eBook Corporate Strategy For Dramatic Productivity Surge, 1st Edition

  • Published By: World Scientific Publishing Company
  • ISBN-10: 981444930X
  • ISBN-13: 9789814449304
  • DDC: 658.4
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 360 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released January 2015
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013
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Cyclodextrin Chemistry covers the preparation of cyclodextrins and cyclodextrin derivatives (CDs), and their applications in industrial and non-industrial areas. An overall theme in the book is the screening of cyclodextrin glycosyltransferase (CGTase), the preparation of sugar-branched cyclodextrins and CDs, and the use of CDs for reconstructing various supermolecule systems. The specific content also includes preparation methods, spectroscopy techniques for CDs analysis, and potential applications in food packaging, nutrient fortification, medicine, cosmetics, textiles, chemicals, feed, agriculture, and environment.It summarizes the research merit of CDs in the past twenty years and also emphasizes hot topics and important areas of cyclodextrin chemistry in the future.Contents:Introduction (Jun-Rong Huang, Hai-Ning Zhuang and Zheng-Yu Jin)Enzymes in Preparing Cyclodextrins (Sheng-Jun Wu, Xiu-Ting Hu, Jin-Moon Kim and Jing Chen)Preparation and Analysis of Cyclodextrin (An-Wei Cheng, Jin-Peng Wang and Zheng-Yu Jin)Preparation of Branched-Cyclodextrins (Xing Zhou, Yao-Qi Tian and Zheng-Yu Jin)Preparation and Analysis of Cyclodextrin Derivatives (Chao Yuan, Yu-Xiang Bai and Zheng-Yu Jin)Basic Application of Cyclodextrins in Supermolecule Chemistry (Tao Feng, Ai-Quan Jiao and Zheng-Yu Jin)Use of Cyclodextrins in Food, Pharmaceutical and Cosmetic Industries (Yao-Qi Tian, Xing Zhou and Zheng-Yu Jin)Application of Cyclodextrins in Non-industrial Areas (Xue-Hong Li and Zheng-Yu Jin)Readership: Researchers and technicians in food, pharmaceutical, cosmetic and chemical industries, as well as in non-industry areas such as agriculture and environmental engineering, supermolecule and analytical chemistry.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Titile Page.
Copyright Page.
1: Case Studies of Productivity Surges in Management Functions.
2: Time Reduction.
3: Welding Steel Plates Six Times Faster.
4: The Reduction of Drying Time by 90%.
5: The Sudden Rise in Web Conferences and Teleconferences.
6: The Reduction of Traveling Time from Five to Three Hours.
7: Shortening Inspection Time by 90%.
8: Instantaneous and Spontaneous Information Sharing.
9: The Development of a Three-Minute Battery Charger.
10: High-Speed Measurements Enabled by the Multi-Head Weigher (The Computer Scale).
11: The Remarkable Speeds of Sorting Machines.
12: A Ten-Fold Boost in Speed and Durability of the Zip Chain Lifter.
13: The Introduction of the Virtual OS-Based Thin Client.
14: The Future of the Smart Meter.
15: The Acceleration of Processing Speeds through the Evolution of Algorithms.
16: Increasing Order Processing Capacity by 400 Times to 600 Times.
17: A Ten-Fold Increase in Maximum Output of Photovoltaic Power Generation.
18: Case Studies of Global-Scale Super Effects.
19: Improvement in Sensitivity.
20: Dramatic Changes in the Classification of World Competitiveness by Country.
21: The Spread of “Intelligence Olympics”.
22: A 150-Fold Increase in Followers through a Limited Discount.
23: Boosting Sales of Publications via Data Mining.
24: Higher Precision.
25: Customers’ Return-to-Store Rate through Twitter Usage Exceeds 50%.
26: 3.5 Million Net Increase in Mobile Phone Contracts Within a Year Due to Twitter Effect.
27: Seawater Desalination Business Enabled by Reverse Osmosis Technology.
28: The Surprising Properties of High Electric Current Density.
29: A Fifteen-Fold Increase in Followers through Ground-Breaking Activities.
30: A Thirteen-Fold Increase in Registrants through a Limited-Time Event.
31: Increases in Effectiveness and Efficiency.
32: CO2 Reduction Business Utilizing Electric Hydraulic Shovels.
33: CO2 Reduction via the Realization of Next Generation Thermal Power.
34: Introduction of the Electric Bus Infrastructure.
35: Twitter-Driven Record-Breaking Profit.
36: The Globalization of Inter-Regional Mobility through Low-Cost Carriers.
37: Achieving a 15% Savings in Electricity without Reducing Factory Output.
38: Case Studies of Super Effects in Marketing Domains.
39: Size Changes.
40: The Process of Organizing Information.
41: The Learning Process in Product Development.
42: Signs of Explosive Expansion in Global Geothermal Power Generation.
43: Smart City/Smart Community Markets.
44: The E-Learning Market's Growth Potential.
45: Expansion of Management Consulting Project Scenarios Via Information Dispatches.
46: Rapid Expansion of Partnerships through Participating in Common Points Programs.
47: Cost Reduction.
48: Reduction in Cleaning Costs by Approximately 60%.
49: A 40% Cost Reduction in Transporting China-Bound Cargo.
50: Suica's Role in Generating Revenue and Reducing Operational Costs of Vending Machines.
51: Business Opportunities in Ultra Compact Orbiter Development.
52: Sales Expansion.
53: Rakuten's Sales Expansion by Entry into the Financial Business.
54: CECIL McBEE's Product Development Model.
55: Provision of Organizational Information through Twitter.
56: Other Cases.
57: Acceleration of the Commercialization of the Service Business in the Manufacturing Industry.
58: Improvement in Convenience and Economic Effects Achieved through ID Sharing (Expansion of Economic Effects).
59: The Blue Card's Customer Attraction Effect in Nagano Prefecture (Customer Attraction Growth).
60: Increasing the Number of Visitors through Twitter.
61: Energy Self-Sufficiency with Algae That Produces Oil.
62: Negative Effects of International Politics.
63: Conclusion: The Road to Achieving the Super Effect.
About the Editors and Authors.