Thursday, 7 May 2015

Visa-for-Studio In Jordan


The study visa allows entry into Italy, for a short stay (90 days. - Type C) or long term (91 to 365 days. - Type D) for foreigners intending to attend university to study or vocational training at institutes recognized or qualified, or the stranger who is expected to perform cultural activities and ricerca.Documenti required for STUDIO Registration to Italian University
Seen to be requested only after confirmation that he was admitted to the entrance exams, according to the provisions issued by the Ministry of Education

1. application form to download an entry visa from the embassy of belonging where the guest arrives;

2. recent passport-size photograph

3. passport valid due over at least three months after visa;

4. demonstration of the availability in Italy of livelihoods, equivalent to not less than € 417.30 per month of academic year. This availability may be demonstrated by:

• exhibition of means personal or family

• financial guarantees provided by institutions and bodies of Italians established credit, by local governments, or by foreign institutions and bodies regarded as reliable by the Italian Embassy

5. statement about the availability of suitable accommodation in Italy.

History Of Electrochemistry

History of electrochemistry

The history of electrochemistry has seen a succession of many milestones in the course of its evolution, often correlated with the development of different branches of chemistry and physics: it takes in fact originated from the discovery of the principles of magnetism at the beginning of the XVI and XVII century and continues up to the theories on the conductivity and transport of electric charge.

The term relates to the study of electrochemical processes in which processing takes place of chemical energy into electrical energy and vice versa.

This term was used during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, referring to an area mainly theoretical, relegated to the research laboratory; with the passing of time this term has acquired a further meaning application, thanks to the multiple applications of the theories of electrochemistry (also in commercial applications), including: the batteries, accumulators, fuel cells, the development of methods to prevent the corrosion of metals, refining techniques through electrolysis and the development of electroanalytical methods (such as voltammetry, amperometry and the electrophoresis).