Miao, Quan Sun, Erping Liu, Qixin Song, Rengang Liang, Min Xu, Yan
Published in
Physica Scripta

Due to the special interest and unique advantage of bovine serum albumin among various proteins, we carried out researches into effects of bovine serum albumin on photophysical characters of meso-tetrakis(sulfonatophenyl) porphyrin. The laser source we chose is picosecond pulse trains containing 20 subpulses of 70 picoseconds width separating by 13...

Dai, Shoujun He, Jianguo Wang, Hui Liu, Yang Yu, Jiaqi Zhao, Haidong Meng, Jingjing Yuan, Hong Huang, Min
Published in
Applied Physics Express

This letter introduces the collinear double-pulse generation method of the electro-optical Q-switched Nd:YAG laser and the rate equations describing its pulse formation dynamics. The two pulses share the same resonator and thus have a natural and highly coaxial characteristic. The effect of the voltage applied on the electro-optic crystal on the pu...

shimamoto, nobuo

When a reaction is accompanied by a change with the speed close to or slower than the reaction rate, a circulating reaction flow can exist among the reaction states in the macroscopic stationary state. If the accompanying change were at equilibrium in the timescale of the relevant reaction, the transition-state theory would hold to eliminate the fl...

tang;, wenjing

Based on an as-prepared high-quality WS2 film and an electro-optic modulator (EOM), a dual-loss-modulated low repetition rate mode-locking laser at 0.53 μm with high peak power is presented for the first time. The laser characteristics versus the pump power are investigated experimentally and theoretically. At a pump power of 10.67 W, the shortest ...

Pekař, Miloslav
Published in
Molecules

Autocatalytic reactions are in certain contrast with the linear algebra of reaction stoichiometry, on which rate equations respecting the permanence of atoms are constructed. These mathematical models of chemical reactions are called conservative. Using a non-equilibrium thermodynamics-based theory of chemical kinetics, it is shown how to introduce...

Shimamoto, Nobuo Imashimizu, Masahiko
Published in
Biomolecules

The study of transcription and its regulation is an interdisciplinary field that is closely connected with genetics, structural biology, and reaction theory. Among these, although less attention has been paid to reaction theory, it is becoming increasingly useful for research on transcription. Rate equations are commonly used to describe reactions ...

Atiş, Ebru (author)

Due to an increase of precipitation reactions in water by temperature changes, cloggings canoccur in a geothermal doublet. A consequence of the cloggings is that the process of generatinggeothermal energy becomes inefficient eventually. Our goal is to determine which minerals playan important role in the clogging process in each part of the geother...

Raumann, Leonard

In nuclear fusion reactors there are extreme conditions for plasma facing components. Currently, pure tungsten (W) is used to withstand the enormous heat and particle fluxes, neutron irradiation and plasma erosion. However, a significant drawback is that Wis inherent brittle and thus can fail without warning. Therefore, W fiber-reinforcedcomposites...

Pezoldt, J. Lubov, M. N. Kharlamov, V. S.
Published in
Physics of the Solid State

AbstractA kinetic Monte Carlo model of silicon carbide growth on silicon surface is proposed. Based on this model, the growth of silicon carbide clusters on silicon in the presence of a pre-deposited impurity of various types: attractive and repulsive, is studied. The density of silicon carbide clusters on silicon is calculated. Calculations of the...

Pijolat, Michèle Favergeon, Loic

The kinetic modeling of chemical reactions in gas-solid systems necessitates a mathematical expression of the rate as a function of variables. For a long time the rate equations used for transformations of powders were different from those describing the oxidation of a metal or an alloy. Both approaches and a unified theory that intends to cover an...