Running Head: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
Question 1: Based on the analyses that we have had this semester, which country will be the
dominant economic power TWENTY Y
Exothermic and Endothermic Reactions
Most chemical reactions give out heat energy as they take place, so the products have less
energy (and so are more stable) than the reactants. These are exothermic reactions.
When ethanoic acid is added to sodi
Charge on the ion (or element or atom)
Cu Cu2+ + 2e
NO3 + 4H + 3e NO 2 H 2O
3Cu + 2NO3 + 8H + 3Cu 2 + + 2NO + 4H 2O
Loss (of electrons) (1)
Oxidation state of
By referring to electrons, explain the meaning of the term oxidising agent.
For the element X in the ionic compound MX, explain the meaning of the term oxidation
Complete the table below by deducing the oxidation state of
element at room
element in aqueous
Orange or yellow
The term REDOX stands for REDUCTION-OXIDATION.
Oxidation can be defined as gain of oxygen or loss of hydrogen.
Reduction can be defined as loss of oxygen or gain of hydrogen.
The most important definition is given in terms of electrons.
EQUILIBRIA 2 Kc and Kp
The Equilibrium Law
Le Chateliers principle gives us an idea of the direction of change, but, where concentrations
are involved, we can calculate precisely what happens using the equilibrium law.
The Equilibrium Law states - At equi
Human Resource Planning Process
Human resource planning is a process
through which the
company anticipatesfuture business
and environmental forces. Human
resources planningassess the manpower
requirement forfuture period of time. It
Marketingiscommunicatingthe value of a
product, service or brand tocustomers, for
the purpose of promoting or selling that
product, service, or brand.
The field of marketing strategy considers
the total marketing environment and its
In finance, a derivative is a contract
that derives its value from the
performance of an underlying entity. This
underlying entity can be an asset, index,
or interest rate, and is often called the
In finance, a forward
As a defining aspect of what it means to
behuman, culture is a central concept
inanthropology, encompassing the
range of phenomena that are
transmitted through sociallearningin
humansocieties. The word is used in a
general sense as the
Chemistryis a branch of physical science
that studies the composition, structure,
properties and change of matter.
A reaction is said to beexergonicif the final
state is lower on the energy scale than the
initial state; in the case of