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Having no wish to follow into the family firm he decided that he wanted to be an architect and after he finished his schooling he was articled to a local practice. However, he soon realised that he needed a broader education and enrolled himself full-time at the Birmingham School of Architecture, then part of the College of Art. Gibberd worked on the Southampton Civic Centre commission during his time at the practice, until he was laid off in the recession of the early s.

Rather than seek work in another office he decided to go into business on his own account.

At this time he became involved in the Modern Architectural Research Group, one of a number of initiatives which hoped to promote Modernism in Britain, but undoubtedly the most successful as it was able to capitalise on desjgn influx of designers and architects who were leaving Nazi Germany and towh to work in London. As an enthusiastic Modernist, the principles adopted by MARS would have a profound effect on his early career. He also travels in Europe and studies classical and modern examples of urban design which influence his ideas on town design and placemaking.

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In he comes to the attention of a developer who was looking for an innovative scheme for a substantial low cost private housing scheme comprising over flats on a site in Streatham. The client gives Gibberd a free hand in the design and it becomes the perfect opportunity to produce a pared-down modernist solution.

Despite taking time to obtain the necessary consents the scheme is a great success. Known as Pullman Court, it is planned as a series of blocks to retain as many of the mature trees on the site and provides flats of varying sizes to suit the demand for homes for young professional people; on-site amenities include a swimming pool, restaurant, social club and roof gardens.

The site is one of several originally developed to help finance the re-erection of the Great Exhibition building and was occupied by a substantial villa, called Belvedere. This is acquired by a developer who commissions Gibberd to design Park Court, a series of apartment buildings to replace the original house, while retaining its mature trees. The simple blocks of rendered brickwork and steel windows are efficiently planned and arranged to segregate public and private spaces.

The three-story blocks are later restored after war damage to their original condition but are subsequently extended by others with the addition of an incongruous mansard roof. Completion of the redevelopment of the site of a Victorian villa in the hinterland of the High Street in Southgate, North London and known as Ellington Court. The scheme provides 40 flats in a bold modernist style in contrast to the other neo-Georgian developments of the time. At the insistence of the local authority the blocks are executed in brickwork, and bizarrely insists that all drainage is run externally.

The elevations are articulated by horizontal and vertical brick patterning with the vertical circulation elements expressed as tall stair towers. The interior design of the flats is also by Frederick Gibberd and the layout include large sliding doors to give greater flexibility to the internal floor plans. Architectural competitions are an important source of work for Gibberd and will remain so throughout his career.

The winning design for a new Nurses Home at the Macclesfield General Hospital in Cheshire becomes the last major commission for the practice before the outbreak of World War Two.

The accommodation provides bedrooms for nurses and day rooms for social events. The three storey block in framed construction with plain brickwork, steel windows and concrete detailing, foreshadows the style which would later characterise much of post-war building in Britain. Due to a history of chronic kidney infection, Frederick Gibberd is declared unfit for military service and the practice closes down for the duration of the Second World War.

During the early part of the war he is employed in the Air Raid Precautions department of the Borough of Hampstead where his knowledge of reinforced concrete construction proves to be an asset.

Whilst there he is engaged in surveying frexerick in frdeerick borough and strengthening the basements of many buildings to form shelters.

Public surface shelters are also planned at street level in preparation for the anticipated air raids which commence in the summer, culminating in the Blitz on the City of London later in the year. During the War the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London is evacuated to Mount House in the suburb of Barnet, and the numbers drastically scaled-down. Frederick Gibberd is appointed as a Studio Master and fredrrick becomes its Principal. Under his tutelage are Hidalgo Jacko Moya and Philip Powell, a talented pair of young students who would both later work for Gibberd before launching their own practice after winning the Churchill Fredegick competition in Pimlico.

Like many architects and student, he develops a particular interest in hown planning which gains momentum with the progress of the war. Whilst at the Architectural Association, Gibberd takes the opportunity to enter himself for the examination for the Town Planning Institute, successfully becoming a member. Many years later, inhe would receive the Gold Medal from the Institute for his achievements in town planning and urban design. The morale-boosting open air exhibition involving over 23, items from tanks to shoelaces graphically illustrates the resources that are needed to successfully prosecute the war.

The exhibition runs for two months before transferring to Birmingham and Cardiff the following year. Following the Blitz on London the Dseign Institute of Frederic Architects establishes a reconstruction committee in to consider how the city should be rebuilt.

He experiments with concepts such as ‘landscape wedges’ to bring green spaces into urban areas – something which would influence his later planning schemes. Frederick Gibberd is appointed as masterplanner for the site and for the fredeirck of the central terminal buildings then envisaged as a maximum of three and the various ancillary spaces such as car parks, cargo terminals and baggage handling facilities.

The work at Heathrow Airport will continue for the rest of his time in practice as the temporary buildings are replaced frederifk permanent structures, rail connections built and innovations such as gaterooms added to keep pace with the development of the aviation industry and the boom in commercial travel and package holidays. Whilst the BISF design is purposely conservative in appearance, its construction is a highly innovative and represents an efficient response to the challenge of providing good quality housing quickly.

Unlike many other types it is intended to last up to 60 years and 36, units are erected.

Harlow Master Plan

It is testament to the quality of the BISF houses that many last well into the 21st century, significantly exceeding their original design lifespan. The majority of these are sited outside the green belt around London. Frederick Gibberd is appointed for the development of Harlow in Essex with a remit to accommodate 60, inhabitants. He takes up residence in the existing Harlow village, cycling around the site of the new town whilst formulating his plans.

He will remain in Harlow for the rest of his life. He opens a second office in the town which supervises the implementation of the various phases of development over the next four decades. Gibberd completely reorganises the development to create a variety of forms and building types with human-scaled spaces between, and carries out the design of the initial phases as exemplars. He goes on to plan and design several estates in Hackney including the award-winning Somerford Grove development and the Rectory Road estate.

Following involvement with the BISF Prefabricated House project, Frederick Gibberd is commissioned by the Appleby Frodingham Company to rebuild their steel rolling mills in Lincolnshire, as well as providing new ancillary accommodation such as the drawing office, and power plant. The mills are required to remain in production throughout and the new envelope of steel construction is designed to be erected around it. The project is the start of a long association with the firm and its successors, and the design of a number of industrial plants for a variety of public and private clients including Imperial Chemical Industries ICIWhitbread Breweries and the Ministry of Works.

Originally intended to be four storeys higher, it is planned as a vertical ‘marker’ to indicate the entrance to the town from the nearby major approach road, but the Housing Ministry limits it to ten floors.

The tower includes one bedroom flats and bedsitting rooms arranged around a central core, with balconies on the radiating arms, and is specifically designed for people without children; family housing is provided in adjoining low rise terraces with access to gardens.

The building is later listed as an example of the best of British housing design, and wins numerous awards including the Ministry of Health Housing medal, and a Festival of Britain Award. Gibberd faces considerable bureaucracy and had hoped for a site nearer to the main exhibition, but has to settle for a more remote site in Poplar already being developed by the London County Council.

A talented team of leading architects, engineers and landscape designers is assembled to successfully launch the exhibition on time in what is now part of the Lansbury Estate in Tower Hamlets, London. In addition to preparing the original masterplan for Harlow the practice updates the plan periodically.

The market is developed over the next decade and includes a public house The Painted Lady one of several themed on butterflies throughout the town, a post office and a bank, and the market office building with its distinctive Festival-style clock commemorating Eric Adams the Development Corporation’s first general manager.

As with the rest of the town which has works by Henry Moore and Elisabeth Frink, there is a generous provision of public art, notably Ralph Brown’s sculpture ‘The Meat Porters’ which is installed in Throughout his career Gibberd wrote extensively about his ideas and designs and produced many successful publications. One of his first books was surprisingly for a modernist a history of architecture: He prepares monographs on many of his completed projects including the masterplan for Harlow.

One of the first office buildings to be built following the lifting of the post-war austerity office building restrictions in is Albert Embankment – designed for the National Dock Labour Board as their Headquarters in London. It is faced with reconstructed Portland stone with structural mullions in pre-cast concrete framing the ubiquitous Crittal steel windows of the period. Gibberd is made a Commander of the British Empire for his services to Architecture.

By a significant portion of the permanent Central Terminal Area of Heathrow Airport has been completed, transferring operations from the prefabricated perimeter buildings to the main core area, and the access tunnel from the Bath Road is finally complete.

Originally planned for a maximum of 1. Frederick Gibberd purchased a property in Marsh Lane, Harlow when he took on the commission for designing the new town. The house itself is of little merit: The garden remains a work-in-progress for the next 30 years and various elements salvaged from his commissions would find their way into the scheme, including boulders from the Lyn Celyn Reservoir, columns from the demolished parts of Coutts Bank in London, as well some 80 sculptures from leading artists, many personal friends.

Several years after his death, and after some neglect, the Gibberd Garden is restored. The garden and house are later placed in the care of a Trust and are now open to the public. With the expansion in education the practice becomes involved with a number of higher and further education commissions including works in Huddersfield and later at Hull. Frederick Gibberd is appointed consultant for the design of the Civic Centre in St Albans, one of a number of municipal schemes he is to carry out in key locations.

The most successful building of the Council group, the Civic Hall later renamed the Alban Arena is designed by Gibberd in a restrained modern movement style: The corners are glazed to reveal the structural form, with internal corner columns visible within – around which rise the staircases in an elegantly simple manner.

Unfortunately, later additions fail to respect the symmetry of the original conception.

Frederick Gibberd becomes involved in the design of several research facilities including laboratories for Shell at Thornton Heath where he designs the main buildings. At Sittingbourne in Kent he plans the future development of the Shell Agro-Chemicals Research Centre at Woodstock Farm and continues to design facilities for the company, which includes numerous technical buildings as well as sports and welfare accommodation, until its closure in Construction work begins on the new Ulster Hospital.

The practice is appointed to plan the new site at Dundonald, which is needed to replace the city centre bibberd hospital that was badly damaged in the Belfast Blitz of Whilst the hospital is in temporary premises, an exhaustive series of briefing meetings takes place with the clinical teams in order to ensure that freverick requirements are incorporated in the scheme. Planned for a maximum of beds, the hospital is described at the time as a model of functional excellence and distinctive beauty, planned not only for the present but to meet future needs.

The Oceanic Terminal becomes the second major terminal structure to be erected at Heathrow and is planned to handle arrivals giberd departures to long haul destinations integrated within the same building. At this time the airport had a direct helicopter service to Central London and a helipad is included on the roof. Renamed Terminal 3, it goes on to handle more gibberx 15 million passengers annually, exceeding all original forecasts. The eight-storey concrete-framed building with its distinctive skyline addresses the open space and terminates the vista from the gardens; behind this block various studios with north light roofs are subsequently erected.

The building now accommodates the principle activities of what has become the largest Further Education College in the country. After purchasing the site, the community eventually looks at redeveloping the site and appoints Frederick Gibberd to prepare the masterplan for Douai Abbey which is adopted on the Diamond Jubilee of its English foundation. He designs functional monastic blocks centered around the, then partially built, abbey church, which was to be completed some thirty years later by ecclesiastical architect Michael Blee.

The practice develops a long-standing association with Taylor Woodrow for the design of a number of coastal power generating stations.

In the early s it is commissioned for the architectural and landscape design of Didcot Power Station, a coal and oil-fired plant at Sutton Courtenay then in Berkshire. The scheme comprises six distinctively shaped hyperboloid cooling towers disposed about the main turbine halls and a fredrick chimney, one of the tallest structures in the UK.

It is decommissioned 50 year later. The practice is involved in the architectural and landscape design for a number of reservoirs including Kielder Water in Northumberland – the largest man-made lake in the largest man-made forest in Europe. One of the earliest – and most controversial – is Llyn Celyn Reservoir which is completed in This is ordered without local consultation by Act of Parliament and is built to supply the City of Liverpool and the Wirral Peninsula.

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Hemos or- ganizado los captulos y secciones de manera que correspondan al libro Clcrrlo vectorial de Marsden y Tromba, tercera edicin. Cada seccin contiene objetivos, recomenda- ciones para el estudio y lo ms importante soluciones de los ejercicios seleccionados. Adems, hemos escrito vectoril ejemplos de exmenes. Los objetivos son un resumen corto de lo que debes aprender en cada seccin y de lo que debes entender antes de pasar a la siguiente.

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Para entender qu pasa debes hacer ejercicios. Si te has perdido o te has dormido en clase, como alguno de nosotros siempre hizotrabajar sobre las soluciones detalladas puede ayudarte a encontrar el camino de regreso.

Si te sientes inseguro antes de los exmenes, la mejor manera de estudiar es hacer ejercicios y problemas calcu,o y comparar tus respuestas con las nuestras.

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Tambin queremos agradecer a Andrew Hwang, quien edicoon muchas de las soluciones y a Sean Bates por sus contribuciones. Poder realizar las siguientes operaciones con vectores: Dados un vector y un punto, saber encontrar la ecuacin de la recta que pasa por el punto y que tiene la misma direccin del vector.

Dados dos puntos, encontrar la ecuacin de la recta que pasa a travs de stos. El smbolo R o R’ representa al conjunto de todos los puntos de la recta real o a un espacio de dimensin 1. R2 es el conjunto de todos los pares ordenados x, y que estn en el plano, un espacio de dimensin 2. R3 representa al conjunto de todas las ternas ordenadas x, y, z que estn en un espacio de dimensin 3. En general, el “exponente” en R” indica cuntas componentes tiene cada vector.

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Trata de comparar los mtodos vectoriales con los no vectoriales haciendo el ejemplo 7 sin vectores. Como los vectores tienen magnitud y direccin, se pueden representar gr3ficamente. Por lo tanto, con frecuencia es til hacer un diagrama con objeto de visualizar un problema vectorial.

Debemos resolver las ecuaciones siguientes: En el eje z los puntos tienen coordenadas de la forma O, 0, z edicio, por lo tanto, debemos restringir los valores de x y y a O. X En el plano xz los puntos tienen coorde- nadas de la forma x, O, zPor lo tanto, debemos restringir el valor de y a O.

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Bouveault-blanc Reduction is an Organic Reaction in which the Esters are Reduced to Primary Alcohols. Learn about Bouveault Blanc Reduction Mechanism. Bouveault–Blanc reduction The Bouveault–Blanc reduction is a chemical reaction in which an ester is reduced to primary alcohols using absolute ethanol and.
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The Bouveault—Blanc reduction is a chemical reaction in which an ester is reduced to primary alcohols using absolute ethanol and sodium metal.

This reaction is used as an industrial alternative to lithium aluminium hydride reduction. Sodium metal is a single-electron reducing agent, which means the sodium metal will transfer electrons one at a time. Four sodium atoms are obuveault-blanc to fully reduce each ester to alcohols, using ethanol as a bouveaut-blanc source, [1] bouveault-banc to the following stoichiometry:. This approach to reducing esters was widely used prior to the bouveault-nlanc of hydride reducing agents such as lithium aluminium hydride and sodium borohydride.

It requires vigorous reaction conditions and has a significant risk of fires, explaining its relative unpopularity. A modification reported in involving encapsulating the alkali metal into a silica gel, which has a safety and yield profile similar to that of hydride reagents.

Four sodium atoms are required to fully reduce each ester to alcohols, using ethanol as a proton source,[1] according to the following stoichiometry: Oxidation ladders such as this one are used to illustrate sequences of carbonyls which can be interconverted through oxidations or reductions.

In organic chemistry, carbonyl reduction is the organic reduction of any carbonyl group by a reducing agent. Typical carbonyl compounds are ketones, aldehydes, carboxylic acids, esters, and acid halides.

Carboxylic acids, esters, and acid halides can be reduced to either aldehydes or a step further to primary alcohols, depending on the strength of the reducing agent; aldehydes and ketones can be reduced respectively to primary and secondary alcohols.

In deoxygenation, the bouvexult-blanc can be further reduced and removed altogether. Metal hydrides based on boron and aluminum are common reducing agents; catalytic hydrogenation is also an important method of reducing carbonyls. Before the discovery of soluble hydride reagents, esters were reduced by the Bouveault—Blanc reduction,[1][2][3] employing a mixture of sodium metal in the presence of alcohols.

The Bouveault aldehyde synthesis also known as the Bouveault reaction is a one-pot substitution reaction that replaces an alkyl or aryl halide with a formyl group using a N,N-disubstituted formamide. For aryl halides this produces the corresponding carbaldehyde.

The Bouveault aldehyde bouveaultb-lanc is geduction example of a formylation reaction, and is named for French scientist Louis Bouveault.

Bouveault-Blanc Reduction

Reaction mechanism The first step of bouveault-b,anc Bouveault aldehyde synthesis is the formation of the Grignard reagent.

Upon addition of a N,N-disubstituted formamide such as DMF a hemiaminal is formed, which can easily be hydrolyzed into the desired aldehyde.

Variations Variants using organolithium reagents instead of magnesium-based Grignard reagents are also considered Bouveault reducton syntheses. The reaction is performed in aprotic solvents with a high boiling point, such as benzene and toluene in an oxygen free atmosphere of nitrogen as even traces of oxygen interfere with the reaction path and reduce the yield.

The use of protic solvents results in the Bouveault-Blanc reduction of the separate esters rather than condensation. Boyveault-blanc on ring size and steric properties, but independent from high dilution, the acyloin condensation of diesters favours intramolecular cyclisation over intermolecular polymerisation. To account for such cyclisation, it is suggested that the ends, where ester groups are present, are adsorbed, albeit bouevault-blanc, at nearby sites on the sodium metal.

Thus, the reactive ends are not available for polymerisation, thereby decreasing competition for the cyclisati It can be produced by the hydrogenation of oleic rreduction esters;[3] which can be obtained naturally from beef fat, fish oil and in particular olive oil from which it gains its name.

Production by the Bouveault—Blanc reduction of ethyl oleate or n-butyl oleate esters was teduction by Louis Bouveault in [4] and refuction refined. It has also been investigated as a carrier for delivering medications through the skin or mucus membranes; particularly the lungs.

Nascent hydrogen is a concept reduvtion was once invoked to explain dissolving-metal reactions, such as the Clemmensen reduction and the Bouveault—Blanc reduction.

Since organic compounds do not react with hydrogen gas, which is the normal form of this element, a special, highly reactive state, of hydrogen was postulated to explain this class of hydrogenation. It is now well understood that such reactions take place at the metal surface via one-electron reduction, and the concept of nascent hydrogen is discounted, even ridiculed.

Alexander Williamson used the concept repeatedly in his textbook Chemistry for Students, for example writing of the substitution reaction of carbon tetrachloride with hydrogen to form products such as chloroform and bouveault-blacn that the “hydrogen must for this purpose be in the nascent state, as free hydr Louis Bouveault 11 February — 5 September was a French scientist who became professor of organic chemistry at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Paris.

He is known for the Bouveault aldehyde synthesis and the Bouveault—Blanc reduction. Life Louis Bouveault was born on 11 February in Nevers.

He taught for a short period at the Medical Faculty in Lyon, then became a lecturer in general chemistry in Lyon. He influenced Victor Grignard to take up chemistry in In Lyon he investigated syntheses with camphor and terpenes.

Bouveault moved on from Lyon to Lille, Nancy and finally to Paris. The Birch reduction is an organic reaction which is particularly useful in synthetic organic chemistry.

The reaction was reported in by the Australian eeduction Arthur Birch — working in the Dyson Perrins Laboratory at the University rediction Oxford,[1][2][3][4][5][6] building on earlier work by Wooster and Godfrey published in It is the organic reduction of aromatic rings in liquid ammonia with sodium, lithium or potassium and an alcohol, such as ethanol and tert-butanol.

This reaction is quite unlike catalytic hydrogenation, which usually reduces the aromatic ring all the way to a cyclohexane.

The original reaction reported by Arthur Birch in used sodium and ethanol. Wilds later discovered that lithium gives better yields. The reaction is wi Ethyl oleate is a fatty acid ester formed by the condensation of oleic acid and ethanol. It is a colorless to light yellow liquid. Ethyl oleate is produced by the body during ethanol intoxication.

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Louis Bouveault used ethyl oleate to demonstrate Bouveault—Blanc reduction, producing oleyl alcohol and ethanol,[4] a method which was subsequently refined and published in Organic Syntheses. Ethyl oleate has been identified as a primer pheromone in honeybees. There is a growing body of research literature that implicates FAEEs such as ethyl ol The Blanc chloromethylation also called the Blanc reaction is the chemical reaction of aromatic rings with formaldehyde and hydrogen chloride catalyzed by zinc chloride or other Lewis acid to form chloromethyl arenes.

The reaction was discovered by Gustave Louis Blanc in Mechanism The reaction is carried out under acidic conditions and with a ZnCl catalyst. These conditions protonate the formaldehyde carbonyl making the carbon much more electrophilic. The aldehyde is then attacked by the aromatic pi-electrons, followed by rearomatization of the aromatic ring.

The benzyl alcohol thus formed is quickly converted to the chloride under the reaction conditions. Although the reaction is an efficient means of introducing a chloromethyl group, the production of small amounts of highly carcinogenic bis chloromethyl ether is a disadvan See also Maillard reaction References S.

Several isomers of dihydroanthracene are known, but the 9,10 derivative is most common. It is a colourless solid that is used as a carrier of H in various chemical reactions. Finally, it can also be prepared by the coupling of benzyl chloride using aluminium chloride as a catalyst. A solvated electron is a free electron in solvated in a solution, and is the smallest possible anion.

Solvated electrons occur widely, although it is difficult to observe them directly since their lifetimes are so short. The real hydration energy of the solvated electron can be estimated by using the hydration energy of proton in water combined with kinetic data from pulse radiolysis experiments.

The solvated electron forms an acid-base pair with atomic hydrogen. The solvated electron is responsible for a great deal of radiation chemistry. Alkali metals dissolve in liquid ammonia givin R can also be a hydrogen atom. In chemistry, an ester is a chemical compound derived from an acid organic or inorganic in which at least one —OH hydroxyl group is replaced by an —O—alkyl alkoxy group.

Glycerides, which are fatty acid esters of glycerol, are important esters in biology, being one of the main classes of lipids, and making up the bulk of animal fats and vegetable oils. Esters with low molecular weight are commonly used as fragrances and found in essential oils and pheromones. Phosphoesters form the backbone of DNA molecules. Nitrate esters, such as nitroglycerin, are known for their explosive properties, while polyesters are important plastics, with monomers linked by ester moieties.

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Esters usually have a sweet smell and are considered high-quality solvents for a broad array of plastics, plasticizers, resins, and lacquers. Mechanism A hydroxyl group is first derivitised into a stable and very often crystalline toluate derivative.

This radical could be used for further c The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to organic chemistry: Organic chemistry — scientific study of the structure, properties, composition, reactions, and preparation by synthesis or by other means of carbon-based compounds, hydrocarbons, and their derivatives.

These compounds may contain any number of other elements, including hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, the halogens as well as phosphorus, silicon, and sulfur. Well-known reactions and reagents in organic chemistry include 1,3-Dipolar cycloaddition 2,3-Wittig rearrangement A Abramovitch—Shapiro tryptamine synthesis Acetalisation Acetoacetic ester condensation Achmatowicz reaction Acylation Acyloin condensation Adams catalyst Adams decarboxylation Adkins catalyst Adkins—Peterson reaction Akabori amino acid reaction Alcohol oxidation Alder ene reaction Alder—Stein rules Aldol addition Aldol condensation Algar—Flynn—Oyamada reaction Alkylimino-de-oxo-bisubstitution Alkyne trimerisation Alkyne zipper reaction Allan—Robinson reaction Allylic rearrangement Amadori rearrangement Amine alkylation Angeli—Rimini reaction Andrussov oxidation Appel reaction Arbuzov reaction, Arbusow reaction Arens—van Dorp synthesis, Isler modification Aromatic nitration Arndt—Eistert reduuction Auwers synthesis Azo coupling Bouveajlt-blanc Baeyer—Drewson indigo synthesis Baeyer—Villiger oxidation Baeyer—Villiger rearrangement Bakeland process Bakelite It was discovered by Finholt, Bond and Schlesinger in The solid is dangerously reactive toward water, releasing gaseous hydrogen H.

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Some related derivatives have been discussed for hydrogen storage. Large-scale purifications employ a Soxhlet extractor. Commonly, the impure gray material is used in synthesis, since the impurities are innocuous and can reductipn easily separated from the organic products. The pure powdered material is pyrophoric, but not its large crystals.

An example fatty alcohol Fatty alcohols or long-chain alcohols are bouveault-blahc high-molecular-weight, straight-chain primary alcohols, but can also range from as few as 4—6 carbons to as many as 22—26, derived from natural fats and oils.

The precise chain length varies with the source. They are colourless oily liquids for smaller carbon numbers or waxy solids, although impure samples may appear yellow. Fatty alcohols usually have an even number of carbon atoms and a single alcohol group —OH attached to the terminal carbon. Some are unsaturated and some are branched. They are widely used in industry. As with fatty acids, they are often referred to generically by the number of carbon atoms in the molecule, such as “a C alcohol”, that is an alcohol having 12 carbons, for example dodecanol.

Production and occurrence Most fatty alcohols in nature are found as waxes which are esters with fatty acids and fatty alcohols. Transfer hydrogenation is the addition of hydrogen Reductjon dihydrogen in bouvwault-blanc and organometallic chemistry to a molecule from a source other bouveaulr-blanc gaseous H.

It is applied in industry and in organic synthesis, in part because of the inconvenience and expense of using gaseous H.

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In , J.C.R. Licklider published his groundbreaking paper called “Man- Computer Symbiosis.” Licklider was both a psychologist and a. J.C.R. Licklider (). Excerpts from “Man-computer Symbiosis”. IRE Transactions on Human Factors in Electronics, volume HFE-1, pp (now IEEE). J.C.R. Licklider may well be one of the most influential people in the history of In two extraordinary papers, Man-Computer Symbiosis () and The.
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It will involve very close coupling between the human and the electronic members of the partnership. The main aims are 1 to let computers facilitate formulative thinking as they now facilitate the solution of formulated problems, and 2 to enable men and computers to cooperate in making decisions and controlling complex situations without inflexible dependence on predetermined nan-computer.

In the anticipated symbiotic partnership, men will set the goals, formulate the hypotheses, determine the criteria, and perform the evaluations. Computing machines will do the routinizable work that must be done to prepare the way for insights and decisions symbiosjs technical and scientific thinking.

Preliminary analyses indicate that the symbiotic partnership will perform intellectual operations much more effectively than man alone can perform them.

Prerequisites for the achievement of the effective, cooperative association include developments in computer time sharing, in memory components, in memory organization, in programming languages, and in input and output equipment.

The larva of the insect lives in the ovary of the fig tree, and there it gets its food. The tree and the insect are thus heavily interdependent: This cooperative “living together in intimate association, or even close union, of two dissimilar organisms” is called symbiosis [27].

There are many man-machine systems. At present, however, there are symbiosiss man-computer symbioses. The purposes of this paper are to present the concept and, hopefully, to foster the development of man-computer symbiosis by analyzing some problems of interaction symbbiosis men and computing machines, calling attention to applicable principles of man-machine engineering, and pointing out a few questions to which research answers are needed. The hope is that, in not too many years, human brains and computing machines will be coupled together very tightly, and that the resulting partnership will think as no human brain has ever thought and process data in a way not approached by the information-handling man-computeg we know today.

The mechanical parts of the systems were mere extensions, first of the human arm, then of the human eye. These systems certainly did not consist of “dissimilar organisms living together In one licklidsr of course, any man-made system is intended to help man, to help a man or men mah-computer the system.

If we focus upon the human operator within the system, however, we see that, in some areas of technology, a fantastic change licklidfr taken place during the last few years. In some instances, particularly in large computer-centered information and control systems, the human operators are responsible mainly for functions that it proved infeasible to automate.

Licklider Describes “Man-Computer Symbiosis” :

Such systems “humanly extended machines,” North might call them are not symbiotic systems. They are “semi-automatic” systems, systems that started out to man-clmputer fully automatic but fell short of the goal.

Man-computer symbiosis is probably not the ultimate paradigm for complex technological systems. It seems entirely possible that, in due course, electronic or chemical “machines” will outdo the human brain in most of the functions we now consider exclusively within its province.

Even now, Gelernter’s IBM program for proving theorems in plane geometry proceeds at about the same pace as Brooklyn high school students, and makes similar errors.

In short, it seems worthwhile to avoid argument with other symbiosie for artificial intelligence by conceding dominance in the distant future of cerebration to machines alone.

There will nevertheless be a fairly long interim during which the main intellectual advances will be made by men and computers working together in intimate association. A multidisciplinary study group, examining future research and development problems of the Air Force, estimated that it would be before developments in artificial intelligence make it possible for machines alone to do much thinking or problem solving of military significance.

That would leave, say, five years to develop man-computer symbiosis and 15 years to use it. The 15 may be 10 orbut those years should be intellectually the most creative and exciting in the history of mankind.

The course of the computation may be conditional upon results obtained during the computation, but all the alternatives must be foreseen in advance. If an unforeseen alternative arises, the whole process comes to a halt and awaits the necessary extension of the program.

The requirement for preformulation or predetermination is sometimes no great disadvantage. It is often said that programming for a computing machine forces one to think clearly, that it disciplines the thought process. If the user can think his problem through in advance, symbiotic association with a computing machine is not necessary. However, many problems that can be thought through in advance are very difficult to think through in advance.

They would be easier to solve, and they could be solved faster, through an intuitively guided trial-and-error procedure in which the computer cooperated, turning up flaws in the reasoning or revealing unexpected turns in the solution. Other problems simply cannot be formulated without computing-machine aid. Poincare anticipated the frustration of an important group of would-be computer users when he said, “The question is not, ‘What is the answer?

The other main aim is closely related. It is to bring computing machines effectively into processes of thinking that must go on in “real time,” time that moves too fast to permit using computers in conventional ways. Imagine trying, for example, to direct a battle with the aid of a computer on such a schedule as this. You formulate your problem today. Tomorrow you spend with a programmer. Next week the computer devotes 5 minutes to assembling your program and 47 seconds to calculating the answer to your problem.

You get a sheet of paper 20 feet long, full of numbers that, instead of providing a final solution, only suggest a tactic that should be explored by simulation. Obviously, the battle would be over before the second step in its planning was begun. To think in interaction with a computer in the same way that you think with a colleague whose competence supplements your own will require much tighter coupling between man and machine than is suggested by the example and than is possible today.

That assumption may require justification. In the spring and summer oftherefore, I tried to keep track of what one moderately technical person actually did during the hours he regarded as devoted to work. Although I was aware of the inadequacy of the sampling, I served as my own subject.

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It soon became apparent that the main thing I did was to keep records, and the project would have become an infinite regress if the keeping of records had been carried through in the detail envisaged in the initial plan. Nevertheless, I obtained a picture of my activities that gave me pause. Man-computeer my spectrum is not typical–I hope it is not, but I fear it is.

About 85 sy,biosis cent of my “thinking” time licklder spent getting into a position to think, to make a decision, to learn something I needed to know. Much more time went into finding or obtaining information than into digesting it. Hours went into the plotting of graphs, and other hours into instructing an assistant symviosis to plot.

When the graphs were finished, the relations were obvious at once, but the plotting had to be done in order to make them so. At one point, it was necessary to compare six experimental determinations of a function relating speech-intelligibility to speech-to-noise ratio. No two experimenters had used the same definition or measure of speech-to-noise ratio. Several hours of calculating were required to get the data into comparable form. When they were in comparable form, it took only a few seconds to determine what I needed to know.

Throughout the period I examined, in short, my “thinking” time was devoted mainly to activities that were essentially clerical or mechanical: Moreover, my choices of what to attempt and what not to attempt were determined to an ,icklider great ysmbiosis by considerations of clerical feasibility, not intellectual capability.

The main suggestion conveyed by the findings just described is that the operations that fill most of the time allegedly devoted to technical thinking are operations that can be performed more effectively by machines than by men. Severe problems are posed by the fact that these operations have to be performed upon diverse variables and in unforeseen and continually changing sequences. If those licklidr can be solved in such a way as to create a symbiotic relation between a man and a fast information-retrieval and data-processing machine, however, it seems evident that the cooperative interaction would greatly improve the thinking process.

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It may be appropriate to acknowledge, at this point, that we are using the term “computer” to cover a wide class of calculating, data-processing, and information-storage-and-retrieval machines.

The capabilities of machines in this class are increasing almost symbiowis. It is therefore hazardous to make general statements about capabilities of the class. Perhaps it is equally hazardous to make general statements about the capabilities of men.

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Nevertheless, certain genotypic differences in capability between men and computers do stand out, and they have a bearing on the nature of possible man-computer symbiosis and the potential llicklider of achieving it. As has been said in various ways, men are noisy, narrow-band devices, but their nervous systems have very many parallel and simultaneously active channels.

Relative to men, computing machines are very fast and very accurate, but they are constrained to perform only one or a few elementary operations at a time.

Men are flexible, capable of “programming themselves contingently” on the basis of newly received information. Computing machines are single-minded, constrained by their ” pre-programming. Computers “naturally” speak nonredundant languages, usually with only two elementary symbols and no inherent appreciation man-cojputer of symbiosiw objects or of coherent actions.

To be rigorously correct, those characterizations would have to include many qualifiers. Nevertheless, the picture of dissimilarity and therefore p0tential supplementation that they present is essentially valid. Computing machines can do readily, well, and rapidly many things that are difficult or impossible for man, and men can do readily and well, though not rapidly, many things that are difficult or impossible for computers.

That suggests that a symbiotic cooperation, if successful in integrating the positive symbiowis of men and computers, would be of great value. The differences in speed and in language, of course, pose difficulties that must be overcome. ,icklider

That would be the case it; in gathering data on which to base a decision, for example, both the man and the computer came up with relevant precedents from experience and if the computer then suggested a course of action that agreed with the man’s intuitive judgment. In theorem-proving programs, computers find precedents in experience, and in the SAGE System, they suggest man-ccomputer of action. The foregoing is not a far-fetched example.

In other operations, however, the contributions of men and equipment will be to some extent separable. Men will set the goals and supply the motivations, of course, at least in the early years.

They will formulate hypotheses. They will ma-computer questions. They will think of mechanisms, procedures, and models. They will remember that such-and-such a person did some possibly relevant work on a topic of interest back inor at any rate shortly after World War II, and they will have an idea in what journals it might have been published.

In general, they will make approximate and fallible, but leading, contributions, and they will define criteria and serve as evaluators, judging the contributions of the equipment and guiding the general line of thought. In addition, men will handle the very-low-probability situations man-cojputer such situations do actually arise.

In current man-machine systems, that is one of the human operator’s most important functions. The sum of the probabilities of very-low-probability alternatives is often much too large to neglect. Men will fill in the gaps, either in the problem solution or in the computer program, when the computer has no mode or routine that is applicable in a particular circumstance. The information-processing equipment, for its part, will convert hypotheses into testable models and then test the models against data which the human operator may designate roughly and identify as relevant when the computer presents them for his approval.

The equipment will answer questions. It will simulate the mechanisms and models, carry out the procedures, and display the results to the operator. It will transform data, plot graphs “cutting the cake” in whatever way the human operator specifies, or in several alternative ways if the human operator man-comluter not sure what he wants.

The equipment will interpolate, extrapolate, and transform.