A REFLECTION AND APPLICATION ON THORNDIKE’S THEORY OF CONNECTIONISM A psychologist and connectionist namedEdward Thorndikefirst represented the original S-R framework and proposed that the theory of connectionism as the key to learning. Connectionism comes from the root word connect meaning “to join together”─ the sense impression and impulse to action, or the stimulus and response.A stimulus is something that causes a change in reaction, and a response is just a reaction or attitude to a stimulus
Determination of the Heat Exchanged in Chemical Reactions Introduction: Calorimetry is the science of determining heat and energy exchange in various situations and reactions. It is used for many things everyday including solid and liquid fuel testing, waste disposal, and explosive testing. In our lab, we will are applying calorimetry to determine the change in enthalpy of a weak acid-strong base reaction. My beginning question was: How can we apply Hess’ law and calorimetry to chemical equations
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT INDORE INTEGRATED PROGRAMME IN MANAGEMENT IPM 2013-2018 TERM- IV INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY KIRCHHOFF’S LAWS SONIT AGRAWAL (IPM2013094) SANYA SINGH THAKUR (IPM2013124) CHEMISTRY Chemistry is a branch of science that studies the structure, properties, composition and change of matter. Chemistry is primarily and majorly concerned with atoms, molecules and their transformations and interactions. IMPORTANCE OF CHEMISTRY Everything in this world is made of chemicals.
1. INTRODUCTION TO IONIC LIQUIDS 1.1 Introduction Ionic liquids have been generating increasing interest over the last decade. It is a testament to the speed with which ionic liquids have caught the popular chemical imagination that in 1999 a monograph titled “Modern Solvents in Organic Synthesis”, could be published in which ionic liquids received no mention at all; a situation that would be unimaginable now. Much of this interest is centred on their possible use as “greener” alternatives to
CHAPTER 5 Compatibilised Polypropylene/Organoclay Nanocompostes Results and Discussions Introduction Polypropylene (PP) is one of the most commonly used polymers as food packaging . Similar to other polymer materials used for food packaging, it does not have absolute barrier against various gases, water vapour,humidity and other substances , while food packaging industry and many other related manufacturing industry demand packaging with high barriers against the permeation of gas, moisture