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Porous carbon materials for microwave absorption

Jin-Bo Cheng, Hai-Gang Shi, Min Cao, Ting Wang, Hai-Bo Zhao, Yu-Zhong Wang
2020 Materials Advances  
Cheng et al. fabricated porous CoNi@N-doped carbon nanotube clusters via a facile coordination and carbonization process using melamine as a carbon source.  ...  Porous banana leaflike carbon-doped MoS 2 aerogels with low densities (B0.12 g cm À3 ) were also manufactured by Cheng et al. via self-assembly and pyrolysis processes.  ... 
doi:10.1039/d0ma00662a fatcat:qpnhsnnvmrb2pe4hykxkfye4he

A scatter correction method for Multi-MeV Flash Radiography [article]

Qinggang Jia, Peng-Cheng Mao, Yang-Bo, Dun-Fu Shi, Ling-Yu Zhang, Deng-Li, Hai-Bo Xu
2021 arXiv   pre-print
1 Yang-Bo 1 Shi Dun-Fu 1 Zhang Ling-Yu 1 Deng-Li 1 Xu Hai-Bo 1 b) Reconstructed densities by visible light Fig.1.  ...  scatter correction for density reconstruction. .b. a) Expected visible light distribution and primary component of FTO A scatter correction method for Multi-MeV Flash Radiography Jia Qinggang* 1 , Mao Peng-Cheng  ... 
arXiv:2112.00521v1 fatcat:cpjvh6jxsvdb3jfvz3t762jheq

Global quantum discord in infinite quantum spin chains [article]

Zhao-Yu Sun, Yan-E Liao, Bin Guo, Hai-Lin Huang, Duo Zhang, Jian Xu, Bi-Fu Zhan, Yu-Yin Wu, Hong-Guang Cheng, Guo-Zhi Wen, Chao Fang, Cheng-Bo Duan, Bo Wang
2014 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we study global quantum discord (GQD) in infinite-size spin chains. For this purpose, in the framework of matrix product states (MPSs), we propose an effective procedure to calculate GQD (denoted as Gn) for consecutive n-site subchains in infinite chains. For a spin-1/2 three-body interaction model, whose ground state can be exactly expressed as MPSs, We use the procedure to study Gn with n up to 24. Then for a spin-1/2 XXZ chain, we firstly use infinite time-evolving block
more » ... tion (iTEBD) algorithm to obtain the approximate wavefunction in the from of MPSs, and then figure out Gn with n up to 18. In both models, Gn shows an interesting linear growth as the increase of n, that is, Gn = k*n+b. Moreover, in non-critical regions the slope k of Gn converges very fast, while in critical regions it converges relatively slow, and the behaviors are explained in a clear physical picture with the short-range and long-range correlations. Based on these results, we propose to use Gn/n to describe the global correlations in infinite chains. Gn/n has twofold physical meanings. Firstly, it can be regarded as "global discord per site", very similar to "energy per site" or "magnetization per site" in quantum magnetic systems. Secondly, Gn/n (when n is large enough) describes the quantum correlation between a single site and an (n-1)-site block. Then we successfully apply our theory to an exactly soluble infinite-size spin XY chain which is beyond the matrix product formula, and the Hamiltonian can reduce to the transverse-field Ising model and the XX model. The relation between GQD and quantum phase transitions in these models is discussed.
arXiv:1412.5285v1 fatcat:dbs54qqug5acdjgzqfbph6p7me

1-Methyl-1,2,3,4-tetrahydrocarbolin-2-ium-3-carboxylate

Cheng-Tao Lu, Lin-lin Jing, Hai-Bo Wang, Hai-Feng Tang, Xiao-Li Sun
2010 Acta Crystallographica Section E  
E66, o446 [https://doi.org/10.1107/S1600536810002163] 1-Methyl-1,2,3,4-tetrahydrocarbolin-2-ium-3-carboxylate Cheng-Tao Lu, Lin-lin Jing, Hai-Bo Wang, Hai-Feng Tang and Xiao-Li Sun D-HÁ Á ÁA D -H HÁ  ... 
doi:10.1107/s1600536810002163 pmid:21579861 pmcid:PMC2979936 fatcat:7ctn5jrrcfbwrixk7ey3c77c3e

Intestinal Morphologic and Microbiota Responses to Dietary Bacillus spp. in a Broiler Chicken Model

Cheng-liang Li, Jing Wang, Hai-jun Zhang, Shu-geng Wu, Qian-ru Hui, Cheng-bo Yang, Re-jun Fang, Guang-hai Qi
2019 Frontiers in Physiology  
Dietary inclusion of probiotic Bacillus spp. beneficially affect the broiler chickens by balancing the properties of the indigenous microbiota causing better growth performance. The effects of three Bacillus spp. on the growth performance, intestinal morphology and the compositions of jejunal microflora were investigated in broiler chickens. A total of 480 1-day-old male Arbor Acres broilers were randomly divided into four groups. All groups had six replicates and 20 birds were included in each
more » ... replicate. The control birds were fed with a corn-soybean basal diet, while three treatment diets were supplemented with Bacillus coagulans TBC169, B. subtilis PB6, and B. subtilis DSM32315 with a dosage of 1 × 109 cfu/kg, respectively. The experiment lasted for 42 days. The compositions and diversity of jejunal microflora were analyzed by MiSeq high-throughput sequencing. The B. coagulans TBC169 group showed marked improvements of growth performance, nutrient digestibility and intestinal morphology compared with the other B. subtilis treatments. B. coagulans TBC169 supplementation improved the average body weight (BW), average daily weight gain (ADG), total tract apparent digestibility of crude protein and gross energy (GE), and reduced feed conversion rate (FCR) compared with the control group (P < 0.05). The villus height to crypt depth ratio (VH/CD) of jejunum and duodenum was increased in the birds fed with B. coagulans TBC169 compared with the control group (P < 0.05). However, two B. subtilis treatments presented more positive variation of the jejunum microflora of chickens than that in the B. coagulans TBC169 group. B. subtilis PB6 and B. subtilis DSM32315 treatments improved the diversity of jejunal microbiota on day 21 compared with the control (P < 0.05), while which were decreased on day 42 (P < 0.05). The supplementation with B. coagulans TBC169 significantly improved the proportion of Firmicutes, otherwise two B. subtilis significantly improved the proportion of Proteobacteria, Bacteroidetes, Actinobacteria, and Acidobacteria at the phylum level during starter phase and decreased the proportion of Bacteroidetes during growing phase compared with the control. The supplementation with B.subtilis DSM32315 significantly improved the proportion of Clostridiales during starter phase, whereas two B. subtilis significantly improved the proportion of Pseudomonas, Burkholderia, Prevotella, DA101 during growing phase at the genus level compared with the control. In conclusion, the dietary supplementation with probiotic Bacillus spp. strains improved body weight and intestinal morphology in broiler chickens, which might be associated with the gut microbiota.
doi:10.3389/fphys.2018.01968 pmid:30705639 pmcid:PMC6344408 fatcat:ggvnj46wa5chzng3563jhzivxa

Logistic regression analysis of the risk factors of acute renal failure complicating limb war injuries

Chang-zhi CHENG, Dong-hai ZHAO, Quan-yue LI, Hai-yan QU, Bo-cheng CHEN, Zhou-dan LIN
2011 Medical Journal of Chinese People's Liberation Army  
Objective To explore the risk factors of complication of acute renal failure(ARF) in war injuries of limbs.Methods The clinical data of 352 patients with limb injuries admitted to 303 Hospital of PLA from 1968 to 2002 were retrospectively analyzed.The patients were divided into ARF group(n=9) and non-ARF group(n=343) according to the occurrence of ARF,and the case-control study was carried out.Ten factors which might lead to death were analyzed by logistic regression to screen the risk factors
more » ... or ARF,including causes of trauma,shock after injury,time of admission to hospital after injury,injured sites,combined trauma,number of surgical procedures,presence of foreign matters,features of fractures,amputation,and tourniquet time.Results Fifteen of the 352 patients died(4.3%),among them 7 patients(46.7%) died of ARF,3(20.0%) of pulmonary embolism,3(20.0%) of gas gangrene,and 2(13.3%) of multiple organ failure.Univariate analysis revealed that the shock,time before admitted to hospital,amputation and tourniquet time were the risk factors for ARF in the wounded with limb injuries,while the logistic regression analysis showed only amputation was the risk factor for ARF(P < 0.05).Conclusion ARF is the primary cause-of-death in the wounded with limb injury.Prompt and accurate treatment and optimal time for amputation may be beneficial to decreasing the incidence and mortality of ARF in the wounded with severe limb injury and ischemic necrosis.
doaj:d4aabdf9c761408c954119a49b230242 fatcat:ataglu62bngcjgyr5pxiiivvjy

An Incremental Optimal Weight Learning Machine of Single-Layer Neural Networks

Hai-Feng Ke, Cheng-Bo Lu, Xiao-Bo Li, Gao-Yan Zhang, Ying Mei, Xue-Wen Shen
2018 Scientific Programming  
An optimal weight learning machine with growth of hidden nodes and incremental learning (OWLM-GHNIL) is given by adding random hidden nodes to single hidden layer feedforward networks (SLFNs) one by one or group by group. During the growth of the networks, input weights and output weights are updated incrementally, which can implement conventional optimal weight learning machine (OWLM) efficiently. The simulation results and statistical tests also demonstrate that the OWLM-GHNIL has better
more » ... alization performance than other incremental type algorithms.
doi:10.1155/2018/3732120 fatcat:6miiiazxlrcldkxzqmvf2ex5lq

Penetration and internal blast behavior of reactive liner enhanced shaped charge against concrete space

Hao Zhang, Yuan-feng Zheng, Qing-bo Yu, Chao Ge, Cheng-hai Su, Hai-fu Wang
2021 Defence Technology  
Penetration and internal blast behavior of reactive liner enhanced shaped charge against concrete space were investigated through experiments and simulations. The volume of the enclosed concrete space is about 15 m 3 . The reactive liner enhanced shaped charge utilizes reactive copper double-layered liner, which is composed of an inner copper liner and an outer reactive liner, while the reactive material liner is fabricated by PTFE/Al (Polytetrafluoroethylene/Aluminum) powders through
more » ... ing and sintering. Static explosion experiments show that, compared with the shaped charge which utilizes copper liner, the penetration cavity diameter and spalling area of concrete by the novel shaped charge were enlarged to 2 times and 4 times, respectively. Meanwhile, the following reactive material had blast effect and produced significant overpressure inside the concrete closed space. Theoretical analysis indicates concrete strength and detonation pressure of reactive material both affect the penetration cavity diameter. To the blast behavior of reactive material inside the concrete space, developing TNT equivalence model and simulated on AUTODYN-3D for analysis. Simulation results reproduced propagation process of the shock wave in concrete space, and revealed multi-peaks phenomenon of overpressure-time curves. Furthermore, the empirical relationship between the peak overpressure and relative distance for the shock wave of reactive material was proposed.
doi:10.1016/j.dt.2021.04.011 fatcat:g7iq6zzswfehrl6ucfarkih3ty

Management of complete ureteral avulsion in ureteroscopy

Ping-Ju Tsai, Hay-Yan J. Wang, Tung-Bo Chao, Cheng-Chen Su
2014 Urological Science  
Ureteral avulsion is an uncommon yet severe complication of ureteroscopy. Among 8336 patients who received ureteroscopic procedures in our hospital from December 2001 to December 2011, we encountered two cases of ureteral avulsion. The first of these experienced disruption at the ureteropelvic junction due to extraction of the tubular ureter from the urethra, which was corrected by immediate open surgery to reposition and anastomose the ureter. The second patient sustained a proximal ureteral
more » ... sruption following retrieval of the ureteroscope, which was wedged in the narrow lumen of the proximal ureter, and led to simultaneous extraction of the distal ureter. Immediate surgical intervention was performed to maintain ureteral continuity. Mild hydronephrosis was observed in kidneys that were ipsilateral to the ureteral avulsion in both patients. However, no physical discomfort or loss of renal function was indicated after 12 months.
doi:10.1016/j.urols.2012.03.006 fatcat:4fcltgi4orf4zcsrzg4gxanudm

Ligustrazine monomer against cerebral ischemia-reperfusion injury

Qing-chun Mu, Hai-yan Huang, Hai-jun Gao, Peng-fei Liu, Pei-wen Li, Zhuo-yan Huang, Feng-bo Yu, Ting Lei, Yong Chen, Ye Cheng
2015 Neural Regeneration Research  
., 2013; Cheng et al., 2007; Gong et al., 2014; Zhang et al., 2014a , b TUNEL-positive neuronal cells Mitochondria releases apoptosis-inducing factor, which may be a hydrolase.  ... 
doi:10.4103/1673-5374.156991 pmid:26109963 pmcid:PMC4468780 fatcat:jjbjwqcpznch3k4wvgdq2ijofq

Field work on nasal allergy VI
鼻アレルギー疫学調査より・第6報

Akira MIYOSHI, Lei CHENG, Min YIN, Hai-Bo SHI, Taro SHIRAKAWA, Jin-hai TANG, Jiacuo ZHAXI, Zhen NI, Takeshi KONO
2004 Jibi to Rinsho  
doi:10.11334/jibi1954.50.6_427 fatcat:duymo436gvdwxmhexgryzwmzgu

Recent progress in testing Newtonian inverse square law at short range

Tan Wen-Hai, Wang Jian-Bo, Shao Cheng-Gang, Tu Liang-Cheng, Yang Shan-Qing, Luo Peng-Shun, Luo Jun
2018 Wuli xuebao  
谭文海 1) 王建波 1) 邵成刚 1) 涂良成 1) 杨山清 1) † 罗鹏顺 1) ‡ 罗俊 1)2) † † 1) (华中科技大学物理学院, 基本物理量测量教育部重点实验室, 引力与量子物理湖北省重点实验室, 武汉 430074) 2) (中山大学天琴引力物理研究中心, 珠海 519082)
doi:10.7498/aps.67.20180636 fatcat:42pacigvfnhgddmnckm3yzjkza

Rapid production of large-area deep sub-wavelength hybrid structures by femtosecond laser light-field tailoring

Lei Wang, Qi-Dai Chen, Rui Yang, Bin-Bin Xu, Hai-Yu Wang, Hai Yang, Cheng-Song Huo, Hong-Bo Sun, Hai-Ling Tu
2014 Applied Physics Letters  
The goal of creation of large-area deep sub-wavelength nanostructures by femtosecond laser irradiation onto various materials is being hindered by the limited coherence length. Here, we report solution of the problem by light field tailoring of the incident beam with a phase mask, which serves generation of wavelets. Direct interference between the wavelets, here the first-order diffracted beams, and interference between a wavelet and its induced waves such as surface plasmon polariton are
more » ... nsible for creation of microgratings and superimposed nanogratings, respectively. The principle of wavelets interference enables extension of uniformly induced hybrid structures containing deep sub-wavelength nanofeatures to macro-dimension. V C 2014 AIP Publishing LLC.
doi:10.1063/1.4832878 fatcat:u4qaohvjgnapvp2b4vmxf2rprq

Phosphoproteome Profiling Reveals Circadian Clock Regulation of Posttranslational Modifications in the Murine Hippocampus

Cheng-Kang Chiang, Bo Xu, Neel Mehta, Janice Mayne, Warren Y. L. Sun, Kai Cheng, Zhibin Ning, Jing Dong, Hanfa Zou, Hai-Ying Mary Cheng, Daniel Figeys
2017 Frontiers in Neurology  
Conflict of Interest Statement: The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest. The reviewer MZ and handling editor declared their shared affiliation, and the handling editor states that the process nevertheless met the standards of a fair and objective review.
doi:10.3389/fneur.2017.00110 pmid:28382018 pmcid:PMC5360755 fatcat:bambr2ynsfamnkejx5lzx5k4eu

1-(4-Chlorobenzylideneamino)pyridinum iodide

Yong-Tao Cui, Jian-Qiang Wang, Chun-Xiang Ji, Hai-Bo Wang, Guo Cheng
2009 Acta Crystallographica Section E  
E65, o228 [doi:10.1107/S1600536808043729] 1-(4-Chlorobenzylideneamino)pyridinum iodide Yong-Tao Cui, Jian-Qiang Wang, Chun-Xiang Ji, Hai-Bo Wang and Guo Cheng S1.  ... 
doi:10.1107/s1600536808043729 pmid:21581845 pmcid:PMC2968315 fatcat:tmr5r47bnzcgjcbc5usulsl5nq
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