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The inhibition of N2O5 hydrolysis in sulfuric acid by 1-butanol and 1-hexanol surfactant coatings.
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Gas-liquid scattering experiments indicate that short-chain alcohol surfactants impede or enhance sulfuric acid-mediated reactions in ways that depend on the chain length, liquid phase acidity, and nature of the gas molecule. Expand
Search for gluino mediated bottom- and top-squark production in multijet final states in pp collisions at 8 TeV
A search for supersymmetry is presented based on events with large missing transverse energy, no isolated electron or muon, and at least three jets with one or more identified as a bottom-quark jet.Expand
Some fundamental properties and reactions of ice surfaces at low temperatures.
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The static and dynamic properties of an ice surface as a reaction medium, such as its structure, molecule diffusion and proton transfer dynamics, and the surface preference of hydronium and hydroxide ions, are discussed in relation to the reactivity of the surface. Expand
Superheavy dark matter and IceCube neutrino signals: Bounds on decaying dark matter
Superheavy dark matter may show its presence in high energy neutrino signals detected on earth. From the latest results of IceCube, we could set the strongest lower bound on the lifetime of darkExpand
X-ray line signal from 7 keV axino dark matter decay
Article history: Recently a weak X-ray emission around Eγ � 3. 5k eV was detected in the Andromeda galaxy and various galaxy clusters including the Perseus galaxy cluster but its source has beenExpand
Rotating black holes at future colliders: Greybody factors for brane fields
We study theoretical aspects of the rotating black hole production and evaporation in the extra dimension scenarios with TeV scale gravity, within the mass range in which the higher dimensional KerrExpand
Inflation by non-minimal coupling
Inflationary scenarios based on simple non-minimal coupling a2R and its generalizations are studied. Generalizing the form of non-minimal coupling to K()R with an arbitrary function K(), we show thatExpand
Testing Higgs Triplet Model and Neutrino Mass Patterns
The observed neutrino oscillation data might be explained by new physics at a TeV scale, which is testable in the future experiments. Among various possibilities, the low-energy Higgs triplet modelExpand
Black holes and the LHC: A review
Abstract In low-scale gravity models, a particle collider with trans-Planckian collision energies can be an ideal place for producing black holes because a large amount of energy can be concentratedExpand
Neutrino mass from R-parity violation in split supersymmetry
We investigate how the observed neutrino data can be accommodated by R-parity violation in Split Supersymmetry. The atmospheric neutrino mass and mixing are explained by the bilinear parameters ξiExpand
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