About James Orland
Master’s Degree in Computer Science from La Trobe University.
Working as a Sr. Software Engineering in Multinational company
I have worked as a Web Designer in Bloomtools. It is a leading developer in Australia which provides internet marketing tools for every size of business. My responsibilities were to design and develop customized web based applications and also for developing and implementing several web based applications by using of PHP. I have developed many websites of E-Commerce. Currently, I am working as an online tutor for 3 years. Provide help to the students in understanding the programming languages in a better way so that they can achieve their academic goals. If needed, provide assistance in an assignment work of computer science.
Areas of expertise include PHP4 and PHP3 web development. Also, I hold a good understanding in UNIX, LINUX, and many more.
Reading books, Programming and Designing, and listening to music.
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1: Questions: –Organic chemistry: polymerisation reaction
Description: – The experiment is about organic chemistry: the first experiment was about : generation of ethyne, the second was about synthesis of thermosetting resin, the third one was about: nylon rope-trick-making a thermoplastic polymer. these has to be joined in one lab report. please re-word the report. plus reference, discussion and conclusion section to be completed. furthermore the abstract has to be as a paragraph no titles .
2: Questions: –Molybdenum carbonyl complexes, sharpless, heterocyclic
Description: – Please resolve questions added at the end of each experiment
3: Questions: –Analytical Chemistry
Description: – Analytical chemistry and its importance in terms of acids and other uses?
4: Questions: –Proteins and enzymes
Description: – Description: 2.1 Describe and explain the structure and function between globular proteins and fibrous proteins. – The role of hydrogen bonding and other bonds in secondary, tertiary and quaternary structure? 2.2 Major feratures of storage and structural polysaccharides – Name the storage polysaccharides and describe their main features and functions – Name the structural polyssacharides and describe their main features. 2.3 Roles of the nucleic acid s in protein biosynthesis with reference to the structural differences between DNA and different types of RNA -Outline the stages in protein synthesis -Describe briefly the roles of nucleic acids in protein biosynthesis. The structural difference between DNA and different types of RNA should be also taken into account for their roles. 2.4Structural Features and properties of phospholipids Describe the structural features of phospholipids -Explain the properties of phospholipids and together with their structural features enable them to form cell membranes. NOTE: PLEASE PUT SOME DIAGRAMS/drawings HARVARD REFERENCING
5: Questions: –Features of and Links between major Metabolic Pathways
Description: – (3.1) Function of the main metabolic pathways and the relationships between them (i) Foodstuffs provide energy in higher organisms. Outline the three necessary stages in the extraction of energy from food. (ii) Glucose is the simple sugar formed from the hydrolysis of polysaccharides. Name the main metabolic pathways in the breakdown of glucose to produce ATP in cells. (iii) Glycolysis is the first stage in the catabolism of glucose. Use a diagram (sequence of reactions) to outline the chemical reactions involved in glycolysis. Give a summary of this pathway. (iv) Summarise the fermentation process (v) Explain the gluconeogenesis pathway and its significance. Draw a diagram to show chemical reactions involved in this process. (vi) Use a diagram to summarise the citric acid cycle and its location (vii) Give a brief account on the electron transport chain in cells and explain its significance (viii) Describe briefly how fatty acids are produced from fats in cells. Outline the process of fatty acid breakdown. Draw a diagram with chemical reactions involved in fatty acid Î² oxidation. (ix) Describe the links between these major metabolic pathways in cells. Use a diagram to show these links. (3.2) Processes that control metabolic pathways. (i) Explain the role of an enzyme often catalysing an early reaction of a metabolic pathway (ii) Describe the usual properties that are expected for a regulating enzyme. (iii) Describe the significance of the irreversible steps in metabolic pathways and of the enzyme catalysing an early reaction. (3.3) Explain the apparent irreversible steps in glycolysis and the role of gluconeogenesis in overcoming them (i) Describe the apparent irreversible steps in glycolysis and their significance (ii) Explain the control sites in glycolysis and enzymes involved (iii) Explain how gluconeogenesis bypass the essential irreversibility of the corresponding reactions in glycolysis. (3.4) Explain the control of glycolysis and gluconeogenesis exhibited by phosphofructokinase (PFK1) (i) Explain why there is a need for the rate of conversion of glucose into pyruvate in glycolysis is controlled. (ii) Describe the main control point of glycolysis and the enzyme involved. (iii) Briefly describe the other control sites and enzymes involved in glycolysis. (iv) Explain the control of gluconeogenesis and the role of phosphofructokinase in both gluconeogenesis and glycolysis.
6: Questions: –Nitrogen
Description: – Information about how it moves in the environment. 800 words essay on the biogeochemical cycling of the element include basic information. no plagiarise
7: Questions: –Chemical kinetics
Description: – Please complete at 01/10/2013 2pm (China Standard Time) There is no word requirement for these 3 chemistry questions, but please show your working outs step by step and lay them out clearly. Dont jump steps please, so I can understand them. Thx
8: Questions: –Chemistry
Description: – My classmate failed to pay for the same questions last time, so we will try it again. The website claimed the questions could be done in 20 hours, please complete it as soon as possible. Don’t just write down the answer, but lay out the euqations used and working out processes clearly, and save in word doc 2003 (the old version, not docx)
9: Questions: –Alchemy, Drugs & the Quest for Immortality – CBMS234
Description: – Pls do the assignment with high quality, the resources for this assignment you will find is really easy to find information. Pls write with good grammar and language ability.
10: Questions: –Understanding the relationship between the structure of food carbohydrates and their functions in foodstuffs
Description: – (1.1) Explaining how carbohydrates are affected by food processing (i) Describe and explain the structures of straight-chain monosaccharides: glucose, fructose and galactose, using Fischer and Haworth projections. (ii) Explain the formation of ring structures of important monosaccharides described in (i) and the significance of ring structures to their chemical properties. (iii) Explain the formation of glycosidic bonds to form three main disaccharides: sucrose, maltose and lactose. Explain the reducing power of disaccharides if any. (iv) Describe the structures of starch, starch granules, amylose, amylopectin, cellulose, pectin, alginate, carrageenan, homo- and hetero-glycans. (v) Explain how carbohydrate structures and chemical properties are affected by different methods being used in food processing. (vi) Report and discuss the results of your investigation on the reducing power of monosaccharides and disaccharides, and on the hydrolysis of sucrose and starch (1.2) Evaluating the relationship between the structure of food carbohydrates and their function as thickeners and gelling agents (i) Explain the processes of gelatinisation and retrogradation of starch. (ii) Describe the effect of chemical modification on the properties of starch. (iii) Describe how glucose syrups are made and their properties. (iv) Explain the role of hydrogen bonding in thickening and gelling processes. (v) Explain the role of pH in thickening and gelling processes, and the role of carboxylate ions of pectin in these processes. (vi) Explain the importance of using calcium ions Ca2+ in gelling. Discuss its significance. (vii) Explain the importance of linear and branched chains to the thickening and gelling processes. (viii) Describe the important uses of glucose syrups, especially as sweeteners, thickeners and humectants. (ix) Describe the browning of food and explain the browning reactions that occur in food. (x) Describe and explain the effects of processing conditions such as heat, pH and browning reactions on carbohydrates and food products. (xi) Report and discuss the results of your investigation on the physical and chemical properties of starch, and on the thickening and gelling properties of plain flour and corn flour
11: Questions: –Reaction rate
Description: – Please let me know if you can help with these and also how much it will cost.
12: Questions: –Ethanol
Description: – I am not sure about the word limit. And I know I need reference but don’t know how many so maybe around 3-5 would be enough I guess.
13: Questions: –Cinnamon and Cassia
Description: – Please refer to the uploaded files. This assignment is about summarizing a journal. please follow the guidelines in the file “2962assignmentF_2013.pdf”
14: Questions: –4 chemistry questions
Description: – Save answer in doc (Word 2003) Write down the reasons why you choose the methods you use for the answers. Show all the working out processes clearly, not just the answers. Send me the answer in email with all the answers, including any answers written by pen on paper (paste these answer into Microsft Word 2003, if not, save them as .jpg)
15: Questions: –Plutonium formation
Description: – Tutorial 5 Plutonium formation and use. Data: For 235U Ïƒcapture235 =101 b ; Ïƒf235 = 579 b For 238U Ïƒa238 = 2Â·72 b For 239Pu Ïƒcapture239 = 271 b ; Ïƒf239 = 749 b A reactor contains U kg of 235U, P kg 239Pu H kg of 238U The neutron flux is Ï† Ã— 1016 neutrons m-2s â€“1 We consider for the present question U and P varying with time but Ï† and H as constant. Take Ï† = 10 and H = 100 103 kg Q1 Show that the rate of loss of 235U is given by dU dt = â€“ k1 Ï† U in kg/thousand hours where k1 = 0Â·00245 Q2 Show that the rate of loss of 239Pu is given by dP dt = â€“ k2 Ï† U in kg/thousand hours and determine the value of k2. Q3 Show that the rate of creation of 239Pu is k3 Ï† H in kg/1000 hrs and determine the value of k3 Q4 Prove that in this case if P(0) = 0 and U(0) = 715 U(t) = 715 exp(â€“ 0Â·02445 t) and P(t) = 266Â·7 [1 â€“ exp(â€“ 0.245 t) ] with t in units of 1000 hrs. Make a sketch graph showing how P(t) and U(t) vary with time. Q5 Find the power outputs at the start and after 1 year, After one year what is the ratio of power from 239Pu to that from 235U fissions ?