Shizuka Takayama

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The dynamic light scattering (DLS) method provides us with information about the apparent diffusion coefficient, Dapp, as well as the static scattering intensity, Is, of particles in solution. For long but thin rods with length L and diameter d, the dependence on L and d of Dapp is quite different from that of Is. By means of DLS we studied synthetic myosin(More)
The present study examined the contribution of local airflow temperature to thermal sensation and comfort in humans. Eight healthy male students were exposed to local airflow to their faces (summer condition) or legs (winter condition) for 30 minutes. Local airflow temperature (Tf) was maintained at 18 degrees C to 36 degrees C, and ambient temperature (Ta)(More)
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