J. A. Kong

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3 Polymeric self-assembly into micelles and hollow spheres with multiscale cavities driven by inclusion complexation
Recent developments in high-temperature superconductivity highlight a generic tendency of the cuprates to develop competing electronic (charge) supermodulations. While coupled with the lattice and showing different characteristics in different materials, these supermodulations themselves are generally conceived to be quasi-two-dimensional, residing mainly(More)
The random medium model is used to interpret the polarimetric active and passive me_urements of saline ice. The ice layer is described as a host ice medium embedded with randomly distributed inhomogeneitles, and the underlying sea water is considered as a homogeneous halbspaee. The scatterers in the ice layer are modeled with an ellipsoidal correlation(More)
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