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The Hound of the Baskervilles is a 1939 American gothic mystery film based on the 1902 Sherlock Holmes novel of the same name by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Directed by Sidney Lanfield, the film stars Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. John Watson. Released by 20th Century Fox, it is the first of fourteen Sherlock Holmes films produced between 1939 and 1946 starring Rathbone and Bruce.
Holmes decides to send Watson to Baskerville Hall along with Sir Henry, claiming that he is too busy to accompany them himself. Sir Henry quickly develops a romantic interest in Beryl Stapleton, the step-sister of his neighbour Jack Stapleton, a local naturalist. Meanwhile, a homicidal maniac named Selden, escaped from Dartmoor Prison, lurks on the moor.
Phosphorus, selenium, and lead, which are less often recognised as metalloids, are also used in glasses. Phosphate glass has a substrate of phosphorus pentoxide (P2O5), rather than the silica (SiO2) of conventional silicate glasses. It is used, for example, to make sodium lamps. Selenium compounds can be used both as decolourising agents and to add a red colour to glass. Decorative glassware made of traditional lead glass contains at least 30% lead(II) oxide (PbO); lead glass used for radiation shielding may have up to 65% PbO. Lead-based glasses have also been extensively used in electronic components, enamelling, sealing and glazing materials, and solar cells. Bismuth based oxide glasses have emerged as a less toxic replacement for lead in many of these applications.
The word metalloid comes from the Latin metallum (\"metal\") and the Greek oeides (\"resembling in form or appearance\"). Several names are sometimes used synonymously although some of these have other meanings that are not necessarily interchangeable: amphoteric element, boundary element, half-metal, half-way element, near metal, meta-metal, semiconductor, semimetal and submetal. \"Amphoteric element\" is sometimes used more broadly to include transition metals capable of forming oxyanions, such as chromium and manganese. \"Half-metal\" is used in physics to refer to a compound (such as chromium dioxide) or alloy that can act as a conductor and an insulator. \"Meta-metal\" is sometimes used instead to refer to certain metals (Be, Zn, Cd, Hg, In, Tl, β-Sn, Pb) located just to the left of the metalloids on standard periodic tables. These metals are mostly diamagnetic and tend to have distorted crystalline structures, electrical conductivity values at the lower end of those of metals, and amphoteric (weakly basic) oxides. \"Semimetal\" sometimes refers, loosely or explicitly, to metals with incomplete metallic character in crystalline structure, electrical conductivity or electronic structure. Examples include gallium, ytterbium, bismuth and neptunium. The names amphoteric element and semiconductor are problematic as some elements referred to as metalloids do not show marked amphoteric behaviour (bismuth, for example) or semiconductivity (polonium) in their most stable forms.
In this investigation, four types of feedback, namely, multimodal feedback (combination of visual, auditory, and tactile feedback), semi-feedback (pair-combinations of visual, auditory, and tactile feedback), unimodal feedback (single visual, auditory or tactile feedback), and zero feedback (without any feedback), were employed. Semi-feedback and unimodal feedback both include three feedback patterns. The internal sample t-test results for semi- and unimodal feedback with Whack-a-mole are presented in Table 9. They show that there was no statistically significant difference (P > 0.05) between the semi-feedback patterns (visual & auditory, visual & tactile, auditory & tactile) or between the unimodal feedback patterns (visual, auditory, tactile), except the comparison of visual-auditory and visual-tactile where the result is P < 0.05. It is to say that usually there was no obvious difference in feedback patterns in terms of these types of feedback. Analysis of the four feedback types (multimodal feedback, semi-feedback, unimodal feedback, and zero feedback) was conducted. Single factor analyses of the experimental scores with Whack-a-mole are presented in Table 10. All the analyzed results were P < 0.01, presenting extremely statistical significance. It means that the addition of any sensory feedback was effective in improving the training performances, and multimodal feedback worked best.
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