for x. But, if it’s for a computer program, why can’t you use numeric approximation? If you use newton’s method, usually you can obtain accurate…

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  • WALDEN

Paraphrase “Superfluous wealth can buy superfluities only. Money is not required to buy one…

What Thoreau is saying here overall is essentially that money cannot buy happiness. It cannot buy what you really need in order to be a fulfilled human being. The first sentence can be paraphrased…

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  • HAMLET

How can I download the book Hamlet, a real book?I need the book Hamlet. I know there are many…

A very easy (and time-saving!) way to access facsimiles of real books is Google. Go to the Google home page, and point your mouse over the top left. Where it says “more” there is a drop-down menu…

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  • JANE AUSTEN

What is the meaning of this quote:“Jane Austen was certainly a more serious and…

The meaning of this quote can be found in the difference of meaning in “less flexible” versus “less relaxed.” To say that Jane Austen’s attitude to morality was “not less flexible, but is was less…

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  • HISTORY

I need critically analyzed information on the Civil War and Reconstruction era.In reference to…

Critically analyzed information on WBTS and Reconstruction: For the books cited, you may find what you want in introductions or conclusions without having to read the whole book. I. War Between The…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

How does the symbol of class and society in The Great Gatsby compare to the overall meaning as…

If we examine how Fitzgerald used the concept of class and society in his work, we see a trend forming where value and primacy is assigned to materialism and its byproducts. The social setting…

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  • HAMLET

The following is a question about Shakespeare’s Hamlet:The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark…

Well, it’s clear Hamlet starts out intending to act mad. He makes his friends swear, after he’s seen his father (the Ghost), not to let on by word or look or deed when he shall “put an antic…

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  • THE LOVE SONG OF J. ALFRED PRUFROCK

What are the physical/emotional qualities of the narrator? What is the major conflict presented…

The narrator, or speaker (which is what we call the voice that narrates a poem), of this poem is Prufrock himself. His name suggests that he is from a repressive, “fussy” segment of society, and…

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  • THE SUMMER OF THE BEAUTIFUL WHITE HORSE

What are some conclusions you can make from salient points in “The Summer of the Beautiful White…

I would say that one of the conclusions reached from the story would be that treating individuals with kindness and compassion might not only be morally upstanding, but can bring about great…

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  • HAMLET

Where is the quote “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in…

Hamlet speaks this line to his friend Horatio at the end of Act I (v), right after he has seen and spoken with the Ghost (his father). Horatio was the doubter, until the other guys brought him to…

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  • POETRY

Describe the rhythms of Langston Hughes’ “Dream Boogie.” Does each line have the same meter?…

This poem is written in dimeter, which means that there are two main beats per line. As for the individual lines, though, the poetic feet change in order to accommodate the number of syllables in…

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  • BUSINESS

What is the definition of the terms objective, subjective, relative, morality, and ethics, and…

The term objective means not influenced by personal feelings, interpretations or prejudice. An example would be objective writing that is based totally on facts. Subjective writing would be based…

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  • MUSÉE DES BEAUX ARTS

In “Musée des Beaux Arts” W.H. Auden refers to the mythical character Icarus. What is his…

In Greek mythology, Icarus is the son of master craftsman Daedalus, who creates wings for each of them in order to escape from Crete. The wings were held together by wax, and Daedalus warned his…

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  • ESSAY LAB

Please provide an outline for a rhetorical argument analysis of this essay by Julee…

Assuming you have read the text, you will easily be able to insert evidence into the following skeleton I will provide for you. First, examine your task. You are being asked to read a text and…

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  • RICHARD CORY

Describe the possible situation of the speaker in E. A. Robinson’s “Richard Cory.”

The speaker of Edward Arlington’s poem “Richard Cory” is one of the people who does not have anything but “bread” to eat; he is part of the “we people on the pavement.” Like the others, the speaker…

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  • TRANSCENDENTALISM

What are the beliefs of the major leaders in the transcendentalist movement?

To me, the most important belief of the leaders of this movement is that people should act according to their own consciences. They believed that people were all pretty much connected to God on a…

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  • AS YOU LIKE IT

Who is touchstone in As You Like It? What is his true objective when he speaks of pancakes and…

Touchstone, in As You Like It, is the Duke’s fool. He has remained at court with the Duke’s daughter Rosalind after Senior’s bansihment to the Forest of Arden by his own brother Frederick….

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  • PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

In Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen creates a humorous family for the character Elizabeth….

Elizabeth definitely respects her father. She has a bond with him or a connection with him because the two of them are so much alike. Elizabeth and her father are sensible people versus the…

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  • AS YOU LIKE IT

What does Celia think about falling in love in As You Like It?

Celia, at least at the beginning of As You Like It, in her conversation with Rosalind, is not really fond of the idea of falling in love at all. When Rosalind suggests they engage in some sport…

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  • AS YOU LIKE IT

How does Celia try to cheer up Rosalind in the first scene in As You Like It?

In As You Like It, Rosalind and Celia do not appear until Scene 2. At the beginning of the scene, Celia is trying to cheer up Rosalind, whose father, the rightful Duke has been deposed and…

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  • ESSAY LAB

How to write Rhetorical Argument Analysis to a student esay Underrepresentation of Women in…

I think that you might have to focus on two particular elements in your analysis. The first would be the argument, itself. What is used to support the thesis being advocated? What facts in…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

Why is this unfinished: ” it eluded us then, but thats no matter tomorrow we will run faster,…

This is just one more instance in the novel demonstrating Nick’s unfailing hope for the future. While his pursuit of Daisy ran into many dead ends, first being sent off to the war, his return home…

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  • SCIENCE

When excess aqueous ammonia is added to copper(II)sulphate (aq), the initial pale blue…

A deep blue solution would be formed. Adding excess ammonia allows the precipate to dissolve. The Copper combines with the ammonia to form Tetraamminediaquacopper(II) which is deep blue.

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  • THEIR EYES WERE WATCHING GOD

How does the hurricane and rabid dog at the end of the novel Their Eyes Were Watching God affect…

The hurricane and the rabid dog are driving forces near the end of the novel that test Janie’s mettle and ultimately provide her an opportunity to exercise her independence. The hurricane causes…

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  • THE GIVER

In The Giver, what is The Giver’s main problem. And how does he solve this problem.

To me, the main problem for the The Giver is to figure out how to get revenge on his society for what it had done to his daughter Rosemary. As you will remember Rosemary was selected to be the…

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  • SCIENCE

How do hormones act on bone to regulate calcium homeostatis?

We know that homeostasis is a process of adjustment, through which the body maintains the different constant of its internal environment between the normal limits(e.g. all body fluids). For many…

  • SCIENCE

How do mechanical stresses strengthen bone tissue?

The most effective method of building and maintaining the bones health is physical exercise. Just like muscles, bones respond to pressure exerted on them, when they have to bear a greater weight…

  • SCIENCE

What are the major events in intramembranous ossification and endochondral ossification, and how…

Ossification is the process of turning cartilage into bone. Bone may be synthesized by intramembranous ossification, endochronal ossification, or a combination of both. In intramembranous…

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  • THEIR EYES WERE WATCHING GOD

What is the significance of the hurricane and rabid dog at the end of the novel Their Eyes Were…

The hurricane and the rabid dog are driving forces near the end of the novel. The hurricane causes Lake Okeechobee to leave its banks and floods the muck where Janie and Tea Cake are living….

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  • ESSAY LAB

How can I write a reference list for (APA) research paper?I wrote research paper and used 5 books…

You list all references in alphabetical order, whether they are books, journals, webpages, pocasts etc. You must keep the authors in the same order that the appear in the text (eg. Munrow, A, and…

  • THE DARKLING THRUSH

Why do you think Thomas Hardy wrote ‘”The Darkling Thrush” and why do you think Joseph Conrad…

Known as the “good, gray poet,” Thomas Hardy wrestled with his religious beliefs and his notion of the Immanent Will, the blind force which drives the universe more through indifference and caprice…

 


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