Ryo Teranishi

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A study is reported on the perception of empty time intervals marked by auditory signals. Nakajima's supplement hypothesis, which states that the subjective duration of a subjectively empty time interval is proportional to its physical duration plus a constant of approximately 80 ms, was examined quantitatively. Although this hypothesis has been used to(More)
In the context of high temperature superconductors, pulsed laser deposition derived GdBa2Cu3O7-δ sample with BaHfO3 nanoparticles has been reported to achieve high current density and good IC-B-θ characteristics at high temperatures. Herein, we have carried out a thorough nanostrucural characterization of BaHfO3 nanoparticles embedded in GdBCO matrix using(More)
GdBa2Cu3O7-δ is one of the best candidates for the superconducting coated conductors because it has high critical temperature and high critical current density under high magnetic fields. In this study, superconducting GdBa2Cu3O7-δ films were fabricated by fluorine-free metal organic deposition method via two different calcination temperatures, 723K and(More)
Fe(TexSy) films were fabricated on (100) SrTiO3 substrates from Fe(Te0.65S0.16) amorphous precursors by a solid phase epitaxial growth process under various background atmospheric conditions. Structural analysis by x-ray diffraction showed strong peaks corresponding to Fe(TexSy) phases, when the amorphous precursors were heated with Fe(Te0.8S0.2) sintered(More)
Critical current (IC) of superconductor films under magnetic field is strongly influenced by dispersions and morphologies of artificial pinning centers (APCs) in general [1]. BaHfO3 (BHO) is acknowledged as the best candidates of APCs for REBCO films, which shows utmost thickness dependence and isotropic angular dependence of IC values for REBCO films [2].(More)
We are proposing an innovative concept and technology, Soft Solution Processing (SSP) for ceramics, which aims to achieve direct fabrication of shaped, sized, located, oriented ceramic materials from solutions without firing and/or sintering. We have successfully fabricated thin and thick films of BaTiO3, SrTiO3, BaWO4, SrMoO4, LiCoO2, and LiNiO2 by SSP in(More)