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SMART: The First Licensed Advanced Integral Reactor
SMART (system-integrated modular advanced reactor) is a small-sized advanced integral reactor with a rated thermal power of 330 MW. It can produce 100 MW of electricity, or 90 MW of electricity and
Gauge-invariant response functions of fermions coupled to a gauge field.
The resulting gauge-invariant two-particle Green's functions can be described by Fermi liquid forms without a diverging effective mass and it is shown that the gauge field propagator is not renormalized up to two-loop order.
Treatment of neutrino oscillations without resort to weak eigenstates.
  • Giunti, Kim, Lee
  • Physics
    Physical review. D, Particles and fields
  • 17 May 1993
It is shown that only in the extremely relativistic limit can the usual quantum mechanical oscillation probability be factored out of the time-averaged cross section.
Remarks on the weak states of neutrinos.
  • Giunti, Kim, Lee
  • Physics
    Physical review. D, Particles and fields
  • 1 April 1992
It is shown that the weak states which are used in the standard treatment of neutrino oscillations do not, in general, describe correctly the neutrinos produced and detected in weak-interaction
Constraints on the spectral index from primordial black holes.
  • Kim, Lee
  • Physics, Medicine
    Physical review. D, Particles and fields
  • 15 November 1996
Biochemical responses of fish exposed to a harmful dinoflagellate Cochlodinium polykrikoides.
  • Kim, Lee, Kim
  • Environmental Science
    Journal of experimental marine biology and…
  • 20 November 2000
When do neutrinos really oscillate? Quantum mechanics of neutrino oscillations.
  • Giunti, Kim, Lee
  • Physics
    Physical review. D, Particles and fields
  • 1 December 1991
The quantum mechanics of neutrino oscillations is reexamined by studying the propagation of a flavor neutrino described by a superposition of mass-eigenstate wave packets, without making the usual
Development of a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) procedure for the detection of baculovirus associated with white spot syndrome (WSBV) in penaeid shrimp.
  • Kim, Sohn, Jang
  • Biology
    Journal of fish diseases
  • 1998
The causative viral agent was purified from diseased shrimp Penaeus japonicus with white spot syndrome (WSBV) and according to the results of nucleotide sequence analysis, none of the WSBV clones showed considerable sequence homology with those of other known viruses, indicating that W SBV is a new virus causing a serious disease in shrimp.