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The Energy Risk Glossary, now in its eighth edition, provides an at-a-glance explanation of the myriad specialised terms and acronyms used in energy trading and risk management.
This year, the guide has been updated by Aviv Handler of ETR Advisory. Energy Risk would like to thank him for his input into this edition, which benefits greatly from his valuable experience and insight into energy markets.
The fast-changing nature of these markets means much has changed since our last edition – almost 200 new entries and revisions have been made this year. Reflecting the increasing importance of regulation, definitions of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFid) and the Ljubljana-based Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (Acer) make it into the glossary for the first time. A focus on improving back-office infrastructure and mitigating counterparty risk is also apparent from the inclusion of terms such as ‘portfolio reconciliation’ and ‘portfolio compression’.
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Calculate the minimum amount of energy, in joules, required to completely melt 145 g of silver initially at 16.0°C
Hi, --------- Srep I: Energy to bring the material to the melting point: Q1= m*C*(T1-T2) = 145*0.236*(962-16) = 32,372 Joules. Step II: Energy to melt it: Q2=m*L = 145*105= 15,225 Joules (L=Latent heat of Silver). So the energy needed is: Q=Q1+Q2= 32,372 + 15,225 = 47,597 Joules (or 48.6 Kilo Joules). ------------- Best regards,
When adding water to the salt initially you attempted to find the minimum amount of water the salt would dissolve in at 100 degrees c Why was it necessary that the solution used be almost sturated
Because, unsaturated solution have the capacity to solve more solute in it. Using unsaturated solution can result false.