T. Lahtinen

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The paper considers the intensity modulated radiation therapy (inverse) treatment planning. An approach to determine the trajectories of the leaves of the multileaf collimator (MLC) in order to produce the prescribed intensity distribution is developed. The paper concentrates on the multiple static delivery technique. A mathematical model for calculating(More)
The title compound, C29H42N4O5·0.5H2O, comprises four structural units. A flexible prop-yloxy unit in a gauche conformation, with a -C(H2)-C(H2)-C(H2)-O- torsion angle of -64.32 (18)°, connects an isoxazole ring and an approximately planar phenyl-oxa-diazole ring system [with a maxixmum devation of 0.061 (2) Å], which are oriented almost parallel to one(More)
The title compound, C18H21BF2N2, is a lipophilic dye based on a BODIPY fluoro-phore backbone, which was developed for microscopic imaging of lipid droplets; the mol-ecule has a planar BODIPY core [dihedral angle between the pyrrole rings = 2.3 (3)°] and two tetra-methyl-ene substituents at the 2,3- and 5,6-positions in a half-chair conformation. One of the(More)
In the title compound, C(14)H(8)F(5)NO, the dihedral angle between the planes of the penta-fluoro-phenyl and phenyl rings is 18.34 (5)°. An inter-molecular N-H⋯O hydrogen bond between the amide groups connects these mol-ecules to form an infinite chain through the crystal structure. One weak intermolecular C-H⋯O contact and one π-π interaction(More)
The title compound, C(23)H(20)O(2), is a precursor of a pyrene-based supra-molecular element for non-covalent attachment to a carbon nanotube. The asymmetric unit contains three independent mol-ecules. The carb-oxy-lic acid group in each of these mol-ecules serves as an inter-molecular hydrogen-bond donor and acceptor, generating the commonly observed(More)
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