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Abstract Spatial heterogeneity in risk is a critical component of predator-prey interactions. However, at small spatial scales, it is difficult to quantify predation risk without altering it. We usedExpand
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Structured ray-wave vector vortex beams in multiple degrees of freedom from a laser
Vector vortex beams are conventionally created as the superposition of orbital angular momentum (OAM) modes with orthogonal polarizations, limiting the available degrees of freedom (DoFs) to 2, whileExpand
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Application of Q2MM to Stereoselective Reactions
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Stereoselectivity in Asymmetric Catalysis: The Case of Ruthenium-Catalyzed Ketone Hydrogenation.
The ruthenium-catalyzed asymmetric hydrogenation of simple ketones to generate enantiopure alcohols is an important process widely used in the fine chemical, pharmaceutical, fragrance, and flavorExpand
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On the mechanism of the rhodium catalyzed acrylamide hydrogenation
Abstract The hydrogenation of acrylamides using chiral Rh(I) complexes is an attractive method for the enantioselective synthesis of highly functionalized intermediates. It has been employed lessExpand
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Improving Human and Environmental Health in Urban Informal Settlements: The Revitalising Informal Settlements and Their Environments (RISE) Programme
Monash Sustainable Development Institute (Prof R Brown PhD), Cooperative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities (Prof T Wong PhD), Faculty of Medicine (Prof K Leder PhD, Prof Andrew Forbes PhD),Expand
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Measuring the non-separability of vector modes with digital micromirror devices
The non-separability between the spatial and polarisation Degrees of Freedom (DoFs) of complex vector light fields has drawn significant attention in recent time. Key to this are its remarkableExpand
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Experimental Study of the Thermodynamics of Entangled Photons under Kolmogorov Turbulence
P. H. Souto Ribeiro, ∗ T. Häffner, G. L. Zanin, N. Rubiano da Silva, R. Medeiros de Araújo, W. C. S. Silva, R. J. de Assis, L. C. Céleri, 4, † and A. Forbes ‡ Departamento de F́ısica, UniversidadeExpand