Teruyasu Mizoguchi

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We are presenting here the new formulae for Bose-Einstein correlations (BEC) which contain effects of final state interactions (FSI) of both strong (in s-wave) and electromagnetic origin. We demonstrate the importance of FSI in BEC by analysing data for e + e − annihilation and for heavy collisions. The inclusion of FSI results in the practical elimination(More)
Titania nanosheets are two-dimensional single crystallites of titanium oxide with a thickness of one titanium or two oxygen atoms, and they show attractive material properties, such as photocatalytic reactions. Since a titania (Ti₀.₈₇O₂) nanosheet is synthesized by the delamination of a parent layered K₀.₈Ti₁.₇₃Li₀.₂₇O₄ crystal using a soft chemical(More)
Dislocation is a lattice imperfection of crystalline materials. Dislocation movement is induced during plastic deformation and influences the mechanical properties. Although the role of dislocation in mechanical properties has been well understood, the role of dislocation in electrical properties is completely lacking. Only Matthiessen's rule addresses the(More)
Using effective formulas we analyze the Bose-Einstein correlations (BEC) data corrected for Coulomb interactions provided by STAR Collaboration and the quasi-corrected data (raw data with acceptance correction etc) on 2π and 3π BEC by using Coulomb wave function with coherence parameter included. The corresponding magnitudes of the interaction regions turn(More)
Interfaces markedly affect the properties of materials because of differences in their atomic configurations. Determining the atomic structure of the interface is therefore one of the most significant tasks in materials research. However, determining the interface structure usually requires extensive computation. If the interface structure could be(More)
Glasses with high elastic moduli have been in demand for many years because the thickness of such glasses can be reduced while maintaining its strength. Moreover, thinner and lighter glasses are desired for the fabrication of windows in buildings and cars, cover glasses for smart-phones and substrates in Thin-Film Transistor (TFT) displays. In this work, we(More)
Atomic distribution in phosphors for neutron detection has not been fully elucidated, although their ionization efficiency is strongly dependent on the state of the rare earth in the matrix. In this work, we examine optical properties of Eu-doped 80LiF-20CaF2 eutectics for neutron detector applications based on the Eu distribution. At low concentrations,(More)
The thermal stability and dielectric and structural properties of ferroelectric Ba1-xCaxTi2O5 (0 ≤ x ≤ 0.30) prepared by crystallization from glass are investigated. The Ba1-xCaxTi2O5 compounds with x < 0.10 are thermally stable phases, while those with x ≥ 0.10 are metastable phases. The ferroelectric transition temperature drastically decreases from 470(More)
We report an effective approach for estimating the dynamic behaviour of molecules in liquid from their core-loss spectra by combining molecular dynamics simulations and first-principles band-structure calculations. The carbon K-edge of the technologically important methanol was calculated, and the experimental spectra were well reproduced using the(More)
In 1+1 dimensional hydrodynamics originally proposed by Landau, we derive a new potential and distribution function including Heaviside function and investigate its mathematical and physical properties. Using the original distribution derived by Landau, a distribution function found by Srivastava et al., our distribution function, and the Gaussian(More)