V. T. T. Trang

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The diverse functional repertoire of proteins promises to yield new materials with unprecedented capabilities, so long as versatile chemical methods are available to introduce synthetic components at specific sites on biomolecule surfaces. As a demonstration of this potential, we have used site-selective strategies to attach antifreeze proteins found in(More)
A new data acquisition (DAQ) system for the CANDLES experiment was developed using the SpaceWire protocol and the DAQ-Middleware framework. The CANDLES experiment uses a trigger board and Flash Analog-to-Digital Converters (FADCs). The SpaceWire helps us construct the DAQ system with a flexible and multi-path access to FADCs and the trigger board. FADCs(More)
The Pade approximation method has been applied to calculate the epithermal neutron self-shielding factors for some materials used as a comparator in k(0)-standardization method. It includes a Doppler broadening effect correction. Based on an assumption of an isotropic neutron field, the epithermal neutron self-shielding factors in foils and wires of Co, Mo,(More)
Herein, we describe an organocatalytic living polymerization approach to network and subsequent hydrogel formation. Cyclic carbonate-functionalized macromolecules were ring-opened using an alcoholic initiator in the presence of an organic catalyst, amidine 1,8-diazabicyclo[5.4.0]undec-7-ene. A model reaction for the cross-linking identified monomer(More)
The CANDLES experiment is a study of the double beta decay of <sup>48</sup>Ca nuclei. The detector consists of two scintillators. One is the CaF<sub>2</sub> crystal that acts as a source of double beta decay and a scintillator. The other is a liquid scintillator, which is used for gamma-veto. The total light collected from the liquid scintillator is on the(More)
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