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Convective and periodic motion driven by a chemical wave
The generation of convective flow by a chemical wave was studied experimentally on a mm-sized droplet of Belousov–Zhabotinsky (BZ) reaction medium. A propagating chemical wave causes a transient… Expand
Design and testing of a compact non-orthogonal two-axis Lloyd's mirror interferometer for fabrication of large-area two-dimensional scale gratings
Abstract A compact and stable two-axis Lloyd’s mirror interferometer based on a new non-orthogonal type of mirror-substrate assembly is designed for fabrication of 100 mm × 100 mm large-area… Expand
Size-Dependent Switching of the Spatiotemporal Structure between a Traveling Wave and Global Rhythm
The spatiotemporal chemical structure in the Belousov−Zhabotinsky (BZ) reaction was studied using spherical beads of ion-exchange resin doped with ferroin by changing the size of the beads. Above an… Expand
Size-Dependent Belousov-Zhabotinsky Oscillation in Small Beads
We examined chemical oscillations in the Belousov−Zhabotinsky (BZ) reaction with spherical ion-exchange resin beads (radius: 0.1−0.4 mm) loaded with a cationic catalyst, ferroin, in which no… Expand
Influences of misalignment errors of optical components in an orthogonal two-axis Lloyd's mirror interferometer.
- Y. Shimizu, Ryo Aihara, Zongwei Ren, Yuan-Liu Chen, S. Ito, W. Gao
- Physics, Medicine
- Optics express
- 28 November 2016
This paper presents a detailed analysis on the influence of misalignment errors of optical components in an orthogonal two-axis Lloyd's mirror interferometer, which can fabricate two-dimensional… Expand
Synchronization of electrically induced calcium firings in self-assembled cardiac cells.
We study the adaptive changes of a population of cells responding to external stimulus. Two-dimensionally distributed cardiac cells were homogeneously subjected to periodic electrical stimulus and… Expand
Slowing and Stopping of Chemical Waves in a Narrowing Canal
The propagation of a chemical wave in a narrow, cone-shaped glass capillary was investigated. When a chemical wave propagates from the wider end to the narrower end, it slows, stops, and then… Expand
Three-axis vibration measurement by using a grating-interferometric vibrometer
Abstract Three-axis vibration measurement of the linear air-bearing stage demonstrated by utilizing the method of the multi-axis laser interferometer is discussed. In order to detect the X-Y-Z… Expand
Localized Domains in a Periodically Forced Cardiac Monolayer(Oscillation, Chaos and Network Dynamics in Nonlinear Science)
We present experimental results of pattern formation in a forced system of coupled cellular oscillators. The response of spatially distributed cultured cardiac cells to a periodic forcing of… Expand