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Confessions Of A Las Vegas Motorcop

Author : H. D. Justice
ISBN : 0615432972
Genre : Humor
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Confessions of a Las Vegas Motor Cop is an outrageously funny romp through the experience of a NHP Motor Trooper. Everything you could ever imagine that is supposed to stay in Vegas comes pouring out in this confessional. You will read stories from a stripper who lacks modesty to crazy criminals who flirt with gun play, and off-road riders who lack common sense--all taking place in and around Vegas. Original.

Nanobioelectrochemistry

Author : Frank N. Crespilho
ISBN : 9783642292507
Genre : Science
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Nanobioelectrochemistry covers the modern aspects of bioelectrochemistry, nanoscience and materials science. The combination of nanostructured materials and biological molecules enables the development of biodevices capable to detect specific substances. Furthermore, by using the bioelectrochemistry approach, the interaction between bio-systems and nanostructured materials can be studied at the molecular level, where several mechanisms of molecular behavior are elucidate from redox reactions. The combination of biological molecules and novel nanomaterials components is of great importance in the process of developing new nanoscale devices for future biological, medical and electronic applications. This book describes some of the different electrochemical techniques that can be used to study new strategies for patterning electrode surfaces with enzymes, organelles, cells and biomimetic systems. Also, it focuses on how enzymes and microorganisms can be used as biological catalysts in fuel cells for green power generation. By bringing together these different aspects of nanobioelectrochemistry, this book provides a valuable source of information for many students and scientists.

Analytical And Physical Electrochemistry

Author : Hubert H. Girault
ISBN : 1439807841
Genre : Science
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The study of electrochemistry is pertinent to a wide variety of fields, including bioenergetics, environmental sciences, and engineering sciences. In addition, electrochemistry plays a fundamental role in specific applications as diverse as the conversion and storage of energy and the sequencing of DNA. Intended both as a basic course for undergraduate students and as a reference work for graduates and researchers, Analytical and Physical Electrochemistry covers two fundamental aspects of electrochemistry: electrochemistry in solution and interfacial electrochemistry. By bringing these two subjects together into a single volume, the author clearly establishes the links between the physical foundation and the analytical applications of electrochemistry. The philosophy of Analytical and Physical Electrochemistry has been to publish all the mathematical derivations in detail, allowing you, if you so desire, to follow the calculations that lead to the main results. With this rigorous approach, the author has provided a book of reference constructed from first principles. In this respect, the nomenclature and standards of the IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) are observed.

Biomedical Applications

Author : Stojan S. Djokić
ISBN : 9781461431251
Genre : Science
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Various metallic or non-metallic surfaces are frequently treated by elewctrochemical methods (e.g. electrodeposition, electroless deposition, anodization, passivation, etc.) in order to achieve a desirable property important for biomedical applications. Applications include orthopedic or dental implants, dressings for wound healing and different skin diseases, surfaces for the prevention of bio-film formation of corrosion inhibition in biological media. The aim of this issue of Modern Aspects of Electrochemistry is to review the latest developments of the surface treatments for biomedical applications in relation to electrochemical science and technology. This new volume of Modern Aspect of Electrochemistry brings to the scientists, engineers and students summarized results and new concepts of surface treatments for the biomedical applications which may have significant influence for the future practical applications.

Microelectrode Biosensors

Author : Stéphane Marinesco
ISBN : 1627033696
Genre : Medical
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For molecules that are not directly electroactive, it is necessary to modify a microelectrode by grafting polymeric or enzymatic membranes capable of translating a local concentration into an electrical current, which is a concept referred to as biosensing. In Microelectrode Biosensors, experts in the field cover the topic of electrochemical biosensor technology as applied to the neurosciences. The volume opens with a section addressing the specific issue of manufacturing biosensors that can be implanted in the central nervous system for neurotransmitter detection, and it then continues with sections on recent studies where biosensors have made a difference in bringing a new level of understanding of signaling mechanisms in neuroscience as well as recent developments in biosensor technology that have not yet been applied to implantable microelectrodes but may have great potential. Written for the Neuromethods series, this work contains the kind of detailed descriptions and implementation advice necessary to achieve successful results. Focused and cutting-edge, Microelectrode Biosensors serves to inspire the wider neuroscience and physiology community to adopt these powerful methods in their own applications in order to move the field forward with the widespread advances that will most likely flow from the adoption of biosensing as part of the standard laboratory toolkit.

England S Rural Realms

Author : Edward Bujak
ISBN : 9780857712417
Genre : Business & Economics
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England’s Rural Realms re-examines the decline of the owners of the great landed estates by placing the Victorian globalisation of trade alongside the democratisation of the English countryside. It reveals that the economic decline experienced by landowners was balanced by their continued social and political influence in the countryside up to the Great War. In local government, on Poor Law Boards, Parish, District and County Councils and the Magistrates Bench, local landowners continued to make their presence felt in both the farmhouse and the cottage._x000D_ _x000D_ As the largest providers of cottages before the appearance of Council housing, and as the primary provider of farm improvements since the 1840s, landowners built up a pool of local goodwill that carried them through both the appearance of the National Agricultural Labours Union in the 1870s and the Farmers Alliance in the 1880s. This goodwill saw them continue to represent the communities in the orbit of their estates up to the Great War. This pattern was also repeated in elections to Parliament although in the democratic era the social influence of local landowners was geared more toward promoting the interests of their party than that of the old ‘landed interest’. _x000D_ _x000D_ On the sporting field, as well as the hustings, the squire was still a visible figure in the late Victorian countryside. It was this sporting lifestyle, when combined with living in a stately home, surrounded by an estate that still bestowed upon its owner a standing in society that no other form of property could match, that continued to draw new money into the agriculturally depressed countryside of the 1880s and 1890s. As the fifth Lord Henniker observed in 1875, ‘every owner of purely agricultural land would be a richer man by investing his capital in almost any other security’ but land was preferred on account of the ‘opportunity to lead a useful life, which its possession afforded beyond all other kinds of property’._x000D_ _x000D_ By working through a ‘mass of new material’ from Suffolk, a county both at the forefront of the ‘golden age’ of agricultural improvement and thus hardest hit by the agricultural depression, England’s Rural Realms offers readers a reassessment of the social durability of landownership on the grand scale across the English countryside. In so doing, it ‘successfully weaves the national with the local’ to quote Professor Richard Hoyle, ‘correcting and illuminating more received wisdom as it goes’

Peacebuilding Through Community Based Ngos

Author : Max O. Stephenson
ISBN : 1565494261
Genre : Political Science
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Peacebuilding Through Community-Based NGOs explores the contested but increasingly relevant role nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) play in processes aimed at bringing about international peace and security and in the invention of alternatives for resolving conflict. Through case studies of Partners In Health (Haiti), Women in Black (Serbia), and the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland highlight the range of ways these organizations are involved in post-conflict social reconstruction efforts and with whom and for what purposes they interact as they do so. The authors argue for analyses that take into account the rich mosaic that is the civil society sector rather than treating all of these entities with one broad brush. At once a celebration and a critique, this book provides guidance for those seeking to understand the complexities and potential of the civil society sector for facilitating social justice and transformation.

Discharge Planning Handbook For Healthcare

Author : Ali Birjandi
ISBN : 142009534X
Genre : Medical
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Hidden opportunities to improve profits in the healthcare industry abound in the area of discharge planning. The Discharge Planning Handbook for Healthcare: Top Ten Secrets to Unlocking a New Revenue Pipeline provides innovative new solutions that will show hospital administrators how to turn one of the most antiquated aspects of healthcare into one of the most productive. The performance-improvement concepts and approaches discussed in this volume balance all aspects of existing business models and provide a new approach to managing the discharge planning process. Management engineer and Six Sigma Black Belt Ali Birjandi and registered nurse and administrative director Lisa M. Bragg employ innovative solutions to help readers: Redefine the concept of discharge planning Assign the proper metrics The COS-Q snapshot – a new tool for success Employ Lean concepts in redesign Apply a practical approach to improvement Create a culture that produces results An extended case study invites managers and administrators to take an interactive approach to the learning and applying of these concepts. A spreadsheet tool is included to help readers stay on task in their quest to improve efficiency and quality of care. The approach and methods taught in this book have led to dramatic results in a number of institutions. When adopted by your organization, they can help to improve performance and boost revenue.

For Your Own Good

Author : Jacob Sullum
ISBN : 9780684871158
Genre : History
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The tobacco controversy is usually portrayed as a battle between selfless defenders of public health and greedy merchants of death. In For Your Own Good, award-winning journalist Jacob Sullum argues that such a view conceals the true nature of the crusade for a smoke-free society. As Sullum demonstrates, this struggle is not about the behavior of corporations; it's about the behavior of individuals. It is an attempt by one group of people to impose their tastes and preferences on another. For Your Own Good shows that long before Philip Morris or R. J. Reynolds existed, tobacco's opponents condemned smoking as disgusting, immoral, addictive, unhealthy, and inconsiderate. In recent decades, they have used scientific evidence that smoking is hazardous to enlist the state in their crusade, arguing that the government has an obligation to discourage behavior that might lead to disease or injury. Given this country's tradition of limited government, however, Americans tend to be skeptical of this argument. Sullum justifies their misgivings, noting that achieving a "smoke-free society" in a nation where tens of millions choose to smoke is necessarily an exercise in tyranny. It therefore comes as no surprise that tobacco's opponents resort to censorship, punitive taxes, violations of property rights, and other coercive tactics. Sullum argues that such uses of state power are illegitimate and dangerous, threatening the freedom of anyone who dares to trade longevity for pleasure. In response to this charge, tobacco's opponents have offered various rationales designed to overcome suspicions of paternalism. They have portrayed tobacco advertising as an insidious force that seduces people into acting against their interests. They have said that smoking imposes costs on society that need to be recouped through special taxes. They have claimed that secondhand smoke poses a grave threat to bystanders, so smoking should be confined to the home. They have accused the tobacco companies of hiding the truth about the hazards and addictiveness of smoking, preventing their customers from making informed decisions. They have described nicotine addiction as a compulsive and possibly contagious illness, fitting nicely with the public health mission to control disease. Often these arguments are combined with appeals to protect children, as when former FDA commissioner David A. Kessler called smoking "a pediatric disease." Sullum refutes each of these claims and shows that the anti-smoking crusade in fact rests on two complementary beliefs: that the government should stamp out the use of hazardous drugs and that it should deter activities that impair "the public health." He argues that the dangerous implications of these ideas extend far beyond tobacco.

Pip Pup

Author : Eugene Yelchin
ISBN : 9781627793940
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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An adorable baby chick and puppy become barnyard friends in this wordless picture book from Newbery Honor author Eugene Yelchin. Across the barnyard, Pip the chick spots a new friend to play with—Pup! But Pup isn't sure he likes how Pip plays—too rough. These two friends will weather the storm though. A bright, fun celebration of spring and friendship! - GODWIN BOOKS -

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