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A stable hydrogen photogeneration system containing fluorescein as a photosensitizer with nickel(II) chloride as a catalyst precursor in basic solution was found to undergo in situ photoreduction of nickel(II) to zero-valent Ni nanoparticles to catalyze highly efficient hydrogen evolution under visible light irradiation.
With the rapid development of computer graphics, the Partial Differential Equations (PDE) based geometry reconstruction technique has recently been considered as a powerful tool for 3D face modeling. However, the challenge on the accuracy of the reconstructed 3D face still exists due to the diversity of facial expressions. In this paper, an error driven 3D(More)
We propose an heterogeneous multi-FPGA accelerating solution, which is called as RP-ring (Reconfigurable Processor ring), for direct-summation N-body simulation. In this solution, we try to use existing FPGA boards rather than design new specialized boards to reduce cost. It can be expanded conveniently with any available FPGA board and only requires quite(More)
Modified Newtonian dynamics (MOND) has shown a great success as a modified-potential theory of gravity. In this paper, we present a highly integrated accelerating solution for N-body MOND simulations. By using the FPGA-SoC, which integrates both FPGA and SOC (system on chip) in one chip, our solution exhibits potential for better performance, higher(More)
New platinum(ii) and ruthenium(ii) mononuclear complexes with naphthalene-based Schiff base ligands L1 (H2-selnaph) and L2 (H2-selnaph-COOH) were synthesized: Pt-selnaph (), Pt-selnaph-COOH (), Ru-selnaph(4-picoline)2 (), and Ru-selnaph(isoquinoline)2 (). The complexes were characterized by NMR spectroscopy, matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization(More)