Which of the fundamental vibrational transitions are infrared and or Raman active?

  
) Derive the irreducible representations for the four Cl sigma and pi orbitals of tetrahedral [TiCl4]- using only the 3p orbitals (one p sigma and two p pi orbitals per Cl site).
2)  Generate and place the proper number of electrons in a  schematic mo diagram for the Ti(III) complex [TiCl4]- assuming tetrahedral symmetry and using the Ti 3d,4s, 4p and Cl 3p as valence orbitals.( The 3Cl 3p orbitals are used to give one sigma and two pi donor orbitals per Cl center.)
3)  What are the ground and first excited electronic states for [TiCl4]- ? 
4) Is the pure electronic (d to d) transition from the ground to the first excited electronic state spin and or orbitally allowed as an electric dipole transition ?
5)  Generate the irreducible representations for the coordinates and the vibrational normal modes of [TiCl4]- .
6)  Which of the fundamental vibrational transitions are infrared and or Raman active?

What volume of 1.15M AgNO3 is required to react completely with 25.00ml of 0.5285M CaCl2?

Please show me step by step how to do each one of these, I need to understand this.

1.) What volume of 1.15M AgNO3 is required to react completely with 25.00ml of
0.5285M CaCl2?

2.) The iron II cyanide in 34.49ml of a 0.1338M solution reacts exactly with the
aluminum sulfate in 25.00ml of a solution. What is the molarity of the
aluminum sulfate solution?

3.) What mass of iron II sulfate is produced in the reaction from problem #2?

4.) An excess of barium chloride reacted with 32.00ml of a dilute solution of sulfuric acid (H2SO4), producing 0.482g barium sulfate. What was the molarity of the sulfuric acid?

5.) What mass of chlorine dioxide is needed to react with 2.34L of 1.38M NaOH(aq) to produce sodium chlorite, sodium chlorate, and water?

6.) What volume of a 0.2089M solution of KI will contain enough KI to react completely with the copper II nitrate in 43.88ml of 0.3842 M solution if copper I iodide, solid iodine, and potassium nitrate (aq) are formed as products?

Do you think healthcare professionals have met the challenge of helping people find suitable nutritional supplements? Why or why not?

 
Read the sections of chapters 11 and 12 in your textbook (starting on page 245) dealing with drug-nutrient or herbal/supplement-nutrient interactions and answer the following questions:

Have you ever encountered a situation in which you experienced (or had another person experience) a drug (OTC or prescription), herbal, or supplement-nutrient interaction? If so, explain what it was. If you have not, research a common interaction and explain it. Your explanation should include what drugs, herbs, or supplements and nutrient(s) are involved as well as the possible result of the interaction. Note that you are not to report on the side effects of a drug, herb or supplement, but rather how these might interact with a nutrient (in foods or in supplemental form) and result in a negative effect.
When you looked for information on the interaction where did you look? How were your questions or concerns addressed?
Where, in your experience, does the public turn to for information on drugs, herbs, or supplements? Are these sources usually reputable? How would you determine if a source, whether a person or an article or other, is reputable?
Do you think healthcare professionals have met the challenge of helping people find suitable nutritional supplements? Why or why not? How might socioeconomic status come into play when choosing between or within prescription medications or OTC medications/supplements/herbs? If someone needed to determine if nutrient status was being compromised because of an interaction, what tests could be done?

How can renewable energy contribute to the economy growth in California?

Write a 1-2 page paper answering one of the following questions
How can renewable energy contribute to the economy growth in California?
How can renewable energy contribute to reducing global warming?
 How can energy storage influence the development of renewable energy?

Your paper must include the following:
A minimum of three references one must be from a journal article and the other 2 
can be from the web.
An introduction 
A body – which includes many fact-rich paragraphs or subsections and will allow 
you to build your thesis statement by providing facts to support your argument.
A conclusion – Summarizes the main points in the paper.

Write down the purpose and relevance, experimental method.investigating the theory behind UV photoemission spectroscopy.

write 1-2 pages topic:UV photoemission spectroscopy and inverse photoemission spectroscopy
requirement:write down the purpose and relevance, experimental method.investigating the theory behind UV photoemission spectroscopy and inverse photoemission spectroscopy, list the reference and cited in order

What is the Affordable Care Act?Who does it cover?

I have presentation about (The Affordable Care Act: Where Are We Now?)

and I need to address these topics in my slides 
1)What is the Affordable Care Act?
2)Who does it cover? 
3)Current/Past / background
4)Our Recommendations on ways to improve the ACA 

all the information need to be taken from academic articles 

Contrast and compare renewable and non-renewable energy sources.

Contrast and compare one renewable and one non-renewable energy source. Include accessibility, cost, ease of use.
Compare your essay to those of two other students and send them a comment on their essay.
Make sure you include at least two bibliographic sources, NOT including the textbook.

Explain how someones race and national identity in the United States could be in conflict.

 
Chapter Five
Part one:        
1.  What does “passing as a color/race that you are not” have to do with inclusion?
2.  An identity that comes from a negative identity can be like a backpack with bricks attached to someone’s back. What workplace opportunities can be lost for the person who belongs to a group with a negative identity and they can not leave the negative identity as discussed in the text.
3.  On page 87, it talks about recognizing and considering racism and rejecting racism and developing a positive White identity—which of those do you believe works best for a diverse organization? Why?
4.  Define race, ethnicity and national identity.
5.  Explain how someone’s race and national identity in the United States could be in conflict.
6.  Explain the ASA Model and how it works against diversity.
Part two:        
We often do not hear about discrimination that was targeted toward ethnic White groups like Germans and Italians during wartime and the Irish when they migrated here. Please read “Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day!” on pages 91-92. After reading this explain whether or not it was possible for the Irish to leave their negative identity and if yes, how. Explain how the Irish could melt into the pot and how having to this goes against inclusion.
Part three:      
Read “Phantom Diversity” and then read the following Common Diversity Mistakes  {  https://trainingassetsgateway.com/blog/view/Five-Common-Diversity-Mistakes }now answer in a paragraph how the phantom diversity solution fits three of these mistakes. Explain each one separately.

Why is it important to test – usually in a pilot group – the tools used to collect safety performance data, as well as the format/methods of presenting data before fulling implementing them?

  
1. Why is it important to test – usually in a pilot group – the tools used to collect safety performance data, as well as the format/methods of presenting data before fulling implementing them?

  
2. Why is it important to verify the effectiveness of hazard controls before measuring them as a KPI?

 3.Why should organizations prioritize what safety measures they will focus on?

4. From a safety standpoint, distinguish the terms KPI and KRI.  

5. Suppose you administered a safety perception survey to determine management engagement. The survey uses a standard Likert scale where 1 represents strongly disagree, and 5 represents strongly agree. Following are the responses to the prompt:  “Management frequently discusses safety with employees on an individual level.” The average rating was 3.1.  The standard deviation for the responses is a 1.1.  With respect to this one item, what do these calculations tell you about management engaging with employees to discuss safety on an individual level?  (In responding you be sure to discuss what the average and standard deviation tell you.  Your answer should not be merely an opinion about management – i.e., “management does a bad/good/average job”.)