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Using the newly developed VASP2WANNIER90 interface we have constructed maximally localized Wannier functions (MLWFs) for the e(g) states of the prototypical Jahn-Teller magnetic perovskite LaMnO(3) at different levels of approximation for the exchange-correlation kernel. These include conventional density functional theory (DFT) with and without the(More)
To achieve low write current in high density Spin Transfer Torque Magnetic Random Access Memory (STT-MRAM) arrays, it is important to understand and co-optimize the different kinds of device switching currents, governed by different materials parameters. We demonstrate that double magnetic tunnel junctions (DMTJs) lower the switching current threshold(More)
A new biflavonoid-C-glycoside named occidentoside, also the known (-)salipurposide and beta-sitosterol, have been isolated from the nut shells of Anacardium occidentale L. (Anacardiaceae). The structure of occidentoside has been established as tetrahydroninokiflavone-C-glucoside (III) from spectral and chemical evidence. This is the first biflavonoid to(More)
Determinants of Intestinal Permeability in Healthy First Degree Relatives of Crohn’s Disease Patients, W. Turpin, D. Kevans, K. Shestopaloff, M. Smith, D. Guttman, M. Silverberg, W. Xu, A. Paterson, and K. Croitoru University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, ON, Canada Dalla Lana School of Public Health, Toronto, ON, Canada(More)
The biflavanone mixture from semecarpus anacardium L. was reisolated and dehydrogenated with I (2)/KOAc in AcOH to yield the corresponding, relatively more stable, biflavone mixture which was methylated using diazomethane. Two biflavone methyl ethers SA1 and SA2 were obtained which confirmed the structures proposed for the parent biflavanones A1 and A2(More)
Title of Ph.D. Dissertation: THIN TWO-PHASE HEAT SPREADERS WITH BOILING ENHANCEMENT MICROSTRUCTURES FOR THERMAL MANAGEMENT OF ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS Sunil S Murthy, Doctor of Philosophy, 2004 Dissertation directed by: Professor Yogendra K. Joshi Department of Mechanical Engineering The current study goes over a design methodology for thin, two-phase heat(More)
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