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Chemical applications of binary (e,2e) spectroscopy
Binary (e,2e) spectroscopy (also known as EMS) is applied to problems of chemical interest including imaging of orbital electron densities, electron transfer processes, investigation of differentExpand
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Huge metastable axial strain in ultrathin heteroepitaxial vertically aligned nanowires
Strain engineering is a powerful tool to tailor the physical properties of materials coherently stacked in an epitaxial heterostructure. Such an approach, applied to the mature field of planarExpand
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Imaging of the outer valence orbitals of CO by electron momentum spectroscopy — Comparison with high level MRSD-CI and DFT calculations
Abstract A newly constructed energy dispersive multichannel electron momentum spectrometer has been used to image the electron density of the outer valence orbitals of CO with high precision. BindingExpand
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Effects of dietary glycine selenium nanoparticles on loin quality, tissue selenium retention, and serum antioxidation in finishing pigs
Abstract Selenium is an indispensable nutrient for finishing pigs and it plays key roles in several physiological processes. Glycine selenium nanoparticles (G-SeNPs) is a new source of organicExpand
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Photodetachment of H^- in a static electric field near an elastic wall (7 pages)
The photodetachment cross section of H{sup -} in a static electric field near an elastic wall is investigated based on both a quantum approach and the semiclassical closed-orbit theory. It is foundExpand
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The impact of anthelmintic treatment on gut bacterial and fungal communities in diagnosed parasite-free sika deer Cervus nippon.
The gut microbiota, including both bacterial and fungal communities, plays vital roles in the gut homeostasis of animals, and antibiotics can lead to disorders of these microbial communities. The useExpand
AlAs-monolayer dependence of the Γ-X coupling in GaAs-AlAs type-II heterostructures
For ideal type-II GaAs/AlAs superlattices it was predicted that the coupling between $\ensuremath{\Gamma}$ and ${X}_{z}$ electron states is allowed (forbidden) if the number of monolayers in AlAsExpand
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