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A high productivity and speedy synthesis process for copper nanowires via an ethylenediamine-mediated method

Generally, there are two well-known synthetic approaches for copper nanowires (Cu NWs): ethylenediamine (EDA)-mediated synthesis and alkylamine-mediated synthesis. The alkylamine-mediated synthesis produces very high ratio nanowires but requires a special environment and long reaction times, while the EDA-mediated synthesis can be carried out under normal conditions and requires ...

A high productivity and speedy synthesis process for copper nanowires via an ethylenediamine-mediated method

Generally, there are two well-known synthetic approaches for copper nanowires (Cu NWs): ethylenediamine (EDA)-mediated synthesis and alkylamine-mediated synthesis. The alkylamine-mediated synthesis produces very high ratio nanowires but requires a special environment and long reaction times, while the EDA-mediated synthesis can be carried out under normal conditions and requires ...

Θ+ baryon, N* (1685) resonance, and πN sigma term reexamined within the framework of a chiral soliton model

We reexamine the properties of the baryon antidecuplet Θ+ and N*, and the πN sigma term within the framework of a chiral soliton model, focusing on their dependence on the Θ+ mass. It turns out that the measured value of the N* mass, MN* = 1686 MeV, is consistent with that of the Θ+ mass MΘ+ = 1524 MeV by the LEPS collaboration [T. Nakano et al. [LEPS Collaboration], Phys. Rev. C ...

Pion-induced reactions for charmed baryons

We study pion-induced binary reactions for charmed baryons, $\pi +N \to D^{\ast } +B$, where $B$ is a charmed baryon of ground or excited state. First we estimate charm production rates in comparison with strangeness production using a Regge model, which is dominated by vector ($D^{\ast }$ or $K^{\ast }$) Reggeon exchange. Then we examine the production rates of various charmed ...

Mass Splittings of SU(3) Baryons within a Chiral Soliton Model

Considering simultaneously isospin and SU(3) flavor symmetry breakings, we investigate the complete mass splittings of SU(3) baryons within a chiral soliton model, a “model-independent approach” being employed. In linear order several new mass relations are derived, which are mostly generalizations of existing mass formulae. The dynamical quantities appearing in the expressions for ...

ϕ photoproduction with coupled-channel effects

We study $\phi $ photoproduction with various hadronic rescattering contributions included, in addition to the Pomeron and pseudoscalar meson-exchange diagrams. We find that the hadronic rescattering diagrams can explain the recent experimental data in the vicinity of the threshold. In particular, the bump-like structure at the photon energy $E_{\gamma } \approx 2.3$ GeV is well ...

Analysis of Context Dependence in Social Interaction Networks of a Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game

Rapid advances in modern computing and information technology have enabled millions of people to interact online via various social network and gaming services. The widespread adoption of such online services have made possible analysis of large-scale archival data containing detailed human interactions, presenting a very promising opportunity to understand the rich and complex ...

Ultrasonic disintegration of microalgal biomass and consequent improvement of bioaccessibility/bioavailability in microbial fermentation

Background Microalgal biomass contains a high level of carbohydrates which can be biochemically converted to biofuels using state-of-the-art strategies that are almost always needed to employ a robust pretreatment on the biomass for enhanced energy production. In this study, we used an ultrasonic pretreatment to convert microalgal biomass (Scenedesmus obliquus YSW15) into feasible ...

Effects of neutral pH and low-glucose degradation product-containing peritoneal dialysis fluid on systemic markers of inflammation and endothelial dysfunction: a randomized controlled 1-year follow-up study

Background. The local peritoneal effects of low-glucose degradation product (GDP)-containing peritoneal dialysis fluid (PDF) have been extensively described. However, the systemic effects of prolonged prescription of these solutions are unknown. This study aimed to evaluate the effects of neutral pH and low-GDP PDF on systemic inflammation and endothelial dysfunction markers in ...