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Problem 18.102

Explain why most useful galvanic cells give voltages of no more than 1.5 to 2.5 V. What are the prospects for developing practical galvanic cells with voltages of 5 V or more?

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Gloriana De Candia 803773147 Anthro 167 Unrevised Field Note Assignment May 9, 2013 For this study regarding urban anthropology I have elected to investigate the blue collar or service sector job employees that are currently working in Westwood and their association with the area. The types of industries included in this study are retail associates, baristas, and parking attendants. I hypothesize that many of these employees are traveling a considerable distance to and from work meaning that they reside in areas outside of the Westwood region. I also hypothesize that these workers are compelled to work outside of their own communities due to the lack of available and decent wage jobs in these underserved sections of Los Angeles. Districts such as South Central, Hawthorne, Downtown Los Angeles, East Los Angeles, and Koreatown are commonly recognized as neighborhoods that house families of lower socio­ economic standing in comparison to neighborhoods like those in West Los Angeles. Though Westwood is home to UCLA, a university that is home to over 40,000 students, I predict that many of these Westwood businesses tend to hire those workers from outer regions as opposed to local students. The aim of this study is to mainly highlight the economic conditions outside the wealthy Westwood area. Underlying these economic conditions are ways in which people (i.e. the employees) are forced to manage local economies and are pushed farther away from their own neighborhoods in order to remain financially stable. I theoriz

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