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Belief, hope and love as components of schoolchildren’s spiritual culture formation
Svetlana V. Titova
European Researcher , 2011,
Abstract: The article characterizes notions ‘belief’, ‘hope’ and ‘love’ in philosophic-educational aspects. Their absence in education system goal-setting denotes incompleteness of school moral upbringing. These goals have to be set during youth moral upbringing.
Possibilities of “Teaching by Doing” Methodology in Russian Companies
Svetlana V. Titova
European Researcher , 2013,
Abstract: The article states general concepts of “Trainee Company” in detail. The author attaches special attention to trainee company technologies
Corporate Staff Social Rights and Protection as Key Points of Business Entities Social Policy
Svetlana V. Titova
European Researcher , 2013,
Abstract: The article describes key notions and principles of corporate staff social rights and protection. These notions were considered in terms of business entities social policy. The author thoroughly studied such personnel rights as the right to organize and bargain collectively, freedom of association, payment for personnel labor, child labor, forced labor, duty hours, discrimination, worker safety and health. The author attaches special attention to the types of privileges and guarantees, which business entities should provide to their employees, such as compensation for moral damages caused by labor injury, material assistance to employees and their families in different cases, concerned with labor functions
Paternalism in Entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsibility
Svetlana V. Titova,Lydmila S. Titova
European Researcher , 2012,
Abstract: the origin and development of paternalistiс relationship in entrepreneurship. Special attention is attached to the similarity of the notions “paternalism” and “corporate social responsibility”.
Organization’s Social Policy as a Major Instrument for Entrepreneurship Social Function Implementation
Svetlana V. Titova,Dina R. Matveeva
European Researcher , 2012,
Abstract: The article expounds the content of the document “Organization’s Social Policy”, developed by the authors, the use of which will help to increase efficiency of businesses’ activities. Special attention is attached to the difference of this document from the existing businesses’ normative documents.
Application of tetratozilat meso-tetrakis (4-methylpyridil) porphyrin as effective sensor for metal cations in plasma-solution systems  [PDF]
Artur Vashurin, Svetlana Pukhovskaya, Ludmila Kuzmicheva, Yuliya Titova, Oleg Golubchikov
Natural Science (NS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ns.2012.47062
Abstract: Synthetic porphyrins have, in the last years, gained increasing interest in analytical chemistry as unique reagents for the detection of metal ions. The porphyrin is a high sensitive chromogenic reagent. Porphyrins and their metal complexes generally exhibit characteristic sharp and intensive absorption bands in visible region. The region from 400 to 500 nm, which is called the Soret band, shows the most intensive absorption, and molar absorptivities about 105 are often found. Soret band (400-500 nm) shows the most intensive absorption of these compounds, molar absorptivities often being about 105. The Soret band is widely used for spectro- photometric detection of metalloporphyrins. From the perspective of analytical chemistry, the porphyrin ligand has turned out to be very versatile, and almost all metals have been combined with porphyrin. From this point of view several porphyrins become useful as the spectrophotometric reagents for the determination of metal ions.
Examples of Ecotones and Paragenese in the Vegetation Cover of the Baikalian Siberia  [PDF]
Alexander P. Sizykh, Svetlana V. Sizykh
Natural Science (NS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ns.2014.615107
Abstract: Changes in vegetation structure in environments contact community characterize the ecotones and paragenese inside zonal vegetation site or altitude belt as of concrete environments while differences of cenotic structures of communities between zones or between altitude belts as well. The aim of this work was research of structural-dynamic organization of phytocenoses forming under the conditions of environments contact and mountain tundra, forests (zonal taiga) and extrazonal steppes, zonal forest steppes of some areas at the Baikalian Siberia, Eastern Siberia of Russia.
Efficiency evaluating of air conditioning system with air dehumidification section
E.M. Titova,O.V. Averyanova
Magazine of Civil Engineering , 2011,
Abstract: The upward trend of energy resources cost, reducing OF resource reserves, yearly growing requirement of heat energy led to the need of careful selection of HVAC system and economic justification of this choice. In this article on the example of indoor pool the most economically efficient variant of climatic parameters for high humidity areas has been selected. The calculation of operating, capital and reduced costs has been done. The reliability estimation and efficiency evaluating of the systems also have been done.
Frequencies of wave packets of whistler-mode chorus inside its source region: a case study
O. Santolik,E. Macusova,E. E. Titova,B. V. Kozelov
Annales Geophysicae (ANGEO) , 2003,
Abstract: Whistler-mode chorus is a structured wave emission observed in the Earth's magnetosphere in a frequency range from a few hundreds of Hz to several kHz. We investigate wave packets of chorus using high-resolution measurements recorded by the WBD instrument on board the four Cluster spacecraft. A night-side chorus event observed during geomagnetically disturbed conditions is analyzed. We identify lower and upper frequencies for a large number of individual chorus wave packets inside the chorus source region. We investigate how these observations are related to the central position of the chorus source which has been previously estimated from the Poynting flux measurements. We observe typical frequency bandwidths of chorus of approximately 10% of the local electron cyclotron frequency. Observed time scales are around 0.1 s for the individual wave packets. Our results indicate a lower occurrence probability for lower frequencies in the vicinity of the central position of the source compared to measurements recorded closer to the outer boundaries of the source. This is in agreement with recent research based on the backward wave oscillator theory.
Starspots: A Key to the Stellar Dynamo
Berdyugina Svetlana V.
Living Reviews in Solar Physics , 2005,
Abstract: Magnetic activity similar to that of the Sun is observed on a variety of cool stars with external convection envelopes. Stellar rotation coupled with convective motions generate strong magnetic fields in the stellar interior and produce a multitude of magnetic phenomena including starspots in the photosphere, chromospheric plages, coronal loops, UV, X-ray, and radio emission and flares. Here I review the phenomenon of starspots on different types of cool stars, observational tools and diagnostic techniques for studying starspots as well as starspot properties including their temperatures, areas, magnetic field strengths, lifetimes, active latitudes and longitudes, etc. Evolution of starspots on various time scales allows us to investigate stellar differential rotation, activity cycles, and global magnetic fields. Together these constitute the basis for our understanding of stellar and solar dynamos and provide valuable constraints for theoretical models.
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