Taketoshi Kasai

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We present data-analysis schemes and results of observations with the TAMA300 gravitational-wave detector, targeting burst signals from stellar-core collapse events. In analyses for burst grav-itational waves, the detection and fake-reduction schemes are different from well-investigated ones for a chirp-wave analysis, because precise waveform templates are(More)
and of six signals in the I3C-NMR spectrum (Table 1) is consistent with a molecular structure with DZh symmetry and delocalized n-electron system. This is confirmed by the X-ray structure analysis,"" which reveals a planar ring system with inversion center for 10 (Fig. 1). The maximum distance of the ring-C atoms from the mean plane is k 1.5 pm. The(More)
Steric effect for the XeBr(*) (B, C) formation in the oriented Xe(*)((3)P(2), M(J) = 2) + oriented CF(3)Br reaction has been observed as a function of the mutual configuration between the molecular orientation and the atomic orientation in the collision frame. Molecular steric opacity function has been determined as a function of the atomic orbital(More)
Steric effects for the XeI(*) (B) and XeI(*) (C) formations in the oriented Xe(*) ((3)P(2),M(J)=2)+oriented CF(3)I reaction have been observed as a function of the mutual configuration between molecular orientation and atomic alignment in the collision frame. The mutual configuration exercises the significant influences on the stereoanisotropy for both the(More)
It has been recently shown that the lens equation for a binary gravitational lens, which is apparently a coupled system, can be reduced to a real fifth-order (quintic) algebraic equation. Some algebraic properties of the real quintic equation are revealed. We find that the number of images on each side of the separation axis is independent of the mass ratio(More)
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