A type 4 incident that is concluded within one operational period will usually not need the activation of the?
Strategic decisions are fundamental and directional, and over-arching. Operational decisions, on the other hand, primarily affect the day-to-day implementation of strategic decisions. While strategic decisions usually have longer-term implications, operational decisions usually have immediate (less than one year) implications.
Enzymes speed up chemical reactions What are enzymes and what effect do they have on activation energy?
Incident light is the light that falls from the source onto the subject. It is usually measured with a hand-held instrument (often digital, these days) called an incident-light meter. Readings are usually taken from the subject's position, with the receptor-cell of the meter facing back toward the camera. Some incident-light meters are dedicated to that function. Others can measure "reflected" light (light that is reflected from the subject) and have a module for measuring incident…
In chemistry, activation energy is a term introduced in 1889 by the Swedish scientist Svante Arrhenius that means the minimum energy that must be input to a chemical system with potential reactants to cause a chemical reaction. Activation energy may also be defined as the minimum energy required to start a chemical reaction.The activation energy of a reaction is usually denoted by Ea and given in units of kilojoules per mole
When an incident occurs and relevant agencies or departments are dispatched to the scene the lead agency assumes Incident Command and a PIO is designated. This person is usually?
Catalysts lower the activation energy required for the reaction to take place. By lowering the activation energy, reactants can absorb less energy and still react appropriately. This usually means, reactions can be done at lower temperatures. Also, this speeds up the overall reaction because more reactants are able to overcome the activation energy than before.
How do you answer a literature question that ask how the author make an incident particularly powerful?
Metals are conductive, maliable and are usually in the beggining of compounds name. They have metallic bonds. They are metallic and low in electronegativity. They have larger radii and smaller activation energy. Non-metals are not conductive nor maliable. They usually come at the end of a compound name. Alone some are diatomic. They are high in electronegativity. They have smaller radii and have higher activation energy