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Sclerosing therapy of internal hemorrhoids with a novel sclerosing agent
Background and aimsPatients with prolapsing internal hemorrhoids were treated with a novel sclerosing agent (OC-108), and the results were compared with surgery of ligation and excision.Patients andExpand
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The Freezing of Supercooled Water Droplets
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External Electric Field Assisted Ultraviolet Irradiation for Bonding of Lubricant Film on Magnetic Disks
In this paper, we sought to determine if, during ultraviolet (UV) exposure, the external electric field could control the bonded lubricant thickness. During UV irradiation, the effect of the externalExpand
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Frequency Analysis of Disturbance Torque Exerted on a Carriage Arm in Hard Disk Drives Using Hilbert–Huang Transform
In this paper, we applied the Hilbert–Huang transform (HHT) to the time series of the torque exerted on the carriage arm of a hard disk drive, which was calculated using the finite-element analysis.Expand
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Degradation of Carbon Overcoat Subjected to Laser Heating in an Inert Gas Environment in Thermally Assisted Magnetic Recording
Because the diamond-like carbon (DLC) thin film overcoat on a hard disk surface plays an important role in maintaining the reliability and durability of the head-disk interface, DLC degradation is aExpand
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Improvement in Heat Resistance of Perfluoropolyether Lubricant Films on Magnetic Disks by UV Irradiation with a Bias Voltage on the Disk Surface
Our previous study confirmed that the photoelectron-assisted ultraviolet (UV) irradiation with a bias voltage between the magnetic disk and the counter electrode above the disk surface increased theExpand
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Friction Characteristics of Ultrathin Perfluoropolyether Boundary Lubricant Films Subjected to Laser Irradiation Heating in Heat-Assisted Magnetic Recording
We investigated the laser-heating-temperature dependence of the friction characteristics of magnetic disks coated with boundary lubricant films by using a pin-on-disk tester and discussed theExpand
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Smear growth on head slider surface from siloxane outgas on heat assisted magnetic recording
In this study, the smear by the lubricant and siloxane pickup at the laser heating in the heat assisted magnetic recording (HAMR) was evaluated using our developed noncontact pin-on-disk test. TheExpand
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Reduction in lubricant pickup by bias voltage between slider and disk surfaces
Abstract We studied the effect of bias voltage between slider and disk surfaces to reduce lubricant pickup by the slider. A perfluoropolyether (PFPE) lubricant film, which is coated on the diskExpand
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