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Although valence electrons are clearly delocalized in molecular bonding frameworks, chemists and physicists have long debated the question of whether the core vacancy created in a homonuclear diatomic molecule by absorption of a single x-ray photon is localized on one atom or delocalized over both. We have been able to clarify this question with an(More)
Behçet's disease (BD) represents a multisystemic disorder that combines features of immune-mediated diseases and autoinflammatory disorders. Even though it is recognized that every type or size of vessel can be affected in this disease, there is an inability to describe a coherent model that sufficiently explains the predilection of certain patients with BD(More)
BACKGROUND/AIMS One of psychology's challenges is to develop and evaluate sensitive tests in the area of social cognition. Yet, there are few available scales that can measure mild deficits in social understanding, especially for typically developing (TD) populations. The Reading the Mind in the Eyes Test (children's version) was translated and adapted for(More)
Hydrogen-like ions are the simplest and most fundamental atomic systems whose study along the isoelec-tronic sequence provides detailed information about the effects of relativity and quantum-electrodynamics on the atomic structure. Since these effects are largest for the 1s ground-state, experimental studies of L → K transitions are of paramount importance(More)
For the future storage-ring experiments at the FAIR facility besides a large target area density (10 13-10 15 cm-2) a small interaction length (<5 mm) is also required, especially for the low-Z gases hydrogen and helium. State-of-the-art internal targets are realized by producing a supersonic gas jet, i.e., by expanding a gas through a nozzle into vacuum,(More)
Networks are a powerful and useful tool for analysing complex systems. Three main types of networks have been proposed in the relative literature in order to interpret adequately evolving or stationary phenomena. In this research, two network structures are analysed; the first type is the random network, which was initially introduced by Erdos and Rényi.(More)
To fulfil the requirements of future storage-ring experiments at the FAIR facility, a further development of the past internal gas jet-target source at the ESR was a crucial task. Besides a higher target area density (TAD) in the interaction region (10 13-10 15 cm-2), especially for the low-Z gases hydrogen and helium, a considerably small interaction(More)
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