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Molecular-electronic transducers (MET) have a high conversion coefficient and low power consumption, and do not require precision mechanical components thus allowing the construction of cost- and power-efficient seismic accelerometers. Whereas the instrumental resolution of a MET accelerometer within the 0.1-100 Hz frequency range surpasses that of the best(More)
Modern molecular electronic transfer (MET) angular motion sensors combine high technical characteristics with low cost. Self-noise is one of the key characteristics which determine applications for MET sensors. However, until the present there has not been a model describing the sensor noise in the complete operating frequency range. The present work(More)
Calculations of microscopic optical potentials (OP's) (their real and imaginary parts) are performed to analyze the 6 He+p elastic scattering data at a few tens of MeV/nucleon (MeV/N). The OP's and the cross sections are calculated using three model densities of 6 He. Effects of the regularization of the NN forces and their dependence on nuclear density are(More)
The possibility of using the polypeptide fraction of the pancreatic juice to accelerate healing of an intestinal anastomosis was studied in experiments. It was shown that the pancreatic polypeptides possess the properties of potential growth factors: after a single injection of these substances into the zone of the anastomosis during the operation, the(More)
Charge form factors corresponding to proton density distributions in exotic nuclei, such as 6,8 He, 11 Li, 17,19 B and 14 Be are calculated and compared. The results can be used as tests of various theoretical models for the exotic nuclei structure in possible future experiments using a colliding electron-exotic nucleus storage ring. The result of such a(More)
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