IJOART Volume 6, Issue 11, November 2017 Edition


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Studies of preparation and application properties of a new 4,4-diamino biphenyl stilbene - 2,2-disulphonic acid based reactive dye having two vinylsulfone paraester groups[]


Reactive colors were at first acquainted industrially for application with cellulosic filaments and this was as yet their most vital utilize. The development rate of responsive colors for cellulosic strands was relied upon to keep expanding. The present research was identified with combine of new 4,4-diamino biphenyl stilbene - 2,2-disulphonic acid based reactive color. The reactive color was orchestrated through condensation and coupling forms. The basic portrayal of integrated 4,4-diamino biphenyl stilbene - 2,2-disulphonic corrosive based receptive color was finished with fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR). The integrated color had been connected on cotton texture by exhaust process. The various after-effects of salt concentration, dyeing time, and dyeing temperature were also determined by exhaust technique.


Evaluation des propriétés fonctionnelles et activité antioxydante d’amandes de mangue produites en Côte d’Ivoire[]


The present study aims to evaluate the functional properties and antioxidant activities of mango kernel kernel flour in order to identify appropriate uses in nutrition and food technology. After coring, the almonds of the mangoes were dried at 50 ° C for 72 h and then ground into flour.


Historical Survey of Limmu Oromo of East Wallaga, Ca. 1880s-1974[]


This research is meant to reconstruct the history of Limmu Oromo of East Wallaga zone, focusing on the period between the 16thcenturys to 19thcentury.In this research, emphasis is given to the continuity and changes that have been taking place in these periods among the Macca Oromo of Wallaggaa in general and that of Limmu Oromo in particular. The processes of Menelik’s conquest of the Macca Oromo of Wallaggaa in the late 19th century has not yet fully reconstructed Oljira Tujuba and Tesema Ta’a have recently dealt some of the salient features of the conquest. As far as the Limmu Oromo are concerned, however, those scholars have so far focused more on the activities of the conquerors rather than on the dilemma of the victims of expansion.


Business Intelligence at Uber[]


Business Intelligence (BI) makes use of methods, processes, and technologies that help organizations to collect, store, report, and analyze business data for purposes of facilitating decision making. Institutions of higher learning are going through ab period of transformation as they become digitalized to make them competitive like other organizations. There is need to adopt technologies to improve the quality and efficiency of delivering study processes and enhancing the experience of students. Furthermore, learning institutions need to attract and retain students to sustain higher graduation rates (Deng, & Chi, 2012). Thus, business intelligence can help the management of higher education institutions access and utilize relevant and timely information to make decisions that can help improve key performance indicators.



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