Z. R. Yang

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The biomembrane is postulated as the initial target when Platinum(II) complexes attack cells. In this work, a spin-labeling ESR technique has been used to study the effects of cis-DCDP, cis-DBDP, cis-DIDP, trans-DCDP, and cis-DADP on the permeability of human erythrocyte membrane. We monitored the reduction processes of the ESR signal of a nitroxide spin(More)
We study the statistics of level spacing of geometric resonances in the disordered binary networks. For a definite concentration p within the interval [0.2,0.7], numerical calculations indicate that the unfolded level spacing distribution P(t) and level number variance Sigma(2)(L) have general features. It is also shown that the short-range fluctuation P(t)(More)
One of the core issues for multiferroicity is the strongly coupled ferroelectric polarization and magnetization, while so far most multiferroics have antiferromagnetic order with nearly zero magnetization. Magnetic spinel compounds with ferrimagnetic order may be alternative candidates offering large magnetization when ferroelectricity can be activated(More)
We study the statistics of local field distribution solved by the Green’sfunction formalism (GFF) [Y. Gu et al., Phys. Rev. B 59 12847 (1999)] in the disordered binary resonant composites. For a percolating network, the inverse participation ratios (IPR) with q = 2 are illustrated, as well as the typical local field distributions of localized and extended(More)
Using the real-space renormalization-group transformation, we study the phase transitions of the Ashkin-Teller model including the antiferromagnetic interactions on a type of diamond hierarchical lattices, of which the number of bonds per branch of the generator is odd. The isotropic Ashkin-Teller model and the anisotropic one are, respectively,(More)
The critical slowing down of the kinetic Gaussian model on hierarchical lattices is studied by means of a real-space time-dependent renormalization-group transformation. The dynamic critical exponent z and the exponent Delta are calculated. For hierarchical lattices with reducible generators, both the dynamic critical exponent z and the exponent Delta are(More)
The critical dynamics of the kinetic Glauber-Ising model is studied on a family of the diamond-type hierarchical lattices with various branches. By carrying out the time-dependent real-space renormalization-group transformation to the master equation of the systems considered, the dynamic exponent is calculated. We find that the dynamic exponent depends on(More)
The phase transitions of the anisotropic Ashkin-Teller model on a family of diamond-type hierarchical lattices is studied by means of the transfer-matrix method and the real-space renormalization-group transformation. We find that the phase diagram, for the ferromagnetic case, consists of five phases, i.e., the fully disordered paramagnetic phase P, the(More)