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2433/5902 Moriyama, H 2005/01/01 635 0022-3131 7 JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 626 42 ATOMIC ENERGY SOC JAPAN hydrolysis constants Systematics of hydrolysis constants of tetravalent actinide ions
2433/181456 Nakamura, Hisao 2000/01/24 Kyoto University 単分子反応における状態の特定された反応速度定数についての量子動力学による研究 Quantum Dynamics Study on State Resolved Rate Constants in Unimolecular Reactions
2433/6928 Ren, X 2001/01/01 206 0921-5093 1-2 MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING A-STRUCTURAL MATERIALS PROPERTIES MICROSTRUCTURE AND PROCESSING 196 312 ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA elastic constants A comparative study of elastic constants of Ti-Ni-based alloys prior to martensitic transformation
2433/99422 Martin-Lof, Per 1986/04/01 107 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 29 588 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON THE MEANINGS OF THE LOGICAL CONSTANTS AND THE JUSTIFICATIONS OF THE LOGICAL LAWS(Logic and the Foundations of Mathematics)
2433/6004 Murase, K 2004/01/01 C805 0013-4651 12 JOURNAL OF THE ELECTROCHEMICAL SOCIETY C798 151 ELECTROCHEMICAL SOC INC Design of acidic Ni-Mo alloy plating baths using a set of apparent equilibrium constants
2433/3653 Goto, A 2000/01/01 2142 1022-1352 16 MACROMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS 2138 201 WILEY-V C H VERLAG GMBH Comparative study on activation rate constants for some styrene/nitroxide systems
2433/3555 Fukuda, R 2003/01/01 1035 0021-9606 3 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 1027 118 AMER INST PHYSICS Quasirelativistic theory for magnetic shielding constants. II. Gauge-including atomic orbitals and applications to molecules
2433/6193 Nakano, Y 2005/01/01 6531 1089-5639 29 JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A 6527 109 AMER CHEMICAL SOC Rate constants of the reaction of NO3 with CH3I measured with use of cavity ring-down spectroscopy
2433/3657 Goto, A 2002/01/01 3525 0024-9297 9 MACROMOLECULES 3520 35 AMER CHEMICAL SOC Comparative study on decomposition rate constants for some alkoxyamines
2433/3711 Hada, M 2001/01/01 1508 0192-8651 13 JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY 1502 22 JOHN WILEY & SONS INC tellurium magnetic shielding constant Quasirelativistic study of Te-125 nuclear magnetic shielding constants and chemical shifts
2433/3654 Goto, A 1999/01/01 636 1022-1336 12 MACROMOLECULAR RAPID COMMUNICATIONS 633 20 WILEY-V C H VERLAG GMBH Determination of the activation rate constants of alkyl halide initiators for atom transfer radical polymerization
2433/8172 Wan, J 2001/01/01 133 1089-5639 1 JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A 128 105 AMER CHEMICAL SOC Quasi-relativistic study of Hg-199 nuclear magnetic shielding constants of dimethylmercury, disilylmercury and digermylmercury
2433/3548 Fujiwara, K 2003/01/01 350 0033-8230 6 RADIOCHIMICA ACTA 345 91 R OLDENBOURG VERLAG uranium (IV) Determination of uranium(IV) hydrolysis constants and solubility product of UO2 center dot xH(2)O
2433/5901 Moriyama, H 1999/01/01 104 0033-8230 3-4 RADIOCHIMICA ACTA 97 87 R OLDENBOURG VERLAG actinide ions Analysis of mononuclear hydrolysis constants of actinide ions by hard sphere model
2433/34916 Moriyama, H 2006/01/01 1306 0925-8388 JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS 1302 408 ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA hydrolysis constant Systematics of polymeric hydrolysis constants of actinide ions
2433/79123 Sasaki, T 2008/01/01 803 0033-8230 12 RADIOCHIMICA ACTA 799 96 OLDENBOURG VERLAG Thorium Hydrolysis constants and complexation of Th(IV) with carboxylates
2433/67487 Tanaka, Katsushi 2007/01/01 0003-6951 18 APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 91 AMER INST PHYSICS Single-crystal elastic constants of Co-3(Al,W) with the L1(2) structure
2433/7065 Sasaki, T 2005/01/01 731 0022-3131 8 JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 724 42 ATOMIC ENERGY SOC JAPAN formation constant Measurement and analysis of formation constants of europium with carboxylates
2433/70012 小堀, 鐸二 1975/04/01 78 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 59 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 18 京都大学防災研究所 DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF SOIL-FOUNDATION SYSTEMS DETECTED FROM OSCILLATOR TESTS -PART 3. EQUIVALENT SPRING AND DAMPING CONSTANTS- 起振機試験による基礎構造の振動特性 ―(その3)地盤復元力の剛性と減衰性について―
2433/70230 高棹, 琢馬 1978/04/01 217 0386-412X B-2 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 207 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 21 京都大学防災研究所 LUMPING OF THE BASIN MODEL AND CONSTANTS IN THE KINEMATIC WAVE METHOD Kinematic wave 法における場および定数の集中化
2433/3710 Hada, M 2000/01/01 458 0009-2614 5-6 CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS 452 321 ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV Dirac-Fock calculations of the magnetic shielding constants of protons and heavy nuclei in XH2 & = O, S, Se, and Te): a comparison with quasi-relativistic calculations
2433/4081 Ichitsubo, T 2003/01/01 3913 0167-577X 24-25 MATERIALS LETTERS 3910 57 ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV elastic properties Elastic constants predicted from sintered porous MgB2 via micromechanics modeling
2433/35245 Edura, Y 2006/01/01 493 0168-9002 2 NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT 485 560 ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV light water Generation of neutron multigroup constants in the energy range 0.1 mu eV-10 MeV for light and heavy water at four different temperatures
2433/35371 Matsumoto, R 2006/01/01 S54 0965-0393 5 MODELLING AND SIMULATION IN MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING S47 14 IOP PUBLISHING LTD Size and volume-fraction effects of dispersed nano-crystalline particles on the elastic constants and flow stress of metallic glass
2433/35282 Nakano, Y 2006/01/01 7405 1089-5639 23 JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A 7401 110 AMER CHEMICAL SOC Temperature and pressure dependence of the rate constants of the reaction of NO3 radical with CH3SCH3
2433/108701 Okamoto, Norihiko L. 2010/01/01 84 1359-6454 1 ACTA MATERIALIA 76 58 PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD Borides Anisotropic elastic constants and thermal expansivities in monocrystal CrB2, TiB2, and ZrB2
2433/4685 Kato, M 2005/01/01 156 0009-2614 1-3 CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS 150 408 ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV Relativistic configuration interaction and coupled cluster methods using four-component spinors: Magnetic shielding constants of HX and CH3X (X = F, Cl, Br, I)
2433/6718 Okamoto, NL 2003/01/01 93 0021-8979 1 JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 88 93 AMER INST PHYSICS Temperature dependence of thermal expansion and elastic constants of single crystals of ZrB2 and the suitability of ZrB2 as a substrate for GaN film
2433/3403 Edura, Y 2005/01/01 318 0168-9002 1-2 NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT 309 545 ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV light water Cold and thermal neutron scattering in liquid water - II: Scattering laws and group constants for H2O and D2O
2433/7844 Tatsumi, K 2003/01/01 6561 0953-8984 38 JOURNAL OF PHYSICS-CONDENSED MATTER 6549 15 IOP PUBLISHING LTD Elastic constants and chemical bonding of LaNi5 and LaNi5H7 by first principles calculations
2433/7440 Suma, K 2004/01/01 8099 1089-5639 39 JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A 8096 108 AMER CHEMICAL SOC Equilibrium constants of the reaction of Cl with O-2 in the formation of ClOO
2433/64046 Bryant, Robert 2000/04/01 142 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 142 1150 京都大学数理解析研究所 On some applications of Cartan's generalization of Lie's Third Fundamental Theorem (Lie Groups, Geometric Structures and Differential Equations : One Hundred Years after Sophus Lie)
2433/53153 WATANABE, Ugai 2000/09/30 The elastic constants of wood cell wall were theoretically analyzed using two cell wall unit models and three sets of elastic constants for lignin-hemicellulose matrix. The Young's modulus of the cell wall layers in the direction perpendicular to the microfibril orientation increased remarkably with increasing Young's modulus and shear modulus of the matrix, although that in the microfibril direction didn't change significantly. The Young's modulus and shear modulus of the cell wall layers differed between the models depending on the volume fraction of cellulose and the presence of non-crystalline cellulose. The decrease in the longitudinal Young's modulus of the cell wall with the S_2 microfibril angle became more gentle with increasing Young's modulus and shear modulus of the matrix. A comparison between calculated and experimental results indicated that the wood cell wall would contain a non-crystalline cellulose with lower elastic moduli than crystalline cellulose and the Young's modulus of the lignin-hemicellulose matrix is at least more than 2 GPa. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 7 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 1 87 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University wood cell wall models Three Dimensional Analysis of Elastic Constants of the Wood Cell Wall
2433/6384 Noda, S 2000/01/01 149 0921-4526 1-3 PHYSICA B 142 279 ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV photonic band-gap materials Three-dimensional photonic crystals operating at optical wavelength region
2433/79078 Sasaki, Takayuki 2008/01/01 739 0022-3131 8 JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 735 45 ATOMIC ENERGY SOC JAPAN zirconium Hydrolysis constant and coordination geometry of zirconium(IV)
2433/67547 Kobayashi, Taishi 2007/01/01 94 0022-3131 1 JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 90 44 ATOMIC ENERGY SOC JAPAN zirconium Solubility of zirconium(IV) hydrous oxides
2433/141091 Takahashi, Yasuji 2009/11/01 133 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 129 1667 京都大学数理解析研究所 Some recent results on James and von Neumann-Jordan constants (The geometrical structure of Banach spaces and Function spaces and its applications)
2433/214893 Sano, Taro 2009/01/01 120 代数幾何学シンポジウム記録 120 2009 京都大学数理解析研究所 Seshadri constants on rational surfaces with anticanonical pencils
2433/88217 Okamoto, Norihiko L. 2010/01/01 The elastic constants and thermal expansivities in monocrystals of three transition-metal diborides with the AlB2 structure, CrB2, TiB2, and ZrB2, have been investigated in the temperature ranges from 300 to 1373 K and from 300 to 1073 K. The anisotropic parameters deduced from the measured elastic constants and thermal expansivities indicate that of the three diborides, the anisotropy is the most and least significant in CrB2 and ZrB2, respectively. The factors determining the significance in anisotropy in atomic bonding in AlB2-type diborides are analyzed by an approach similar to the valence-force-field method and are discussed in terms of the deformation of the electronic charge around the metal atoms occurring to fit themselves in the (0 0 0 1) basal plane. 84 1 Acta Materialia 76 58 Elsevier Anisotropy Anisotropic elastic constants and thermal expansivities in monocrystal CrB2, TiB2, and ZrB2
2433/75493 Koizumi, Naokazu 1955/01/31 20 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 14 33 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dielectric Constants of Some Alcohols at Low Frequencies
2433/74325 Abe, Kiyoshi 1951/12/10 74 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 73 26 京都大学化学研究所 Study on High Dielectric Constant Ceramics. (XI) : Electrostrictive Vibrations of Rectangular BaTiO₃ Ceramic Plate
2433/214923 Ito, Atsushi 2013/02/01 116 代数幾何学シンポジウム記録 116 2010 京都大学数理解析研究所 How to estimate Seshadri constants
2433/75456 Kodama, Shinjro 1954/10/01 218 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 218 32 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Pilot Plant Test for the Continuous Preparation of. Polyethylene
2433/75654 Koizumi, Naokazu 1958/07/31 105 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 105 36 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dielectric Properties of Polyethylene Glycols at Microwave Frequencies
2433/76170 1967/02/25 505 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 501 44 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Koizumi Laboratory (Special Issue on the Commemoration of the Fortieth Anniversary)
2433/109656 Fujita, Koji 2009/01/01 0003-6951 6 APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 94 AMER INST PHYSICS annealing High-quality antiferromagnetic EuTiO3 epitaxial thin films on SrTiO3 prepared by pulsed laser deposition and postannealing
2433/8568 Yoshida, Y 2005/01/01 24 0022-0728 1 JOURNAL OF ELECTROANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 17 578 ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA phospholipid The complex formation of ions with a phospholipid monolayer adsorbed at an aqueous vertical bar 1,2-dichloroethane interface
2433/108899 Mohamad, Edzrol Niza 2009/01/01 1050-0472 6 JOURNAL OF MECHANICAL DESIGN 131 ASME-AMER SOC MECHANICAL ENG elastic constants Analysis of General Characteristics of Transmission Error of Gears With Convex Modification of Tooth Flank Form Considering Elastic Deformation Under Load
2433/108867 Kishida, Ippei 2009/01/01 1098-0121 2 PHYSICAL REVIEW B 80 AMER PHYSICAL SOC charge exchange Variable anisotropy of ionic conduction in lithium nitride: Effect of duplex-charge transfer
2433/147245 Baba, Masaaki 2011/08/01 Geometrical structures of the isolated benzene and naphthalene molecules have been accurately determined by using ultrahigh-resolution laser spectroscopy and ab initio calculation in a complementary manner. The benzene molecule has been identified to be planar and hexagonal (D(6h)) and the structure has been determined with accuracies of 2 × 10(-14) m (0.2 mÅ; 1 Å = 1 × 10(-10) m) for the C-C bond length and 1.0 × 10(-13) m (1.0 mÅ) for the C-H bond length. The naphthalene molecule has been identified to be symmetric with respect to three coordinate axes (D(2h)) and the structure has been determined with comparable accuracies. We discuss the effect of vibrational averaging that is a consequence of zero-point motions on the uncertainty in determining the bond lengths. 0021-9606 5 The Journal of chemical physics 135 American Institute of Physics ab initio calculations Geometrical structure of benzene and naphthalene: ultrahigh-resolution laser spectroscopy and ab initio calculation.
2433/50066 Okamoto, NL 2003/01/01 93 0021-8979 1 JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 88 http://link.aip.org/link/?jap/93/88 93 AMER INST PHYSICS Temperature dependence of thermal expansion and elastic constants of single crystals of ZrB2 and the suitability of ZrB2 as a substrate for GaN film
2433/74326 Abe, Kiyoshi 1951/12/10 73 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 72 26 京都大学化学研究所 Study on High Dielectric Constant Ceramics. (X) : BaToiO₃ Ceramics as the Electrostrictive Vibrator
2433/153054 Shikama, T. 2012/03/01 The CD A2Δ–X2Π transition spectra under an external magnetic field are calculated based on quantum mechanical perturbation method, and the results are compared with measurements in glow-discharge plasmas. The values of the equilibrium molecular constants, Te, ωe, and Be for the A2Δstate, are determined from the comparison of the spectra under no magnetic field. The measured spectra under a field strength up to 4.0 T are well reproduced by the calculation using these molecular constants. 298 0022-4073 4 Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 294 113 Elsevier Ltd. Plasma Observation of the A2Δ–X2Π transition spectra of CD molecules under a magnetic field relevant to fusion plasmas
2433/171211 Takahashi, Yasuji 2011/08/01 151 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 147 1755 京都大学数理解析研究所 Some geometric constants related with the modulus of convexity of a Banach space (Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/75898 Hanai, Tetsuya 1962/09/20 271 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 240 40 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dielectric Constants of Emulsions
2433/102277 Kowaka, Yasuyuki 2010/03/01 A rotationally resolved ultrahigh-resolution fluorescence excitation spectrum of the S1 ← S0 transition of perylene has been observed using a collimated supersonic jet technique in conjunction with a single-mode UV laser. We assigned 1568 rotational lines of the 000 band, and accurately determined the rotational constants. The obtained value of inertial defect was positive, accordingly, the perylene molecule is considered to be planar with D2h symmetry. We determined the geometrical structure in the S0 state by ab initio theoretical calculation at the RHF/6-311+G(d, p) level, which yielded rotational constant values approximately identical to those obtained experimentally. Zeeman broadening of each rotational line with the external magnetic field was negligibly small, and the mixing with the triplet state was shown to be very small. This evidence indicates that intersystem crossing (ISC) in the S1 1B2u state is very slow. The rate of internal conversion (IC) is also inferred to be small because the fluorescence quantum yield is high. The rotational constants of the S1 1B2u state were very similar to those of the S0 1Ag state. The slow internal conversion (IC) at the S1 zero-vibrational level is attributed to a small structural change upon electronic transition. 76 00222852 1 Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 72 260 Elsevier Ab initio theoretical calculation Ultrahigh-resolution laser spectroscopy of the S1 1B2u←S0 1Ag transition of perylene
2433/39745 Fukuda, R 2003/01/15 1026 0021-9606 3 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 1015 http://link.aip.org/link/?jcp/118/1015 118 AMER INST PHYSICS Quasirelativistic theory for the magnetic shielding constant. I. Formulation of Douglas-Kroll-Hess transformation for the magnetic field and its application to atomic systems
2433/50076 Ichitsubo, T 2002/08/01 1098-0121 5 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v66/p052514 66 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Elastic stiffness and ultrasonic attenuation of superconductor MgB2 at low temperatures
2433/49900 Yamaguchi, M 2003/09/12 0031-9007 11 PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v91/p115301 91 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Elastic stiffness of the nuclear-spin system in tetragonal U2D2 nuclear-ordered solid He-3
2433/139182 2011/01/01 27 1342-0321 ICR annual report 26 17 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Molecular Materials Chemistry
2433/39746 Fukuda, R 2003/01/15 1035 0021-9606 3 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 1027 http://link.aip.org/link/?jcp/118/1027 118 AMER INST PHYSICS Quasirelativistic theory for magnetic shielding constants. II. Gauge-including atomic orbitals and applications to molecules
2433/76608 Hanai, Tetsuya 1975/09/25 160 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 153 53 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dielectric Relaxation of W/O Emulsions in Particular Reference to Theories of Interfacial Polarization (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Eiji Suito on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/76348 Watanabe, Kohji 1971/03/24 268 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 264 48 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University ESR Studies of Stable Free Radicals : 2, 2, 6, 6-Tetramethyl-4-Hydroxypiperidine-1-Oxyl-4-Derivatives (II)
2433/74136 Furukawa, Junji 1950/09/30 86 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 86 22 京都大学化学研究所 Theoretical Considerations on the Elasticity of Plasticized Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
2433/76838 Nakanishi, Jiro 1979/10/15 336 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 329 57 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Vibrational Spectra and Normal Vibrations of Tetracyanothiophene Anion Radicals
2433/76207 Hanai, Tetsuya 1968/01/20 351 0023-6071 4-5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 342 45 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dielectric Properties of Water-Oil System Solubilized with Aerosol OT (Physical and Inorganic Chemistry)
2433/76886 Doe, Hidekazu 1980/08/10 139 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 133 58 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Nonaqueous Extraction of Zinc from Ethylene Glycol Solution of Lithium Perchlorate and/or Chloride (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Tsunenobu Shigematsu on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/171184 Takahashi, Yasuji 2011/08/01 28 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 23 1753 京都大学数理解析研究所 Some inequalities concerning geometric constants of Banach spaces (Banach space theory and related topics)
2433/86496 Okabe, Toshio 1974/01/23 Kyoto University 数種の固体炭化水素の特性エネルギー損スペクトルと光学常数 Characteristic Energy Loss Spectra and Optical Constants of Some Solid Hydrocarbons
2433/39736 Kato, T 2002/02/22 3429 0021-9606 8 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 3420 http://link.aip.org/link/?jcp/116/3420 116 AMER INST PHYSICS Electron-phonon coupling in negatively charged acene- and phenanthrene-edge-type hydrocarbon crystals
2433/202261 Gao, Da-Ming 2015/01/01 Fructose, glucose, and mannose were treated with subcritical aqueous ethanol for ethanol concentrations ranging from 0 to 80% (v/v) at 180-200 °C. The aldose-ketose isomerization was more favorable than ketose-aldose isomerization and glucose-mannose epimerization. The isomerization of the monosaccharides was promoted by the addition of ethanol. In particular, mannose was isomerized most easily to fructose in subcritical aqueous ethanol. The apparent equilibrium constants for the isomerizations of mannose to fructose, Keq, M→F, and glucose to fructose, Keq, G→F, were independent of ethanol concentration and increased with increasing temperature. Moreover, the Keq, M→F value was much larger than the Keq, G→F value. The enthalpies for the isomerization of mannose to fructose, ΔHM→F, and glucose to fructose, ΔHG→F, were estimated to be 18 and 24 kJ/mol, respectively, according to van't Hoff equation. Subcritical aqueous ethanol can be used to produce fructose from glucose and mannose efficiently. Published online: 22 Jan 2015 1010 0916-8451 6 Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry 1005 79 Taylor & Francis Group fructose Kinetic analysis for the isomerization of glucose, fructose, and mannose in subcritical aqueous ethanol.
2433/169986 MASUDA, SHIGERU 2010/08/01 113 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 102 1701 京都大学数理解析研究所 The microscopically-descriptive equation The "two-constants" theory and tensors of the microscopically-descriptive Navier-Stokes equations (Mathematical Physics and Application of Nonlinear Wave Phenomena)
2433/76929 Mori, Sadayuki 1981/07/15 127 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 116 59 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Absolute Rate Constants for the Reactions of 0 (³P) Atoms with Methyl Formate and Acetaldehyde (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Yoshimasa Takezaki on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/77803 Ogoshi, Hisanobu 1969/11/24 Kyoto University β-ジカルボニルの構造と合成に関する研究 Studies on structure and synthesis of β-dicarbonyls
2433/120863 Kobayashi, Taishi 2010/03/23 Kyoto University zirconium 有機酸を含む水溶液中におけるジルコニウムおよびトリウムの溶解度 Solubility of zirconimu and thorium in aqueous solutions containing organic acids
2433/74389 Tarama, Kimio 1952/03/30 77 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 76 28 京都大学化学研究所 The Effect of the Catalyst on the Mono-Esterification Rate of Phthalic Anhydride by Alcohols
2433/75449 Tsuruta, Teiji 1954/07/31 158 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 149 32 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Substituent Constants for Some Electrophilic Reactions
2433/140038 Dhompongsa, S. 2008/09/01 194 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 186 1611 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 46B20 On some constants in Banach spaces and uniform normal structure (Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/109471 Tsujimoto, Y. 2008/01/01 1098-0121 21 PHYSICAL REVIEW B 78 AMER PHYSICAL SOC antiferromagnetic materials Synthesis, structure, and magnetic properties of the two-dimensional quantum antiferromagnets (CuBr)A(2)B(3)O(10) (A=Ca, Sr, Ba, Pb; B=Nb, Ta) with the 1/3 magnetization plateau
2433/194671 三谷, 健一 2013/01/01 172 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 168 1821 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 46B20 バナッハ空間のskew定数について (非線形解析学と凸解析学の研究)
2433/58070 Mukaida, Hisamitsu 2006/04/01 162 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 153 1482 京都大学数理解析研究所 An asymptotic formula for marginal running coupling constants and universality of loglog corrections(Applications of Renormalization Group Methods in Mathematical Sciences)
2433/46818 Ozawa, Kyoichi 1962/02/28 93 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 73 31 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Determination of rate constants of first order enzyme reaction with dissociable modifier
2433/76144 Matsuo, Shigeru 1966/11/15 385 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 381 44 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Structure of Invariants in the Wave Equation of n-Dimensional Harmonic Oscillator (Special Issue on Physics and Inorganic Chemistry)
2433/77582 Nakamatsu, Hirohide 1994/11/30 351 0023-6071 3-4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 345 72 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Calculations of Electrostatic Potential in Ionic Crystals with Direct Summation of the Coulomb Potentials of Point Charges
2433/172229 Aki, Kenzo 2013/03/01 Although proteins consist exclusively of L-amino acids, we have reported that aspartyl (Asp) 58 and Asp 151 residues of αA-crystallin of eye lenses from elderly cataract donors are highly inverted and isomerized to D-β, D-α and L-β-Asp residues through succinimide intermediates. Of these Asp isomers, large amounts of D-β- and L-β-isomers are present but the amount of D-α-isomer is not significant. The difference in abundance of the Asp isomers in the protein may be due to the rate constants for the formation of the isomers. However, the kinetics have not been well defined. Therefore, in this study, we synthesized a peptide corresponding to human αA-crystallin residues 55 to 65 (T(55)VLD(58)SGISEVR(65)) and its isomers in which L-α-Asp at position 58 was replaced with L-β-, D-β- and D-α-Asp and determined the rate of isomerization and inversion of Asp residues under physiological conditions (37°C, pH7.4). The rate constant for dehydration from L-α-Asp peptide to L-succinimidyl peptide was 3 times higher than the rate constant for dehydration from L-β-Asp peptide to L-succinimidyl peptide. The rate constant for hydrolysis from L-succinimidyl peptide to L-β-Asp peptide was about 5 times higher than the rate constant for hydrolysis from L-succinimidyl peptide to L-α-Asp peptide. The rate constant for dehydration from L-α-Asp peptide to L-succinimidyl peptide was 2 times higher than the rate constant for dehydration from D-α-Asp peptide to D-succinimidyl peptide. The rate constants for hydrolysis from L-succinimidyl peptide to L-β-Asp peptide and for hydrolysis from D-succinimidyl peptide to D-β-Asp peptide were almost equal. Using these rate constants, we calculated the change in the abundance ratios of the 4 Asp isomers during a human lifespan. This result is consistent with the fact that isomerized Asp residues accumulate in proteins during the ageing process. 1932-6203 3 PloS one 8 Public Library of Scienc Kinetics of Isomerization and Inversion of Aspartate 58 of αA-Crystallin Peptide Mimics under Physiological Conditions.
2433/73465 Ikeda, Tokuji 1973/09/25 Kyoto University ポーラログラフ法による単糖類の変旋光の速度論的研究 Kinetic study on the mutarotation of monosaccharides by the polarographic method
2433/41122 Kajitani, Kunihiko 2001/06/01 55 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 54 1211 京都大学数理解析研究所 THE MICROLOCAL SMOOTHING EFFECT FOR SCHRODINGER TYPE OPERATORS IN GEVREY CLASSES (Asymptotic Analysis and Microlocal Analysis of PDE)
2433/84981 2009/01/01 27 1342-0321 ICR annual report 26 15 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Molecular Materials Chemistry
2433/76884 Doe, Hidekazu 1980/08/10 163 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 154 58 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Influence of Solvents on the Stability Constants of Some Divalent Cation Compounds. Zinc Chlorides in Methanol-Nitromethane, Methanol-Water and Ethylene Glycol (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Tsunenobu Shigematsu on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/41720 Naito, Koichiro 2002/01/01 133 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 123 1246 京都大学数理解析研究所 Spectral Properties of Discrete Schrodinger Operator with Quasi-Periodically Recurrent Potential (Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/76206 Ikada, Eiji 1968/01/20 362 0023-6071 4-5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 352 45 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dielectric Behavior of Ethylenediamine Oligomer (Physical and Inorganic Chemistry)
2433/74926 Ohta, Katsuhisa 1982/09/24 Kyoto University 二重項ラジカルおよび種々の励起状態におけるスピン相関と電子相間の理論的研究 Theoretical Studies on the Spin and Electron Correlations in Doublet Radicals and Various Excited States
2433/46976 Nakatani, Hiroshi 1973/04/30 124 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 108 42 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Kinetics of stereoselective complexation reactions of histidine and leucyltyrosine with divalent metal ions in aqueous solution
2433/207681 Kunishige, Sachi 2015/12/28 We observed microwave absorption spectra of some deuterated benzenes and accurately determined therotational constants of all H/D isotopomers in the ground vibrational state. Using synthetic analysis assuming that all bond angles are 120°, the mean bond lengths were obtained to be r[0](C–C) = 1.3971 Å and r[0](C–H) =r[0](C–D) = 1.0805 Å. It has been concluded that the effect of deuterium substitution on the molecular structureis negligibly small and that the mean bond lengths of C–H and C–D are identical unlike small aliphatic hydrocarbons, in which r[0](C–D) is about 5 mÅ shorter than r[0](C–H). It is considered that anharmonicity is very small in the C–H stretching vibration of aromatic hydrocarbons. 0021-9606 24 The Journal of chemical physics 143 AIP Publishing Spectroscopic study on deuterated benzenes. I. Microwave spectra and molecular structure in the ground state.
2433/76916 Matsumoto, Mutsuo 1981/01/31 533 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 523 58 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Estimation of Hamaker Constants of Alcohols and Interfacial Tensions at Alcohol-Mercury Interfaces
2433/76460 Ueda, Kazumasa 1973/03/15 659 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 653 50 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Solvent Extraction of Zinc Pivaloyltrifluoroacetonate Adducts with Monodentate and Bidentate Ligands
2433/76851 Doe, Hidekazu 1980/01/31 348 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 343 57 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Nonaqueous Liquid-Liquid Extraction : Solvent Extraction Studies of Zinc Chloride and Perchlorate Complexes in Glycols
2433/46961 Onishi, Ichiro 1972/03/31 51 0034-6675 1/2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 42 41 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The effect of pressure on the rate of the benzidine rearrangement VI : 2-methoxy-2'-methylhydrazobenzene
2433/46960 Osugi, Jiro 1972/03/31 41 0034-6675 1/2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 32 41 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The effect of pressure on the rate of the benzidine rearrangement V : 2-chloro-2'-methylhydrazobenzene
2433/59618 KOBAYASHI, Mei 1995/06/01 95 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 87 915 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Direct Inversion of Chemical Kinetics Problems(The State of the Art of Scientific Computing and Its Prospect II)
2433/190956 Hashimoto, Daiki 2014/09/01 In this work, water content of Ba[0.5]Sr[0.5]Co[x]]Fe[1 – x]O[3 – δ] and PrBaCo[2]O[5 + δ] was measured by Karl Fischer titration method. Dependence of the lattice constants of Ba[0.5]Sr[0.5]Co[0.8]Fe[0.2]O[3 – δ] and PrBaCo[2]O[5 + δ] on atmosphere was investigated by high temperature X-ray diffraction (HT-XRD) measurements. The results revealed that the lattice volumes of Ba[0.5]Sr[0.5]Co[0.8]Fe[0.2]O[3 – δ] and PrBaCo[2]O[5 + δ] increased when the atmosphere was altered from O2 to Ar, due to a release of oxygen from the lattice in a reducing atmosphere. Significantly low water contents were measured for both Ba[0.5]Sr[0.5]Co[x]Fe[1 – x]O[3 – δ] and PrBaCo[2]O[5 + δ] by Karl Fischer titration method. 690 0167-2738 Solid State Ionics 687 262 Elsevier B.V. Ba[0.5]Sr[0.5]CoxFe[1 − x]O[3 − δ] Dependence of lattice constant of Ba, Co-contained perovskite oxides on atmosphere, and measurements of water content
2433/50135 Kanno, I 2003/04/01 4096 0021-8979 7 JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 4091 http://link.aip.org/link/?jap/93/4091 93 AMER INST PHYSICS Crystallographic characterization of epitaxial Pb(Zr,Ti)O-3 films with different Zr/Ti ratio grown by radio-frequency-magnetron sputtering
2433/39869 Nakamura, K 2005/01/01 1098-0121 4 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v71/p045332 71 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Theoretical study on first-principles dielectric properties of silicate compounds
2433/178695 AWANO, Hiromitsu 2012/12/01 Random telegraph noise (RTN) is a phenomenon that is considered to limit the reliability and performance of circuits using advanced devices. The time constants of carrier capture and emission and the associated change in the threshold voltage are important parameters commonly included in various models, but their extraction from time-domain observations has been a difficult task. In this study, we propose a statistical method for simultaneously estimating interrelated parameters: the time constants and magnitude of the threshold voltage shift. Our method is based on a graphical network representation, and the parameters are estimated using the Markov chain Monte Carlo method. Experimental application of the proposed method to synthetic and measured time-domain RTN signals was successful. The proposed method can handle interrelated parameters of multiple traps and thereby contributes to the construction of more accurate RTN models. 2283 0916-8508 12 IEICE Transactions on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences 2272 E95.A The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers random telegraph noise Bayesian Estimation of Multi-Trap RTN Parameters Using Markov Chain Monte Carlo Method
2433/75838 Hanai, Tetsuya 1961/07/31 201 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 195 39 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Temperature Dependence of Dielectric Constants and Dipole Moments in Polar Liquids
2433/60177 KOBAYASHI, Mei 1996/04/01 264 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 256 944 京都大学数理解析研究所 Direct Inversion of a 28-step CO-hydrogen-oxygen Reaction Mechanism
2433/46858 Doi, Tsunesuke 1965/12/20 24 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 18 35 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Physico-chemical properties of sulfur : IV. Critical polymerization temperatures and polymerization equilibrium constants of sulfur
2433/77570 Fujihara, Shinobu 1994/10/31 177 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 167 72 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Effects of Substitution of Sr, K or Na for Ba on the Structure and Properties of Gel-Derived YBa₂Cu₄O₈ Superconducting Oxide (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Sumio Sakka On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/74182 Horio, Masao 1950/12/30 68 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 68 23 京都大学化学研究所 The Correlation among the Viscosity of Solution, the Concentration and D. P. of Cellulose. (II)
2433/74395 Furukawa, Junji 1952/03/30 71 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 71 28 京都大学化学研究所 Kinetics of Iodine Catalyzed Aromatic Bromination
2433/76752 Honjo, Takaharu 1978/01/17 428 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 423 55 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Some Aspects of the Tetrad Effect in the Synergic Extraction of Rare Earth β-Diketonate Adducts with n-Hexyl Alcohol, TBP, and TOPO
2433/46998 1975/04/30 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 44 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Contents of vol. 44
2433/46816 1962/02/28 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 31 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Contents of vol. 31
2433/178910 Okuno, Daichi 2013/10/01 F1-ATPase is the water-soluble part of ATP synthase and is an ATP-driven rotary molecular motor that rotates the rotary shaft against the surrounding stator ring, hydrolyzing ATP. Although the mechanochemical coupling mechanism of F1-ATPase has been well studied, the molecular details of individual reaction steps remain unclear. In this study, we conducted a single-molecule rotation assay of F1 from thermophilic bacteria under various pressures from 0.1 to 140 MPa. Even at 140 MPa, F1 actively rotated with regular 120° steps in a counterclockwise direction, showing high conformational stability and retention of native properties. Rotational torque was also not affected. However, high hydrostatic pressure induced a distinct intervening pause at the ATP-binding angles during continuous rotation. The pause was observed under both ATP-limiting and ATP-saturating conditions, suggesting that F1 has two pressure-sensitive reactions, one of which is evidently ATP binding. The rotation assay using a mutant F1(βE190D) suggested that the other pressure-sensitive reaction occurs at the same angle at which ATP binding occurs. The activation volumes were determined from the pressure dependence of the rate constants to be +100 Å3 and +88 Å3 for ATP binding and the other pressure-sensitive reaction, respectively. These results are discussed in relation to recent single-molecule studies of F1 and pressure-induced protein unfolding. Freely available on the publisher's website. 1642 0006-3495 7 Biophysical Journal 1635 105 Elsevier Inc. Single-Molecule Analysis of the Rotation of F1-ATPase under High Hydrostatic Pressure
2433/75873 Hanai, Tetsuya 1962/03/25 367 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 341 39 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dielectric Theory on the Interfacial Polarization for Two-Phase Mixtures
2433/74045 Yamakita, Itsuro 1950/03/20 64 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 63 20 京都大学化学研究所 Physico-Chemical Studies of the Polymerization of Rice Oil
2433/74308 Furukawa, Junji 1951/12/10 93 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 92 26 京都大学化学研究所 Characteristics of Fluidized Particles
2433/75455 Kumada, Makoto 1954/10/01 219 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 218 32 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University On the Decomposition Rate of Si-Si Bond in Disilane by NaOC₂H₅
2433/77262 Ueno, Hitoshi 1989/02/28 419 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 409 66 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University From Coiled-coil Chemistry to Muscle Contraction (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Tatsuo Ooi, On the Occasion of His Retirment)
2433/75653 Takezaki, Yosimasa 1958/07/31 105 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 105 36 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Synthesis of Acetic Acid from Met h anol and Carbon Monoxide under High Pressure
2433/75655 Gotoh, Rempei 1958/07/31 104 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 104 36 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Brittle Fracture and Spinnability of Viscous Materalis
2433/43069 Watanabe, Takao 2003/05/01 219 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 211 1319 京都大学数理解析研究所 HERMITE'S CONSTANT AND RATIONAL POINTS OF FLAG VARIETIES (Diophantine Problems and Analytic Number Theory)
2433/74905 Ito, Shinzaburo 1981/03/23 Kyoto University 高分子系における分子内エキサイマー形成に関する研究 Studies on Intramolecular Excimer Formation in Polymer Systems
2433/61778 高橋, 眞映 1998/04/01 125 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 122 1027 京都大学数理解析研究所 Some convexity constants related to Hlawka inequalities in Banach spaces(Inequalities in operator theory and its related topics)
2433/84313 SASAKI, Ryuji 1994/09/01 80 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 76 886 京都大学数理解析研究所 Theta functions and modular forms(Analytic Number Theory)
2433/141124 ONO, Takayori 2009/11/01 147 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 144 1669 京都大学数理解析研究所 On solutions of quasilinear elliptic equations with general structure (Potential Theory and its related Fields)
2433/171174 三谷, 健一 2011/08/01 95 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 90 1753 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 46B20 バナッハ空間におけるskewnessについて (バナッハ空間論の研究とその周辺)
2433/46962 Onishi, Ichiro 1972/03/31 59 0034-6675 1/2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 52 41 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The effect of pressure on the rate of the benzidine rearrangement VII : substitution effects and related kinetic discussions
2433/46999 Nakahara, Masaru 1975/04/30 64 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 57 44 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Derivation of el'Yanov and Hamann's empirical formula and another new formula for pressure dependence of ionization constants
2433/76014 Koizumi, Naokazu 1964/06/30 127 0023-6071 2-3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 115 42 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dielectric Properties of Polyethylene Glycols : Dielectric Relaxation in Solid State (Special Issue on Polymer Chemistry, I)
2433/39930 Ichitsubo, T 2005/12/09 0031-9007 24 PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v95/p245501 95 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Microstructure of fragile metallic glasses inferred from ultrasound-accelerated crystallization in Pd-based metallic glasses
2433/46975 Nakatani, Hiroshi 1973/04/30 107 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 103 42 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Kinetic study of rare earth-edta-tiron mixed complex formation reaction in aqueous solution
2433/76753 Honjo, Takaharu 1978/01/17 422 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 415 55 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Extraction Behavior of Metal Benzoyltrifluoroacetonates
2433/83307 Manoranjan, V.S. 1993/04/01 121 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 115 828 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Competition Model for Tumour Growth(Mathematical Topics in Biology)
2433/141420 高橋, 泰嗣 2010/04/01 44 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 39 1683 京都大学数理解析研究所 バナッハ空間の幾何学的定数に関する最近の話題 (非加法性の数理と情報 : 凸解析との接点)
2433/124821 ISHIZAKI, Hatsuo 1972/12/01 7 0454-7675 1 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 1 22 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University On the Large Deflections of Rectangular Glass Panes under Uniform Pressure
2433/77085 Kumagai, Tetsu 1985/02/15 332 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 325 62 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Distribution Behavior of Zinc Chloride and Perchlorate Complexes in Acetone-Water Solution by the Cation Exchange Method
2433/77119 Nakamura, Naotake 1985/11/25 191 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 186 63 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Studies of Thermal Expansion and Diffuse Scatterings in the Successive Phase Transitions of Cholesteryl 2, 2, 3, 3-Tetrafluoropropionate(CTFP) by X-ray Diffraction Method (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Naokazu Koizumi on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/48900 Mehaddene, T. 2004/01/01 The frequencies of the normal modes of vibration of CoPt3 and FePd single crystals have been measured using inelastic neutron scattering. The measurements were performed in the L12 ordered phase (at 300 and 930 K) for CoPt3 and in the L10 ordered phase (at 300 and 860 K) for FePd. Dispersion curves were also measured in the fcc disordered states, at 1060 and 1020 K for CoPt3 and FePd, respectively. The activation enthalpy of atomic migration has been evaluated from the phonon density of states by applying Schober's model [H. R. Schober et al., J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 4, 9321 (1992)] and its extension to the L12 ordered structure. The phonon properties of FePd3 reported in the literature have been analyzed similarly and are compared with the results for CoPt3 and FePd. The contribution of the long-range order to the migration enthalpy estimated in the present analyses agrees well in magnitude with the previous evaluation by Monte Carlo simulation for alloys of the fcc, L12, and L10 structures. 1098-0121 2 Physical Review B 24304 http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v69/e024304 69 American Physical Society Lattice dynamics and migration enthalpies in CoPt3 and FePd
2433/59222 Hayashi, Yoshinori 2000/01/01 50 0287-6582 実践哲学研究 31 23 実践哲学研究会 Hermeneutics and the Possibility of Cross-Cultural Understanding
2433/77136 Mukoyama, Takeshi 1986/03/25 11 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 1 64 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Electron Shakeoff Accompanying Photoionization
2433/77501 Ishida, Hatsuo 1993/09/30 211 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 198 71 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Application of Optical Theory to Quantitative Surface FT-IR with Emphasis on Molecular Depth Profiling (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Tohru Takenaka On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/161782 Chaput, Laurent 2011/09/01 In this paper the phonon self-energy produced by anharmonicity is calculated using second-order many-body perturbation theory for all bcc, fcc, and hcp transition metals. The symmetry properties of the phonon interactions are used to obtain an expression for the self-energy as a sum over irreducible triplets, very similar to integration in the irreducible part of the Brillouin zone for one-particle properties. The results obtained for transition metals shows that the lifetime is on the order of 10−10 s. Moreover, the Peierls approximation for the imaginary part of the self-energy is shown to be reasonable for bcc and fcc metals. For hcp metals we show that the Raman-active mode decays into a pair of acoustic phonons, their wave vector being located on a surface defined by conservation laws. 1098-0121 9 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevB.84.094302 84 American Physical Society Phonon-phonon interactions in transition metals
2433/157631 Kumatoriya, Makoto 2012/03/26 Kyoto University 無機材料 組成制御が無機結晶の電気的・光学的性質に与える影響の研究 Studies of Influence of Compositional Modification on Electrical and Optical Properties of Inorganic Materials
2433/129551 Seo, Fumiko 2007/07/01 his paper presents interactive multiobjective decision analysis support systems, called MIDASS, which is a newly developed interactive computer program for strategic use of expected utility theory. Decision analysis based on expected utility hypothesis is an established prescriptive approach for supporting business decisions under uncertainty, which embodies an effective procedure for seeking the best choice among alternatives. It is usually difficult, however, for the decision maker (DM) to apply it for the strategic use in the realistic business situations. MIDASS provides an integrated interactive computer system for supporting multiobjective decision analysis under uncertainty, which assists to derive an acceptable business solution for DM with the construction of his/her expected multiattribute utility fuction (EMUF). KIER Discussion Paper 637 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University expected multiobjective decision analysis Development of Interactive Support Systems for Multiobjective Decision Analysis under Uncertainty : MIDASS
2433/201624 Hamada, Yuta 2015/07/30 We consider the Standard Model with a new scalar field X which is an n[X] representation of the SU(2)[L] with a hypercharge Y[X]. The renormalization group running effects on the new scalar quartic coupling constants are evaluated. Even if we set the scalar quartic coupling constants to be zero at the scale of the new scalar field, the coupling constants are induced by the one-loop effect of the weak gauge bosons. Once non-vanishing couplings are generated, the couplings rapidly increase by renormalization group effect of the quartic coupling constant itself. As a result, the Landau pole appears below Planck scale if n[X]≥4. We find that the scale of the obtained Landau pole is much lower than that evaluated by solving the one-loop beta function of the gauge coupling constants. 244 0370-2693 Physics Letters B 238 747 Elsevier B.V. Landau pole in the Standard Model with weakly interacting scalar fields
2433/41562 Ishige, Kazuhiro 2001/11/01 135 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 120 1237 京都大学数理解析研究所 BLOW-UP TIME AND BLOW-UP SET OF THE SOLUTIONS FOR SEMILINEAR HEAT EQUATIONS WITH LARGE DIFFUSION (Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/25077 Matsuura, Kei 2003/12/01 23 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 12 1347 京都大学数理解析研究所 EXISTENCE OF TIME-PERIODIC SOLUTIONS OF THE EQUATIONS OF MAGNETO-MICROPOLAR FLUID FLOW (Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/207682 Kunishige, Sachi 2015/12/28 High-resolution spectra of the S[1]←S[0] transition in jet-cooled deuterated benzenes were observed using pulse dye amplification of single-mode laser light and mass-selective resonance enhanced multiphoton ionization (REMPI) detection. The vibrational and rotational structures were accurately analyzed for the vibronic levels in the S[1] state. The degenerate 6[1] levels of C[6]H[6] or C[6]D[6] are split into 6a1 and 6b[1] in many of deuterated benzenes. The rigid-rotor rotational constants were assessed and found to be slightly different between 6a and 6b because of different mean molecular structures. Their rotational levels are significantly shifted by Coriolisinteractions. It was found that the Coriolis parameter proportionally changed with the number of substituted D atoms. 0021-9606 24 The Journal of chemical physics 143 AIP Publishing Spectroscopic study on deuterated benzenes. II. High-resolution laser spectroscopy and rotational structure in the S[1] state.
2433/74785 Abe, Kiyoshi 1951/02/15 162 The Commemoration volume for the silver jubilee 154 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University THE ABE LABORATORY
2433/46762 Minomura, Shigeru 1958/01/01 51 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 43 28 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The effect of pressure on the defects in alkali halide crystals
2433/46798 Monobe, Kazuo 1960/12/30 168 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 162 30 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on the electrochemical properties of copolymers of maleic acid, IV : comparison of chelate formation constant
2433/60638 OHYAMA, YOUSUKE 1996/10/01 103 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 96 968 京都大学数理解析研究所 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF THETA CONSTANTS OF GENUS TWO(Algebraic Analysis of Singular Perturbations)
2433/75874 Kotaka, Tadao 1962/03/25 340 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 331 39 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dynamic Viscoelastic Behavior of Concentrated Polymer Solutions. (I) : Results of Some Preliminary Tests and Comparison of Dynamic and Steady Shear Data
2433/76245 Ikada, Eiji 1969/02/15 247 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 239 46 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dielectric Properties of Ethanolamines
2433/76173 1967/02/25 482 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 477 44 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Gotoh Laboratory (Special Issue on the Commemoration of the Fortieth Anniversary)
2433/171185 Komuro, Naoto 2011/08/01 22 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 16 1753 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 46B20 ON THE JAMES CONSTANT OF EXTREME ABSOLUTE NORMS ON $\mathbb{R}^2$ (Banach space theory and related topics)
2433/216559 Kobayashi, Jun 2015/03/27 A new spectroscopic method that utilizes microwave transition of ultracold molecules is demonstrated. The narrow spectral linewidth (approximately 100 Hz) was guaranteed by preparing molecules at low temperature, and a high signal-to-noise ratio was achieved by preparing a significant fraction of molecules in the target internal state. The repetition rate of the experiment was approximately 10 Hz, which was only limited by the time needed to load ultracold atoms into the magneto-optical trap. To demonstrate the performance, we investigated the hyperfine structures of the vibrational ground states of the X1∑+ and b3∏0+ states of KRb molecules. This technique not onlyallows us to pursue the narrow-line laser cooling of KRb molecules, but also provided us with essential information for realizing precision spectroscopies e.g., the search for the temporal variation of the electron-to-proton mass ratio. 1367-2630 New Journal of Physics 17 IOP Publishing Cold molecule Ultracold molecular spectroscopy: Toward the narrow-line cooling of molecules
2433/89638 Sato, Tohru 2008/06/01 Vibronic coupling, or electron–vibration coupling constant in N, N′-diphenyl-N, N′-di(m-tolyl)benzidine (TPD) cation is calculated from vibronic coupling integrals. The calculated constants are very small compared with other π conjugated systems. The calculated constants are analyzed on the basis of vibronic coupling density (VCD). The VCD analysis clearly reveals that large contributions originate from the phenyl group and tolyl group. In addition, the hole transport property of electrode-TPD molecule–electrode system is investigated using non-equilibrium Green’s function (NEGF) theory. Reflecting the small coupling, the current suppression and power loss are less than 1/2 compared with other π conjugated systems such as oligothiophenes. 156 0009-2614 1-3 Chemical Physics Letters 152 458 Elsevier B.V. Electron–vibration interactions in carrier-transport material: Vibronic coupling density analysis in TPD
2433/46947 Moriyoshi, Takashi 1970/12/20 58 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 48 40 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Effects of pressure on organic reactions II : the acid-catalyzed rearrangement of pinacol
2433/126717 Kan, Daisuke 2010/07/01 We have investigated detailed structural properties of epitaxial BiFeO3 thin films grown on (001), (110), and (111) SrTiO3 substrates in thicknesses up to 1 μm. X-ray reciprocal space mappings reveal that the fabricated films have crystal structures and the strain relaxation dictated by the substrate orientation. The rhombohedral structure, which is observed in the bulk form, is maintained only when the film is grown on the (111)-oriented substrate. The films grown on the (001) and (110)-oriented substrates have a lower structural symmetry than the rhombohedral one, namely a monoclinic structure. Two different processes are observed for the relaxation of the epitaxial strain from the substrate: they are (1) changes in lattice constants and (2) changes in the distortion angle in the BiFeO3 lattice. In the presence of a biaxial strain along the {100} axis, the relaxation in the distortion angle is inhibited, causing a gradual change in the lattice constants. As the number of the {100} axes on the substrate surface is decreased, the distortion angle relaxation becomes the dominant process, making the lattice parameters fully relaxed. We also find that the tilting of the crystallographic domain structures takes place concomitant with the angle relaxation process. These results indicate the strong influence of the substrate orientation on the structural properties of epitaxially-grown BiFeO3 thin films. 0021-8979 1 Journal of Applied Physics 108 American Institute of Physics Effect of substrate orientation on lattice relaxation of epitaxial BiFeO3 thin films
2433/50138 Kanno, I 2004/02/01 1098-0121 6 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v69/p064103 69 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Thermodynamic study of c-axis-oriented epitaxial Pb(Zr,Ti)O-3 thin films
2433/188016 Sato, Tohru 2012/04/17 Vibronic coupling constants in the monoanionic, trianionic, and excited states of picene are evaluated from the total energy gradients using the density functional theory. Employing the calculated vibronic coupling constants in the excited state of a neutral molecule, an electron energy loss spectrum (EELS) is simulated to be compared with the experimental spectrum. The calculated vibronic coupling constants are analyzed in terms of the vibronic coupling density which enables us to analyze vibronic couplings based on the relation between the electronic and vibrational structures. The vibronic coupling constants reported by Kato et al. [J. Chem. Phys. 116, 3420 (2002); Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 077001 (2011)] are critically discussed based on the vibronic coupling density analysis. 1098-0121 16 Physical Review B 85 American Physical Society Critical reinvestigation of vibronic couplings in picene from view of vibronic coupling density analysis
2433/157606 Iwahara, Naoya 2012/03/26 Kyoto University Vibronic coupling 分子における振電相互作用に関する研究 Studies on Vibronic Coupling in Molecules
2433/131751 Zhu, Xingyi 2010/11/01 A two-dimensional (2D) fast multipole boundary element analysis of magneto-electro-elastic media has been developed in this paper. Fourier analysis is employed to derive the fundamental solution for the plane-strain magneto-electro-elasticity. The final formulations are very similar to those for the 2D potential problems, and hence it is quite easy to implement the fast multipole boundary element method. The results are verified by comparison with the analytical solutions to illustrate the accuracy and efficiency of the approach. The numerical examples of multi-inclusion magneto-electro-elastic composites are considered to show the versatility of the proposed approach in smart structure applications. 933 0955-7997 11 Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements 927 34 Elsevier Ltd Boundary element method Fast multipole boundary element analysis for 2D problems of magneto-electro-elastic media
2433/46800 Inoue, Kazuo 1960/12/30 84 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 80 30 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The strength of single crystals of inorganic salts under high pressure, III
2433/76747 Sakurada, Matsujirou 1978/01/17 471 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 466 55 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Studies of Cobalt (II) Thioiminato Schiff Base Compound with Lewis Bases and Its Oxygen Adducts
2433/77055 Iwasaki, Shuji 1983/12/01 348 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 340 61 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Distribution of Zinc Chloride and Bromide between Cation Exchanger and Methanol-Water Solution
2433/83774 KATAOKA, KIYOOMI 1994/01/01 106 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 101 856 京都大学数理解析研究所 SOME REMARKS ON COLOMBEAU'S GENERALIZED FUNCTIONS(Complex Analysis and Differential Equations)
2433/39765 Fukuda, R 2005/07/22 0021-9606 4 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS http://link.aip.org/link/?jcp/123/044101 123 AMER INST PHYSICS Quasirelativistic theory for the magnetic shielding constant. III. Quasirelativistic second-order Moller-Plesset perturbation theory and its application to tellurium compounds
2433/47065 Inada, Etsuko 1979/02/10 83 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 72 48 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The effect of pressure on the Walden products of alkali iodides in acetone
2433/76314 Shigematsu, Tsunenobu 1970/03/28 627 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 613 47 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Synergistic Effect in Solvent Extraction : Rare Earth β-Diketonate System
2433/186576 Tsujimura, Kunio 1971/08/15 102 0454-7810 1 Memoirs of the Faculty of Science, Kyoto University. Series of geology and mineralogy 89 38 京都大学理学部 Studies on the Alkali Feldspars from Kii Province, Japan
2433/194093 Xu, Xiaoying 2013/02/11 Photoluminescence (PL) in the InGaN quantum well based light-emitting diodes (LED) is greatly mediated through the coupling with the Surface Plasmons (SPs) at the interface of the sputtered Ag film. SPs coupled PL is independently tuned through controlling the grain size of the sputtered Ag films. The grain size of ~50 nm exhibits the maximum light extraction efficiency (LEE) at the wavelength of 460 nm. This grain size agrees with the periodic lattice constant of the grating structure in the calculation, where the momentum mismatch between the SPs and the radiative light can be compensated. 3151 1094-4087 3 Optics Express 3145 21 Optical Society of America Grain size dependence of surface plasmon enhanced photoluminescence
2433/64680 Naito, Koichiro 2001/01/01 142 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 131 1187 京都大学数理解析研究所 Recurrent Dimensions of Quasi-Periodic Orbits with Frequencies Given by Weak Liouville Numbers (Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/74044 Yamakita, Itsuro 1950/03/20 64 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 64 20 京都大学化学研究所 Studies on the Purification of Rice Oil
2433/74275 Koizumi, Naokazu 1951/09/10 64 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 64 25 京都大学化学研究所 On the Electrical Conductivity of the Aqueous Solution of Sodium Oleate
2433/74174 Kodama, Shinjiro 1950/12/30 77 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 77 23 京都大学化学研究所 Macropolymerization of Ethylene. (VI) : Copolymerization of the Ethylene with the Isobutylene
2433/74216 Sakaguchi, Yasuyoshi 1951/03/30 91 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 91 24 京都大学化学研究所 Studies on Chemical Reactions of Polyvinyl Compounds
2433/74400 Goto, Rempei 1952/03/30 67 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 67 28 京都大学化学研究所 Plasticity of Bentonite Clay
2433/74390 Yoshida, Zen-ichi 1952/03/30 76 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 76 28 京都大学化学研究所 The Relation between Fluorescence and Chemical Constitution of Organic Compounds
2433/76456 Yamauchi, Jun 1973/02/28 487 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 483 50 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Magnetic Properties of 2,2,6,6-Tetramethyl-4-Hydroxypiperidine-1-Oxyl-4-Derivatives
2433/46936 Murano, Masao 1970/04/10 103 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 93 39 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan High resolution NMR spectra of polyacrylonitrile and its two-unit and three-unit model compounds
2433/46946 Osugi, Jiro 1970/12/20 47 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 39 40 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The effect of pressure on the rate of the benzidine rearrangement IV : 2,2'-dimethoxyhydrazobenzene
2433/46807 Oura, Masahiro 1961/08/01 4 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 1 31 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Effects of plastic deformation on the optical properties of alkali halide and thallium halide single crystals
2433/76784 Hiragi, Yuzuru 1978/08/31 175 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 170 56 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Molecular Shape and Structure of Regular Molecular Assemblies. II. : The Geometrical Conditions for Two Dimensional Packings of the Elliptic Molecule
2433/76673 Hanai, Tetuya 1976/10/20 254 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 248 54 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Numerical Estimation in a Theory of Interfacial Polarization Developed for Disperse Systems in Higher Concentrations
2433/63181 Kurata, Kazuhiro 1999/06/01 127 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 112 1102 京都大学数理解析研究所 An Estimate on the Heat Kernel of Magnetic Schrodinger Operators and Uniformly Elliptic Operators with Non-negative Potentials (Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
2433/24878 Arai, Asao 2004/07/01 89 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 81 1386 京都大学数理解析研究所 Existence of Enhanced Binding in Quantum Field Models (Applications of Renormalization Group Methods in Mathematical Sciences)
2433/75832 Hanai, Tetsuya 1961/07/31 249 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 249 39 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Theory of the Dielectric Dispersion due to the Interfacial Polarization and its Application to Emulsions
2433/75839 1961/07/31 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 39 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Cover & Contents
2433/75578 1957/10/31 40 0023-6071 1-2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 38 35 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Titles of Papers : Read at the 58th Semi-annal Meeting of the Institute on November 30th and December 1st, 1956
2433/81749 Nakajima, Fumio 2008/05/01 82 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 78 1597 京都大学数理解析研究所 A rario-dependent predator-prey system model (Theory of Biomathematics and its Applications IV)
2433/61065 Kuznetsov, Yuri A. 1997/04/01 157 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 148 989 京都大学数理解析研究所 Overlapping Domain Decomposition with Non-matching Grids(Domain Decomposition Methods and Related Topics)
2433/75902 1962/09/20 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 40 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Cover & Contents
2433/194687 NAITO, KOICHIRO 2013/01/01 39 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 33 1821 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 37B10 PREDICTABILITY AND UNPREDICTABILITY OF QUASI-PERIODIC DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS (Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/90742 阿部, 友子 1982/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 112 0527-2997 3 物性研究 112 38 物性研究刊行会 2. Phase Transition in Two-Dimensional Random Antiferromagnets Rb_2Co_CNi_<1-C>F_4
2433/53379 1976/10/30 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 57 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 54 61 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Abstracts
2433/46864 1966/04/30 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 35 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Contents of vol. 35
2433/47322 Ishii, Hitoshi 2005/04/01 149 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 143 1428 京都大学数理解析研究所 A NOTE ON THE HOMOGENIZATION OF FULLY NONLINEAR DEGENERATE ELLIPTIC EQUATIONS (Viscosity Solution Theory of Differential Equations and its Developments)
2433/91021 古賀, 均 1983/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 338 0527-2997 3 物性研究 338 40 物性研究刊行会 1. 保存系と散逸系のカオス(修士論文アブストラクト(1982年度))
2433/171217 Naito, Koichiro 2011/08/01 109 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 103 1755 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 37B10 RECURRENCY AND UNPREDICTABILITY OF QUASI-PERIODIC ORBITS ESTIMATED BY SIMULTANEOUS DIOPHANTINE APPROXIMATIONS (Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/86425 Fujita, Takahiko 1990/09/25 Kyoto University 自己相似的スピード測度を持つ一般化拡散過程の推移確率密度のある漸近的性質 Some asymptotic estimates of transition probability densities for generalized diffusion processes with self-similar speed measures
2433/84631 Togo, Atsushi 2008/10/01 The tetragonal to orthorhombic ferroelastic phase transition between rutile- and CaCl2-type SiO2 at high pressures is studied using first-principles calculations and the Landau free-energy expansion. The phase transition is systematically investigated in terms of characteristic phonon modes with B1g and Ag symmetries, shear moduli, transverse-acoustic mode, rotation angle of the SiO6 octahedra, spontaneous symmetry-breaking and volume strains, and enthalpy. The results show that these physical behaviors at the transition are well described using the Landau free-energy expansion parametrized by the first-principles calculations. 1098-0121 13 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevB.78.134106 78 American Physical Society First-principles calculations of the ferroelastic transition between rutile-type and CaCl2-type SiO2 at high pressures
2433/215580 Gao, Da-Ming 2016/03/23 Kyoto University subcritical aqueous alcohol 亜臨界含水アルコール中での糖の異性化 Isomerization of Saccharides in Subcritical Aqueous Alcohols
2433/131842 Morii, Kei 2010/09/15 We investigate the sharp constants in a Brézis–Gallouët–Wainger type inequality with a double logarithmic term in the Hölder space in a bounded domain in Rn. Ibrahim, Majdoub and Masmoudi gave the sharp constant in the two-dimensional case. We make precise estimates to give the sharp constants, and pass to the case of higher dimensions n≥2. We can also show that the inequality with fixed constants including the sharp ones admits an extremal function under a suitable condition when the domain is a ball. 1766 0362-546X 6 Nonlinear Analysis: Theory, Methods & Applications 1747 73 Elsevier Ltd Sobolev embedding theorem Brézis–Gallouët–Wainger type inequality with a double logarithmic term in the Hölder space: Its sharp constants and extremal functions
2433/155800 Kowaka, Yasuyuki 2012/04/21 Electronic and vibrational structures in the S(0) (1)A(1) and S(1) (1)A(1) states of jet-cooled phenanthrene-h(10) and phenanthrene-d(10) were analyzed by high-resolution spectroscopy using a tunable nanosecond pulsed laser. The normal vibrational energies and molecular structures were estimated by ab initio calculations with geometry optimization in order to carry out a normal-mode analysis of observed vibronic bands. The rotational structure was analyzed by ultrahigh-resolution spectroscopy using a continuous-wave single-mode laser. It has been demonstrated that the stable geometrical structure is markedly changed upon the S(1) ← S(0) electronic excitation. Nonradiative internal conversion in the S(1) state is expected to be enhanced by this structural change. The observed fluorescence lifetime has been found to be much shorter than the calculated radiative lifetime, indicating that the fluorescence quantum yield is low. The lifetime of phenanthrene-d(10) is longer than that of phenanthrene-h(10) (normal deuterium effect). This fact is in contrast with anthracene, which is a structural isomer of phenanthrene. The lifetime at the S(1) zero-vibrational level of anthracene-d(10) is much shorter than that of anthracene-h(10) (inverse deuterium effect). In phenanthrene, the lifetime becomes monotonically shorter as the vibrational energy increases for both isotopical molecules without marked vibrational dependence. The vibrational structure of the S(0) state is considered to be homogeneous and quasi-continuous (statistical limit) in the S(1) energy region. 0021-9606 15 The Journal of chemical physics 136 American Institute of Physics ab initio calculations Electronic, vibrational, and rotational structures in the S(0) (1)A(1) and S(1) (1)A(1) states of phenanthrene.
2433/141281 MASUDA, SHIGERU 2010/04/01 130 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 120 1677 京都大学数理解析研究所 the microscopically descriptive equation The tensor structure of the original Navier-Stokes equations (Study of the History of Mathematics)
2433/84921 Okugawa, Kôtaro 1987/01/01 Lectures in Mathematics 16 Kinokuniya Algebra Differential algebra of nonzero characteristic
2433/140406 Suzuki, Masahiro 2009/02/01 131 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 121 1631 京都大学数理解析研究所 Relaxation limit and initial layer to heat-conductive hydrodynamic models for semiconductor (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/128932 Tang, Ying 2010/07/09 Time-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy (TR-PES) of ultrafast dynamics in solution is presented. To measure the photoelectron kinetic energy distribution (PKED) that is free from inelastic scattering in solution, photoelectrons were generated with ultra-low kinetic energies (ULKE: <5 eV). Time constants of the elementary processes in the charge-transfer-to-solvent (CTTS) reaction from I− to bulk water were in excellent agreement with those obtained by transient absorption spectroscopy, demonstrating the bulk-sensitivity of TR-PES-ULKE. The analysis suggests that the CTTS reaction proceeds via two intermediates, and that 30% of the first intermediate and 70% of the second intermediate respectively are quenched by geminate recombination between the electron and the neutral iodine atom. 116 0009-2614 1-3 Chemical Physics Letters 111 494 Elsevier B.V. Time-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy of bulk liquids at ultra-low kinetic energy
2433/90862 Doi, Kentaro 2008/01/01 Density functional calculations are performed for lanthanum-oxide clusters in order to study the local dielectric properties of such clusters using the dielectric constant defined at local points. An increase in coordination number brings about an increase in electron population on the central lanthanum atom, leading to an increase in the local dielectric constant. Please also see, errata, Ph.D. thesis, Pawel Szarek 京都大学学術情報リポジトリ(京都大学図書館機構) [Szarek, Pawel, Theoretical Study of Electronic States of Chemical Bonds.(化学結合の電子状態に関する理論的研究.) http://hdl.handle.net/2433/66212 ] 211 0021-4922 1 Japanese Journal of Applied Physic 205 http://jjap.ipap.jp/link?JJAP/47/205/ 47 Japan Society of Applied Physics local dielectric constant Electronic structure study of local dielectric properties of lanthanoid oxide clusters
2433/81408 Kohatsu-Higa, Arturo 2008/02/01 135 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 124 1580 京都大学数理解析研究所 Estimating Multi-dimensional Density Functions through the Malliavin-Thalmaier Formula and Its Application to Finance (Financial Modeling and Analysis)
2433/141451 MIYAKE, HIROMICHI 2010/04/01 126 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 116 1685 京都大学数理解析研究所 MEAN ERGODIC THEOREMS FOR ALMOST PERIODIC SEMIGROUPS (Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/76948 Soga, Naohiro 1981/09/01 158 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 147 59 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Structural Dependence of Bulk Modulus of Inorganic Glasses (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Megumi Tashiro on the Occation of his Retirement)
2433/64650 石川, 昌明 2001/01/01 204 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 194 1186 京都大学数理解析研究所 不規則外乱の影響を考慮した相転移現象のモデリング (函数解析学の応用としての情報数理の研究)
2433/74046 Oda, Ryohei 1950/03/20 63 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 62 20 京都大学化学研究所 A New Method to Replace the Diazonium-Sait Group with Halogen
2433/74052 Kodama, Shinjiro 1950/03/20 58 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 57 20 京都大学化学研究所 An Approximate Rate Equation for the Activated Adsorption
2433/74137 Tomihisa, Kotaro 1950/09/30 86 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 85 22 京都大学化学研究所 The Relation between the Plastic Viscosity and Yield-point of High Polymeric Material
2433/74176 Kadota, Noriaki 1950/12/30 75 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 74 23 京都大学化学研究所 On the Kinetics of the Activated Adsorption. (II)
2433/74183 Horio, Masao 1950/12/30 68 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 67 23 京都大学化学研究所 Studies on the Cuprammonium Hydroxyde Solution of Cellulose. (I) : On the Degradation of Cellulose in the Solution
2433/74307 Furukawa, Junji 1951/12/10 94 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 93 26 京都大学化学研究所 On the Mechanism of Vinyl-Acetate Synthesis
2433/65592 2008/03/01 7 1342-0321 ICR annual report 6 14 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Structural Organic Chemistry
2433/76595 Morishima, Hiroshi 1975/03/31 22 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 15 53 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Electron Paramagnetic Resonance of Several Polyamino Acids Gamma-Irradiated at 77 K (Special Issue on Physical, Chemical and Biological Effects of Gamma Radiation, XV)
2433/76589 Kawamura, Takashi 1975/03/31 69 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 68 53 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Electron Spin Resonance Study of Phosphoranyl Radicals in γ-irradiated C₆H₅PCl₂ and (C₆H₅)₂PCl (Special Issue on Physical, Chemical and Biological Effects of Gamma Radiation, XV)
2433/46901 Osugi, Jiro 1967/01/01 80 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 72 37 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Optical studies on the effect of pressure IV : the effects of pressure on the keto-enol equilibria of ethyl acetoacetate and acetylacetone
2433/46959 Moriyoshi, Takashi 1972/03/31 31 0034-6675 1/2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 22 41 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Effects of pressure on organic reactions V : the base-catalyzed decomposition of diacetone alcohol in two aqueous alcohol mixtures
2433/46828 Nishiguchi, Hiroaki 1963/03/28 58 0034-6675 1/2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 57 32 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The electron spin resonance spectra of the mononegative ions of o-, m-, and p-terphenyl
2433/46815 1962/02/28 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 31 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Cover
2433/75266 Watanabe, Teizo 1953/01/30 59 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 58 31 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University High Frequency Titration. (III) : Induction Period in the Gold Sol Formation
2433/75265 Yamakita, Itsuro 1953/01/30 60 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 59 31 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Thermodynamic Properties of Higher Fatty Acids in Organic Solvents
2433/75398 Nodzu, Ryuzaburo 1954/01/31 40 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 39 32 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Reaction of Ketene with Acetone
2433/40927 Watanabe, Takao 2001/04/01 70 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 65 1200 京都大学数理解析研究所 A SURVEY ON GENERALIZED HERMITE CONSTANTS (Algebraic number theory and related topics)
2433/46638 Shida, Shoji 1947/09/15 131 0034-6675 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 121 20 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan A study of the recombination reactions of free atoms by the thermal analysis of Budde-effect. II : the recombination of bromine atoms (Commemoration volume dedicated to Prof. Shinkichi Horiba in celebration of his sixtieth birthday)
2433/75558 Tsuruta, Teiji 1956/07/31 223 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 214 34 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University A Molecular Orbital Discussion of the Hammett Equation : Semi-empirical Interpretation on the Abnormality of the Benzyl Anion Type Substituent
2433/53229 NISHIMIYA, Koei 1995/09/30 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 36 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 34 82 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University wood charcoal Mechanism and Clarification of Electrical Conduction through Wood Charcoal
2433/76607 Watanabe, Kohji 1975/09/25 172 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 161 53 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University ESR and ENDOR Spectra of Organic Stable Free Radicals : α,α,γ,γ-Bisdiphenylene-β-phenyl Allyl and its Derivatives (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Eiji Suito on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/213011 Matsumura, Mutsuhide 1968/11/25 Kyoto University ある種の定数係数対称双曲型方程式に対する混合問題の解の挙動について COMPORTEMENT DES SOLUTIONS DE QUELQUES PROB LÈMES MIXTES POUR CERTAINS SYSTÈMES HYPERBOLIQUES SYMÉTRIQUES A COEFFICIENTS CONSTANTS
2433/214948 Ito, Atsushi 2011/01/01 149 代数幾何学シンポジウム記録 149 2011 京都大学数理解析研究所 Algebro-geometric characterization of Cayley polytopes
2433/84558 Song, Bong-Shik 2008/03/01 In this letter, we experimentally demonstrate resonant-wavelength control of a series of 16 nanocavities in a two-dimensional photonic crystal slab structure by nanometer-order variation of the lattice constants and air-holes sizes. The cavities show a linear dependence on these parameters, a 1-nm increase of lattice constant or air-hole size leading to 4.2-nm increase or 1.56-nm decrease of the resonant wavelength, respectively. These experimental results are in good agreement with the finite-difference time-domain calculations and have a small standard deviation of wavelength (~1 nm) between samples on a single chip. These results will stimulate development in areas such as ultrasmall and multichannel filters, sensors, and switches. 534 1041-1135 5-8 IEEE PHOTONICS TECHNOLOGY LETTERS 532 20 IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC nanocavity Resonant-wavelength control of nanocavities by nanometer-scaled adjustment of two-dimensional photonic crystal slab structures
2433/24891 Liess, Otto 2005/01/01 12 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1412 京都大学数理解析研究所 Decay estimates for the solutions of the system of crystal acoustics for cubic crystals (Recent Trends in Microlocal Analysis)
2433/76783 Takenaka, Tohru 1978/08/31 191 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 176 56 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Vibrational Spectra of 1,2,4,5-Tetracyanobenzene and 1,2,4,5-Tetracyanobenzene-d₂ Crystals
2433/39774 Ichitsubo, T 2006/10/21 0021-9606 15 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS http://link.aip.org/link/?jcp/125/154502 125 AMER INST PHYSICS Structural instability of metallic glasses under radio-frequency-ultrasonic perturbation and its correlation with glass-to-crystal transition of less-stable metallic glasses
2433/76386 Aoki, Tôru 1972/01/31 313 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 307 49 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Synergistic Effect in the Solvent Extraction of Europium and Zinc Benzoyltrifluoroacetonate Adducts with Phosphine and Arsine Oxides
2433/46940 Maruyama, Kazuhiro 1970/04/10 130 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 123 39 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The structure of metal ketyls derived from xanthone analogues II : on the electronic interaction in ketyl radicals
2433/46143 飯島, 俊一郎 1938/06/30 89 3 物理化學の進歩 83 12 日本物理化學研究會 還元ニッケルの重水素吸着に就て On the adsorption of deuterium on reduced nickel : studies at low temperatures
2433/46845 Maruyama, Kazuhiro 1964/11/05 34 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 30 34 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Electron spin resonance studies of radical-anions of nitrobenzophenones
2433/61859 KATO, Mikio 1998/04/01 74 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 68 1031 京都大学数理解析研究所 Von Neumann-Jordan constant and some geometrical constants of Banach spaces(NONLINEAR ANALYSIS AND CONVEX ANALYSIS)
2433/46526 Iijima, Shun-ichiro 1938/08/31 89 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 83 12 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan On the adsorption of deuterium on reduced nickel : studies at low temperatures
2433/80801 山岡, 直人 2007/04/01 93 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 87 1547 京都大学数理解析研究所 Oscillation constants of nonlinear differential equations with delay(Functional Equations Based upon Phenomena) Oscillation constants of nonlinear differential equations with delay(Functional Equations Based upon Phenomena)
2433/46920 Srichand, M. 1969/06/30 89 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 85 38 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan A correlation technique for predicting the viscosity of freon-12 and freon-22 vapours
2433/76782 Nakanishi, Jiro 1978/08/31 203 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 192 56 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Vibrational Spectra of Tetracyano-1, 4-dithiin
2433/41878 Saito, Yasuhisa 2002/04/01 109 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 100 1254 京都大学数理解析研究所 Permanence for Delay Difference Nonautonomous Population Models (Dynamics of Functional Equations and Related Topics)
2433/80833 Nishihara, Michi 2007/04/01 84 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 77 1548 京都大学数理解析研究所 Real Options Model of R & D(Mathematics in a Decision Making with Uncertainties and Its Applications)
2433/200216 Yamaoki, Yudai 2015/03/02 Two second-generation quadruplex hammerhead ribozymes, whose activity enhances in response to K(+)via quadruplex formation of embedded r(GGA)3GG, were developed. Different strategies were applied to suppress basal activity when K(+) is absent. As a result, the activity enhancement upon the addition of K(+) has reached as high as 21-fold. Accepted 13 Feb 2015. 5901 1359-7345 27 Chemical communications 5898 51 Royal Society of Chemistry Boosting of activity enhancement of K(+)-responsive quadruplex hammerhead ribozyme.
2433/58904 Ishige, Kazuhiro 2007/01/01 35 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 12 1528 京都大学数理解析研究所 Decay Rates of the Derivatives of the Solutions of the Heat Equations and Related Topics(Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/62818 Zuber, J.-B. 1999/03/01 107 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 88 1086 京都大学数理解析研究所 C-algebras and their applications to reflection groups and conformal field theories (Topological Field Theory and Related Topics)
2433/53041 MASUDA, Minoru 1969/07/01 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 38 0049-7916 木材研究 : 京都大學木材研究所報告 12 47 京都大學木材研究所 直交異方性板の数値解析(I) Numerical Analysis of Orthotropic Plates (I)
2433/171094 Masuda, Shigeru 2011/07/01 182 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 165 1749 京都大学数理解析研究所 GAUSS' VARIATIONAL PROBLEM AND THE NAVIER-STOKES EQUATIONS (Mathematical analyses of the Euler equations : 250 years of mechanics and variational principle)
2433/46996 Fujii, Takeshi 1974/09/30 55 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 38 44 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Kinetic studies on the rearrangement of n-chloroacetanilide under pressure
2433/109743 Sakai, Kyosuke 2010/05/01 We present a coupled-wave analysis for square-lattice photonic crystal lasers with transverse electric polarization. A model consisting of eight plane waves coupled by Bragg diffraction is used to describe two-dimensional optical coupling. The resonant frequencies and threshold criteria for the modes of oscillation have been determined for the case of index periodicity with a lattice of circular holes. The spatial intensity distributions of these resonant modes have also been calculated. For the fundamental modes, we have investigated how the intensity distribution varies as a function of coupling strength. The dependence of the threshold gain of these modes on hole size has also been elucidated. This semianalytical approach provides a comprehensive understanding of square-lattice photonic crystal lasers and allows more effective optimization of their cavity design. 795 0018-9197 5 IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics 788 46 IEEE Coupled mode analysis Coupled-Wave Theory for Square-Lattice Photonic Crystal Lasers With TE Polarization
2433/194642 WANG, JIUN-CHAU 2012/12/01 129 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 118 1820 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 46L53 LIMIT THEOREMS FOR MONOTONE CONVOLUTION (Mathematical Studies on Independence and Dependence Structure : Algebra meets Probability)
2433/176804 YAMAGISHI, Hiroyuki 2009/10/01 139 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 125 B13 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 34B27 Riemann zeta function and the best constants of five series of Sobolev inequalities (Expansion of Integrable Systems)
2433/58055 CABRE, XAVIER 2006/04/01 87 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 79 1481 京都大学数理解析研究所 Interior $C^{2, \alpha}$ regularity for fully nonlinear elliptic equations(Viscosity Solution Theory of Differential Equations and its Developments)
2433/161777 Akamatsu, Hirofumi 2011/06/01 A superexchange mechanism between Eu^2+ 4f spins via the 3d states of nonmagnetic Ti^4+ ions is proposed through first-principles calculations based on a hybrid Hartree-Fock density functional approach to explain G-type antiferromagnetism in EuTiO3. This mechanism is supported by systematic calculations for related Eu2+-based perovskite oxides. In EuTiO3, the competition between the antiferromagnetic superexchange and an indirect ferromagnetic exchange via the Eu 5d states leads to a delicate balance between antiferromagnetic and ferromagnetic phases. The superexchange mechanism involving the Ti 3d states hints at the microscopic origin of the strong spin-lattice coupling in EuTiO3. 1098-0121 21 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevB.83.214421 83 American Physical Society Antiferromagnetic superexchange via 3d states of titanium in EuTiO3 as seen from hybrid Hartree-Fock density functional calculations
2433/197460 Han, Donglin 2013/12/12 Rare earth-doped BaZrO[3] is a very attractive material in electrochemical applications due to its proton conductive property. In this work, powder X-ray diffraction patterns of BaZr[0.8]M[0.2]O[3−δ] (M = Sc, Eu, Sm, Dy) were collected using synchrotron radiation, and also using characteristic X-ray of CuKα in dry and wet atmospheres at high temperature. Then, a combined interpretation of the diffraction patterns was established by using Rietveld refinement. The results revealed that an obvious lattice expansion was observed for BaZr[0.8]M[0.2]O[3−δ] (M = Sc, Eu, Sm, Dy) in wet O2compared with the case in dry condition, indicating a chemical expansion effect on lattice volume by incorporating water into lattice. Eu, Sm, and Dy cations occupied both A- and B-sites of BaZrO[3] crystalline lattice, whereas Sc cations were determined to occupy B-site only. These results indicate clearly an increasing tendency toward A-site occupation for the rare earth cations in BaZrO[3] with an increasing radius. 650 0002-7820 2 Journal of the American Ceramic Society 643 97 wiley Dopant Site Occupancy and Chemical Expansion in Rare Earth-Doped Barium Zirconate
2433/50485 Tsuchiizu, M 2004/01/01 1098-0121 3 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v69/p035103 69 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Ground-state phase diagram of the one-dimensional half-filled extended Hubbard model
2433/141659 Masuda, Shigeru 2010/07/01 235 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 221 1697 京都大学数理解析研究所 The two-constants theory and tensors of the original Navier-Stokes equations (Mathematical analysis of the Euler equations : 150 years of vortex dynamics and sound waves)
2433/74547 Osaka, Akiyoshi 1984/09/25 Kyoto University 加成性に基づく2成分および3成分ガラスの網目構造 Network Structure of Binary and Ternary Glasses Based on Additivity Rule
2433/176341 Okamoto, Norihiko L. 2013/07/13 The plastic deformation behaviour of single crystals of Pt3Al with the L12 structure having an off-stoichiometric composition of Pt–27 at% Al has been investigated in compression from 77 to 1073 K. The L12 structure is not stable below around 220 K, transforming into either a D0c or D0c′ structure. Slip occurs along 1 1 0 both on (001) and on (111) with slip on (001) being the primary slip system, which operates for most crystal orientations except for near [0 01], accompanied by a considerably lower CRSS (critical resolved shear stress). The CRSS tends to decrease gradually with increasing temperature for both slip in the temperature range where the L12 phase is stable, except for a moderate increase in CRSS observed above 673 K for slip on (001). Dislocations with b = [1‾01] dissociate into two collinear superpartials with b = 1/2[1‾01] separated by an APB on the corresponding slip plane for both slip on (001) and (111). For slip on (111), dislocations tend to align along their screw orientation at room temperature, suggesting the high Peierls stress for their motion. The possibility of showing the normal (large negative) temperature dependence of CRSS at low temperatures as well as the reason for the absence of the anomalous (positive) temperature dependence of CRSS for slip on (111) at high temperatures is discussed. 81 1478-6435 1-3 Philosophical Magazine 60 93 Taylor & Francis intermetallic compound Plastic deformation of single crystals of Pt_3Al with the L1_2 structure
2433/63434 Miyamoto, Ikuko 1999/11/01 44 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 38 1116 京都大学数理解析研究所 Harmonic functions in a cylinder with the normal derivatives vanishing on the boundary (Potential Theory and its Related Fields)
2433/46795 Monobe, Kazuo 1960/12/30 144 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 138 30 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on the electrochemical properties of copolymers of maleic acid, I : potentiometric titration at low ionic strength
2433/41222 Tanigawa, Tomoyuki 2001/06/01 242 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 236 1216 京都大学数理解析研究所 非線形特異項をもつ2階微分方程式系の正値増大解について (関数方程式の定性的理論とその現象解析への応用) Positive increasing solutions to two-dimensional differential systems with singular nonlinearities (Qualitative theory of functional equations and its application to mathematical science)
2433/84493 Shinoda, Junichi 1995/02/01 26 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 13 898 京都大学数理解析研究所 Periodic behavior of solutions to a continuous casting problem(Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Their Applications)
2433/195306 UMETA, Yoko 2013/11/01 139 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 132 1861 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 34E20 A relation between instanton-type solutions of $P_J$(J=I,II,34,IV)-hierarchies with a large parameter (Recent development of microlocal analysis and asymptotic analysis)
2433/55898 Nakamura, Shigehisa 1978/03/01 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 590 0563-8682 4 東南アジア研究 581 15 京都大学東南アジア研究センター On Statistical Tsunami Risk of the Philippines
2433/46852 Benerjee, Jayanta 1965/06/20 87 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 81 34 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies of reaction kinetics of monohydric alcohols by acid permanganate
2433/50133 Wasa, K 2006/03/20 0003-6951 12 APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS http://link.aip.org/link/?apl/88/122903 88 AMER INST PHYSICS Electromechanical coupling factors of single-domain 0.67Pb(Mg1/3Nb2/3)O-3-0.33 PbTiO3 single-crystal thin films
2433/76488 Takahashi, Takeo 1973/08/29 172 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 163 51 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Study of the Thio-Claisen Rearrangement. Rearrangement of 2-Allylthiobenzothiazole and Related Compounds
2433/75443 Umeda, Shōji 1954/05/31 125 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 109 32 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Adsorption Isotherm for the Heterogeneous Surface. (I)
2433/47068 Inoue, Hisayuki 1979/02/10 114 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 105 48 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The reaction of nitrile with α-hydrogens at high pressure II : pressure effects on the iminoether formation and deuterium-hydrogen exchange reaction of phenylacetonitrile in methanol
2433/75837 Gotoh, Rempei 1961/07/31 214 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 202 39 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Inductive Effect of Polar Substituents on Carbon-Hydrogen Stretching Vibrations of Aliphatic Hydrocarbons
2433/139881 Kikyo, Hirotaka 2008/06/01 102 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 93 1602 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 03C45 On the Amalgamation Property for Automorphisms (Model theoretic techniques for constructing infinite structures)
2433/195311 TAKIGUCHI, Takashi 2013/11/01 82 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 71 1861 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 46F15 On the Structure of Hyperfunctions and Ultradistributions (Recent development of microlocal analysis and asymptotic analysis)
2433/77145 Miyagawa, Hisashi 1986/09/25 103 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 94 64 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Analysis of Hydrophobic Effect in the Complex Formation of Beta-Cyclodextrin-mono-(6-deoxy-6-sulfonate) with Quarternary Ammonium Ions
2433/207836 YAMAZAWA, HIROSHI 2013/04/01 175 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 163 B40 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 34M30 Borel summability of a formal solution for Cauchy problem of some linear partial differential equations (Recent development of micro-local analysis for the theory of asymptotic analysis)
2433/65245 Wakai, Chihiro 2000/03/01 Hydrothermal decomposition of a hazardous chlorinated organic compound, dichloromethane, has been investigated using in-situ NMR spectroscopy. It is found that the hydrolysis of dichloromethane yields methanediol as an intermediate. Methanediol is a hydrated form of formaldehyde and easily transformed into methanol and formic acid under basic conditions. In the temperature range of 70-140 °C, the Cannizzaro-type reaction occurs: methanediol produces the reduced form, methanol and the oxydized form, formic acid. At higher temperatures between 200 and 250 °C, on the other hand, two methanediol molecules form glycolic acid which has a new C-C bond. The reaction rate constants and activation energies for the dechlorination and the Cannizzaro-type reactions have been obtained. 11 1342-0321 ICR annual report 10 6 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Hydrothermal reaction In-situ NMR Study of Hydrothermal Reactions of Hazardous Chlorinated Organic Compounds: CH2Cl2 (INTERFACE SCIENCE-Solutions and Interfaces)
2433/42935 Fujii, Masatoshi 2003/04/01 30 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 27 1312 京都大学数理解析研究所 DIFFERENCE IN PROJECTIONS (Structure of operators and related current topics)
2433/53420 NORIMOTO, Misato 1971/08/31 This paper deals with the dielectric anisotropy of wood in relation to the structures of wood and the mechanism of the relaxation process due to the motion of CH_2OH group in the disordered region of wood substance. In very high frequency range in which only optical and infra-red polarizations contribute to dielectric constant, the value of dielectric constant of wood substance in parallel to grain direction was equal to that in perpendicular to grain direction. The dielectric anisotropy of wood, therefore, is mainly caused by the macroscopic structures. On the other hand, in the frequency range in which the relaxation process due to the motion of dipole contributes to dielectric constant, the value of dielectric constant of wood substance in parallel to grain direction was always greater than that in perpendicular to grain direction, and the frequency corresponding to dielectric loss factor maximum in parallel to grain direction was lower than that in perpendicular to grain direction. These results show that the transition probability of dipole jump to an adjacent site when the electric field applies to longitudinal direction is greater than that when the electric field applies to the other directions, and the heights of potential barriers among sites in longitudinal direction are higher than those in the other directions. The dielectric anisotropy of wood in low frequency range, therefore, depends not only upon the macroscopic structures but also upon the molecular structures and motions in wood substance. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 32 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 12 51 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University The Dielectric Properties of Wood V, On the Dielectric Anisotropy of Wood.
2433/59012 NAKAMURA, Tohru 2007/02/01 131 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 122 1536 京都大学数理解析研究所 Large-time behavior of solutions for the compressible viscous fluid in a half space(Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/75985 1964/02/25 247 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 245 41 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 1962 : Physical Chemistry
2433/60973 Uno, Takashi 1997/03/01 170 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 167 985 京都大学数理解析研究所 確率代数多項式の実数根の個数の限界について(非線形解析学と凸解析学の研究) On the Bound of the Number of the Real Roots of a Random Algebraic Polynomial(Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/176765 HIBINO, Masaki 2008/11/01 62 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 47 B10 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35C20 Summability of formal solutions for singular first-order linear PDEs with holomorphic coefficients (Differential Equations and Exact WKB Analysis)
2433/174034 STORY, TROY L. 2007/03/01 382 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 365 B1 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 76D05 NAVIER-STOKES DYNAMICS ON A DIFFERENTIAL ONE-FORM(Kyoto Conference on the Navier-Stokes Equations and their Applications)
2433/172759 Zhang, Yan 2012/03/01 15 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1786 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Dynamic Model Describing Heterotrophic Cultures of $Chlorella$ and Its Stability Analysis (Progress in Qualitative Theory of Functional Equations)
2433/175498 Ishii, Ryota 2013/06/04 Reflectance spectroscopy was performed for nonpolar and semipolar bulk aluminum nitride (AlN) substrates under uniaxial stress. The exciton-polariton theory was applied to interpret the reflectivity spectra, while the Bir-Pikus deformation potential theory was used to analyze the stress dependence of exciton transition energies. This approach allowed all the deformation potentials in AlN to be determined without the quasicubic approximation. 1098-0121 23 Physical Review B http://prb.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v87/i23/e235201 87 American Physical Society Complete set of deformation potentials for AlN determined by reflectance spectroscopy under uniaxial stress
2433/198563 Han, Donglin 2014/11/14 Various dopants were added to BaZrO[3] and the conductivities, the proton concentrations, the site occupancy of the dopants and the change in lattice volume as a result of chemical expansion were investigated. Lanthanide group dopants occupied both the Ba and Zr sites, but the amount of these dopants in the Ba site was too limited to significantly influence the conductivity. The samples doped with Yb, Tm, Er, Y and Ho showed both high proton concentrations and high conductivities, together with a relatively large lattice expansion as a result of hydration. We therefore suggest that, in most instances, the proton concentration, proton conductivity and lattice change as a result of chemical expansion were all correlated in proton conductive acceptor-doped BaZrO[3]. However, Sc-doped BaZrO[3] seemed to be different. Its proton concentration was high, but the conductivity and lattice change as a result of chemical expansion were relatively small. This indicates that the conductivity was strongly related to the lattice expansion resulting from hydration rather than simply the proton concentration. 1250 2050-7488 3 Journal of Materials Chemistry A 1243 3 Royal Society of Chemistry Correlation between electroconductive and structural properties of proton conductive acceptor-doped barium zirconate
2433/91263 Baba, Masaaki 2009/12/14 Vibrational level structure in the S(0) (1)A(g) and S(1) (1)B(3u) states of pyrene was investigated through analysis of fluorescence excitation spectra and dispersed fluorescence spectra for single vibronic level excitation in a supersonic jet and through referring to the results of ab initio theoretical calculation. The vibrational energies are very similar in the both states. We found broad spectral feature in the dispersed fluorescence spectrum for single vibronic level excitation with an excess energy of 730 cm(-1). This indicates that intramolecular vibrational redistribution efficiently occurs at small amounts of excess energy in the S(1) (1)B(3u) state of pyrene. We have also observed a rotationally resolved ultrahigh-resolution spectrum of the 0(0) (0) band. Rotational constants have been determined and it has been shown that the pyrene molecule is planar in both the S(0) and S(1) states, and that its geometrical structure does not change significantly upon electronic excitation. Broadening of rotational lines with the magnetic field by the Zeeman splitting of M(J) levels was very small, indicating that intersystem crossing to the triplet state is minimal. The long fluorescence lifetime indicates that internal conversion to the S(0) state is also slow. We conclude that the similarity of pyrene's molecular structure and potential energy curve in its S(0) and S(1) states is the main cause of the slow radiationless transitions. 1089-7690 22 The Journal of chemical physics 131 American Institute of Physics Vibrational and rotational structure and excited-state dynamics of pyrene.
2433/165031 北村, 優太 2012/11/26 京都大学 複屈折 フッ化物単結晶の光学特性に及ぼす応力の影響
2433/74710 Ichimura, Masaya 1988/03/23 Kyoto University III-V族混晶半導体中の元素配列に関する研究 ANALYSIS OF ATOM ARRANGEMENT IN III-V ALLOY SEMICONDUCTORS
2433/153409 Tosaka, Masatoshi 2012/02/01 Cross-linked samples of natural rubber (NR) and synthetic cis-1, 4-polyisoprene (IR) were instantaneously expanded to a predetermined strain ratio, α[s], using a newly-designed high-speed tensile tester. Crystallization behavior after the cessation of deformation was investigated. The high-cycle wide-angle X-ray diffraction (WAXD) measurements could successfully reveal the drastic progress of crystallization within the first a few hundred milliseconds. Quantitative analysis of Cross-linked samples of natural rubber (NR) and synthetic cis-1, 4-polyisoprene (IR) were instantaneously expanded to a predetermined strain ratio, α[s], using a newly-designed high-speed tensile tester. Crystallization behavior after the cessation of deformation was investigated. The high-cycle wide-angle X-ray diffraction (WAXD) measurements could successfully reveal the drastic progress of crystallization within the first a few hundred milliseconds. Quantitative analysis of diffraction intensity clarified coexistence of fast and slow crystallization processes; time constants τ[f] and τ[s], and amplitude I[f] and I[s], respectively, were estimated for these processes. The values of τ[f] were in the range of 50–200 ms, while τ[s] ranged between 2.5 and 4.5 s. Almost linear dependence of [I]f and I[s] on α[s] was clarified. The crystallite size in the directions both parallel and perpendicular to the stretching direction decreased with the increase in time-averaged nominal stress. The crystal lattice deformed almost linearly with the average nominal stress. For the fast process, correlation between crystallization and stress relaxation was not recognized, while linear relationship between them was found for the slow process. In every case, strain-induced crystallization was found to be the major origin of stress relaxation. Based on the results, effects of strain on crystallization of polymer melt were discussed. 872 0032-3861 3 Polymer 864 53 Elsevier Ltd. Strain-induced crystallization Detection of fast and slow crystallization processes in instantaneously-strained samples of cis-1,4-polyisoprene
2433/52872 KADITA, Sigeru 1960/03/01 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 61 0049-7916 木材研究 : 京都大學木材研究所報告 1 23 京都大學木材研究所 Studies on the Water Sorption of Wood
2433/74097 Mine, Masao 1950/06/30 62 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 62 21 京都大学化学研究所 Bubbles in Glass. (II) : Deformation of Bubbles in Sheet Glasses
2433/74141 Suito, Eiji 1950/09/30 82 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 82 22 京都大学化学研究所 Studies on the Reactions of Hydrogenation by the Method of Thermal Analysis
2433/74223 Shingu, Haruo 1951/03/30 85 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 85 24 京都大学化学研究所 Rate of Hydrolysis of Naphthalenemonosulfonic Acids
2433/74235 Yanagisawa, Masaaki 1951/03/30 75 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 75 24 京都大学化学研究所 Surface Diffusion of Mercury on Tin Toils
2433/74277 Mine, Masao 1951/09/10 62 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 62 25 京都大学化学研究所 Determination of the Density Change of Glass by the Sink-Float Method. (IV) : Density of Glass Subjected to Different Heat Treatment
2433/75451 1954/07/31 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 32 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Cover & Contents
2433/76446 Kita, Yasuo 1972/11/17 343 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 337 50 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Reaction of Nitrosobenzene with Benzylamine in Non-Aqueous Media (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Sango Kunichika On the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/83353 NAGATA, M. 1993/04/01 115 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 113 830 京都大学数理解析研究所 NONLINEAR UNSTEADY KELVIN-HELMHOLTZ FLOWS
2433/46914 Moriyoshi, Takashi 1968/11/20 57 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 50 38 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The effect of pressure and temperature on the base-catalyzed condensation of cyclohexanone (The co-operative researches on the fundamental studies of the liquid phase reactions at high pressures)
2433/46939 Maruyama, Kazuhiro 1970/04/10 122 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 117 39 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The structure of metal ketyls derived from xanthone analogues I : on the electronic structure of monomer metal ketyls
2433/61865 1998/04/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1031 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cover & Contents 表紙・目次
2433/61502 MORIMOTO, Hiroko 1997/08/01 104 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 100 1009 京都大学数理解析研究所 STATIONARY SOLUTIONS FOR THE NAVIER-STOKES EQUATIONS AND THE BOUSSINESQ EQUATIONS UNDER GENERAL OUTFLOW CONDITION(Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Applications)
2433/75439 Isoshima, Toshizo 1954/05/31 142 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 140 32 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Reaction of Ketene with Ethyl Acetoacetate in the Presence of Pyridine
2433/75440 Nodzu, Ryuzaburo 1954/05/31 140 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 139 32 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Reactions of Ketene with Phenol, Resorcine, Phloroglucine and Dimedone
2433/43117 Nakamura, Tohru 2003/05/01 101 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 96 1322 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic decay toward the rarefaction waves of solutions for viscous conservation laws in one-dimensional half space (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/46659 Osugi, Jiro 1951/01/01 98 0034-6675 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 92 21 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan On the kinetics of methyl free radicals, II : the velocity constant of the association reaction between methyl radical and iodine atom
2433/59426 内山, 淳 1995/04/01 67 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 57 905 京都大学数理解析研究所 Neumann-Wigner型ポテンシャルについて(スペクトル・散乱理論とその周辺)
2433/76258 Shigematsu, Tsunenobu 1969/03/31 274 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 269 46 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Synergistic Effect in Solvent Extraction of Scandium β-Diketone TOPO System
2433/75877 Okuda, Akizo 1962/03/31 85 0023-6071 1-2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 81 40 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Relative Concentration of F,M and R Centers (Special Issue on Physical, Chemical and Biological Effects of Gamma Radiation, III)
2433/89854 Takano, Hiroshi 1979/08/20 The spin 1/2 anisotropic Heisenberg model is studied by means of the real space renormalization transformations. Thermodynamic properties of one-dimensional systems are calculated by using an approximate decimation method. These results agree well with those obtained by Bonner and Fisher and by Katsura. Two- and three-dimensional systems are studied by generalizing the Migdal-Kadanoff renormalization transformations to quantum spin systems. For the Ising and Heisenberg models in two and three dimensions and for the X-Y model in three dimensions, the critical properties thus obtained are in qualitative agreement with those obtained from high temperature series expansions. For the two-dimensional X-Y model, our results suggest that this model undergoes some kind of phase transition and that the critical behaviour of this model is similar to that expected for the classical X-Y and planar models. この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 464 0527-2997 5 物性研究 407 32 物性研究刊行会 Study of Quantum Spin Systems using Real Space Renormalization Transformations
2433/60446 HASEGAWA, H. 1996/08/01 75 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 54 957 京都大学数理解析研究所 DYNAMICAL FORMULATION OF QUANTUM LEVEL STATISTICS(Quantum Stochastic Analysis and Related Fields)
2433/141057 石川, 秀明 2009/10/01 36 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 29 1665 京都大学数理解析研究所 THE GROWTH OF VARIOUS ZETA FUNCTIONS AND TAYLOR COEFFICIENTS (Analytic Number Theory and Related Areas)
2433/186573 Ueda, Tateo 1971/08/15 161 0454-7810 1 Memoirs of the Faculty of Science, Kyoto University. Series of geology and mineralogy 155 38 京都大学理学部 Disordering of the Cations, Ca2+, Mg2+, Fe2+ in Dolomite Lattice
2433/176813 2009/10/01 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu B13 京都大学数理解析研究所 表紙・目次 Cover & Contents
2433/172873 MURAKAMI, Masahiko 2012/05/01 27 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 26 1794 京都大学数理解析研究所 A definition of a field for Euclid's Elements without any set theories (Model Theory of Fields and its Applications)
2433/46931 Osugi, Jiro 1969/12/10 63 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 57 39 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The effect of pressure on the rate of the benzidine rearrangement III : 2,2'-dibromohydrazobenzene
2433/77510 Liu, Yongliang 1993/09/30 139 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 133 71 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Fourier Transform Near-Infrared Study of Dissociation and Thermodynamic Properties of N-Methylacetamide in a Carbon Tetrachloride Solution (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Tohru Takenaka On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/75831 Hanai, Tetsuya 1961/07/31 249 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 249 39 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dielectric Properties of Emulsions. (II) : Electrical Conductivities of O/W Emulsions
2433/59285 Hachiya, Kan 1999/03/23 Kyoto University dおよびf殻金属とその化合物の結合と拡散挙動 Bonding and diffusional dyna-mics of d-and f-shell metals and their compounds
2433/49139 DAYANTHI, WANNIARACHCHI KANKANAMGE CHANDRANI NEETHA 2007/09/25 学位授与大学：京都大学 ; 取得学位: 博士(工学) ; 学位授与年月日: 2007-09-25 ; 学位の種類: 新制・課程博士 ; 学位記番号: 工博第2851号 ; 請求記号: 新制/工/1419 ; 整理番号: 25536 Kyoto University Water reclamation and reuse 下水再生水の灌漑利用による硝酸汚染評価のための土壌カラム中の窒素動態の解析 ANALYSIS OF NITROGEN DYNAMICS IN SOIL COLUMNS TO EVALUATE NITRATE POLLUTION DUE TO RECLAIMED WASTEWATER IRRIGATION
2433/50200 Ueda, K 2007/05/01 1098-0121 19 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v75/p195122 75 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Photonic band structure calculations of two-dimensional Archimedean tiling patterns
2433/41947 Ishige, Kazuhiro 2002/04/01 26 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 13 1258 京都大学数理解析研究所 BLOW-UP PROBLEMS FOR SEMILINEAR HEAT EQUATIONS WITH LARGE DIFFUSION (Nonlinear Diffusive Systems and Related Topics)
2433/47090 El'yanov, B. S. 1980/01/01 184 0034-6675 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 169 50 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Some recent approaches to the quantitative description of the effect of high pressure on the thermodynamic and kinetic parameters of chemical reactions (Modern aspects of physical chemistry at high pressure : the 50th commemorative volume)
2433/84311 Ishibashi, M. 1994/09/01 113 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 88 886 京都大学数理解析研究所 Dirichlet series with periodic coefficients(Analytic Number Theory)
2433/58019 OSHIME, Yorimasa 2006/04/01 176 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 162 1479 京都大学数理解析研究所 Green functions and heat kernels of second order ordinary differential operators with discontinuous complex coefficients(Spectral and Scattering Theory and Related Topics)
2433/193532 Ito, Junta 2015/05/01 Two-dimensional finite element simulations and experiments are presented to examine the ultrasonic wave propagation behavior in the corner section of CFRP (carbon fiber reinforced plastics) laminate structures. The numerical model consists of a right-angle corner section of CFRP laminate immersed in water and subjected to the ultrasonic wave incidence from its inner or outer side. The anisotropic stiffness constants of the unidirectional CFRP are identified experimentally and used to model the curved laminate structure. A commercial finite element analysis code is used to compute the reflection waveforms in the pulse-echo mode, and the effect of the laminate stacking sequence and the wave incidence direction is examined. It is shown that the reflection waveforms for the wave incidence from the outer side of the corner qualitatively resemble those for the plane laminate except that the echo signals of the former are substantially weaker. The numerical simulations are shown to well reproduce the qualitative features of experimental reflection measurements performed for the corner sections of 16-ply CFRP laminate. Experimental results indicate that the porosity content of the corner section can be estimated by the amplitude ratio of the surface and the back-wall echoes when a curvature-dependent calibration relation is properly used. 87 0263-8223 Composite Structures 78 123 Elsevier Ltd. Carbon fiber reinforced plastics Ultrasonic wave propagation in the corner section of composite laminate structure: Numerical simulations and experiments
2433/64137 Cheng, J 2000/05/01 207 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 194 1155 京都大学数理解析研究所 A CONDITIONAL STABILITY ESTIMATE FOR AN INVERSE NEUMANN BOUNDARY PROBLEM (Applications of Analytic Extensions)
2433/81626 LI, Hai-Liang 2008/04/01 115 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 105 1592 京都大学数理解析研究所 Vanishing of Vacuum States and Blow-up Phenomena of the Compressible Navier-Stokes Equations (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/42352 Mizuma, Yoko 2002/08/01 103 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 100 1279 京都大学数理解析研究所 $PSL(2,\rm{Z})$の有限型不変量について (Volume Conjectureとその周辺)
2433/46997 1975/04/30 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 44 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Cover
2433/61884 KOMATSU, Makoto 1998/04/01 162 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 154 1033 京都大学数理解析研究所 Weierstrass type expression of curves of genus two and modular forms.(Singularities and Complex Analytic Geometry)
2433/25770 Tomita, Naohito 2004/07/01 119 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 117 1385 京都大学数理解析研究所 Strang-Fix Theory for Approximation Order in Weighted $L^p$-spaces (Partial Differential Equations and Time-Frequency Analysis)
2433/60205 OZAWA, Kazufumi 1996/04/01 20 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 10 944 京都大学数理解析研究所 Parallel block methods for solving nonstiff equations with stepsize control
2433/76079 Koizumi, Naokazu 1966/02/28 391 0023-6071 4-5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 388 43 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Apparatus for Measurement of Dipole Moments by Heterodyne Beat Method
2433/139454 WANG, Rongchun 2010/03/01 The degradation kinetics of glucuronic acid (GlcA) under subcritical conditions from 160 to 200 °C was studied in a continuous tubular reactor. The formation of glucuronolactone (GlcL) during the treatment of GlcA in subcritical water was substantiated by ESI-TOF-MS and 1H NMR. The degradation of GlcA consisted of the reversible conversion of GlcA to GlcL and the irreversible degradation of the two compounds. The changes in the concentrations of GlcA and GlcL with residence time could be described by first-order kinetics. Higher temperatures accelerated the degradation of GlcA, and thus resulted in rises in the pH value. The degradation reaction of GlcL under the same conditions was also investigated. The activation energy of the reverse hydrolysis of GlcA to GlcL and that of the hydrolysis of GlcL to GlcA were determined to be 88.5 and 63.2 kJ/mol respectively. The enthalpy change in the reversible conversion between GlcA and GlcL was 25.4 kJ/mol. 605 0916-8451 3 Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry 601 https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/bbb/74/3/74_90818/_article 74 Japan Society for Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Agrochemistry glucuronic acid Degradation Kinetics of Glucuronic Acid in Subcritical Water
2433/75714 Tanaka, Kenzo 1959/11/25 293 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 281 37 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Phase Transformation of n-Higher Alcohols. (II)
2433/41137 Hibino, Masaki 2001/06/01 184 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 175 1211 京都大学数理解析研究所 Gevrey Asymptotic Theory for Singular 1st Order Linear PDE (Asymptotic Analysis and Microlocal Analysis of PDE)
2433/140531 Yamanaka, Naoya 2009/04/01 158 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 146 1638 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Fast Verified Automatic Integration Algorithm using Double Exponential Formula (Numerical Analysis : Theory, Methods and Applications)
2433/84991 2009/01/01 7 1342-0321 ICR annual report 6 15 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Structural Organic Chemistry
2433/58314 Matsumura, A. 2006/05/01 70 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 60 1495 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic behavior of solutions for a fluid dynamical model of semiconductor equation(Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics : A conference in honor of Professor Tai-Ping Liu on his 60th Birthday)
2433/211417 Uehara, Masayuki 1964/12/22 Kyoto University S-行列理論に於ける複合粒子と零になる波動函数のくり込み常数 Composite Particles and Vanishing Wave Function Renormalization Constants in S-matrix Theory
2433/154581 Fujii, Toshiyuki 2012/01/01 Stable Zn isotopes are fractionated in roots and leaves of plants. Analyses demonstrate that the heavy Zn isotopes are enriched in the root system of plants with respect to shoots and leaves as well as the host soil, but the fractionation mechanisms remain unclear. Here we show that the origin of this isotope fractionation is due to a chemical isotope effect upon complexation by Zn malates and citrates in the aerial parts and by phosphates in the roots. We calculated the Zn isotope effect in aqueous citrates, malates, and phosphates by ab initio methods. For pH<5, the Zn isotopic compositions of the various parts of the plants are expected to be similar to those of groundwater. In the neutral to alkaline region, the calculations correctly predict that (66)Zn is enriched over (64)Zn in roots, which concentrate phosphates, with respect to leaves, which concentrate malates and citrates, by about one permil. It is proposed that Zn isotope fractionation represents a useful tracer of Zn availability and mobility in soils. 1932-6203 2 PloS one 7 Public Library of Science Ab initio calculation of the zn isotope effect in phosphates, citrates, and malates and applications to plants and soil.
2433/64519 Ei, Shin-Ichiro 2000/12/01 94 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 87 1178 京都大学数理解析研究所 Pulse Dynamics of Reaction-Diffusion Systems (Nonlinear Diffusive Systems : Dynamics and Asymptotics)
2433/76562 Kaji, Keisuke 1974/09/13 317 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 308 52 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Elastic Moduli of Isotactic Poly(4-methyl-1-pentene) Crystals (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Waichiro Tsuji On the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/76586 Ito, Setsuro 1975/03/31 651 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 641 52 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Microstructure and Properties of Fused-Cast NaNbO₃-BaTiO₃ Ceramics
2433/42960 Ei, Shin-Ichiro 2003/04/01 158 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 149 1313 京都大学数理解析研究所 特異点近傍におけるパルス解の挙動について (非線形現象の解析 : 実験と数理解析)
2433/41373 Kagei, Yoshiyuki 2001/07/01 121 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 114 1225 京都大学数理解析研究所 On large time behaviour of small solutions to the Vlasov-Poisson-Fokker-Planck equation (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/76680 Fujino, Osamu 1976/12/25 319 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 312 54 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Coprecipitation of Cadmium with Calcite
2433/46786 Oura, Masahiro 1960/08/01 33 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 25 30 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Optical properties of alkali halide and thallium halide single crystals
2433/41875 Vanualailai, Jito 2002/04/01 81 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 73 1254 京都大学数理解析研究所 Some Stability Criteria for a Class of Volterra Integro-differential Systems (Dynamics of Functional Equations and Related Topics)
2433/50486 Tsuchiizu, M 2002/02/04 0031-9007 5 PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v88/p056402 88 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Phase diagram of the one-dimensional extended Hubbard model at half filling
2433/41765 Ei, Shin-Ichiro 2002/02/01 17 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 9 1249 京都大学数理解析研究所 Dynamics of pulse-like localized solutions in reaction-diffusion systems (International Conference on Reaction-Diffusion Systems : Theory and Applications)
2433/25395 Majima, Hideyuki 2004/04/01 178 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 169 1367 京都大学数理解析研究所 Vanishing Theorems in Hyperasymptotic Analysis and Applications to Inhomogeneous Linear Differential Equations (Global and asymptotic analysis of differential equations in the complex domain)
2433/83498 RAMACHANDRA, K. 1993/05/01 56 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 48 837 京都大学数理解析研究所 A BRIEF REPORT ON THE ZEROS OF A CLASS OF GENERALISED DIRICHLET SERIES
2433/24882 Mukaida, Hisamitsu 2004/07/01 143 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 132 1386 京都大学数理解析研究所 Deformation of a renormalization-group equation applied to infinite-order phase transitions (Applications of Renormalization Group Methods in Mathematical Sciences)
2433/59585 KOMATSU, YUKIE 1995/06/01 170 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 164 914 京都大学数理解析研究所 Duffing equation A Bifurcation Phenomenon for the Periodic Solutions of the Duffing Equation(Mathematical Analysis of Phenomena in fluid and Plasma Dynamics)
2433/76340 Iwauchi, Kōzō 1970/12/19 170 0023-6071 4-5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 159 48 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dielectric Properties of α-Fe₂ 0₃
2433/83161 SHIROSAKI, MANABU 1993/01/01 24 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 11 819 京都大学数理解析研究所 Value distribution for moving targets(HOLOMORPHIC MAPPINGS, DIOPHANTINE GEOMETRY and RELATED TOPICS : in Honor of Professor Shoshichi Kobayashi on his 60th Birthday)
2433/141126 Nakai, Eiichi 2009/11/01 131 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 122 1669 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 42B30 Predual of Campanato spaces and Riesz potentials (Potential Theory and its related Fields)
2433/140521 Suzuki, Mami 2009/04/01 65 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 57 1637 京都大学数理解析研究所 An Application Model of a Nonlinear Difference Equation whose the all Eigenvalues are 1 (Dynamics of Functional Equations and Mathematical Models)
2433/53370 1978/01/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 73 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 65 63 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Abstracts
2433/77030 Kurihara, Norio 1983/08/15 95 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 89 61 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Composition of Partition Coefficients of Polychlorinated Hydrocarbons (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Yuzo Inouye on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/84100 ICHINOSE, WATARU 1994/05/01 33 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 25 873 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON THE ESSENTIAL SELF-ADJOINTNESS OF THE RELATIVISTIC HAMILTONIAN OF A SPINLESS PARTICLE(Spectrum, Scattering and Related Topics)
2433/47644 Takayama, Takeshi 2005/07/01 84 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 78 1445 京都大学数理解析研究所 Existence of positive solutions of some singular two-point boundary value problems (Functional Equations and Complex Systems)
2433/75744 Ozawa, Kunio 1959/12/25 334 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 327 37 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Effects of Gamma-Radiation on Alkali Halide Crystals (Special Issue on Physical, Chemical and Biological Effects of Gamma Radiation)
2433/54884 Ogino, Kazuhiko 1964/01/01 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 97 0563-8682 4 東南アジア研究 89 1 京都大学東南アジア研究センター The Estimation of the Standing Crop of the Forest in Northeastern Thailand
2433/209059 TANAKA, Kiyoki 2013/09/01 191 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 183 B43 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 31B05 Interpolation theorem for harmonic Bergman functions (Potential Theory and its Related Fields)
2433/214972 伊藤, 敦 2013/02/01 107 1348-4338 北海道大学数学講究録 : 代数幾何学シンポジウム : 記録 98 2012 Department of Mathematics, Hokkaido University セシャドリ定数と定義多項式の次数について
2433/147206 Hosokawa, Yoshihiro 2010/09/01 We propose a general procedure to determine the optimum imaging parameters (spring constant and oscillation amplitude) to obtain the optimum resolution in frequency modulation atomic force microscopy. We calculated the effective signal-to-noise ratio for various spring constants and oscillation amplitudes, based on the measurement of frequency shift and energy dissipation versus tip-sample distance curves, to find the optimum. We applied this procedure for imaging a lead phthalocyanine (PbPc) thin film on a MoS2(0001) substrate, and found that the optimum parameters were about 5 N/m and 20 nm, respectively. An improved signal-to-noise ratio was attained in a preliminary experiment using parameters which were close to the calculated optimum. 0034-6748 9 REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS http://link.aip.org/link/RSINAK/v81/i9/p093701/s1 81 AMER INST PHYSICS atomic force microscopy A procedure to determine the optimum imaging parameters for atomic/molecular resolution frequency modulation atomic force microscopy
2433/151093 Fujii, Toshiyuki 2011/11/01 Palladium complexation in concentrated nitric acid solutions was studied by UV/Vis absorption spectrophotometry. The ionic strength of the solutions was fixed to I = 1, 3, or 5 mol dm−3 (M) by mixing of HNO3 and HClO4. The major palladium species were found to be Pd2+, PdNO3 +, and Pd(NO3)2. The formation constant of PdNO3 + was determined to be β 1 = 1.32 (I = 1 M), 1.49 (I = 3 M), or 1.47 (I = 5 M), while that of Pd(NO3)2 to be β 2 = 0.45 (I = 3 M) or 0.14 (I = 5 M). 478 0236-5731 2 Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry 475 290 Akadémiai Kiadó co-published with Springer Science+Business Media B.V. Palladium Electronic absorption spectra of palladium(II) in concentrated nitric acid solutions
2433/76640 1976/02/28 597 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 563 53 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Abstracts of the Papers Published by the Staff Members of the Institute from July, 1974 to June, 1975
2433/47232 Howls, C.J. 2005/04/01 34 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 17 1424 京都大学数理解析研究所 When is a Stokes Line not a Stokes Line? : II. Examples involving differential equations (Recent Trends in Exponential Asymptotics)
2433/177038 Morii, Kei 2010/12/01 119 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 103 B22 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 46E35 Brezis-Wainger type inequalities in the Holder spaces with double logarithmic terms and their sharp constants (Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
2433/162162 Adachi, Masatoshi 1982/09/24 Kyoto University タングステンブロンズ型強誘電体結晶の作製と性質ならびにその薄膜化に関する研究 GROWTH AND PROPERTIES OF TUNGSTENBRONZE FERROELECTRIC CRYSTALS AND FILMS
2433/74921 Yamamoto, Katsuji 1982/03/23 Kyoto University SU(7)大統一理論 SU(7) Grand Unified Theory
2433/74966 Endo, Kazunaka 1973/07/23 Kyoto University ケミカルシフトに及ぼす重原子効果とNMRによる閉殻系-開殻系分子間の相互作用に関する研究 Studies on the Heavy Atom Effect on the Nuclear Shielding Constant and the Molecular Interaction between the Closed-and Open-Shell Molecules by NMR
2433/74852 Araki, Mitsuhiro 1971/09/23 Kyoto University 複合構造を持つ制御系の安定性について STABILITY OF COMPOSITE CONTROL SYSTEMS
2433/66197 SHAHJAHAN ALI, MD. 2008/09/24 Kyoto University Hydraulics 非定常RANSモデルの改良と水工学分野での実用的適用に関する研究 MODEL REFINEMENT OF UNSTEADY RANS AND ITS PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS IN THE FIELD OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING
2433/172227 Kim, C. W. 2012/05/01 This study is intended to investigate the feasibility of health monitoring of short span bridges based on modal parameter identification using the vibration data of the bridge induced by a moving vehicle. The idea of this study using the traffic-induced vibration of short span bridges which is a kind of non-stationary process is that the modal parameters identified repeatedly under a given moving vehicle provide a pattern which may provide useful information to decide current health condition of bridges. The autoregressive (AR) model is adopted for identifying modal parameters such as frequency and damping characteristics of the bridges. Mode shapes of bridges are obtained using multivariate AR model. Feasibility of the modal parameter identification for health monitoring of short span bridges is observed through a moving vehicle laboratory experiment. Pattern changes of identified parameters are observable by comparing the identification results between intact and damaged girders, which encourages the use of the method for long term health monitoring even for short span bridges. 472 1573-2479 5 Structure and Infrastructure Engineering 459 8 Taylor and Francis Group, LLC. bridge health monitoring Modal parameter identification of short span bridges under a moving vehicle by means of multivariate AR model
2433/49908 Wakabayashi, T 2002/04/08 6001 0021-9606 14 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 5996 http://link.aip.org/link/?jcp/116/5996 116 AMER INST PHYSICS Laser induced fluorescence spectra of the D (1)Sigma(+)(u)-> B ' (1)Sigma(+)(g) and C (1)Pi(g)-> A (1)Pi(u) systems of C-2 in solid Ne
2433/80688 YAMAUCHI, Yusuke 2007/04/01 76 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 58 1542 京都大学数理解析研究所 Existence and Nonexistence of the Global Solutions for a Reaction-Diffusion System(Mathematical Models of Phenomena and Evolution Equations)
2433/124957 OHYA, Fumio 1988/09/01 114 0454-7675 3 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 99 38 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Crustal Movements Related to the Earthquake on March 18, 1987 in Hyuganada
2433/141542 Kawashima, Shuichi 2010/06/01 83 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 71 1690 京都大学数理解析研究所 Stationary waves for viscous heat-conductive fluid in half space (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/86240 Matsumoto, Kiyoshi 1968/09/24 Kyoto University ピナコール転位に関する研究 Studies on the pinacol rearrangement
2433/26057 Sawada, Okihiro 2004/11/01 124 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 109 1401 京都大学数理解析研究所 THE NAVIER-STOKES EQUATIONS IN $\mathbb{R}^n$ WITH LINEARLY GROWING INITIAL DATA (Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
2433/98319 Hagiya, Masami 1984/02/01 273 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 259 511 京都大学数理解析研究所 Foundation of Logic Programming Based on Inductive Definition
2433/46928 Kitamura, Yoichi 1969/12/10 26 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 1 39 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Relation between the pressure effect and the structure of solvent molecule : pressure effects on the various alcoholic solutions of cobaltous chloride (II) and cobaltous bromide (II)
2433/77817 Osamura, Kozo 1970/11/24 Kyoto University ガリウムとV族元素との化合物およびインジウム・セレナイド化合物の調製と性質に関する研究 PREPARATION AND PROPERTIES OF THE CONPOUNDS OF GALLIUM WITH THE GROUP V ELEMENTS AND AN INDIUM-SELENIDE COMPOUND
2433/74899 Ishiwatari, Tsutomu 1981/01/23 Kyoto University 二三のイオン反応および過程に関する速度論的研究 KINETIC STUDY ON SOME IONIC REACTIONS AND PROCESSES
2433/59019 Suzuki, Masahiro 2007/02/01 45 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 37 1536 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic behavior and classical limit of the solutions to quantum hydrodynamic model for semiconductors(Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/76339 Matsumoto, Mutsuo 1970/12/19 184 0023-6071 4-5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 171 48 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Studies on the Coalescence of Liquid Droplets Part IV : The Coalescence of Mercury Droplets in Mixed Solvents
2433/75878 Nakakado, Takashi 1962/03/31 80 0023-6071 1-2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 67 40 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Effects of Gamma Radiation on Electric Characteristics of the Electronic Circuit Components. (I) (Special Issue on Physical, Chemical and Biological Effects of Gamma Radiation, III)
2433/198082 KARGINA, Tatjana 2012/08/01 151 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 137 B34 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 60C05 Multiplicative functions on $mathbb{Z}^n_+$ and the Ewens Sampling Formula (Functions in Number Theory and Their Probabilistic Aspects)
2433/173845 Shioi, Yukitake 2011/01/01 In Japan, conformity in the design of a bridge's superstructure and substructure has been realized by taking into account the correlation between the load and displacement of its foundation. This has enabled a rational seismic design to be achieved, but failure to take into account deformation of the foundation might invite a serious accident. The collapse of the Can Tho Bridge in Vietnam was caused by uneven settlement under the foundation of a bent supporting the concrete slab, which sank slightly during construction process due to the slab's step weights. In this paper, the author proposes a newly developed calculation method based on a revised Voigt Model for estimating the settlement of soft ground in the Mekong Delta. International Symposium on Backwards Problem in Geotechnical Engineering and Monitoring of Geo-Construction, Green Hall, Kensetsu-Koryu-kan, 2011/07/14-15 62 Proceeding of TC302 Symposium Osaka 2011 : International Symposium on Backwards Problem in Geotechnical Engineering and Monitoring of Geo-Construction 51 Importance of Taking Deformation of Substructure into Account for Bridge Design
2433/58366 GUO, JONG-SHENQ 2006/06/01 136 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 128 1498 京都大学数理解析研究所 UNIQUENESS OF ENTIRE SOLUTIONS FOR A REACTION-DIFFUSION EQUATION(Mechanism of temporal and spatial patterns in reaction-diffusion systems)
2433/85296 Ito, Takeo 2008/09/01 Radical species generated from the reactions of a basic amino acid, l-lysine (Lys), with hydroxyl radicals (OH) and sulfate radical anion (SO4-) have been detected by the method of pulse radiolysis. On the basis of electron transfer reactivities toward tetranitromethane (TNM), it was demonstrated that reducing carbon-centered radicals are generated as a result of hydrogen abstraction from CH2 of Lys with a G-value of 1.9 × 10−7 mol J−1. On the other hand, direct oxidation of l-Lys by SO4- formed a transient species with different spectroscopic properties, most likely, the ε-N-centered Lys radical. 120 0009-2614 1-3 Chemical Physics Letters 116 462 Elsevier B.V. Carbon- and nitrogen-centered radicals produced from l-lysine by radiation-induced oxidation: A pulse radiolysis study
2433/85297 Morimoto, Shota 2008/08/20 The reactions of hydroxyl radical (OH) with guanidine, 1, 1-dimethylguanidine, and 1-ethylguanidine have been investigated by the method of pulse radiolysis. The characteristic absorption observed in the OH reaction with guanidine under basic conditions was assigned to a nitrogen-centered radical. On the other hand, reducing carbon-centered radicals were generated in the OH reaction with 1, 1-dimethylguanidine and 1-ethylguanidine over a pH range of 7–13, which may suggest that the primarily formed nitrogen-centered radicals at a high pH are converted into carbon-centered radicals by hydrogen atom shift. Similar transient species were also observed in the reaction of sulfate radical anion with the guanidine derivatives. 304 0009-2614 4-6 Chemical Physics Letters 300 461 Elsevier B.V. A pulse radiolysis study on the reactions of hydroxyl radical and sulfate radical anion with guanidine derivatives in aqueous solution
2433/53415 MASUDA, Minoru 1972/01/31 It is proved that the coefficients BH and Dij of the fundamental equations of the layered orthotropic shells can be calculated from the measured moduli of elasticity (E_, E_,…) and (E_, E_,…), respectively, according to the procedure shown in (3-17) and (3-18). And this is better than the calculation using the elastic constants of veneers, because the former include the effects of the adhesion and the pressing. It is very difficult to solve precisely the fundamental equations when the axes of elastic symmetry do not coincide with those of coordinates (B_<16>≠0, B_<26>≠0, D_<16>≠0 or D_<26>≠0). The authers attempted to solve them by the application of the finite difference method and succeeded in solving them with good accuracy of the approximation. The application to the layered orthotropic shells is more complicated than that to the isotropic shells, so the unique techniques were needed. The characteristics of the layered orthotropic shallow shells with roller-supported edges were made clear by this numerical analysis, that is to say, the influence of the following problems were analysed, and the results are shown in the figures and the tables; 1) the curvature, 2) the shape of the shells (H. P., Cyl., E. P.), 3) ratio of the side lengths, 4) the moduli of elasticity, 5) the direction of the elastic principal axis, 6) uniform pressure and a concentrated load. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 71 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 44 52 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Studies on the Mechanical Characteristics of the Orthotropic Plywood Shallow Shells (I) : Numerical Analysis
2433/42733 Kamide, Norihiro 2003/01/01 156 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 139 1301 京都大学数理解析研究所 Intuitionistic Linear Logics with Communication Principle (Sequent Calculi and Proof Theory)
2433/81818 AOKI, Ken-Ichi 2008/05/01 20 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1600 京都大学数理解析研究所 Block Decimation Renormalization Group and Finite Range Scaling Method to Analyze Infinitely Long Range Interacting 1-Dimensional Systems (Applications of Renormalization Group Methods in Mathematical Sciences)
2433/49873 Kim, Hyeon-Deuk 2005/04/01 1063-651X 4 PHYSICAL REVIEW E http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRE/v71/p041203 71 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Two-dimensional nonlinear nonequilibrium kinetic theory under steady heat conduction
2433/174306 Yokota, Hiroaki 2013/02/19 Superfamily I helicases are nonhexameric helicases responsible for the unwinding of nucleic acids. However, whether they unwind DNA in the form of monomers or oligomers remains a controversy. In this study, we addressed this question using direct single-molecule fluorescence visualization of Escherichia coli UvrD, a superfamily I DNA helicase. We performed a photobleaching-step analysis of dye-labeled helicases and determined that the helicase is bound to 18-basepair (bp) double-stranded DNA (dsDNA) with a 3' single-stranded DNA (ssDNA) tail (12, 20, or 40 nt) in a dimeric or trimeric form in the absence of ATP. We also discovered through simultaneous visualization of association/dissociation of the helicase with/from DNA and the DNA unwinding dynamics of the helicase in the presence of ATP that these dimeric and trimeric forms are responsible for the unwinding of DNA. We can therefore propose a new kinetic scheme for the helicase-DNA interaction in which not only a dimeric helicase but also a trimeric helicase can unwind DNA. This is, to our knowledge, the first direct single-molecule nonhexameric helicase quantification study, and it strongly supports a model in which an oligomer is the active form of the helicase, which carries important implications for the DNA unwinding mechanism of all superfamily I helicases. 933 0006-3495 4 Biophysical journal 924 104 Elsevier Inc. Single-molecule imaging of the oligomer formation of the nonhexameric Escherichia coli UvrD helicase
2433/47462 Efendiev, M. 2005/06/01 65 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 45 1436 京都大学数理解析研究所 EXPONENTIAL ATTRACTORS FOR EVOLUTION EQUATIONS (Evolution Equations and Asymptotic Analysis of Solutions)
2433/216694 Fukuma, Masafumi 2016/05/01 The worldvolume theory of membranes is mathematically equivalent to 3D quantum gravity coupled to matter fields corresponding to the target space coordinates of an embedded membrane. In a recent paper [M. Fukuma et al., J. High Energy Phys. 1507, 088 (2015) [arXiv:1503.08812 [hep-th]]], a new class of models that generate 3D random volumes was introduced, where the Boltzmann weight of each configuration is given by the product of values assigned to the triangles and the hinges. These triangle–hinge models describe 3D pure gravity and are characterized by semisimple associative algebras. In this paper, we introduce matter degrees of freedom to the models by coloring simplices in such a way that they have local interactions. This is achieved simply by extending the associative algebras of the original triangle–hinge models, and the profile of the matter field is specified by the set of colors and the form of the interactions. The dynamics of a membrane in DD-dimensional spacetime can then be described by taking the set of colors to be RDRD. By taking another set of colors, we can also realize 3D quantum gravity coupled to various spin models such as the Ising model. 3D colored tensor models can also be realized as triangle–hinge models by coloring tetrahedra, triangles, and edges at one time. 2050-3911 5 Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics 2016 Oxford University Press (OUP) Matter fields in triangle–hinge models
2433/128930 Maruyama, Yoshihiro 2010/03/01 This paper explores relationships between many-valued logic and fuzzy topology from the viewpoint of duality theory. We first show a fuzzy topological duality for the algebras of Łukasiewicz n-valued logic with truth constants, which generalizes Stone duality for Boolean algebras to the n-valued case via fuzzy topology. Then, based on this duality, we show a fuzzy topological duality for the algebras of modal Łukasiewicz n-valued logic with truth constants, which generalizes Jónsson-Tarski duality for modal algebras to the n-valued case via fuzzy topology. We emphasize that fuzzy topological spaces naturally arise as spectrums of algebras of many-valued logics. 269 0039-3215 2 Studia Logica 245 94 Springer Science+Business Media B.V. fuzzy topology Fuzzy Topology and Łukasiewicz Logics from the Viewpoint of Duality Theory
2433/174157 Kato, Tsuyoshi 2011/03/01 In this paper we introduce a new comparison method to give rough asymptotic estimates of different evolutional dynamics. It uses a kind of scale transform called tropical geometry, which connects automata with real rational dynamics. By this procedure the defining equations are transformed rather than solutions themselves. Real rational dynamics is regarded as an approximation of evolutional dynamics given by partial differential equations (PDEs). Two different evolutional dynamics can be considered when their defining equations are transformed to the same automata at infinity. 82 1385-0172 1 Mathematical Physics, Analysis and Geometry 39 14 Springer Netherlands Large scale geometry An Asymptotic Comparison of Differentiable Dynamics and Tropical Geometry
2433/93448 HARADA, EIJI 2008/01/01 In a beach morphological process, such as a formation of a sand bar and a beach cusp, sediment sorting plays an important role. To describe a mechanism of sediment sorting directly, the movable bed simulator, which is a granular material model based on the distinct element method is used. In this paper, a hydraulic experiment using an oscillatory water tunnel is conducted to track motion of sediment particles under vertical sorting in sheetflow regime. The three-dimensional movable bed simulator is driven to track detailed motion of individual sediment particles numerically. Performance of the movable bed simulator as a tool of computational dynamics is shown by comparing simulated physical properties, such as series of instantaneous images, velocity profile and number-density distribution of sediment particles, with the result of the experiment. 45 0578-5634 1 Coastal Engineering Journal 19 50 World Scientific Publishing Company Graded sediment COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS OF VERTICAL SORTING OF SEDIMENT IN SHEETFLOW REGIME BY 3D GRANULAR MATERIAL MODEL
2433/154574 Odaka, Yuji 2012/03/01 We give a purely algebro–geometric proof that if the α-invariant of a Q-Fano variety X is greater than dim X/(dim X+1), then(X, OX(-KX))is K-stable. The key of our proof is a relation among the Seshadri constants, the α-invariant and K-stability. It also gives applications concerning the automorphism group. 2834 0001-8708 5 Advances in Mathematics 2818 229 Elsevier Inc. Alpha-invariant Alpha invariant and K-stability of Q-Fano varieties
2433/82640 OKABE, Yasuo 1992/06/01 275 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 269 790 京都大学数理解析研究所 Logspace Bounded Alternation and Logical Query Programs
2433/47223 Ichinobe, Kunio 2005/04/01 155 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 142 1424 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the Structure of integral kernel for the Borel sum (Recent Trends in Exponential Asymptotics)
2433/46930 Sasaki, Muneo 1969/12/10 56 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 40 39 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Kinetic studies on fast reactions in solution VII : the kinetic studies on the reactions of p-benzoquinone and its derivatives with alkoxy ions
2433/39772 Enami, S 2006/10/07 0021-9606 13 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS http://link.aip.org/link/?jcp/125/133116 125 AMER INST PHYSICS Direct observation and reactions of Cl-3 radical
2433/39878 Yuge, K 2005/11/01 1098-0121 17 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v72/p174201 72 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC First-principles study of the effect of lattice vibrations on Cu nucleation free energy in Fe-Cu alloys
2433/123395 Kirillov, Anatol N. 2010/04/01 We give a model of the coinvariant algebra of the complex reflection groups as a subalgebra of a braided Hopf algebra called Nichols–Woronowicz algebra. 409 0022-4049 4 Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra 402 214 Elsevier Braided Hopf algebra Nichols–Woronowicz model of coinvariant algebra of complex reflection groups
2433/84559 Tanaka, Yoshinori 2008/05/01 Photonic crystal nanocavities are expected to make great contributions in areas of physics and engineering such as the slowing and stopping of light and optical quantum information processing. We first review approaches to the goal of increasing the quality factor of two-dimensional photonic crystal nanocavities. Losses from a cavity can be suppressed, with a consequent increase of the quality factor, by containing the electromagnetic field in the form of a Gaussian envelope function. We then propose a new method of analytical cavity design, based on the detailed investigation of waveguide modes, in order to realize Gaussian cavity mode fields. This has enabled us to achieve a quality factor of while maintaining a cavity volume of one cubic wavelength. 1539 0733-8724 9-12 JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY 1532 26 IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC analytic continuation Design of photonic crystal nanocavity with Q-factor of similar to 10(9)
2433/216666 Morisaki, Yasuhiro 2016/08/01 Phosphine is conformationally stable because of the high inversion energy barrier of the phosphorus atom, which allows the phosphorus atom to become a chiral center. Thus, enantiopure P-stereogenic 12-, 15-, 18-, and 21-membered aliphatic phosphines “diphosphacrowns” were synthesized from secondary P-stereogenic bisphosphine as a chiral building block. Their complexation behaviors with alkali metal ions are investigated in comparison with benzo-18-diphosphacrown-6 and benzo-18-crown-6. 15-, 18-, and 21-Membered diphosphacrowns captured alkali metal ions to form 1:1 metal complexes. Unique guest selectivity was observed, as diphosphacrowns encapsulated smaller alkali metal ions than common crown ethers; for example, 18-membered diphosphacrowns interacted more strongly with Na+ than K+. The difference in guest selectivity between diphosphacrowns and common crown ethers is speculated to result from the cavity size, owing to the large phosphorus atom as well as steric hindrance around the phosphine moiety. 330 2191-1363 4 ChemistryOpen 325 5 Wiley-VCH Verlag alkali metlas Synthesis and Alkali-Metal-Ion Complexation of P-Stereogenic Diphosphacrowns
2433/141828 Ishido, Yumiko 2011/05/01 This paper is concerned with the stability analysis of a networked control system, wherein communication from the controller to the plant input is through a digital channel subject to packet-dropouts and finite-level quantization. No acknowledgments of receipt are available to the controller. To alleviate the effect of packet-dropouts, the controller transmits tentative plant input sequences. Within this setup, we derive a sufficient condition for small ℓ∞ signal ℓ∞ stability of the networked control system. This condition requires the maximum number of consecutive packet-dropouts to be bounded. We also elucidate the trade-off which exists between the disturbance attenuation and the step size of the quantizer and the maximum number of consecutive packet-dropouts. 332 0167-6911 5 Systems & Control Letters 325 60 Elsevier B.V. Networked control systems Stability analysis of networked control systems subject to packet-dropouts and finite-level quantization
2433/63797 Nakai, Eiichi 2000/04/01 70 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 61 1137 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON GENERALIZED FRACTIONAL INTEGRALS (Analytic Function Spaces and Operators on these Spaces)
2433/64205 Okada, Yasunori 2000/06/01 134 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 127 1159 京都大学数理解析研究所 On a class of convolution systems in one variable (Microlocal Analysis and PDE in the Complex Domain)
2433/64347 Kudlek, Manfred 2000/08/01 137 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 131 1166 京都大学数理解析研究所 Iteration Lemmata for Normed Semirings (Algebraic Systems, Formal Languages and Computations)
2433/76427 Kawazu, Kazuyoshi 1972/09/30 167 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 160 50 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Piscicidal Constituents of Calophyllum Inophyllum (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Minoru Ohno On the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/46887 Osugi, Jiro 1967/04/30 110 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 100 36 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The effect of pressure on the rate of the benzidine rearrangement : II. O, o'-hydrazotoluene
2433/46943 Nakahara, Masaru 1970/12/20 20 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 12 40 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Ionic solutions under high pressures II : pressure and temperature effects on the dissociation of the Co(NH3)6 3+ ・SO4 2- ion-pair
2433/46974 Shinoda, Daizaburo 1973/04/30 102 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 94 42 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Physico-chemical studies of platinum-silicon interfaces
2433/76368 Ichii, Makoto 1971/09/30 121 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 114 49 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Friedel-Crafts Aralkylation I: Kinetics of the AlCl₃•CH₃NO₂-Catalyzed Phenethylation of Benzene and Toluene in Nitromethane
2433/61963 LI, ZHIBIN 1998/04/01 222 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 218 1038 京都大学数理解析研究所 Analytical Solitary Wave Solutions for the Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation Coupled to the Korteweg-de Vries Equation
2433/46796 Monobe, Kazuo 1960/12/30 154 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 145 30 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on the electrochemical properties of copolymers of maleic acid, II : potentiometric titration at high ionic strength
2433/77383 Inoue, Hideo 1991/09/14 100 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 92 69 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Structural Kinetics : Temperature-Jump Synchrotron Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering Study of Tobacco Mosaic Virus Protein as an Example (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Ken-ichi Katayama On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/46668 Kiyama, Ryo 1951/01/01 57 0034-6675 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 50 21 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The state diagram and the critical constants of amylene
2433/46567 Iijima, Shun-ichiro 1940/08/31 78 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 68 14 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The adsorption of ethylene on reduced nickel
2433/46702 Yanagimoto, Takao 1954/09/10 8 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 1 24 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The transformation of ammonium thiocyanate into thiourea under high pressures
2433/25189 Ei, Shin-Ichiro 2004/02/01 115 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 108 1356 京都大学数理解析研究所 2次元帯状領域におけるパターンの運動 (反応拡散系におけるパターン形成と漸近的幾何構造の研究)
2433/41100 Ninomiya, Hirokazu 2001/05/01 7 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1210 京都大学数理解析研究所 A reaction-diffusion system approximation (Free Boundary Problems)
2433/75978 1964/02/25 269 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 264 41 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 1963 : Physical Chemistry
2433/59598 MORIMOTO, Hiroko 1995/06/01 47 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 40 914 京都大学数理解析研究所 Perturbation of the Navier-Stokes flow in an annular domain with the non-vanishing outflow condition(Mathematical Analysis of Phenomena in fluid and Plasma Dynamics)
2433/59993 TORII, Makoto 1995/12/01 43 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 35 933 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Solution of Toda Equation and Dimensional Functions
2433/84353 Fujimura, K. 1994/10/01 25 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 16 888 京都大学数理解析研究所 Degenerate Bifurcation in Stably Stratified Plane Poiseuille Flow(Mathematical Fluid Mechanics and Modeling)
2433/83299 LU, Zhengyi 1993/03/01 11 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 827 京都大学数理解析研究所 PERMANENCE AND GLOBAL STABILITY FOR DIFFUSION SYSTEMS(Mathematical Topics in Biology)
2433/75970 Sakurada, Ichiro 1963/10/10 189 0023-6071 2-4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 179 41 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Estimation of Molecular Weight Distribution of Polystyrene Standard Samples by Diffusion Method
2433/93079 Inagaki, Shogo 1988/05/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 95 0527-2997 2 物性研究 86 50 物性研究刊行会 DYNAMICAL EVOLUTIONOF SELF-GRAVITATING SYSTEMS
2433/96976 Proykova, Ana 2001/04/20 我々はSF_6分子クラスターにおける2種の固体構造(bcc配位の無秩序相と歪んだ単斜配位の秩序相)の"熱的な"共存が、TeF_6分子クラスターに比べて、計算機実験において観測に掛りづらい原因を解析した。本稿では、遷移"温度"近傍のエネルギー一定のMDトラジェクトリーを継続的にconjugate gradient法を用いて徐冷することで、(SF_6)_<89>クラスターの場合(ポテンシャルエネルギー面上で鞍点を介して)相互に繋がっている極小エネルギー構造間の相対エネルギーは、完全な配位秩序相に相当する最安定エネルギー構造を除いて、ほぼ同じであること;(SF_6)_<89>クラスターでは部分的に秩序を持った構造が占める相空間体積の割合が"秩序-無秩序相の共存がシュミレーションにおいて容易に達成される"(TeF_6)_<89>クラスターに比べて小さいこと;SF_6とTeF_6分子は同じ対称性を持ち、かつ同じ原子間相互作用ポテンシャル関数で記述されているが、ポテンシャルエネルギー面のtopographyは、「系のダイナミックスを大きく左右する」局所安定点-鞍点-(別の)局所安定点(minimum-saddle-minimum)のエネルギー比において、顕著に異なっており、この違いが「TeF_6は(SF_6に比べて)部分秩序相により長く滞在し、共存相が観測される温度領域において高いエネルギーの局所安定点群と部分秩序相を有意に分離させている」原因となっていること、を示す。 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 66 0727-2997 1 物性研究 62 76 物性研究刊行会 温度"駆動"の相転移ダイナミックス(複雑な多谷ポテンシャルエネルギー面上で生起する動力学的諸問題-力学的決定性と統計性の中間領域を探る(第1回)-,研究会報告) Dynamics of Temperature Driven Phase Transitions
2433/131810 SUZUKI, Yoshikazu 2010/09/01 Porous ceramics based on refractory double oxides are promising for the next-generation diesel particulate filter (DPF) materials. Similarly to aluminum titanate (Al2TiO5), MgTi2O5 has a pseudobrookite-type crystal structure with low thermal expansion coefficients among oxides. Since MgTi2O5 has higher stability of pseudobrookite phase than Al2TiO5, it is expected that MgTi2O5-based materials are suitable for the next-generation DPF materials. In this study, porous MgTi2O5/MgTiO3 composites have been prepared by in situ processing (viz. reactive sintering) at 1000–1200°C. Porous MgTi2O5/MgTiO3 composites with very narrow pore-size distribution at the diameter of ∼1 µm were obtained by the pyrolytic reactive sintering at 1000–1100°C. Internal pore-structure was characterized by mercury intrusion–extrusion porosimetry. 822 1882-0743 1381 Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan 819 118 The Ceramic Society of Japan MgTi2O5 Porous MgTi2O5/MgTiO3 composites with narrow pore-size distribution: in situ processing and pore structure analysis
2433/124847 TSUKAMOTO, Osamu 1974/12/01 293 0454-7675 4 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 281 24 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Application of NIFTI Method for Field Measurement of Turbulent Fluxes
2433/140517 Usami, Hiroyuki 2009/04/01 106 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 100 1637 京都大学数理解析研究所 臨界的な場合における準線型常微分方程式の緩減衰解の漸近形 (関数方程式のダイナミクスと数理モデル) Asymptotic forms of slowly decaying solutions of quasilinear ordinary differential equations with critical exponents (Dynamics of Functional Equations and Mathematical Models)
2433/186569 Yamaguchi, Yoshiaki 1970/12/20 180 0454-7810 2 Memoirs of the Faculty of Science, Kyoto University. Series of geology and mineralogy 173 37 京都大学理学部 Clinoenstatite as an Exsolution Phase in Diopside
2433/195533 石川, 秀明 2014/01/01 160 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 150 1874 京都大学数理解析研究所 On some properties of Dirichlet series on a domain where it is divergent (Analytic Number Theory : Number Theory through Approximation and Asymptotics)
2433/172850 Aiki, Toyohiko 2012/05/01 107 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 99 1792 京都大学数理解析研究所 Mathematical modeling of concrete carbonation process with hysteresis effect (Analysis on non-equilibria and nonlinear phenomena : from the evolution equations point of view)
2433/47243 Ei, Shin-Ichiro 2005/04/01 129 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 122 1425 京都大学数理解析研究所 Dynamics of Turing patterns in cylindrical domains on 2D (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/76933 Sugimoto, Naoki 1981/07/15 71 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 63 59 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Influence of Pressure on Primary Kinetic Isotope Effects of the Proton-Transfer Reaction between 4-Nitrophenyl-nitromethane and 1, 1', 3, 3'-Tetramethylguanidine in Toluene and Dichloromethane (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Yoshimasa Takezaki on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/47325 Leoni, Fabiana 2005/04/01 35 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 28 1428 京都大学数理解析研究所 Local estimates and Maximum Principle for fully nonlinear equations in unbounded domains (Viscosity Solution Theory of Differential Equations and its Developments)
2433/60107 Elaydi, Saber 1996/02/01 46 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 35 940 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic Stability versus Exponential Stability in Linear Volterra Difference Equations of Convolution Type(The Functional and Algebraic Method for Differential Equations)
2433/58157 ZHU, XIAOHUA 2006/05/01 184 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 175 1487 京都大学数理解析研究所 A MEAN VALUE INEQUALITY FOR PLURISUBHARMONIC FUNCTIONS ON A COMPACT KAHLER MANIFOLD(Analytic Geometry of the Bergman Kernel and Related Topics)
2433/47012 Sasaki, Muneo 1975/11/20 52 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 45 45 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Kinetic study of the intermediate in the reaction between picryl chloride and sodium sulphite in aqueous solution
2433/77166 Sasaki, Yoshihiro 1986/12/06 149 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 140 64 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 2, 6-Diacetylpyridine Bis (benzoyl hydrazone) and 2, 6-Diacetylpyridine Bis (2-hydroxybenzoyl hydrazone) as Spectrophotometric Reagents for Determinations of Iron (III) and Vanadium (V) (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Toshio TAKADA On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/46754 Kiyama, Ryo 1958/03/31 67 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 59 27 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on the reaction of acetylene under pressure in the presence of copper
2433/141923 SUZUKI, Yoshikazu 2010/12/01 Porous ceramics based on refractory double oxides are promising for light-weight structural components and high-temperature filter materials. In this study, porous MgTi2O5 ceramics with pseudobrookite-type structure have been prepared by in situ processing (viz. reactive sintering). High-temperature XRD revealed the in situ reaction behavior of the mixed powder, and indicated suitable sintering temperatures to obtain single phase MgTi2O5 (²1000°C). Uniformly porous MgTi2O5 ceramics with very narrow pore-size distribution at the diameter of ³1 μm were obtained by the pyrolytic reactive sintering at 10001200° C, where decomposed CO2 gas from a carbonate source acted as an intrinsic pore forming agent. Thermal expansion behavior of bulk porous MgTi2O5 (porosity: 42%) is also discussed. 1216 1882-0743 12 Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan 1212 118 The Ceramic Society of Japan MgTi2O5 Uniformly porous MgTi2O5 with narrow pore-size distribution: in situ processing, microstructure and thermal expansion behavior
2433/170556 Nishibata, Shinya 2011/02/01 154 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 147 1730 京都大学数理解析研究所 Existence and stability of boundary layers to the Euler-Poisson equation arising in plasma physics (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/63779 高橋, 泰嗣 2000/04/01 95 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 90 1136 京都大学数理解析研究所 Hlawka type inequalities in Banach spaces (Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/63660 Hanada, Takao 2000/02/01 37 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 29 1129 京都大学数理解析研究所 Numerical Analysis of Eguchi-Oki-Matsumura Model : for Phase Separation (Computation mechanics and domain decomposition methods)
2433/76506 Shigematsu, Tsunenobu 1974/01/28 272 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 268 51 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Liquid Membrane Electrodes Responsive to Such Organic Anions as Antiseptics and Artificial Sweetenings
2433/76634 Fujino, Osamu 1976/01/20 470 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 464 53 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Coprecipitation of Cadmium with Hydrosyapatite
2433/76483 Tanaka, Nobuyuki 1973/08/06 80 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 73 51 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Thermal Shrinkage of Polypropylene Fibers in Toluene by Partial Melting and Growth of Crystalline Regions (Special Issue on Polymer Chemistry X)
2433/26094 Kozono, Hideo 2004/11/01 72 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 66 1405 京都大学数理解析研究所 Upper bound of the best constant of the Trudinger-Moser inequality and its application to the Gagliardo-Nirenberg inequality (Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/26052 Kozono, Hideo 2004/11/01 47 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 41 1401 京都大学数理解析研究所 Upper bound of the best constant of the Trudinger-Moser inequality and its application to the Gagliardo-Nirenberg inequality (Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
2433/46893 Kubota, Hironobu 1967/11/30 31 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 25 37 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on the kinetics of the gas-phase addition reaction of HI to butadiene I
2433/76918 1981/01/31 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 58 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Cover & Contents
2433/46819 Ozawa, Kyoichi 1962/02/28 100 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 94 31 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan A theoretical study on the possibility of occurence of damped oscilations in first order enzyme reaction systems with dissociable modifiers
2433/75345 Taketa, Akira 1953/07/30 266 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 260 31 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Kinetical Study on the Reactivity of Organo-Silicon Compounds. (I) : The Cleavage Rate of Si-H Bond of Triethylsilane by HC1
2433/61217 Enomoto, Kazuyuki 1997/05/01 79 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 75 995 京都大学数理解析研究所 Surfaces of Finite Total Curvature
2433/61743 NAGAI, Toshitaka 1998/02/01 80 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 75 1025 京都大学数理解析研究所 Keller-Segel System and the Concentration Lemma(Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/77441 Fukuda, Takeshi 1992/09/30 235 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 229 70 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Prediction of Specific Volume and Refractive Index of Nondilute Polymer Solutions (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Hisashi Odani On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/42690 Goebel, Kazimierz 2002/12/01 140 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 135 1298 京都大学数理解析研究所 A PROBLEM CONCERNING MAPPINGS WITH CONSTANT DISPLACEMENT (Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/50484 Tsuchiizu, M 2002/12/15 1098-0121 24 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v66/p245106 66 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Generalized two-leg Hubbard ladder at half filling: Phase diagram and quantum criticalities
2433/42269 吉元, 昌己 2002/07/01 246 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 239 1274 京都大学数理解析研究所 Madelung constants and Epstein zeta functions (New Aspects of Analytic Number Theory)
2433/24277 Hayashi, Chihiro 2000/03/03 The summaries of papers of International Conference on Microwaves, Circuit Theory and Information Theory, September 7-11, 1964, Tokyo, Japan, Part 2, Circuit Theory, p.107-108 110 109 京都大学大学院工学研究科電気工学専攻 FORCED NEGATIVE-RESISTANCE OSCILLATOR
2433/81326 Ooura, Takura 2007/11/01 21 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 13 1573 京都大学数理解析研究所 An IMT-type Quadrature Formula with the Same Asymptotic Performance as the DE Formula(Mathematical Sciences for Large Scale Numerical Simulations)
2433/81734 Lee, Sungrim Seirin 2008/05/01 166 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 162 1597 京都大学数理解析研究所 Analysis of the Dynamics of Coral Diseases 'Band Syndromes' : Approach to Mathematical Model (Theory of Biomathematics and its Applications IV)
2433/194627 水口, 洋康 2012/12/01 110 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 103 1819 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Zbaganu constant of absolute normalized spaces (Mathematical Studies on Independence and Dependence Structure : A Functional Analytic Point of View)
2433/178605 HANDA, Schun 1971/12/01 Simultaneous measurements of electric and magnetic components of natural ELF electromagnetic noises were made. Damping coefficients of Q-type bursts were estimated from their waveforms for the fundamental mode of Schumann resonances. It is found that the damping coefficient of the bursts of NS propagation component is larger by 29% on the average than that of EW propagation component, mean values being 6.27, and 4.87 sec^-1 respectively, while the electric vertical component has the value of 4.96 sec^-1 The attenuation constant, and the Q factor of the earth-ionosphere cavity were discussed based on these values of damping coefficients, comparing with the values obtained by the previous investigation. 15 Contributions of the Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University 11 11 Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University DAMPING COEFFICIENTS OF Q-TYPE BURSTS IN THE SCHUMANN RESONANCE FREQUENCY RANGE
2433/47252 Murakami, Masakatsu 2005/04/01 97 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 94 1425 京都大学数理解析研究所 エネルギー散逸を伴う遷音速流に対する二次元固有値問題 (流体と気体の数学解析)
2433/47242 Iguchi, Tatsuo 2005/04/01 20 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1425 京都大学数理解析研究所 A long wave approximation for capillary-gravity waves and an effect of the bottom (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/76995 Torii, Hideo 1982/08/31 60 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 55 60 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Effect of pH on the Polarographic Behavior of Pb (II) in the Presence of Acetates (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Takuji Yanabu on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/58310 Makino, Tetu 2006/05/01 111 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 103 1495 京都大学数理解析研究所 Remarks on Quasi-linear Wave Equations Related to Gas Dynamics(Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics : A conference in honor of Professor Tai-Ping Liu on his 60th Birthday)
2433/46954 Moriyoshi, Takashi 1971/10/15 121 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 102 40 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Effects of pressure on organic reactions IV : the base-catalyzed decomposition of diacetone alcohol in aqueous ethanol mixtures
2433/75745 Fukuda, Kuniya 1959/12/25 326 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 321 37 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Optical Absorption Bands in γ-Ray Irradiated LiF Crystals (Special Issue on Physical, Chemical and Biological Effects of Gamma Radiation)
2433/170558 Hashimoto, Itsuko 2011/02/01 137 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 117 1730 京都大学数理解析研究所 Weighted energy estimates for viscous conservation law with non-convex flux and its applications (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/171119 Wong, James S. W. 2011/07/01 7 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1750 京都大学数理解析研究所 Remarks on a paper of Zhang and Sun (Mathematical Analysis and Functional Equations from New Points of View)
2433/74655 Ema, Tadashi 1994/05/23 Kyoto University 修飾ポルフィリンを用いる分子認識の物理化学的研究 Physicochemical Studies of Molecular Recognition Using Functionalized Porphyrins
2433/138451 羅, 東民 1991/03/23 京都大学 炭化水素類の大気汚染物質としての評価に関する研究
2433/199101 Nozaki, Masahiro 2015/03/23 Kyoto University 量子もつれ 局所演算子の生成する量子もつれ Quantum Entanglement of Local Operators
2433/198569 Kato, Tsuyoshi 2012/10/10 In this paper we develop a dynamical scaling limit from rational dynamics to automata in tropical geometry. We compare these dynamics and induce uniform estimates of their orbits. We apply these estimates to introduce a comparison analysis of theory of automata groups in geometric group theory with analysis of rational dynamics and some hyperbolic PDE systems. Frameworks of characteristic properties of automata groups are inherited to the corresponding rational or PDE dynamics. As an application we study the Burnside problem in group theory and translate the property as the infinite quasi-recursiveness in rational dynamics. 987 1050-6926 2 The Journal of Geometric Analysis 901 24 Springer US Automata groups Automata in Groups and Dynamics and Induced Systems of PDE in Tropical Geometry
2433/50101 Ishida, M 2004/02/08 2605 0021-9606 6 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 2593 http://link.aip.org/link/?jcp/120/2593 120 AMER INST PHYSICS Analytical energy gradient of the symmetry-adapted-cluster configuration-interaction general-R method for singlet to septet ground and excited states
2433/50092 Oh, JS 2005/11/15 0021-8979 10 JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS http://link.aip.org/link/?jap/98/103302 98 AMER INST PHYSICS Production efficiencies of Kr-*(1s(5),1s(4)) atoms leading to vacuum-ultraviolet emissions in ac plasma display panels with Kr-Ne binary mixtures measured by laser-absorption spectroscopy
2433/84557 Fujita, Masayuki 2008/07/01 We have introduced a photonic crystal into a single-crystal silicon slab in order to manipulate the light emission. When the lattice constant of a defect-free photonic crystal matches the wavelength of light in the medium, the light emitted from the silicon is resonantly extracted at the photonic band edge within the escape light cone. When the lattice constant is larger than the wavelength, Brillouin zone folding of the photonic band also allows the light to be extracted; we achieved an intensity that was enhanced by a factor of ~ 20 due to the diffraction of internal light into the light cone. We have also created a point defect in photonic crystals with smaller lattice constants that functions as a nanocavity and strongly interacts with the silicon emitter. Four cavity modes were observed, with different Q -factors and emission patterns. The mode orders were assigned using the resonant wavelengths and polarizations. The observed emission at room temperature was enhanced by a factor of ~ 30 in comparison to that of an unprocessed area of silicon-on-insulator. Our study demonstrates that employing a photonic crystal nanocavity in silicon can greatly improve the light extraction efficiency, the characteristics of the radiation pattern, and the internal quantum efficiency. 1097 1077-260X 4 IEEE JOURNAL OF SELECTED TOPICS IN QUANTUM ELECTRONICS 1090 14 IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC light emission Light emission from silicon in photonic crystal nanocavity
2433/187269 Asano, Takashi 2014/03/07 The thermal emission from two guided modes in two-dimensional periodic structures is investigated using first-principles calculations. We use a model that integrates a quantum mechanical analysis of light-matter interactions and a classical connection condition that describes the coupling between light modes inside and outside the structure. We focus on what happens when two guided modes share common radiation modes where their thermal emission overlaps in frequency, solid angle, and polarization in free space. It is shown that we have to take into account the fact that the reaction of the radiation from one guided mode works not only on that guided mode but also on the other guided mode, in order to calculate the emissivity from two overlapping guided modes accurately. Emissivity spectra peculiar to the two-guided mode cases are shown. The condition to maximize the light-matter interaction with respect to thermal emission in the case with two guided modes is also discussed. 1050-2947 3 Physical Review A 89 American Physical Society Analysis of emissivity and absorptivity of two overlapping guided modes in two-dimensional periodic structures
2433/102267 Kishida, Kyosuke 2010/02/01 The deformation behavior of Ti5Si3 single crystals with the hexagonal D88 structure has been investigated in compression as a function of crystal orientation in a temperature range from 1200 to 1500°C. Three different types of deformation modes: {1¯100}[0001] prismatic slip, {2¯1¯12}1/3<2¯1¯1¯3> pyramidal slip and {2¯1¯18}<8¯4¯4¯3> twinning were identified for the first time as being operative in Ti5Si3 at temperatures above 1300°C, depending on the loading axis orientation. The critical resolved shear stresses (CRSS) decrease steeply with increasing temperature for all deformation modes. The values of the CRSS for {1¯100}[0001] prismatic slip are considerably lower than those for {2¯1¯12}1/3<2¯1¯1¯3> pyramidal slip, but are comparable to those for {2¯1¯18}<8¯4¯4¯3> twinning. The favored deformation modes are discussed on the basis of anisotropic elasticity theory of dislocations. 857 1359-6454 3 Acta Materialia 846 58 Elsevier Deformation behavior Plastic deformation of single crystals of Ti5Si3 with the hexagonal D88 structure
2433/215129 Biwa, Shiro 2015/01/01 A computational method for analyzing the two-dimensional multiple scattering of elastic waves in unidirectional fiber-reinforced media, consisting of elastic cylindrical fibers arranged in an infinitely extended elastic matrix, is presented. The method is based on the eigenfunction expansion of the displacement potentials and the numerical collocation technique to obtain the expansion coefficients. In the present study, the formulation is extended to incorporate the presence of a coating layer between the fibers and the matrix. As an example, the transmission characteristics of longitudinal as well as transverse waves in a unidirectional composite with square array of fibers are analyzed, and the phase velocities in the composite are evaluated. The effect of the coating layer on the wave transmission and stop-band formation behavior is also demonstrated. Proceedings of the 2015 ICU International Congress on Ultrasonics, Metz, France 814 1875-3892 Physics Procedia 811 70 Elsevier Composite material Multiple scattering of elastic waves in unidirectional composites with coated fibers
2433/63778 Naito, Koichiro 2000/04/01 109 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 96 1136 京都大学数理解析研究所 Correlation Dimensions of Quasi-Periodic Trajectories for Evolution Equations (Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/83659 KATANO, Masayo 1993/09/01 99 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 86 848 京都大学数理解析研究所 Algebraic Manipulation for Formal Solutions(Theory and applications in computer algebra)
2433/46903 Osugi, Jiro 1967/01/01 104 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 94 37 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Kinetic studies on fast reactions in solution III : photoreduction of anthracene derivatives
2433/76917 Ibuki, Toshio 1981/01/31 522 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 511 58 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Unimolecular Decomposition of Chemically Activated Propylene
2433/52948 SASAKI, Hikaru 1965/03/01 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 155 0049-7916 木材研究 : 京都大學木材研究所報告 142 34 京都大學木材研究所 塗膜による木材のひずみ測定(第5報) : 塗膜の応力と破壊 Strain Determination of Wood by Coating (V) : Stress in the Coating in Connection with the Failure
2433/62992 Sakuno, Hironori 1999/04/01 10 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1094 京都大学数理解析研究所 POINCARE SERIES CONSTRUCTED FROM A WHITTAKER FUNCTION ON $Sp$(2;$\mathbb{R}$)
2433/61589 AOKI, Takashi 1997/10/01 60 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 49 1014 京都大学数理解析研究所 Multiple-scale analysis of Duffing's equation and Fourier series expansion of Jacobi's elliptic functions(Geometric methods in asymptotic analysis)
2433/47071 Hongo, Masaru 1979/07/25 10 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 1 49 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Initial density dependence of gas viscosity
2433/47064 Hongo, Masaru 1979/02/10 71 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 63 48 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Viscosity of argon and of argon-ammonia mixtures under pressures
2433/26277 Alfaro, Matthieu 2005/02/01 160 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 148 1416 京都大学数理解析研究所 Optimal interface width for the Allen-Cahn equation (Dynamics of spatio - temporal patterns for the system of reaction - diffusion equations)
2433/84492 Tsutsumi, M. 1995/02/01 43 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 27 898 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Carleman type estimates and non-well-posed problems.(Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Their Applications)
2433/76111 Matsumoto, Hiroaki 1966/03/31 10 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 1 44 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Studies on γ-Ray Irradiated CdCl₂:Ag and CdC1₂:Cu Crystals (Special Issue on Physical, Chemical and Biological Effects of Gamma Radiation, VII)
2433/83368 Oishi, Shin'ichi 1993/04/01 128 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 115 831 京都大学数理解析研究所 Numerical Verification of Existence and Inclusion of Solutions for Nonlinear Operator Equations
2433/81399 Suzuki, Teruyoshi 2008/02/01 244 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 234 1580 京都大学数理解析研究所 Insurance Optimal Insurance Coverage for a Durable Consumption Good : The Second Best Solution (Financial Modeling and Analysis)
2433/61101 OGASAWARA, Hideho 1997/04/01 71 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 62 990 京都大学数理解析研究所 非線形最小2乗問題に対するHuschens法の2次および超1次収束性(科学技術における数値計算の理論と応用II) Quadratic and Superlinear Convergence of the Huschens Method for Nonlinear Least Squares Problems
2433/198093 BENES, Michal 2012/12/01 157 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 141 B35 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35M10 Mathematical modelling of combustion and biofuel co-firing in industrial steam generators (Mathematical and numerical analysis for interface motion arising in nonlinear phenomena)
2433/192939 Tex, David M. 2015/01/05 Conventional external quantum-efficiency measurement of solar cells provides charge-collection efficiency for approximate short-circuit conditions. Because this differs from actual operating voltages, the optimization of high-quality tandem solar cells is especially complicated. Here, we propose a contactless method, which allows for the determination of the voltage dependence of charge-collection efficiency for each subcell independently. By investigating the power dependence of photoluminescence decays, charge-separation and recombination-loss time constants are obtained. The upper limit of the charge-collection efficiencies at the operating points is then obtained by applying the uniform field model. This technique may complement electrical characterization of the voltage dependence of charge collection, since subcells are directly accessible. 0003-6951 1 Applied Physics Letters 106 American Institute of Physics Time-resolved photoluminescence measurements for determining voltage-dependent charge-separation efficiencies of subcells in triple-junction solar cells
2433/47465 Okazawa, Noboru 2005/06/01 116 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 107 1436 京都大学数理解析研究所 The complex Ginzburg-Landau equation on general domain (Evolution Equations and Asymptotic Analysis of Solutions)
2433/171804 Hui, Kin Ming 2012/02/01 110 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 98 1779 京都大学数理解析研究所 Collapsing behaviour of the logarithmic diffusion equation (Progress in Variational Problems : Variational Methods in the Study of Evolution Equations)
2433/201614 Shiraga, K. 2015/06/23 The hydration state in living cells is believed to be associated with various cellular activities. Nevertheless, in vivo characterization of intracellular hydration state under physiological condition has not been well documented to date. In this study, the hydration state of an intact HeLa cell monolayer was investigated by terahertz time-domain attenuated total reflection spectroscopy. Combined with the extended theory of Onsager, we found 23.8 ± 7.4% of HeLa intracellular water was hydrated to biomolecules (corresponding to 1.25 g H[2]O/g solute); exhibiting slower relaxation dynamics than bulk water. 0003-6951 25 Applied Physics Letters 106 AIP Publishing Hydration state inside HeLa cell monolayer investigated with terahertz spectroscopy
2433/202086 Togo, Atsushi 2015/11/01 Phonon plays essential roles in dynamical behaviors and thermal properties, which are central topics in fundamental issues of materials science. The importance of first principles phonon calculations cannot be overly emphasized. Phonopy is an open source code for such calculations launched by the present authors, which has been world-widely used. Here we demonstrate phonon properties with fundamental equations and show examples how the phonon calculations are applied in materials science. 5 1359-6462 Scripta Materialia 1 108 Elsevier Ltd. First principles phonon calculation First principles phonon calculations in materials science
2433/214620 Takayama, Shigeharu 1994/01/01 28 代数幾何学シンポジューム記録 17 1994 京都大学数理解析研究所 Holomorph-convexity of certain covering spaces of projective manifolds
2433/89693 Kubota, Keigo 2010/01/01 Densities, viscosities and ionic conductivities of single salts and the binary eutectic mixtures of alkali bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)amides, MTFSAs (M = Li, Na, K, Rb, Cs), were measured in the temperature range of 413-573 K. Cyclic voltammetry revealed that the binary eutectic melts have wide electrochemical windows of 5.0-6.0 V. It was found that alkali metals reversibly deposit on a nickel electrode at the cathode limit potentials. The order of the deposition potential was determined to be Na > Li > (K, Rb, Cs). 1119 00134686 3 Electrochimica Acta 1113 55 Elsevier Bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)amide Electrochemical properties of alkali bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)amides and their eutectic mixtures
2433/39879 Tohei, T 2006/02/01 1098-0121 6 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v73/p064304 73 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Debye temperature and stiffness of carbon and boron nitride polymorphs from first principles calculations
2433/161772 Danhof, J. 2011/07/01 Time-of-flight experiments were performed to investigate charge carrier diffusion in InGaN quantum wells. A mere optical setup with high spatial resolution was established on the basis of confocal microphotoluminescence microscopy in order to measure charge carrier movement directly. We investigate a multiquantum well sample emitting light at about 510 nm and found an ambipolar lateral diffusion constant of 0.25±0.05 cm^2/s. 1098-0121 3 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevB.84.035324 84 American Physical Society Time-of-flight measurements of charge carrier diffusion in In_xGa_[1-x]N/GaN quantum wells
2433/63315 坂内, 英一 1999/08/01 25 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 22 1109 京都大学数理解析研究所 Type II codes over $\mathbf{F}_2+u\mathbf{F}_2$ and an application to Hermitian modular forms (Algebraic Combinatorics)
2433/76510 Suzuki, Hitomi 1974/03/30 376 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 373 51 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Addition Products Obtained from the Chlorination of 1,2-Dichloronaphthalene
2433/65275 Goto, Atsushi 2001/03/01 The bulk polymerizations of styrene and methyl methacrylate in the presence of model polymerdithiocarbonate adducts as mediators and benzoyl peroxide (BPO) as a conventional initiator were kinetically studied. The polymerization rate, hence the concentration of polymer radical P , was proportional to [BPO]1/2. The pseudo-first-order activation rate constants kact were determined by the GPC peak-resolution method. The results showed that kact is directly proportional to [P ], indicating that reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT) is the only important mechanism of activation. The magnitude of the exchange rate constant kex (= kact/[P ]) was strongly dependent on both the structures of the dithiocarbonate group and the polymer. The kex values for the three RAFT systems examined in this work were all very large, explaining why these systems can provide low-polydispersity polymers from an early stage of polymerization. 31 1342-0321 ICR annual report 30 7 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University RAFT Mechanism and Kinetics of RAFT-Based Living Radical Polymerizations of Styrene and Methyl Methacrylate (ORGANIC MATERIALS CHEMISTRY-Polymeric Materials)
2433/65189 Kawai, Yasushi 1999/03/01 The kinetics for the hydrolyses of p-nitrophenyl esters of acetic acid and certain amino acid derivatives mediated by a-chymotrypsin have been studied. The kinetics are a function of the medium viscosity, which indicate that the enzyme must change its conformation during the reaction. Detailed analysis of the dependence of kinetic rate constants on the medium viscosity has revealed that the induced-fit conformational adjustment of enzyme plays a crucial role in its catalytic activity. 39 1342-0321 ICR annual report 38 5 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Induced-Fit Theory Conformational Effect (Induced-Fit) on Catalytic Activity of a-Chymotrypsin (BIOORGANIC CHEMISTRY-Bioorganic Reaction Theory)
2433/58698 Itai, Masanori 2006/09/01 51 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 50 1515 京都大学数理解析研究所 Integers in $p$-adically closed fields are definable(Model Theory of fields and its applications)
2433/24907 Balser, Werner 2005/01/01 159 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 151 1412 京都大学数理解析研究所 Power series solutions of the inhomogeneous heat equation (Recent Trends in Microlocal Analysis)
2433/25343 Naito, Koichiro 2004/04/01 115 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 104 1365 京都大学数理解析研究所 Recurrent dimensions of quasi-periodic orbits with multiple frequencies : Extended common multiples and Diophantine conditions (Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/46902 Osugi, Jiro 1967/01/01 93 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 81 37 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Chemical reaction at high temperature and high pressure IV : high pressure phases in the Ge-P system
2433/65104 Katoh, Makoto 1997/03/01 On the basis of the proposed reaction mechanisms of g-glutamylcysteine synthetase, tetrahedral phosphinic acid- and sulfoximine-based compounds 1 and 2 were synthesized and evaluated as inhibitors of E. coli g- glutamylcysteine synthetase. Both compounds inactivated the enzyme in a time-dependent manner with an overall inhibition constant Ki of 4.95 and 0.39 mM, respectively. The enzyme inactivation was observed only when ATP was present, suggesting that the inhibitors are phosphorylated in the enzyme active site, serving as a mechanism-based inactivator. The inhibition potency was 10 and 100 times, respectively, higher than L-buthionine-SR-sulfoximine, a well known inhibitor of this enzyme. In particular, the sulfoximine 2 served as an almost irreversible enzyme inactivator with a very slow regain of enzyme activity (t 1/2 = 3.9 day). This compound may find a potential use as chemotherapeutic agent. 45 1342-0321 ICR annual report 44 3 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University g-glutamylcysteine synthetase Mechanism-Based Inactivation of E.coli g-Glutamylcysteine Synthetase by Phosphinic Acid- and Sulfoximine-Based Transition-State Analogues (MOLECULAR BIOFUNCTION-Functional Molecular Conversion)
2433/62868 Ouchi, Sunao 1999/04/01 146 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 143 1090 京都大学数理解析研究所 Growth property of singular solutions of linear partial differential equations in the complex domain in $C^{d+1}$ (Complex Analysis and Microlocal Analysis)
2433/75399 Nodzu, Ryuzaburo 1954/01/31 39 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 37 32 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Reactions of Ketne with Compounds Containing Active Methylenic Hydrogen
2433/83138 LO, LIBO 1993/01/01 41 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 35 818 京都大学数理解析研究所 RESEARCH ON THE THEORY OF FINITE MODELS WITHOUT EQUALITIES(Mathematical Logic and Applications'92)
2433/77396 Schwan, Herman P. 1991/12/30 475 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 459 69 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dielectric Behavior of Biological Cells and Membranes (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Tetsuya HANAI On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/47059 Ishihara, Izumi 1978/08/20 43 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 27 48 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The effect of pressure on the complex formation of cobalt (II) and nickel (II) bromides in acetone solution
2433/25385 Miyake, Masatake 2004/04/01 72 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 59 1367 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Remark on $k$-summability of divergent solution of a non-Kowalevski type equation with Cauchy data of entire functions (Global and asymptotic analysis of differential equations in the complex domain)
2433/25504 Nakajima, Fumio 2004/04/01 143 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 139 1372 京都大学数理解析研究所 Predator-prey system model of singular equations (Mathematical models and dynamics of functional equations)
2433/24874 Hiroshima, Fumio 2004/07/01 34 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 20 1386 京都大学数理解析研究所 Effective mass and mass renormalization of nonrelativistic QED (Applications of Renormalization Group Methods in Mathematical Sciences)
2433/60623 MATSUZAKI, KATSUHIKO 1996/10/01 120 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 117 967 京都大学数理解析研究所 THE RATIO OF TWO NORMS OF QUADRATIC DIFFERENTIALS(Analysis of Discrete Groups)
2433/60050 KUMANO-GO, NAOTO 1996/02/01 59 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 46 937 京都大学数理解析研究所 A HAMILTONIAN PATH INTEGRAL FOR A DEGENERATE PARABOLIC PSEUDO-DIFFERENTIAL OPERATOR
2433/59595 Tabata, Minoru 1995/06/01 84 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 80 914 京都大学数理解析研究所 Decay of Solutions to the Mixed Problem for the Linearized Boltzmann Equation with an External Potential in a Bounded Domain(Mathematical Analysis of Phenomena in fluid and Plasma Dynamics)
2433/84241 OHTAKE, HIROMI 1994/08/01 76 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 73 882 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON PARTIALLY CONFORMAL QC DEFORMATIONS(Complex Analysis on Hyperbolic 3-Manifolds)
2433/75537 1956/03/30 94 0023-6071 1-2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 92 34 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Titles of Papers : Read at the 56th Semi-annual Meeting of the Institute on November 18th and 19th, 1955
2433/80925 ONO, Takayori 2007/05/01 180 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 176 1553 京都大学数理解析研究所 A convergence property for quasisuperminimizers on metric measure spaces(Potential Theory and its Related Fields)
2433/65672 Banda, Yoshichika 1995/03/01 19 1342-0321 ICR annual report 18 1 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Effect of Lattice Strain on Ferroelectric Properties of Epitaxially Grown BaTiO3 Thin Films by Reactive Evaporation (SOLID STATE CHEMISTRY - Artificial Lattice Compounds)
2433/76337 Shigematsu, Tsunenobu 1970/12/19 202 0023-6071 4-5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 198 48 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Kinetic Determination of Ultramicro Quantities of Copper : Application of Copper-Ion-Catalyzed Oxidation of Ascorbic Acid
2433/95116 Shiwa, Y. 1993/07/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 384 0627-2997 4 物性研究 379 60 物性研究刊行会 Fluctuation-Induced First-Order Transition and Dynamic Scaling in Rayleigh-Benard Convection(New Developments in Statistical Physics Similarities in Diversities,YITP Workshop)
2433/97345 益田, 晶子 2002/11/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 224 0727-2997 2 物性研究 223 79 物性研究刊行会 Dynamical nanostructures in solution of biopolymers : Scaling by distance-dependence of diffusion constants 生体高分子溶液の動的ナノ構造 : 拡散係数の距離依存性によるスケーリング(基研研究会「ソフトマターの物理学」,研究会報告)
2433/102190 MORIMOTO, Hiroko 1991/02/01 161 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 157 745 京都大学数理解析研究所 Periodic solutions of Boussinesq equations(Mathematical Analysis of Phenomena in Fluid and Plasma Dynamics)
2433/80910 Nakajima, Fumio 2007/05/01 133 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 129 1552 京都大学数理解析研究所 弧状連結でない連結なコンパクト力学的不変集合(力学系理論の最近の発展)
2433/98711 Akai, Toyoaki 1984/10/01 64 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 47 538 京都大学数理解析研究所 台が有限な分布の位置母数の同時推定(Non-Regular Statistical Estimation)
2433/140638 MIYAKE, HIROMICHI 2009/04/01 37 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 27 1643 京都大学数理解析研究所 VECTOR-VALUED WEAKLY ALMOST PERIODIC FUNCTIONS AND MEAN ERGODIC THEOREMS IN BANACH SPACES (Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/141610 Mizuno, Masashi 2010/06/01 56 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 45 1693 京都大学数理解析研究所 Holder continuity for some degenerate parabolic equation and its application (Nonlinear evolution equations and mathematical modeling)
2433/77102 Kawakami, Yukio 1985/08/24 103 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 100 63 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Kinetic Treatment of Kinetic Resolution of Racemic Acid Anhydrides with Chiral Amines (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Eiichi Fujita on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/51313 山田, 正 1953/11/01 71 0285-7049 木材研究資料 65 4 京都大学木材研究所 On the Constants of the Adsorption Equation 既報吸着式中の常数の意義
2433/47380 Nagayasu, Sei 2005/05/01 80 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 68 1431 京都大学数理解析研究所 The solution formula of the elastic equation in plane-stratified media and its applications for inverse problems (Microlocal Analysis and Related Topics)
2433/58758 CHOE, BOO RIM 2006/10/01 37 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 21 1519 京都大学数理解析研究所 Berezin transform NOTE ON THE BEREZIN TRANSFORM ON HERZ SPACES(Analytic Function Spaces and Their Operators)
2433/51098 Kawasaki, Tamami 2006/08/31 21 1880-6503 Sustainable humanosphere : bulletin of Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Kyoto University 20 2 Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Kyoto University Wood-Based Sandwich Panel with Low-Density Fiberboard for use as Structural Insulated Wall and Floor(ABSTRACTS (PH D FOR GRADUATE SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE))
2433/58054 FUJITA, Yasuhiro 2006/04/01 92 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 88 1481 京都大学数理解析研究所 A note on asymptotic solutions of Hamilton-Jacobi equations(Viscosity Solution Theory of Differential Equations and its Developments)
2433/167748 Han, Yong-Woon 2012/10/04 N-methylpyrrole (Py)-N-methylimidazole (Im) polyamides are small organic molecules that bind to DNA with sequence specificity and can be used as synthetic DNA-binding ligands. In this study, five hairpin eight-ring Py-Im polyamides 1-5 with different number of Im rings were synthesized, and their binding behaviour was investigated with surface plasmon resonance assay. It was found that association rate (k(a)) of the Py-Im polyamides with their target DNA decreased with the number of Im in the Py-Im polyamides. The structures of four-ring Py-Im polyamides derived from density functional theory revealed that the dihedral angle of the Py amide carbonyl is 14∼18°, whereas that of the Im is significantly smaller. As the minor groove of DNA has a helical structure, planar Py-Im polyamides need to change their conformation to fit it upon binding to the minor groove. The data explain that an increase in planarity of Py-Im polyamide induced by the incorporation of Im reduces the association rate of Py-Im polyamides. This fundamental knowledge of the binding of Py-Im polyamides to DNA will facilitate the design of hairpin Py-Im polyamides as synthetic DNA-binding modules. 11517 0305-1048 22 Nucleic acids research 11510 40 Oxford University Press Binding of hairpin pyrrole and imidazole polyamides to DNA: relationship between torsion angle and association rate constants.
2433/188475 Isoyama, Soichiro 2014/03/24 Kyoto University 一般相対性理論 回転ブラックホール時空上を運動する質点に働く輻射反作用 Radiation reaction to the motion of a point particle in Kerr spcetime
2433/185215 Giuseppe, Pezzotti 2014/01/23 Kyoto University Raman spectroscopy 電子材料および関連機器の解析アルゴリズムの定量化を目的としたラマン分光理論の拡張 An expansion of theoretical principles of Raman spectroscopy towards fully quantitative algorithms for the analysis of electronic materials and related devices
2433/156170 Kowaka, Yasuyuki 2012/05/01 Fluorescence excitation spectra and fluorescence lifetimes at single vibronic levels in the S_1 state have been observed for jet-cooled pyrene. The fluorescence lifetimes at the zero-vibrational levels of the S_1^1B_[3u] states of pyrene-h_10 and pyrene-d10 are 1480 and 1470 ns, respectively, and the relaxation is considered to be dominated by the radiative process. For some vibrational levels, however, the lifetimes are remarkably shorter such as 765 ns at the 22^1 vibronic level of pyrene-h_10 (ν22 (b_[1g]); C–H bending and skeletal deforming mode), indicating that nonradiative transition occurs at a specific vibrational level. In this study, we demonstrate that the main process is internal conversion to the S_0^1Ag state caused by nonadiabatic vibronic interaction via b_[3u] promoting modes. 184 0301-0104 Chemical Physics 178 400 Elsevier B.V. Pyrene Internal conversion in the S_1^1B_[3u] state of pyrene
2433/191005 Han, Donglin 2013/01/07 Y-doped BaZrO_3 (BZY) is of the perovskite structure (ABO_3), and is promising as an electrolyte in protonic ceramic fuel cells (PCFCs). However, factors limiting its protonic conductivity have not been clarified entirely, such as the unclear site occupancy of Y. In this work, X-ray diffraction patterns were collected utilizing synchrotron radiation with an incident energy close to the energy of the Y K absorption edge. Therefore, precise Rietveld refinement was performed to determine the site occupancy of Y by the anomalous dispersion effect. The results revealed that for the stoichiometric sample of BaZr_{0.8}Y_{0.2}O_{3−δ}, Y only occupied the B-site. But in the Ba-deficient sample of Ba_{0.9}Zr_{0.8}Y_{0.2}O_{3−δ}, two perovskite phases with different compositions were observed. In the Y-poor phase, all Y occupied the B-site, while in the other greatly Y-rich and Ba-deficient phase, Y was found to occupy both A and B-sites. These results clearly indicate the tendency towards A-site occupation of Y with an increasing Ba-deficiency. 3033 2050-7488 9 Journal of Materials Chemistry A 3027 1 Royal Society of Chemistry A comprehensive understanding of structure and site occupancy of Y in Y-doped BaZrO_3
2433/200238 Jeon, Jong-Hwan 2014/07/15 The light-driven artificial enzymes were constructed to realize unnatural reactions concerning bio-significant molecules. In this manuscript, the guanosine triphosphate (GTP)-selective oxidation is reported using the network polymers composed of polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxane (POSS). We synthesized the water-soluble POSS network polymer containing the naphthyridine ligands to capture GTP inside the networks and the ruthenium complexes to oxidize the captured GTP under light irradiation. Initially, the binding affinities of the guanosine nucleosides to the naphthyridine ligand inside the POSS network polymer were evaluated from the emission quenching experiments. Accordingly, it was observed that the naphthyridine ligand can form the stable complex only with GTP (K(a) = 5.5 × 10(6) M(-1)). These results indicate that only GTP can be captured by the network polymer. Next, the photo-catalytic activity of the ruthenium complex-modified POSS network polymer was investigated. Finally, it was revealed that the network polymer can decompose GTP efficiently under light irradiation. This is the first example, to the best of our knowledge, to offer not only the GTP-selective host polymers but also the light-driven artificial enzyme for GTP oxidation. Accepted 25 Jun 2014. 6506 1477-0520 33 Organic & biomolecular chemistry 6500 12 Royal Society of Chemistry Light-driven artificial enzymes for selective oxidation of guanosine triphosphate using water-soluble POSS network polymers.
2433/61945 宮澤, 一久 1998/04/01 137 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 122 1037 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON THE COHOMOLOGY GROUPS OF CERTAIN COVERING SPACES
2433/50047 Hoshina, H 2004/02/22 3715 0021-9606 8 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 3706 http://link.aip.org/link/?jcp/120/3706 120 AMER INST PHYSICS Tunneling chemical reactions in solid parahydrogen: Direct measurement of the rate constants of R+H-2 -> RH+H (R=CD3,CD2H,CDH2,CH3) at 5 K
2433/50227 Takasaki, K 2001/03/01 1473 0022-2488 3 JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS 1443 http://link.aip.org/link/?jmp/42/1443 42 AMER INST PHYSICS Painleve-Calogero correspondence revisited
2433/60978 SHIOJI, NAOKI 1997/03/01 105 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 94 985 京都大学数理解析研究所 Strong convergence CONVERGENCE OF APPROXIMATED SEQUENCES FOR NONEXPANSIVE MAPPINGS(Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/160381 Kobayashi, Kiyoshi 2012/01/01 The estimation of ground subsidence processes is an important subject for the asset management of civil infrastructures on soft ground, such as airport facilities. In the planning and design stage, there exist many uncertainties in geotechnical conditions, and it is impossible to estimate the ground subsidence process by deterministic methods. In this paper, the sets of sample paths designating ground subsidence processes are generated by use of a one-dimensional consolidation model incorporating inhomogeneous ground subsidence. Given the sample paths, the mixed subsidence model is presented to describe the probabilistic structure behind the sample paths. The mixed model can be updated by the Bayesian methods based upon the newly obtained monitoring data. Concretely speaking, in order to estimate the updating models, Markov Chain Monte Calro method, which is the frontier technique in Bayesian statistics, is applied. Through a case study, this paper discussed the applicability of the proposed method and illustrated its possible application and future works. 1110-757X Journal of Applied Mathematics 2012 Hindawi Publishing Corporation A Mixed Prediction Model of Ground Subsidence for Civil Infrastructures on Soft Ground
2433/141600 PAWLOW, IRENA 2010/06/01 167 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 151 1693 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 74B20 Quasilinear thermoviscoelastic systems. Large time regular solutions (Nonlinear evolution equations and mathematical modeling)
2433/201613 Shiraga, Keiichiro 2015/06/19 Recent studies of saccharides' peculiar anti-freezing and anti-dehydration properties point to a close association with their strong hydration capability and destructuring effect on the hydrogen bond (HB) network of bulk water. The underlying mechanisms are, however, not well understood. In this respect, examination of the complex dielectric constants of saccharide aqueous solutions, especially over a broadband frequency region, should provide interesting insights into these properties, since the dielectric responses reflect corresponding dynamics over the time scales measured. In order to do this, the complex dielectric constants of glucose solutions between 0.5 GHz and 12 THz (from the microwave to the far-infrared region) were measured. We then performed analysis procedures on this broadband spectrum by decomposing it into four Debye and two Lorentz functions, with particular attention being paid to the β relaxation (glucose tumbling), δ relaxation (rotational polarization of the hydrated water), slow relaxation (reorientation of the HB network water), fast relaxation (rotation of the non-HB water), and intermolecular stretching vibration (hindered translation of water). On the basis of this analysis, we revealed that the hydrated water surrounding the glucose molecules exhibits a mono-modal relaxational dispersion with 2-3 times slower relaxation times than unperturbed bulk water and with a hydration number of around 20. Furthermore, other species of water with distorted tetrahedral HB water structures, as well as increases in the relative proportion of non-HB water molecules which have a faster relaxation time and are not a part of the surrounding bulk water HB network, was found in the vicinity of the glucose molecules. These clearly point to the HB destructuring effect of saccharide solutes in aqueous solution. The results, as a whole, provide a detailed picture of glucose-water and water-water interactions in the vicinity of the glucose molecules at various time scales from sub-picosecond to hundreds of picoseconds. 0021-9606 23 The Journal of chemical physics 142 AIP Publishing Broadband dielectric spectroscopy of glucose aqueous solution: Analysis of the hydration state and the hydrogen bond network.
2433/75031 Oikawa, Masayuki 1977/05/23 Kyoto University 非線形波動理論への寄与 Contributions to the Theory of Nonlinear Waves
2433/157097 Hashi, Kenjiro 1998/03/23 本文データは平成22年度国立国会図書館の学位論文(博士)のデジタル化実施により作成された画像ファイルを基にpdf変換したものである Kyoto University 核磁気共鳴法を用いたヘビーフェルミオン化合物Ybモノプニクタイドの研究 NMR Study of the Heavy Fermion Compounds Yb-monopnictides
2433/207703 Ishii, Yosuke 2015/11/05 The transmission characteristics of ultrasonic waves at oblique incidence to composite laminates are analyzed theoretically by the stiffness matrix method. The analysis takes into account the presence of thin resin-rich regions between adjacent plies as spring-type interfaces with normal and shear stiffnesses. The amplitude transmission coefficient of longitudinal wave through a unidirectional laminate immersed in water is shown to be significantly influenced by the frequency, the interlayer interfacial stiffnesses, and the incident angle. Using Floquet's theorem, the dispersion relation of the infinitely extended laminate structure is calculated and compared to the transmission coefficient of laminates of finite thickness. This reveals that the ranges of frequency and interfacial stiffnesses where the Floquet waves lie in the band-gaps agree well with those where the transmission coefficient of the finite layered structure is relatively small, indicating that the band-gaps appear even in the laminate with a finite number of plies. The amplitude transmission coefficient for an 11-ply carbon-epoxy unidirectional composite laminate is experimentally obtained for various frequencies and incident angles. The low-transmission zones observed in the experimental results, which are due to the critical angle of the quasi-longitudinal wave and the Bragg reflection, are shown to be favorably compared with the theory. 0001-4966 5 The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 2800 138 Acoustical Society of America Transmission of ultrasonic waves at oblique incidence to composite laminates with spring-type interlayer interfaces.
2433/189761 Seto, Kazuhisa 2013/06/01 We present a moderately exponential time algorithm for the satis_ability of Boolean formulas over the full binary basis. For formulas of size at most cn, our algorithm runs in time 2{(1_μc)n} for some constant μc > 0. As a byproduct of the running time analysis of our algorithm, we obtain strong average-case hardness of a_ne extractors for linear-sized formulas over the full binary basis. 274 1016-3328 2 computational complexity 245 22 SP Birkhäuser Verlag Basel Satisfiability A satisfiability algorithm and average-case hardness for formulas over the full binary basis
2433/64791 Itatsu, Seiichi 2001/03/01 29 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 20 1193 京都大学数理解析研究所 Ergodic properties of Fleming-Viot processes with selection and recombination (Mathematical Models and Stochastic Processes Arising in Natural Phenomena and Their Applications)
2433/64669 2001/01/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1186 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cover & Contents 表紙・目次
2433/63636 Tanaka, Satoshi 2000/01/01 90 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 82 1128 京都大学数理解析研究所 Existence of oscillatory solutions of neutral differential equations (Mathematical Models in Functional Equations)
2433/74071 Shimizu, Sakae 1950/03/20 43 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 42 20 京都大学化学研究所 On Some Properties of Dewar Vessels
2433/74043 Oiwa, Toshihiko 1950/03/20 65 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 64 20 京都大学化学研究所 Studies on the Synthesis of BHC (Benzene Hexachloride) (III) : Research for the photochemical Reaction between Benzene and Chlorine in Carbon Tetrachloride Solution. 2. Mechanism of the Formation of o-Octachlorocyclohexane
2433/74098 Goto, Rempei 1950/06/30 62 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 61 21 京都大学化学研究所 Application of the Schlieren Method : The Mode of Covering and the Resolving Power
2433/74096 Tashiro, Megumi 1950/06/30 63 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 62 21 京都大学化学研究所 Enamel Defects due to Hydrogen in Steel
2433/74055 Abe, Kiyoshi 1950/03/20 55 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 54 20 京都大学化学研究所 Study on High Dielectric Constant Ceramics. (III) : Electrostrictive and Piezoelectric Effect of BaTiO₃ Ceramics
2433/74054 Abe, Kiyoshi 1950/03/20 56 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 55 20 京都大学化学研究所 Study on High Dieiectric Constant Ceramics. (IV) : Electromechanical Vibration of BaTiO₃ Ceramics
2433/74142 Suito, Eiji 1950/09/30 82 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 81 22 京都大学化学研究所 Measurement of the Particle Size Distribution of Powder by the Thermal Analysis of Reaction Velocity
2433/74353 Tsuji, Waichiro 1952/02/25 68 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 67 27 京都大学化学研究所 The Elasto-viscous Behaviour of Plasticized Polyvinyl Chloride at the Elevated Temperature. (III)
2433/74354 Tsuji, Waichiro 1952/02/25 67 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 66 27 京都大学化学研究所 The Relation between the Mechanical Properties of Polymethyl-methacrylate Films and their Degree of Polymerization and Molecular Orientation
2433/74234 Yanagisawa, Masaaki 1951/03/30 76 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 75 24 京都大学化学研究所 Orientation of Products on Rolled Metal Surface
2433/74177 Hirai, Nishio 1950/12/30 74 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 73 23 京都大学化学研究所 Studies on Solvation. (I) : Swelling Velocity of Starch and Lyophilic Property
2433/74175 Okamura, Seizo 1950/12/30 76 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 75 23 京都大学化学研究所 Studies on the Velocity of Copolymerization. (II) : On the Phenomena that the Copolymerization Stops at Very Low Conversions
2433/74173 Hirabayashi, Kiyoshi 1950/12/30 78 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 77 23 京都大学化学研究所 X-ray Studies on the Aging of Poval-filaments
2433/74179 Furukawa, Junji 1950/12/30 72 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 71 23 京都大学化学研究所 The Study on the Reaction of Acetylene under High Pressure. (II) : Preparation of Unsaturated Higher Aldehydes
2433/74178 Ichikawa, Katsuhiko 1950/12/30 73 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 72 23 京都大学化学研究所 Kinetics of the Decomposition of o-Hydroxyphenyl Mercuric Halides with Hydrohalogenic Acids
2433/74217 Yamashita, Takao 1951/03/30 91 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 90 24 京都大学化学研究所 On the Possibilities of the Attainment to Azeotropic Conditions in the Copolymerization of Vinylacetate and Acrylonitrile
2433/74276 Goto, Rempei 1951/09/10 64 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 63 25 京都大学化学研究所 Physico-Chemical Properties of Surface Active Agents. (I) : Molecular Weight and Viscosity of Polyoxyethylene Glycol Alkyl Ethers
2433/74315 Fukui, Ken-ichi 1951/12/10 85 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 84 26 京都大学化学研究所 Studies on the Relation between the Composition and the Surface States in Binary Alloys
2433/74316 Koizumi, Naokazu 1951/12/10 84 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 83 26 京都大学化学研究所 Physico-chemical Properties of Serf ace Active Agents. (IV) : Dielectric Properties of Polyoxyethylene Glycol mono-Alkyl Ethers
2433/74399 Goto, Rempei 1952/03/30 68 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 67 28 京都大学化学研究所 Sedimentation Volume of Powders
2433/81594 Bourgade, P. 2008/04/01 148 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 146 1590 京都大学数理解析研究所 Some comments about notes A, B and C. (Number Theory and Probability Theory)
2433/76637 Fujino, Osamu 1976/01/20 451 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 444 53 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Coprecipitation of Lead with Hydroxyapatite
2433/76557 Kamiyama, Fumio 1974/09/13 402 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 393 52 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Some Fundamental Properties of Developer Solvents in Thin Layer Chromatography Applied to Polymer Separations (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Waichiro Tsuji On the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/76487 Takahashi, Takeo 1973/08/29 181 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 173 51 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Secondary Deuterium Isotope Effect and Solvent Effect in the Thermal Rearrangement of 2-Allyloxybenzothiazole and Some Related Compounds
2433/65357 2003/03/01 31 1342-0321 ICR annual report 30 9 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Organic Structural Chemistry
2433/65327 NAKAHARA, Masaru 2002/03/01 11 1342-0321 ICR annual report 10 8 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Water acts as an effective acid at hydrothermal conditions / 13C NMR method for determining peptide and protein binding sites in membranes (INTERFACE SCIENCE - Solutions and Interfaces)
2433/42179 松本, 圭司 2002/06/01 137 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 126 1270 京都大学数理解析研究所 実3次元上半空間上の保型関数 (双曲空間及び離散群の研究II)
2433/24908 Lope, Jose Ernie C. 2005/01/01 167 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 160 1412 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON THE HOLOMORPHIC SOLUTION OF NONLINEAR FIRST ORDER EQUATIONS WITH SEVERAL SPACE VARIABLES (Recent Trends in Microlocal Analysis)
2433/83617 ISHIMURA, RYUICHI 1993/06/01 69 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 64 845 京都大学数理解析研究所 THE EXISTENCE AND THE CONTINUATION OF HOLOMORPHIC SOLUTIONS FOR CONVOLUTION EQUATIONS(Microlocal Geometry)
2433/42700 Venkov, Boris 2003/01/01 19 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 17 1299 京都大学数理解析研究所 Shadows of Odd Unimodular Lattices (Algebraic Combinatorics)
2433/46948 Moriyoshi, Takashi 1970/12/20 67 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 59 40 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Effects of pressure on organic reactions III : the base-catalyzed reduction of diisobutylketone
2433/46973 Tanaka, Fujio 1973/04/30 93 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 85 42 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Pressure effects on fluorescence and photodimerization of anthracene and 9-methylanthracene in solution
2433/48166 Suzuki, Mami 2006/02/01 117 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 110 1474 京都大学数理解析研究所 Second order Nonlinear Difference Equations whose Eigenvalues are 1(Dynamics of functional equations and numerical simulation)
2433/53436 1976/03/31 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 208 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 200 59/60 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Abstracts
2433/75321 Tsuruta, Teiji 1953/05/30 220 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 219 31 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Iodine Catalyzed Aromatic Bromination. (II) : Bromination of Toluene
2433/75271 Abe, Kiyoshi 1953/01/30 52 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 51 31 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Study on High Dielectric Constant Ceramics. (XV) : Coupled Vibration in Electrostrictive Vibrators
2433/75496 1955/01/31 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 33 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Cover & Contents
2433/75463 Takahashi, Isao 1954/10/01 213 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 212 32 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Pure Quadrupole Spectra of Bromine Compounds. (II)
2433/43279 Nakamura, Ken-Ichi 2003/07/01 87 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 79 1330 京都大学数理解析研究所 Bounds for effective speeds of traveling fronts in spatially periodic media (Conference on Dynamics of Patterns in Reaction-Diffusion Systems and the Related Topics)
2433/42001 Matsuzawa, Tadato 2002/05/01 86 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 78 1261 京都大学数理解析研究所 Gevrey Hypoellipticity for Extended Grushin Class and FBI-Transformation (Microlocal Analysis and Related Topics)
2433/42002 Ouchi, Sunao 2002/05/01 93 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 87 1261 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic behaviors of singular homogeneous solutions of some partial differential operators in the complex domain (Microlocal Analysis and Related Topics)
2433/47085 Hongo, Masaru 1980/02/20 122 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 120 49 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Initial density dependence of viscosity of nonpolar-polar gaseous mixtures
2433/47026 Shimizu, Kiyoshi 1976/06/30 38 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 30 46 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Effect of pressure on dissociation of nickel sulfate ion pair in water
2433/47032 Nakayama, Toshihiro 1976/12/25 63 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 57 46 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Pressure effect on the eda-complexes formed between mesitylene, hexamethylbenzene and tetracyanoethylene in carbon tetrachloride
2433/46683 Osugi, Jiro 1952/12/25 75 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 66 22 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on the kinetics of enzymic reactions, I and II : I. The mechanism of the degradation of amylose by action of bacterial α-amylase
2433/46529 Toyama, Osamu 1938/08/31 124 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 115 12 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The kinetics of the catalytic hydrogenation of ethylene with nickel (II) : reaction at high temperatures
2433/25505 Vanualailai, Jito 2004/04/01 150 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 144 1372 京都大学数理解析研究所 Exponential and non-exponential convergence of solutions in some classes of nonlinear systems with application to neural networks (Mathematical models and dynamics of functional equations)
2433/26235 Sugawa, Toshiyuki 2005/02/01 122 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 117 1414 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON UNIVALENCE CRITERIA FOR MEROMORPHIC FUNCTIONS (Coefficient Inequalities in Univalent Function Theory and Related Topics)
2433/60051 KATO, KEIICHI 1996/02/01 45 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 39 937 京都大学数理解析研究所 Gevrey singularities for nonlinear wave equations
2433/60683 YOSHIDA, KYO 1996/10/01 53 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 44 970 京都大学数理解析研究所 INSTABILITY OF THE MOTION OF AN IDEAL FLUID CONTAINED IN 2-SPHERE AS A GEODESIC EQUATION
2433/60110 Kobayashi, Katsumasa 1996/02/01 16 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 12 940 京都大学数理解析研究所 An application of delay differential equations to market equilibrium(The Functional and Algebraic Method for Differential Equations)
2433/60644 1996/10/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 968 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cover & Contents 表紙・目次
2433/75541 Inagaki, Hiroshi 1956/03/30 86 0023-6071 1-2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 74 34 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Distinct Maximum Appearing in the Viscosity Curve of Dilute Polyelectrolyte Solutions
2433/61117 Caughman, John S., IV 1997/05/01 109 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 108 991 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Terwilliger Algebra for Bipartite $P$-and $Q$-polynomial Schemes(Groups and Combinatorics)
2433/81264 Tominaga, Masaru 2007/10/01 111 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 104 1570 京都大学数理解析研究所 Holder inequality ヘルダーの不等式に纏わる定数(バナッハ空間、関数空間及び不等式の研究とその応用) CONSTANTS OF REVERSE HOLDER'S INEQUALITY(Banach spaces, function spaces, inequalities and their applications)
2433/89117 Hamano, katsumi 1976/03/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 B4 0525-2997 6 物性研究 B3 25 物性研究刊行会 1)Critical Behaviors Near the Antiferroelectric Phase Transition Temperature of NaNO_2
2433/89116 KINASE, Wataru 1976/03/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 B5 0525-2997 6 物性研究 B4 25 物性研究刊行会 2)On Mechanism of Anomalous Polarization Reversal in NaNO_2
2433/75899 Suama, Masakazu 1962/09/20 239 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 229 40 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Reaction of Methyl Radical with Dimethyl Disulfide
2433/26616 尾上, 謙介 2006/04/01 268 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute annuals. B 263 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/dat/nenpo/no49/49b0/a49b0p27.pdf 49 京都大学防災研究所 簡易短スパンひずみ計 A Small-Scale Strainmeter with Three Components 簡易三成分ひずみ計
2433/82569 KAWANAGO, TADASHI 1992/05/01 165 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 152 785 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic behavior as $t \to \infty$ of solutions of quasi-linear heat equations(Evolution Equations and Nonlinear Problems)
2433/76212 Shigematsu, Tsunenobu 1968/01/20 298 0023-6071 4-5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 290 45 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Synergistic Effect of Solvent Extraction in Zinc β-Diketone-TOPO System : Influence of Terminal Group of β-Diketones (Physical and Inorganic Chemistry)
2433/74459 Goto, Rempei 1952/09/30 45 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 43 30 京都大学化学研究所 Physico-chemical Properties of Surface Acyive Agents (VIII) : Molecular Weight of Pure Polyoxyethylene Glycol
2433/95747 Ouchi, Katsuya 1996/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 625 0527-2997 3 物性研究 624 66 物性研究刊行会 PATTERN FORMATIONS IN REACTION-DIFFUSION SYSTEM(Session IV : Structures & Patterns, The 1st Tohwa University International Meeting on Statistical Physics Theories, Experiments and Computer Simulations)
2433/95780 Suezaki, Yukio 1996/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 545 0527-2997 3 物性研究 544 66 物性研究刊行会 A THEORY ON THE BENDING MODULI OF THIN MEMBRANES BY THE USE OF A SIMPLE MOLECULAR MODEL(Session III : Complex Fluids, The 1st Tohwa University International Meeting on Statistical Physics Theories, Experiments and Computer Simulations)
2433/95810 Ma, Jian-Zhong 1996/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 463 0527-2997 3 物性研究 462 66 物性研究刊行会 STATISTICAL MECHANICS OF A GENERALIZED CALOGERO-SUTHERLAND SYSTEM(Session II : Chaos, The 1st Tohwa University International Meeting on Statistical Physics Theories, Experiments and Computer Simulations)
2433/95827 Lee, Sang Seok 1996/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 417 0527-2997 3 物性研究 416 66 物性研究刊行会 NONLINEAR MAPPING DESCRIBING LEARNING PROCESS HAVING MEMORY(Session I : Cross-Disciplinary Physics, The 1st Tohwa University International Meeting on Statistical Physics Theories, Experiments and Computer Simulations)
2433/95829 Komura, Shigeyuki 1996/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 413 0527-2997 3 物性研究 412 66 物性研究刊行会 DIFFUSION CONSTANT OF PROTEINS IN BIOMEMBRANES(Session I : Cross-Disciplinary Physics, The 1st Tohwa University International Meeting on Statistical Physics Theories, Experiments and Computer Simulations)
2433/96524 Marcq, Philippe 1999/01/20 高レイノルズ数の乱流ジェットの実験データを加法的連続的確率過程として解析する。通常の時間変数のかわりにスケール変数を用い、エネルギー散逸場の分布関数のスケール依存性が線形ランジュバン方程式によってよく記述されることを示す。この時、ノイズはマルコフ的で非ガウス的特徴を持つ。さらに、実験データとよく一致するエネルギー散逸の分散のスケール依存性が得られる。 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 671 0727-2997 4 物性研究 670 71 物性研究刊行会 Fully-developed turbulence : a Langevin description of the energy cascade
2433/81349 Kunihiro, Teiji 2008/01/01 83 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 82 1576 京都大学数理解析研究所 Construction of Invariant Manifold by Renormalization-group Method: reduction of dynamical systems and its applications(Dynamical Systems and Differential Geometry)
2433/100593 Gotoh, Toshiyuki 1988/06/01 241 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 231 661 京都大学数理解析研究所 A COMMENT ON THE DISTANT INTERACTION ALGORITHM(Flow Instability and Turbulence)
2433/82357 Lin, Fang Hua 1991/11/01 170 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 161 770 京都大学数理解析研究所 Singular Sets of Energy Minimizing Maps
2433/196257 IKEDA, Masahiro 2012/07/01 96 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 87 B33 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35L71 A remark on the algebraic normal form method applied to the Dirac-Klein-Gordon system in two space dimensions (Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
2433/194818 Ohnawa, Masashi 2013/04/01 170 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 163 1830 京都大学数理解析研究所 Convergence rates towards traveling waves for a model system of radiating gas (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/194987 INOUE, HIROHITO 2013/07/01 16 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 8 1841 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 11E95 UNPREDICTABILITY OF QUASI-PERIODIC DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS WITH FREQUENCY OF $p$-ADIC LIOUVILLE TYPE NUMBERS (Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/178645 YUKUTAKE, Hideo 1974/12/01 The thermal diffusivity of KC1 has been measured up to 35 kb of pressure and up to 820°K of temperature using the Angstrom method. The measurement was carried out through the phase transition from NaCI- to CsCI-structure occuring at about 19 kb. 66% of decrease of the diffusivity was observed at the transition point at 300°K, 56% at 610°K, and 71% at 820°K. The relative pressure derivative of the thermal diffusivity up to 19 kb was found to be 3.0%/kb at 300°K. 67 Contributions of the Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University 59 14 Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University MEASUREMENT OF THERMAL DIFFUSIVITY OF KC1 AT PRESSURES UP TO 35 KBAR AND TEMPERATURES UP TO 820°K
2433/47225 Koike, Tatsuya 2005/04/01 169 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 160 1424 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the exact WKB analysis for the fourth Painleve hierarchy (Recent Trends in Exponential Asymptotics)
2433/47271 Takahashi, Hayato 2005/04/01 146 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 140 1426 京都大学数理解析研究所 Hausdorff Dimension and the Stochastic Traveling Salesman Problem (Theoretical Computer Science and its Applications)
2433/58313 Nishibata, Shinya 2006/05/01 77 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 71 1495 京都大学数理解析研究所 A stationary solution for a fluid dynamical model of semiconductor(Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics : A conference in honor of Professor Tai-Ping Liu on his 60th Birthday)
2433/91162 Taguchi, I. 1984/01/20 By Raman scattering, seven vibrational modes have been detected for ZrTe_5, whereas nine for HfTe_5. The application of a central force model reveals the characteristic vibrational-modes in the transition-metal pentatellurides. The comparison of the observed and calculated frequencies shows the reduction of the strength of the pairing interaction between the chalcogen atoms within the prismatic chain compared to ZrTe_3 and the weakness of the interaction in the tellurium zig-zag chain. The temperature dependence of the half widths shows an unusual increase of the spectral density at low temperatures. The obtained results suggest the existence of two structural distortions or transitions: one occurs above room temperature and the other is related with the reported resistivity anomaly at low temperatures. この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 273 0527-2997 4 物性研究 263 41 物性研究刊行会 RAMAN SCATTERING STUDY OF THE QUASI-ONE-DIMENSIONAL CONDUCTOR ZrTe_5 and HfTe_5(EXPERIMENTS ON MX_5 COMPOUNDS, International Symposium on NONLINEAR TRANSPORT AND RELATED PHENOMENA IN INORGANIC QUASI ONE DIMENSIONAL CONDUCTORS)
2433/91072 Suzumura, Yoshikazu 1983/07/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 86 0527-2997 4 物性研究 85 40 物性研究刊行会 25. Localization-Delocalization Transition by Interactions in One Dimensional Fermion Systems(Theories,III. One Dimensional Systems)
2433/84971 2009/01/01 47 1342-0321 ICR annual report 46 15 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Electron Microscopy and Crystal Chemistry
2433/77509 Nakanaga, Taisuke 1993/09/30 147 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 140 71 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Observation of the Infrared Spectrum in Supersonic Free Jet Expansion with Time Resolved FTIR Spectroscopy : The Spectrum of C₂F₆ (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Tohru Takenaka On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/46226 飯島, 俊一郎 1940/06/30 78 3 物理化學の進歩 68 14 日本物理化學研究會 還元ニッケルに依るエチレンの吸着 The adsorption of ethylene on reduced nickel
2433/47052 Ishihara, Izumi 1977/12/25 110 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 102 47 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Electrical conductance of LiBr in acetone at high pressure and 25C
2433/75608 Suito, Eiji 1958/03/30 154 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 153 35 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Dimorphism and t h e Crystal Habits of Copper-Oxinate Precipitates
2433/75607 Nishihara, Kiyokado 1958/03/30 155 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 154 35 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University On the Leaching of Domestic Chromite Ore in Sulfuric Acid
2433/43076 Ikota, Ryo 2003/05/01 36 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 29 1320 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Numerical Methodology for a Singular Limit Problem (The Numerical Solution of Differential Equations and Linear Computation)
2433/169999 2010/08/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1701 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cover & Contents 表紙・目次
2433/171189 2011/08/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1753 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cover & Contents 表紙・目次
2433/214914 2009/01/01 代数幾何学シンポジウム記録 2009 京都大学数理解析研究所 表紙・目次・プログラム・扉
2433/214936 2013/02/01 代数幾何学シンポジウム記録 2010 京都大学数理解析研究所 表紙・目次・プログラム
2433/173621 Yamakawa, Yosuke 2013/02/01 122 1881-2473 1 Journal of Disaster Research 121 8 Fuji Technology Press Detecting Groundwater Flowing on a Mountain Slope Using Electrical Resistivity Imaging
2433/49787 Kim, Hyeon-Deuk 2003/10/01 We examine information theory using the steady-state Boltzmann equation. In a nonequilibrium steady-state system under steady heat conduction, the thermodynamic quantities from information theory are calculated and compared with those from the steady-state Boltzmann equation. We have found that information theory is inconsistent with the steady-state Boltzmann equation. 2476 00319015 10 Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 2473 72 The Physical Society of Japan information theory Test of Information Theory on the Boltzmann Equation
2433/50158 Omae, K 2002/02/15 1098-0121 7 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v65/p073308 65 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Effects of internal electric field and carrier density on transient absorption spectra in a thin GaN epilayer
2433/156133 Fujimoto, R. 2012/07/01 The propagation of surface plasmon polaritons (SPPs) on Ag waveguides with two different widths is directly observed using dual-probe scanning near-field optical microscopy (DSNOM). We find that the waveguide structure strongly affects the propagation of locally excited SPPs. SPPs in a flat plane structure spread radially, whereas SPPs in a 3.4-μm wide waveguide structure form two-dimensional interference fringes due to the multiple reflections at the side edges. The experimental results agree well with finite-difference time-domain calculations. The results suggest that the DSNOM technique can visualize the nanoscale characteristics of the SPP waves in various plasmonic waveguides. 7376 0169-4332 19 Applied Surface Science 7372 258 Elsevier B.V. Surface plasmon polaritons Interference of the surface plasmon polaritons with an Ag waveguide probed by dual-probe scanning near-field optical microscopy
2433/39882 Seko, A 2006/05/01 1098-0121 18 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v73/p184117 73 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Prediction of ground-state structures and order-disorder phase transitions in II-III spinel oxides: A combined cluster-expansion method and first-principles study
2433/187746 Kawai, Emi 2014/04/01 In order to investigate delamination crack initiation from an interfacial edge in nanoscale component with the singular stress field, we conduct mechanical experiments using four kinds of cantilever specimens with the nanoscale singular stress field at the copper/silicon nitride interface. The results reveal that regardless of the specimen dimensions, the critical magnitude of the plastic stress intensity parameter, K[interface edge] (C), is constant (112 MPa m[0.179]) within the singular stress field range of approximately 25 nm. This indicates that in the nano-sized component, a delamination crack initiation is dominated by a nanoscale singular stress field near the interface edge. 66 0013-7944 Engineering Fracture Mechanics 60 120 Elsevier Ltd. Nanoscale Delamination crack initiation from copper/silicon nitride interface edge with nanoscale singular stress field
2433/109950 Murata, Hidenobu 2009/05/01 Phonon states of Ag doped potassium halides, KX:Ag+ (X=Cl, Br and I), are computed by a first principles lattice dynamic method using 64-atoms supercells. Results are compared to experimental data in literature. Phonon density of states of host KCl and KI crystals satisfactorily agree to the experimental inelastic neutron scattering data. Experimental frequencies of the impurity-induced infra-red (IR) and Raman active modes in the low frequency region are reasonably well reproduced because the vibrations are localized within the first nearest neighbour anions of the Ag+-ion. On the other hand, limitations of present calculations to reproduce the high frequency impurity-induced modes are pointed out. They are less localized to the Ag+-ion. 1003 1345-9678 5 MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS 999 50 Japan Institute of Metals first principles calculations First Principles Lattice Dynamics Calculations of Ag+ Doped KX (X = Cl, Br and I)
2433/198772 Yamamoto, Shinpei 2014/05/22 We revealed the inherent instability of α''-Fe16N2 in hydrogenous atmospheres due to the denitrification toward α-Fe by forming NH3 at the particle surface. Coating the particle surface with SiO2 to suppress the formation of NH3 has proven to be a simple yet powerful method to enhance the stability of α''-Fe16N2 in hydrogenous atmospheres. Accepted 14 Apr 2014. 7043 1359-7345 53 Chemical communications 7040 50 Royal Society of Chemistry Stability of α''-Fe16N2 in hydrogenous atmospheres
2433/64564 Misawa, Masashi 2001/01/01 134 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 123 1181 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON A HOLDER REGULARITY OF GRADIENTS FOR EVOLUTIONAL $P$-LAPLACIAN SYSTEMS (Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/50523 Tokunaga, Ken 2006/04/21 0021-9606 15 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS http://link.aip.org/link/?jcp/124/154303 124 AMER INST PHYSICS Vibronic coupling in benzene cation and anion: Vibronic coupling and frontier electron density in Jahn-Teller molecules
2433/26706 Nishide, Katsumasa 2006/09/01 We extend a market model of Kyle (1984) to a multi-period mar- ket model in which market makers are imperfectly competitive. When there are only a finite number of market makers who try to maximize their expected profits, Kyle's λ, price sensitivity to the order ow, is higher than that of Kyle (1985), who assumes perfect competition among risk-neutral market makers. We show that in a multi-period setting, the price movement has a negative serial correlation as Roll (1984) and Glosten and Milgrom (1985). 85 京都大学大学院経済学研究科Working Paper 京都大学大学院経済学研究科 Kyle's model Insider Trading with Imperfectly Competitive Market Makers
2433/25149 Nakamura, Tohru 2004/01/01 112 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 102 1353 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic behavior of spherically symmetric solutions to the compressible Navier-Stokes equations with external forces (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/50059 Waki, T 2006/02/01 1098-0121 6 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v73/p064419 73 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Bi and Sr substitution effects on the spin-gap system Pb2V3O9
2433/62569 Atsushiba, Sachiko 1998/11/01 58 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 44 1071 京都大学数理解析研究所 NONLINEAR ERGODIC THEOREMS FOR ALMOST NONEXPANSIVE CURVES (Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/42633 Ichinobe, Kunio 2002/12/01 62 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 48 1296 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the relation between Borel sum and classical solution for Cauchy problem of Airy's and Beam's PDE (Deformation of differential equations and asymptotic analysis)
2433/25148 Nishihara, Kenji 2004/01/01 101 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 92 1353 京都大学数理解析研究所 Nonlinear Stability of Strong Rarefaction Waves for Compressible Navier-Stokes Equations (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/25386 Hibino, Masaki 2004/04/01 86 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 73 1367 京都大学数理解析研究所 Borel Summability of Divergent Solutions for Singularly Perturbed First Order Linear Ordinary Differential Equations (Global and asymptotic analysis of differential equations in the complex domain)
2433/60097 Ma, W.B. 1996/02/01 160 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 147 940 京都大学数理解析研究所 INSTABILITY ANALYSIS OF NONLINEAR NEUTRAL DIFFERENTIAL DIFFERENCE SYSTEMS WITH INFINITE DELAYS(The Functional and Algebraic Method for Differential Equations)
2433/97998 Deguchi, Yasuo 2010/02/01 65 京都大学文学部哲学研究室紀要 : Prospectus 50 12 京都大学大学院文学研究科哲学研究室 Robustness, Reality and The Transcendental : Open Letters to Kerstin Knight
2433/76931 Phala, Heng 1981/07/15 105 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 88 59 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Kinetic Studies on the Carbonylation of Amine Using Compressed Carbon Dioxide and Hydrogen (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Yoshimasa Takezaki on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/47634 Suzuki, Mami 2005/07/01 198 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 188 1445 京都大学数理解析研究所 Holomorphic Solutions of a Functional Equation (Functional Equations and Complex Systems)
2433/171860 UEDA, YOSHIHIRO 2012/03/01 94 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 85 1782 京都大学数理解析研究所 DECAY STRUCTURE OF REGULARITY-LOSS TYPE FOR SYMMETRIC HYPERBOLIC SYSTEMS WITH RELAXATION (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/210353 Terashima, Seiji 2016/03/01 In this note we exactly compute the gaugino condensation of an arbitrary four dimensionalcc (Formula presented.) supersymmetric gauge theory in confining phase, using the localization technique. This result gives a nonperturbative proof of the Dijkgraaf-Vafa conjecture. 1029-8479 Journal of High Energy Physics 2016 Springer Berlin Heidelberg Supersymmetric gauge theory A nonperturbative proof of Dijkgraaf-Vafa conjecture
2433/50105 Ehara, M 2006/03/28 0021-9606 12 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS http://link.aip.org/link/?jcp/124/124311 124 AMER INST PHYSICS Symmetry-dependent vibrational excitation in N 1s photoionization of N-2: Experiment and theory
2433/50099 Nakata, M 2002/04/01 5439 0021-9606 13 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 5432 http://link.aip.org/link/?jcp/116/5432 116 AMER INST PHYSICS Density matrix variational theory: Application to the potential energy surfaces and strongly correlated systems
2433/50119 Giri, S 2000/05/01 12240 1098-0121 18 PHYSICAL REVIEW B 12233 http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v61/p12233 61 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Mn-55 NMR and NQR study of the cubic Laves-phase compound UMn2
2433/161783 Moriwake, Hiroki 2011/09/01 First-principles calculations of various phases of CdTiO3 carried out with the aim of obtaining insights into the mechanism of the ferroelectric phase transition and the structure of the low-temperature ferroelectric phase are reported. The results indicate that the preferred symmetry of the low-temperature phase is Pna2_1, rather than P21ma, corresponding to a small relative shift of the Ti and O ions in the paraelectric Pnma phase with the polarization axis parallel to the long axis. Calculated phonon dispersion curves show a distinct soft mode at the Γ point of the Pnma phase, which vanishes in the Pna2_1 phase, confirming that the transition to the ferroelectric phase is of the soft-mode displacive type. Calculations of perovskite CaTiO3, which also has an orthorhombic Pnma structure at room temperature but, unlike CdTiO3, does not exhibit a ferroelectric phase transition down to 4.2 K, were also carried out to help characterize the factors controlling ferroelectric phase transitions in perovskite titanates. 1098-0121 10 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevB.84.104114 84 American Physical Society First-principles calculations of lattice dynamics in CdTiO3 and CaTiO3: Phase stability and ferroelectricity
2433/53433 NORIMOTO, Misato 1976/03/31 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 152 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 106 59/60 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Dielectric Properties of Wood
2433/62263 Tsushima, Ryuji 1998/06/01 57 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 42 1052 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the Dimension Formula for the Spaces of Siegel Cusp Forms of Half Integral Weight and Degree Two (Automorphic Forms and Number Theory)
2433/124984 XIE, Pingping 1992/03/01 18 0454-7675 1 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 1 42 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Estimation of Rainfall on the Japanese Islands and Their Adjacent Ocean from Satellite (GMS) Infrared Imagery
2433/193257 Shiraga, K 2014/12/21 Water conformation around hydrophobic side chains of four amino acids (glycine, L-alanine, L-aminobutyric acid, and L-norvaline) was investigated via changes in complex dielectric constant in the terahertz (THz) region. Each of these amino acids has the same hydrophilic backbone, with successive additions of hydrophobic straight methylene groups (-CH2-) to the side chain. Changes in the degree of hydration (number of dynamically retarded water molecules relative to bulk water) and the structural conformation of the water hydrogen bond (HB) network related to the number of methylene groups were quantitatively measured. Since dielectric responses in the THz region represent water relaxations and water HB vibrations at a sub-picosecond and picosecond timescale, these measurements characterized the water relaxations and HB vibrations perturbed by the methylene apolar groups. We found each successive straight -CH2- group on the side chain restrained approximately two hydrophobic hydration water molecules. Additionally, the number of non-hydrogen-bonded (NHB) water molecules increased slightly around these hydrophobic side chains. The latter result seems to contradict the iceberg model proposed by Frank and Evans, where water molecules are said to be more ordered around apolar surfaces. Furthermore, we compared the water-hydrophilic interactions of the hydrophilic amino acid backbone with those with the water-hydrophobic interactions around the side chains. As the hydrophobicity of the side chain increased, the ordering of the surrounding water HB network was altered from that surrounding the hydrophilic amino acid backbone, thereby diminishing the fraction of NHB water and ordering the surrounding tetrahedral water HB network. 0021-9606 23 The Journal of chemical physics 141 American Institute of Physics Hydration and hydrogen bond network of water around hydrophobic surface investigated by terahertz spectroscopy.
2433/195182 Uechi, Lisa 2013/10/01 107 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 91 1853 京都大学数理解析研究所 非線形競合現象における保存則と安定性 : システムの外部摂動からの回復現象 Conservation law and Stability in Competitive Systems : Restoration phenomena from external perturbation (Theory of Biomathematics and Its Applications IX)
2433/194991 Katayama, Soichiro 2013/07/01 88 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 69 1842 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic Behavior for Systems of Nonlinear Wave Equations with Multiple Speeds in 3D (Geometric Aspect of Partial Differential Equations and Conservation Laws)
2433/176808 KAJIWARA, Kenji 2009/10/01 73 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 53 B13 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35C08 Bilinearization and Casorati Determinant Solutions to Non-autonomous 1+1 Dimensional Discrete Soliton Equations (Expansion of Integrable Systems)
2433/174121 KOIKE, Tatsuya 2007/03/01 127 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 99 B2 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the Hamiltonian structures of the second and the fourth Painleve hierarchies, and the degenerate Garnier systems(Algebraic, Analytic and Geometric Aspects of Complex Differential Equations and their Deformations. Painleve Hierarchies)
2433/58371 Nara, Mitsunori 2006/06/01 73 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 59 1498 京都大学数理解析研究所 Stability of traveling waves in curvature flows in the whole plane(Mechanism of temporal and spatial patterns in reaction-diffusion systems)
2433/157137 Onda, Maki 1999/09/24 本文データは平成22年度国立国会図書館の学位論文(博士)のデジタル化実施により作成された画像ファイルを基にpdf変換したものである Kyoto University オボアルブミンの巻き戻り過程に関する研究 Studies on the Refolding Process of Ovalbumin
2433/66192 Kim, Ilho 2008/09/24 Kyoto University PPCPs PPCPｓの除去のための紫外線、オゾンおよび促進酸化処理の適用性に関する研究 Applicability of UV-based and O3-based Processes for the Reduction of Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products(PPCPs)
2433/128922 Ishii, Ryota 2010/04/01 Reflectance spectroscopy was performed for nonpolar and semipolar bulk GaN substrates under uniaxial stress. The exciton-transition energies and oscillator strengths clearly depended on uniaxial stress. The results were interpreted by group theory on excitons and analyzed in terms of the effective Hamiltonian proposed by Bir and Pikus. In the Hamiltonian, the short-range Coulomb interaction was taken into consideration. This approach allows all exciton deformation potentials to be determined without the quasicubic approximation and we found that the exciton deformation potentials in GaN considerably deviate from the quasicubic approximation. 1098-0121 15 Physical Review B 81 American Physical Society All deformation potentials in GaN determined by reflectance spectroscopy under uniaxial stress: Definite breakdown of the quasicubic approximation
2433/188914 Yamamoto, Toshihiro 2014/09/01 A new Monte Carlo method to calculate two types of kinetics parameters, the effective delayed neutron fraction (βeff) and the prompt neutron generation time (Λ), is proposed in this paper. The new method uses perturbation techniques in which extra delayed neutrons or a fictitious 1/v-absorber is added to the unperturbed system to calculate the βeff or Λ, respectively. In the new method, the perturbation is added as a complex-valued perturbation. This paper conjectures that the change in the eigenvalue due to the perturbation is accurately approximated by the imaginary part of the eigenvalue of the complex-valued perturbed equation. The conjecture is corroborated by certain numerical tests presented in this paper. A Monte Carlo calculation algorithm is established to solve the complex-valued perturbed eigenvalue equation. One single Monte Carlo calculation to solve the complex-valued eigenvalue equation yields highly accurate approximations of the exact kinetics parameters with much less computational costs compared with the previously proposed method that uses multiple Monte Carlo runs. 488 0306-4549 Annals of Nuclear Energy 480 71 Elsevier Ltd. Monte Carlo A new concept of Monte Carlo kinetics parameter calculation using complex-valued perturbation
2433/42314 Yamada, Masahiro 2002/07/01 29 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 22 1277 京都大学数理解析研究所 Carleson inequalities in weighted harmonic Bergman spaces, $0 < p \le 1$ (Harmonic, Analytic function spaces and Linear Operators, II)
2433/46120 堀場, 信吉 1937/12/30 451 6 物理化學の進歩 439 11 日本物理化學研究會 化學反應速度の熱解析 Thermal analysis of chemical reaction velocity
2433/61705 SUGAWA, TOSHIYUKI 1997/12/01 86 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 77 1022 京都大学数理解析研究所 uniformly perfect UNIFORM PERFECTNESS OF THE LIMIT SETS AND TRANSLATION LENGTHS OF KLEINIAN GROUPS(Analysis of Discrete Groups II)
2433/62390 Ito, Akio 1998/08/01 62 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 51 1061 京都大学数理解析研究所 Periodic Stability for Nonlinear Systems Generated by Time-Dependent Subdifferentials
2433/42009 Tri, Nguyen Minh 2002/05/01 149 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 140 1261 京都大学数理解析研究所 Gevrey Regularity of Solutions of Semilinear Hypoelliptic Equations on the Plane (Microlocal Analysis and Related Topics)
2433/47056 Hongo, Masaru 1978/08/20 9 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 1 48 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Viscosity of hydrogen and of hydrogen-ammonia mixtures under pressures
2433/47050 Shimizu, Kiyoshi 1977/12/25 89 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 80 47 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Effect of pressure on dissociation of ion pairs : MnSO4, CuSO4 and ZnSO4
2433/46514 Horiba, Shinkichi 1937/12/25 201 0034-6675 3 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 189 11 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Thermal analysis of chemical reaction velocity
2433/89741 SOMA, Toshinobu 1978/12/20 A local Heine-Abarenkov model potential satisfying the energy minimum condition of the crystal is presented for alkali metals. The remaining parameter is determined from the first zero of the original pseudopotential by Animalu and Heine themselves using the atomic energy levels from spectroscopic data. The local Heine-Abarenkov potential obtained is noticeably different for Li from the previous models. Then, the crystal energy, pressure and bulk modulus of alkali metals are calculated and compared with the results of the previous models by other workers. The third order contributions are also investigated, and their effects are not negligible but small for alkali metals except Li. この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 196 0527-2997 3 物性研究 181 31 物性研究刊行会 Local Heine-Abarenkov Potential of Alkali Metals
2433/82984 TAKAHASHI, Shingo 1992/09/01 142 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 130 809 京都大学数理解析研究所 Equivalence between a Finite Antomaton and a Petri Net(Complex Systems with Decision Makers)
2433/59579 ISHII, Katsuyuki 1995/06/01 67 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 54 913 京都大学数理解析研究所 On unbounded viscosity solutions of nonlinear second order partial differential equations(Nonlinear Evolutions Equations and Their Applications)
2433/46813 Monobe, Kazuo 1961/08/01 60 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 50 31 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on the electrochemical properties of copolymers of maleic acid, V : viscometric behaviors
2433/76116 Sakaguchi, Fumio 1966/08/10 167 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 155 44 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Cocrystallization and Crystalline Transformations in Copolymers of Butene-1 and Olefins (Special Issue on Polymer Chemistry, III)
2433/83870 Mizohata, Kiyoshi 1994/03/01 20 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 10 862 京都大学数理解析研究所 Spherically symmetric solutions to the compressible Euler equation with an external force(Mathematical Analyasis of Phenomena in Fluid and Plasma Dynamics)
2433/84044 Mori, Hiroyoshi 1994/05/01 144 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 138 871 京都大学数理解析研究所 On checkers, Self-Testers, and Self-Debuggers
2433/82568 KENMOCHI, N. 1992/05/01 175 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 166 785 京都大学数理解析研究所 Parabolic Variational Inequality for the Cahn-Hilliard Equation with Constraint(Evolution Equations and Nonlinear Problems)
2433/141102 OU, WINSTON 2009/11/01 44 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 39 1667 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 42B25 THE HARDY-LITTLEWOOD MAXIMAL FUNCTION, $A_\infty$, AND THE BELLMAN FUNCTION TECHNIQUE (The geometrical structure of Banach spaces and Function spaces and its applications)
2433/140674 NAKAMURA, Tohru 2009/04/01 89 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 80 1645 京都大学数理解析研究所 Convergence rate toward planar stationary solution for the compressible Navier-Stokes equation in half space (Mathematical Physics and Application of Nonlinear Wave Phenomena)
2433/81455 Suzuki, Mami 2008/02/01 62 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 53 1582 京都大学数理解析研究所 Analytic Solutions of a nonlinear two variables Difference System (Modeling and Complex analysis for functional equations)
2433/141240 Takashima, Ryuta 2010/02/01 59 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 49 1675 京都大学数理解析研究所 Reversibility, Operating Flexibility, and Asset Returns in Competitive Equilibrium (Financial Modeling and Analysis)
2433/41127 Lope, Jose Ernie C. 2001/06/01 104 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 96 1211 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Sharp Existence and Uniqueness Theorem for Linear Fuchsian Partial Differential Equations (Asymptotic Analysis and Microlocal Analysis of PDE)
2433/140572 Akagi, Goro 2009/04/01 66 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 56 1640 京都大学数理解析研究所 Doubly nonlinear evolution equations and dynamical systems (Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Mathematical Modeling)
2433/141601 Nakaguchi, Etsushi 2010/06/01 150 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 143 1693 京都大学数理解析研究所 Dimension estimate of global attractors for a chemotaxis-growth system and its discretizations (Nonlinear evolution equations and mathematical modeling)
2433/141609 URANO, Michio 2010/06/01 67 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 57 1693 京都大学数理解析研究所 Transition layers for a bistable reaction-diffusion equation in heterogeneous media (Nonlinear evolution equations and mathematical modeling)
2433/194670 MIYAKE, HIROMICHI 2013/01/01 180 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 173 1821 京都大学数理解析研究所 MEAN ERGODIC THEOREMS FOR ASYMPTOTIC ISOMETRY SEMIGROUPS IN BANACH SPACES (Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/174047 HIEBER, MATTHIAS 2007/03/01 165 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 159 B1 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35Q30 THE NAVIER-STOKES FLOW FOR GLOBALLY LIPSCHITZ CONTINUOUS INITIAL DATA(Kyoto Conference on the Navier-Stokes Equations and their Applications)
2433/170787 Iglesias, Andres 2011/04/01 223 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 213 1735 京都大学数理解析研究所 Combining Functional Equations and Computer Algebra Systems with Regard to XXI Century Mathematics Education (Computer Algebra Systems and Education : A research about Effective Use of CAS in Mathematics Education)
2433/47363 Shirai, Akira 2005/05/01 106 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 94 1431 京都大学数理解析研究所 Maillet Type Theorem for Singular First Order Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations of Totally Characteristic Type (Microlocal Analysis and Related Topics)
2433/52816 SUGIHARA, Hikoichi 1955/09/01 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 74 0049-7916 木材研究 : 京都大學木材研究所報告 60 15 京都大學木材研究所 A theoretical Study on Temperature Distribution of circular Saw-blade
2433/91079 Kawaji, S. 1983/07/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 64 0527-2997 4 物性研究 57 40 物性研究刊行会 18. Localization in Two Dimensions : Experiments in Silicon Inversion Layers(Experiments,II Two Dimensional Systems)
2433/207841 ICHINOBE, KUNIO 2013/04/01 94 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 81 B40 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35C10 Summability of formal solution of Cauchy problem for some PDE with variable coefficients (Recent development of micro-local analysis for the theory of asymptotic analysis)
2433/188534 Tonegawa, S 2014/06/19 Since the 1985 discovery of the phase transition at THO=17.5 K in the heavy-fermion metal URu2Si2, neither symmetry change in the crystal structure nor large magnetic moment that can account for the entropy change has been observed, which makes this hidden order enigmatic. Recent high-field experiments have suggested electronic nematicity that breaks fourfold rotational symmetry, but direct evidence has been lacking for its ground state in the absence of magnetic field. Here we report on the observation of lattice symmetry breaking from the fourfold tetragonal to twofold orthorhombic structure by high-resolution synchrotron X-ray diffraction measurements at zero field, which pins down the space symmetry of the order. Small orthorhombic symmetry-breaking distortion sets in at THO with a jump, uncovering the weakly first-order nature of the hidden-order transition. This distortion is observed only in ultrapure samples, implying a highly unusual coupling nature between the electronic nematicity and underlying lattice. 直接観測された物質物理学の謎「隠れた秩序」. 京都大学プレスリリース. 2014-06-19. 2041-1723 Nature communications 5 Nature Publishing Group Physical sciences Direct observation of lattice symmetry breaking at the hidden-order transition in URu_2Si_2.
2433/24207 Kimoto, Tsunenobu 2001/06/01 6109 0021-8979 11 Journal of Applied Physics 6105 http://link.aip.org/link/?jap/89/6105 89 American Institute of Physics Chemical vapor deposition and deep level analyses of 4H-SiC(11(2)over-bar0)
2433/147241 Waki, T. 2011/09/01 We have succeeded in synthesising iron–tungsten nitrides using the hot isostatic pressing (HIP) method and have measured their magnetic properties. Two η-carbide-type iron–tungsten nitrides with lattice constants a = 11.043(1) and 10.937(2) Å were synthesised directly from metal elements under high-pressure nitrogen gas. Their compositions are expected to be Fe3W3N and Fe6W6N in analogy with other η-carbide-type compounds. Fe3W3N is a ferromagnet with a Curie temperature TC = 110 K and a saturation moment PS = 0.78μB/Fe, whereas Fe6W6N is an antiferromagnet with a Néel temperature TN = 75 K and shows a metamagnetic transition at around 25 T. 9455 0925-8388 39 Journal of Alloys and Compounds 9451 509 Elsevier B.V. Nitride materials HIP synthesis of η-carbide-type nitrides Fe3W3N and Fe6W6N and their magnetic properties
2433/194153 Matsuda, Naoki 2012/07/20 A finite-difference time-domain technique for nonlinear elastic media is proposed, which can be applied to analyze finite amplitude elastic waves in solids. The kinematic and the material nonlinearities are considered, employing a general expression for the strain energy of an isotropic solid containing the second- and third-order terms of the strain components. The accuracy of the proposed technique is demonstrated by comparison with the analytical solution for the plane longitudinal wave propagation with finite amplitude. Two-dimensional simulations are performed to demonstrate the effectiveness of this formulation for Lamb waves. First, numerical simulations without the nonlinear effects are carried out, and the spectral peaks obtained from the calculated waveforms are shown to agree well with the theoretical dispersion curves of Lamb waves. As an example with the nonlinear effects, the harmonic generation in Lamb wave propagation is also demonstrated. The results show that the growth of the second-harmonic mode occurs for an incident-wave frequency selected in accordance with the analytical phase matching condition. 0021-4922 7S Japanese Journal of Applied Physics 51 Japan Society of Applied Physics A Finite-Difference Time-Domain Technique for Nonlinear Elastic Media and Its Application to Nonlinear Lamb Wave Propagation
2433/207646 Yamaoki, Yudai 2015/12/04 Functional RNAs that switch their activities in response to K(+) may sense the intracellular (100 mM) and extracellular (5 mM) K(+) concentrations and regulate their functions accordingly. Previously, we developed a quadruplex hammerhead ribozyme (QHR) whose conformational change, from a duplex to a G-quadruplex, triggered by K(+) results in expression of the activity. However, this QHR required heating and cooling treatment (annealing) to induce the K(+)-responsive conformational change and activity. Here, we developed a new quadruplex hammerhead ribozyme (QHR) system that does not require annealing to induce the K(+)-responsive conformational change and activity. This system is composed of QHR and a G-quadruplex-forming complementary DNA strand (QCS). In the absence of K(+), QCS formed a duplex with QHR, which suppressed the residual activity. Upon elevation of the K(+) concentration, QCS dissociated from QHR was trapped in a G-quadruplex, and then QHR could form a G-quadruplex and exerted the activity. The 11.6-fold higher activity was induced by K(+) with an EC50 value of 23 mM, but not by Na(+), which is desirable when the activity switching between the intra-/extracellular environment is aimed at. This is the first report of the activation of functional RNA through a 'dual G-quadruplex formation system'. 31 0006-291X 1-2 Biochemical and biophysical research communications 27 468 Elsevier Inc. G-quadruplex K(+)-responsive off-to-on switching of hammerhead ribozyme through dual G-quadruplex formation requiring no heating and cooling treatment.
2433/64569 Ito, Akio 2001/01/01 79 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 62 1181 京都大学数理解析研究所 Inertial Sets for Phase Transition Models Induced by the Variational Principles (Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/50007 Fujiwara, Y 2002/01/01 0556-2813 1 PHYSICAL REVIEW C http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRC/v65/p014002 65 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Resonating-group study of baryon-baryon interactions for the complete baryon octet: NN interaction
2433/50559 Ishizaki, A 2005/07/01 0021-9606 1 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS http://link.aip.org/link/?jcp/123/014503 123 AMER INST PHYSICS Multidimensional vibrational spectroscopy for tunneling processes in a dissipative environment
2433/59009 UEDA, Yoshihiro 2007/02/01 171 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 151 1536 京都大学数理解析研究所 Large time behavior of solutions to a semilinear hyperbolic system with relaxation(Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/25634 Yamaguchi, Masaru 2004/05/01 30 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1377 京都大学数理解析研究所 String Equation and One Dimensional Quasiperiodic Dynamical Systems (Diophantine phenomena in differential equations and dynamical systems)
2433/83841 Naito, Koichiro 1994/03/01 114 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 95 861 京都大学数理解析研究所 Periodic Stability of Nonlinear Flexible Systems(Nonlinear Analysis and Mathematical Economics)
2433/124798 KOBORI, Takuji 1971/03/01 329 0454-7675 4 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 289 20 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University The Dynamical Ground Compliance of a Rectangular Foundation on a Viscoelastic Stratum
2433/100507 Yokouchi, Hirofumi 1988/04/01 208 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 186 655 京都大学数理解析研究所 Categorical combinator A rewriting system for categorical combinators with multiple arguments
2433/82361 Tanaka, Kazunaga 1991/11/01 128 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 110 770 京都大学数理解析研究所 Homoclinic orbits in a first order superquadratic Hamiltonian system
2433/195644 DU, YIHONG 2014/04/01 133 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 121 1881 京都大学数理解析研究所 SPREADING-VANISHING DICHOTOMY IN NONLINEAR STEFAN PROBLEMS (Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems and Their Applications)
2433/174055 Antontsev, S.N. 2007/03/01 41 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 21 B1 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35Q30 Navier-Stokes equations with absorption under slip boundary conditions: existence, uniqueness and extinction in time(Kyoto Conference on the Navier-Stokes Equations and their Applications)
2433/173121 Ikoma, Hideaki 2013/04/01 In this paper, we study the asymptotic behavior of the successive minima associated with high powers of a Hermitian invertible sheaf on an arithmetic variety. As a consequence, we prove that the arithmetic [^X]-volume function, which is introduced by Yuan, is homogeneous, birationally invariant, and continuous on the arithmetic Picard group. We also obtain the arithmetic Hilbert-Samuel formula for vertically nef Hermitian invertible sheaves. 302 1056-3911 2 Journal of Algebraic Geometry 249 22 University Press Boundedness of the successive minima on arithmetic varieties
2433/53353 NAKATSUBO, Fumiaki 1981/03/30 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 118 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 59 67 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Enzymic Dehydrogenation of p-Coumaryl Alcohol and Syntheses of Oligolignols
2433/58068 Hosaka, Kenshi 2006/04/01 179 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 164 1482 京都大学数理解析研究所 Hierarchical model Triviality of Hierarchical $P(\phi)$Model(Applications of Renormalization Group Methods in Mathematical Sciences)
2433/47461 Aso, Masayasu 2005/06/01 44 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 22 1436 京都大学数理解析研究所 Quasi-variational inequalities for phase transitions (Evolution Equations and Asymptotic Analysis of Solutions)
2433/74917 Imanishi, Yukio 1965/03/23 Kyoto University カチオン重合における移動反応 Transfer reactions in cationic polymerization
2433/86295 Tamada, Osamu 1980/09/24 Kyoto University 珪酸塩鉱物におけるイオン性結合エネルギーと原子の実効電荷 The Ionic Bonding Energy and Effective Atomic Charge of Several Silicate Minerals
2433/157064 Fukuda, Katsuya 1999/03/23 本文データは平成22年度国立国会図書館の学位論文(博士)のデジタル化実施により作成された画像ファイルを基にpdf変換したものである Kyoto University 増加入力及び急減圧に伴う限界熱流束の研究 Critical Heat Fluxes Caused by An Increasing Heat Input and A Rapid Depressurization
2433/198599 Nasser, Mohamed M. S. 2015/02/06 236 0916-7005 1 Japan Journal of Industrial and Applied Mathematics 205 32 Springer Japan Potential flows A fast computational method for potential flows in multiply connected coastal domains
2433/158744 Suganuma, Yoshitake 2011/07/20 We observed fluorescence excitation spectra and dispersed fluorescence spectra for single vibronic level excitation of jet-cooled perylene-h 12 and perylene-d 12, and carefully examined the vibrational structures of the S0[1] A g and S1[1] B 2u states. We performed vibronic assignments on the basis of the results of ab initio calculation, and found that the vibrational energies in the S1 state are very similar to those in the S0 state, indicating that the potential energy curves are not changed much upon electronic excitation. We conclude that the small structural change is the main cause of its slow radiationless transition and high fluorescence quantum yield at the zero-vibrational level in the S1 state. It has been already reported that the lifetime of perylene is remarkably short at specific vibrational levels in the S1 state. Here, we show that the mode-selective nonradiative process is internal conversion (IC) to the S0 state, and the ν16(a g ) in-plane ring deforming vibration is the promoting (doorway) mode in the S1 state which enhances vibronic coupling with the high-vibrational level (b 2u ) of the S0 state. 1840 0026-8976 14 Molecular Physics 1831 109 Taylor & Francis perylene Mode-selective internal conversion of perylene
2433/86206 Kumagai, Yu 2009/08/01 The local atomic and electronic structures of the Na and K impurities and the vacancy at the Ca site (NaCa, KCa, and VCa), and their induced electrostatic potentials in Ca2 CuO2 Cl2 have been investigated by using the GGA+U approach. It is found that NaCa and KCa are markedly relaxed toward the Cl plane from the original Ca site. When VCa exists, its neighboring Ca approaches the vacancy site, and Cl and O are relaxed outwardly. From the analyses of the local electrostatic potentials at the Cu and O sites, we found that the NaCa -induced potential is almost the same as the KCa -induced potential, and the VCa -induced potential is about twice as large. The defect-induced potentials are modeled by point charges under a dielectric medium. The atomic relaxation is found to increase the effective dielectric constants approximately threefold, indicating the importance of its contribution to the screening of the potential. The stabilization energies of small polarons obtained by the total energy differences are close to the potential energies. These results suggest that the interaction between the polaron and defects is well described by a positive charge of the polaron under the defect-induced electrostatic potential. 1098-0121 8 Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics 80 American Physical Society First-principles study of defect-induced potentials in Ca2CuO2Cl2
2433/202634 Seko, Atsuto 2015/08/31 Interatomic potentials have been widely used in atomistic simulations such as molecular dynamics. Recently, frameworks to construct accurate interatomic potentials that combine a set of density functional theory (DFT) calculations with machine learning techniques have been proposed. One of these methods is to use compressed sensing to derive a sparse representation for the interatomic potential. This facilitates the control of the accuracy of interatomic potentials. In this study, we demonstrate the applicability of compressed sensing to deriving the interatomic potential of ten elemental metals, namely, Ag, Al, Au, Ca, Cu, Ga, In, K, Li, and Zn. For each elemental metal, the interatomic potential is obtained from DFT calculations using elastic net regression. The interatomic potentials are found to have prediction errors of less than 3.5 meV/atom, 0.03 eV/Å, and 0.15 GPa for the energy, force, and the stress tensor, respectively, which enable the accurate prediction of physical properties such as lattice constants and the phonon dispersion relationship. 1098-0121 5 Physical Review B 92 American Physical Society First-principles interatomic potentials for ten elemental metals via compressed sensing
2433/191210 Hinuma, Yoyo 2014/10/03 The band lineup, or alignment, of semiconductors is investigated via first-principles calculations based on density functional theory (DFT) and many-body perturbation theory (MBPT). Twenty-one semiconductors including C, Si, and Ge in the diamond structure, BN, AlP, AlAs, AlSb, GaP, GaAs, GaSb, InP, InAs, InSb, ZnS, ZnSe, ZnTe, CdS, CdSe, and CdTe in the zinc-blende structure, and GaN and ZnO in the wurtzite structure are considered in view of their fundamental and technological importance. Band alignments are determined using the valence and conduction band offsets from heterointerface calculations, the ionization potential (IP) and electron affinity (EA) from surface calculations, and the valence band maximum and conduction band minimum relative to the branch point energy, or charge neutrality level, from bulk calculations. The performance of various approximations to DFT and MBPT, namely the Perdew-Burke-Ernzerhof (PBE) semilocal functional, the Heyd-Scuseria-Ernzerhof (HSE) hybrid functional, and the GW approximation with and without vertex corrections in the screened Coulomb interaction, is assessed using the GWΓ[1] approximation as a reference, where first-order vertex corrections are included in the self-energy. The experimental IPs, EAs, and band offsets are well reproduced by GWΓ[1] for most of the semiconductor surfaces and heterointerfaces considered in this study. The PBE and HSE functionals show sizable errors in the IPs and EAs, in particular for group II-VI semiconductors with wide band gaps, but are much better in the prediction of relative band positions or band offsets due to error cancellation. The performance of the GW approximation is almost on par with GWΓ[1] as far as relative band positions are concerned. The band alignments based on average interfacial band offsets for all pairs of 17 semiconductors and branch point energies agree with explicitly calculated interfacial band offsets with small mean absolute errors of both ∼0.1eV, indicating a good overall transitivity of the band offsets. The alignment based on IPs from selected nonpolar surfaces performs comparably well in the prediction of band offsets at most of the considered interfaces. The maximum errors are, however, as large as 0.3, 0.4, and 0.7 eV for the alignments based on the average band offsets, branch point energies, and IPs, respectively. This margin of error should be taken into account when performing materials screening using these alignments. 1098-0121 15 Physical Review B 90 American Physical Society Band alignment of semiconductors from density-functional theory and many-body perturbation theory
2433/64398 Brattka, Vasco 2000/09/01 75 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 62 1169 京都大学数理解析研究所 Realistic models of computability on the real numbers (Relevance and Feasibility of Mathematical Analysis on the Computer)
2433/45688 Shew, Chwen-Yang 2007/04/14 The diMarzio theory has been extended to elucidate the intermolecular and intramolecular phase segregations of a single flexible chain polyelectrolyte in dilute salt-free solutions. At the long chain limit, this theory yields the formalism obtained from the more sophisticated Edward Hamiltonian for polyelectrolyte problems. The calculated phase diagram exhibits the features of a first-order phase transition, with continuous and discontinuous transitions separated by a critical point. Under the discontinuous transition, the polyelectrolyte chain exhibits coexistent expanded and collapsed conformational states, same as intermolecular phase segregation. For a limiting long chain, the mean chain size at critical point is roughly 90% of the size of an ideal chain. Such a result implies that partial contraction within a chain molecule is required to collapse a flexible polyelectrolyte chain. Moreover, the theory predicts that for a longer chain, intramolecular segregated conformations differ significantly from intermolecular segregated conformations, but the difference becomes small for shorter chains. Besides, the charge needed to induce intramolecular segregation is smaller than that of intermolecular segregation for a given chain length. These findings are consistent with previous literature results. (c) 2007 American Institute of Physics. 0021-9606 14 Journal of Chemical Physics 126 American Institute of Physics GIANT DNA-MOLECULES Mean field theory for the intermolecular and intramolecular conformational transitions of a single flexible polyelectrolyte chain
2433/24893 Kataoka, Kiyoomi 2005/01/01 36 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 22 1412 京都大学数理解析研究所 C.H. LEE'S RESULTS ON EXPONENTIAL CALCULUS OF MINIMUM TYPE PSEUDODIFFERENTIAL OPERATORS AND THEIR APPLICATION TO MICROLOCAL ENERGY METHODS (Recent Trends in Microlocal Analysis)
2433/61724 Matsuoka, Satoshi 1998/01/01 15 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1023 京都大学数理解析研究所 Towards a Higher Order Unification Based on Proof Nets(Type Theory and its Applications to Computer Systems)
2433/61853 Naito, Koichiro 1998/04/01 125 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 110 1031 京都大学数理解析研究所 Lower Estimates of Dimensions for Quasi Periodic Orbits(NONLINEAR ANALYSIS AND CONVEX ANALYSIS)
2433/41201 Ma, Wanbiao 2001/06/01 44 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 33 1216 京都大学数理解析研究所 Permanence of an $SIR$ Epidemic Model with Distributed Time Delays (Qualitative theory of functional equations and its application to mathematical science)
2433/41999 Lope, Jose Ernie C. 2002/05/01 67 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 56 1261 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Note on the Analytic Continuation of Solutions to Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations (Microlocal Analysis and Related Topics)
2433/47074 Nakayama, Toshihiro 1979/07/25 38 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 25 49 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Pressure effect on the eda complexes in solution
2433/25388 Balser, Werner 2004/04/01 102 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 95 1367 京都大学数理解析研究所 Formal solutions of the complex heat equation in higher spatial dimensions (Global and asymptotic analysis of differential equations in the complex domain)
2433/24875 Hattori, Tetsuya 2004/07/01 49 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 35 1386 京都大学数理解析研究所 Renormalization group approach to a generalization of the law of iterated logarithms for one-dimensional (non-Markovian) stochastic chains (Applications of Renormalization Group Methods in Mathematical Sciences)
2433/124832 OZAWA, Izuo 1973/08/01 45 0454-7675 2 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 27 23 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Observations of Vibrational Strains in Earthquakes, and Relations of the Maximum Amplitude s to the Seismic Magnitudes and the Epicentral Distances
2433/124883 KATO, Masaaki 1979/08/01 97 0454-7675 2 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 83 29 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Observations of Crustal Movements by Newly-Designed Horizontal Pendulum and Water-Tube Tiltmeters with Electromagnetic Transducers (2) ―Variations in the Amplitude and Phase of Tidal Tilts Observed with a Water-Tube Tiltmeter at Kamitakara―
2433/140415 HUANG, Feimin 2009/02/01 11 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1631 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic Stability of Combination of Viscous Contact Wave with Rarefaction Waves for 1-D Compressible Navier-Stokes System (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/172851 KANO, RISEI 2012/05/01 98 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 82 1792 京都大学数理解析研究所 The existence of solutions for tumor invasion problem equipped by the unknown diffusion (Analysis on non-equilibria and nonlinear phenomena : from the evolution equations point of view)
2433/170742 小林, 健太 2011/03/01 77 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 58 1733 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the interpolation constants over triangular elements (Mathematical foundation and development of algorithms for scientific computing) 三角形要素上の補間誤差定数について (科学技術計算アルゴリズムの数理的基盤と展開)
2433/170738 Takayasu, Akitoshi 2011/03/01 126 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 118 1733 京都大学数理解析研究所 A refinement technique to residual evaluation of Computer assisted proofs for Semilinear elliptic boundary value problems (Mathematical foundation and development of algorithms for scientific computing)
2433/170197 GYORY, Kalman 2010/08/01 84 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 71 1710 京都大学数理解析研究所 $S$-UNIT EQUATIONS IN NUMBER FIELDS : EFFECTIVE RESULTS, GENERALIZATIONS, ABC-CONJECTURE (Analytic number theory and related topics)
2433/47246 Nakamura, Tohru 2005/04/01 159 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 150 1425 京都大学数理解析研究所 Large-time behavior of spherically symmetric flow for viscous heat-conductive gas (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/58312 ASAKURA, FUMIOKI 2006/05/01 91 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 78 1495 京都大学数理解析研究所 WAVE-FRONT TRACKING FOR THE EQUATIONS OF NON-ISENTROPIC GAS DYNAMICS(Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics : A conference in honor of Professor Tai-Ping Liu on his 60th Birthday)
2433/198295 Ogawa, Takenobu 2013/07/25 A method using an image processing technique was developed to measure the moisture profile in pasta during its rehydration process. The method is based on the increase in sample color brightness with increasing moisture content. Compared to currently used methods, this method has the advantage that moisture contents around 0.1 kg-H[2]O/kg-d.m. can be easily measured at a spatial resolution of 1.6 μm. The moisture profiles obtained by this method suggested that penetration of water into small holes and cracks on the pasta surface, water diffusion in the pasta, and structural relaxation of the protein matrix play important roles in the rehydration mechanism. It was also suggested that starch granule gelatinization prevented water migration into the interior portion of the pasta. 1471 1935-5130 5 Food and Bioprocess Technology 1465 7 Springer US Digital camera Measurement of Moisture Profiles in Pasta During Rehydration Based on Image Processing
2433/187991 Iwahara, Naoya 2012/05/07 Vibronic couplings in C{60^-} anion are discussed on the basis of the concept of the vibronic coupling density (VCD) [T. Sato, K. Tokunaga, and K. Tanaka, J. Chem. Phys.124, 024314 (2006);K. Tokunaga, T. Sato, and K. Tanaka, J. Chem. Phys.124, 154303 (2006); and T. Sato, K. Tokunaga, and K. Tanaka, J. Phys. Chem. A112, 758 (2008)]. The VCD analysis clearly reveals that the coupling to the bending h g (2) mode is weaker than the coupling to the stretching h g (7) and h g (8) modes. For the vibronic couplings with the stretching modes, polarizations of the electron density difference on the bonds play a crucial role in the vibronic couplings. Such a polarized electron density difference appears as a result of the Coulomb interactions between the electrons in the lowest unoccupied molecular orbital and relevant doubly-occupied orbitals. 0021-9606 17 Journal of Chemical Physics 136 AIP Publishing Effect of Coulomb interactions on the vibronic couplings in C{60^-}
2433/161779 Koyama, Yukinori 2012/02/01 Co K-edge x-ray absorption near edge structures (XANES) of LiCoO2 and CoO2 with a variety of structures, and their orientation dependence, have been evaluated by density functional theory calculations using supercells with a core hole. The spectrum of the layered rocksalt LiCoO2, which is available by experiment, is well reproduced. The effects of the stacking sequence of layered structures and those of Li/Co arrangement in ordered rocksalt polymorphs on XANES are systematically investigated. The spectral shape is sensitive to the stacking sequence in the layered LiCoO2 polymorphs, while it is insensitive in the corresponding CoO2. On the other hand, the ordered-rocksalt polymorphs of LiCoO2 with different Li/Co arrangements exhibit similar spectra, while strong dependence on the manner of the ordering is found in CoO2. Although XANES is rich in information, the use of theoretical fingerprints is desirable for reliable analysis of the oxidation states and identification of the stacking sequence and the manner of ordering. 1098-0121 7 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevB.85.075129 85 American Physical Society Co K-edge XANES of LiCoO2 and CoO2 with a variety of structures by supercell density functional calculations with a core hole
2433/109930 Shinagawa, Tsutomu 2009/01/01 In the chemical ZnO deposition on Pd-catalyzed glass from aqueous dimethylamineborane (DMAB) solutions, effects of counteranions (NO_{3}^{-}, Cl−, ClO_{4}^{-}, and SO_{4}^{2-}) and dissolved oxygen (DO) on the hydrolysis behavior of Zn2+ and the growth regime of ZnO were studied using sodium and zinc salt solutions bubbled with O2, air, or Ar gas. The interaction of the counteranions with H+ and Pd as well as Zn2+ was suggested as an important factor for the chemical ZnO deposition, and it was found that only NO_{3}^{-} can raise the pH of a DMAB solution without DO, affording the continuous ZnO growth. Dissolved oxygen accelerated the ZnO nucleation process on the Pd and had less influence comparable to NO_{3}^{-} on the subsequent growth on the ZnO surface. The ZnO films deposited from Zn(NO3)2–DMAB solutions bubbled with O2, air, or Ar gas were characterized with an X-ray diffractometer, field emission scanning electron microscope, UV-visible spectrophotometer, and Hall coefficient analyzer. The Ar-bubbled solution gave superior ZnO films in terms of crystallinity, growth orientation, surface morphology, and electrical conductivity due to the relatively moderate crystal nucleation compared to in the presence of DO. H326 0013-4651 5 JOURNAL OF THE ELECTROCHEMICAL SOCIETY H320 156 Electrochemical Society electrical conductivity Effects of Counteranions and Dissolved Oxygen on Chemical ZnO Deposition from Aqueous Solutions
2433/215731 Jia, Jihui 2016/03/24 It has been reported for a long time that methane hydrate presents strain hardening, whereas the strength of normal ice weakens with increasing strain after an ultimate strength. However, the microscopic origin of these differences is not known. Here, we investigated the mechanical characteristics of methane hydrate and normal ice by compressive deformation test using molecular dynamics simulations. It is shown that methane hydrate exhibits strain hardening only if the hydrate is confined to a certain finite cross-sectional area that is normal to the compression direction. For normal ice, it does not present strain hardening under the same conditions. We show that hydrate guest methane molecules exhibit no long-distance diffusion when confined to a finite-size area. They appear to serve as non-deformable units that prevent hydrate structure failure, and thus are responsible for the strain-hardening phenomenon. 2045-2322 Scientific Reports 6 Nature Publishing Group Microscopic Origin of Strain Hardening in Methane Hydrate
2433/191330 Tamura, Keiichi 2014/08/01 The seismic design of highway bridges has been improved through the lessons learned from earthquake damage and advances in earthquake engineering. The Design Specifications for Highway Bridges, including a volume on seismic design, have been revised three times since the 1995 Kobe earthquake. This report presents the major changes and improvements in the seismic design techniques for highway bridge foundations with the effects of liquefaction and their background since the 1995 Kobe earthquake. Particular emphasis is placed on the liquefaction potential assessment, ductility design of pier and abutment foundations for liquefaction, and seismic design of pier foundations for liquefaction-induced ground flow. 882 0038-0806 4 Soils and Foundations 874 54 Elsevier B.V. with Japanese Geotechnical Society Seismic design Seismic design of highway bridge foundations with the effects of liquefaction since the 1995 Kobe earthquake
2433/63950 Ishihara, Kazuo 2000/04/01 56 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 50 1145 京都大学数理解析研究所 Iterative Methods for Eigenvalue Problems of a General Complex Matrix (Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations and Related Topics)
2433/63775 Kato, Mikio 2000/04/01 138 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 133 1136 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON ABSOLUTE NORMS ON $\Bbb{C}^2$ : the Geometric Aspect (Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/64204 Ishimura, Ryuichi 2000/06/01 140 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 135 1159 京都大学数理解析研究所 THE CONTINUATION OF HOLOMORPHIC SOLUTIONS TO CONVOLUTION EQUATIONS IN COMPLEX DOMAINS (Microlocal Analysis and PDE in the Complex Domain)
2433/64893 Ushijima, Teruo 2001/04/01 127 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 122 1198 京都大学数理解析研究所 二次元外部ラプラス問題のFEM-CSM近似解の誤差評価 (偏微分方程式の数値解法とその周辺II) An error estimate of an FEM-CSM combined method for planar exterior Laplace problems (Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations and Related Topics II)
2433/81554 Ei, Shin-Ichiro 2008/04/01 123 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 118 1588 京都大学数理解析研究所 Interactive dynamics of two interfaces in a reaction diffusion system (Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Mathematical Modeling)
2433/76383 Bando, Yoshichika 1972/01/31 348 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 342 49 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Substitution of Manganese Ions for Iron Ions in Dicalcium Ferrite
2433/65514 2007/03/01 76 1342-0321 ICR annual report 74 13 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Retirement
2433/76461 Shigematsu, Tsunenobu 1973/03/15 652 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 645 50 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Coprecipitation of Copper with Hydroxyapatite
2433/76458 1973/03/15 698 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 669 50 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Abstracts of the Papers Published in Other Journals by the Staff Members of the Institute from July, 1971 to June, 1972
2433/76579 1975/03/31 785 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 740 52 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Abstracts of the Papers Published by the Staff Members of the Institute from July, 1973 to June, 1974
2433/42067 Watanabe, Masaji 2002/05/01 8 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1265 京都大学数理解析研究所 ポリエチレン生分解に関する実験と理論に基づく数学モデルと数値シミュレーション (微分方程式の離散化手法と数値計算アルゴリズム) A Mathematical Model Based on Experimental and Theoretical Aspects of Polyethylene Biodegradation and a Numerical Simulation (Discretization Methods and Numerical Algorithms for Differential Equations)
2433/42838 Adachi, Shinji 2003/02/01 174 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 157 1307 京都大学数理解析研究所 A positive solution of semilinear elliptic equation with $G$-invariant nonlinearity (Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/41863 高橋, 泰嗣 2002/04/01 171 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 164 1253 京都大学数理解析研究所 On Tensor Matrices and Norm Inequalities (Common Ground between Functional Analysis and Mathematical Theory of Information)
2433/26096 Han, Qing 2004/11/01 116 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 100 1405 京都大学数理解析研究所 THE STRUCTURE AND MEASURE OF SINGULAR SETS OF SOLUTIONS TO ELLIPTIC EQUATIONS (Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/26098 Ichikawa, Yosuke 2004/11/01 137 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 131 1405 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Generalized Fermat-Steiner Problem with Free Ends (Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/42974 Miyazawa, Kazuhisa 2003/04/01 122 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 118 1314 京都大学数理解析研究所 Some examples of complete Kahler metrics for which the Neumann operator is compact (Workshop for young mathematicians on Several Complex Variables)
2433/41893 Yoshikawa, Kenichi 2002/04/01 214 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 208 1254 京都大学数理解析研究所 レーザーで遊ぶ非線形振動 (関数方程式の解のダイナミクスとその周辺) Nonlinear Oscillation Induced by Laser (Dynamics of Functional Equations and Related Topics)
2433/26050 Nakamura, Makoto 2004/11/01 30 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1401 京都大学数理解析研究所 On global solutions for wave equations under the null condition in 3 space dimensions (Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
2433/76686 1977/03/25 518 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 472 54 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Abstracts of the Papers Published by the Staff Members of the Institute from July, 1975 to June, 1976 (Special Issue on the Commemoration of the Fiftieth Anniversary)
2433/80879 Lee, Sungrim Seirin 2007/04/01 150 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 145 1551 京都大学数理解析研究所 Analysis of Dynamics in Two-prey, one-predator model:Effect of the Remained carcass(Theory of Biomathematics and its Applications III)
2433/46838 Nand, Krishna Chandra 1963/01/01 84 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 80 33 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Stability of lyophobic colloids : XVII. Role of adsorption of ions on the stability of the sols of hydrous ferric oxide in the medium of varying dielectric constant
2433/47825 高橋, 泰嗣 2005/11/01 69 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 65 1455 京都大学数理解析研究所 Functions related to some geometrical properties of Banach Spaces (Banach and function spaces and their application)
2433/76835 Sakakibara, Yasumasa 1979/08/31 244 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 240 57 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University A Study on the Oligomerization of Olefins by Nickel Complexes. VI : A Kinetic Study of Propylene Dimerization Catalyzed by Bis(acetylacetonato) nickel(II)-Triethyldialuminium Trichloride-Triphenylphosphine
2433/76677 Shigematsu, Tsunenobu 1976/12/25 341 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 335 54 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Thermodynamics of Adduct-Formation of Bis(3-trifluoroacetyl-d-camphorato)copper (II) with Pyridines
2433/90796 中村, 明 1982/11/20 130 0527-2997 2 物性研究 125 39 物性研究刊行会 Relation between certain quasi-vortex solutions and solitons of the sine-Gordon equation and other nonlinear equations
2433/54282 Kim, Hyeon-Deuk 2008/04/01 We have calculated the nonlinear response function of a DNA duplex helix including the contributions from the exciton population and coherence transfers by developing an appropriate exciton theory as well as by utilizing a projector operator technique. As a representative example of DNA double helices, the B-form (dA)10-(dT)10 is considered in detail. The Green functions of the exciton population and coherence transfer processes were obtained by developing the DNA exciton Hamiltonian. This enables us to study the dynamic properties of the solvent relaxation and exciton transfers. The spectral density describing the DNA base-solvent interactions was obtained by adjusting the solvent reorganization energy to reproduce the absorption and steady-state fluorescence spectra. The time-dependent fluorescence shift of the model DNA system is found to be ultrafast and it is largely determined by the exciton population transfer processes. It is further shown that the nonlinear optical spectroscopic techniques such as photon echo peak shift and two-dimensional photon echo can provide important information on the exciton dynamics of the DNA double helix. We have found that the exciton-exciton coherence transfer plays critical roles in the peculiar energy transfer and ultrafast memory loss of the initially created excitonic state in the DNA duplex helix. 00219606 THE JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 135102 128 American Institute of Physics Ultrafast exciton transfers in DNA and its nonlinear optical spectroscopy
2433/76852 Matsui, Masakazu 1980/01/31 342 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 337 57 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 4-Acyl-5-Pyrazolones as an Analytical Reagent (II) : Applicability of Halogen Substituted 4-Acyl-5-Pyrazolones to the Solvent Extraction of Metals
2433/76375 Arakawa, Masafumi 1971/11/05 255 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 248 49 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Relationship between the Structure and the Fluidity of Powder in Vibrating State
2433/62755 石村, 隆一 1999/02/01 206 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 199 1083 京都大学数理解析研究所 微分・差分方程式の解の解析接続 (関数方程式の方法とその応用)
2433/61745 Kabeya, Yoshitsugu 1998/02/01 65 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 44 1025 京都大学数理解析研究所 Stationary Keller-Segel model with the linear sensitivity(Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/41739 Kusaka, Yoshiaki 2002/01/01 115 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 97 1247 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON THE STEFAN PROBLEM WITH SURFACE TENSION IN A VISCOUS INCOMPRESSIBLE FLUID FLOW (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/43376 Chiba, Yasuo 2003/08/01 157 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 152 1336 京都大学数理解析研究所 CONSTRUCTION OF THE SOLUTIONS FOR MICRODIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH FRACTIONAL POWER SINGULARITIES (Hyperbolic Equations and Irregularities)
2433/40944 Sugano, Satoko 2001/04/01 16 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 10 1201 京都大学数理解析研究所 $L^p$ estimates for some Schrodinger type operators (Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear P.D.E.)
2433/47060 Inoue, Hisayuki 1978/08/20 59 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 44 48 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Effect of pressure on ionization of triethylamine in methanol
2433/58916 SAWADA, OKIHIRO 2007/01/01 18 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1529 京都大学数理解析研究所 Navier-Stokes equations THE NAVIER-STOKES FLOW WITH LIPSCHITZ DATA(Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
2433/46602 1941/12/30 198 0034-6675 3 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 195 15 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Abstract of the physico-chemical literature in Japan, author index
2433/50355 Matubayasi, N 2005/02/15 0021-9606 7 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS http://link.aip.org/link/?jcp/122/074509 122 AMER INST PHYSICS Hydrothermal reactions of formaldehyde and formic acid: Free-energy analysis of equilibrium
2433/50372 Poompradub, S 2005/05/15 0021-8979 10 JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS http://link.aip.org/link/?jap/97/103529 97 AMER INST PHYSICS Mechanism of strain-induced crystallization in filled and unfilled natural rubber vulcanizates
2433/25498 Suzuki, Mami 2004/04/01 109 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 104 1372 京都大学数理解析研究所 Analytic Solutions of Nonlinear Difference Equation (Mathematical models and dynamics of functional equations)
2433/41180 Kunitomo, Naoto 2001/06/01 29 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 14 1215 京都大学数理解析研究所 On Ergodicity of Some TAR(2) Processes : Analytical Foundations of Economic Theory (Mathematical Economics)
2433/154595 Tsujino, Yasuo 2012/01/01 By applying [13]C and [1]H NMR spectroscopy the pyrolysis of site-selectively [13]C-enriched (H3[13]CO[12]C6H5) and normal anisole compounds was studied in the dark at 0.001–1.0 M (M, mol dm[−3]) and at 400–600 °C (supercritical conditions). Conversion of the [13]C-labeled methyl group was confined to the methoxy-originated fragments, [13]CO and [13]CH4, and the reactive intermediate, H[13]CHO*. The normal phenyl group, [12]C6H5– was converted to benzene, [12]C6H6 and phenol, [12]C6H5OH without ring disintegration. The pyrolysis consists of two elementary steps: (1) the rate-determining unimolecular ether-bond fission (k1) to generate the fragmented product C6H6 and energized intermediate H[13]CHO* through the intramolecular proton transfer from the methoxy group to the phenyl, and (2) the fast bimolecular disproportionation (k2) through the intermolecular proton/hydride transfer from H[13]CHO* to H3[13]COC6H5 to produce [13]CO, [13]CH4, and C6H5OH. CO is generation by the heterolytic (ionic) mechanism in contrast to the homolytic (radical) one via the phenoxy radical intermediate (C6H5O•) in the literature despite the agreement of the rate constant (k1) and the activation energy. 132 0009-2673 1 Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan 124 85 Chemical Society of Japan Pathways and Kinetics of Anisole Pyrolysis Studied by NMR and Selective 13C Labeling. Heterolytic Carbon Monoxide Generation
2433/59604 OZAWA, Kazufumi 1995/06/01 224 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 218 915 京都大学数理解析研究所 An Experimental Study of the Starting Values of the Durand-Kerner-Aberth Iteration(The State of the Art of Scientific Computing and Its Prospect II)
2433/60900 Mizuno, Shinji 1997/03/01 35 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 22 981 京都大学数理解析研究所 Linear Programming Problem Global and Polynomial-Time Convergence of an Infeasible-Interior-Point Algorithm Using Inexact Computation(Continuous and Discrete Mathematical Optimization)
2433/60735 Ohnishi, Isamu 1996/11/01 176 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 171 973 京都大学数理解析研究所 On Global Minimizers for a Variational Problem with non-local effect related to micro-phase separation
2433/81711 高橋, 眞映 2008/04/01 41 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 38 1596 京都大学数理解析研究所 摂動と不動点 (線形作用素に関連する不等式とその応用)
2433/49857 Magome, N 2002/04/01 1063-651X 4 PHYSICAL REVIEW E http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRE/v65/p045202 65 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Rhythmic bursting in a cluster of microbeads driven by a continuous-wave laser beam
2433/83613 Okaji, Takashi 1993/06/01 122 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 115 845 京都大学数理解析研究所 A link between hypoellipticity and solvability in the Cauchy problem(Microlocal Geometry)
2433/46857 Doi, Tsunesuke 1965/12/20 17 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 11 35 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Physico-chemical properties of sulfur : III. Dissolved state of sulfur polymers in liquid sulfur
2433/76078 Koizumi, Naokazu 1966/02/28 405 0023-6071 4-5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 392 43 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Charts of Complex Function C exp(—jζ)=〔tanh (T exp jτ)〕/(T exp jτ) for Dielectric Measurements
2433/76117 Kurata, Michio 1966/08/10 154 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 150 44 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Hydrodynamic Properties of Dilute Solutions of Ring Polymers. (II). Twisted Ring Polymers (Special Issue on Polymer Chemistry, III)
2433/76332 Watanabe, Kohji 1970/08/22 95 0023-6071 2-3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 88 48 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Synthesis of Stable Free Radicals : 2, 2, 6, 6-Tetramethyl-4-Hydroxypiperidine-1-Oxyl-4-Derivatives (1)
2433/84303 NODA, TAKUMI 1994/09/01 200 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 196 886 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON THE POSITIVITY OF THE SINGULAR INTEGRAL(Analytic Number Theory)
2433/81263 中村, 元 2007/10/01 117 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 112 1570 京都大学数理解析研究所 Banach 空間における超平面対称変換と直交性から見たvon Neumann-Jordan 定数について(バナッハ空間、関数空間及び不等式の研究とその応用)
2433/76336 Fujino, Osamu 1970/12/19 209 0023-6071 4-5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 203 48 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Coprecipitation of Calcium with Strontium Oxalate
2433/102187 Nagasawa, Takeyuki 1991/02/01 182 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 175 745 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic Behavior of a System of Diffusion Equations with Interfacial Reaction(Mathematical Analysis of Phenomena in Fluid and Plasma Dynamics)
2433/80704 野原, 勉 2007/04/01 180 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 171 1543 京都大学数理解析研究所 高次摂動項を有した非線形 Schrodinger 方程式の単一ソリトン解の解析(波動現象の数理と応用)
2433/124887 EGASHIRA, Shinji 1980/03/01 198 0454-7675 4 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 165 29 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Studies on the Structures of Density Stratified Flows
2433/140916 TAKAESU, Toshimitsu 2009/07/01 6 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1658 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the Existence of Ground State and Asymptotic Fields of Relativistic Quantum Electrodynamics (Non-Commutative Analysis and Micro-Macro Duality)
2433/141337 Teramoto, Takashi 2010/04/01 11 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 5 1680 京都大学数理解析研究所 散逸系における2次元スポット解の回転運動 (散逸系の数理 : パターンを表現する漸近解の構成) What is the origin of rotational motion in dissipative systems ? (Dissipative Systems : asymptotic solutions describing patterns)
2433/141050 Noda, Takumi 2009/10/01 99 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 94 1665 京都大学数理解析研究所 Laplace-Mellin transform of the non-holomorphic Eisenstein series (Analytic Number Theory and Related Areas)
2433/140154 CHIBA, Hayato 2008/10/01 77 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 59 1616 京都大学数理解析研究所 Renormalization Group Method and its Application to Coupled Oscillators (Mathematical Aspects for nonlinear problems related to Life-phenomena)
2433/81608 JIANG, HUIQIANG 2008/04/01 147 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 143 1591 京都大学数理解析研究所 EXISTENCE AND NONEXISTENCE OF NONTRIVIAL STEADY STATES OF AN ACTIVATOR-INHIBITOR SYSTEM (Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/186590 Nakayama, Isamu 1973/09/10 33 0454-7810 1 Memoirs of the Faculty of Science, Kyoto University. Series of geology and mineralogy 27 40 京都大学理学部 Finding of Inverted Pigeonite from the Gabbro in the Mikabu Zone at Kamiyama, Eastern Shikoku, Japan
2433/194485 Horiuchi, Toshio 2012/10/01 138 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 113 1810 京都大学数理解析研究所 The symmetry breaking of the non-critical Caffarelli-Kohn-Nirenberg type inequalities by a linearization method (Mathematical Sciences of Nonlinear Diffusion)
2433/174194 KOIKE, Tatsuya 2008/01/01 198 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 153 B5 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 34M55 On New Expressions of the Painleve Hierarchies (Algebraic Analysis and the Exact WKB Analysis for Systems of Differential Equations)
2433/172753 Matsunaga, Hideaki 2012/03/01 84 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 66 1786 京都大学数理解析研究所 Stability and Instability Linearization for Integral Equations (Progress in Qualitative Theory of Functional Equations)
2433/170523 HOTTA, IKKEI 2011/02/01 15 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 10 1727 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 30C80 ON SPIRALLIKE FUNCTIONS AND ROBERTSON FUNCTIONS (Applications of convolutions in geometric function theory)
2433/47376 Kinoshita, Tamotu 2005/05/01 36 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 30 1431 京都大学数理解析研究所 Hyperbolic equations with non analytic coefficients well posed in all Gevrey classes (Microlocal Analysis and Related Topics)
2433/77208 Nakai, Yasumichi 1988/03/15 210 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 205 65 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Solvent Extraction of Hydrochloric and Perchloric Acids from Diethylene Glycol Solution with TOPO in Decaline
2433/58765 田村, 高幸 2006/10/01 115 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 109 1520 京都大学数理解析研究所 バナッハ空間における非拡大写像の不動点性の最近の結果について(バナッハ空間及び関数空間の構造の研究)
2433/58319 KOBAYASHI, Takayuki 2006/05/01 7 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1495 京都大学数理解析研究所 Weak Solutions to the Navier-Stokes-Poisson Equations(Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics : A conference in honor of Professor Tai-Ping Liu on his 60th Birthday)
2433/47635 Nakajima, Fumio 2005/07/01 205 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 199 1445 京都大学数理解析研究所 Mathematical approach to biological outbreak and crash (Functional Equations and Complex Systems)
2433/58489 IWAMOTO, Seiichi 2006/07/01 176 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 168 1504 京都大学数理解析研究所 On Golden inequalities(The Development of Information and Decision Processes)
2433/77506 Oobatake, Motohisa 1993/09/30 172 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 166 71 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Infrared and Raman Spectra of Liquid Methane (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Tohru Takenaka On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/77285 Shimomura, Koichiro 1989/03/31 46 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 40 67 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Asymmetry Parameters for the First Forbidden β-Decay in ¹⁷ºTm
2433/76609 Masuda, Tatsuo 1975/09/25 152 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 147 53 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Calorimetric Study of the Interaction of Montmorillonite with Amines (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Eiji Suito on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/171231 2011/08/01 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1755 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cover & Contents 表紙・目次
2433/199623 Hayashida, Akira 1986/01/01 Reports by Grant-in-Aid for Overseas Scientific Survey 42 5 Kyoto University overseas research reports of new world monkeys 39 https://kaken.nii.ac.jp/d/p/60043041.ja.html Kyoto University Primate Research Institute Fission Track Dating of the Volcanic Ash Layers in Continental Deposits at Salla, Bolivia: Re-examination
2433/201606 Sakakura, Masaaki 2015/07/14 Strain and stress dynamics inside MgO and LiF single crystals after photoexcitation by a focused femtosecond laser pulse were investigated by the observation of transient distributions of birefringence around the photoexcited region using a time-resolved polarization microscope. Both in MgO and LiF, propagation of two stress waves, which were attributed to quasi-longitudinal and quasi-transverse elastic waves, were observed, but crack propagation was observed only in LiF. Inside MgO, the observed strain distributions could be reproduced by elastic simulation, whereas inside LiF the strain distributions during crack propagation were largely different from the simulated ones; strain was widely distributed between cracks and the 〈110〉regions in a stress wave, the strained region around the photoexcited region was smaller, and the strains in the〈110〉 region and near the crack tips were larger than those by the simulation. The amplitudes of strain and stress in stress waves and temperature change in the photoexcited region were evaluated, and the origins of strain distribution change due to crack generation were discussed based on the differences between MgO and LiF. 0021-8979 2 Journal of Applied Physics 118 AIP Publishing Transient strain distributions during femtosecond laser-induced deformation inside LiF and MgO single crystals
2433/202075 Fukuma, Masafumi 2015/07/01 We propose a class of models which generate three-dimensional random volumes, where each configuration consists of triangles glued together along multiple hinges. The models have matrices as the dynamical variables and are characterized by semisimple associative algebras A. Although most of the diagrams represent configurations which are not manifolds, we show that the set of possible diagrams can be drastically reduced such that only (and all of the) three-dimensional manifolds with tetrahedral decompositions appear, by introducing a color structure and taking an appropriate large N limit. We examine the analytic properties when A is a matrix ring or a group ring, and show that the models with matrix ring have a novel strong-weak duality which interchanges the roles of triangles and hinges. We also give a brief comment on the relationship of our models with the colored tensor models. 1029-8479 7 Journal of High Energy Physics 2015 Springer Berlin Heidelberg Matrix Models Random volumes from matrices
2433/48866 Kawai, Shinnosuke 2006/03/23 Kyoto University O(^{1}D)+N_{2}O→NO+NO の生成物状態分布と反応動力学 Product state distribution and reaction dynamics of O(^{1}D)+N_{2}O→NO+NO
2433/86513 Kanie, Yukihiro 1976/03/23 Kyoto University ベクトル場のなすリー環の,随伴表現に係数をもつコホモロジー Cohomologies of Lie Algebras of Vector Fields with Coefficients in Adjoint Representations
2433/162104 Mori, Takehiro 1977/11/24 Kyoto University 大規模システムの安定問題 Stability Problems of Large Scale Systems
2433/74718 Hamachi, Itaru 1988/07/23 Kyoto University 人工電子チャネルの構築と機能 Construction and Function of Artificial Electron Channel in Bilayer Membrane
2433/138277 Hori, Masayuki 1974/05/23 Kyoto University 土中の波動伝播特性に関する基礎的研究 Fundamental Studies on Wave Propagation Characteristics through Soils
2433/77865 Uchida, Takeshi 1998/03/23 Kyoto University ヘム蛋白質の配位子結合反応を制御するメカニズムに関する研究 Studies on the Regulation Mechanism of Ligand Binding Reactions in Heme Proteins
2433/77889 Goto, Atsushi 2001/03/23 Kyoto University リビングラジカル重合、特にその活性化過程に関する反応速度論的研究 Kinetic Studies on Living Radical Polymerizations with Particular Reference to Activation Processes
2433/77998 Moritani, Kimikazu 2009/03/23 Kyoto University blanket materials セラミック材料における照射欠陥の生成と反応に関する研究 Study on Production and Reactions of Radiation-induced Defects in Ceramic Materials
2433/77841 Kawashima, Ayato 1997/03/24 Kyoto University 多点相互作用による機能性ポルフィリンの分子認識と自己組織化 Molecular Recognition and Self-Organization of Functionalized Porphyrin via Multi-Point Interactions
2433/77888 Kosuge, Shingo 2001/03/23 Kyoto University 気体分子運動論による非平衡混合気体の挙動の研究 Studies on the Behavior of Nonequilibrium Gas Mixtures on the Basis of Kinetic Theory
2433/207508 BOUKHADRA, Omar 2015/10/01 We prove upper bounds on the transition probabilities of random walks with i.i.d. random conductances with a polynomial lower tail near 0. We consider both constant and variable speed models. Our estimates are sharp. As a consequence, we derive local central limit theorems, parabolic Harnack inequalities and Gaussian bounds for the heat kernel. Some of the arguments are robust and applicable for random walks on general graphs. Such results are stated under a general setting. 1448 0025-5645 4 Journal of the Mathematical Society of Japan 1413 67 Mathematical Society of Japan Harnack inequalities and local central limit theorem for the polynomial lower tail random conductance model
2433/173530 Daba, Tadessa 2013/04/10 Inhibition of wheat β-amylase (WBA) by glucose and maltose was studied by kinetics and thermodynamics. The inhibitory effects of fructose, difructose, sucrose, trehalose, cellobiose, acarbose, and 1-deoxynojirimycin on WBA were also evaluated. The half maximal inhibitory concentrations (IC50) of acarbose, maltose and glucose were 0.06±0.01M, 0.22±0.09M, and 1.41±0.17M, respectively. The inhibitor constant (Ki) and the thermodynamic parameters such as changes in Gibbs energy (ΔG), enthalpy (ΔH), and entropy (ΔS) of the dissociation reactions of the WBA-glucose and WBA-maltose complexes were temperature and pH-dependent. The dissociation reactions were endothermic and enthalpy-driven. Both glucose and maltose behaved as competitive inhibitors at pH 3.0 and 5.4 at a temperature of 25°C with respective Ki values of 0.33±0.02M and 0.12±0.03M. In contrast, both sugars exhibited uncompetitive inhibition at pH 9 at a temperature of 25°C with Ki values of 0.21±0.03M for glucose and 0.11±0.04M for maltose. The pH-dependence of the inhibition type and Ki values indicate that the ionizing groups of WBA influence drastically the interaction with these carbohydrates. This evidence enables us to consider temperature and pH in the WBA-catalyzed hydrolysis to manipulate the inhibition by end-product, maltose, and even by glucose. 257 0141-0229 4-5 Enzyme and microbial technology 251 52 Elsevier Inc. Glucose Kinetic and thermodynamic analysis of the inhibitory effects of maltose, glucose, and related carbohydrates on wheat β-amylase.
2433/50164 Asano, T 2004/06/07 4692 0003-6951 23 APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 4690 http://link.aip.org/link/?apl/84/4690 84 AMER INST PHYSICS Time-domain measurement of picosecond light-pulse propagation in a two-dimensional photonic crystal-slab waveguide
2433/161790 Aoi, Shinya 2011/06/15 We investigated the dynamics of quadrupedal locomotion by constructing a simple quadruped model that consists of a body mechanical model and an oscillator network model. The quadruped model has front and rear bodies connected by a waist joint with a torsional spring and damper system and four limbs controlled by command signals from the oscillator network model. The simulation results reveal that the quadruped model produces various gait patterns through dynamic interactions among the body mechanical system, the oscillator network system, and the environment. They also show that it undergoes a gait transition induced by changes in the waist joint stiffness and the walking speed. In addition, the gait pattern transition exhibits a hysteresis similar to that observed in human and animal locomotion. We examined the hysteresis mechanism from a dynamic viewpoint. 1539-3755 6 PHYSICAL REVIEW E http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevE.83.061909 83 American Physical Society Hysteresis in the gait transition of a quadruped investigated using simple body mechanical and oscillator network models
2433/84633 Kuwabara, Akihide 2008/08/01 The lattice dynamics of three polymorphs of Si3N4, , , and phases, has been calculated by the real space force constant method combined with first-principles calculations. The thermodynamical properties of the three phases are evaluated from the vibrational density of states. The effect of thermal volume expansion is included by quasiharmonic approximation. The volume expansivity, bulk modulus, specific heat, and Helmholtz free energy of the three phases are computed as a function of temperature. All three phases are found to be dynamically stable. -Si3N4 shows lower Helmholtz free energy than -Si3N4 in the temperature range from 0 to 2000 K. In other words, -Si3N4 is not a low-temperature phase but a metastable phase under the ordinary pressure. The presence of planer N-Si3 units and their strong Si-N bonds in two hexagonal polymorphs, - and -Si3N4, is the origin of the high-frequency phonon band at above 25 THz, which is absent in -Si3N4. It plays key roles for anisotropic local vibration of N atoms. The different temperature dependence of specific heat between 1098-0121 6 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevB.78.064104 78 American Physical Society Lattice dynamics and thermodynamical properties of silicon nitride polymorphs
2433/188009 Aoi, Shinya 2013/01/22 Centipedes have many body segments and legs and they generate body undulations during terrestrial locomotion. Centipede locomotion has the characteristic that body undulations are absent at low speeds but appear at faster speeds; furthermore, their amplitude and wavelength increase with increasing speed. There are conflicting reports regarding whether the muscles along the body axis resist or support these body undulations and the underlying mechanisms responsible for the body undulations remain largely unclear. In the present study, we investigated centipede locomotion dynamics using computer simulation with a body-mechanical model and experiment with a centipede-like robot and then conducted dynamic analysis with a simple model to clarify the mechanism. The results reveal that body undulations in these models occur due to an instability caused by a supercritical Hopf bifurcation. We subsequently compared these results with data obtained using actual centipedes. The model and actual centipedes exhibit similar dynamic properties, despite centipedes being complex, nonlinear dynamic systems. Based on our findings, we propose a possible passive mechanism for body undulations in centipedes, similar to a follower force or jackknife instability. We also discuss the roles of the muscles along the body axis in generating body undulations in terms of our physical model. 1539-3755 1 Physical Review E 87 American Physical Society Instability-based mechanism for body undulations in centipede locomotion
2433/151755 Fujii, Toshiyuki 2011/12/01 Isotope fractionation of Zn between aqueous sulfide, chloride, and carbonate species (Zn[2+], Zn(HS)_2, Zn(HS)_4[2-], ZnHCO_3[+], ZnS(HS)[−] ZnCl[+] , ZnCl_2, Pco_2, and ZnCO_3) was investigated using ab initio methods. Only little fractionation is found between the sulfide species, whereas carbonates are up to 1‰ heavier than the parent solution. At pH > 3 and under atmospheric-like CO_2 pressures, isotope fractionation of Zn sulfides precipitated from sulfidic solutions is affected by aqueous sulfide species and the δ[66]Zn of sulfides reflect these in the parent solutions. Under high PCO_2 conditions, carbonate species become abundant. In high PCO_2 conditions of hydrothermal solutions, Zn precipitated as sulfides is isotopically nearly unfractionated with respect to a low-pH parent fluid. In contrast, negative δ[66]Zn down to at least −0.6‰ can be expected in sulfides precipitated from solutions with pH > 9. Zinc isotopes in sulfides and rocks therefore represent a potential indicator of mid to high pH in ancient hydrothermal fluids. 7643 0016-7037 23 Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 7632 75 Elsevier Ltd. The origin of Zn isotope fractionation in sulfides
2433/173360 Fujii, Toshiyuki 2013/06/01 Isotope fractionation between the common Cu species present in solution (Cu[+], Cu[2+], hydroxide, chloride, sulfide, carbonate, oxalate, and ascorbate) has been investigated using both ab initio methods and experimental solvent extraction techniques. In order to establish unambiguously the existence of equilibrium isotope fractionation (as opposed to kinetic isotope fractionation), we first performed laboratory-scale liquid–liquid distribution experiments. Upon exchange between HCl medium and a macrocyclic complex, the [65]Cu/[63]Cu ratio fractionated by −1.06‰ to −0.39‰. The acidity dependence of the fractionation was appropriately explained by ligand exchange reactions between hydrated H2O and Cl[−] via intramolecular vibrations. The magnitude of the Cu isotope fractionation among important Cu ligands was also estimated by ab initio methods. The magnitude of the nuclear field shift effect to the Cu isotope fractionation represents only ∼3% of the mass-dependent fractionation. The theoretical estimation was expanded to chlorides, hydroxides, sulfides, sulfates, and carbonates under different conditions of pH. Copper isotope fractionation of up to 2‰ is expected for different forms of Cu present in seawater and for different sediments (carbonates, hydroxides, and sulfides). We found that Cu in dissolved carbonates and sulfates is isotopically much heavier (+0.6‰) than free Cu. Isotope fractionation of Cu in hydroxide is minimal. The relevance of these new results to the understanding of metabolic processes was also discussed. Copper is an essential element used by a large number of proteins for electron transfer. Further theoretical estimates of δ[65]Cu in hydrated Cu(I) and Cu(II) ions, Cu(II) ascorbates, and Cu(II) oxalate predict Cu isotope fractionation during the breakdown of ascorbate into oxalate and account for the isotopically heavy Cu found in animal kidneys. 44 0016-7037 Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 29 110 Elsevier Ltd. Copper isotope fractionation between aqueous compounds relevant to low temperature geochemistry and biology
2433/63293 Suzuki, Hiroshi 1999/08/01 223 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 212 1109 京都大学数理解析研究所 On balanced sets and related structures (Algebraic Combinatorics)
2433/64663 中條, 一秀 2001/01/01 69 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 57 1186 京都大学数理解析研究所 非線形写像の強収束定理とその応用 (函数解析学の応用としての情報数理の研究)
2433/63945 Kimura, Masato 2000/04/01 104 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 95 1145 京都大学数理解析研究所 A level set method using the signed distance function (Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations and Related Topics)
2433/64524 Peletier, L.A. 2000/12/01 28 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 16 1178 京都大学数理解析研究所 Pulses, kinks and fronts in the Gray-Scott model (Nonlinear Diffusive Systems : Dynamics and Asymptotics)
2433/63658 Kaizu, Satoshi 2000/02/01 53 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 42 1129 京都大学数理解析研究所 Error analysis of finite element solutions of convection problems and its application to the density-dependent Stokes problems (Computation mechanics and domain decomposition methods)
2433/65477 2006/03/01 51 1342-0321 ICR annual report 50 12 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Structural Molecular Biology
2433/53125 SHIMOMURA, F. 2002/09/30 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 12 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 11 89 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University O-methyltransferases 0-methyltransferase (OMT) cDNA Clones from Pinus densiflora Seedlings
2433/65533 2007/03/01 33 1342-0321 ICR annual report 32 13 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Solution and Interface Chemistry
2433/65467 2006/03/01 75 1342-0321 ICR annual report 74 12 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Retirement
2433/65358 2003/03/01 29 1342-0321 ICR annual report 28 9 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Polymeric Materials
2433/65364 2003/03/01 17 1342-0321 ICR annual report 16 9 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Quantum Spin Fluids
2433/76437 Ichii, Makoto 1972/11/17 406 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 404 50 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Friedel-Crafts Aralkylation III: The Reaction of Benzene with 2-Phenylethyl-1,1-d₂ and 2-(p-Chlorophenyl)-ethyl-1,1-d₂ chlorides (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Sango Kunichika On the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/65579 2008/03/01 33 1342-0321 ICR annual report 32 14 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Solution and Interface Chemistry
2433/25602 Mitsuhashi, Ichiro 2004/05/01 239 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 233 1375 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Joinability and Unification Problems for Confluent Semi-Constructor TRSs (Evolutionary Advancement in Fundamental Theories of Computer Science)
2433/25218 Urano, Michio 2004/02/01 45 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 34 1358 京都大学数理解析研究所 TRANSITION LAYERS AND SPIKES FOR A BISTABLE REACTION-DIFFUSION EQUATION (Evolution Equations and Asymptotic Analysis of Solutions)
2433/26192 Matsuyama, Tokio 2005/01/01 58 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 48 1411 京都大学数理解析研究所 The role of local energy decay in $L^p$-estimates for the wave equation with time-dependent dissipation (Study of Wave Equations : Decay, Boundedness, and Growth of Energy)
2433/46129 飯島, 俊一郎 1938/02/28 14 1 物理化學の進歩 1 12 日本物理化學研究會 還元ニッケルに依る水素の吸着に就て On the adsorption of hydrogen on reduced nickel : studies at low temperatures
2433/46965 Inada, Etsuko 1972/09/30 11 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 1 42 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Electrical conductivity of CaSO4 in aqueous solution under high pressure
2433/76913 Miyazaki, Morimasa 1981/01/31 558 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 555 58 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University EPR Study of Vanadium Oxide Bis(8-quinolinolate) Doped in Zinc Bis(8-quinolinolate) Dihydrate
2433/76887 1980/08/10 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 58 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 重松恒信教授略歴 Emeritus Professor Tsunenobu Shigematsu, Cover & Contents
2433/48207 Hirata-Kohno, Noriko 2006/03/01 87 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 78 1476 京都大学数理解析研究所 Integer-valued and almost integer-valued functions(Algebraic combinatorics and the related areas of research)
2433/62842 Daalhuis, A.B. Olde 1999/03/01 78 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 68 1088 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON THE COMPUTATION OF STOKES MULTIPLIERS VIA HYPERASYMPTOTICS
2433/62845 Koike, Tatsuya 1999/03/01 38 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 22 1088 京都大学数理解析研究所 Exact WKB analysis for Schrodinger equations with periodic potentials
2433/75320 Furukawa, Junji 1953/05/30 222 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 220 31 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Reactivity of Acetylene in Vinylether Synthesis
2433/61404 Struppa, Daniele,C. 1997/06/01 38 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 22 1001 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the "grouping" phenomenon for holomorphic solutions of infinite order differential equations(Exact WKB Analysis and Fourier Analysis in the Complex Domain)
2433/61454 HIROTA, Ryogo 1997/06/01 27 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 22 1005 京都大学数理解析研究所 Toda equation Conserved Quantities of "Random-Time Toda Equation"(Discretizations of Integrable Systems : Theory and Applications)
2433/75270 Abe, Kiyoshi 1953/01/30 54 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 52 31 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Study on High Dielectric Constant Ceramics. (XVI) : Langevin Type BaTiO₃ Ceramic Vibrator
2433/61908 Takeuchi, Yasuhiro 1998/04/01 119 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 105 1034 京都大学数理解析研究所 STABILITY ANALYSIS ON A DELAY $\unboldmath{SIR}$ MODEL WITH DENSITY DEPENDENT BIRTH RATE
2433/61174 飯塚, 剛 1997/05/01 191 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 183 993 京都大学数理解析研究所 Grating solitonの理論的解析(波動の非線形現象の数理とその応用)
2433/62175 Kato, Keiichi 1998/05/01 55 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 47 1047 京都大学数理解析研究所 ANALYTICITY AND SMOOTHING EFFECT FOR THE KORTEWEG DE VRIES EQUATION (Spectral-scattering theory and related topics)
2433/61585 MORIMOTO, TOHRU 1997/10/01 92 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 91 1014 京都大学数理解析研究所 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS ON FILTERED MANIFOLDS(Geometric methods in asymptotic analysis)
2433/75490 Shimizu, Sakae 1954/11/01 3 0023-6071 s Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 1 32 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Paper I Survey on the Radioactive Contamination of the No. 5 Fukuryu Maru (The Radioactive Dust from the Nuclear Detonation)
2433/75432 Abe, Kiyoshi 1954/03/31 76 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 74 32 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Poly-phase Vibrating Reed Driven by Piezoelectric BaTiO₃ Ceramics
2433/61851 厚芝, 幸子 1998/04/01 148 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 138 1031 京都大学数理解析研究所 Fixed point MODULUS OF CONVEXITY AND CONVERGENCE THEOREMS FOR FAMILIES OF NONEXPANSIVE MAPPINGS(NONLINEAR ANALYSIS AND CONVEX ANALYSIS)
2433/41996 Ichinobe, Kunio 2002/05/01 33 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 24 1261 京都大学数理解析研究所 On Kernel Function for Borel Sum of Divergent Solution to a Certain Non-Kowalevski Type Equation (Microlocal Analysis and Related Topics)
2433/41104 Ito, Kazuo 2001/05/01 53 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 43 1210 京都大学数理解析研究所 Three phase boundary motion by surface diffusion (Free Boundary Problems)
2433/42993 内山, 康一 2003/04/01 12 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 9 1316 京都大学数理解析研究所 ある非線形常微分方程式の解の解析的特異性について (高階 Painleve 方程式の Stokes 図形の西川現象)
2433/47017 Nakahara, Masaru 1976/02/29 78 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 69 45 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Ion-ion and ion-water interactions at high pressure
2433/50474 Seto, O 2000/05/15 0556-2821 10 PHYSICAL REVIEW D http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRD/v61/p103504 61 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC What happens when the inflaton stops during inflation
2433/42636 松本, 圭司 2002/12/01 91 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 80 1296 京都大学数理解析研究所 5次元超球上のある保型形式 (微分方程式の変形と漸近解析)
2433/42728 Kuroda, Satoru 2003/01/01 78 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 69 1301 京都大学数理解析研究所 Complexity theoretical aspects of applicative theories in connection with boolean circuit computations (Sequent Calculi and Proof Theory)
2433/42474 Wang, Lihe 2002/09/01 44 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 35 1287 京都大学数理解析研究所 GEOMETRIC ASPECTS OF HOLDER AND $L^p$ ESTIMATES (Viscosity Solutions of Differential Equations and Related Topics)
2433/24889 Watanabe, Hiroshi 2004/07/01 246 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 237 1386 京都大学数理解析研究所 Triviality of hierarchical $O(N)$ model in four dimensions (Applications of Renormalization Group Methods in Mathematical Sciences)
2433/60667 NII, SHUNSAKU 1996/10/01 28 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 18 969 京都大学数理解析研究所 進行波に沿った線型化固有値問題へのTOPOLOGICALなアプローチ(函数解析を用いた偏微分方程式の研究)
2433/60082 SHIOJI, NAOKI 1996/02/01 136 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 127 939 京都大学数理解析研究所 EXISTENCE OF PERIODIC SOLUTIONS FOR NONLINEAR EVOLUTION EQUATIONS WITH PSEUDO MONOTONE OPERATORS(Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/60640 Koike, Tatsuya 1996/10/01 75 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 60 968 京都大学数理解析研究所 On perturbation series of eigenvalues of anharmonic oscillators.(Algebraic Analysis of Singular Perturbations)
2433/139163 2011/01/01 65 1342-0321 ICR annual report 64 17 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Water Chemistry Energy (AGC)
2433/156398 NAGAI, Hiroyuki 2011/02/01 The activation of peroxisome-proliferator-activated receptor-γ (PPARγ), which plays a central role in adipocyte differentiation, depends on ligand-dependent co-activator recruitment. In this study, we developed a novel method of PPARγ ligand screening by measuring the increase in fluorescent polarization accompanied by the interaction of a fluorescent co-activator and PPARγ. Sterol receptor co-activator-1 (SRC-1), a major PPARγ co-activator, was probed by fluorescent TAMRA by the Amber codon fluorescence probe method. Polarization was increased by adding PPARγ ligands to a solution containing labeled SRC-1 (designated TAMRA-SRC-S) and PPARγ. The disassociation constants (Kd) of the PPARγ synthesized ligands, pioglitazone (221 nM), troglitazone (83.0 nM), and 15-deoxy-Δ12,14-prostaglandin J2 (15d-ΔPGJ2) (156 nM), were determined by this method. Farnesol (2.89 μM) and bixin (21.1 μM), which we have reported to be PPARγ ligands, increased the fluorescent polarization. Their Kd values were in agreement with the ED50 values obtained in the luciferase assay. The results indicate that the method is valuable for screening natural PPARγ ligands. 341 0916-8451 2 Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry 337 https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/bbb/75/2/75_100810/_article 75 Japan Society for Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Agrochemistry peroxisome-proliferator-activated receptor-γ (PPARγ) Development of a Novel PPARγ Ligand Screening System Using Pinpoint Fluorescence-Probed Protein
2433/46855 1965/12/20 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 35 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Cover
2433/76061 Fukatsu, Masaaki 1965/08/16 166 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 156 43 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Hydrodynamic Properties of Dilute Solutions of Ring Polymers (Special Issue on Polymer Chemistry, II)
2433/58831 Hayashida, Shuichi 2006/10/01 52 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 44 1523 京都大学数理解析研究所 Fourier-Jacobi expansion and Ikeda lifting(Automorphic representations, L-functions, and periods)
2433/65720 Wakai, Chihiro 1996/03/01 11 1342-0321 ICR annual report 10 2 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Pressure- and Temperature-Variable Viscosity Dependencies of Rotational Correlation Times for Solitary Water Molecules in Organic Solvents (INTERFACE SCIENCE - Solutions and Interfaces)
2433/83867 Yanagi, Shigenori 1994/03/01 45 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 35 862 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic Behavior of the Solutions to a One-Dimensional Motion of Compressible Viscous Fluids II(Mathematical Analysis of Phenomena in Fluid and Plasma Dynamics)
2433/74460 Sawai, Ikutaro 1952/09/30 43 0023-6071 京都大学化学研究所報告 41 30 京都大学化学研究所 Studies on the Homogenization of Glass (I) : Tracing the Flow of Glass in Tank by Means of Model Experiments
2433/83043 KENMOCHI, N. 1992/10/01 28 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 18 812 京都大学数理解析研究所 SYSTEMS OF NONLINEAR VARIATIONAL INEQUALITIES ARISING FROM PHASE TRANSITION PHENOMENA
2433/95751 Nagai, Tatsuzo 1996/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 617 0527-2997 3 物性研究 616 66 物性研究刊行会 SCALING BEHAVIOR IN EVOLVING CELLULAR STRUCTURES WITH ANISOTROPY(Session IV : Structures & Patterns, The 1st Tohwa University International Meeting on Statistical Physics Theories, Experiments and Computer Simulations)
2433/95791 Okada, Motoyuki 1996/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 509 0527-2997 3 物性研究 508 66 物性研究刊行会 MOLECULAR WEIGHT DEPENDENCE OF LATERAL GROWTH RATE OF A SINGLE CRYSTAL OF POLYETHYLENE(Session III : Complex Fluids, The 1st Tohwa University International Meeting on Statistical Physics Theories, Experiments and Computer Simulations)
2433/95793 Hayashi, Kenichi 1996/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 505 0527-2997 3 物性研究 504 66 物性研究刊行会 ELECTROHYDRODYNAMIC CONVECTION IN PLANAR AND HOMEOTROPIC SYSTEMS OF NEMATIC LIQUID CRYSTALS(Session III : Complex Fluids, The 1st Tohwa University International Meeting on Statistical Physics Theories, Experiments and Computer Simulations)
2433/95782 Kaneko, Yutaka 1996/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 541 0527-2997 3 物性研究 540 66 物性研究刊行会 DYNAMICS OF SUPERCOOLED BINARY LIQUIDS(Session III : Complex Fluids, The 1st Tohwa University International Meeting on Statistical Physics Theories, Experiments and Computer Simulations)
2433/95811 Yamazaki, H. 1996/06/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 461 0527-2997 3 物性研究 460 66 物性研究刊行会 A TOPOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF STRANGE ATTRACTORS(Session II : Chaos, The 1st Tohwa University International Meeting on Statistical Physics Theories, Experiments and Computer Simulations)
2433/97703 Tanaka, Motomu 2003/11/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 170 0827-2997 2 物性研究 167 81 物性研究刊行会 Unique Physics of Carbohydrate Complexes at the Interface
2433/80759 Sakaguchi, Shigeru 2007/04/01 65 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 54 1545 京都大学数理解析研究所 Nonlinear diffusion equation Nonlinear Diffusion with a Stationary Level Surface(Viscosity Solution Theory of Differential Equations and its Developments)
2433/123644 SASSA, Kenzo 1952/12/15 3 0454-7675 Bulletins - Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University 1 3 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Observation of Tidal Strain of the Earth (Part I)
2433/81456 Kamo, Ken-ichi 2008/02/01 52 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 43 1582 京都大学数理解析研究所 準線型2階常微分方程式の緩減衰正値解の漸近形について (関数方程式論におけるモデリングと複素解析) Asymptotic forms of slowly decaying positive solutions of second-order quasilinear ordinary differential equations (Modeling and Complex analysis for functional equations)
2433/140467 ANDOU, Yuuki 2009/04/01 15 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 13 1635 京都大学数理解析研究所 Normal form theorem of natural deduction for modal logic S4 (Proof theoretical study of the structure of logic and computation)
2433/80764 Koike, Shigeaki 2007/04/01 12 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1545 京都大学数理解析研究所 Maximum principle via the iterated comparison function method(Viscosity Solution Theory of Differential Equations and its Developments)
2433/141541 LI, Jing 2010/06/01 94 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 84 1690 京都大学数理解析研究所 A remark on global weak solution in time for a system of compressible viscous fluid with large external potential force (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/81745 Muroya, Yoshiaki 2008/05/01 105 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 99 1597 京都大学数理解析研究所 Global asymptotic stability for a class of difference equations (Theory of Biomathematics and its Applications IV)
2433/195542 Kaneko, Hajime 2014/01/01 80 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 71 1874 京都大学数理解析研究所 Arithmetical properties of real numbers with low density of nonzero digits (Analytic Number Theory : Number Theory through Approximation and Asymptotics)
2433/195611 家城, 悠馬 2014/04/01 205 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 192 1879 京都大学数理解析研究所 Verification of RRA and CMC in OpenSim (Optimization : Theory and Application) OpenSimにおけるRRAとCMCの検証 (最適化の基礎理論と応用)
2433/195252 Aiki, Toyohiko 2013/10/01 11 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1856 京都大学数理解析研究所 A mathematical model for a hysteresis appearing in adsorption phenomena (New developments of the theory of evolution equations in the analysis of non-equilibria)
2433/172576 2012/01/01 55 1342-0321 ICR annual report 54 19 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Advanced Solid State Chemistry
2433/172960 Ricciardi, Tonia 2012/06/01 197 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 188 1798 京都大学数理解析研究所 Blow-up analysis and optimal Trudinger-Moser inequalities for some mean field equations in statistical hydrodynamics (Modern approach and developments to Onsager's theory on statistical vortices)
2433/172847 Fujishima, Yohei 2012/05/01 139 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 131 1792 京都大学数理解析研究所 Blow-up set for a semilinear heat equation with exponential nonlinearity (Analysis on non-equilibria and nonlinear phenomena : from the evolution equations point of view)
2433/170925 Nakajima, Fumio 2011/05/01 107 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 105 1742 京都大学数理解析研究所 A mathematical approach to the computer simulations of Lorenz attractors (Dynamical Systems : Theories to Applications and Applications to Theories)
2433/89978 ANDREY, Ladislav 1980/03/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 283 0527-2997 6 物性研究 281 33 物性研究刊行会 International Conference on Nonlinear Dynamics(New York)
2433/90461 Kuramoto, Y. 1982/02/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 93 0527-2997 5 物性研究 92 37 物性研究刊行会 Dynamics of Valence Fluctuations at Low Temperatures
2433/47249 Kagei, Yoshiyuki 2005/04/01 64 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 54 1425 京都大学数理解析研究所 Stability of 1-dimensional stationary solution to the compressible Navier-Stokes equations on the half space (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/76936 1981/07/15 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 59 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 竹崎嘉真教授略歴 Emeritus Professor Yoshimasa Takezaki, Cover & Contents
2433/84097 Tsuchida, Tetsuo 1994/05/01 67 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 55 873 京都大学数理解析研究所 Remarks on Fujiwara's Stationary Phase Method with a Phase Function Involving Electromagnetic Fields(Spectrum, Scattering and Related Topics)
2433/46894 Kubota, Hironobu 1967/11/30 42 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 32 37 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on the kinetics of the gas-phase addition reaction of HI to butadiene II
2433/47381 Ouchi, Sunao 2005/05/01 90 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 81 1431 京都大学数理解析研究所 Formal power series solutions of nonlinear partial differential equations and their multisummability (Microlocal Analysis and Related Topics)
2433/58253 Aikawa, Hiroaki 2006/05/01 138 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 126 1491 京都大学数理解析研究所 Carleson estimate BOUNDARY ESTIMATES OF $p$-HARMONIC FUNCTIONS IN A METRIC MEASURE SPACE(Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
2433/53137 LISWIDOWATI, LISWIDOWATI 2001/09/30 A survey of lignans in Paraserianthes falcataria (=Albizia falcatarid) which is one of the most important fast growing trees in tropical Asia was carried out, and syringaresinol was isolated from the methanol extracts of heartwood. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 41 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 40 88 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Lignan Isolation of Syringaresinol from Paraserianthes falcataria (L.) Nielsen
2433/47567 Nakao, Mitsuhiro T. 2005/07/01 74 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 61 1441 京都大学数理解析研究所 Numerical verification by infinite dimensional Newton's method for stationary solutions of the Navier-Stokes problems (New Development of Numerical Analysis in the 21st Century)
2433/58021 ICHINOSE, WATARU 2006/04/01 141 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 130 1479 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON THE FUNCTIONAL DERIVATIVES OF THE GENERATING FUNCTIONAL FOR CORRELATION FUNCTIONS(Spectral and Scattering Theory and Related Topics)
2433/75610 Suito, Eiji 1958/03/30 152 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 150 35 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University A Specimen Preparation Technique for the Crystal Habit
2433/76538 Fujiwara, Noboru 1974/07/25 86 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 70 52 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Some Experiments on the Radiofrequency System of the Improved Kyoto University Cyclotron (Memorial Issue Dedicated to the Late Professor Yoshiaki Uemura)
2433/77323 Ihn, Kyo Jin 1990/03/30 40 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 30 68 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University TEM Measurement of Lamellar Thickness in Polyethylene and Cycloparaffins by Staining with RuO₄
2433/171801 NAKAGAWA, KAZUSHIGE 2012/02/01 150 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 140 1779 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35B53 THE PHRAGMEN-LINDELOF THEOREM FOR $L^p$-VISCOSITY SOLUTIONS (Progress in Variational Problems : Variational Methods in the Study of Evolution Equations)
2433/171812 Tanaka, Mieko 2012/02/01 10 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1779 京都大学数理解析研究所 Existence and non-existence results of the Fucik type spectrum for the generalized $p$-Laplace operators (Progress in Variational Problems : Variational Methods in the Study of Evolution Equations)
2433/171177 Matsuoka, Katsuo 2011/08/01 76 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 67 1753 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 42B35 Singular integral operators on $B^p^,^\lambda$ with Morrey-Campanato norms (Banach space theory and related topics)
2433/171221 MIYAKE, HIROMICHI 2011/08/01 75 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 68 1755 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON ALMOST CONVERGENCE FOR VECTOR-VALUED FUNCTIONS AND ITS APPLICATION (Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/203043 Nakagawa, Masaya 2015/10/16 We demonstrate that laser excitations can coherently induce a novel Kondo effect in ultracold atoms in optical lattices. Using a model of alkaline-earth fermions with two orbitals, it is shown that the optically coupled two internal states are dynamically entangled to form the Kondo-singlet state, overcoming the heating effect due to the irradiation. Furthermore, a lack of SU(N) symmetry in the optical coupling provides a peculiar feature in the Kondo effect, which results in spin-selective renormalization of effective masses. We also discuss the effects of interorbital exchange interactions, and reveal that they induce novel crossover or reentrant behavior of the Kondo effect owing to control of the coupling anisotropy. The laser-induced Kondo effect is highly controllable by tuning the laser strength and the frequency, and thus offers a versatile platform to study the Kondo physics using ultracold atoms. 1079-7114 16 Physical review letters 115 American Physical Society Laser-Induced Kondo Effect in Ultracold Alkaline-Earth Fermions.
2433/210114 Okano, Makoto 2015/05/06 The photocarrier dynamics of CuIn[1−x]Ga[x]Se[2] (CIGS) thin films were studied using white-light transient absorption (TA) measurements, as an understanding of this behavior is essential for improving the performance of solar cells composed of CIGS thin films. A characteristic double-peak structure due to the splitting of the valance bands in the CIGS was observed in the TA spectra under near-band-gap resonant excitation. From a comparison of the TA decay dynamics monitored at these two peaks, it was found that the slow-decay components of the electron and hole relaxation are on the nanosecond timescale. This finding is clear evidence of the long lifetimes of free photocarriers in polycrystalline CIGS thin films. 0003-6951 18 Applied Physics Letters 106 AIP Publishing Individual identification of free hole and electron dynamics in CuIn[1-x]Ga[x]Se[2] thin films by simultaneous monitoring of two optical transitions
2433/151880 Mishra, Gaurav 2011/12/01 Non-catalytic liquefaction of Japanese beech (Fagus crenata) wood in subcritical phenol was investigated using a batch-type reaction vessel. After samples were treated at 160 °C/0.9 MPa-350 °C/4.2 MPa for 3-30 min, they were fractionated into a phenol-soluble portion and phenol-insoluble residues. These residues were then analyzed for their chemical composition. Based on the obtained data, the kinetics for liquefaction was modeled using first-order reaction rate law. Subsequently, the liquefaction rate constants of the major cell wall components including cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin were determined. The different kinetic mechanisms were found to exist for lignin and cellulose at two different temperature ranges, lower 160-290 °C and higher 310-350 °C, whereas for hemicellulose, it was only liquefied in the lower temperature range. Thus, the liquefaction behaviors of these major cell wall components highlighted hemicellulose to be the most susceptible to liquefaction, followed by lignin and cellulose. 10950 0960-8524 23 Bioresource technology 10946 102 Elsevier Ltd. Japanese beech Kinetic behavior of liquefaction of Japanese beech in subcritical phenol.
2433/49159 Yoshikawa, Yuko 2006/02/01 Direct attack to genomic DNA by reactive oxygen species causes various types of lesions, including base modi. cations and strand breaks. The most significant lesion is considered to be an unrepaired double-strand break that can lead to fatal cell damage. We directly observed double-strand breaks of DNA in reconstituted chromatin stained by a fluorescent cyanine dye, YOYO (quinolinium, 1, 1 '-[1, 3-propanediylbis[(dimethyliminio)-3, 1- propanediyl]]bis[4-[(3-methyl-2(3H)-benzoxazolylidene) methyl]]-, tetraiodide), in solution, where YOYO is known to have the ability to photo-cleave DNAs by generating reactive oxygen species. Reconstituted chromatin was assembled from large circular DNA (106 kbp) with core histone proteins. We also investigated the effect of vitamin C ( ascorbic acid) on preventing photo-induced double-strand breaks in a quantitative manner. We found that DNA is protected against double-strand breaks by the addition of ascorbic acid, and this protective effect is dose dependent. The effective kinetic constant of the breakage reaction in the presence of 5 mM ascorbic acid is 20 times lower than that in the absence of ascorbic acid. This protective effect of ascorbic acid in reconstituted chromatin is discussed in relation to the highly compacted polynucleosomal structure. The results highlight the fact that single-molecule observation is a useful tool for studying double-strand breaks in giant DNA and chromatin. 999 0006-3495 3 Biophysical Journal 993 90 Biophysical Society ascorbic acid Protective effect of vitamin C against double-strand breaks in reconstituted chromatin visualized by single-molecule observation
2433/169789 Ishikita, Hiroshi 2010/08/04 The pKa value of Lys115, the catalytic residue in acetoacetate decarboxylate, was calculated using atomic coordinates of the X-ray crystal structure with consideration of the protonation states of all titratable sites in the protein. The calculated pKa value of Lys115 (pKa(Lys115)) was unusually low (approximately 6) in agreement with the experimentally measured value. Although charged residues impact pKa(Lys115) considerably in the native protein, the significant pKa(Lys115) downshift in the protein with respect to aqueous solution was mainly due to loss of the solvation energy in the catalytic active site relative to bulk water. 3468 0014-5793 15 FEBS letters 3464 584 Elsevier B.V. Lysine Origin of the pKa shift of the catalytic lysine in acetoacetate decarboxylase.
2433/74783 Goto, Rempei 1951/02/15 178 The Commemoration volume for the silver jubilee 172 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University THE GOTO LABORATORY
2433/63549 Kawashita, Mishio 2000/01/01 106 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 100 1123 京都大学数理解析研究所 Strong solutions of Cauchy problems for compressible Navier-Stokes equations (Analytical Studies for Singularities to the Nonlinear Evolution Equation Appearing in Mathematical Physics)
2433/63555 Takahashi, Futoshi 2000/01/01 51 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 43 1123 京都大学数理解析研究所 Structure of solutions to the equation $\Delta_u+u^p=0$ near a singular radial solution (Analytical Studies for Singularities to the Nonlinear Evolution Equation Appearing in Mathematical Physics)
2433/81609 Kurata, Kazuhiro 2008/04/01 142 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 134 1591 京都大学数理解析研究所 Multiple stable patterns in a balanced bistable equation with heterogeneous environments (Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/81403 Takashima, Ryuta 2008/02/01 194 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 185 1580 京都大学数理解析研究所 Three Phased Switching of Operations under Uncertainty (Financial Modeling and Analysis)
2433/46806 Kitahara, Shigeto 1960/12/30 130 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 122 30 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The solubility equilibrium and the rate of solution of quartz in water at high temperatures and high pressures
2433/53429 TAKINO, Shinjiro P. 1976/03/31 The stress distribution in the plywood bearing wall panel specimens being tested by different methods of the prototype test was analysed numerically by finite element method. The contour plot of shear stress and the principal stresses of the panel in three test methods were caluculated and discussed. In the diagonal compression test (method A) the stress concentration was observed near the loading and reacting points. This stress concentration became more conspiquous as the framing thickness decreased. In the simple racking test (method B) the stress concentration was most conspiquous and the shear stress distribution showed clearly the sudden discontinuity of stresses at the bolted point just under the loading point. Uniform stress distribution was found in the racking test with hold-down ties wellknown as ASTM type (method C). The load transmission abilities of these three test methods along the edges of the panels were in the order of C>B>A. While the test method C is the most pertinent method to provide the uniform shear in the specimen, the test method A is thought to be useful when used in tests including a great number of specimens such as the outdoor durability as it is very simple and handy to test. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 79 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 70 59/60 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Numerical Analysis of Stress Distribution in the Prototype Test of the Wood Framed Bearing Wall
2433/76702 1977/03/25 395 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 390 54 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Laboratory of Dielectrics (Special Issue on the Commemoration of the Fiftieth Anniversary)
2433/62852 Itatsu, Seiichi 1999/03/01 151 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 144 1089 京都大学数理解析研究所 The stationary distributions of Fleming-Viot Processes with selection (Stochastic Analysis on Measure-Valued Stocastic Processes)
2433/62169 Yamada, Osanobu 1998/05/01 133 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 126 1047 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the Spectrum of Dirac Operators with Potentials Diverging at Infinity (Spectral-scattering theory and related topics)
2433/62275 Machida, Hajime 1998/07/01 95 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 87 1054 京都大学数理解析研究所 Prelude to Local Complexity Theory
2433/41743 Nishikawa, Masataka 2002/01/01 176 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 168 1247 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic stability of stationary waves to the viscous conservation laws in the half plane (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/43506 Yamasaki, Masayuki 2003/10/01 128 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 120 1343 京都大学数理解析研究所 Alexander Trick for Quadratic Poincare Complexes (Topological Transformation Groups and Related Topics)
2433/42069 Shimoji, Sadao 2002/05/01 27 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 18 1265 京都大学数理解析研究所 Analysis of a Nonlinear Hyperbolic Equation by Energy Method (Discretization Methods and Numerical Algorithms for Differential Equations)
2433/42007 Takiguchi, Takashi 2002/05/01 132 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 123 1261 京都大学数理解析研究所 NON-UNIQUE SOLVABILITY OF A CAUCHY PROBLEM FOR THE WAVE EQUATION IN QUASI-ANALYTIC ULTRADISTRIBUTION CATEGORY (Microlocal Analysis and Related Topics)
2433/42783 Kuninaka, Hiroto 2003/02/01 88 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 81 1305 京都大学数理解析研究所 非弾性衝突の数値シミュレーション (複雑流体の数理III) The Simulation of the Inelastic Impact (Mathematical Aspects of Complex Fluids III)
2433/47044 Okamoto, Masami 1977/07/20 41 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 33 47 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Kinetic studies on the cationic polymerization of tetrahydrofuran under high pressure
2433/47018 Nakayama, Toshihiro 1976/02/29 87 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 79 45 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Pressure effect on the eda-complexes formed between benzene, toluene and tetracyanoethylene in carbon tetrachloride
2433/46647 Hasegawa, Sigeo 1947/09/15 30 0034-6675 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 21 20 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on organic peroxides II : the decomposition of ethyl hydroperoxide catalysed by platinum sol (Commemoration volume dedicated to Prof. Shinkichi Horiba in celebration of his sixtieth birthday)
2433/46534 Iijima, Shun-ichiro 1938/12/31 155 0034-6675 3 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 148 12 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan On the adsorption of hydrogen on poisoned nickel [I] : studies at low temperatures
2433/46561 Kawakita, Kimio 1940/04/30 10 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 1 14 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan On the chemisorption of carbon dioxide by reduced iron [IV] : kinetics of the chemisorption
2433/50380 Fujita, M 2003/01/01 1098-0121 1 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v67/p014514 67 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Magnetic and superconducting phase diagram of electron-doped Pr1-xLaCexCuO4
2433/46714 Makita, Tadashi 1955/02/25 80 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 74 24 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The viscosity of freons under pressure
2433/25496 Haruki, Shigeru 2004/04/01 96 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 90 1372 京都大学数理解析研究所 Partial difference functional equations arising from the Cauchy-Riemann equations (Mathematical models and dynamics of functional equations)
2433/26271 Ishimura, Naoyuki 2005/02/01 93 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 85 1416 京都大学数理解析研究所 Singular perturbation problem for a model equation of phase separation (Dynamics of spatio - temporal patterns for the system of reaction - diffusion equations)
2433/26274 Ninomiya, Hirokazu 2005/02/01 127 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 120 1416 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic behavior of solutions of anisotropic curvature motions (Dynamics of spatio - temporal patterns for the system of reaction - diffusion equations)
2433/83465 Igarashi, H. 1993/05/01 209 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 200 836 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Boundary Element Analysis of Electromagnetic Phenomena Using Twisted Coordinates
2433/41518 Chae, Dongho 2001/10/01 220 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 213 1234 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the Cauchy problem of the Chern-Simons-Higgs theory (Tosio Kato's Method and Principle for Evolution Equations in Mathematical Physics)
2433/25186 Oshita, Yoshihito 2004/02/01 90 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 82 1356 京都大学数理解析研究所 FitzHugh-Nagumo方程式に現れる微細パターンについて (反応拡散系におけるパターン形成と漸近的幾何構造の研究)
2433/41225 Kusano, Takasi 2001/06/01 273 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 266 1216 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON THE OSCILLATION OF SOLUTIONS OF 4-DIMENSIONAL EMDEN-FOWLER DIFFERENTIAL SYSTEMS (Qualitative theory of functional equations and its application to mathematical science)
2433/46735 Minomura, Shigeru 1956/08/30 17 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 9 26 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Induced infrared absorption in gaseous acetylene at pressure, II
2433/40935 Kawamura, Takashi 2001/04/01 161 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 149 1200 京都大学数理解析研究所 An effective surjectivity of mod $l$ Galois representation of 1- and 2- dimensional abelian varieties with trivial endomorphism ring (Algebraic number theory and related topics)
2433/25215 Yotsutani, Shoji 2004/02/01 8 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1358 京都大学数理解析研究所 非局所非線形境界値問題の厳密解と大域的解構造 (発展方程式と解の漸近解析) Exact solutions and the global solution structure of nonlocal nonlinear boundary problems (Evolution Equations and Asymptotic Analysis of Solutions)
2433/25328 Ikuta, Tadashi 2004/04/01 190 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 182 1364 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Note on Essential Self-adjointness of Dirac Operator with a Monopole (Spectral and Scattering Theory and Related Topics)
2433/25491 Cui, Jingan 2004/04/01 62 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 58 1372 京都大学数理解析研究所 The effects of dispersal on population dynamics (Mathematical models and dynamics of functional equations)
2433/76041 Uyeda, Natsu 1965/07/15 504 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 494 42 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Some Behavior and structures of Leaf-Like Crystals of Copper- and Zinc-Phthalocyanines vacuum-Deposited by Electron Bombardment (Special Issue on Electron Microscopy)
2433/75577 1957/10/31 47 0023-6071 1-2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 41 35 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University List of Scientific Papers : Published in Other Periodicals or Books by the Members of the Institute and their Co-workers during the Year 1956
2433/59970 KANAGAWA, Shuya 1995/12/01 134 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 125 932 京都大学数理解析研究所 Euler-Maruyama scheme Estimates of Convergence Rates for Approximate Solutions of Stochastic Differential Equations(2nd Workshop on Stochastic Numerics)
2433/59551 Mizoguchi, Noriko 1995/05/01 83 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 75 911 京都大学数理解析研究所 Existence of Selfsimilar Shrinking Curves for Anisotropic Curvature Flow Equations(Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/60641 KAWAI, Takahiro 1996/10/01 59 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 49 968 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the structure of multiple-scale solutions of the Painleve equations with a large parameter(Algebraic Analysis of Singular Perturbations)
2433/128952 Masai, Hirokazu 2010/07/19 Heterogeneous precipitation of nanocrystallites of metallic Bi and anatase was observed in CaO–Bi2O3–B2O3–Al2O3–TiO2 glass-ceramics. Addition of AlN reduced the Bi2O3 to Bi metal nanoparticles, which were uniformly dispersed in the glass. After heat-treatment of the Bi-precipitated glass around the glass transition temperature, nanocrystalline anatase precipitated out without aggregation of the Bi metal particles. It was found that the anatase nanocrystal size was affected by the distance between a nanocrystal and a precipitated Bi nanoparticle. The glass-ceramic produced is a functional material containing a random dispersion of different types of nanoparticles with different dielectric constants. 0021-8979 2 Journal of Applied Physics 108 American Institute of Physics glass ceramics Precipitation of heterogeneous nanostructures: Metal nanoparticles and dielectric nanocrystallites
2433/84339 Ukai, Seiji 1994/10/01 192 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 179 888 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the Singular Limits of the Boltzmann Equation(Mathematical Fluid Mechanics and Modeling)
2433/60357 KADOYA, Atsushi 1996/05/01 116 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 111 951 京都大学数理解析研究所 Shape Optimization Problem on the Lateral Boundary for Thermodynamical Phase Separation(Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/60360 Tomoeda, Kenji 1996/05/01 93 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 85 951 京都大学数理解析研究所 Finite difference scheme A Finite Difference Approach to the Phenomena of an Initial Support to Split Caused by the Absorption $v_t = (v^m)_{xx} - cv^p$(Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/84483 SHIBATA, YOSHIHIRO 1995/02/01 154 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 149 898 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON A LINEAR THERMOELASTIC PLATE EQUATION(Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Their Applications)
2433/76191 Sakurada, Ichiro 1967/03/31 11 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 1 45 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Radiation-Induced Graft Copolymerization of Methyl Methacrylate onto Poly(vinyl Alcohol) Film in the Presence of Chain Transfer Agents (Special Issue on Physical, Chemical and Biological Effects of Gamma Radiation, VIII)
2433/76181 Koizumi, Naokazu 1967/03/31 104 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 97 45 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dielectric Properties of Gamma-Irradiated Tetrafluoroethylene-Hexafluoropropylene Copolymers (Special Issue on Physical, Chemical and Biological Effects of Gamma Radiation, VIII)
2433/101921 Casselman, W. 1990/05/01 52 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 42 727 京都大学数理解析研究所 Extended automorphic forms on the upper half plane
2433/87359 Hirori, Hideki 2006/12/01 Photoluminescence (PL) dynamics in single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) has been studied by the femtosecond excitation correlation method with a 150 fs time resolution. The SWNT samples were synthesized by different methods and suspended in gelatin films or D2O solutions. The PL dynamics of SWNTs depends on the local environment surrounding the SWNTs rather than the synthesis methods. The very weak temperature dependence of PL and the environment-dependent PL reveal that the PL relaxation process is dominated by the interplay between free excitons and weakly localized excitons. 0031-9007 25 Physical Review Letters 97 American Physical Society Exciton localization of single-walled carbon nanotubes revealed by femtosecond excitation correlation spectroscopy
2433/75768 Ogoshi, Hisanobu 1960/07/20 306 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 299 38 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Reaction of Methylene with Methanol
2433/83489 Nakamula, Ken 1993/05/01 141 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 130 837 京都大学数理解析研究所 On Certain Number Fields with Small Regulators
2433/83496 Balakrishnan, U. 1993/05/01 71 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 63 837 京都大学数理解析研究所 On arithmetical functions whose generating functions are of the form $\zeta (s) \zeta^\alpha (s + 1)f(s + 1)$
2433/83390 Tatebe, Osamu 1993/04/01 74 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 64 832 京都大学数理解析研究所 Eigenvalue analysis and Parallelization of the Multi-grid Preconditioned Conjugate Gradient Method(Fundamental Technologies in Numerical Computation)
2433/76318 Kokubo, Tadashi 1970/03/28 583 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 572 47 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Crystallization of BaO • TiO-Si0₂ -Al₂ 0₃ Glasses and Dielectric Properties of their Crystallized Products
2433/76288 Arakawa, Masafumi 1969/12/16 425 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 412 47 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Packing Structure of Fine Powder (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Rempei Gotoh On the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/76299 Osugi, Jiro 1969/12/16 319 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 308 47 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Some Aspects of Pressure Effects in Solution (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Rempei Gotoh On the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/76306 Ibuki, Toshio 1969/12/16 245 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 239 47 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Primary Processes in the Flash Photolysis of Dimethyl Carbonate Vapor II: Discrimination of the Hydrogen Producing Primary Processes (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Rempei Gotoh On the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/83868 TSUTSUMI, YOSHIO 1994/03/01 34 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 29 862 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Null Gauge Condition and the One Dimensional Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation with Cubic Nonlinearity(Mathematical Analysis of Phenomena in Fluid and Plasma Dynamics)
2433/60457 TSANG, KAI-MAN 1996/08/01 119 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 111 958 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Remainder Term in the Dirichlet Divisor Problem(Analytic Number Theory)
2433/140128 Nakai, Eiichi 2008/10/01 106 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 99 1615 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 42B30 A generalization of Hardy spaces on spaces of homogeneous type (Recent results of Banach and Function spaces and its applications)
2433/60459 Manin, Yu. I. 1996/08/01 104 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 98 958 京都大学数理解析研究所 DISTRIBUTION OF RATIONAL POINTS ON FANO VARIETIES(Analytic Number Theory)
2433/140768 Bialecki, Mariusz 2009/05/01 161 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 154 1650 京都大学数理解析研究所 integrable systems over finite fields On discrete Sato-like theory with some specializations for finite fields (Recent Trends in Integrable Systems)
2433/140787 Dolcetta, Italo Capuzzo 2009/05/01 69 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 58 1651 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35B45 Glaeser's type estimates (Viscosity Solutions of Differential Equations and Related Topics)
2433/140793 Yamada, Naoki 2009/05/01 9 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1651 京都大学数理解析研究所 Application of the Aubry-Mather theory to a system of Hamilton-Jacobi equations with unilateral implicit obstacles (Viscosity Solutions of Differential Equations and Related Topics)
2433/82303 Shimomura, Yutaka 1991/09/01 158 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 145 767 京都大学数理解析研究所 弱電導性乱流のサブグリッドモデル(流れの不安定性と乱流の渦構造) A subgrid model of electrically conducting turbulent shear flows at low mgnetic[magnetic] Reynolds number(Instability of Flows and Vortex Structure of Turbulent Flows)
2433/141094 小室, 直人 2009/11/01 105 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 99 1667 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 46B20 EXTREMAL STRUCTURE OF THE SET OF ABSOLUTE NORMS ON $\mathbb{R}^2$ (The geometrical structure of Banach spaces and Function spaces and its applications) $\mathbb{R}^2$におけるabsolute normの集合の端点構造について (バナッハ空間及び関数空間論における幾何学的構造の研究とその応用)
2433/83209 Hirota, Ryogo 1993/03/01 152 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 144 822 京都大学数理解析研究所 DIFFERENCE SCHEME OF SOLITON EQUATIONS(State of art and perspectives of studies on nonlinear integrable systems)
2433/81271 Nakai, Eiichi 2007/10/01 53 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 46 1570 京都大学数理解析研究所 Atom Preduals of Morrey-Campanato spaces(Banach spaces, function spaces, inequalities and their applications)
2433/141633 Morimoto, Hiroaki 2010/07/01 111 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 101 1695 京都大学数理解析研究所 Variational Inequalities with Gradient Constraint and Applications to Optimal Dividend Payments (Viscosity Solutions of Differential Equations and Related Topics)
2433/82572 Kato, Nobuyuki 1992/05/01 133 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 125 785 京都大学数理解析研究所 Linearized Stability for Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Semilinear Boundary Value Problems(Evolution Equations and Nonlinear Problems)
2433/81530 Shinohara, Tomoko 2008/04/01 117 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 109 1586 京都大学数理解析研究所 Existence of invariant manifolds at an indeterminate point (Complex Dynamics and Related Topics)
2433/82137 Ishii, Katsuyuki 1991/06/01 9 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 755 京都大学数理解析研究所 An Estimate on the Rate of Convergence of Viscosity Solutions for the Singular Perturbation Problems(Evolution Equations and Applications to Nonlinear Problems)
2433/141611 Matsumoto, Toshitaka 2010/06/01 44 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 38 1693 京都大学数理解析研究所 $L^p$ well-posedness for the complex Ginzburg-Landau equation (Nonlinear evolution equations and mathematical modeling)
2433/84376 SAITOH, SABUROU 1994/12/01 30 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 19 890 京都大学数理解析研究所 Inverse source problems in Poisson's equations
2433/191720 Okamura, Keizo 1981/11/20 非水系セルロース溶媒であるN-メチルモルホリン-N-オキシド中において, 80℃におけるセルロースの極限粘度数と重量平均分子量の関係を求めた。広い範囲の分子量を持つセルロース試料を得るために, 木綿を酸加水分解した。加水分解したセルロースをアセチル化した後, セルロースアセテートを塩化メチレン-エチルアルコールで分別沈殿法により分別した。分別された各セルロースフラクションの分子量を, アセトン中で25℃において沈降平衡法により測定した。一方セルロースアセテートの各フラクションを脱アセチル化し, 再生されたセルロースの極限粘度をN-メチルモルホリン-N-オキシド中において, 80℃で測定した。極限粘度数と重量平均分子量の両対数プロットより, Houwink-Mark- 桜田の式の定数として以下の値が求められた。 260 0368-511X 京都大学農学部演習林報告 = BULLETIN OF THE KYOTO UNIVERSITY FORESTS 254 53 京都大学農学部附属演習林 N-メチルレモルホリン-N-オキシド中におけるセルロースの極限粘度数と分子量の関係 Limiting Viscosity Number-Molecular Weight Relationship of Cellulose in N-Methylmorpholine-N-oxide
2433/191521 0ohata, Seiichi 1972/03/15 幹の呼吸速度と幹の生長速度との関係が, 呼吸速度の季節変化に関連して調べらた。その結果は次のようにまとめられた。1) 生育期における一ヵ月当りの呼吸量は一ヵ月当りの幹の生長量と密接な関係を持つ。2) 休眼期における呼吸速度は, 幹の表面積に比例する関係にあった。3) 一年間の幹の呼吸量と幹の生長量との関係は, 比例関係ではなく, 次の式が近似された。log R=0. 681 log ⊿V+0. 302 log R=0. 682 log ⊿W+0. 326 72 0368-511X 京都大学農学部演習林報告 = BULLETIN OF THE KYOTO UNIVERSITY FORESTS 63 43 京都大学農学部附属演習林 幹の呼吸速度と幹の生長の季節変動 Seasonal Changes in Respiratory Rate of Stems and Their Growth
2433/194335 Tanaka, Keiichi 2012/07/01 220 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 214 1802 京都大学数理解析研究所 Value Function of Real Options with Regime Switching (Mathematical Decision Making under Uncertainty and Ambiguity, and Related Topics)
2433/195469 Li, Wen-Wei 2013/12/01 74 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 65 1871 京都大学数理解析研究所 Some remarks on the automorphic spectrum of the inner forms of SL$(N)$ (Automorphic Representations and Related Topics)
2433/195312 OKA, Yasuyuki 2013/11/01 70 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 62 1861 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 46F05 Existence of the solutions of Lewy equation as the tempered ultrahyperfunctions (Recent development of microlocal analysis and asymptotic analysis)
2433/176806 ISOJIMA, Shin 2009/10/01 93 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 85 B13 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 39A12 On oscillatory solutions in ultradiscrete system (Expansion of Integrable Systems)
2433/174117 PAUL, E. 2007/03/01 165 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 159 B2 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON THE GALOIS REDUCIBILITY OF A GERM OF QUASI-HOMOGENEOUS FOLIATION(Algebraic, Analytic and Geometric Aspects of Complex Differential Equations and their Deformations. Painleve Hierarchies)
2433/172854 Yamauchi, Yusuke 2012/05/01 39 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 30 1792 京都大学数理解析研究所 Life span of positive solutions for a semilinear heat equation with non-decaying initial data (Analysis on non-equilibria and nonlinear phenomena : from the evolution equations point of view)
2433/172752 USAMI, Hiroyuki 2012/03/01 92 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 85 1786 京都大学数理解析研究所 Global asymptotic stability in a two-species nonautonomous competition system (Progress in Qualitative Theory of Functional Equations)
2433/178648 OZAWA, Izuo 1974/12/01 The tidal deformation on the earth is classified into three types. The first type is formulated by a product of tidal numbers and the potential of the tide generating force like the tidal change of the gravity acceleration. The second type is formulated by a product of tidal numbers and the tidal displacement like the tidal tilting. The third type is formulated by a combination of the tidal potential, tidal numbers and the trigonometrical function of the latitude like the tidal strain. The patterns of the latitudinal and the azimuthal distributions are calculated. And the possibility to obtain the ratio l/h is shown by means of the observations of these patterns of tidal changes. 38 Contributions of the Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University 29 14 Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University PATTERN OF TIDAL DEFORMATION ON THE EARTH
2433/171354 藤嶋, 浩史 2011/09/01 139 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 127 1761 京都大学数理解析研究所 Decay of Resonance Structure and Trapping Effect in Potential Scattering Problem of Self- Focusing Wave Packet (Diversity and Universality of Nonlinear Wave Phenomena) 自己収束性波束の散乱問題における共鳴構造の崩壊と捕捉効果 (非線形波動現象の多様性と普遍性)
2433/76930 Kurakado, Masahiko 1981/07/15 115 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 106 59 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Laser-Induced Signals from Superconducting Tunnel Junction (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Yoshimasa Takezaki on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/46868 Kitamura, Kiyoshi 1966/04/30 91 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 83 35 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on the telomerization of ethylene with carbon tetrachloride : I. Kinetics of the telomerization initiated by azo-bis-isobutyronitrile
2433/77129 Yase, Kiyoshi 1986/03/03 392 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 383 63 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Direct Observation of Disorders of Molecular Stacking in Pt-Phthalocyanine Epitaxial Film
2433/58479 Nishio, Hidenosuke 2006/07/01 49 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 41 1503 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Note on the Growth of Neighborhoods of Cellular Automata(Algorithmic problems in algebra, languages and computation systems)
2433/58339 UMEHARA, Morimichi 2006/05/01 84 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 78 1496 京都大学数理解析研究所 燃焼過程を伴う一次元粘性流体星モデル方程式の時間大域解(混合、化学反応、燃焼の流体力学)
2433/58381 Ohnishi, Isamu 2006/07/01 201 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 185 1499 京都大学数理解析研究所 空間2次元のリーゼガング現象とその数理(第2回生物数学の理論とその応用) A Mathematical Aspect for Liesegang Phenomena in two space dimensions(Theory of Bio-Mathematics and Its Applications)
2433/77387 Fujiwara, Shinsuke 1991/09/14 66 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 59 69 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Epitaxial Growth of Lead Chalcogenides on Tin Telluride (001) (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Ken-ichi Katayama On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/46157 飯島, 俊一郎 1938/10/31 155 5 物理化學の進歩 148 12 日本物理化學研究會 被毒還元ニッケルの水素吸着に就て（第一報）低温度に於ける研究 On the adsorption of hydrogen on poisoned nickel [I] : studies at low temperatures
2433/58195 IWAMOTO, Seiichi 2006/05/01 14 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1488 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Golden Trinity : Optimality, Inequality and Identity(Mathematical Economics)
2433/91177 Ohfuti, Y. 1984/01/20 The commensurability energy of a one dimensional quarter-filled electron-phonon system is evaluated by calculating the total energy as a function of the phase φ of the fundamental (2k_F) order parameter in the case where φ is uniformly changing. The role of the higher harmonic (4k_F) order parameter is also discussed. この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 40 0527-2997 4 物性研究 32 41 物性研究刊行会 COMMENSURABILITY ENERGY IN A ONE DIMENSIONAL QUARTER-FILLED ELECTRON-PHONON SYSTEM(THEORIES ON CDW NONLINEAR DYNAMICS, International Symposium on NONLINEAR TRANSPORT AND RELATED PHENOMENA IN INORGANIC QUASI ONE DIMENSIONAL CONDUCTORS)
2433/58761 高橋, 泰嗣 2006/10/01 155 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 151 1520 京都大学数理解析研究所 Banach-Mazur distance and B-convex Banach spaces(The structure of Banach spaces and Function spaces)
2433/46917 Takezaki, Yoshimasa 1968/11/20 78 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 69 38 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan High pressure syntheses of aromatic aldehydes (The co-operative researches on the fundamental studies of the liquid phase reactions at high pressures)
2433/58455 NAKANISHI, NOBUTADA 2006/07/01 59 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 54 1502 京都大学数理解析研究所 NAMBU-LIE GROUPS ENDOWED WITH MULTIPLICATIVE TENSORS OF TOP ORDER(Developments of Cartan Geometry and Related Mathematical Problems)
2433/77348 Oobatake, Motohisa 1990/12/30 264 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 255 68 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Structure of Liquid Methane
2433/171864 Maekawa, Yasunori 2012/03/01 50 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 44 1782 京都大学数理解析研究所 Fundamental solutions of diffusion equations related to certain Dirichlet forms and the quasi-geostrophic equation (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/214622 Morita, Yasuo 1994/01/01 9 代数幾何学シンポジューム記録 3 1994 京都大学数理解析研究所 Problems on computability concerning distribution of rational points on algebraic varieties
2433/141953 Ohmae, Yoshimi 2008/11/01 The water adsorption capacity of moso bamboo (Phyllostachys pubescens) heated at 200 ◦C in air for various times was examined. The samples were subsequently placed in various humidities at 20 ◦C to obtain relevant isotherms. They were analyzed using the Hailwood and Horrobin theory, derived for hydrophilic macromolecules, and the Dubinin and Radushkevich theory, previously used to describe the behavior of microporous carbons. The results show that the water adsorption capacities of the samples changed after heating for 2 to 5 hrs, and imply that over this time the number of hydroxyl groups decreased markedly while the number of micropores formed increased. 18 0018-3768 1 European Journal of Wood and Wood Products 13 67 Springer Verlag Mechanism of water adsorption capacity change of bamboo by heating
2433/141954 Ohmae, Yoshimi 2008/10/01 Differences in the water adsorption properties of moso bamboo (Phyllostachys pubescens) were examined by analyzing the isotherms. Hygroscopicity decreased from the bottom to the top of the culm, and this tendency was marked above about 80% relative humidity. Results of alkali extraction and the analysis of bundle sheath distribution revealed that the distribution of hygroscopic saccharides, for example, hemicelluloses and less-hygroscopic vascular bundles, affects the hygroscopicity, which varies depending on the position of the internode. 422 0043-7719 5-6 Wood Science and Technology 415 43 Springer Verlag Water adsorption properties of bamboo in the longitudinal direction
2433/154037 Seki, Shinnosuke 2012/02/01 In a given word, one can count the number of occurrences of other words as a scattered subword. These counts can be “added” and/or “multiplied.” A subword history gives an instruction of what words to be counted and how these counts to be added and multiplied with other counts or integer constants, and hence, determines its unique value in a given word. Mateescu, Salomaa, and Yu asked: “is it decidable whether the value of a given subword history is non-negative in all words over a given alphabet?” (absoluteness problem). Another important problem is of whether there exists a word in which the value of a given subword history becomes 0 (equality problem). In this paper, we prove the undecidability of the equality problem and show that the equality problem is polynomial-time Karp reducible to the absoluteness problem; thus, the absoluteness problem is also undecidable. This approach solves the open problem actually under stronger conditions than supposed originally. 120 0304-3975 Theoretical Computer Science 116 418 Elsevier B.V. Subword history Absoluteness of subword inequality is undecidable
2433/39687 Horita, M 2006/09/11 0003-6951 11 APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS http://link.aip.org/link/?apl/89/112117 89 AMER INST PHYSICS High-quality nonpolar 4H-AlN grown on 4H-SiC (11(2)over-bar20) substrate by molecular-beam epitaxy
2433/109885 Yamauchi, N. 2009/04/01 We have deposited nearly stress-free single-crystal thin films of (001) Pb(Mn, Nb)O3–Pb(Zr, Ti)O3 (PMnN-PZT) on (001)MgO substrates by rf-magnetron sputtering using a quenching process after the film growth. It is found that single c-domain/single-crystal thin films of PMnN-PZT containing 5%–10% PMnN show a strong hard ferroelectric response with 2Ec ≅ 400 kV/cm and Ps ≅ 70 μC/cm2. GHz-range film bulk acoustic resonators incorporating PMnN-PZT thin films have been fabricated with microelectromechanical system technology. The maximum electromechanical coupling coefficient kt and mechanical quality factor Qm were 0.7 and 185 in the 4 GHz range, respectively. 0003-6951 17 APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS http://link.aip.org/link/APPLAB/v94/i17/p172903/s1 94 American Institute of Physics acoustic resonators High coupling piezoelectric thin films of Pb(Zr,Ti)O-3-based ternary perovskite compounds for GHz-range film bulk acoustic resonators
2433/147190 Kolodiazhnyi, T. 2010/06/01 Following recent report on antiferromagnetic ordering in EuZrO3 we performed dielectric measurements of this material as a function of temperature and magnetic field. Dielectric constant of dense EuZrO3 ceramics is 30.1 at 300 K. It gradually decreases upon cooling without any quantum paraelectric behavior; however, below TN=4.1 K it shows a pronounced drop that qualitatively resembles that observed in EuTiO3. We report that dielectric constant of EuZrO3 is magnetic field dependent. The magnitude of the magnetodielectric effect in both EuTiO3 and EuZrO3 is discussed in the light of the recently proposed coupling of the Eu–O–Eu superexchange interactions with electrons involved in partially covalent Ti Zr –O bond. 0003-6951 25 APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS http://link.aip.org/link/APPLAB/v96/i25/p252901/s1 96 AMER INST PHYSICS antiferromagnetic materials Magnetodielectric effect in EuZrO3
2433/84641 Seko, Atsuto 2008/02/01 The structures and stabilities of a series of nonstoichiometric SnO2-x compounds, which are yet unknown experimentally, are predicted using the cluster expansion technique combined with first-principles calculations. A homologous series of Snn+1O2n in which oxygen vacancies are layered on (101) planes of the rutile lattice is discovered. The homologous crystals are composed of divalent and quadrivalent Sn atoms. No trivalent Sn atoms are formed. 0031-9007 4 PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.045702 100 American Physical Society Structure and stability of a homologous series of tin oxides
2433/109952 Wang, Z. J. 2009/05/01 Solid solutions of Zn1−xCdxO and Zn1−xMgxO (0≤x≤1) with wurtzite structures are systematically investigated by first principles calculations with special interests on the dependence of energetics and electronic structures on the alloy structure. Alloying ZnO with CdO shows a linear increase in the lattice parameters when we choose energetically favorable alloy structures. On the other hand, they do not show such a linear trend when alloyed with MgO. Formation energy with reference to the end-member oxides of wurtzite structures is positive for Zn1−xCdxO alloys, whereas it is slightly negative for Zn1−xMgxO alloy. They are consistent with the experimental fact that highly concentrated solid solutions are easier to be formed in Zn1−xMgxO alloys. The band gap shows a monotonous decrease in Zn1−xCdxO and increase in Zn1−xMgxO with the solute concentration. In Zn1−xCdxO, Cd has an orbital component as large as that of Zn at the bottom of the conduction band. On the other hand, the contribution of Mg is much smaller in Zn1−xMgxO. They are consistent with the changes in the band gap with the composition. 1070 1345-9678 5 MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS 1067 50 Japan Institute of Metals zinc oxide Conduction-Band Structures of Wurtzite ZnO Solid Solutions by First Principles Calculations
2433/197723 Hamada, S. 2007/04/01 This paper applies the diagonal form Fast-Multipole Method (FMM; Greengard, 1997) to the Surface-Charge-simulation Method (SCM) for voxel models. This method is used here to analyze electric field distribution induced by 50Hz magnetic fields. The SCM for voxel models treats the square surface of a voxel that has different inside and outside conductivities as a surface element of the SCM that calculates a three-dimensional Laplacian field. SCM is sometimes called the indirect-Boundary Element Method (BEM) or is considered a kind of Methods of Moment (MoM) approach. The performance of the combined FMM-SCM for voxel models approach was demonstrated by calculating the induced electric fields in a whole body model for a Japanese adult male composed of 7, 977, 906, 2x2x2mm3 voxels. International Conference on Computational Methods(ICCM 2007), International Conference Center Hiroshima Japan, 4-6 April 2007 8 1 Electric field Analysis of Electric Field Distribution Induced by 50Hz Magnetic Fields Utilizing Fast-multipole Surface-charge-simulation Method for Voxel Models
2433/63968 Kagei, Yoshiyuki 2000/04/01 15 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1146 京都大学数理解析研究所 On thermal convection equations of Oberbeck-Boussinesq type with the dissipation function (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/74815 Horiba, Shinkichi 1938/04/15 114 10 Jahre Institut für chemische Forschung (kaiserliche Universitaet Kyoto) 98 1925-1935 京都帝國大學化學研究所 HORIBA LABORATORY
2433/26032 高橋, 泰嗣 2004/11/01 122 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 112 1399 京都大学数理解析研究所 Norm Inequalities and Geometry of Banach Spaces (The structure of Banach spaces and its application)
2433/46910 Ogo, Yoshiaki 1968/11/20 17 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 4 38 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Solvent effects on several polymerizations under high pressure (The co-operative researches on the fundamental studies of the liquid phase reactions at high pressures)
2433/53430 KOMATSU, Kohei 1976/03/31 Strain energy release rate G_I of DCB-FTAL (Double Cantilever Beam with Finite Thickness of Adhesive Layer) specimen was determined so as to include some variables as thickness and flexibility of adhesive layer and sizes and mechanical properties of adherend. For sharp crack case, the derived equation of GI was compared with previous results, on the other hand, in case of thick adhesive layer, the derived equation of compliance C was compared with experimental results. Fracture Toughness G_ of DCB-FTAL specimen (Buna-Epoxy, EP-60 system) was also determined, and obtained results were discussed together with previous results. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 92 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 80 59/60 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Strain Energy Release Rate of Double Cantilever Beam Specimen with Finite Thickness of Adhesive Layer
2433/47854 Orii, Shigeo 2005/11/01 48 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 40 1456 京都大学数理解析研究所 Symbolic-Numeric Optimization for Kinetic Models : An application to bioinformatics field (Computer Algebra : Design of Algorithms, Implementations and Applications)
2433/61582 Kunihiro, Teiji 1997/10/01 132 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 118 1014 京都大学数理解析研究所 Uses of Envelopes for Global and Asymptotic Analysis : geometrical meaning of renormalization group equation
2433/41997 Kataoka, Kiyoomi 2002/05/01 45 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 34 1261 京都大学数理解析研究所 BOUNDARY VALUES OF CLASSICAL FORMAL SYMBOLS OF PSEUDO-DIFFERENTIAL OPERATORS (Microlocal Analysis and Related Topics)
2433/83863 Matsumura, Akitaka 1994/03/01 84 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 74 862 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic Stability og Traveling Waves with shock profile for Non-convex Viscous Scalar Conservation Laws(Mathematical Analysis of Phenomena in Fluid and Plasma Dynamics)
2433/50533 Kobayashi, T 2000/12/01 0556-2821 11 PHYSICAL REVIEW D http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRD/v62/p115003 62 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Infrared alignment of supersymmetric flavor structures
2433/50475 Seto, O 2001/06/15 0556-2821 12 PHYSICAL REVIEW D http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRD/v63/p123506 63 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Gravitational waves in cosmological models of Horava-Witten theory
2433/26272 Nakashima, Kimie 2005/02/01 104 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 94 1416 京都大学数理解析研究所 Generation and propagation of interface to a Lotka-Volterra competition diffusion system with large interaction rate (Dynamics of spatio - temporal patterns for the system of reaction - diffusion equations)
2433/41146 松本, 圭司 2001/06/01 64 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 50 1212 京都大学数理解析研究所 3次曲面のモジュライに関する保型形式 (微分方程式論における積分公式とTwisted Cohomology)
2433/60298 OOSHIDA, Takeshi 1996/05/01 127 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 118 949 京都大学数理解析研究所 Generic Weakly-Nonlinear Model Equations for Density Waves in Two-Phase Fluids
2433/75614 Tanaka, Kenzo 1958/03/30 139 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 123 35 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Phase Transformation of n-Higher Alcohols. (I)
2433/150455 Ueda, Jumpei 2011/10/04 Broadband spectral modification of near ultra violet (UV) light to infra-red (IR) light is investigated in Yb3þ-doped CeO2 polycrystalline ceramics sintered in different atmospheres (air, oxygen, and 95%N2-5%H2). The intense Yb3þ photoluminescence (PL) peaked at 970 nm was observed by the UV excitation at around 390 nm in the samples except those sintered under N2-H2. A broad photoluminescence excitation (PLE) band of Yb3þ luminescence peaked at 390 nm corresponds to the absorption band and the photocurrent excitation band in the non-doped CeO2 crystal, which are also in accordance with the PLE band of Eu3þ luminescence in the Eu3þ-doped CeO2. Judging from these results, the PLE band is attributed to the charge transfer (CT) band from O2 to Ce4þ, but not to the CT from O2 to Yb3þ. From the sintering atmosphere dependence of the PL and PLE, we found that the oxygen vacancies and Ce3þ impurities are not responsible for the 390 nm-absorption band but they work as a quenching center for the Yb3þ luminescence. 00218979 7 Journal of Applied Physics 073104 http://jap.aip.org/resource/1/japiau/v110/i7/p073104_s1 110 American Institute of Physics Broadband near ultra violet sensitization of 1 μm luminescence in Yb3+-doped CeO2 crystal
2433/83139 Kobayashi, Kojiro 1993/01/01 34 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 20 818 京都大学数理解析研究所 On Malign Input Distributions for Algorithms(Mathematical Logic and Applications'92)
2433/81325 Tanaka, Ken'ichiro 2007/11/01 35 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 22 1573 京都大学数理解析研究所 Sinc-Gauss Sampling Formula(Mathematical Sciences for Large Scale Numerical Simulations)
2433/141131 MAEDA, Fumi-Yuki 2009/11/01 80 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 68 1669 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 26D10 Variable exponent version of Hedberg-Wolff inequalities (Potential Theory and its related Fields)
2433/141602 IKEDA, KOTA 2010/06/01 142 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 132 1693 京都大学数理解析研究所 EXISTENCE AND STABILITY OF A TRAVELING WAVE SOLUTION ON A 3-COMPONENT REACTION-DIFFUSION MODEL IN COMBUSTION (Nonlinear evolution equations and mathematical modeling)
2433/81555 Hoshino, Masaki 2008/04/01 117 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 99 1588 京都大学数理解析研究所 Rate of approach of two solutions for a semilinear heat equation with power nonlinearity (Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Mathematical Modeling)
2433/193374 Mikumo, Takeshi 1964/02/15 An attempt was made to determine the local phase velocity of seismic waves by a combined analysis of records obtained by the strain and pendulum seismographs set up at a single station. The record of a strain seismograph may be reducible to the space derivaative of the ground displacement with respect to the direction of a strain rod, and the time derivative of the same displacement may be obtained from a pendulum record. The ratio of the two derivatives should then be the apparent local phase velocity of the waves along the direction of the instruments. An amplitude and phase compensation technique was applied to the two kinds of seismograms over an appropriate frequency range in order to get the phase velocities of seismic waves for five earthquakes recorded at Pasadena. The results obtained by this method show good agreement with the theoretically predicted velocities for body waves and, in some cases, for surface waves. This suggests that the present method may be useful for the identification of many unknown phases, especially of body waves and higher-mode surface waves. It is expected that much better results could be obtained from a system of two-component pendulums and strain seismometers especially designed and calibrated for this purpose. 731 0148-0227 4 Journal of Geophysical Research 721 69 American Geophysical Union Determination of local phase velocity by intercomparison of seismograms from strain and pendulum instruments
2433/195714 Takashima, Ryuta 2014/04/01 180 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 165 1886 京都大学数理解析研究所 Project Financing for Investments in Energy Technologies (Financial Modeling and Analysis)
2433/194645 Ojima, Izumi 2012/12/01 101 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 87 1820 京都大学数理解析研究所 How to Unify Interactions? : Independence and Dependence in Physics (Mathematical Studies on Independence and Dependence Structure : Algebra meets Probability)
2433/171453 SPALLONE, STEVEN 2011/10/01 13 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1767 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON THE TRACE FORMULA APPROACH TO DISCRETE SERIES MULTIPLICITIES (Automorphic forms, trace formulas and zeta functions)
2433/47251 Rivera, Jaime E. Munoz 2005/04/01 93 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 78 1425 京都大学数理解析研究所 About weak dissipations in Mathematicals models (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/53377 KOMATSU, K. 1976/10/30 Load- deflection relation of Double Cantilever Beam (DCB) specimens with thick epoxy adhesive layer was analyzed by assuming adherends to be elastic beam supported on a viscoelastic foundation. Method of analysis for the beam on elastic foundation was extended to the time dependent problem and numerical method based on the finite difference method was used. As the results of numerical calculations, it was clarified that while DCB specimen bonded with epoxy adhesives containing 0 and 20 phr of flexibilizer did not show the nonlinearity on load-deflection curve, those with 40 and 60 phr of flexibilizer showed the slight nonlinearity. Strain energy release rate of the DCB specimen was calculated from the load-deflection relation by employing the least squares method. Fracture toughness was estimated with experimental data and the derived equations of strain energy release rate. Other time independent methods for estimating fracture toughness of DCB specimen were also used, and results obtained by these all estimation methods were compared with each other. In consequence, no clear distinction between two kinds of fracture toughness estimated with time dependent equation and time independent equation was observed, because the relaxation time of epoxy adhesive was relatively large. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 43 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 25 61 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Estimating Fracture Toughness from Nonlinear Load-Deflection Relation
2433/58445 Iwasaki, Chisato 2006/07/01 172 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 160 1502 京都大学数理解析研究所 Symbolic calculus of pseudo-differential operators and curvature of manifolds(Developments of Cartan Geometry and Related Mathematical Problems)
2433/51484 楊, 萍 1988/11/30 パーティクルマットの曲面成形における変形過程と応力分布を数値解析する方法を提案した第1報では,マットのモデル要素の弾性定数は最初非常に小さいが,段々増加して,最終的には成形される曲面パーティクルボードのそれに到達するものと仮定し,パーティクルの相互間の滑りなどは要素の弾性定数の変化という形で表わされ,増分計算の過程で逐次要素内で消化されると考えた。本報では,マットが圧密化される過程におけるパーティクル相互間の滑りを更に適確に表現するために,もう少し自由に動くことができるパーティクルのモデル要素(三角形平面要素とバネ要素からなるいわゆるグズミ要素)を考えた。グズミ要素を用いたこの方法では,増分計算の過程の各段階における三角形平面要素の弾性定数をつねに一定(ここではボードの圧傍最終期の弾性定数を用いた)とし,要素と要素の間の連結部分のバネ要素(Z要素)のばね定数をマットの圧縮段階に応じて段々高くすることでパーティクルの動きと圧縮過程を表現した.本報で得られた結果は次の通りである:1.提案したグズミ要常法でパーティクルの成形問題を解くためには,水平方向のバネ定数ん1と垂直方向のそれん2を次のようにとると,比較的合理的な答えが得られると考えられる。すなわち,k_1=c_0+c_1λ^n,k_2=k_1/4,ここに,c_0=0.04kgf/mm,c_1=800 kgf/mm,λ:マットの圧縮率,n=2。2.前報の増分弾性要素法による結果に比べて応力集中点の主応力は大きく算定される煩向かあるが,弾性定数が非常に異なる層からなる複合系の解析には計算上層間の境界の不連続性が軽減されるので,より合理的な変形や応力分布の計算ができると考えられる。3.グズミ要素を用いる方法もまた増分弾性要素法とともに圧傍系の変形と応力のシミュレーションにある程度有効な方法であると考えられる。 55 0285-7049 木材研究・資料 45 24 京都大学木材研究所 Computer Simulation by Finite Element Method with Guzumi-Element <論文>木質パーティクルマットの曲面成形(第3報) : グズミ要素法によるコンピューターシミュレーション
2433/47418 Koike, Tatsuya 2005/05/01 26 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 9 1433 京都大学数理解析研究所 On a connection problem of simple pole type operators of second order in exact WKB analysis (Deformation of linear differential equations and their virtual turning points)
2433/170007 Ishige, Kazuhiro 2010/08/01 87 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 71 1702 京都大学数理解析研究所 Topics on the movement of Hot Spots for the Heat Equation with a Potential (New Developments of Functional Equations in Mathematical Analysis)
2433/174039 Padula, Mariarosaria. 2007/03/01 304 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 287 B1 京都大学数理解析研究所 Nonlinear Stability On stability of equilibrium figures of a uniformly rotating liquid drop in n-dimensional space(Kyoto Conference on the Navier-Stokes Equations and their Applications)
2433/175248 Nakanishi, Takayuki 2013/06/01 Photoluminescence (PL) fatigue-recovery phenomena in germanium sulfide were investigated, and the temperature dependence of the time-dependent PL intensity for several compositions (Ge_{33.3}S_{66.7}, Ge_{20}S_{80} and Ge_{10}S_{90}) was analyzed. Side-bands were observed and two bands out of them for argon-ion laser excitation, one at 2.25 eV for all compositions and the other extended from 2.15 to 2.45 for Ge_{10}S_{90} especially at the lower temperatures, were used to fully describe the time-dependence.The functional form which is similar to those in the previous report [T. Nakanishi et al., J. Non-Cryst. Solids 354 (2008) 1627] was used and it is extended to account for the effect of side-band at below 30 K for Ge_{20}S_{80} and monotonous decrease of background for Ge10S90. 310 0013-4686 30 Electrochimica Acta 304 100 Elsevier Ltd. Chalcogenide glass Time-dependent photoluminescence fatigue-recovery phenomena in germanium sulfide glasses
2433/39871 Ke, XZ 2005/05/01 1098-0121 18 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v71/p184107 71 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Cubic and orthorhombic structures off aluminum hydride AlH3 predicted by a first-principles study
2433/39848 Sakoda, K 2001/07/15 0163-1829 4 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v64/p045116 64 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Photonic bands of metallic systems. I. Principle of calculation and accuracy
2433/109946 Zhang, Shuo 2009/06/01 We have investigated the origin of significantly high thermal stability of Zr50Cu40Al10 metallic glass and its crystallization behavior as compared to Zr70Cu20Al10 and Zr70Cu30 glassy alloys, by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), x-ray diffraction (XRD) and resonant ultrasound spectroscopy (RUS) techniques. It was found from XRD and DSC analyses that (i) constituent atoms in Zr50Cu40Al10 are highly close-packed in a glassy state and (ii) Zr50Cu40Al10 glass shows a complicated crystallization process when it is heated at conventional heating rates, but when it is rapidly heated, the ordered B2-type ZrCu is dominantly formed. The high thermal stability and its crystallization behavior are discussed in terms of the long-range-diffusion of atoms and elastic strain energy. 1345 1345-9678 6 MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS 1340 50 Japan Institute of Metals bulk metallic glasses Crystallization Behavior and Structural Stability of Zr50Cu40Al10 Bulk Metallic Glass
2433/63447 Kosugi, Satoshi 1999/11/01 27 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 9 1117 京都大学数理解析研究所 SEMILINEAR ELLIPTIC EQUATION ON A THIN NETWORK-SHAPED DOMAIN (Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/64562 Nagai, Toshitaka 2001/01/01 176 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 140 1181 京都大学数理解析研究所 Concentration Behavior of Blow-up Solutions for a Simplified System of Chemotaxis (Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/49914 Onuki, A 2006/02/01 1539-3755 2 PHYSICAL REVIEW E http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRE/v73/p021506 73 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Ginzburg-Landau theory of solvation in polar fluids: Ion distribution around an interface
2433/49966 Kanya, R 2004/11/15 9497 0021-9606 19 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 9489 http://link.aip.org/link/?jcp/121/9489 121 AMER INST PHYSICS Pendular-state spectroscopy of the S-1-S-0 electronic transition of 9-cyanoanthracene
2433/76798 1979/02/10 427 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 381 56 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Abstracts of the Papers Published by the Staff Members of the Institute from July, 1977 to June, 1978
2433/40948 Nakai, Eiichi 2001/04/01 74 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 56 1201 京都大学数理解析研究所 Generalized fractional integrals (Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear P.D.E.)
2433/43326 Tanaka, Hidekazu 2003/07/01 174 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 158 1334 京都大学数理解析研究所 On a location parameter family of distributions attaining the Bhattacharyya bound (Approximations to the Statistical Distributions)
2433/47080 Kashiwagi, Hiroshi 1980/02/20 84 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 70 49 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Dielectric constant and density of cyclohexane-benzene mixtures under high pressure
2433/46522 Kosaki, Takekazu 1938/04/30 46 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 21 12 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Thermal analysis of enzyme reactions : report I. Invertase action
2433/26282 Nakamura, Makoto 2005/02/01 35 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 8 1417 京都大学数理解析研究所 Global existence of solutions to multiple speed systems of quasilinear wave equations in exterior domains (Studies on nonlinear waves and dispersive equations)
2433/25848 Matsumoto, Koichi 2004/08/01 211 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 192 1391 京都大学数理解析研究所 Optimal Portfolio of Low Liquid Assets (Mathematical Economics)
2433/25327 Hiroshima, Fumio 2004/04/01 181 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 162 1364 京都大学数理解析研究所 Enhanched binding and mass renormalization of nonrelativistic QED (Spectral and Scattering Theory and Related Topics)
2433/25674 Sakakibara, Susumu 2004/06/01 41 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 21 1381 京都大学数理解析研究所 Continued Fractions and Fractional Derivative Viscoelasticity (Feasibility of Theoretical Arguments of Mathematical Analysis on Computer)
2433/25668 Enoki, Hiroyuki 2004/06/01 181 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 160 1380 京都大学数理解析研究所 Transformations with Improved Chi-Squared Approximations (Interval Estimation and Its Related Topics)
2433/59919 AOYAMA, HIROSHI 1995/11/01 15 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 927 京都大学数理解析研究所 GLOBAL INTUITIONISTIC LOGIC AND ITS SEMANTIC COMPLETENESS(Non-Classical Logics and Their Kripke Semantics)
2433/60801 Arai, Toshiyasu 1997/02/01 124 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 97 976 京都大学数理解析研究所 From the Attic
2433/58820 RENZNIKOV, ANDRE 2006/10/01 171 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 158 1523 京都大学数理解析研究所 Representation theory GELFAND PAIRS AND BOUNDS FOR VARIOUS FOURIER COEFFICIENTS OF AUTOMORPHIC FUNCTIONS(Automorphic representations, L-functions, and periods)
2433/101658 Tsuiki, Hideki 1989/12/01 142 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 116 709 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Denotational Model of Type Inheritance and Generics
2433/123732 NAKANO, Shokichi 1963/01/30 20 0454-7675 Bulletins - Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University 1 60 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University The Effect of Surface Temperature on the Crustal Deformations
2433/140725 Kumano-go, Naoto 2009/05/01 52 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 32 1648 京都大学数理解析研究所 Smooth functional derivatives in Feynman path integrals by time slicing approximation (Hyperfunctions and linear differential equations 2006. History of Mathematics and Algorithms)
2433/141161 Ishige, Kazuhiro 2009/12/01 145 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 128 1671 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the Heat Equation in a Half-Space with a Nonlinear Boundary Condition (Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/140571 Okazawa, Noboru 2009/04/01 84 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 67 1640 京都大学数理解析研究所 Abstract approach to the Dirac equation (Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Mathematical Modeling)
2433/198861 Nawa, Kanabu 2007/04/19 1550-7998 8 Physical Review D 75 American Physical Society Baryons in holographic QCD
2433/188882 Goda, S. 2014/03/12 The in-medium pion properties, i.e. the temporal pion decay constant ft, the pion mass m^∗_π, and the wave function renormalization in symmetric nuclear matter are calculated in an in-medium chiral perturbation theory up to the next-to-leading order of the density expansion O(k^4_F). The chiral Lagrangian for the pion–nucleon interaction is determined in vacuum, and the low-energy constants are fixed by experimental observables. We carefully define the in-medium state of the pion and find that the pion wave function renormalization plays an essential role in the in-medium pion properties. We show that the linear density correction is dominant and the next-to-leading corrections are not so large at the saturation density, while their contributions can be significant at higher densities. The main contribution of the next-to-leading order comes from the double scattering term. We also discuss whether the low-energy theorems, the Gell-Mann–Oakes–Renner relation and the Glashow–Weinberg relation, are satisfied in the nuclear medium beyond the linear density approximation. We also find that the wave function renormalization is enhanced as much as 50% at the saturation density including the next-to-leading contribution, and that the wave function renormalization can be measured in the in-medium π^0→γγ decay. 2050-3911 3 Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics 2014 Oxford University Press D33 Pion properties at finite nuclear density based on in-medium chiral perturbation theory
2433/170875 Masuda, Shigeru 2011/04/01 190 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 180 1739 京都大学数理解析研究所 微視的記述流体力学方程式における急減少関数 (数学史の研究) THE RAPIDLY DECREASING FUNCTIONS OF THE MICROSCOPICALLY-DESCRIPTIVE HYDRODYNAMIC EQUATIONS (Study of the History of Mathematics)
2433/171048 Ishige, Kazuhiro 2011/06/01 132 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 112 1746 京都大学数理解析研究所 Decay estimates of a nonnegative Schrodinger heat semigroup (Nonlinear evolution equations and related topics to mathematical analysis of a phenomena)
2433/179284 Kanada, Ryo 2013/08/14 KIF1A is a single-headed molecular motor that moves processively and unidirectionally along a microtubule by using the chemical energy released by hydrolyzing adenosine triphosphate (ATP) into adenosine diphosphate (ADP) and inorganic phosphate (Pi). Although the movement of KIF1A seems to have successfully been explained by a simple Brownian motor model of the flashing ratchet type, this model is not suited to discuss the energetics of KIF1A. We introduce an elaborated model of the ratchet type to investigate how the chemical free energy is converted into mechanical work by taking account of the binding and release of reactant (ATP) and product (ADP and Pi) molecules to and from the motor. The efficiency of energy transduction, the power output, and other quantities are calculated from the analytically obtained steady-state solution of the Fokker-Planck equations. It turns out that the concentrations of the reactant and product molecules that optimize both the efficiency and the power are close to those in the cell. 1539-3755 2 Physical Review E 88 American Physical Society Energetics of the single-headed kinesin KIF1A
2433/47222 Hibino, Masaki 2005/04/01 141 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 128 1424 京都大学数理解析研究所 Borel Summability of Divergent Solutions for Singular 1st Order Linear PDEs of Nilpotent Type (Recent Trends in Exponential Asymptotics)
2433/200697 Kaji, Hironori 2015/10/19 Efficient organic light-emitting diodes have been developed using emitters containing rare metals, such as platinum and iridium complexes. However, there is an urgent need to develop emitters composed of more abundant materials. Here we show a thermally activated delayed fluorescence material for organic light-emitting diodes, which realizes both approximately 100% photoluminescence quantum yield and approximately 100% up-conversion of the triplet to singlet excited state. The material contains electron-donating diphenylaminocarbazole and electron-accepting triphenyltriazine moieties. The typical trade-off between effective emission and triplet-to-singlet up-conversion is overcome by fine-tuning the highest occupied molecular orbital and lowest unoccupied molecular orbital distributions. The nearly zero singlet-triplet energy gap, smaller than the thermal energy at room temperature, results in an organic light-emitting diode with external quantum efficiency of 29.6%. An external quantum efficiency of 41.5% is obtained when using an out-coupling sheet. The external quantum efficiency is 30.7% even at a high luminance of 3,000 cd m(-2). 効率100％で電気を光に変換する有機EL材料の高性能化に成功. 京都大学プレスリリース. 2015-10-21. 2041-1723 Nature communications 6 Nature Publishing Group Physical sciences Purely organic electroluminescent material realizing 100% conversion from electricity to light.
2433/86320 Ueno, Kimio 1983/03/23 Kyoto University カイラル場に作用する無限次元リー環とリーマン・ヒルベルト問題 Infinite Dimensional Lie Algebras Acting on Chiral Fields and the Riemann-Hilbert Problem
2433/174926 WONGCHANAPAI, Suranat 2013/03/25 Kyoto University solid oxide fuel cell 直接内部改質を伴う固体酸化物形燃料電池モデルの開発とバイオマス発電への適用 Development of Direct Internal Reforming Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Model and its Applications for Biomass Power Generation
2433/74903 Yabe, Hiroshi 1965/03/23 Kyoto University 静圧気体軸受の理論的研究 Theoretical Investigations of Externally pressurized Gas-Bearings
2433/77676 Kano, Kenji 1983/01/24 Kyoto University たん白質のポーラログラフ接触水素波に関する研究 Studies on polarographic catalytic hydrogen currents of proteins
2433/73460 Hirose, Masaaki 1973/01/23 Kyoto University 結晶酵母ホスホグルコムターゼに関する研究 Studies on crystalline yeast phosphoglucomutase
2433/157575 Iida, Yoshihisa 2012/03/26 Kyoto University 放射性廃棄物 放射性廃棄物処分安全評価のためのセレンの移行挙動に関する研究 Study on Migration Behavior of Selenium for Safety Assessment of Radioactive Waste Disposal
2433/188752 Ogawa, Takenobu 2014/03/24 Kyoto University Drying パスタの乾燥および吸水動力学 Drying and Rehydration Kinetics of Pasta
2433/57247 Narita, Atsushi 2008/03/24 Kyoto University Nucleic Acid Sensing 非侵襲的核酸解析に向けた新たな検出法の開発 Development of New Sensing Technologies toward Non-Invasive Nucleic Acid Analysis
2433/215220 Fang, Hui 2016/03/23 Kyoto University Micro/nano scale 共振を用いたマイクロ/ナノスケール材料の機械的特性の評価 Evaluation on mechanical properties of micro/nano-meter scale materials by resonant vibration
2433/131854 Fukushima, Ryoki 2010/12/01 The asymptotic behavior of the integrated density of states for a randomly perturbed lattice at the infimum of the spectrum is investigated. The leading term is determined when the decay of the single site potential is slow. The leading term depends only on the classical effect from the scalar potential. To the contrary, the quantum effect appears when the decay of the single site potential is fast. The corresponding leading term is estimated and the leading order is determined. In the multidimensional cases, the leading order varies in different ways from the known results in the Poisson case. The same problem is considered for the negative potential. These estimates are applied to investigate the long time asymptotics of Wiener integrals associated with the random potentials. 1083 1424-0637 6 Annales Henri Poincaré 1053 11 Springer Basel AG. Classical and Quantum Behavior of the Integrated Density of States for a Randomly Perturbed Lattice
2433/84628 Sun, Shoutian 2009/01/01 We report density-functional calculations that predict ten different low-energy structures for aluminum hydride AlH3 with space groups Pnma, P6/mmm, I4/mcm, P4/mbm, P4/nmm, Pmm, P21/m, P21/c, Pbcm, and P4/n. Phonon calculations within harmonic approximation reveal unstable modes in the P6/mmm, I4/mcm, P4/mbm, P4/nmm, Pmm, P21/m, and P21/c structures, indicating that they are unstable at low temperatures. The calculations show that the thermodynamic stabilities for AlH3 with space groups Pnma, Pbcm, and P4/n are overall close to the existing - and -AlH3. From x-ray powder-diffraction patterns, the simulated main-peak positions for AlH3 (P4/n) are in good agreement with experimental -AlH3. A full Rietveld analysis reveals that the fitting space groups Rc, Pbcm, and Pnma to the experimental x-ray powder-diffraction pattern of -AlH3 gives almost the same satisfactory result. 1098-0121 2 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevB.79.024104 79 American Physical Society First-principles prediction of low-energy structures for AlH3
2433/84625 Ichitsubo, T 2008/03/01 In oder to obtain a high-density magnetic recording medium using an L10 ferromagnetic ordered alloy, it is imperative to make its c-axis perpendicular to the thin film. In this work, we have investigated experimentally the c-axis orientation process of the L10 FePt in nanostructured FePt/B2O3 thin films, and its orientation mechanism is proposed on the basis of the micromechanics concept. From our present experimental results, we have found that there are three characteristic features when such c-axis orientation occurs in the thin films: the marked crystallographic orientation occurs during the cooling process, the axial ratio c/a experimentally observed tends to be considerably lower than the equilibrium value, and the degree of c-axis orientation is lowered for a relatively thick film, that is, the plane-stress state plays a key role to make the c-axis perpendicular to the film surface. In-plane (biaxial) tensile stresses are considered to be yielded due to the thermal shrinking difference between the two materials, and ordered FePt particles with the c-axis perpendicular to the film surface is considerably stabilized under such in-plane tensile stresses in terms of the mechanical interaction energy. The validity of this mechanism is also confirmed for CoPt/B2O3 thin films. 1098-0121 9 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevB.77.094114 77 American Physical Society Mechanism of c-axis orientation of L1(0) FePt in nanostructured FePt/B2O3 thin films
2433/163440 Takata, Shigeru 2011/02/16 Poiseuille and thermal transpiration flows of a highly rarefied gas are investigated on the basis of the linearized Boltzmann equation, with a special interest in the over-concentration of molecules on velocities parallel to the walls. An iterative approximation procedure with an explicit error estimate is presented, by which the structure of the over-concentration is clarified. A numerical computation on the basis of the procedure is performed for a hard-sphere molecular gas to construct a database that promptly gives the induced net mass flow for an arbitrary value of large Knudsen numbers. An asymptotic formula of the net mass flow is also presented for molecular models belonging to Grad's hard potential. Finally, the resemblance of the profiles between the heat flow of the Poiseuille flow and the flow velocity of the thermal transpiration is pointed out. The reason is also given. 259 0022-1120 JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS 242 669 Cambridge University Press kinetic theory Poiseuille and thermal transpiration flows of a highly rarefied gas: over-concentration in the velocity distribution function
2433/151704 Hyodo, Tetsuo 2012/01/01 The Λ(1405) baryon resonance plays an outstanding role in various aspects in hadron and nuclear physics. It has been considered that the Λ(1405) resonance is generated by the attractive interaction of the antikaon and the nucleon as a quasi-bound state below its threshold decaying into the πΣ channel. Thus, the structure of Λ(1405) is closely related to the View the MathML source interaction which is the fundamental ingredient to study few-body systems with antikaon. In this paper, after reviewing the basic properties of the Λ(1405) resonance, we introduce the dynamical coupled-channel model which respects chiral symmetry of QCD and the unitarity of the scattering amplitude. We show that the structure of the Λ(1405) resonance is dominated by the meson–baryon molecular component and is described as a superposition of two independent states. The meson–baryon nature of Λ(1405) leads to various hadronic molecular states in few-body systems with strangeness which are hadron composite systems driven by the hadronic interactions. We summarize the recent progress in the investigation of the Λ(1405) structure and future perspective of the physics of the Λ(1405) resonance. 98 0146-6410 1 Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics 55 67 Elsevier B.V. Λ(1405) baryon resonance The nature of the Λ(1405) resonance in chiral dynamics
2433/63961 Lachowicz, Miroslaw 2000/04/01 142 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 121 1146 京都大学数理解析研究所 HYDRODYNAMIC LIMITS OF SOME KINETIC EQUATIONS (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/64212 Tri, Nguyen Minh 2000/06/01 73 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 62 1159 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON THE ANALYTICITY AND GEVREY REGULARITY OF SOLUTIONS OF SEMILINEAR PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH MULTIPLE CHARACTERISTICS (Microlocal Analysis and PDE in the Complex Domain)
2433/64400 Nakao, Mitsuhiro T. 2000/09/01 56 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 27 1169 京都大学数理解析研究所 Numerical Verification Methods for Solutions of Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations (Relevance and Feasibility of Mathematical Analysis on the Computer)
2433/62401 Saigo, Megumi 1998/09/01 107 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 89 1062 京都大学数理解析研究所 Generalized Fractional Calculus of the $H$-Function (Applications of Complex Function Theory to Differential Equations)
2433/49784 Kim, Hyeon-Deuk 2005/01/01 We present an analytical expression for the linear and nonlinear infrared spectra of interacting molecular vibrational motions. Each of the molecular modes is explicitly represented by a classical damped oscillator on an anharmonic multidimensional potential-energy surface. The two essential interactions, the dipole-dipole (DD) and the dipole-induced-dipole (DID) interactions, are taken into account, and each dipole moment and polarizability are expanded to nonlinear order with respect to the nuclear vibrational coordinate. Our analytical treatment leads to expressions for the contributions of anharmonicity, DD and DID interactions, and the nonlinearity of dipole moments and polarizability elements to the one-, two-, and three-dimensional spectra as separated terms, which allows us to discuss the relative importance of these respective contributions. We can calculate multidimensional signals for various configurations of molecules interacting through DD and DID interactions for different material parameters over the whole range of frequencies. We demonstrate that contributions from the DD and DID interactions and anharmonicity are separately detectable through the third-order three-dimensional IR spectroscopy, whereas they cannot be distinguished from each other in either the linear or the second-order IR spectroscopies. The possibility of obtaining the intra- or intermolecular structural information from multidimensional spectra is also discussed. 00219606 22 THE JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 224310 123 American Institute of Physics Multidimensional infrared spectroscopy for molecular vibrational modes with dipolar interactions, anharmonicity, and nonlinearity of dipole moments and polarizability
2433/50583 Yamamoto, T 2005/01/22 0021-9606 4 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS http://link.aip.org/link/?jcp/122/044106 122 AMER INST PHYSICS Path integral evaluation of the quantum instanton rate constant for proton transfer in a polar solvent
2433/42833 Deol Pino, Manue 2003/02/01 108 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 85 1307 京都大学数理解析研究所 SUPER-CRITICAL BUBBLING IN ELLIPTIC BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS (Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/41908 Yajima, Kenji 2002/04/01 204 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 183 1255 京都大学数理解析研究所 Local smoothing property and Strichartz inequality for Schrodinger equations with potentials superquadratic at infinity (Spectral and Scattering Theory and Related Topics)
2433/49844 Kawai, S 2004/04/08 6438 0021-9606 14 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 6430 http://link.aip.org/link/?jcp/120/6430 120 AMER INST PHYSICS Exit interaction effect on nascent product state distribution of O(D-1)+N2O -> NO+NO
2433/48195 Chuan, Le Huy 2006/02/01 27 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 9 1475 京都大学数理解析研究所 DYNAMICAL SYSTEM AND ASYMPTOTIC BEHAVIOR OF SOLUTIONS FOR FOREST KINEMATIC MODEL(Mathematical Models of Phenomena and Evolution Equations)
2433/48004 Nakashima, Kimie 2006/01/01 163 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 145 1464 京都大学数理解析研究所 Generation and propagation of interface to a competition-diffusion system with a very large interaction rate(Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/83750 KAWAI, Takahiro 1993/11/01 42 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 22 854 京都大学数理解析研究所 WKB analysis and deformation of Schrodinger equations
2433/61620 Ono, Takayori 1997/11/01 165 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 146 1016 京都大学数理解析研究所 On solutions of quasi-linear partial differential equations-div$\mathcal{A}(x,\nabla u)+\mathcal{B}(x,y)=0$
2433/43136 Shimano, Kazufumi 2003/05/01 161 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 147 1323 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic analysis for the Cauchy problem for a functional PDE (Viscosity Solutions of Differential Equations and Related Topics)
2433/41554 Kurata, Kazuhiro 2001/11/01 20 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1237 京都大学数理解析研究所 Existence of positive solutions for some nonlinear elliptic equations on unbounded domains with cylindrical ends (Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/47089 Hamann, Sefton D. 1980/01/01 168 0034-6675 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 147 50 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The role of electrostriction in high pressure chemistry (Modern aspects of physical chemistry at high pressure : the 50th commemorative volume)
2433/46591 Negishi, R. 1941/08/30 116 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 98 15 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The solubility of solid benzene in several non-polar liquids
2433/42553 Aikawa, Hiroaki 2002/11/01 14 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1293 京都大学数理解析研究所 MARTIN BOUNDARY FOR UNION OF CONVEX SETS (Potential Theory and Related Topics)
2433/41236 Shirahata, Masaru 2001/06/01 142 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 121 1217 京都大学数理解析研究所 Notes on the game semantics of Godel's T (Towards new interaction between category theory and proof theory)
2433/25691 Letellier, Emmanuel 2004/06/01 19 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1382 京都大学数理解析研究所 Fourier transforms of invariant functions on finite reductive Lie algebras (Aspects of Combinatorial Representaion Theory)
2433/60608 Oka, Hirokazu 1996/09/01 60 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 41 966 京都大学数理解析研究所 ABSTRACT QUASILINEAR INTEGRODIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF HYPERBOLIC TYPE(Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Applications)
2433/60599 Kobayashi, Takayuki 1996/09/01 189 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 170 966 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the exterior problem of compressible Navier-Stokes equation(Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Applications)
2433/59957 TAKEI, Yoshitsugu 1995/12/01 99 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 70 931 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the connection formula for the first Painleve equation : from the viewpoint of the exact WKB analysis(Painleve Transcendents and Asymptotic Analysis)
2433/59976 Kaneko, Junji 1995/12/01 60 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 46 932 京都大学数理解析研究所 Explicit Order 1.5 Runge-Kutta Scheme for Solutions of Ito Stochastic Differential Equations(2nd Workshop on Stochastic Numerics)
2433/156512 Bombin, H. 2012/04/30 The inevitable presence of decoherence effects in systems suitable for quantum computation necessitates effective error-correction schemes to protect information from noise. We compute the stability of the toric code to depolarization by mapping the quantum problem onto a classical disordered eight-vertex Ising model. By studying the stability of the related ferromagnetic phase via both large-scale Monte Carlo simulations and the duality method, we are able to demonstrate an increased error threshold of 18.9(3)% when noise correlations are taken into account. Remarkably, this result agrees within error bars with the result for a different class of codes—topological color codes—where the mapping yields interesting new types of interacting eight-vertex models. 従来の理論限界を大きく超える量子情報誤り訂正新技術 : 偏極解消トーラス符号.京都大学プレスリリース.2012-06-15. 2160-3308 2 Physical Review X http://prx.aps.org/pdf/PRX/v2/i2/e021004 2 American Physical Society Computational Physics Strong Resilience of Topological Codes to Depolarization
2433/76048 1965/03/25 134 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 102 43 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Abstracts of the Papers Published in Other Journals by the Staff Members of this Institute During the Year 1964 (Special Issue on Physical, Chemical and Biological Effects of Gamma Radiation, VI)
2433/158309 Nakanishi, K. 2012/01/01 We construct center-stable and center-unstable manifolds, as well as stable and unstable manifolds, for the nonlinear Klein–Gordon equation with a focusing energy subcritical nonlinearity, associated with a family of solitary waves which is generated from any radial stationary solution by the action of all Lorentz transforms and spatial translations. The construction is based on the graph transform (or Hadamard) approach, which requires less spectral information on the linearized operator, and less decay of the nonlinearity, than the Lyapunov–Perron method employed previously in this context. The only assumption on the stationary solution is that the kernel of the linearized operator is spanned by its spatial derivatives, which is known to hold for the ground states. The main novelty of this paper is that the graph transform method is carried out in the presence of modulation parameters corresponding to the symmetries. 1210 0036-1410 2 SIAM Journal on Mathematical Analysis 1175 44 Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics nonlinear wave equation Invariant Manifolds Around Soliton Manifolds for the Nonlinear Klein–Gordon Equation
2433/76220 Takezaki, Yoshimasa 1968/03/30 405 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 388 45 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Determination of Micro-reactor Volume from the Transient Concentration Profile by Means of a Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer and the Application to the Rate Constant Measurement of Fast Reactions, O+NO₂→NO+O₂ and N+NO→N₂+O
2433/124898 LAKSHMANAN, Narayanan 1981/06/01 114 0454-7675 2 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 79 31 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Dynamic Soil Reactions in Radially Non-Homogeneous Soil Media
2433/124895 TSUCHIYA, Yoshito 1981/03/01 34 0454-7675 1 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 17 31 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University A New Approach to Stokes Wave Theory
2433/82551 KUMAGAI, TAKASHI 1992/05/01 45 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 27 783 京都大学数理解析研究所 Estimates of the Transition Densities for Brownian Motion on Nested Fractals
2433/83251 Takata, Shigeru 1993/03/01 93 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 64 824 京都大学数理解析研究所 Numerical analysis of a uniform flow of a rarefied gas past a sphere on the basis of the Boltzmann equation for hard-sphere molecules(Mathematical Analysis of Phenomena in Fluid and Plasma Dynamics)
2433/187149 Kinoshita, Takehiko 2014/04/01 We consider the guaranteed a posteriori estimates for the inverse parabolic operators with homogeneous initial-boundary conditions. Our estimation technique uses a full-discrete numerical scheme, which is based on the Galerkin method with an interpolation in time by using the fundamental solution for semidiscretization in space. In our technique, the constructive a priori error estimates for a full discretization of solutions for the heat equation play an essential role. Combining these estimates with an argument for the discretized inverse operator and a contraction property of the Newton-type formulation, we derive an a posteriori estimate of the norm for the infinite-dimensional operator. In numerical examples, we show that the proposed method should be more efficient than the existing method. Moreover, as an application, we give some prototype results for numerical verification of solutions of nonlinear parabolic problems, which confirm the actual usefulness of our technique. 701 0029-599X 4 Numerische Mathematik 679 126 Springer Berlin Heidelberg 35K20 On the a posteriori estimates for inverse operators of linear parabolic equations with applications to the numerical enclosure of solutions for nonlinear problems
2433/187061 Aotani, Masayasu 2013/02/01 Controversies abound regarding the choice between linear regression and the Simple View of Reading (SVR) to describe reading comprehension (R), particularly in relation to decoding (D) and linguistic comprehension (C) (Høien-Tengesdal, 2010; Savage, 2006; Savage & Wolforth, 2007). This is despite the stark qualitative difference between multiplicative SVR and additive linear regression. In this comparative study, I (1) examine the different fit criteria, validity, and merits as well as demerits of each instrument, (2) explain why they are mathematically equivalent with optimal zero-point adjustments for D and C in SVR and the inclusion of D×C in linear regression, and (3) generate simulated datasets to examine the contribution of D×C based on significance levels and effect sizes. The equivalence in (2) means that SVR with optimal zeropoint adjustments can always explain more variance in R than multiple regression with only D and C as the predictors. However, the mathematically optimal adjustments may not always make good linguistic sense. These issues are discussed algebraically followed by an illustrative numerical example. This paper concludes with a set of criteria involving the significance, effect size, nullity adjustments, and commonality analysis to assess the applicability of SVR in a given situation. 21 2185-680X 京都大学国際交流センター 論攷 1 3 京都大学国際交流センター simple view of reading <研究論文>読解モデルとしてのSimple View of Reading と重回帰分析: 乗法モデルと加法モデルの比較と互換性 The Simple View of Reading and Multiple Regression: Comparing and Compromising Multiplicative and Additive Models
2433/189556 Murakami, Yohei 2014/08/04 Parameter inference and model selection are very important for mathematical modeling in systems biology. Bayesian statistics can be used to conduct both parameter inference and model selection. Especially, the framework named approximate Bayesian computation is often used for parameter inference and model selection in systems biology. However, Monte Carlo methods needs to be used to compute Bayesian posterior distributions. In addition, the posterior distributions of parameters are sometimes almost uniform or very similar to their prior distributions. In such cases, it is difficult to choose one specific value of parameter with high credibility as the representative value of the distribution. To overcome the problems, we introduced one of the population Monte Carlo algorithms, population annealing. Although population annealing is usually used in statistical mechanics, we showed that population annealing can be used to compute Bayesian posterior distributions in the approximate Bayesian computation framework. To deal with un-identifiability of the representative values of parameters, we proposed to run the simulations with the parameter ensemble sampled from the posterior distribution, named "posterior parameter ensemble". We showed that population annealing is an efficient and convenient algorithm to generate posterior parameter ensemble. We also showed that the simulations with the posterior parameter ensemble can, not only reproduce the data used for parameter inference, but also capture and predict the data which was not used for parameter inference. Lastly, we introduced the marginal likelihood in the approximate Bayesian computation framework for Bayesian model selection. We showed that population annealing enables us to compute the marginal likelihood in the approximate Bayesian computation framework and conduct model selection depending on the Bayes factor. 1932-6203 8 PloS one 9 Public Library of Science Bayesian parameter inference and model selection by population annealing in systems biology.
2433/198825 Sadaie, Wakako 2014/06/23 Computer-assisted simulation is a promising approach for clarifying complicated signaling networks. However, this approach is currently limited by a deficiency of kinetic parameters determined in living cells. To overcome this problem, we applied fluorescence cross-correlation spectrometry (FCCS) to measure dissociation constant (Kd) values of signaling molecule complexes in living cells (in vivo Kd). Among the pairs of fluorescent molecules tested, that of monomerized enhanced green fluorescent protein (mEGFP) and HaloTag-tetramethylrhodamine was most suitable for the measurement of in vivo Kd by FCCS. Using this pair, we determined 22 in vivo Kd values of signaling molecule complexes comprising the epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR)-Ras-extracellular signal-regulated kinase (ERK) mitogen-activated protein (MAP) kinase pathway. With these parameters, we developed a kinetic simulation model of the EGFR-Ras-ERK MAP kinase pathway and uncovered a potential role played by stoichiometry in Shc binding to EGFR during the peak activations of Ras, MEK, and ERK. Intriguingly, most of the in vivo Kd values determined in this study were higher than the in vitro Kd values reported previously, suggesting the significance of competitive bindings inside cells. These in vivo Kd values will provide a sound basis for the quantitative understanding of signal transduction. 3290 1098-5549 17 Molecular and cellular biology 3272 34 American Society for Microbiology Quantitative in vivo fluorescence cross-correlation analyses highlight the importance of competitive effects in the regulation of protein-protein interactions.
2433/193083 YAMASHITA, Shota 2014/09/01 In this paper, we study the feasibility of a batteryless wireless sensor supplied with energy by using microwave power transmission (MPT). If we perform co-channel operation of MPT and wireless local area networks (WLANs) for the sake of spectral efficiency, a time division method for MPT and WLAN communications is required to avoid serious interference from MPT to WLAN data transmissions. In addition, to reduce the power consumption of a sensor, the use of power-save operation of the sensor is desirable. We proposed a scheduling scheme that allocates time for MPT and WLAN communications. Specifically, in the proposed scheduling system, an energy source transmits microwave power to a sensor station except when the sensor station transmits data frames or receives beacon frames. In addition, in the proposed scheduling system, we force the remaining energy of the sensor station to converge to a maximum value by adjusting the time interval of data transmission from the sensor station such that the power consumption of the sensor station is reduced. On the basis of the proposition, we implemented a scheduling system and then confirmed that it performed successfully in the conducted experiments. Finally, we discussed the feasibility of the proposed scheduling scheme by evaluating the coverage and then showed that the scheduling scheme can be applied to closed space or room. 1852 0916-8516 9 IEICE Transactions on Communications 1843 E97-B Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers(IEICE) microwave power transmission Implementation and feasibility study of co-channel operation system of microwave power transmissions to IEEE 802.11-based battery-less sensors
2433/195561 SHIBATA, Yoshihiro 2014/01/01 18 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1875 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the $mathcal{R}$-Boundedness of Solution Operators for the weak Dirichlet-Neumann Problem (Mathematical Analysis of Incompressible Flow)
2433/194822 HUANG, Xiangdi 2013/04/01 118 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 98 1830 京都大学数理解析研究所 Global Classical and Weak Solutions to the Three-Dimensional Full Compressible Navier-Stokes System with Vacuum and Large Oscillations (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/194710 Ishige, Kazuhiro 2013/01/01 148 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 128 1823 京都大学数理解析研究所 $L^p$ norms of nonnegative Schrodinger heat semigroup and the large time behavior of hot spots (Stochastic Processes and Statistical Phenomena behind PDEs)
2433/195789 MIZUTANI, HARUYA 2014/04/01 182 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 170 1891 京都大学数理解析研究所 REMARKS ON STRICHARTZ ESTIMATES FOR SCHRODINGER EQUATIONS WITH POTENTIALS SUPERQUADRATIC AT INFINITY (Spectral and Scattering Theory and Related Topics)
2433/174043 Kracmar, S. 2007/03/01 235 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 219 B1 京都大学数理解析研究所 Anisotropic $L^2$-estimates of weak solutions to the stationary Oseen-type equations in $\mathbb{R}^3$ for a rotating body(Kyoto Conference on the Navier-Stokes Equations and their Applications)
2433/46135 神前, 武和 1938/04/30 46 2 物理化學の進歩 21 12 日本物理化學研究會 熱解析による酵素作用の研究（第一報） ： サッカラーゼの作用 Thermal analysis of enzyme reactions : report I. Invertase action
2433/102096 OKAMOTO, HISASHI 1991/01/01 242 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 208 740 京都大学数理解析研究所 capillary-gravity wave Normal Forms of the Bifurcation Equations in the Problem of Capillary-Gravity Waves(Mathematical Aspects on Nonlinear Waves in Fluids)
2433/74993 Kohjiya, Shinzo 1975/01/23 Kyoto University 環状ジエンのカチオン重合に関する速度論的研究 Kinetic studies on the cationic polymerization of cyclic dienes
2433/74865 Ohnishi, Masami 1979/03/23 Kyoto University トカマク核融合プラズマにおける荷電粒子加熱 Charged Particle Heating in Tokamak Fusion Plasmas
2433/86277 Maegawa, Satoru 1979/05/23 Kyoto University 4He不純物を含んだ固体3Heの3He核スピン緩和 3He Nuclear Spin Relaxation in Solid 3He with 4He Impurities
2433/74875 Iwata, Hiroo 1979/11/24 Kyoto University 反応性高分子の合成と高分子-高分子間反応に関する研究 Synthesis of Reactive Polymers and Study of Their Polymer-Polymer Reactions
2433/77662 Nakatsubo, Fumiaki 1980/09/24 Kyoto University P-クマリルアルコールの酵素的脱水素反応とオリゴリグノール類の合成 Enzymic dehydrogenation of p-coumaryl alcohol and syntheses of oligolignols
2433/74928 Igarashi, Akito 1982/11/24 Kyoto University 確率論的転位増殖モデルに基づく金属疲労の研究 Studies on Fatigue of Metals on the Basis of a Stochastic Model for Dislocation Multiplication
2433/157078 Kurahashi, Takuya 2000/03/23 本文データは平成22年度国立国会図書館の学位論文(博士)のデジタル化実施により作成された画像ファイルを基にpdf変換したものである Kyoto University 合成ホスト分子による糖の分子認識と位置選択的化学変換 Molecular Recognition and Regioselective Functionalization of Carbohydrates by Synthetic Host Molecules
2433/157517 Isakari, Hiroshi 2012/03/26 Kyoto University 多重極法 音響学及び動弾性学における周期多重極法とカルデロンの式に基づく前処理 Periodic FMMs and Calderon's preconditioning in acoustics and elastodynamics
2433/142181 Shizu, Katsuyuki 2011/03/23 Kyoto University 振電相互作用密度解析とその応用 Vibronic Coupling Density Analysis and Its Applications
2433/57294 木下, 佑介 2008/03/24 京都大学 ナノ ナノ不均一性を有する構造体の力学特性に関する研究
2433/187159 Ninomiya, Hirokazu 1995/03/23 本文データは平成22年度国立国会図書館の学位論文(博士)のデジタル化実施により作成された画像ファイルを基にpdf変換したものである. Kyoto University 競争・拡散方程式系の分離集合 Separatrices of competition-diffusion equations
2433/154660 Ohki, Michio 1994/03/23 本文データは平成22年度国立国会図書館の学位論文(博士)のデジタル化実施により作成された画像ファイルを基にpdf変換したものである Kyoto University 圧電振動子の光学的計測法及び光学的に誘起される現象 Optical Measurement Methods and an Optically Induced Phenomenon in Piezoelectric Transducers
2433/59313 Ishimori, Yuji 1983/03/23 Kyoto University 非線形波動系におけるソリトンおよび発展方程式に関する研究 Studies on solitons and evolution equations of nonlinear wave systems
2433/147361 Yamada, Tomonori 2011/07/25 Kyoto University 有機EL トリフェニルアミン系有機エレクトロルミネッセンス材料の分子構造・電子状態と電荷輸送特性 Molecular and Electronic Structures and Charge-Transport Properties of Triphenylamine-Related Materials for Organic Light-Emitting Diodes(OLEDs)
2433/207793 KUMANO-GO, NAOTO 2013/03/01 136 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 113 B37 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 81S40 Phase space Feynman path integrals via piecewise bicharacteristic paths and their semiclassical approximations (Exact WKB Analysis and Microlocal Analysis)
2433/212691 Umemura, Hiroshi 1989/01/01 198 代数幾何学シンポジューム記録 173 1989 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the Lie-Drach-Vessiot theory
2433/210444 Fujii T. 2015/07/01 69 2189-7093 APRIL 2014 – MARCH 2015 KURRI Progress Report 52 2014 The Research Reactor Institute, Kyoto University I. Annual Summary of Experimental Research Activities. I-1. PROJECT RESEARCHES Project 11 Studies on Actinides and Fission Products Performed at the KURRI Hot Laboratory
2433/139797 Narita, Yusaku 2011/08/01 Nine kinds of chlorogenic acids (CGAs) account for 80% of the total CGA content in green coffee beans. They consist of three subgroups of caffeoylquinic acids (CQAs), feruloylquinic acids (FQAs), and dicaffeoylquinic acids (diCQAs). We previously reported the inhibitory effects of 5-CQA on porcine pancreas α-amylase (PPA) isozymes, PPA-I and PPA-II. In this paper, we investigated the PPA-I inhibition by eight kinds of CGAs. The IC50 values of CQAs, FQAs, and diCQAs against the PPA-I-catalysed hydrolysis of p-nitrophenyl-α-D-maltoside were 0.08–0.23 mM, 1.09–2.55 mM, and 0.02–0.03 mM, respectively. All CQAs and FQAs and 3, 5-diCQA showed mixed-type inhibition with binding to the enzyme–substrate complex (ES) being stronger than to the enzyme (E). 3, 4-DiCQA and 4, 5-diCQA showed mixed-type inhibition, but, conversely are suggested to bind to E stronger than ES. 1539 0308-8146 4 Food Chemistry 1532 127 Elsevier Ltd. α-Amylase inhibitor Inhibitory effects of chlorogenic acids from green coffee beans and cinnamate derivatives on the activity of porcine pancreas α-amylase isozyme I
2433/49788 Kim, Hyeon-Deuk 2003/08/01 The velocity distribution function of the steady-state Boltzmann equation for hard-core molecules in the presence of a temperature gradient has been obtained explicitly to second order in density and the temperature gradient. Some thermodynamical quantities are calculated from the velocity distribution function for hard-core molecules and compared with those for Maxwell molecules and the steady-state Bhatnagar–Gross–Krook (BGK) equation. We have found qualitative differences between hard-core molecules and Maxwell molecules in the thermodynamical quantities, and also confirmed that the steady-state BGK equation belongs to the same universality class as Maxwell molecules. Also Include: Kim Hyeon-Deuk, Hisao Hayakawa . Addenda to "Kinetic Theory of a Dilute Gas System under Steady Heat Conduction". Journal of the Physical Society of Japan. 73(6), 1609-1609. 2004. http://dx.doi.org/10.1143/JPSJ.73.1609 1916 00319015 8 Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 1904 72 The Physical Society of Japan Boltzmann equation Kinetic Theory of a Dilute Gas System under Steady Heat Conduction
2433/190415 Yabunaka, Shunsuke 2013/01/01 We formulate a viscoelastic theory of micro-phase separated structures in diblock copolymers in which the local composition is coupled with the molecular orientation. The linear viscoelastic response is investigated for aligned lamellar structures. Three kinds of complex moduli and viscosities characterizing an incompressible lamellar structure are obtained up to the leading order of the coupling. 7488 1744-683X 31 Soft Matter 7479 9 Royal Society of Chemistry Molecular orientation dynamics on the structural rheology in diblock copolymers
2433/193720 Tsujimoto, Yoshihiro 2012/11/07 34 978-953-51-0836-8 Ion Exchange Technologies 9 Chapter 2 InTech Ion-Exchange Reactions for Two-Dimensional Quantum Antiferromagnetism
2433/189264 Kamimoto, Shingo 2014/08/01 We develop the exact WKB analysis of an M2P1T (merging two simple poles and one simple turning point) Schrödinger equation. Our emphasis is put on the analysis of the singularity structure of its Borel transformed WKB solutions near fixed singular points relevant to the two simple poles contained in the potential of the equation. In Part I, we focus our attention on the construction and analytic properties of a WKB-theoretic transformation that transforms an M2P1T equation to an algebraic Mathieu equation. That transformation plays an important role in Part II ([7]) when we discuss the singularity structure of Borel transformed WKB solutions of an M2P1T equation. 564 0001-8708 Advances in Mathematics 458 260 Elsevier Inc. Exact WKB analysis Exact WKB analysis of a Schrödinger equation with a merging triplet of two simple poles and one simple turning point, I -- Its WKB-theoretic transformation to the Mathieu equation
2433/64644 Asahiro, Yuichi 2001/01/01 17 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 11 1185 京都大学数理解析研究所 Distributed Motion Generation for Carrying a Ladder by Two Omni-Directional Robots (Algorithm Engineering as a New Paradigm)
2433/64909 Yamamoto, Tetsuro 2001/04/01 12 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1198 京都大学数理解析研究所 Recent Topics in Finite Difference Methods for Boundary Value Problems (Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations and Related Topics II)
2433/74794 Kodama, Shinjiro 1951/02/15 102 The Commemoration volume for the silver jubilee 92 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University THE KODAMA LABORATORY
2433/74793 Oda, Ryohei 1951/02/15 112 The Commemoration volume for the silver jubilee 103 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University THE ODA LABORATORY
2433/63551 Shimizu, Senjo 2000/01/01 91 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 83 1123 京都大学数理解析研究所 WAVE FRONT SETS OF SOLUTIONS TO ELASTIC WAVE PROPAGATION PROBLEMS IN STRATIFIED MEDIA (Analytical Studies for Singularities to the Nonlinear Evolution Equation Appearing in Mathematical Physics)
2433/63839 Asai, Nobuhiro 2000/04/01 29 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 19 1139 京都大学数理解析研究所 A NOTE ON GENERAL SETTING OF WHITE NOISE TRIPLE AND POSITIVE GENERALIZED FUNCTIONS (New Development of Infinite-Dimensional Analysis and Quantum Probability)
2433/83849 TANI, Atusi 1994/03/01 248 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 237 862 京都大学数理解析研究所 Free Boundary Problems for the Incompressible Euler Equations(Mathematical Analysis of Phenomena in Fluid and Plasma Dynamics)
2433/76494 Asami, Kōji 1973/11/26 245 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 231 51 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University A Method for Estimating Residual Inductance in High Frequency A.C. Measurements
2433/83697 Komori, Yoshio 1993/10/01 13 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 850 京都大学数理解析研究所 Some Issues in Discrete Approximate Solution for Stochastic Differential Equations(Workshop on Stochastic Numerics)
2433/41946 Yotsutani, Shoji 2002/04/01 12 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1258 京都大学数理解析研究所 On a Limiting System in the Lotka-Volterra Competition with Cross-Diffusion (Nonlinear Diffusive Systems and Related Topics)
2433/41951 Ogiwara, Toshiko 2002/04/01 84 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 72 1258 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic behavior of solutions to a model of spiral crystal growth (Nonlinear Diffusive Systems and Related Topics)
2433/42966 Kim, Kyungnam 2003/04/01 50 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 37 1314 京都大学数理解析研究所 Toroidal groups without non-constant meromorphic functions (Workshop for young mathematicians on Several Complex Variables)
2433/46984 Sasaki, Muneo 1973/09/01 53 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 44 43 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Kinetic and equilibrium studies on σ-complexes of 2,4,6-trinitroanisole and picrylsulphonate with sulphite ion in aqueous solution
2433/76763 Wada, Takeshi 1978/03/31 38 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 27 56 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University A Kinetic Feature of the Radiation-Induced Crosslinking Graft Polymerization of Various Monomers onto Polyethylene
2433/52880 NOGUCHI, Masami 1961/03/01 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 13 0049-7916 木材研究 : 京都大學木材研究所報告 1 25 京都大學木材研究所 Studies on Static Withdrawal Resistance of Nail : Effect of Driving Method and Time after Driving
2433/62329 Sugawa, Toshiyuki 1998/08/01 104 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 95 1058 京都大学数理解析研究所 bottom of spectrum ON THE BOTTOM OF THE SPECTRUM OF A RIEMANN SURFACE OF INFINITE TOPOLOGICAL TYPE
2433/62761 Saito, Yasuhisa 1999/02/01 165 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 154 1083 京都大学数理解析研究所 Necessary and sufficient condition for global stability of a Lotka-Volterra system with two delays (Methods and Applications for Functional Equations)
2433/62688 Ohnishi, Masamitsu 1999/02/01 118 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 110 1079 京都大学数理解析研究所 AN OPTIMAL STOPPING PROBLEM FOR A GEOMETRIC BROWNIAN MOTION WITH POISSONIAN JUMPS (Decision Theory in Mathematical Modelling)
2433/62700 Sagaka, Nobuko 1999/02/01 14 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1079 京都大学数理解析研究所 A hybrid method for solving a general constrained optimization problem (Decision Theory in Mathematical Modelling)
2433/61195 SHIRAI, S. 1997/05/01 194 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 184 994 京都大学数理解析研究所 Eigenvalue Asymptotics for the Schrodinger Operator with Asymptotically Flat Magnetic Fields and Decreasing Electric Potential(Spectral and Scattering Theory and Its Related Topics)
2433/62031 Kobayashi, Kinko 1998/04/01 113 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 106 1040 京都大学数理解析研究所 Inverse Analysis 静弾性方程式初期値問題の変分法的解法(数値計算アルゴリズムの研究) A variational solution of the Cauchy problem in elastostatics
2433/41213 Saito, Yasuhisa 2001/06/01 156 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 145 1216 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Necessary and Sufficient Condition for Global Stability of a Lotka-Volterra Cooperative or Competition System with Delays (Qualitative theory of functional equations and its application to mathematical science)
2433/43273 Choksi, Rustum 2003/07/01 17 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 10 1330 京都大学数理解析研究所 Mathematical Aspects of Microphase Separation of Diblock Copolymers (Conference on Dynamics of Patterns in Reaction-Diffusion Systems and the Related Topics)
2433/46533 Kitagawa, Tetsuzo 1938/12/31 147 0034-6675 3 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 135 12 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Emission spectrum of the flame of bromine burning in hydrogen and mechanism of the reaction
2433/46590 Tamura, Mikio 1941/08/30 97 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 86 15 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Photochemical chlorination of methane
2433/50488 Hagino, K 2001/04/01 0556-2813 4 PHYSICAL REVIEW C http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRC/v63/p044318 63 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Role of deformation in the nonmesonic decay of light hypernuclei
2433/46722 Teranishi, Hiroshi 1955/08/01 33 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 25 25 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan On the thermodynamic properties of acetylene under high pressures
2433/42475 Labutin, Denis A. 2002/09/01 57 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 45 1287 京都大学数理解析研究所 SINGULARITIES OF VISCOSITY SOLUTIONS OF FULLY NONLINEAR ELLIPTIC EQUATIONS (Viscosity Solutions of Differential Equations and Related Topics)
2433/25084 Sugie, Jitsuro 2003/12/01 155 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 142 1347 京都大学数理解析研究所 Oscillation Problem for Elliptic Equations with Nonlinear Perturbed Terms (Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/49875 Kori, H 2001/04/01 1063-651X 4 PHYSICAL REVIEW E http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRE/v63/p046214 63 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Slow switching in globally coupled oscillator: robustness and occurrence through delayed coupling
2433/81556 Oeda, Kazuhiro 2008/04/01 98 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 87 1588 京都大学数理解析研究所 Stationary patterns for a cooperative model with nonlinear diffusion (Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Mathematical Modeling)
2433/82497 MIZOGUCHI, NORIKO 1992/04/01 13 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 780 京都大学数理解析研究所 Nontrivial Solutions of Semilinear Elliptic Equations with Continuous or Discontinuous Nonlinearities
2433/49862 Sumino, Y 2005/10/01 1539-3755 4 PHYSICAL REVIEW E http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRE/v72/p041603 72 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Chemosensitive running droplet
2433/149607 Ishikita, Hiroshi 2011/10/01 Photosynthetic reaction centers from Blastochloris viridis possess Tyr-L162 located mid-way between the special pair chlorophyll (P) and the heme (heme3). While mutation of the tyrosine does not affect the kinetics of electron transfer from heme3 to P, recent time-resolved Laue diffraction studies reported displacement of Tyr-L162 in response to the formation of the photo-oxidized P(+•), implying a possible tyrosine deprotonation event. pK(a) values for Tyr-L162 were calculated using the corresponding crystal structures. Movement of deprotonated Tyr-L162 toward Thr-M185 was observed in P(+•) formation. It was associated with rearrangement of the H-bond network that proceeds to P via Thr-M185 and His-L168. 1932-6203 10 PloS one 6 Public Library of Science Tyrosine deprotonation and associated hydrogen bond rearrangements in a photosynthetic reaction center.
2433/49905 Miyata, R 2003/01/01 888 0034-6748 1 REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS 884 http://link.aip.org/link/?rsi/74/884 74 AMER INST PHYSICS Photothermal processes on a fast time scale: A small molecule and a biological protein (invited)
2433/61075 Mimura, Masayasu 1997/04/01 41 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 31 989 京都大学数理解析研究所 A STEFAN-LIKE PROBLEM IN BIOLOGY(Domain Decomposition Methods and Related Topics)
2433/154870 HICHIRI, Kei 2012/01/01 Ion transport from one aqueous phase (W1) to another (W2) across a planar bilayer lipid membrane (BLM) in the presence of inhalation anesthetics was electrochemically investigated. In the absence of inhalation anesthetics in the BLM system, no ion transport current flowed between W1 and W2 across the BLM. When inhalation anesthetics such as halothane, chloroform, diethyl ether and trichloroethylene were added to the two aqueous phases or the BLM, the ion transport current quite clearly appeared. When the ratio of the concentration of KCl or NaCl in W1 to that in W2 was varied, the zero current potential across the BLM was shifted. By considering the magnitude of the potential shift, we concluded that the ion transport current can be predominantly ascribed to the transport of Cl[−] across the BLM. Since the dielectric constants of these anesthetics are larger than that of the inner hydrophobic domain of the BLM, the concentration of hydrophilic electrolyte ions in the BLM increases with the increase in the dielectric constant of the inner hydrophobic domain caused by addition of these anesthetics. These situations lead to an increase in the ion permeability coefficient. 49 0910-6340 1 Analytical Sciences 45 28 Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry Influence of Inhalation Anesthetics on Ion Transport across a Planar Bilayer Lipid Membrane
2433/81022 Adachi, Takashi 2007/05/01 117 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 107 1557 京都大学数理解析研究所 large investor Super-replication cost for a single large investor(Mathematical Economics)
2433/76250 Tarama, Kimio 1969/02/15 197 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 185 46 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Study on the Reduction Process of Vanadium Oxide Catalysts by Means of Infrared Spectroscopy and X-ray Diffraction
2433/76304 Ono, Sōzaburo 1969/12/16 269 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 257 47 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Two Different Kinetic Approaches for the Determination of Number-average Molecular Weight of Amylose (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Rempei Gotoh On the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/91798 Ohta, Hiroto 2009/11/01 We synthesized a series of CoAs based weakly itinerant ferromagnetic compound LCoAsO (L: lanthanoids) and systematically studied a L dependence on magnetic properties. Lattice constants a and c decrease monotonically with the decrease in the ion size of L3+. In the cases of L=Nd, Sm, and Gd, a ferromagneticantiferromagnetic transition was observed at TN=15, 35, and 75 K, respectively, indicating the existence of unconventional interaction between ferromagnetically ordered itinerant electrons of Co. The Curie temperature TC increases from 55 to 75 K by changing La to Ce while from Ce to Gd the TC does not change so much,being quite similar to the L site dependence of the superconducting transition temperature Tc in FeAs-based high-Tc compound LFeAsO. We discussed the mechanism of ferromagnetic-antiferromagnetic transition and the lanthanoid dependence of TC. 1098-0121 18 Physical Review B 80 American Physical Society Magnetic properties of LCoAsO (L=La–Gd)
2433/80928 Mizuta, Yoshihiro 2007/05/01 148 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 137 1553 京都大学数理解析研究所 Continuity properties and vanishing exponential integrability of Riesz potentials of Orlicz functions(Potential Theory and its Related Fields)
2433/126644 大西, 琢朗 2009/01/01 151 0914-143X 哲学論叢 140 36 京都大学哲学論叢刊行会 Substructural logics and logical constants 部分構造論理と論理定項
2433/81124 ICHINOSE, Wataru 2007/06/01 68 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 52 1563 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Mathematical Note on the Feynman Path Integral for the Quantum Electrodynamics(Spectral and Scattering Theory and Related Topics)
2433/98320 Yonezaki, Naoki 1984/02/01 258 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 242 511 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Temporal Semantics of Logic Programming
2433/141232 Ishitani, Kensuke 2010/02/01 157 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 148 1675 京都大学数理解析研究所 Formulation of an Optimal Execution Problem with Random Market Impact (Financial Modeling and Analysis)
2433/141136 Aikawa, Hiroaki 2009/11/01 13 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1669 京都大学数理解析研究所 Boundary Harnack principle and the quasihyperbolic boundary condition : Expository and correction (Potential Theory and its related Fields)
2433/140224 Ogawa, Shigeyoshi 2009/01/01 52 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 39 1620 京都大学数理解析研究所 An attempt to the real-time estimation of the spot volatility (The 8th Workshop on Stochastic Numerics)
2433/83321 TAJI, Kouichi 1993/04/01 167 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 152 829 京都大学数理解析研究所 Optimization-Based Iterative Methods for Solving Nonlinear Complementarity Problems(Nonlinear Analysis and Mathematical Economics)
2433/141662 Yoshida, Zensho 2010/07/01 194 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 185 1697 京都大学数理解析研究所 Clebsch parameterization : theory and applications (Mathematical analysis of the Euler equations : 150 years of vortex dynamics and sound waves)
2433/84315 Shorey, T.N. 1994/09/01 60 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 48 886 京都大学数理解析研究所 Applications of Baker's theory of linear forms in logarithms to exponential diophantine equations(Analytic Number Theory)
2433/82358 Struwe, Michael 1991/11/01 160 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 148 770 京都大学数理解析研究所 The evolution of harmonic mappings with free boundaries
2433/189836 Mishra, Gaurav 2013/04/01 Japanese beech (Fagus crenata) has been liquefied by water-added subcritical phenol without a catalyst in a batch-type reaction vessel. The effect of water/phenol ratio was studied under conditions of various treatment times. The fractions soluble in phenol/water as well as the insoluble residues were characterized. Liquefaction kinetics was investigated assuming the validity of the first-order reaction rate law. The degree of phenolation was increased with increasing treatment times and water content in phenol/water solvent. Treatment at 270°C under 3.1 MPa pressure for 10 min with a water/phenol ratio of 25:75 gave the best liquefaction result. Various oligosaccharides derived from cellulose and hemicelluloses were found to be hydrolyzed and solubilized in the water-soluble portion. 247 0018-3830 3 Holzforschung 241 67 De Gruyter noncatalytic liquefaction Effects of water in water/phenol mixtures on liquefaction of Japanese beech as treated under subcritical conditions
2433/191010 Kobayashi, Michikazu 2014/09/18 We show that a momentum operator of a translational symmetry may not commute with an internal symmetry operator in the presence of a topological soliton in nonrelativistic theories. As a striking consequence, there appears a coupled Nambu-Goldstone mode with a quadratic dispersion consisting of translational and internal zero modes in the vicinity of a domain wall in an O(3) σ model, a magnetic domain wall in ferromagnets with an easy axis. 0031-9007 12 Physical Review Letters 113 American Physical Society Nonrelativistic Nambu-Goldstone Modes Associated with Spontaneously Broken Space-Time and Internal Symmetries
2433/195038 Koike, Shigeaki 2013/07/01 120 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 107 1845 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the ABP maximum principle and applications (Regularity and Singularity for Geometric Partial Differential Equations and Conservation Laws)
2433/195894 Kaneko, Hajime 2014/05/01 91 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 80 1898 京都大学数理解析研究所 Algebraic independence of the power series related to the beta expansions of real numbers (Analytic Number Theory : Arithmetic Properties of Transcendental Functions and their Applications)
2433/195724 Yamazaki, Kazutoshi 2014/04/01 33 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 23 1886 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Note on Optimal Multiple Stopping in Spectrally Negative Levy Models (Financial Modeling and Analysis)
2433/174210 PHILIPOWSKI, Robert 2008/01/01 211 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 201 B6 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35K55 Stochastic interacting particle systems and nonlinear partial differential equations from fluid mechanis (Proceedings of RIMS Workshop on Stochastic Analysis and Applications)
2433/174140 TAKENAKA, Yoshiko 2007/11/01 163 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 149 B3 京都大学数理解析研究所 gene regulation Self-regulation of Gene Activity with Structural Transition of a Giant DNA (Workshops on "Pattern Formation Problems in Dissipative Systems" and "Mathematical Modeling and Analysis for Nonlinear Phenomena")
2433/174200 WATANABE, Takuya 2008/01/01 88 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 75 B5 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 34E20 Adiabatic Transition Probability for a Small Eigenvalue Gap at Two Points (Algebraic Analysis and the Exact WKB Analysis for Systems of Differential Equations)
2433/174199 AOKI, Takashi 2008/01/01 98 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 89 B5 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 34E05 Multiple-Scale Analysis for Higher-Order Painleve Equations (Algebraic Analysis and the Exact WKB Analysis for Systems of Differential Equations)
2433/172849 Kaneko, Yuki 2012/05/01 117 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 108 1792 京都大学数理解析研究所 A free boundary problem modeling the invasion of species (Analysis on non-equilibria and nonlinear phenomena : from the evolution equations point of view)
2433/170818 Sato, Kimitoshi 2011/04/01 114 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 105 1736 京都大学数理解析研究所 On a Stochastic Cash Management Model with Two Sources of Short-term Funds (Financial Modeling and Analysis)
2433/171377 KISAKA, Masashi 2011/09/01 38 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 30 1762 京都大学数理解析研究所 Smoothness of hairs for some transcendental entire functions (Research on Complex Dynamics and Related Fields)
2433/58682 ORII, SHIGEO 2006/09/01 73 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 66 1514 京都大学数理解析研究所 Symbolic-Numeric Optimization for Estimation of Parameters in a Biological Kinetic Model(Computer Algebra : Design of Algorithms, Implementations and Applications)
2433/58375 Oshita, Yoshihito 2006/06/01 25 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 11 1498 京都大学数理解析研究所 Reduced rescaled problem of some activator-inhibitor systems(Mechanism of temporal and spatial patterns in reaction-diffusion systems)
2433/53366 TAKINO, Shinjiro P. 1978/09/30 The stress distribution of the actual size panel (90 cm×240 cm) tested by two types of loading is analyzed numerically in relation to the framing type. The stress distributions of the sixteen types of panels with horizontal and/or vertical stiffeners are not affected by the different in number and the combination of the stiffeners, while the deformations of these panels are 1.3 times larger in horizontal loading without tie rod (test type B) than in horizontal loading with tie rods (test type A) regardless of the stiffener's types, and the efficiency of the vertical stiffeners on the deformation of the panels is twice as much as that of the horizontal stiffeners. As for the panels with braces the stress distributions are affected a little by the difference in number and the direction of the braces, and the deformation of the panel in test A is much smaller when the compression brace is used. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 48 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 33 64 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Numerical Analysis of Stress Distribution of the Actual Size Wood Bearing Wall in Relation to the Framing Type
2433/46869 Kitamura, Kiyoshi 1966/04/30 102 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 92 35 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on the telomerization of ethylene with carbon tetrachloride : II. Properties of ethylene and tetrachloro-alkanes mixtures
2433/26594 沈, 大勇 2006/04/01 53 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute annuals. B 45 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/dat/nenpo/no49/49b0/a49b0p05.pdf 49 京都大学防災研究所 数理弁証論理 Hillslope Erosion Modeling 斜面侵食モデリング
2433/77110 Ikada, Eiji 1985/11/25 311 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 296 63 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dielectric Properties of the Oligomers of Chain Polymers (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Naokazu Koizumi on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/58038 Komori, Yasushi 2006/04/01 127 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 117 1480 京都大学数理解析研究所 Elliptic Ruijsenaars operators and elliptic hypergeometric integrals(Solvable Lattice Models 2004 : Recent Progress on Solvable Lattice Models )
2433/58388 KUBO, AKISATO 2006/07/01 146 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 135 1499 京都大学数理解析研究所 Mathematical Models of Tumour Angiogenesis and Simulations(Theory of Bio-Mathematics and Its Applications)
2433/209056 Kobayashi, Takayuki 2013/08/01 11 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 1 B42 京都大学数理解析研究所 $L^2$ boundedness for the 2D exterior problems for the semilinear heat and dissipative wave equations (Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
2433/49789 Kim, Hyeon-Deuk 2003/04/01 We have derived the effect of steady heat flux on the rate of chemical reaction based on the line-of-centers model using the explicit velocity distribution function of the steady-state Boltzmann equation for hard-sphere molecules to second order. It is found that the second-order velocity distribution function plays an essential role for the calculation of it. We have also compared our result with those from the steady-state Bhatnagar–Gross–Krook (BGK) equation and information theory, and found no qualitative differences among them. 319 00092614 3-4 Chemical Physics Letters 314 372 Elsevier Contributions of steady heat conduction to the rate of chemical reaction
2433/87778 Xin, Jiayu 2009/02/01 Oxidation stability of safflower biodiesel stabilized with propyl gallate whose concentration spreads from 0 to 5000 ppm was studied by Rancimat method at temperatures from 100 °C to 120 °C. It was consequently demonstrated that the induction period of biodiesel increases with the increase of antioxidant concentration and decreases with increase of temperature. Kinetics on its oxidation was described by the first order rate law with an accuracy higher than 0.98. The reaction rate of propyl gallate consumed in safflower biodiesel obtained from the experiment fits well with Arrhenius equation and the activation energy obtained from Arrhenius equation was 97.02 kJ/mol. Logarithm of induction periods determined by Rancimat method with various antioxidant concentrations shows a linear relation with temperatures. It was, consequently, found that the Rancimat method for the oxidation stability determination shows an approximate correlation between storage stability and Rancimat induction period. The Rancimat method cannot directly measure the overall storage stability of fuels, since other conditions such as presence of water, microbial contamination and storage conditions would affect fuel quality during storage. 286 0016-2361 2 Fuel 282 88 Elsevier Kinetics on the oxidation of biodiesel stabilized with antioxidant
2433/39837 Orita, M 2000/01/15 1816 1098-0121 3 PHYSICAL REVIEW B 1811 http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v61/p1811 61 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Mechanism of electrical conductivity of transparent InGaZnO4
2433/39840 Ching, WY 2000/04/15 10614 1098-0121 16 PHYSICAL REVIEW B 10609 http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v61/p10609 61 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Prediction of the new spinel phase of Ti3N4, and SiTi2N4 and the metal-insulator transition
2433/84561 Kanno, Isaku 2007/12/01 (Kx, Na1-x)NbO3 (KNN) thin films were deposited on (001)SrRuO3/(001)Pt/(001)MgO substrates by RF-magnetron sputtering, and their piezoelectric properties were investigated. The X-ray diffraction measurements indicated that the KNN thin films were epitaxially grown with the c-axis orientation in the perovskite tetragonal system. The lattice constant of the c-axis increased with increasing concentrations of potassium. The KNN thin films showed typical ferroelectric behavior; the relative dielectric constant epsivr was 270 ~ 320. The piezoelectric properties were measured from the tip displacement of the KNN/MgO unimorph cantilevers; the transverse piezoelectric coefficient e31* (= d31/s11 E) of KNN (x = 0) thin films was calculated to be -0.9 C/m2. On the other hand, doping of potassium caused an increase in the piezoelectric properties, and the KNN (x = 0.16) films showed a relatively large transverse piezoelectricity of e31* = -2.4 C/m2. 2566 0885-3010 12 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ULTRASONICS FERROELECTRICS AND FREQUENCY CONTROL 2562 54 IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC Piezoelectric properties of (K,Na)NbO3 thin films deposited on (001)SrRuO3/Pt/MgO substrates
2433/39880 Seko, A 2006/03/01 1098-0121 9 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v73/p094116 73 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC First-principles study of cation disordering in MgAl2O4 spinel with cluster expansion and Monte Carlo simulation
2433/126666 Kohama, Kazuyuki 2009/09/01 A new fabrication technique to prepare ultrathin barrier layers for nanoscale Cu wires was proposed in our previous studies. Ti-rich layers formed at Cu(Ti)/dielectric layer interfaces consisted of crystalline TiC or TiSi and amorphous Ti oxides. The primary control factor for the Ti-rich interface layer composition was C concentration in the dielectric layers rather than the formation enthalpy of the Ti compounds. To investigate Ti-rich interface layer growth in Cu(Ti)/dielectric layer samples annealed in ultrahigh vacuum, Rutherford backscattering spectrometry (RBS) was employed in the present study. Ti peaks were obtained only at the interfaces for all samples. Molar amounts of Ti atoms segregated to the interfaces (n) were estimated from Ti peak areas. Log n values were proportional to log t values. Slopes were similar for all samples, suggesting similar growth mechanisms. The activation energy (E) for Ti atoms reacting with the dielectric layers containing carbon (except SiO2) tended to decrease with decreasing C concentration (decreasing k), while those for the SiO2 layers were much higher. Reaction rate coefficients [Z · exp(−E/RT)] were insensitive to C concentration in the dielectric layers. These factors lead to the conclusion that growth of the Ti-rich interface layers is controlled by chemical reactions, represented by the Z and E values, of the Ti atoms with the dielectric layers, although there are a few diffusion processes possible. 1920 0361-5235 9 Journal of Electronic Materials 1913 38 Springer Cu(Ti) alloy film Rutherford Backscattering Spectrometry Analysis of Self-Formed Ti-Rich Interface Layer Growth in Cu(Ti)/Low-k Samples
2433/109860 Kitada, A. 2009/11/01 We demonstrate the synthesis and magnetic properties of a quasi-two-dimensional frustrated quantum spin system (CuCl)La(Nb1−xTax)2O7. We observed persistence of the spin-singlet state in (CuCl)LaNb2O7 up to x∼0.4, accompanied by a slight reduction in the spin gap with increasing x. In spite of unaltered cell parameters and a preserved CuCl plane, (CuCl)LaTa2O7 exhibits collinear antiferromagnetic (CAF) order with TN∼7 K as observed in (CuBr)LaNb2O7. In the intermediate region (0.4 Retirement
2433/81625 UMEHARA, Morimichi 2008/04/01 129 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 116 1592 京都大学数理解析研究所 Global Solvability and Some Uniform-in-Time Bounds of the Solution for Self-Gravitating Viscous Stellar Models (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/60985 PARK, JONG YEOUL 1997/03/01 21 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 11 985 京都大学数理解析研究所 NULL CONTROLLABILLITY OF THE INTEGRODIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS IN BANACH SPACE(Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/65674 Sohrin, Yoshiki 1995/03/01 15 1342-0321 ICR annual report 14 1 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University New Mode of Ion Size Discrimination for Group 2 Metals Using Poly(pyrazolyl)borate Ligands. Control of Stability and Structure of Chelate Complexes by Intra- and InterLigand Contact and Shielding Effect (INTERFACE SCIENCE - Separation Chemistry)
2433/65658 Hiratake, Jun 1995/03/01 45 1342-0321 ICR annual report 44 1 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Mechanism-Based Inactivation of Glutathione Synthetase by Phosphinic Acid Transition-State Analogue (MOLECULAR BIOFUNCTION - Functional Molecular Conversion)
2433/76254 Takada, Toshio 1969/03/31 299 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 295 46 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Preparation and Properties of New Ferrous Basic Sulfate
2433/84084 SHIMIZU, SENJO 1994/05/01 187 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 177 873 京都大学数理解析研究所 ENERGY DISTRIBUTION OF THE SOLUTIONS OF ELASTIC WAVE PROPAGATION PROBLEMS IN STRATIFIED MEDIA R$^3$(Spectrum, Scattering and Related Topics)
2433/102004 TANI, Atusi 1990/12/01 142 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 123 734 京都大学数理解析研究所 The initial value problem for the equations of motion of general fluids with general slip boundary condition(Mathematical Analysis of Fluid and Plasma Dynamics)
2433/76349 Takenaka, Tohru 1971/03/24 263 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 249 48 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Infrared Absorption Spectra of Tetracyanoethylene : Adsorbed on Evaporated Alkali Halides
2433/95756 Kim, Bongsoo 1996/06/20 We numerically investigate the phase ordering kinetics of the smectic-C film under an external magnetic field. Due to the inversion symmetry of the director fields, external field induces Ising-like inversion domain walls in this system. It is observed that the usual dynamic scaling based on a single dominant length scale is violated for the Ising-like order parameter, except in the asymptotic time limit. This scaling violation is attributed to the existence of point defects along the domain walls, which provides a new length scale, the average separation between point defects, in addition to the usual length scale of average domain size. この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 605 0527-2997 3 物性研究 602 66 物性研究刊行会 GROWTH KINETICS OF FIELD-INDUCED INVERSION DOMAINS IN SMECTIC-C FILMS(Session IV : Structures & Patterns, The 1st Tohwa University International Meeting on Statistical Physics Theories, Experiments and Computer Simulations)
2433/95268 Yamamoto, Hisashi 1994/03/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 688 0627-2997 6 物性研究 684 61 物性研究刊行会 On Ordered States in 4-Fermi and 4-Spin Models
2433/94919 Aizawa, Yoji 1992/08/20 Recent developments of the stagnant layer theory are reviewed, and are applied to the universality of 1/f noises in quartz-oscillator experiments. Geometric and kinetic complexity of nearly integrable systems is discussed in relation to critical phenomena in Hamiltonian dynamics. この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 556 0527-2997 5 物性研究 553 58 物性研究刊行会 CHAOS AND CRITICAL PHENOMENA IN HAMILTONIAN DYNAMICS : A New Interpretation of 1/f^v noises in Quartz Crystal
2433/97532 Agung, Budiyono 2003/04/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 68 0827-2997 1 物性研究 64 80 物性研究刊行会 Periodic Orbits Picture Of Weierstrass-Like Magnetoconductance Fluctuations In Quantum Dots
2433/140191 永井, 敦 2008/12/01 94 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 89 1618 京都大学数理解析研究所 離散ソボレフ不等式 The best constant of Sobolev inequality : From continuous to discrete (Applications of Reproducing Kernels) ソボレフ不等式の最良定数 : 連続から離散へ (再生核の応用についての研究)
2433/124797 NODA, Hideaki 1971/03/01 144 0454-7675 3 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 127 20 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University On the Oscillatory Flow in Turbulent Boundary Layers Induced by Water Waves
2433/123764 NAGAO, Masashi 1965/03/25 64 0454-7675 3 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 53 14 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University On Secular Change in Inflows to Lake Biwa
2433/123758 TANABASHI, Ryo 1965/02/20 68 0454-7675 2 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 49 14 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Statistical Properties of Earthquake Accelerograms and Equivalent Earthquake Excitation Pattern
2433/124702 WAKABAYASHI, Minoru 1965/11/30 18 0454-7675 2 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 1 15 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University On the Buckling Strength of Angles in Transmission Towers
2433/140729 Ando, Ei 2009/05/01 259 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 252 1649 京都大学数理解析研究所 連続確率分布枝重み付きDAGに対する最長路長さ分布の計算 (理論計算機科学の深化と応用) Computing the Distribution Function of the Stochastic Longest Path Length in a DAG with Continuously Distributed Edge Lengths (Theoretical Computer Science and Its Applications)
2433/82126 TANAKA, NAOKI 1991/06/01 170 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 156 755 京都大学数理解析研究所 Linear evolution equations in a reflexive Banach space(Evolution Equations and Applications to Nonlinear Problems)
2433/82603 Kanno, Sachio 1992/06/01 98 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 95 787 京都大学数理解析研究所 On Protter-Weinberger's Algorithm for Obtaining Upper and Lower Bounds for the Initial Value Problem of O.D.E.
2433/140562 Komatsu, Takao 2009/04/01 11 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1639 京都大学数理解析研究所 Four-term leaping recurrence relations (New Aspects of Analytic Number Theory)
2433/141598 KANO, RISEI 2010/06/01 190 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 180 1693 京都大学数理解析研究所 The existence of time global solutions for tumor invasion models (Nonlinear evolution equations and mathematical modeling)
2433/141618 HAMANO, Sachiko 2010/07/01 143 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 131 1694 京都大学数理解析研究所 Several complex variable's property of harmonic span for Riemann surface (Potential theory and the Bergman kernel)
2433/187266 Nakano, Takato 2013/01/01 Elastic moduli in each direction have been formulated based on a cell wall model considering a high-order structure of wood. Parameters in the equations are confirmed by comparison to best-fit experimental data, and simulation validates the model presented. The relationship between the logarithmic plots “elastic modulus vs. wood density” is linear in each direction for many wood species and the intercept in the derived equations is constant. The variations within a limited region can be neglected, i.e., they can be coarse-grained. The following parameters were considered: elastic modulus of the cell wall, the fraction of latewood in the transverse section, the density ratio of latewood to earlywood, and the ratio of radial length to tangential length. 73 0018-3830 1 Holzforschung 67 67 De Gruyter cell model Coarse graining of wood cell arrangement and density dependence of elasticity
2433/197530 SHIMIZU, Hirofumi 2014/12/01 The modeling of random telegraph noise (RTN) of MOS transistors is becoming increasingly important. In this paper, a novel method is proposed for realizing automated estimation of two important RTN-model parameters: the number of interface-states and corresponding threshold voltage shift. The proposed method utilizes a Gaussian mixture model (GMM) to represent the voltage distributions, and estimates their parameters using the expectation-maximization (EM) algorithm. Using information criteria, the optimal estimation is automatically obtained while avoiding overfitting. In addition, we use a shared variance for all the Gaussian components in the GMM to deal with the noise in RTN signals. The proposed method improved estimation accuracy when the large measurement noise is observed. 2392 0916-8508 12 IEICE Transactions on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences 2383 E97.A Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers(IEICE) random telegraph noise (RTN) Automation of Model Parameter Estimation for Random Telegraph Noise
2433/195649 Ei, Shin-Ichiro 2014/04/01 70 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 66 1881 京都大学数理解析研究所 Dynamics of localized solutions for reaction-diffusion systems on two dimensional domain : Spot dynamics on curved surface (Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems and Their Applications)
2433/195810 Uchida, Shun 2014/04/01 12 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1892 京都大学数理解析研究所 Global existence results for some double-diffusive convection system based on the Brinkman-Forchheimer equation with homogeneous Neumann boundary conditions (New Role of the Theory of Abstract Evolution Equations : From a Point of View Overlooking the Individual Partial Differential Equations)
2433/176762 IWASAKI, Chisato 2008/11/01 148 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 133 B10 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 58J35 Construction of the fundamental solution and curvature of manifolds (Differential Equations and Exact WKB Analysis)
2433/172792 Kohatsu-Higa, Arturo 2012/04/01 106 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 94 1788 京都大学数理解析研究所 On Weak Approximation of Stochastic Differential Equations with Discontinuous Drift Coefficient (Mathematical Economics)
2433/166072 Nakajima, Natsu 2012/01/01 We consider the problem of network completion, which is to make the minimum amount of modifications to a given network so that the resulting network is most consistent with the observed data. We employ here a certain type of differential equations as gene regulation rules in a genetic network, gene expression time series data as observed data, and deletions and additions of edges as basic modification operations. In addition, we assume that the numbers of deleted and added edges are specified. For this problem, we present a novel method using dynamic programming and least-squares fitting and show that it outputs a network with the minimum sum squared error in polynomial time if the maximum indegree of the network is bounded by a constant. We also perform computational experiments using both artificially generated and real gene expression time series data. 1537-744X The Scientific World Journal 2012 Hindawi Publishing Corporation Network completion using dynamic programming and least-squares fitting.
2433/174052 Farwig, Reinhard 2007/03/01 91 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 79 B1 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 76D05 The Stokes Resolvent Problem in General Unbounded Domains (Kyoto Conference on the Navier-Stokes Equations and their Applications)
2433/174147 KUTO, Kousuke 2007/11/01 58 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 43 B3 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35B32 Pattern formation for absorbate-induced phase transition model (Workshops on "Pattern Formation Problems in Dissipative Systems" and "Mathematical Modeling and Analysis for Nonlinear Phenomena")
2433/172965 Sawada, Okihiro 2012/06/01 145 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 134 1798 京都大学数理解析研究所 Propagation of the real analyticity for the solution to the Euler equations in the Besov space (Modern approach and developments to Onsager's theory on statistical vortices)
2433/170900 ARMSTRONG, SCOTT N. 2011/05/01 73 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 64 1740 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35B53 A NEW APPROACH TO LIOUVILLE THEOREMS FOR ELLIPTIC INEQUALITIES (Progress in Variational Problems : New Trends of Geometric Gradient Flow and Critical Point Theory)
2433/171049 Clement, Philippe 2011/06/01 111 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 100 1746 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cauchy problem for the complex Ginzburg-Landau equation with harmonic oscillator (Nonlinear evolution equations and related topics to mathematical analysis of a phenomena)
2433/171055 Kumazaki, Kota 2011/06/01 33 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 22 1746 京都大学数理解析研究所 A local solution for some PDEs with hysteresis and some problems (Nonlinear evolution equations and related topics to mathematical analysis of a phenomena)
2433/47224 Joshi, N. 2005/04/01 159 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 156 1424 京都大学数理解析研究所 ASYMPTOTICS FOR EXTENDED CELLULAR AUTOMATA (Recent Trends in Exponential Asymptotics)
2433/47384 須田, 斎 2005/05/01 62 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 59 1432 京都大学数理解析研究所 生物の寿命、その生物数学的意味 (生物数学の理論とその応用)
2433/83773 KAWAI, Takahiro 1994/01/01 111 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 107 856 京都大学数理解析研究所 Microlocal analysis of massless singularities(Complex Analysis and Differential Equations)
2433/90455 Hihara, T. 1982/02/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 121 0527-2997 5 物性研究 119 37 物性研究刊行会 The Effects of Alloying on the Magnetic Phases of EuSe
2433/47253 Ukai, Seiji 2005/04/01 112 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 98 1425 京都大学数理解析研究所 Global Solutions of the Boltzmann Equation with the External Force (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/76944 Aoki, Tōru 1981/09/01 195 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 191 59 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Nonaqueous Liquid-Liquid Extraction of Manganese from Ethylene Glycol Solution with Trioctylphosphine Oxide (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Megumi Tashiro on the Occation of his Retirement)
2433/76932 Katao, Masaaki 1981/07/15 87 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 72 59 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Kinetic Study on Palladium Dichloride-catalyzed Carbomethoxylation of Styrene under Compressed Carbon Monoxide in a Redox System (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Yoshimasa Takezaki on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/58274 近藤, 剛史 2006/05/01 47 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 43 1492 京都大学数理解析研究所 Random Groups and Property (T)(General and Geometric Topology and Geometric Group Theory)
2433/77068 Shimizu, Eiichi 1984/09/08 53 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 50 62 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Effect of a Selenium Analogue of [L]-Lysine on Lysine Transport of Candida pelliculosa (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Masaya Okano on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/47329 Giga, Yoshikazu 2005/04/01 83 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 72 1428 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Stefan type problem arising in modeling ice crystals growing from vapor (Viscosity Solution Theory of Differential Equations and its Developments)
2433/53303 KAWAI, Shingo 1986/12/28 Veratryl alcohol was found in ligninolytic culture of Coriolus versicolor. The structure of veratryl alcohol synthesized de novo was comfirmed in comparison with ^1H-NMR spectra of the authentic dimethoxybenzyl alcohols (veratryl alcohol and its isomers). この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 21 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 18 73 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University De Novo Synthesis of Veratryl Alcohol by Coriolus versicolor
2433/58135 Hiraide, Koichi 2006/04/01 135 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 125 1485 京都大学数理解析研究所 Hyperbolicity of positively expansive $C^r$ maps on compact smooth manifolds which are $C^r$ structurally stable(New Development of Dynamical Systems with Topological and Computational Methods)
2433/76964 1982/03/15 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 59 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Cover & Contents
2433/53362 1979/03/24 この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 114 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 111 65 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Abstracts
2433/77003 Kurakado, Masahiko 1982/10/15 246 0023-6071 3-4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 243 60 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Search for a Radiation Detector using a Superconducting Tunnel Junction
2433/58318 UMEHARA, Morimichi 2006/05/01 25 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 8 1495 京都大学数理解析研究所 Global Solution to the One-Dimensional Equations for a Self-Gravitating Viscous Radiative and Reactive Gas(Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics : A conference in honor of Professor Tai-Ping Liu on his 60th Birthday)
2433/91071 Ikehata, S. 1983/07/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 89 0527-2997 4 物性研究 87 40 物性研究刊行会 26. Soliton Conduction in Polyacetilene(CH)_X(Experiment,III. One Dimensional Systems)
2433/47038 El'Yanov, Boris S. 1976/12/25 99 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 96 46 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Some notes in connection with "Ion-ion and ion-water interactions at high pressure"
2433/53232 MA, Dengbo 1995/09/30 The steady-state kinetics of the redox interaction between lignin peroxidase (LiP) and cellobiose: quinone oxidoreductase (CBQ) was analyzed. To explain the unique noncompetitive inhibition of LiP by CBQ, a scheme was proposed with a novel equation derived. The inhibition constant here differs from that occurring in the equation for the inhibition of LiP by oxalic acid (OX), in that it involves more parameters. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 46 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 43 82 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University lignin peroxidase Kinetic Analysis of the Noncompetitive Inhibition of Lignin Peroxidase by Cellobiose : Quinone Oxidoreductase
2433/77468 Muranaka, Shigetoshi 1992/11/30 434 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 430 70 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Reactive Deposition of W-, Mo- and V-deped SnO₂ Films
2433/75445 1954/07/31 182 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 179 32 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Titles of Papers : Read at the 53rd Semi-annual Meeting of the Institute on June 11th and 12th, 1954
2433/77231 Chûjô, Riichirô 1989/02/15 316 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 312 66 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Depth Profiling of Magnetic Tape with the Aid of SIMS (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Hiroshi Ibagaki, Professor Michio Kurata, Professor Ryozo Kitamura, On the Occasion of Their Retirments)
2433/172073 Maesato, Mitsuhiko 2013/02/01 The quasi-one-dimensional (Q1D) molecular conductors (DIETSe)_{2}MCl_{4} [M=Fe, Ga] undergo a spin density wave (SDW) transition below 12 K. The SDW ground state is suppressed by applying high pressure, recovering the Q1D Fermi surface which is confirmed by the appearance of Lebed resonance in the angle-dependent magnetoresistance (MR). Above the critical pressure of SDW, MR shows kink structures at high magnetic fields, reminiscent of field-induced spin density wave (FISDW) transition in both salts. The π-d hybrid (DIETSe)_{2}MCl_{4} also exhibits an antiferromagnetic (AF) transition of d-electron spins at 2.5 K, below which the spin-flop-induced positive large MR are observed. The change in the interlayer MR reaches 130% at 10.5 kbar. The resistance anomalies associated with spin flop are also observed in the angle-dependent MR at low magnetic fields below 5 T, associated with clear hysteresis. A polar plot of these anomalies reveals the presence of hidden spin canting. Two magnetic easy axes of d-electron spins are found to be tilted ±16 degrees from the b axis towards the c axis. The interplay between the SDW instability of Q1D π electrons and the local moments of AF d-electron spins is considered as the origin of the anomalous transport behaviors. 1098-0121 8 Physical Review B 87 American Physical Society Anomalous magnetoresistance and hidden spin canting in (DIETSe)_{2}MCl_{4} (M=Fe, Ga)
2433/180449 Liu, Long 2013/09/24 Kyoto University Diesel engines 多段噴射を用いたディーゼル機関の燃焼モデルに関する研究 Study on Combustion Modeling for Diesel Engines with Multi-Stage Injection Strategies
2433/207795 KAMIMOTO, SHINGO 2013/03/01 98 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 81 B37 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35A27 On the composition of kernel functions of pseudo-differential operators and the compatibility with Leibniz rule (Exact WKB Analysis and Microlocal Analysis)
2433/211516 Abe, Hisashi 1965/03/23 Kyoto University NiフェライトにおけるNi[61]の核磁気共鳴 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance of Ni[61] in Nickel-Ferrite
2433/210445 N. Fujii 2015/07/01 51 2189-7093 APRIL 2014 – MARCH 2015 KURRI Progress Report 44 2014 The Research Reactor Institute, Kyoto University I. Annual Summary of Experimental Research Activities. I-1. PROJECT RESEARCHES Project 10 Project Research on the Elucidation of Generating Mechanism of Damaged Protein Induced by Aging and Irradiation
2433/192759 Konishi, Atsushi 2014/11/14 We have previously used site-directed mutagenesis to introduce basic residues (i.e., Arg; Lys) in the nucleic acid binding cleft of the Moloney murine leukemia virus reverse transcriptase (MMLV RT) in order to increase its template-primer (T/P) binding affinity. Three stabilizing mutations (i.e., E286R, E302K, and L435R) were identified (Yasukawa et al., 2010). Now, we studied the mechanism by which those mutations increase the thermal stability of the RT. The three single-mutants (E286R, E302K, and L435R), an RNase H-deficient MMLV RT (carrying the RNase H-inactivating mutation D524A), a quadruple mutant (E286R/E302K/L435R/D524A, designated as MM4) and the wild-type enzyme (WT) were produced in Escherichia coli. All RTs exhibited similar dissociation constants (Kd) for heteropolymeric DNA/DNA (2.9-6.5nM) and RNA/DNA complexes (1.2-2.9nM). Unlike the WT, mutant enzymes (E286R, E302K, L435R, D524A, and MM4) were devoid of RNase H activity, and were not able to degrade RNA in RNA/DNA complexes. These results suggest that the mutations, E286R, E302K, and L435R increase the thermostability of MMLV RT not by increasing its affinity for T/P but by abolishing its RNase H activity. 274 0006-291X 2 Biochemical and biophysical research communications 269 454 Elsevier Inc. Moloney murine leukemia virus Amino acid substitutions away from the RNase H catalytic site increase the thermal stability of Moloney murine leukemia virus reverse transcriptase through RNase H inactivation.
2433/197225 Takasaki, Kanehisa 2010/10/12 The extended Toda hierarchy of Carlet, Dubrovin and Zhang is reconsidered in light of a 2 + 1D extension of the 1D Toda hierarchy constructed by Ogawa. These two extensions of the 1D Toda hierarchy turn out to have a very similar structure, and the former may be thought of as a kind of dimensional reduction of the latter. In particular, this explains an origin of the mysterious structure of the bilinear formalism proposed by Milanov. 1751-8113 43 Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical 43 IOP Publishing Two extensions of 1D Toda hierarchy
2433/198454 Samukange, Vimbai 2014/06/09 Neutral salts activate and stabilize thermolysin. In this study, to explore the mechanism, we analyzed the interaction of 8-anilinonaphthalene 1-sulphonate (ANS) and thermolysin by ANS fluorescence. At pH 7.5, the fluorescence of ANS increased and blue-shifted with increasing concentrations (0-2.0 μM) of thermolysin, indicating that the anilinonaphthalene group of ANS binds with thermolysin through hydrophobic interaction. ANS did not alter thermolysin activity. The dissociation constants (Kd) of the complex between ANS and thermolysin was 33 ± 2 μM at 0 M NaCl at pH 7.5, decreased with increasing NaCl concentrations, and reached 9 ± 3 μM at 4 M NaCl. The Kd values were not varied (31-34 μM) in a pH range of 5.5-8.5. This suggests that at high NaCl concentrations, Na(+) and/or Cl(-) ions bind with thermolysin and affect the binding of ANS with thermolysin. Our results also suggest that the activation and stabilization of thermolysin by NaCl are partially brought about by the binding of Na(+) and/or Cl(-) ions with thermolysin. 1528 0916-8451 9 Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry 1522 78 Taylor & Francis Group ANS Effects of salts on the interaction of 8-anilinonaphthalene 1-sulphonate and thermolysin.
2433/153030 Hoshide, Toshihiko 2011/12/01 Fatigue life is affected by the crack growth behavior that depends on the material microstructure as well as the stress biaxiality. By considering such effects on crack growth, a numerical procedure for predicting failure life in biaxial fatigue of materials with different microstructures was proposed in this study. Such a procedure will be helpful in the material design for higher performance of fatigue resistance in a material. The microstructure of a material was first modeled using Voronoi-polygons, and the crack initiation was analyzed as the result of slip-band formation in individual grains in the modeled microstructure. In the analysis, stress states in individual grains were randomized so that the average stress state should be equivalent to the bulk stress state. An algorithm for the crack growth analysis was established as a competition between the crack-coalescence growth and the propagation as a single crack. The failure life was statistically predicted based on the crack growth behavior simulated for 40 distinct microstructural configurations, which were generated by randomizing shapes of Voronoi-polygons for the same material. By applying the proposed procedure, simulations were conducted for experimental conditions of fatigue tests, which had been conducted under axial, torsional, and combined loading modes using circumferentially notched specimens of pure copper, medium carbon steel, and (α + β) and β titanium alloys. In this case, 40 different failure-lives were obtained for each combination of material and loading mode. It was revealed that the failure lives observed in experiments were almost covered by the life-ranges between the minimum and the maximum lives given in simulation. Statistical characteristics in simulated life-distributions were investigated using Weibull distribution function and its related statistical parameters. 1504 1059-9495 9 Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance 1497 20 Springer Verlag biaxial fatigue Biaxial Fatigue Life Predicted by Crack Growth Analysis in Various Material Microstructures Modeled by Voronoi-Polygons
2433/39699 Tanaka, Katsuhisa 2001/02/15 EuS microcrystal-embedded SiO[2], Al[2]O[3], and TiO[2] thin films have been prepared by using rf sputtering method. X-ray diffraction analysis indicates that EuS microcrystal is precipitated as a single phase in Al[2]O[3] and TiO[2] films while precipitation of EuS is not detected in SiO2 film. Faraday effect attributable to the 4f[7]–4f[6]5d transition of Eu[2+] in EuS microcrystalline phase is observed in Al[2]O[3] and TiO[2] films. In particular, Faraday rotation angle observed for EuS-embedded TiO[2] film is large; for instance, the magnitude of Verdet constant for as-deposited TiO[2] film prepared without heating of substrate during the sputtering is 0.15 deg/cm Oe at wavelength of 700 nm. This value is larger by two orders of magnitude than those of Eu[2+]- or Tb[3+]-containing oxide glasses which show the largest Faraday rotation angle among rare-earth-containing glasses, and is comparable to the value for EuSe single crystal. 2219 0021-8979 4 JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 2213 89 American Institute of Physics Preparation and Faraday effect of EuS microcrystal-embedded oxide thin films
2433/84651 Aoki, Kazuo 2008/03/01 We consider a body immersed in a perfect gas and moving under the action of a constant force. Body and gas are in thermal equilibrium. We assume a stochastic interaction body/medium: when a particle of the medium hits the body, it is absorbed and immediately re-emitted with a Maxwellian distribution. This system gives rise to a microscopic model of friction. We study the approach of the body velocity V(t) to the limiting velocity $V_infty$ and prove that, under suitable smallness assumptions, the approach to equilibrium is begin{displaymath}vert V(t)-V_inftyvertapprox frac{C}{t^{d+1}}, end{displaymath} where d is the dimension of the space, and C is a positive constant. This approach is not exponential, as typical in friction problems, and even slower than for the same problem with elastic collisions. 275 0764-583X 2 ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis 263 42 EDP Sciences, SMAI kinetic theory of gases On the motion of a body in thermal equilibrium immersed in a perfect gas
2433/50137 Matsunaga, T 2002/08/01 1098-0121 6 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v66/p064102 66 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Structural investigation of Pb-y(Zr0.57Ti0.43)(2-y)O-3 films deposited on Pt(001)/MgO(001) substrates by rf sputtering
2433/89511 Koganemaru, Masaaki 2008/06/01 The high residual stress in a resin-molded electronic package sometimes makes the electronic functions unstable. Therefore the residual stress in electronic packages, especially on the top surfaces of semiconductor chips, should be evaluated. The objective of this study is to present a simple method for evaluating residual stress in resin-molded semiconductor chips using a combination of experimental and numerical methods. The actual residual stress of the packaging process was measured by using test chips that included piezoresistive gauges. A linear thermoelastic finite element analysis was then carried out using a three-dimensional model. The finite element analysis was performed under a stress-free temperature determined by the temperature dependence of the residual stress, which was experimentally measured by using the piezoresistive test chips. The measured residual stress using the test chips agreed well with the results of the finite element analysis. It was therefore confirmed that the present evaluation method, combining experimental and numerical methods, is reliable and reasonable. 932 0026-2714 6 Microelectronics Reliability 923 48 Elsevier Residual stress evaluation in resin-molded IC chips using finite element analysis and piezoresistive gauges
2433/72802 Suzuki, Motofumi 2009/01/21 The optical properties of the sandwich of Ag nanorod array (NRA)/structured dielectric layer/Ag mirror have been investigated theoretically and experimentally, where the structured dielectric layer has stacked sublayers of an anisotropic nanocolumnar layer and a uniform layer. The functions of the nanocolumnar and the uniform sublayers are to control shape of the Ag nanorods and to tune optical path length inside the sandwich, respectively. Calculations based on a simple model by treating the NRAs as uniform effective media indicate that the antireflection condition is realized by changing the thickness of the dielectric layer and that the Ag nanorods absorb most of the incident light. The designed structures have been successfully fabricated by taking advantages of the dynamic oblique-angle deposition technique. Under the experimental antireflection condition, Raman scattering measured on the Ag NRA in the near infrared region exhibits significant enhancement. This indicates that the local electric field close to the Ag nanorods can be controlled by the interference of light in the nanostructured sandwiches. Journal of Nanophotonics 3 Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy Tailoring coupling of light to local plasmons by using Ag nanorods/structured dielectric/mirror sandwiches
2433/123375 Kishida, Kyosuke 2009/04/01 The thermoelectric properties of ternary and Al-containing quaternary Ru1−xRexSiy chimney–ladder phases have been studied as a function of the Re concentration with the use of directionally solidified alloys. The Ru1−xRexSiy chimney–ladder phases exhibit n- and p-type semiconducting behaviors, respectively, at low and high Re concentrations, at which the X(=Si)/M(=Ru + Re) ratios are respectively, larger and smaller than those expected from the VEC (valence electron concentration) = 14 rule. The absolute values of both Seebeck coefficient and electrical resistivity increase as the extent of the deviation from the VEC = 14 rule increases, i.e. as the alloy composition deviates from that corresponding to the p–n transition (x ≈ 0.5), indicating that the carrier concentration can be controlled by changing the extent of compositional deviation from the ideal VEC = 14 composition. The highest values of the dimensionless figure of merit obtained are 0.47 for ternary (x = 0.60) and 0.56 for Al-containing quaternary alloys. The reasons for the systematic compositional deviation from the ideal VEC = 14 compositions observed for a series of chimney–ladder phases are discussed in terms of atomic packing. 2019 1359-6454 6 Acta Materialia 2010 57 Elsevier Transition metal silicides Thermoelectric properties of ternary and Al-containing quaternary Ru1-xRexSiy chimney-ladder compounds
2433/168510 Hinuma, Yoyo 2012/12/01 The ionization potentials of the faceted and nonfaceted (110) surfaces of CuInSe2 (CIS) and CuGaSe2 (CGS), which are key components of CuIn1−xGaxSe2 (CIGS) thin-film solar cells, are investigated using first-principles calculations based on a hybrid Hartree-Fock density functional theory approach. Slab models of the chalcopyrite (110) surface with both (112) and (112̅ ) facets on each surface of the slab are employed. Surface energy evaluations point out that two types of faceted surfaces with point defects, namely a combination of CuIn (CuGa) and InCu (GaCu) antisites and a combination of Cu vacancies and InCu (GaCu) antisites, are the most stable depending on the chemical potentials. The ionization potentials are evaluated with two definitions: One highly sensitive to and the other less sensitive to localized surface states. The latter varies by 0.4 eV in CIS and 0.5 eV in CGS with the surface structure. The ionization potentials are reduced by 0.2 eV for faceted surfaces with CuIn (CuGa) and InCu (GaCu) antisites when the effects of the localized surface states are considered. The values of both ionization potentials are similar between CIS and CGS with a difference of about 0.1 eV for the most stable surface structures. 1098-0121 24 Physical Review B 86 American Physical Society Ionization potentials of (112) and (112¯) facet surfaces of CuInSe2 and CuGaSe2
2433/200195 Hanamoto, Seiya 2014/10/28 To improve the risk assessment of pharmaceuticals, it is helpful to know how rapidly they are removed from river water. Direct photolysis by sunlight could be an important process, but so far few studies have attempted to compare modeled with actual losses in a river. Therefore, we quantified natural attenuation by monitoring 56 pharmaceuticals and personal care products over 2 full years in a 2.6 km stretch of an urban river. In addition, to screen photoproducts, we used the Microtox test with Vibrio fischeri to evaluate changes in the toxicity of two photolabile pharmaceuticals, ketoprofen and diclofenac, under sunlight. During transport along the river stretch, ketoprofen and the photolabile pharmaceutical furosemide were attenuated by median values of 77% and 39%. The observed attenuation showed good agreement with photochemical attenuation estimated by an existing method at each sampling, suggesting that the method appeared to be effective for estimating the direct photolysis of the pharmaceuticals during river transport. The toxicity of diclofenac decreased under sunlight, while that of ketoprofen increased immediately after exposure (around 12 times in EC20) and remained high, indicating the existence of toxic and photostable photoproducts of ketoprofen. Therefore, ecological risks of photolabile pharmaceuticals may increase during river transport in some cases, indicating the necessity to incorporate their photoproducts into the estimation method. Accepted 27 Oct 2014. 2803 2050-7895 12 Environmental science. Processes & impacts 2796 16 Royal Society of Chemistry Evaluation of the photolysis of pharmaceuticals within a river by 2 year field observations and toxicity changes by sunlight.
2433/198561 Han, Donglin 2014/05/29 Nickel (Ni) is expected to be an attractive anode material for protonic ceramic fuel cells using Y-doped BaZrO_3 (BZY) as an electrolyte, since Ni shows good catalytic properties for the anode reaction, and NiO is a sintering aid for BZY. In this work, a systematic investigation has been performed to reveal the influence of Ni incorporation on structural and electrochemical properties of BZY. Then, some new knowledge was obtained; the important point is that Ni cations occupy the interstitial position of (1/2, 0, 0) in the lattice of BZY, with a greatly Ba-deficient environment. As a result, Ba cations were possibly driven to the grain boundary and induced the formation of a liquid phase, which promoted the sintering process. However, the occupation of Ni on this (1/2, 0, 0) position also resulted in a negative influence on conductivity. A careful processing is required to apply Ni as the electrode in BZY based fuel cells. 12560 2050-7488 31 Journal of Materials Chemistry A 12552 2 Royal Society of Chemistry Origins of structural and electrochemical influence on Y-doped BaZrO[3] heat-treated with NiO additive
2433/139552 Shibayama, Mitsuru 2011/03/01 In the Newtonian n-body problem, there are various subsystems with two degrees of freedom, such as the collinear three-body problem and the isosceles three-body problem. After we determine a normal form of the Lagrangians of these subsystems, we prove the existence of periodic solutions with regularizable collisions for these systems. Our result includes several examples, such as Schubart’s orbit with or without equal masses, among others. 841 0003-9527 3 Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis 821 199 Springer-Verlag Minimizing Periodic Orbits with Regularizable Collisions in the n-Body Problem
2433/86912 Fujii, Toshiyuki 2009/09/01 Cadmium isotopes were fractionated by the liquid–liquid extraction technique with a crown ether, dicyclohexano-18-crown-6. The isotopic ratios of mCd/111Cd (m: 110, 112, 113, 114, and 116) were measured precisely by the multi-collector inductively coupled plasma spectrometry (MC-ICP-MS). When the isotope enrichment factors were calculated, the odd atomic mass isotopes (111Cd and 113Cd) showed excesses of enrichment comparing to the even atomic mass isotopes (110Cd, 112Cd, 114Cd and 116Cd). This odd–even staggering property originates from the nuclear field shift effect. The contribution of the nuclear field shift effect to the observed isotope enrichment factor was estimated to be 5 to 30%. 163 00092541 3-4 Chemical Geology 157 267 Elsevier Cadmium Nuclear field shift effect in the isotope exchange reaction of cadmium using a crown ether
2433/48886 Murase, Masatoshi 1992/01/01 Lecture Note I (1992) Graduate School of Science Kyoto University A Simplified Model for Excitability
2433/64861 Ohya, Masanori 2001/04/01 11 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1196 京都大学数理解析研究所 On quantum logical gate based on ESR (Analytical Study of Quantum Information and Related Fields)
2433/64860 Sakaguchi, Ushio 2001/04/01 20 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 12 1196 京都大学数理解析研究所 Preparation of effective pure states $\mid 00 \cdots 0 \rangle$ on an NMR quantum computer with any number of spins (Analytical Study of Quantum Information and Related Fields)
2433/64753 Nomura, Atsushi 2001/02/01 65 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 53 1191 京都大学数理解析研究所 Chemotactic Patterns in Biological Systems (Interfaces, Pulses and Waves in Nonlinear Dissipative Systems : RIMS Project 2000 "Reaction-diffusion systems : theory and applications")
2433/63427 Ohtsuka, Makoto 1999/11/01 120 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 115 1116 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON ($p,\omega$)-PRECISE FUNCTIONS WHOSE DERIVATIVES ARE SINGULAR INTEGRALS (Potential Theory and its Related Fields)
2433/64099 Yamagishi, Yoshikazu 2000/05/01 178 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 172 1153 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cantor bouquet of holomorphic stable manifolds for a periodic indeterminate point (Comprehensive Research on Complex Dynamical Systems and Related Fields)
2433/63553 Hoshino, Hiroki 2000/01/01 75 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 70 1123 京都大学数理解析研究所 Exponential decay of a difference between a global solution to a reaction-diffusion system and its spatial average (Analytical Studies for Singularities to the Nonlinear Evolution Equation Appearing in Mathematical Physics)
2433/63621 Suzuki, Mami 2000/01/01 208 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 202 1128 京都大学数理解析研究所 Difference Equation for A Population Model (Mathematical Models in Functional Equations)
2433/64401 Yamamoto, Tetsuro 2000/09/01 26 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 15 1169 京都大学数理解析研究所 Harmonic Relations between Green's Functions and Green's Matrices for Boundary Value Problems (Relevance and Feasibility of Mathematical Analysis on the Computer)
2433/64536 Yamagishi, Yoshikazu 2000/12/01 68 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 60 1179 京都大学数理解析研究所 Cantor family of superstable manifolds of a double root in the dynamics of Newton's method (New developments in dynamical systems)
2433/64744 Okuzono, Tohru 2001/02/01 122 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 112 1191 京都大学数理解析研究所 Self-Propulsion of Cellular Structures in Chemically Reacting Mixtures (Interfaces, Pulses and Waves in Nonlinear Dissipative Systems : RIMS Project 2000 "Reaction-diffusion systems : theory and applications")
2433/63628 Harada, Go 2000/01/01 155 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 148 1128 京都大学数理解析研究所 Keller-Segel系の爆発解の挙動について (数理モデルと関数方程式)
2433/63655 斉藤, 宣一 2000/02/01 82 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 73 1129 京都大学数理解析研究所 Domain-Dependence of Convergence Rate in Some Domain Decomposition Method for a Resolvent Stokes Equation (Computation mechanics and domain decomposition methods)
2433/64278 Fujii, Michihiko 2000/07/01 131 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 126 1163 京都大学数理解析研究所 A cone angle condition on strong convergence of hydperbolic 3-cone-manifolds (Hyperbolic Spaces and Related Topics II)
2433/64355 Feinsilver, Philip 2000/08/01 66 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 59 1166 京都大学数理解析研究所 Symbolic computation of Appell systems on the Schrodinger algebra (Algebraic Systems, Formal Languages and Computations)
2433/64156 Weder, Ricardo 2000/05/01 168 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 157 1156 京都大学数理解析研究所 Inverse Scattering for the Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation and $L^p-L^{\acute{p}}$ Estimates (Spectral and Scattering Theory and Its Related Topics)
2433/64339 Nishio, Hidenosuke 2000/08/01 206 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 200 1166 京都大学数理解析研究所 Global Dynamics of 1-D Extended Cellular Automata (Algebraic Systems, Formal Languages and Computations)
2433/53381 NAKATSUBO, Fumiaki 1975/03/31 p-Coumaryl alcohol was dehydrogenated with peroxidase and H_2O_2 system. Five dilignols, p-coumarylresinol (I), dehydrodi-p-coumaryl alcohol (II), p-hydroxyphenyl-glycerol-β-coumaryl ether (III), monoepoxylignan (IV) and 5-5'-dilignol (V) were identified and determined by both gas chromatography and NMR spectrometry, and the ratio of the amounts of the three main dilignols (I, II and III) was 31 : 49 : 20. The dilignol (V) was trace in amount (0.6%), and 1, 2-diarylpropane-l, 3-diol (VI) could not be found. The ratio of the racemoid and mesoid couplings at C-β and C-β' carbons was about 9.4 : 1, and the dilignol (III) was a mixture consisting of erythro and threo isomers (1:4.7) whose ratio was determined by gas chromatography. From these results, it was concluded that coniferyl and p-coumaryl alcohols had almost the same reactivity on enzymic dehydrogenation. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 19 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 12 58 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Enzymic Dehydrogenation of p-Coumaryl Alcohol. : III. Analysis of Dilignols by Gas Chromatography and NMR Spectrometry
2433/62499 Kamimoto, Joe 1998/10/01 88 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 83 1067 京都大学数理解析研究所 REMARKS ON BLOCH FUNCTIONS ON WEAKLY PSEUDOCONVEX DOMAINS (Reproducing Kernels and their Applications)
2433/61946 TSUJI, Miki 1998/04/01 121 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 116 1037 京都大学数理解析研究所 Extension Problem of Holomorphic Funtions
2433/58578 Kumura, Hironori 2006/07/01 150 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 141 1510 京都大学数理解析研究所 Geometry of an end and absence of eigenvalues in the essential spectrum(Spectral and Scattering Theory and Related Topics)
2433/76550 Kurata, Michio 1974/09/13 471 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 464 52 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University A Note on the Chain Entanglement in Concentrated Polymer Solutions (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Waichiro Tsuji On the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/76555 Ise, Norio 1974/09/13 424 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 416 52 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Carbamoylated Poly-L-Lysine and its Helix-Coil Transition (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Waichiro Tsuji On the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/76489 Takahashi, Sho 1973/08/29 162 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 153 51 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Thermally Induced Denaturation of Intramolecularly Cross-linked Bovine RNase A
2433/76443 Hayami, Jun-ichi 1972/11/17 362 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 354 50 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University S[N]2 Reactions in Dipolar Aprotic Solvents. II. Direct Displacement Reactions of Substituted Benzyl Chlorides with Halide Anion in Acetonitrile. (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Sango Kunichika On the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/76433 Kaji, Aritsune 1972/11/17 449 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 441 50 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Thermal Rearrangement of Thiocarboxylates (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Sango Kunichika On the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/42337 Muraki, Naofumi 2002/08/01 129 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 123 1278 京都大学数理解析研究所 Classification of Universal Notions of Stochastic Independence (Trends in Infinite Dimensional Analysis and Quantum Probability)
2433/41995 Dreher, Michael 2002/05/01 23 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 18 1261 京都大学数理解析研究所 Necessary Conditions for the Gevrey-Well-Posedness of Schrodinger Type Equations (Microlocal Analysis and Related Topics)
2433/41840 Osumi, Shigehiro 2002/02/01 217 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 211 1252 京都大学数理解析研究所 Competitive Facility Location Problem with Fuzzy Relative Distance (Mathematical Decision Making under Uncertainty)
2433/26086 Pesin, Yakov 2004/11/01 97 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 91 1404 京都大学数理解析研究所 THERMODYNAMICS OF SYSTEMS WITH NONZERO EXPONENTS MORE QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS (Dynamics of Complex Systems)
2433/25334 三谷, 健一 2004/04/01 40 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 33 1365 京都大学数理解析研究所 Absoluteノルム空間におけるJames定数について (非線形解析学と凸解析学の研究)
2433/25816 Hidano, Kunio 2004/07/01 33 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 27 1389 京都大学数理解析研究所 A NEW PROOF OF THE GLOBAL EXISTENCE THEOREM OF KLAINERMAN (Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
2433/25808 Machihara, Shuji 2004/07/01 87 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 81 1388 京都大学数理解析研究所 Small global solutions for the nonlinear Dirac equation (Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
2433/50040 Katsuki, H 2000/04/10 3289 0031-9007 15 PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 3286 http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v84/p3286 84 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Observation of rovibrational dephasing of molecules in parahydrogen crystals by frequency domain spectroscopy
2433/50018 Fujimoto, S 2001/08/15 0163-1829 8 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v64/p085102 64 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Mott transition and heavy-fermion state in the pyrochlore Hubbard model
2433/50026 Fujimoto, S 2004/01/23 0031-9007 3 PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v92/p037206 92 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Boundary susceptibility in the spin-1/2 chain: Curie-like behavior without magnetic impurities
2433/46150 外山, 修 1938/08/31 124 4 物理化學の進歩 115 12 日本物理化學研究會 ニッケル觸媒に依るエチレンの水素添加の動力學（第二報）高温度の反應 The kinetics of the catalytic hydrogenation of ethylene with nickel [II] : reaction at high temperatures
2433/47008 Ueno, Masakatsu 1975/11/20 22 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 17 45 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The electrical conductivities of EtnNH4-nCl(n=1,2,3) in water
2433/47986 Hwang, Chii-Ruey 2006/01/01 34 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 26 1462 京都大学数理解析研究所 Nonreversible Perturbations Accelerate Convergence(The 7th Workshop on Stochastic Numerics)
2433/48011 ISHIMURA, Naoyuki 2006/01/01 65 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 58 1464 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the existence of periodic traveling wave solutions for the Ostrovsky equation(Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/48005 NAKAMURA, KEN-ICHI 2006/01/01 172 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 164 1464 京都大学数理解析研究所 Large time behavior of unbounded global solutions to some nonlinear diffusion equations(Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/48174 Shibata, Tetsutaro 2006/02/01 185 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 178 1474 京都大学数理解析研究所 非線形固有値問題の解の漸近挙動(関数方程式の解のダイナミクスと数値シミュレーション)
2433/76704 1977/03/25 380 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 374 54 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Laboratory of Surface Chemistry (Special Issue on the Commemoration of the Fiftieth Anniversary)
2433/102236 Yabe, Hiroshi 1991/04/01 182 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 172 747 京都大学数理解析研究所 Sequential Truncated QP Method for Constrained Optimization
2433/80804 Naito, Toshiki 2007/04/01 67 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 59 1547 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Representation of Solutions for Periodic Linear Differential Equations(Functional Equations Based upon Phenomena)
2433/46843 Osugi, Jiro 1964/11/05 18 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 7 34 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The reaction of methyl chloride with carbon monoxide
2433/76829 Iwata, Hiroo 1979/07/31 192 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 184 57 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Intramolecular Crosslinking in Gelation (Special Issue on Polymer Chemistry, XIV)
2433/62823 Maeno, Toshiaki 1999/03/01 25 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 17 1086 京都大学数理解析研究所 Quantum double Schubert polynomials, quantum Schubert polynomials and Vafa-Intriligator formula : joint work with Anatol N. Kirillov (Topological Field Theory and Related Topics)
2433/62844 Aoki, Takashi 1999/03/01 54 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 39 1088 京都大学数理解析研究所 Stokes geometry of Painleve equations with a large parameter
2433/62839 Ishimura, Ryuichi 1999/03/01 100 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 94 1088 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Continuation of Holomorphic Solutions for Convolution Equations in Complex Domains
2433/63237 Osaki, Koichi 1999/07/01 9 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1105 京都大学数理解析研究所 Structure of the stationary solution to Keller-Segel equation in one dimension (Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Applications)
2433/62338 Arai, Hitoshi 1998/08/01 11 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1058 京都大学数理解析研究所 Morrey spaces and applications to $\overline\partial_b$ and hypoelliptic pseudodifferential equations
2433/61662 HIROTA, Ryogo 1997/12/01 159 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 143 1020 京都大学数理解析研究所 solitons Discretization of Coupled Modified KdV Equations(Discrete Integrable System and Discrete Analysis)
2433/75500 Takahashi, Isao 1955/03/31 72 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 63 33 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University New Approximate Methods of Dielectric Measurement in the Centimeter Wave Region I
2433/75497 1955/03/31 83 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 76 33 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University A List of Scientific Papers : Published in Other Journals by the Staff of the Institute and their Co-workers during the Year 1954
2433/61205 Ichinose, Wataru 1997/05/01 71 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 65 994 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the convergence of the Feynman path integral defined through broken line paths(Spectral and Scattering Theory and Its Related Topics)
2433/62247 Yoshida, Kyo 1998/06/01 28 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 20 1051 京都大学数理解析研究所 渦度のClebsch変数表示による減衰乱流の理論 (渦度場のダイナミックスと乱流の数理) A Theory on the Decaying Turbulence using Clebsch Variables
2433/61744 Kurata, Kazuhiro 1998/02/01 74 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 66 1025 京都大学数理解析研究所 Existence of non-topological solutions to a nonlinear elliptic equation arising in self-dual Chern-Simons-Higgs theory(Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/62049 山田, 敬三 1998/04/01 234 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 227 1041 京都大学数理解析研究所 決定可能な高階単一化問題に関する研究 (アルゴリズムと計算の理論)
2433/62040 CHIBA, Fumihiro 1998/04/01 44 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 39 1040 京都大学数理解析研究所 ニューマークのベータ法の安定性について(数値計算アルゴリズムの研究) On the Stability of Newmark's $\beta$ method
2433/61783 Saitoh, Saburou 1998/04/01 85 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 75 1027 京都大学数理解析研究所 NORM INEQUALITIES IN NONLINEAR TRANSFORMS(Inequalities in operator theory and its related topics)
2433/41767 Hilhorst, D. 2002/02/01 34 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 25 1249 京都大学数理解析研究所 Singular limit of a reaction-diffusion system with resource-consumer interaction (International Conference on Reaction-Diffusion Systems : Theory and Applications)
2433/43216 Yoshikawa, Masayoshi 2003/06/01 20 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 10 1327 京都大学数理解析研究所 Modular adjacency algebras of the Hamming association schemes (Algebraic Combinatorics)
2433/41207 Benoit, Eric 2001/06/01 98 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 90 1216 京都大学数理解析研究所 Existence of canards at a pseudo-singular node point (Qualitative theory of functional equations and its application to mathematical science)
2433/41129 Ouchi, Sunao 2001/06/01 119 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 112 1211 京都大学数理解析研究所 Existence of singular solutions with bounds of linear partial differential equations in the complex domain (Asymptotic Analysis and Microlocal Analysis of PDE)
2433/41210 Iwasaki, Katsunori 2001/06/01 127 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 115 1216 京都大学数理解析研究所 Inverse Bifurcation Problem in Mathematical Ecology and Related Wiener-Hopf Equations (Qualitative theory of functional equations and its application to mathematical science)
2433/43364 Dan, Yuya 2003/08/01 28 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 19 1336 京都大学数理解析研究所 On exponential time decay solutions to Schrodinger equations (Hyperbolic Equations and Irregularities)
2433/83589 Gangl, Herbert 1993/06/01 205 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 197 844 京都大学数理解析研究所 Functional equations of polylogarithms(Algebraic Number Theory : Recent Developments and Their Backgrounds)
2433/83805 Sutherland, Colin E. 1994/01/01 21 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 11 858 京都大学数理解析研究所 Borel fields of Lie Groups and Algebras
2433/77433 Shirai, Toshiyuki 1992/03/30 54 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 45 70 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University High Power Dummy-Load for RF System in the Linac
2433/41998 D'Ancona, Piero 2002/05/01 55 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 46 1261 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the Wellposedness of the Cauchy Problem for Weakly Hyperbolic Equations of Higher Order (Microlocal Analysis and Related Topics)
2433/42006 Tahara, Hidetoshi 2002/05/01 122 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 115 1261 京都大学数理解析研究所 Solvability of non-linear totally characteristic partial differential equations in the complex domain : when resonances occur (Microlocal Analysis and Related Topics)
2433/46776 Makita, Tadashi 1960/03/28 54 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 47 29 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The thermal diffusion in binary gaseous mixtures under pressures, I : hydrogen-carbon dioxide system
2433/42612 Kawanago, Tadashi 2002/11/01 143 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 137 1295 京都大学数理解析研究所 Applications of computer algebra to some bifurcation problems in nonlinear vibrations (Computer Algebra : Algorithms, Implementations and Applications)
2433/42015 Yoshino, Masafumi 2002/05/01 201 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 192 1261 京都大学数理解析研究所 Fuchsian PDE with applications to normal forms of resonant vector fields (Microlocal Analysis and Related Topics)
2433/42983 Cuevas, Claudio 2003/04/01 57 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 52 1315 京都大学数理解析研究所 Sharp bounds on the number of resonances for conformally compact manifolds with constant negative curvature near infinity (Wave phenomena and asymptotic analysis)
2433/46682 Kiyama, Ryo 1952/12/25 65 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 59 22 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on the kinetics of the reaction of acetylene with aqueous formaldehyde solution, II
2433/50550 Kuramoto, Y 1996/06/03 4355 0031-9007 23 PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 4352 http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v76/p4352 76 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Origin of power-law spatial correlations in distributed oscillators and maps with nonlocal coupling
2433/46685 Osugi, Jiro 1952/12/25 82 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 76 22 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on the kinetics of enzymic reactions, III : thermo-analytical studies of the degradation of amylose by action of bacterial α-amylase
2433/46641 Moriya, K. 1947/09/15 152 0034-6675 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 143 20 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Thermal decomposition of diethyl peroxide (Commemoration volume dedicated to Prof. Shinkichi Horiba in celebration of his sixtieth birthday)
2433/46535 Kubokawa, Masao 1938/12/31 167 0034-6675 3 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 157 12 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The activated adsorption of methane on reduced nickel
2433/46580 1940/12/31 176 0034-6675 3 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 171 14 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Abstract of the physico-chemical literature in Japan, author index
2433/46700 Kiyama, Ryo 1954/02/15 80 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 73 23 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on the kinetics of the reaction of propargyl alcohol with aqueous formaldehyde solution
2433/50462 Terasaki, K 2003/05/01 0556-2821 9 PHYSICAL REVIEW D http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRD/v67/p097501 67 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Newly observed two-body decays of B mesons in a hybrid perspective
2433/46625 Kodama, Sinziro 1947/09/15 57 0034-6675 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 50 20 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Macropolymerization of ethylene I (Commemoration volume dedicated to Prof. Shinkichi Horiba in celebration of his sixtieth birthday)
2433/50393 Uchino, T 2001/05/14 4563 0031-9007 20 PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 4560 http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v86/p4560 86 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Structure and generation mechanism of the peroxy-radical defect in amorphous silica
2433/50388 Uchino, T 2000/12/15 15306 0163-1829 23 PHYSICAL REVIEW B 15303 http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v62/p15303 62 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Structure and paramagnetic properties of defect centers in Ge-doped SiO2 glass: Localized and delocalized Ge E ' centers
2433/50387 Uchino, T 2000/08/01 2986 0163-1829 5 PHYSICAL REVIEW B 2983 http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v62/p2983 62 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Model of oxygen-deficiency-related defects in SiO2 glass
2433/46713 Kinoshita, Hideo 1955/02/25 73 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 67 24 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Synthesis of melamine from urea, III
2433/42386 渡部, 隆夫 2002/08/01 234 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 227 1281 京都大学数理解析研究所 線型代数群の基本Hermite定数 (保型形式およびそれに付随するディリクレ級数の研究)
2433/42631 Andre, Yves 2002/12/01 42 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 35 1296 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON GALOIS THEORY OF $q$-DEFORMATIONS OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (Deformation of differential equations and asymptotic analysis)
2433/25485 Yoshida, Naoki 2004/04/01 23 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 17 1372 京都大学数理解析研究所 個体群サイズがロジスティック成長する$SIR$伝染病モデルのパーマネンス解析 (数理モデルと関数方程式の解のダイナミクス) Permanence of a Delayed $SIR$ Epidemic Model with Logistic Process (Mathematical models and dynamics of functional equations)
2433/42268 Wenguang, Zhai 2002/07/01 238 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 230 1274 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON THE SIMULTANEOUS DISTRIBUTION OF THE FRACTIONAL PARTS OF DIFFERENT POWERS OF PRIMES (New Aspects of Analytic Number Theory)
2433/42221 Duzhin, Sergei 2002/06/01 90 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 84 1272 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the Kleinian weight systems (Low-Dimensional Topology of Tomorrow)
2433/25150 Tsuge, Naoki 2004/01/01 120 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 113 1353 京都大学数理解析研究所 Spherically Symmetric Flow of the Compressible Euler Equations : For the Case Including the Origin (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/25142 kawashima, Shuichi 2004/01/01 8 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1353 京都大学数理解析研究所 Hyperbolic balance laws and entropy (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/41059 Hiroshima, Fumio 2001/05/01 79 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 69 1208 京都大学数理解析研究所 Binding through coupling to a radiation field (Spectral and Scattering Theory and Related Topics)
2433/25188 Ikota, Ryo 2004/02/01 107 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 100 1356 京都大学数理解析研究所 Stability of Stationary Interfaces of Binary-Tree Type : Overview (Pattern formation and asymptotic geometric structure in reaction-diffusion systems)
2433/41281 Nakane, Shizuo 2001/07/01 31 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 26 1220 京都大学数理解析研究所 Accumulation of stretching rays for real cubic polynomials (Studies on complex dynamics and related topics)
2433/46734 Kiyama, Ryo 1956/08/30 8 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 1 26 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The solubilities of compressed acetylene gas in liquids, IV : the solubility of compressed acetylene gas in tetrahydrofuran
2433/40985 Taniuchi, Yasushi 2001/04/01 76 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 71 1204 京都大学数理解析研究所 Euler方程式の大域解接続に関するBeale-Kato-Majdaの定理とその発展 (非線形偏微分方程式の解の構造とその解析手法についての研究) Remarks on the result of Beale-Kato-Majda for the Euler equations (Studies on structure of solutions of nonlinear PDEs and its analytical methods)
2433/25223 Ishige, Kazuhiro 2004/02/01 116 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 110 1358 京都大学数理解析研究所 Blow-up profile for a nonlinear heat equation with the Neumann boundary condition (Evolution Equations and Asymptotic Analysis of Solutions)
2433/25490 Nakaoka, Shinji 2004/04/01 57 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 51 1372 京都大学数理解析研究所 時間遅れをもつネガティブフィードバックを含む体内時計モデルの安定性解析 (数理モデルと関数方程式の解のダイナミクス) Stability Analysis for a physiological clock model with delayed negative feedback loop (Mathematical models and dynamics of functional equations)
2433/25638 Sugawa, Toshiyuki 2004/05/01 80 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 76 1377 京都大学数理解析研究所 MONODROMIES OF SCHWARZIAN DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF A CERTAIN TYPE (Diophantine phenomena in differential equations and dynamical systems)
2433/24886 Chen, Thomas 2004/07/01 192 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 184 1386 京都大学数理解析研究所 Quantum dynamics in random media and localization lengths in dimension 3 (Applications of Renormalization Group Methods in Mathematical Sciences)
2433/60046 Nishitani, Tatsuo 1996/02/01 90 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 85 937 京都大学数理解析研究所 Hyperbolicity of Localizations
2433/60707 Suzuki, Katsuhiro 1996/11/01 276 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 269 972 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Riemannian Geometrical Analysis of the Filament Equation
2433/75580 Gotoh, Rempei 1957/10/31 35 0023-6071 1-2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 26 35 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Brittle Fracture and Spinnability of Viscous Materials
2433/49858 Kitahata, H 2004/08/01 1063-651X 2 PHYSICAL REVIEW E http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRE/v70/p021910 70 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Spontaneous rhythmic motion of a polymer chain in a continuous-wave laser field
2433/75546 Ishibashi, Masayoshi 1956/03/30 19 0023-6071 1-2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 10 34 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Studies on the Polarographic Analysis. (XXIV) : Use of Double Complexing Agents as Supporting Electrolyte. (2) : The EDTA-KCN Base Solution
2433/60772 IOHARA, Takao 1996/11/01 42 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 30 974 京都大学数理解析研究所 Benard-Marangoni convection with a deformable surface
2433/60364 AIKI, Toyohiko 1996/05/01 61 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 54 951 京都大学数理解析研究所 On a global solution and a blow-up solution to one-phase Stefan problem(Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/84466 LAU, Anthony To-Ming 1995/02/01 142 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 133 897 京都大学数理解析研究所 Fixed point A Fixed Point Theorem for Noncommutative Families of Nonexpansive Mappings in Banach spaces(Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/76138 Tsujii, Yoshikazu 1966/11/15 442 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 430 44 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dendritic Structure in Lead Crystals Grown from the Melt Using the Seed Crystal (Special Issue on Physics and Inorganic Chemistry)
2433/76184 Horikiri, Shozo 1967/03/31 76 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 69 45 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Charge Transfer in Binary Organic Liquid Mixtures of Cyclohexane and Methyl-substituted Benzenes (Special Issue on Physical, Chemical and Biological Effects of Gamma Radiation, VIII)
2433/87356 Matsuda, Kazunari 2008/05/01 We studied the mechanism of the photoluminescence (PL) enhancement and quenching of single CdSe/ZnS nanocrystals on rough Au surfaces. Single nanocrystal spectroscopy revealed that the PL enhancement depends strongly on the excitation wavelength and liner-polarization angle due to the localized plasmon excitation and is also sensitive to the nanocrystal size. The polarization- and size-dependent PL enhancement and quenching are determined by the balance between the resonant energy transfer from the nanocrystal to the Au surface and the electric field enhancement. 0003-6951 21 Applied Physics Letters 92 American Institute of Physics Photoluminescence enhancement and quenching of single CdSe/ZnS nanocrystals on metal surfaces dominated by plasmon resonant energy transfer
2433/61063 AYE, PYI 1997/04/01 179 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 169 989 京都大学数理解析研究所 Heat convection of compressible fluid(Domain Decomposition Methods and Related Topics)
2433/61073 IMAI, HITOSHI 1997/04/01 64 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 56 989 京都大学数理解析研究所 simplified magnetic Benard system Convergence of attractors for simplified magnetic Benard system(Domain Decomposition Methods and Related Topics)
2433/76333 Donkai, Nobuo 1970/08/22 87 0023-6071 2-3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 79 48 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University A Universal Calibration in Gel Permeation Chromatography
2433/81320 NOTSU, Hirofumi 2007/11/01 78 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 73 1573 京都大学数理解析研究所 Navier-Stokes 方程式に対する時間2次精度特性曲線有限要素スキームの安定性(数値シミュレーションを支える応用数理) Stability of a characteristic finite element scheme of second order in time increment for the Navier-Stokes equations(Mathematical Sciences for Large Scale Numerical Simulations)
2433/75946 Yoshida, Hiroshi 1963/03/30 47 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 39 41 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Study on the Reaction Between Polymer Radical and 1, 1-Diphenyl-2-Picryl Hydrazyl (Special Issue on Physical, Chemical and Biological Effects of Gamma Radiation, IV)
2433/84351 Hattori, Yuji 1994/10/01 48 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 37 888 京都大学数理解析研究所 Differential-geometric formulation of the ideal MHD(Mathematical Fluid Mechanics and Modeling)
2433/82986 NISHIYAMA, Ken'ichi 1992/09/01 121 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 106 809 京都大学数理解析研究所 Ecological Approach to Economic Systems(Complex Systems with Decision Makers)
2433/158122 SATŌ, Rokurō 1959/05/31 93 0006-5420 2 防虫科学 89 24 財団法人防虫科学研究所 有機燐剤のアルカリによる加水分解の反応速度論的考察 有機燐殺虫剤の化学的研究 第4報 The Rate of Hydrolysis of Some Organophosphates Chemical Studies on Organophosphorus Insecticides IV
2433/158734 平野, 忠美 1972/11/30 141 0006-5420 4 防虫科学 135 37 財団法人防虫科学研究所 20.ガルエクロンのニカメイチュウに対する種々の生物活性について Studies on Some Biological Activities of N-(2-Methyl-4-Chlorophenyl)-N', N'-Dimethylformamidine(Galecron) to the Rice Stem Borer, Chilo suppressalis Walker
2433/80809 USAMI, Hiroyuki 2007/04/01 26 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 18 1547 京都大学数理解析研究所 準線型常微分方程式の弱増加正値解の漸近形(現象からの関数方程式) Asymptotic forms of weakly increasing positive solutions of quasilinear ordinary differential equations(Functional Equations Based upon Phenomena)
2433/80761 Ohtsuka, Takeshi 2007/04/01 46 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 38 1545 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Allen-Cahn type equation with multiple-well potentials and mean curvature flow equation(Viscosity Solution Theory of Differential Equations and its Developments)
2433/140193 HISHIKAWA, Yosuke 2008/12/01 81 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 73 1618 京都大学数理解析研究所 The reproducing property on parabolic Bergman and Bloch spaces (Applications of Reproducing Kernels)
2433/129112 MORI, James 2003/04/01 763 0386-412X B 京都大学防災研究所年報. B = Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals. B 757 http://www.dpri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nenpo/nenpo.html 46 京都大学防災研究所 集集台湾地震 集集台湾地震のアスペリティの破壊過程の調査 Investigating the Large Asperity of the1999 Chichi, Taiwan Earthquake
2433/140930 Noda, Takumi 2009/07/01 115 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 106 1659 京都大学数理解析研究所 Some asymptotic expansions of the Eisenstein series (Automorphic representations, automorphic $L$-functions and arithmetic)
2433/81421 Kessar, Radha 2008/02/01 141 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 135 1581 京都大学数理解析研究所 FROBENIUS TWISTS, MORITA EQUIVALENCES AND QUANTUM COMPLETE INTERSECTIONS (Cohomology Theory of Finite Groups and Related Topics)
2433/101586 Nishimura, N. 1989/10/01 45 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 34 703 京都大学数理解析研究所 Regularisation in 3D BIE for Anisotropic Elastodynamic Crack Problem
2433/140547 Noda, Takumi 2009/04/01 171 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 164 1639 京都大学数理解析研究所 An explicit formula for the zeros of the Rankin-Selberg $L$-function (New Aspects of Analytic Number Theory)
2433/140228 Ait-Sahalia, Yacine 2009/01/01 17 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 11 1620 京都大学数理解析研究所 Testing finite activity against infinite activity for jumps, for high frequency observation : an overview (The 8th Workshop on Stochastic Numerics)
2433/141188 Atsuji, Atsushi 2010/01/01 10 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1672 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 31C05 Submartingale property of subharmonic functions (Stochastic Analysis of Jump Processes and Related Topics)
2433/125011 LIU, Xiaohu 1996/02/01 25 0454-7675 2-3 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 17 45 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Eddy Correlation Measurements of Carbon Dioxide Flux over Coastal Sea Surface
2433/191716 Tamai, Shigenobu 1980/12/25 樹木の生長に及ぼす密度効果について立木密度の異なった4プロットで調べた。高密度区の樹木の直径生長率と樹高生長率は低密度区のそれより早くにぶった。D_o_2Hと樹木の各部分の重さとの相対生長関係は, プロット間で差がみられなかった。C-D効果は樹高生長より直径生長にはっきりあらわれた。高密度区の樹高の順位変動は低密度区に比べ著しかった。 31 0368-511X 京都大学農学部演習林報告 = BULLETIN OF THE KYOTO UNIVERSITY FORESTS 22 52 京都大学農学部附属演習林 ヤマハンノキ幼令林分の樹木の生長に及ぼす密度効果について Density effects on the growth of trees at early growing stage in alder (Alnus hirsuta var. sibirica) stand
2433/192074 Nakagawa, Tetsuo 1995/12/25 木材をC_1化学の素原料として役立てるための詳細な情報を得るために, 前報で得られたスギ熱分解実験結果を生成気体中の一酸化炭素 (CO) の割合の観点から検討した。さらにこの反応の速度論についても考察した。すなわち, 処理温度が高いほど, 生成気体中のCOの割合は高くなり, 試料の粒子のサイズ, 試料の採取部位, 分解時間にはほどんど無関係であった。また, 200℃から300℃の温度範囲における反応の活性化エネルギーは, 辺材の場合が8. 73×10_4 J mol_<-1>, 心材の場合が9. 07×10_4 J mol_<-1>であり, 文献値と同じオーダーであることが判明した。 191 0368-511X 京都大学農学部演習林報告 = BULLETIN OF THE KYOTO UNIVERSITY FORESTS 184 67 京都大学農学部附属演習林 C_1化学の原料としてのスギの選択的熱分解 II : 生成気体中のCOの占める割合の粒子サイズ, 部位, 温度, 時間依存性ならびに速度論的解釈 Selective Pyrolysis of Japanese Cedar to C_1-Chemistry Materials. II : Particle Size, Portion of Wood, Temperature and Time Dependence of CO Percentages in Produced Gases, and Kinetic Investigation
2433/198100 EI, Shin-Ichiro 2012/12/01 40 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 31 B35 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35K57 Infinite dimensional relaxation oscillation in reaction diffusion systems (Mathematical and numerical analysis for interface motion arising in nonlinear phenomena)
2433/193398 Loo, H. Y. 1992/02/07 Three-dimensional numerical modeling has been performed to account for possible earthquake migration phenomena along a northwestern Pacific subduction slab, on the assumption that the lithosphere is a linear visco-elastic body, but the asthenosphere and the mesosphere respond to the applied stress as non-linear Newtonian materials obeying the power law of creep. On the basis of a three-dimensional thermal structure of the northwestern Pacific region, the preliminarily computed stress regimes show that: 1) to induce a stick-slip type trench event, prefailures at a depth of about 40 km in the front of the locked zone between two lithospheric plates are required; 2) the compositional density contrast due to phase change at typical depths is prerequisite of stress concentration to cause a dislocation type deep-focus earthquake; and 3) the co-seismic change in gravitational potential is a controlling factor for earthquake migration downward along the subduction slab. 316 0094-8276 3 Geophysical Research Letters 313 19 American Geophysical Union Three-dimensional numerical modelling of earthquake migration along a northwestern Pacific subducting slab
2433/195650 GUO, JONG-SHENQ 2014/04/01 65 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 57 1881 京都大学数理解析研究所 A FREE BOUNDARY PROBLEM FOR A WEAK COMPETITION SYSTEM (Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems and Their Applications)
2433/195309 HONDA, Naofumi 2013/11/01 110 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 100 1861 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 81Q30 A computer-assisted study of the Landau-Nakanishi geometry (Recent development of microlocal analysis and asymptotic analysis)
2433/195367 小林, 健太 2013/11/01 163 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 154 1865 京都大学数理解析研究所 MATLABとINTLABによる精度保証付き数値計算とその応用 (数学ソフトウェアと教育 : 数学ソフトウェアの効果的利用に関する研究)
2433/194817 Tsuge, Naoki 2013/04/01 181 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 171 1830 京都大学数理解析研究所 Isentropic Gas Flow in a Laval Nozzle : Physical Phenomena of Steady Flow and Time Global Existence of Solutions (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/195202 Yotsutani, Shoji 2013/10/01 32 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 23 1854 京都大学数理解析研究所 Structure and stability of stationary solutions to a cross-diffusion equation (Mathematical Sciences of Anomalous Diffusion)
2433/195235 Liang, Song 2013/10/01 35 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 28 1855 京都大学数理解析研究所 A stochastic process with a Stochastic Hamiltonian equation phase and a Uniform Motion phase (Probability Symposium)
2433/195681 Ueda, Yoshihiro 2014/04/01 20 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 13 1883 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic stability of stationary solutions for the non-isentropic Euler-Maxwell system (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/194927 Yotsutani, Shoji 2013/06/01 125 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 116 1838 京都大学数理解析研究所 Multiplicity of solutions in the Lotka-Volterra competition with cross-diffusion (Global qualitative theory of ordinary differential equations and its applications)
2433/195243 Oeda, Kazuhiro 2013/10/01 130 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 123 1856 京都大学数理解析研究所 Coexistence in a diffusive Lotka-Volterra prey-predator system with a protection zone (New developments of the theory of evolution equations in the analysis of non-equilibria)
2433/195808 Seki, Yukihiro 2014/04/01 28 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 21 1892 京都大学数理解析研究所 Multiple points blow-up for the Keller-Segel system (New Role of the Theory of Abstract Evolution Equations : From a Point of View Overlooking the Individual Partial Differential Equations)
2433/195809 Matsuura, Kei 2014/04/01 20 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 13 1892 京都大学数理解析研究所 On a semilinear evolution equation (New Role of the Theory of Abstract Evolution Equations : From a Point of View Overlooking the Individual Partial Differential Equations)
2433/177031 GERARD, C. 2010/12/01 24 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 15 B21 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 81T20 Existence and absence of ground states for a particle interacting through the quantized scalar field on a static spacetime (Applications of Renormalization Group Methods in Mathematical Sciences)
2433/176826 NISHIBATA, Shinya 2009/12/01 187 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 179 B15 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 82D37 Stationary solutions of a hydrodynamic model for semiconductors (Mathematical analysis on the self-organization and self-similarity)
2433/176838 TSUCHIDA, Tetsuo 2010/04/01 171 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 163 B16 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35B27 Long time asymptotics of heat kernels for one dimensional elliptic operators with periodic coefficients (Spectral and Scattering Theory and Related Topics)
2433/176807 TANAKA, Hironori 2009/10/01 84 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 75 B13 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 39A10 Constructing two-dimensional integrable mappings that possess invariants of high degree (Expansion of Integrable Systems)
2433/172754 Saito, Yasuhisa 2012/03/01 65 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 57 1786 京都大学数理解析研究所 Global stabilization and regulation in predator-prey models (Progress in Qualitative Theory of Functional Equations)
2433/174216 HOH, Walter 2008/01/01 137 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 129 B6 京都大学数理解析研究所 Holder continuity of harmonic functions associated to pseudo differential operators with negative definite symbol (Proceedings of RIMS Workshop on Stochastic Analysis and Applications)
2433/178456 SHIMADA, Mitsuhiko 1963/12/01 254 0454-7837 Special Contributions of the Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University 247 3 Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF THE EARTH'S MANTLE VIEWED AS THE SYSTEM : MgO-SiO2-MgSiO3-Mg2SiO4
2433/170344 YANAGAWA, MAKOTO 2010/10/01 74 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 70 1718 京都大学数理解析研究所 Morley's theorem on Omitting types (New developments of independence notions in model theory)
2433/170326 Nishimoto, Katsuyuki 2010/10/01 68 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 55 1717 京都大学数理解析研究所 Fractional Calculus Production of Some Fractional Differintegral Equations in N-Fractional Calculus (Extensions of the historical calculus transforms in the geometric function theory)
2433/170920 KISAKA, Masashi 2011/05/01 144 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 137 1742 京都大学数理解析研究所 Smoothness of hairs for some entire functions (Dynamical Systems : Theories to Applications and Applications to Theories)
2433/170242 Kamiya, Noriaki 2010/09/01 20 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 10 1712 京都大学数理解析研究所 On $(\alpha, \beta, \gamma)$ triple systems (Algebras, Languages, Algorithms in Algebraic Systems and Computations)
2433/171047 Monobe, Harunori 2011/06/01 140 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 133 1746 京都大学数理解析研究所 On a free boundary problem related to the motion of an amoeba (Nonlinear evolution equations and related topics to mathematical analysis of a phenomena)
2433/76934 Oka, Yoshio 1981/07/15 62 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 56 59 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dielectric Properties of Gelatin-Water System in a Megahertz Region (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Yoshimasa Takezaki on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/53378 TANAHASHI, Mitsuhiko 1976/10/30 3,5-Disubstituted p-coumaryl alcohols (3-methoxy-5-iodo-, 3,5-diiodo-, 3-methoxy-5-nitro-, 3,5-dinitro-, 3,5-dimethoxy- and 3,5-dimethyl-p-coumaryl alcohols) were synthesized and dehydrogenated to their dimeric compounds with ferric chloride in dioxane (nonpolar solvent) and acetone-water (polar solvent), respectively. Yields of the β-ethers were, for example, 85 % (sinapyl alcohol) and 86 % (3, 5-diiodo-p-coumaryl alcohol) in dioxane, and 11% (the former) and 80 % (the latter) in acetone-water, respectively. These results suggest that the most effective factor in the radical coupling of these alcohols is the electronic effects of the substituent groups, but not the steric hindrance. Syringylglycerol-β-sinapyl ether was obtained in a high yield from sinapyl alcohol when dioxane was used as a solvent. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 53 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 44 61 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Dehydrogenative Polymerization of 3,5-Disubstituted p-Coumaryl Alcohols
2433/46853 Osugi, Jiro 1965/06/20 96 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 88 34 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The effect of pressure on the rate of the benzidine rearrangement
2433/53365 AOKI, Tsutomu 1978/09/30 Stress relaxation measurements for ramie fiber were carried out during hydrolysis with sulfuric acid. The mechanism of stress decay was discussed, and an attempt was made to separate physical and chemical relaxation mechanisms. The results obtained were as follows: (1) The relative stress f(t)/f(1) for ramie fiber during hydrolysis could be represented by the following equation: f(t)/f(1)=A_1 exp (-t/τ_1)+A_2 exp (-t/τ_2) where A_i is a constant and TI is the relaxation time (τ_1<τ_2). It was considered that the first term in the above equation represents the stress decay behavior due to scission of hydrogen bonds in the amorphous region of cellulose, while the second term represents the che mical relaxation due to the scission of glucosidic bonds. (2) The apparent activation energies for the two relaxation processes were 16 kcal/mole (physical relaxation process) and 12 kcal/mole (chemical relaxation process). The activation energy of chemical relaxation was close to that obtained from diffusion controlled reaction. (3) It may be concluded that the value of AI in the above equation represents the fraction of bonds such as hydrogen bonds which contribute to the physical relaxation process. (4) The relaxation time T2 of chemical relaxation was nearly equal to the inverse of the rate constant, 1/k, obtained from measurements of the degree of polymerization. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 32 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 24 64 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Stress Relaxation of Ramie Fiber during Acid Hydrolysis
2433/83783 Boutet de Monvel, L. 1994/01/01 9 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 856 京都大学数理解析研究所 Toeplitz Operators and Models for Pseudo-differential Algebras(Complex Analysis and Differential Equations)
2433/47326 Souganidis, Panagiotis E. 2005/04/01 40 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 36 1428 京都大学数理解析研究所 RECENT ADVANCES IN THE THEORY OF HOMOGENIZATION FOR FULLY NONLINEAR FIRST- AND SECOND-ORDER PDE IN STATIONARY ERGODIC MEDIA (Viscosity Solution Theory of Differential Equations and its Developments)
2433/53294 REZENDE, Maria Teresa R. 1987/12/28 Stress analysis by finite element method of tensile shear test specimens of steel-balsa-steel sandwich panel for creep test was made statically. The stress distribution of five different shapes of sandwich panel specimens, two of them in accordance with ASTM-C-273, were analysed through the calculation of normal stress (σ_Y), maximum principal stress (σ_1), shear stress (τ_XY) and principal shear stress (τ_max). The presence of stress singularities at the reentrant corners made by specimen and loading plates suggests fracture occurance in balsa core near the corner. Stress intensity factors (KA) in balsa core near the corner were calculated under assumption of similarity with that in homogeneous body. The results obtained were as follows: 1) σ_Y, σ_1 and τ_max of balsa core concentrated near the reentrant corners, and τ_XY distribution was uniform throughout the balsa core, 2) Comparing K_A of various specimens it was suggested that the estimated fracture load on specimens shaped within the range specified by ASTM standard (length l/thickness t≧12) did not vary. Fracture load of specimens with l/t=8.2, 6.3 and 4.2 were lower than those of the standard specimens. Therefore, the standard shape will be utilized in the further investigation: tensile shear creep test of sandwich panel as floor deck (II). この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 22 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 12 74 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Tensile Shear Creep Test of Steel-Balsa-Steel Sandwich Panel as Floor Deck (I) : Stress Distribution and Deformation of Specimen
2433/58387 Liu, Xianning 2006/07/01 152 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 147 1499 京都大学数理解析研究所 Impulses Permanence of the periodic logistic system with periodic impulsive perturbations(Theory of Bio-Mathematics and Its Applications)
2433/58164 Maitani, Fumio 2006/05/01 111 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 101 1487 京都大学数理解析研究所 Variation of Bergman metrics in different views(Analytic Geometry of the Bergman Kernel and Related Topics)
2433/46988 Date, Kaoru 1974/01/31 70 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 63 43 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on the p-v-t relations of fluids at high pressure III : the compressibilities of argon-ammonia and nitrogen-ammonia gaseous mixture systems
2433/47575 Kuroda, Satoru 2005/07/01 75 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 68 1442 京都大学数理解析研究所 Logical Characterizations of LOGSPACE (Proof Theory and Computation Theory)
2433/62771 Elgamal, Mahmoud 1999/02/01 31 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 20 1083 京都大学数理解析研究所 Numerical Solution of Two Dimensional Sine-Gordon Equations Based on FEM (Methods and Applications for Functional Equations)
2433/77160 Kihara, Sorin 1986/12/06 217 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 207 64 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Palladium Hydride pH Electrode Equipped with Electrolysis System for Continuous Hydrogen-Charging (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Toshio TAKADA On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/77172 Mori, Sadayuki 1987/03/03 319 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 312 64 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Acid Catalyzed Carbonylation of Chloromethyl Methyl Ether
2433/77114 Iwauchi, Kozo 1985/11/25 248 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 241 63 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dielectric and Magnetic Relaxations in BaO･2TiO₂･2Fe₂O₃ and BaO･2SnO₂･2Fe₂O₃ (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Naokazu Koizumi on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/58235 Nishio, Hidenosuke 2006/05/01 21 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 15 1489 京都大学数理解析研究所 近傍系はセルオートマトンの大域行動にどう影響するか?(計算理論とアルゴリズムの新展開) How does the neighborhood affect the global behavior of cellular automata?(New Trends in Theory of Computation and Algorithm)
2433/46878 Kitamura, Kiyoshi 1966/10/30 53 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 44 36 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Inactivation of enzymes under high pressure : II. Inactivation of bacterial al-proteinase and β-amylase of barley under high pressure
2433/77275 Matsumoto, Mutsuo 1989/03/15 561 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 554 66 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dark Field Electron Microscope and Electron Diffraction Studies on Langmuir-Blodgett Films of a TCNQ Derivative (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Natsu Uyeda, on the Occasion of His Retirment)
2433/50062 Nakano, M 2007/06/08 0031-9007 23 PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v98/p238101 98 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Determination of interbilayer and transbilayer lipid transfers by time-resolved small-angle neutron scattering
2433/47468 Wakasa, Toru 2005/06/01 154 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 145 1436 京都大学数理解析研究所 Generation of an interface of competition-diffusion systems with large interaction (Evolution Equations and Asymptotic Analysis of Solutions)
2433/77566 Yamaura, Kazunari 1994/10/31 208 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 202 72 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Synthesis of a New 92 K Superconductor (Ca, Sr)₃Cu₂C₀.₇₅O[y] with a 4a-type Superstructure (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Sumio Sakka On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/46211 川北, 公夫 1940/02/29 10 1 物理化學の進歩 1 14 日本物理化學研究會 還元鐵に依る二酸化炭素の化學的收着（第四報）化學的收着の動力學 On the chemisorption of carbon dioxide by reduced iron [IV] : kinetics of the chemisorption
2433/50394 Uchino, T 2001/06/11 5525 0031-9007 24 PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 5522 http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v86/p5522 86 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC E ' centers in amorphous SiO2 revisited: A new look at an old problem
2433/77484 Hosoito, Nobuyoshi 1993/02/26 450 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 443 70 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University A Simple Method to Examine Individual Magnetizations in Fe/Rare Earth Multilayer Films by Polarized Neutron Diffraction
2433/77314 Maeda, T. 1989/12/15 206 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 197 67 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Topotactic Formation of Highly Conductive Organic Crystals : TTF-TCNQ
2433/76168 1967/02/25 516 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 512 44 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Takaki Laboratory (Special Issue on the Commemoration of the Fortieth Anniversary)
2433/77255 Iida, Shozo 1989/02/28 491 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 486 66 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Calcium-Binding Measurement of Troponin by a Calcium Ion Sensitive Electrode (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Tatsuo Ooi, On the Occasion of His Retirment)
2433/76612 Ashida, Michio 1975/09/25 126 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 117 53 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Orientation Overgrowth of Polycyclic Aromatic Quinones (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Eiji Suito on the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/77410 Isoda, Seiji 1991/12/30 341 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 331 69 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Dependence of DC-Resistivity on Morphology in Polypyrroles (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Tetsuya HANAI On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/171861 Zhang, Yongqian 2012/03/01 84 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 74 1782 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the steady supersonic flow past a curved cone (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/169996 Langthjem, Mikael A. 2010/08/01 24 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 17 1701 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the fluid balancer (Mathematical Physics and Application of Nonlinear Wave Phenomena)
2433/170559 Kawashima, Shuichi 2011/02/01 116 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 107 1730 京都大学数理解析研究所 Decay property for some hyperbolic-type equations with dissipation (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/170566 Tsuge, Naoki 2011/02/01 27 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 18 1730 京都大学数理解析研究所 Uniqueness of Stationary Solutions to a One-dimensional Bipolar Hydrodynamic Model of Semiconductors (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/199589 Ma, Tiezheng 2014/05/01 Bulk methyl linoleate was oxidized at 65°C and essentially 0% relative humidity to quantitatively evaluate the effect of the depth of the layer (i.e., the amount) of methyl linoleate on its oxidation kinetics. Oxidation was retarded when the thickness was greater than 1 mm or the volume was greater than 10 µL, and barely occurred at thicknesses greater than 5 mm. Oxidation behavior was also evaluated under a limited range of oxygen partial pressures (0.2 – 10 kPa). The saturation constant of oxygen for oxidation was estimated to be 1.23 kPa, which is significantly lower than the partial pressure of oxygen in air at atmospheric pressure. 187 1344-6606 2 Food Science and Technology Research 183 20 Japanese Society for Food Science and Technology depth Kinetics of Oxidation of Different Depths of Methyl Linoleate in Bulk Phase
2433/199624 Takemura, Keiji 1986/01/01 Reports by Grant-in-Aid for Overseas Scientific Survey 38 5 Kyoto University overseas research reports of new world monkeys 31 https://kaken.nii.ac.jp/d/p/60043041.ja.html Kyoto University Primate Research Institute Fission-Track Dating of the Upper Part of Miocene Honda Group in La Venta Badlands, Colombia
2433/203122 杉本, 敏樹 2015/06/01 Molecular hydrogen is classified into ortho (total nuclear spin I=1, rotational quantum number J=odd) and para (I=0, J=even) species. Although interconversion between the nuclear spin modifications is forbidden for isolated states, it is significantly promoted by inhomogeneous magnetic fields, such as those present on the surfaces of magnetic materials. Nuclear-spin conversion on diamagnetic and insulating solid substances, on the other hand, is generally considered improbable to date. Here we present our first observation of nuclear-spin flips of H2 occurring on diamagnetic amorphous-solid-water surfaces with time constants of ~410 s. To explain this unexpected conversion processes, we propose a novel model of electric-field-induced nuclear-spin flips. The conversion time estimated by this theory is in good agreement with the present experimental result. 17 1348-317X 低温物質科学研究センター誌 : LTMセンター誌 10 26 低温物質科学研究センター Ortho-Para Conversion of Molecular Hydrogen Physisorbed on Highly-pure Amorphous Solid water surfaces <研究ノート>高純度アモルファス氷表面における水素分子のオルト - パラ転換
2433/209060 SYMEONIDIS, Eleutherius 2013/09/01 181 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 171 B43 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 31A05 Harmonic families of planar curves (Potential Theory and its Related Fields)
2433/88220 Ohtsuki, Akimichi 2009/12/30 We have designed and synthesized new types of pyrrole (P)-imidazole (I) polyamide conjugates 1 and 2 possessing a suberoylanilide hydroxamic acid (SAHA) moiety that is a strong inhibitor of histone deacetylase (HDAC). SAHA conjugate 2 was designed to target the promoter region of the p16 tumor suppressor gene. The DNA binding affinity of SAHA conjugate 2 to its target sequence was examined using surface plasmon resonance. HDAC inhibition activity of conjugates 1 and 2 was evaluated using a colorimetric assay. The results demonstrated that even though it possesses the relatively large SAHA moiety, conjugate 2 has high DNA sequence-specific binding properties and moderate HDAC inhibitory activity in vitro. SAHA conjugate 2 was found to cause morphological changes in HeLa cells and to induce selective Histone H3 lysine 9 acetylation. 7292 00404039 52 Tetrahedron Letters 7288 50 Elsevier Synthesis and properties of PI polyamide-SAHA conjugate
2433/201941 Endo, Masayuki 2015/07/17 We demonstrate the single-molecule imaging of the catalytic reaction of a Zn(2+) -dependent DNAzyme in a DNA origami nanostructure. The single-molecule catalytic activity of the DNAzyme was examined in the designed nanostructure, a DNA frame. The DNAzyme and a substrate strand attached to two supported dsDNA molecules were assembled in the DNA frame in two different configurations. The reaction was monitored by observing the configurational changes of the incorporated DNA strands in the DNA frame. This configurational changes were clearly observed in accordance with the progress of the reaction. The separation processes of the dsDNA molecules, as induced by the cleavage by the DNAzyme, were directly visualized by high-speed atomic force microscopy (AFM). This nanostructure-based AFM imaging technique is suitable for the monitoring of various chemical and biochemical catalytic reactions at the single-molecule level. 10554 1433-7851 36 Angewandte Chemie: International Edition 10550 54 wiley DNA origami Single-Molecule Visualization of the Activity of a Zn(2+) -Dependent DNAzyme.
2433/156801 Wickham, Shelley F J 2011/03/01 Controlled motion at the nanoscale can be achieved by using Watson-Crick base-pairing to direct the assembly and operation of a molecular transport system consisting of a track, a motor and fuel, all made from DNA. Here, we assemble a 100-nm-long DNA track on a two-dimensional scaffold, and show that a DNA motor loaded at one end of the track moves autonomously and at a constant average speed along the full length of the track, a journey comprising 16 consecutive steps for the motor. Real-time atomic force microscopy allows direct observation of individual steps of a single motor, revealing mechanistic details of its operation. This precisely controlled, long-range transport could lead to the development of systems that could be programmed and routed by instructions encoded in the nucleotide sequences of the track and motor. Such systems might be used to create molecular assembly lines modelled on the ribosome. 169 1748-3395 3 Nature nanotechnology 166 6 Nature Publishing Group Molecular machines and motors Direct observation of stepwise movement of a synthetic molecular transporter.
2433/156041 Matsuo, Miyuki 2010/04/01 This paper deals with the kinetics of the color properties of hinoki (Chamaecyparis obtusa Endl.) wood. Specimens cut from the wood were heated at 90-180°C as accelerated aging treatment. The specimens completely dried and heated in the presence of oxygen allowed us to evaluate the effects of thermal oxidation on wood color change. Color properties measured by a spectrophotometer showed similar behavior irrespective of the treatment temperature with each time scale. Kinetic analysis using the time-temperature superposition principle, which uses the whole data set, was successfully applied to the color changes. The calculated values of the apparent activation energy in terms of L*, a*, b*, and ΔE*ab were 117, 95, 114, and 113 kJ/mol, respectively, which are similar to the values of the literature obtained for other properties such as the physical and mechanical properties of wood. 52 0947-8396 1 Applied Physics A 47 99 Springer-Verlag Color changes in wood during heating: kinetic analysis by applying a time-temperature superposition method
2433/43541 Maruyama, T 2006/01/01 1099 0734-2101 4 JOURNAL OF VACUUM SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY A 1096 24 A V S AMER INST PHYSICS Gallium nitride thin films deposited by radio-frequency magnetron sputtering
2433/50209 Takahashi, Kazuo 2003/04/07 Fluorocarbon films obtained in plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition with a C[4]F[8] compound were composed of a carbon cross-linked network and unlinked species encapsulated in the network [J. Appl. Phys. 89, 893 (2001)]. The unlinked species were effectively removed from the films. Then, the network probably containing the pore of the species was extracted on wafers when the films were dipped into tetrahydrofran (THF) solvent. The fact implied that fluorocarbon porous films with a low-dielectric constant might be formed by using dry and wet processes. In the present study, x-ray analyses showed that the THF-treated films actually became porous in the dipping process. The dielectric constant of the THF-treated films was consistently low (<1.9) and reduced by 10% from that of as-deposited films. The fluorocarbon network as a porous medium may be applied to interlayer dielectrics for ultralarge-scale integrated circuits. 2478 0003-6951 15 Applied Physics Letters 2476 82 AIP Publishing Characterization of porosity and dielectric constant of fluorocarbon porous films synthesized by using plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition and solvent process
2433/50169 Nishizuka, K 2005/12/05 0003-6951 23 APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS http://link.aip.org/link/?apl/87/231901 87 AMER INST PHYSICS Efficient rainbow color luminescence from InxGa1-xN single quantum wells fabricated on {11(2)over-bar2} microfacets
2433/50165 Asano, T 2006/04/10 0003-6951 15 APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS http://link.aip.org/link/?apl/88/151102 88 AMER INST PHYSICS Time-domain response of point-defect cavities in two-dimensional photonic crystal slabs using picosecond light pulse
2433/39924 Tohei, T 2005/01/28 0031-9007 3 PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v94/p035502 94 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC General rule for displacive phase transitions in perovskite compounds revisited by first principles calculations
2433/128865 Sumigawa, Takashi 2010/07/15 In order to investigate the mechanical factors dominating interfacial crack initiation in nano-meter-scale components, we prepared two types of specimens, which possessed different stress conditions due to the shapes, containing an interface between a 20-nm-thick copper (Cu) thin film and a silicon (Si) substrate. In one type, the stress concentration was at the interface edge, while in the other type, it was in the interior. In the former, a crack was initiated at the Cu/Si interface edge under a stress concentration of about 1 GPa extending over 20–30 nm. In the latter, using a cantilever specimen with a step, a crack was initiated in the interior at the Cu/Si interface at a stress concentration of about 1 GPa extending over 60 nm, which coincides fairly well with that at the interface edge. These results demonstrate the applicability of a unified criterion for interface crack initiation, though the interior is slightly more resistant to cracking. 4803 0921-5093 18-19 Materials Science and Engineering: A 4796 527 Elsevier B.V. Nano-scale Interface crack initiation due to nano-scale stress concentration
2433/128864 Sumigawa, Takashi 2010/08/31 We investigate the elasto-plastic deformation properties of a 20-nm-thick copper (Cu) thin film. A nano-scale cantilever specimen is fabricated from multilayer thin films, where the Cu thin film is sandwiched between a silicon nitride layer and a silicon substrate. During bending, the load, P, and displacement, d, are carefully monitored using an electron microscope, and a distinct non-linearity is observed. The plastic constitutive equation of the Cu thin film, which is assumed to obey a power hardening law (σ = Rεn (σ > σy)), is inversely derived by finite element method fitting the experimental results. The residual stress in each layer is experimentally examined, and the effect is included in the inverse analysis. We obtain σ = 3316ε0.29 [MPa] and a yield stress of 765 MPa for the Cu film. The yield stress is about 10 times higher than that of the bulk, and the exponent is also larger. Moreover, inverse analysis based on the bending experiment data, without considering the residual stress, gives a good approximation of the plastic law. This is because the plastic deformation preferentially takes place at the top and bottom surfaces, where the residual stress is relieved during fabrication of the specimen. 6047 0040-6090 21 Thin Solid Films 6040 518 Elsevier B.V. Thin films Evaluation on plastic deformation property of copper nano-film by nano-scale cantilever specimen
2433/157342 Yasukawa, Toshiya 2011/03/01 The use of a gas–liquid slug flow in a microreactor has several advantages such as a large surface area for contacting gas and liquid phases and circulation flow inside slugs. These advantages accelerate the mass transfer between the two phases, resulting in a high concentration of dissolved gas. The enhanced mass transfer is useful in carrying out liquid phase oxidation that uses oxygen gas as the oxidizing agent. The gas–liquid slug flow in a microreactor system is applied to the oxidation of ethyl lactate using an oxy-vanadium species for producing ethyl pyruvate. The reactor system includes two T-shaped micromixers: one for mixing the substrate with a catalyst solution and the other for generating slug flow by the addition of oxygen. The oxidation reaction proceeds right after the slug flow is generated in the second mixer, because the substrate and the catalyst mix rapidly in the first micromixer. Moreover, a high concentration of dissolved oxygen due to improved mass transfer in slug flow increases the oxidation reaction rate. Therefore, compared to a batch reaction, the synthesis using slug flow provides high yields of ethyl pyruvate per unit time and achieves satisfactory productivity at the reaction temperature of 323 K, which is lower than that employed in conventional syntheses. The proposed system enables the production of ethyl pyruvate using a simple reactor setup with reduced energy consumption. 530 1385-8947 2-3 Chemical Engineering Journal 527 167 Elsevier B.V. Slug flow Enhanced production of ethyl pyruvate using gas–liquid slug flow in microchannel
2433/163459 Wu, Nan 2011/11/01 Periodic nanostructures were observed on the Ti thin film surface after irradiation with a focused beam of femtosecond Ti:sapphire laser. It has been found which, on the ablated Ti thin film surface, the linearly polarized femtosecond laser pulses produced arrays of ripple-like periodic nanostructures that were oriented to the direction parallel to the laser polarization, and a net-like nanostructure was fabricated on the surface of Ti thin film by the technique of two linearly polarized femtosecond laser beams with orthogonal polarizations ablating material alternately. The period of self-organized ripple-like nanostructures can be controlled by the pulses energy and the number of irradiated pulses. The result suggests that the formation of periodicity can be attributed to the excitation of surface Plasmon polarizations which induce initial period distribution of the electron plasma concentration orientation parallel to the light polarization on the surface layer. The estimated field period was in general accord with the observed size of nanostructures. 901 1882-0743 1395 JOURNAL OF THE CERAMIC SOCIETY OF JAPAN 898 https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/jcersj2/119/1395/119_1395_898/_article/-char/ja/ 119 The Ceramic Society of Japan(日本セラミックス協会) Femtosecond laser Nano-periodic structure formation on titanium thin film with a Femtosecond laser
2433/179479 Ito, Takeo 2013/11/01 A dinuclear copper complex possessing an azobenzene backbone (Cu^[II]_[2]1) was synthesized and its affinity towards DNA was investigated and found to be dependent on the trans–cis isomeric forms. Upon exposure to UV light at 365 nm the trans form of the complex (Cu^[II]_[2]trans-1) underwent photoisomerization into the cis-isomer (Cu^[II]_[2]cis-1), which reverted to the original trans-form on exposure to visible light at 420 nm. Both thetrans and cis isomers exhibited moderate DNA cleavage activity toward plasmid duplex DNA in the presence of a reducing agent 3-mercaptopropionic acid (MPA) suggesting that the Cu^[I] species could activate molecular oxygen to form a reactive oxygen species in situ. Interestingly, the isomeric copper complexes showed different site-specificities in the oxidation of an oligodeoxynucleotide having single-strand–double-helix junctions in the sequence. The trans isomer Cu^[I]_[2]trans-1 induced oxidation at the consecutive deoxyguanosine site (GG) near the junction; on the other hand, such site-specificity was not observed in the case of Cu^[I]_[2]cis-1. 234 0020-1693 Inorganica Chimica Acta 230 408 Elsevier B.V. Multinuclear copper complex Site-specific DNA oxidation by a dinuclear copper complex containing a photoisomerizable azobenzene ligand
2433/84643 Tanaka, Fumihiko 2008/07/11 If two good solvents become poor for a polymer when mixed, the solvent pair is called a cononsolvent pair. The sharp reentrant coil-to-globule-to-coil transition of a poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) chain observed in the mixed solvent of water and methanol is shown to be caused by the competitive hydrogen bonding by water and methanol molecules onto the polymer chain. On the basis of a new statistical-mechanical model for competitive hydrogen bonds, the mean square end-to-end distance is theoretically calculated and compared with experiment. The chain sharply collapses at the molar fraction xm0.2 of methanol, stays collapsed up to xm0.4, and finally recovers the swollen state at xm0.6. Such a reentrant coil-globule transition takes place because the total number of hydrogen bonds along the chain exhibits a similar square-well-type depression as a result of the competition. 0031-9007 2 PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevLett.101.028302 101 American Physical Society Temperature-responsive polymers in mixed solvents: Competitive hydrogen bonds cause cononsolvency
2433/167743 Nishizawa, Shohei 2013/01/01 The nature of π-conjugated wire is characterized by the decay constant β of electron tunneling. To evaluate the decay constant, intramolecular magnetic exchange interaction was calculated by density functional theory for organic biradicals: nitronyl nitroxide and verdazyl were chosen for the radical substituent and oligophenylene and oligo(phenylene ethynylene) were chosen for the wire. For phenylene and phenylene ethynylene units, β was calculated to be 0.42 Å−1 and 0.24 Å−1, respectively, and the β value was independent of radical species. The obtained β values are in good agreement with the experimental value of the molecular tunneling conductance. 190 0009-2614 Chemical Physics Letters 187 555 Elsevier B.V. Theoretical investigation of the β value of the phenylene and phenylene ethynylene units by evaluating exchange interaction between organic radicals
2433/130710 Ichitsubo, T. 2010/05/01 We have investigated acoustic-phonon behavior of Pd-, Pt-, and Zr-based metallic glasses with the combination of inelastic x-ray scattering and ultrasonic (US) measurements. In the dispersion of the longitudinal acoustic modes at small wave number Q, the phase velocity of phonon tends to exceed the US velocity with a wavelength of macroscopic scale for Pd- and Pt-based glasses, whereas the former goes close to the latter for Zr-based glasses. Furthermore, in all the cases, the mean free path L of phonon apparently increases steeply at a certain Q value. These phenomena on the acoustic phonon behavior can be qualitatively explained by the elastic-wave-scattering theory with a simple two-phase model. 1098-0121 17 Physical Review B 81 The American Physical Society Elastic inhomogeneity and acoustic phonons in Pd-, Pt-, and Zr-based metallic glasses
2433/143574 Iwahashi, Seita 2011/01/01 We have successfully generated vector beams with higher-order polarization states using photonic-crystal lasers. We have analyzed and designed lattice structures that provide cavity modes with different symmetries. Fabricated devices based on these lattice structures produced doughnut-shaped vector beams, with symmetries corresponding to the cavity modes. Our study enables the systematic analysis of vector beams, which we expect will lead to applications such as high-resolution microscopy, laser processing, and optical trapping. 11968 1094-4087 13 Optics Express 11963 19 Optical Society of America Higher-order vector beams produced by photonic-crystal lasers
2433/188891 Horinaka, Jun-Ichi 2014/06/06 The molecular weight between entanglements (Me) for κ- and ι-carrageenans, sulfated galactans, was examined in concentrated solutions using an ionic liquid 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium acetate as a solvent. The dynamic viscoelasticity data for the solutions measured at different temperatures were overlapped according to the time-temperature superposition principle, and the obtained master curves exhibited the flow and rubbery plateau zones, being typical of concentrated polymer solutions having entanglement coupling. The values of Me for κ- and ι-carrageenans in the solutions were determined from the plateau moduli. Then the values of Me in the molten state (Me, melt) estimated as a material constant to be 6.6×10(3) and 7.2×10(3), respectively. The close values of Me, melt for κ- and ι-carrageenans indicate that 4-sulfate group of ι-carrageenan are not so influential for the entanglement network. Compared with agarose, a non-sulfate galactan, carrageenans have larger values of average spacing between entanglements. 419 0141-8130 International journal of biological macromolecules 416 69C Elsevier B.V. Molecular weight between entanglements Molecular weight between entanglements for κ- and ι-carrageenans in an ionic liquid.
2433/201961 Nakatsuka, Shigeru 2015/03/30 523 1862-6351 6 physica status solidi (c) 520 12 wiley chalcopyrite Bulk crystal growth and characterization of ZnSnP 2 compound semiconductor by flux method
2433/187855 Hamada, Shohei 2014/03/01 A method for oxidative kinetic resolution of racemic alcohols catalyzed by chiral nitroxyl radical (R, R)-1 has been developed. This method is especially effective for the kinetic resolution of tert-butyl aryl carbinols (s = up to 23). 1945 0040-4039 11 Tetrahedron Letters 1943 55 Elsevier Ltd. Nitroxyl radical Oxidative kinetic resolution of racemic alkyl aryl carbinols by an electronically tuned chiral nitroxyl radical
2433/217018 Ito, S. 2015/03/20 A simplified domain structure model having six domains is proposed for mesoscopic magnetization under cubic anisotropy. The six-domain model represents 90° and 180° domain-wall motions by the volume-ratio variations of domains. The magnetization process of grain-oriented and non-oriented silicon steel sheets is represented by the assembly of six-domain models. Simulated magnetization curves agree well with measured properties, and the effect of compressive stress is successfully reconstructed. 0021-8979 17 Journal of Applied Physics 117 AIP Publishing Macroscopic magnetization modeling of silicon steel sheets using an assembly of six-domain particles
2433/217020 Ito, S. 2016/05/01 The assembled domain structure model (ADSM) is an energy-based macroscopic magnetization model of a core material. In this paper, we used the ADSM to simulate the magnetization curves and magnetostriction of a grain-oriented (GO) silicon steel sheet under vectorial excitations, and we measured the same sheet using the rotational single-sheet tester with a three-element strain gage rosette. In the simulation, the target value of the average magnetization vector representing unidirectional or rotational magnetic flux is given as a known parameter. We obtained the magnetization state by finding the external magnetic field vector and state vectors, satisfying the criteria that the average magnetization vector equals the target value and that the total magnetic energy is locally minimized. The simulation reconstructed the magnetostriction produced by the 90° domain-wall motion under unidirectional magnetization as well as the vectorial contraction and extension under rotational magnetization. 0018-9464 5 IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 52 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. silicon steel sheet Energy-Based Magnetization and Magnetostriction Modeling of Grain-Oriented Silicon Steel under Vectorial Excitations
2433/64923 Anai, Hirokazu 2001/04/01 126 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 114 1199 京都大学数理解析研究所 Deciding Linear-Trigonometric Problems (Theory and Application in Computer Algebra)
2433/63604 Higa, Arturo Kohatsu 2000/01/01 170 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 153 1127 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the simulation of some functionals of diffusion processes (4th Workshop on Stochastic Numerics)
2433/76509 1974/03/30 415 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 377 51 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Abstracts of the Papers Published by the Staff Members of the Institute from July, 1971 to June, 1972
2433/49123 Murase, Masatoshi 1992/01/01 " This book presents new ideas and theories that account for oscillatory contraction in muscle and the various modes of flagellar and ciliary movements. Despite the great variety of dynamical behaviours, attempts have been made to model some of the specific modes, though not to account for the overall properties. I have tried to develop theoretical models and to interpret nearly all of the dynamical behaviours in terms of these models. This book is intended for students and specialists in biology, physics, chemistry and mathematics, as cellular motility is a subject of interdisciplinary interest. The book consists of an Introduction, Part I and Part II. Nearly all the chapters are self-contained, so that the reader can start with any of them. Although there are a lot of mathematical equations in this book, the reader need not follow each step, but rather should try to understand the overall conepts behind them. For this purpose, I include more than 200 illustrations. Chapter 1 gives basic examples of temporal and spatial orders. The problems of these orders are not just restricted to biology, but apply also to mechanics and chemistry. Part I deals with the mechanical properties of vertebrate skeletal muscle and insect flight muscle. I am concerned with the oscillatory properties of these muscles, as the molecular mechanism for oscillation has been one of the most intriguing subjects for experimentalists and theoreticians. Chapter 2 describes the experimental observations. Oscillatory contractions have been observed, not only in heart muscle, but in skeletal and insect flight muscle as well. Thus a common molecular mechanism for oscillation might exist in various types of muscle. Starting from the organic structure of muscle, experimental results are outlined. Chapter 3 discusses some of the mathematical models for muscle contraction. Instead of giving a detailed explanation of each model, its essential features are summarized. After the quick review of these models, I propose a simplified model that accounts for oscillatory contraction. The analogy between the muscle system and the nerve system is discussed, based on this simplified model behaviour. Part II sketches the self-organization of flagellar and ciliary bending patterns. Like other nonlinear distributed systems, the flagellar system, which is viewed as a one-dimensional array of functional units, gives rise to regular and irregular dynamical behaviours. Chapter 4 starts with the definition of flagella and cilia, and then describes their internal structure. Functional as well as structural hierarchy is discussed. Chapter 5 discusses fluid-dynamical principles of flagellar and ciliary motion. Then, the fundamental equation which governs the behaviour of a thin filament through a viscous medium is derived. With these theoretical backgrounds, important mathematical models are discussed, with emphasis on their significance and their status. Chapter 6 discusses the molecular mechanism underlying bend initiation and propagation. Using computer simulations, the one-demensional array of excitable units not only shows symmetric beating patterns typical of flagella, but also demonstrates asymmetric beating patterns typical of cilia. Although these simulation results are restricted to the zero external viscosity and smallamplitude oscillations, the two different types of behaviours are demonstrated by using a similar mechanism. Chapter 7 develops simplified models for flagellar motility, to examine whether the excitable mechanism that was studied in Chapter 6 generates bend propagation of small amplitudes. In the limit of zero external viscosity, simulation results show self-organization of symmetric bends as occurred in the previous chapter. At non-zero external viscosity, the model shows regular base-to-tip and irregular tip-to-base propagating waves, depending on the structural asymmetry along the axoneme. Chapter 8 develops simplified models for ciliary dynamics at non-zero external viscosity. Besides regular repetitive beating with alternate effective and recovery strokes of small amplitudes, these models exhibit a resting phase called quiescence, and mechano-sensitivity. Chapter 9 extends the simplified models proposed in Chapter 7, in order to demonstrate large-amplitude oscillations and bend propagation. Recent experimental observations are briefly summarized, and are used to develop new models. Chapter 10 discusses the various types of dynamical behaviours at the molecular level. Using a simple model of dynein-tubulin interaction, I predict many interesting phenomena. Like other nonlinear phenomena in biology, such as pattern formation in developmental biology, recognition in neurobiology and immunology, and enzyme reaction in biochemistry, cellular motility has exhibited attractive and interesting phenomena. However, the subject of cellular motility has not drawn interdisciplinary attention, probably because the mathematical models that have been developed are too complicated to deal with, and also because the details of molecular structure and function have not been completely unders tood. It is impossible to refer to all of the experimental and theoretical studies. Instead, I prefer to emphasize interesting results from a point of view ofnonlinear science, and to develop simple models in order to make qualitative interpretations and predictions rather than quantitative data fittings. Of course, there are many ways to develop theoretical models. My standpoint is 'simple is best'. I hope that this book stimulates greater interest in cellular motility." 357 047193576X 1 John Wiley & Sons The Dynamics of cellular motility
2433/58903 Nakashima, Kimie 2007/01/01 59 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 36 1528 京都大学数理解析研究所 RADIAL AND NONRADIAL STEADY-STATES WITH CLUSTERING LAYERS IN ALLEN CAHN EQUATION(Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/41950 Efendiev, Messoud A. 2002/04/01 71 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 49 1258 京都大学数理解析研究所 EXISTENCE AND LONGTIME BEHAVIOR OF SOLUTIONS OF A NONLINEAR REACTION-DIFFUSION SYSTEM ARISING IN THE MODELING OF BIOFILMS (Nonlinear Diffusive Systems and Related Topics)
2433/85082 中嶋, 洋 2003/03/01 2000-2002年度科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(C))研究成果報告書 課題番号：12660231 研究代表者：中嶋洋 (京都大学大学院農学研究科 助教授) http://kaken.nii.ac.jp/ja/p/12660231 京都大学 接触問題 3次元有限要素-離散要素結合法による農用タイヤのけん引性能の並列数値解析 Fundamental study on a parallel nu merical analysis for performance prediction of agricultural tire by 3D FE-DE method
2433/26062 Oshime, Yorimasa 2004/11/01 39 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 21 1402 京都大学数理解析研究所 The existence and the decay estimate of the Green functions of higher order elliptic operators with non-decaying complex-valued coefficients (Global theory of differential equations and distribution of eigen-values)
2433/26101 Matsuzawa, Hiroshi 2004/11/01 174 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 155 1405 京都大学数理解析研究所 Stable transition layers in a balanced bistable equation with degeneracy (Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/49964 Shoji, H 2007/04/01 1539-3755 4 PHYSICAL REVIEW E http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRE/v75/p046212 75 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Turing patterns in three dimensions
2433/50027 Tokuda, H 2007/06/01 1539-3755 6 PHYSICAL REVIEW E http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRE/v75/p066203 75 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC External forcing and feedback control of nonlinear dissipative waves
2433/76755 1978/03/15 576 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 539 55 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Abstracts of the Papers Published by the Staff Members of the Institute from July, 1976 to June, 1977
2433/83716 NAKAUCHI, Norihiko 1993/10/01 147 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 126 852 京都大学数理解析研究所 Effects of helicity in strongly anisotropic turbulence
2433/61509 Tabata, Minoru 1997/08/01 21 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1009 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Linearized Boltzmann Equation with an External Force(Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Applications)
2433/62101 Sugawa, Toshiyuki 1998/04/01 51 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 39 1042 京都大学数理解析研究所 Uniformly perfect AN EXPLICIT BOUND FOR UNIFORM PERFECTNESS OF THE JULIA SETS OF RATIONAL MAPS (Problems on complex dynamical systems)
2433/85060 西田, 律夫 2006/05/01 平成14-17年度科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(B))研究成果報告書 課題番号：14360064 研究代表者：西田律夫 (京都大学大学院農学研究科教授) http://kaken.nii.ac.jp/ja/p/14360064 京都大学 化学生態学 ゴキブリ類の家屋害虫化要因の化学的解析と行動制御
2433/50540 Kobayashi, T 2006/09/01 1550-7998 5 PHYSICAL REVIEW D http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRD/v74/p053005 74 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Dynamical realization of democratic Yukawa matrices and alignment of A terms
2433/47091 Eldik, Rudi van 1980/01/01 206 0034-6675 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 185 50 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Interpretation of the volume of activation of inorganic reactions in solution (Modern aspects of physical chemistry at high pressure : the 50th commemorative volume)
2433/46273 根岸, 良二 1941/07/31 117 4 物理化學の進歩 99 15 日本物理化學研究會 數種の無極性液體に於ける固態ベンゼンの溶解度 The solubility of solid benzene in several non-polar liquids
2433/25442 Takahashi, Hiroki 2004/04/01 120 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 85 1369 京都大学数理解析研究所 COMPUTABLE STARTING CONDITIONS FOR THE EXISTENCE OF NON-UNIFORMLY HYPERBOLIC SYSTEMS (Developments and Applications of Dynamical Systems Theory)
2433/25144 Roux, C. Le 2004/01/01 34 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 21 1353 京都大学数理解析研究所 Steady flows of incompressible Newtonian fluids with threshold slip boundary conditions (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/75668 Sawai, Ikutaro 1958/09/30 156 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 134 36 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Flow of Molten Glass in the Melting Chamber of a Tank Furnace
2433/60345 Iwamoto, Chuzo 1996/05/01 32 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 26 950 京都大学数理解析研究所 PRAMおよび対数時間一様な論理回路族に基づく計算量の階層(計算モデルと計算の複雑さに関する研究)
2433/76193 1967/07/20 174 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 141 45 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Abstracts of the Papers Published in Other Journals by the Staff Members of the Institute During 1966 (Special Issue on Polymer Chemistry, IV)
2433/75895 Hamaguchi, Tsuneaki 1962/07/20 129 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 97 40 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Theoretical Studies on the Self Stability and Internal Feedbacks Transfer Functions of Boiling Water Reactor
2433/76313 1970/03/28 662 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 628 47 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Abstracts of the Papers Published in Other Journals by the Staff members of the Institute from July, 1968 to June, 1969
2433/76239 Fujita, Eiichi 1968/10/31 183 0023-6071 3-4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 161 46 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Chemistry on diterpenoids of Isodon species
2433/124822 KOBORI, Takuji 1973/02/01 151 0454-7675 2 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 111 22 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Dynamical Characteristics of Soil-Structure Cross-Interaction System, I
2433/123742 KOBORI, Takuji 1964/03/25 64 0454-7675 Bulletins - Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University 1 68 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Aseismic Design Method of Elasto-Plastic Building Structures
2433/124945 SUEMINE, Akira 1987/06/01 58 0454-7675 2 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 39 37 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Observational Study of Landslide Mechanism in the Area of Crystalline Schist (Part 2) --An Application of 2-D F.E.M.--
2433/124974 MAEDA, Naoki 1991/03/01 27 0454-7675 1 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 1 41 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Temporal Change of Stress Tensors and Gutenberg—Richter's b Value during the Aftershock Sequence following the Kameoka Earthquake (1987, M=4.9) in Southwestern Japan
2433/140780 NAGAI, Hideo 2009/05/01 195 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 179 1651 京都大学数理解析研究所 Poisson equations derived from certain H-J-B equations of ergodic type (Viscosity Solutions of Differential Equations and Related Topics)
2433/141256 Morsy, Ehab 2010/04/01 129 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 115 1676 京都大学数理解析研究所 Approximation algorithm Approximating the Generalized Capacitated Tree-routing Problem (Mathematical Programming in the 21st Century : Algorithms and Modeling)
2433/141607 MUNTEAN, ADRIAN 2010/06/01 98 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 85 1693 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35K57 RATE OF CONVERGENCE FOR A GALERKIN SCHEME APPROXIMATING A TWO-SCALE REACTION-DIFFUSION SYSTEM WITH NONLINEAR TRANSMISSION CONDITION (Nonlinear evolution equations and mathematical modeling)
2433/187048 Hamada, Yuta 2014/02/01 We consider a possibility that the Higgs field in the Standard Model (SM) serves as an inflaton when its value is around the Planck scale. We assume that the SM is valid up to an ultraviolet cutoff scale Λ, which is slightly below the Planck scale, and that the Higgs potential becomes almost flat above Λ. Contrary to the ordinary Higgs inflation scenario, we do not assume the huge non-minimal coupling, of O(10[4]), of the Higgs field to the Ricci scalar. We find that Λ must be less than 5×10[17]GeV in order to explain the observed fluctuation of the cosmic microwave background, no matter how we extrapolate the Higgs potential above Λ. The scale 10[17]GeV coincides with the perturbative string scale, which suggests that the SM is directly connected with string theory. For this to be true, the top quark mass is restricted to around 171 GeV, with which Λ can exceed 10[17]GeV. As a concrete example of the potential above Λ, we propose a simple log-type potential. The predictions of this specific model for the e-foldings N[∗]=50–60 are consistent with the current observation, namely, the scalar spectral index is ns=0.977--0.983 and the tensor to scalar ratio 0Chaotic Mixing by a Flow in a Curved Pipe
2433/177026 CHEN, THOMAS 2010/12/01 107 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 63 B21 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 81T08 Charge Transport in Random Media and Boltzmann Limits for Single Particle and Manybody Models (Applications of Renormalization Group Methods in Mathematical Sciences)
2433/176828 SAITO, Norikazu 2009/12/01 146 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 125 B15 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 65M60 Conservative numerical schemes for the Keller-Segel system and numerical results (Mathematical analysis on the self-organization and self-similarity)
2433/176850 SHIGA, Hiroshige 2010/06/01 133 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 127 B17 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 30C22 Modulus of continuity, a Hardy-Littlewood theorem and its application (Infinite dimensional Teichmuller spaces and moduli spaces)
2433/169121 Yamazaki, Shinichi 2009/04/20 In order to clarify the effects of entanglement species on nucleation of polymers, we studied the nucleation rate I of cyclic and linear polyethylenes (C-PE and L-PE) from the melt as a function of degree of supercooling ΔT by means of polarizing optical microscope. We prepared several C-PEs with different weight average molecular weights M_w=4600-114800. I of all the sample were obeyed the equation, I=I_0exp(-C/ΔT^2). I_0s of C-PE with M_w=114800 and L-PE with M_w=35400 were almost the same. This indicates that C-PE is easier to nucleate than L-PE due to lack of knot entanglements. On the other hand, Cs for C-PE significantly increased with increasing M_w. This tendency is quite different with L-PE previously reported. The increase of C indicates that folding regularity of end surface of nucleus increases. Since topological constraint of C-PE arose from the lack of chain ends is relatively decreased with increasing M_w, it was implied that the nucleation behavior of C-PE approaches that of L-PE. この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 50 0727-2997 1 物性研究 47 92 物性研究刊行会 Topological Mechanism of Nucleation of Cyclic Polyethylene(Knots and soft-matter physics: Topology of polymers and related topics in physics, mathematics and biology)
2433/174111 Suzuki, Takao 2007/03/01 245 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 239 B2 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Lax pair for the sixth Painleve equation arising from Drinfeld-Sokolov hierarchy(Algebraic, Analytic and Geometric Aspects of Complex Differential Equations and their Deformations. Painleve Hierarchies)
2433/174054 ARADA, NADIR 2007/03/01 70 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 43 B1 京都大学数理解析研究所 curved pipe Numerical approximation of viscoelastic Oldroyd-B flows in curved pipes(Kyoto Conference on the Navier-Stokes Equations and their Applications)
2433/172749 Wu, Fentao 2012/03/01 127 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 122 1786 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 34C10 Existence of eventually positive solutions for a class of fourth order quasilinear differential equations (Progress in Qualitative Theory of Functional Equations)
2433/178450 WATANABE, Hikaru 1963/12/01 302 0454-7837 Special Contributions of the Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University 297 3 Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University THE OCCURRENCE OF ELASTIC SHOCKS DURING DESTRUCTION OF ROCKS AND ITS RELATION TO THE SEQUENE OF EARTHQUAKES
2433/178451 WADA, Tatsuhiko 1963/12/01 296 0454-7837 Special Contributions of the Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University 293 3 Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University NOTE ON VOLCANIC EXPLOSION EARTHQUAKES OF THE VOLCANO SAKURAJIMA
2433/170251 Maruyama, Toru 2010/09/01 51 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 44 1713 京都大学数理解析研究所 Hopf Bifurcation Theorem in Sobolev Spaces (Nonlinear Dynamics in Macro-economics)
2433/171363 Iguchi, Tatsuo 2011/09/01 18 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1761 京都大学数理解析研究所 On a mathematical analysis of tsunami generation in shallow water due to seabed deformation (Diversity and Universality of Nonlinear Wave Phenomena)
2433/47300 三谷, 健一 2005/04/01 10 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1427 京都大学数理解析研究所 バナッハ空間の凸性と$\psi$-直和について (作用素論における作用素不等式の役割)
2433/47385 Yoshida, Naoki 2005/05/01 68 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 63 1432 京都大学数理解析研究所 指数人口構造をもつSIRS伝染病モデルの解析 (生物数学の理論とその応用) Analysis of an SIRS Epidemic Model with Exponential Demographic Structure (Theory of Bio-Mathematics and It's Applications)
2433/46862 Kitamura, Kiyoshi 1965/12/20 49 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 44 35 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Inactivation of enzymes under high pressure : 1. Inactivation of salivary α-amylase under high pressure
2433/46850 Osugi, Jiro 1965/06/20 64 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 59 34 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Crystallization of polyethylene under high pressure
2433/46870 Osugi, Jiro 1966/04/30 108 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 103 35 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on the kinetics of the thermal polymerization of butadiene under high pressure
2433/46863 1966/04/30 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 35 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Cover
2433/77037 Isoda, Seiji 1983/09/20 228 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 222 61 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Crystal Structure of Poly (2-chloro-p-xylylene) (Special Issue on Polymer Chemistry, XVIII)
2433/58167 LEE, HANJIN 2006/05/01 84 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 79 1487 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Logarithmic Singularities of the Bergman Kernels for model domains(Analytic Geometry of the Bergman Kernel and Related Topics)
2433/52584 Kitajima, Kazutomo 1975/01/01 32 0300-1067 音声科学研究 = Studia phonologica 25 9 INSTITUTION FOR PHONETIC SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF KYOTO Pitch Perturbation in Normal and Pathologic Voice.
2433/49158 2005/01/01 Foreword [1 People] Regular Staff and Guest Professors / Research Fellows and Graduate Students [2 Research Activities] Research Summary / Research Highlights / Publication Lists / Seminar List / Visitors [3 Workshops and Conferences] International Workshops and Conferences / YITP Workshops, Mini-Workshopa and Public Lectures / Regional Schools YITP annual report, Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University http://www.yukawa.kyoto-u.ac.jp/annrep/AnnualReport2005/index.html 2005 Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University 京都大学基礎物理学研究所年報 2005 YITP annual report, Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University 2005
2433/77150 Miyamoto, Kei 1986/12/06 291 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 287 64 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Preparation of Al₂O₃ Ceramics by Low Pressure Injection Molding (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Toshio TAKADA On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/77224 Kihara, Sorin 1988/08/18 55 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 49 66 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Electrodeposition of Polonium and Interaction between the Deposited Polonium and Based-Electrode Materials
2433/58316 Miura, Hideyuki 2006/05/01 50 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 32 1495 京都大学数理解析研究所 Local theory in critical spaces for the dissipative quasi-geostrophic equation(Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics : A conference in honor of Professor Tai-Ping Liu on his 60th Birthday)
2433/91166 ABE, Yutaka 1984/01/20 We have measured the backscattering yields of 1.00MeV He^+ ions for quasi one dimensional conductor K_<0.3>MoO_3 in the region from room temperature to 10OK. The temperature dependence of the backscattering yields exibits the softening of a certain phonon mode. The enhancement of the backscattering yields was observed when the applied electric field for the specimens was exceeded the threshold value for the onset of nonlinear conduction in this material. The possible origin of the enhancement is discussed. この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 230 0527-2997 4 物性研究 223 41 物性研究刊行会 OBSERVATION OF LATTICE INSTABILITY IN K_<0.3>MoO_3 BY ION-CHANNELING TECHNIQUES(EXPERIMENTS ON BLUE BORNZES, International Symposium on NONLINEAR TRANSPORT AND RELATED PHENOMENA IN INORGANIC QUASI ONE DIMENSIONAL CONDUCTORS)
2433/46922 Osugi, Jiro 1969/06/30 102 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 96 38 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The polymerization of propylene under high pressure
2433/46921 Osugi, Jiro 1969/06/30 95 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 90 38 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Liquid-solid transition at high pressure III : benzene, monochlorobenzene and toluene at 25C
2433/58256 Saka, Koichi 2006/05/01 77 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 60 1491 京都大学数理解析研究所 Besov Spaces of Self-affine Lattice Tilings and Pointwise regularity(Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
2433/84096 NAKANO, FUMIHIKO 1994/05/01 86 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 68 873 京都大学数理解析研究所 SEMICLASSICAL ANALYSIS OF SCHRODINGER OPERATORS WITH COULOMB-LIKE SINGULAR POTENTIALS(Spectrum, Scattering and Related Topics)
2433/77197 Kamata, Toshihide 1987/11/20 185 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 179 65 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Intensity Enhancement in Infrared ATR Spectra of 1-Monolayer LB Films of Stearic Acid by Various Evaporated Metal Films
2433/46876 Osugi, Jiro 1966/10/30 34 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 28 36 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan High-pressure melting in polyethylene
2433/47413 Senba, Takasi 2005/05/01 48 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 43 1432 京都大学数理解析研究所 Keller-Segel系に関係する方程式の解の爆発について (生物数学の理論とその応用) Blowup of solutions to some systems related to Keller-Segel system (Theory of Bio-Mathematics and It's Applications)
2433/47410 Tagashira, Osamu 2005/05/01 22 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 18 1432 京都大学数理解析研究所 Effect of Delayed Feedback Control for Chemostat Model (Theory of Bio-Mathematics and It's Applications)
2433/77584 Liu, Ji-Quan 1994/11/30 335 0023-6071 3-4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 330 72 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Overexpression and Rapid Purification of L-2-Halo Acid Dehalogenase of Pseudomonas putida No. 109
2433/77480 Daitoh, Yoshihiro 1993/02/26 501 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 494 70 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University A TEM Study of Microstructures of Ultrathin YBa₂Cu₃O₇ Films on SrTiO₃ (100) and MgO (100)
2433/77473 Ito, Yoshiaki 1992/11/30 398 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 392 70 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Structural Evaluation of Mo/Si Multilayers based on Diffraction Theory
2433/76539 Tanabe, Tetsumi 1974/07/25 69 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 63 52 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Optimum Pole Shape for Sextupole Magnet Having Circular Pole Tips (Memorial Issue Dedicated to the Late Professor Yoshiaki Uemura)
2433/77372 Kobayashi, Takashi 1991/09/14 198 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 193 69 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Epitaxial Growth and Polymorphism of Phthalocyaninato-Thorium (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Ken-ichi Katayama On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/77359 Kiyama, Masao 1991/02/28 280 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 275 68 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Growth of α-Fe₂0₃ Particles by Transformation at 200℃ of Iron(III) Hydroxide in the Alkaline Media Containing Slight Amounts of Other Metal Ions
2433/169692 Korai, Yusuke 2013/01/01 We study the correlators for interacting quantum field theory in the flat chart of de Sitter space at all orders in perturbation. The correlators are calculated in the in-in formalism which is often applied to the calculations in the cosmological perturbation. It is shown that these correlators are de Sitter invariant. They are compared with the correlators calculated based on the Euclidean field theory. We then find that these two correlators are identical. This correspondence has already been shown graph by graph, but we give an alternative proof of it by direct calculation. 1550-7998 2 Physical Review D 87 American Physical Society Quantum field theory in the flat chart of de Sitter space
2433/171858 Fujiwara, Hiroyasu 2012/03/01 121 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 105 1782 京都大学数理解析研究所 Shallow water approximations for water waves over a moving bottom (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/171116 Kajikiya, Ryuji 2011/07/01 35 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 29 1750 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic behavior of solutions for $p$-Laplace parabolic equations (Mathematical Analysis and Functional Equations from New Points of View)
2433/172099 2001/09/01 42 京都大学大学院理学研究科附属天文台年次報告 38 2000年(平成12年) 京都大学大学院理学研究科附属天文台 [研究成果報告(2000年に発表されたもの)]出版
2433/200768 YAMAMOTO, Koji 2015/09/01 Potential games form a class of non-cooperative games where the convergent of unilateral improvement dynamics is guaranteed in many practical cases. The potential game approach has been applied to a wide range of wireless network problems, particularly to a variety of channel assignment problems. In this paper, the properties of potential games are introduced, and games in wireless networks that have been proven to be potential games are comprehensively discussed. 1823 0916-8516 9 IEICE Transactions on Communications 1804 E98.B Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers(IEICE) potential game A Comprehensive Survey of Potential Game Approaches to Wireless Networks
2433/203060 Pannarale, Francesco 2015/10/22 The gravitational radiation emitted during the merger of a black hole with a neutron star is rather similar to the radiation from the merger of two black holes when the neutron star is not tidally disrupted. When tidal disruption occurs, gravitational waveforms can be broadly classified in two groups, depending on the spatial extent of the disrupted material. Extending previous work by some of us, here we present a phenomenological model for the gravitational waveform amplitude in the frequency domain encompassing the three possible outcomes of the merger: no tidal disruption, and “mild” and “strong” tidal disruption. The model is calibrated to 134 general-relativistic numerical simulations of binaries where the black hole spin is either aligned or antialigned with the orbital angular momentum. All simulations were produced using the SACRA code and piecewise polytropic neutron star equations of state. The present model can be used to determine when black-hole binary waveforms are sufficient for gravitational-wave detection, to extract information on the equation of state from future gravitational-wave observations, to obtain more accurate estimates of black hole-neutron star merger event rates, and to determine the conditions under which these systems are plausible candidates as central engines of gamma-ray bursts and macronovae/kilonovae. 1550-7998 8 Physical Review D 92 American Physical Society Aligned spin neutron star-black hole mergers: A gravitational waveform amplitude model
2433/160743 Yotsumoto, Hiroki 1994/05/23 本文データは平成22年度国立国会図書館の学位論文(博士)のデジタル化実施により作成された画像ファイルを基にpdf変換したものである Kyoto University 酸化物懸濁液の分散安定性に関する研究 A Study on the Stability of Aqueous Oxide Suspensions
2433/188478 Kurokuzu, Masayuki 2014/03/24 Kyoto University iron-based superconductor メスバウアー分光と核共鳴非弾性散乱による鉄カルコゲン化合物の研究 Studies on Iron Chalcogenide by Mossbauer Spectroscopy and Nuclear Resonant Inelastic Scattering
2433/75001 Usui, Hiromoto 1975/05/23 Kyoto University 粘弾性流体の流れにおける輸送現象 TRANSPORT PHENOMENA IN VISCOELASTIC FLUIDS FLOW
2433/77812 Yamaoka, Hitoshi 1970/09/24 Kyoto University ニトロエチレンの放射線イオン重合における開始種に関する研究 Studies on Initiating Species in Radiation-induced Ionic Polymerization of Nitroethylene
2433/74883 Komori, Satoru 1980/03/24 Kyoto University 成層流の乱流構造 TURBULENCE STRUCTURE IN STRATIFIED FLOW
2433/126798 SENEVIRATHNA THENNAKOON MUDIYANSELAGE LALANTHA DHARSHANA SENEVIRATHNA 2010/09/24 Kyoto University Perfluorinated compounds (PFCs) 吸着および凝集による水中PFCs(ペルフルオロ化合物)の効率的除去法の開発 Development of Effective Removal Methods of PFCs (Perfluorinated Compounds) in Water by Adsorption and Coagulation
2433/11998 Kitano, Masao 1984/05/23 This thesis concerns with nonlinear behaviors of spin-related bistable and tristable systems. In recent years there has been a substantial theoretical and experimental effort on optically bistable systems. An optically bistable system is a device which exhibits two distinct states of optical transmission. It has acquired much attention from the aspect of practical application as optical devices and also from the fundamental standpoint since it offers various nonlinear phenomena inherent in systems far from equilibrium. It is shown, in this thesis, that inclusion of light polarization leads to qualitatively new variations of the phenomena. Light polarization is connected to the atomic spins of the medium. So far no works on polarization effects in optical bistability have been made. Here two types of such spin-related optical system are proposed and studied. The first system is a Fabry-Perot cavity filled with atoms with degenerate Zeeman sublevels in the ground state. It is found that for linearly polarized incident light, the high transmission state is doubly degenerate with respect to the output light polarization; one is almost right-circularly polarized (σ+ state) and the other is almost left-circularly polarized (σ- state). In the low transmission state, the output remains linearly polarized (linear state). Therefore the three states coexist and we call the phenomenon optical tristability. In the σ+ (σ-) state, the atomic spins are oriented parallel (antiparallel) to the propagation direction of the incident light, whereas in the linear state, they are random. When we increase the intensity of the linearly polarized incident light, at a critical point, the linear state becomes unstable and a discontinuous transition to the σ+ or σ- state takes place with equal probabilities. The symmetry of the system with respect to the polarization is spontaneously broken. This is a result of a competitive interaction of the σ+ (rightcircularly polarized) and σ- (left-circularly polarized) light beams through optical pumping. Bifurcations which appear when the input intensities of σ+ and σ- components are changed independently are also investigated. It is found that the bifurcation structure can well be understood in context of a butterfly catastrophe. Next the dynamical property of the system is studied. It is shown that when we apply a static magnetic field transversely to the optical axis, self-sustained precession of the spin polarization occurs. Correspondingly, the σ+ and σ- components of the transmitted light are modulated at about the Larmor frequency. It is also shown that a modified Bloch equation which describes the motion of the spin polarization in the cavity can be reduced to the van der Pol equation. The second system we propose uses the same medium as the first one but has no optical cavity. The optical system is composed of a cell containing the atoms, a λ/8 plate, and a mirror. The feedback is realized by the optically induced Faraday effect. The system exhibits a pitchfork bifurcation which breaks the symmetry as the input intensity is increased. Namely, the symmetry breaking is of a supercritical type, whereas in the first system it is of a subcritical type. This system has also two input parameters and a cusp catastrophe appears when they are changed independently. It is also found that in the presence of a transverse magnetic field, self-sustained spin precession takes place. The static behavior of the second system is confirmed experimentally by using Na vapor and a multimode dye laser. Chaotic (or turbulent) phenomena in optical bistability is also investigated. Chaotic oscillation occurs when a delay time in the feedback loop is longer than the response time of the medium as predicted by Ikeda. The delay-induced chaos in a simple and familiar acoustic system is studied experimentally. It is an acoustic analogue of optically bistable systems. The system goes over into chaotic state after some cascades of period-doubling bifurcations as we increase the loop gain. The delay-induced chaos in the second optical system is investigated. Particular attention is paid on the symmetry of the solutions with respect to the polarizations. The output of the system bifurcates in the following way as the input light intensity increases: (1) symmetric steady state, (2) asymmetric steady state, (3) asymmetric periodic oscillation, (4) asymmetric chaos, (5) symmetric chaos. The first bifurcation is a well-known symmetry-breaking transition. It is shown that the last bifurcation through which the symmetry is recovered can be viewed as a crisis of chaos, which has been defined by Grebogi et al. as a sudden change of strange attractor. By changing system parameters, we find three distinct types of the crises in the experiment with an electronic circuit which simulates the differential-difference system equation. Before and after the crises, waveforms characteristic of each type is observed. In a simple two-dimensional-map model, we can find the three types of crises. It is also found that the types of crises are determined by the nature of unstable fixed (or periodic) points which cause the crises by colliding to the chaotic attractors. The symmetry-recovering crises seem to be general phenomena appearing in nonlinear systems with some symmetries. 学位授与年月日: 1984-05-23 ; 学位の種類: 新制・論文博士 ; 学位記番号: 論1705 Kyoto University 原子のスピンを利用した光双安定性と三重安定性 SPIN-RELATED OPTICAL BISTABILITY AND TRISTABILITY
2433/78094 Unami, Koichi 1999/01/25 Kyoto University 水輸送/貯留系の最適化と制御 Optimization and Control of Water Conveyance/Storage Systems
2433/64953 Kitahata, Hiroyuki 2006/03/23 Kyoto University 対流および幾何学的影響を受けた反応拡散系における時空間パターン形成 Spatio-temporal pattern formation in reaction-diffusion systems coupled with convection and geometrical effect
2433/74706 Kanno, Ikuo 1988/01/23 Kyoto University 核分裂片二重エネルギー二重速度測定システムとその応用 Double-energy Double-velocity Measurement System for Fission Fragments and its Application
2433/74672 Shiroya, Seiji 1986/01/23 Kyoto University 重水反射体付軽水減速型中濃縮ウラン燃料炉心の核特性に関する研究 Study on the Nuclear Characteristics of a Light-Water-Moderated and Heavy-Water-Reflected Core Loaded with Medium-Enriched-Uranium Fuel
2433/74652 Inokawa, Hiroshi 1985/07/23 Kyoto University イオンビームによる半導体メタライゼーション SEMICONDUCTOR METALLIZATION BY ION BEAMS
2433/157135 Watanabe, Akira 1999/09/24 本文データは平成22年度国立国会図書館の学位論文(博士)のデジタル化実施により作成された画像ファイルを基にpdf変換したものである Kyoto University Bacillus stearothermophilus由来アラニンラセマーゼの触媒機構 Mechanistic Studies of Alanine Racemase from Bacillus stearothermophilus
2433/157155 Okamoto, Koichi 1998/03/23 本文データは平成22年度国立国会図書館の学位論文(博士)のデジタル化実施により作成された画像ファイルを基にpdf変換したものである Kyoto University 光反応中間体ラジカルの有機溶液, 水溶液, 及びミセル溶液中での並進拡散 Translational Diffusion of Photoreaction Intermedite Radicals in Organic,Aqueous,and Micellar Solutions
2433/157532 Urabe, Keiichiro 2012/03/26 Kyoto University 大気圧プラズマ 大気圧誘電体バリア放電の分光学的研究 Spectroscopic Study of Dielectric Barrier Discharge at Atmospheric Pressure
2433/157188 Okazaki, Toshiya 1999/07/23 本文データは平成22年度国立国会図書館の学位論文(博士)のデジタル化実施により作成された画像ファイルを基にpdf変換したものである Kyoto University 液相中でのピコ秒時間分解光熱変換過程 Picosecond Time-Resolved Photothermalization Process in Liquid Phase
2433/142175 Murata, Hidenobu 2011/03/23 Kyoto University ハイドロキシアパタイト中の固溶原子の局所構造と電子状態 Local Atomic and Electronic Structures of Solutes in Hydroxyapatite
2433/200506 Shih, Chun Yu 2015/07/23 Kyoto University Colloid 振動電場下での荷電コロイド粒子の直接数値シミュレーション Direct numerical simulation of charged colloids in an oscillating electric field
2433/199269 松田, 直樹 2015/03/23 Kyoto University 材料力学 材料非線形性によるガイド波の高調波発生挙動に関する研究
2433/188542 Oto, Takao 2014/03/24 Kyoto University AlGaN 電子線励起深紫外発光素子に向けた高Al組成AlGaN量子井戸の発光機構に関する研究 Emission Mechanisms in Al-rich AlGaN Quantum Wells toward Deep Ultraviolet Light Emitters by Electron Beam Pumping
2433/74725 Mohri, Akihiro 1966/06/21 Kyoto University プラズマのイオンサイクロトロン加熱に関する研究 Study of ion cyclotron heating of plasma
2433/148278 Suzuki, Atsushi 2003/11/25 2015/09/08全文公開 Kyoto University 大規模3次元ストークス問題の並列有限要素解法と地球マントル対流問題への応用 A Parallel Finite Element Solver for Large-Scale 3-D Stokes Problem and its Application to Earth's Mantle Convection Problem
2433/86223 Umeki, Kiyoshi 1995/03/23 Kyoto University 植物個体葉群分布の可塑性の定量的把握と葉群分布の可塑性が個体群空間構造と競争に及ぼす影響 Evaluation of morphological plasticity in crown display and its effects on spatial pattern and competitive interaction in populations
2433/188753 Bedada Tadessa Daba 2014/03/24 Kyoto University activity コムギ β-アミラーゼの活性および安定性に対する溶媒工学および化学修飾の効果 Effects of Solvent Engineering and Chemical Modification on the Activity and Stability of Wheat β-Amylase
2433/57278 Inoue, Rintaro 2008/03/24 Kyoto University polymer thin films 非弾性中性子散乱による高分子薄膜のダイナミクス Dynamics in Polymer Thin Films by Inelastic Neutron Scattering
2433/180477 Muhammad Salleh Bin Haji Abustan 2013/09/24 Kyoto University Multi-agent model 個別要素法型マルチエージェントモデルを用いたマレーシアにおける津波避難過程の数値シミュレーション NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF EVACUATION PROCESS AGAINST TSUNAMI DISASTER IN MALAYSIA BY USING DISTINCT-ELEMENT-METHOD BASED MULTI-AGENT MODEL
2433/86267 Urabe, Hironobu 1978/07/24 Kyoto University ある種の整函数の合成による分解の一意性 Uniqueness of the factorization under composition of certain entire functions
2433/202753 Karnwadee, Wilaingam 2015/09/24 Kyoto University Adsorption 産業廃水中のペルフルオロヘキサン酸（PFHxA）の吸着・再生による効率的除去手順の開発 Development of effective removal procedures of perfluorohexanoic acid (PFHxA) from industrial wastewater by adsorption and regeneration
2433/207788 TAHARA, HIDETOSHI 2013/03/01 209 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 203 B37 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35A20 Nonlinear partial differential equations and logarithmic singularities (Exact WKB Analysis and Microlocal Analysis)
2433/209053 IZUKI, Mitsuo 2013/08/01 94 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 51 B42 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 42B25 The Hardy-Littlewood maximal operator on Lebesgue spaces with variable exponent (Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
2433/209036 TSUJIMOTO, Satoshi 2013/08/01 204 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 181 B41 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 33C45 Construction of the exceptional orthogonal polynomials and its application to the superintegrable system (The breadth and depth of nonlinear discrete integrable systems)
2433/210365 Nosaka, Tomoki 2016/03/01 We study the large N expansion of the partition function of the quiver superconformal Chern-Simons theories deformed by two continuous parameters which correspond to general R-charge assignment to the matter fields. Though the deformation breaks the conformal symmetry, we find that the partition function shares various structures with the superconformal cases, such as the Airy function expression of the perturbative expansion in 1/N with the overall constant A(k) related to the constant map in the ABJM case through a simple rescaling of k. We also identify five kinds of the non-perturbative effects in 1/N which correspond to the membrane instantons. The instanton exponents and the singular structure of the coefficients depend on the continuous deformation parameters, in contrast to the superconformal case where all the parameters are integers associated with the orbifold action on the moduli space. This implies that the singularity of the instanton effects would be observable also in the gravity side. 1029-8479 Journal of High Energy Physics 2016 Springer Berlin Heidelberg Supersymmetric gauge theory Instanton effects in ABJM theory with general R-charge assignments
2433/210476 Hamada, Yuta 2015/08/01 We systematically search intersecting D-brane models, which just realize the Standard Model chiral matter contents and gauge symmetry. We construct new classes of non-supersymmetric Standard Model-like models. We also study the gauge coupling constants of these models. The tree level gauge coupling is a function of the compactification moduli, the string scale, the string coupling and the winding numbers of D-branes. By tuning them, we examine whether the models can explain the experimental values of gauge couplings. As a result, we find that the string scale should be greater than 10[14-15] GeV if the compactification scale and the string scale are of the same order. 582 0550-3213 Nuclear Physics B 563 897 Elsevier Standard model-like D-brane models and gauge couplings
2433/210583 Hiramatsu, Takashi 2015/03/12 The mechanism of thermal inflation, a relatively short period of accelerated expansion after primordial inflation, is a desirable ingredient for a certain class of particle physics models if they are not to be in contention with the cosmology of the early Universe. Though thermal inflation is most simply described in terms of a thermal effective potential, a thermal environment also gives rise to thermal fluctuations that must be taken into account. We numerically study the effects of these thermal fluctuations using lattice simulations. We conclude that though they do not ruin the thermal inflation scenario, the phase transition at the end of thermal inflation proceeds through phase mixing and is therefore not accompanied by the formations of bubbles nor appreciable amplitude of gravitational waves. 1475-7516 Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics 2015 Institute of Physics Publishing Cosmological phase transitions Effects of thermal fluctuations on thermal inflation
2433/214764 Umemura, Hiroshi 2002/01/01 83 代数幾何学シンポジューム記録 76 2002 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the definitions of the Painlevé equations
2433/215508 Hattori, Masanari 2016/03/23 The content of Chapter 1 is an author produced version of a paper published in Physics of Fluids. The final publication is available at AIP via http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.3691262. The content of Chapters 2 and 4 is an author produced version of papers published in Journal of Statistical Physics. The final publications are available at Springer via http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10955-012-0512-z and http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10955-015-1364-0, respectively. Kyoto University Slip flow 一般すべり流理論とKnudsen層解析 Generalized slip-flow theory and its related Knudsen-layer analysis
2433/215550 Itasaka, Hiroki 2016/03/23 Kyoto University silicon シリコン表面での局所選択的無電解金ナノ構造成長 Area-selective electroless deposition of gold nanostructures on silicon
2433/215306 Sakakihara, Yuki 2016/03/23 Kyoto University 重力理論 Bimetric gravityにおけるインフレーション Inflation in Bimetric Gravity
2433/215308 Sugishita, Sotaro 2016/03/23 Kyoto University Quantum gravity 膜理論の定式化に向けた、3次元ランダム体積を生成する新たな模型の構成 Construction of a new model generating three-dimensional random volumes:Towards a formulation of membrane theory
2433/215696 Lolodi, Ogheneochukome 2016/03/23 Authors are permitted to post the MBoC PDF of their articles (and/or supplemental material) on their personal websites or in an online institutional repository provided there appears always the proper citation of the manuscript in MBoC and a link to the original publication of the manuscript in MBoC (http://www.molbiolcell.org/site/misc/ifora.xhtml) Kyoto University Nuclear pore complex 核膜孔複合体を介したカリオフェリン依存的分子輸送機構の速度論的解析 Kinetic analysis of karyopherin-mediated transport through the nuclear pore complex
2433/215727 Kameda, Takayuki 2016/04/14 Atmospheric nitrated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (NPAHs), which have been shown to have adverse health effects such as carcinogenicity, are formed in part through nitration reactions of their parent polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in the atmosphere. However, little is known about heterogeneous nitration rates of PAHs by gaseous NO 2 on natural mineral substrates, such as desert dust aerosols. Herein by employing kinetic experiments using a flow reactor and surface analysis by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy with pyridine adsorption, we demonstrate that the reaction is accelerated on acidic surfaces of mineral dust, particularly on those of clay minerals. In support of this finding, we show that levels of ambient particle-associated NPAHs in Beijing, China, significantly increased during heavy dust storms. These results suggest that mineral dust surface reactions are an unrecognized source of toxic organic chemicals in the atmosphere and that they enhance the toxicity of mineral dust aerosols in urban environments. 2045-2322 Scientific Reports 6 Nature Publishing Group Mineral dust aerosols promote the formation of toxic nitropolycyclic aromatic compounds
2433/216479 吉永, 公平 2016/03/01 In this study, we observed the dynamics inside a calcium fluoride (CaF2) single crystal following photoexcitation by a tightly focused femtosecond laser pulse. This observation method is based on a pumpprobe method and a polarization microscope. The observed dynamics indicated the generation of a stress wave and cracks generated from the photoexcited region. The stress wave had a characteristic shape due to anisotropy of the crystal’s elastic properties. The crack propagation occurred along the (110) planes. We determined the time evolution of the stress in a stress wave and estimated the temperature elevation in the photoexcited region by comparing our observed results with the results from a thermo-elastic simulation. The simulation results of the stress at a temperature elevation of 1000 K in the photoexcited region were in good agreement with our experimental results in the <100> directions, but we obtained lower stress values in the <110> directions. This discrepancy may be due to the fact that the thermo-elastic simulation did not take the influence of crack generation into consideration. 工学 光誘起構造改質 69 ELCAS Journal 66 1 京都大学学際融合教育研究推進センター高大接続科学教育ユニット Laser processing Observation of Stress Dynamics Inside a CaF2 Single Crystal Following Photoexcitation by a Focused Femtosecond Laser Pulse <論文・報告>蛍石単結晶内部のフェムト秒レーザー集光誘起構造変化の応力ダイナミクスの観測
2433/216510 Kanaya, Shin 2016/08/01 The convergence rates of the sums of α-mixing (or strongly mixing) triangular arrays of heterogeneous random variables are derived. We pay particular attention to the case where central limit theorems may fail to hold, due to relatively strong time-series dependence and/or the nonexistence of higher-order moments. Several previous studies have presented various versions of laws of large numbers for sequences/triangular arrays, but their convergence rates were not fully investigated. This study is the first to investigate the convergence rates of the sums of α-mixing triangular arrays whose mixing coefficients are permitted to decay arbitrarily slowly. We consider two kinds of asymptotic assumptions: one is that the time distance between adjacent observations is fixed for any sample size n; and the other, called the infill assumption, is that it shrinks to zero as n tends to infinity. Our convergence theorems indicate that an explicit trade-off exists between the rate of convergence and the degree of dependence. While the results under the infill assumption can be seen as a direct extension of those under the fixed-distance assumption, they are new and particularly useful for deriving sharper convergence rates of discretization biases in estimating continuous-time processes from discretely sampled observations. We also discuss some examples to which our results and techniques are useful and applicable: a moving-average process with long lasting past shocks, a continuous-time diffusion process with weak mean reversion, and a near-unit-root process. KIER Discussion Paper 947 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Law of large numbers Convergence rates of sums of α-mixing triangular arrays: with an application to non-parametric drift function estimation of continuous-time processes
2433/216697 Fukuma, Masafumi 2016/07/01 2050-3911 7 Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics 2016 Oxford University Press (OUP) Massive higher spin fields in curved spacetime and necessity of non-minimal couplings
2433/200678 Adachi, Shuji 2015/01/06 Many rate-related phenomena occur in food manufacturing processes. This review addresses four of them, all of which are topics that the author has studied in order to design food manufacturing processes that are favorable from the standpoint of food engineering. They include chromatographic separation through continuous separation with a simulated moving adsorber, lipid oxidation kinetics in emulsions and microencapsulated systems, kinetic analysis and extraction in subcritical water, and water migration in pasta. 531 0916-8451 4 Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry 517 79 Taylor & Francis Group chromatographic separation Engineering aspects of rate-related processes in food manufacturing.
2433/108361 Yoshida, Nobuo 2010/03/01 We consider a discrete-time stochastic growth model on the d-dimensional lattice with non-negative real numbers as possible values per site. The growth model describes various interesting examples such as oriented site/bond percolation, directed polymers in random environment, time discretizations of the binary contact path process. We show the equivalence between the slow population growth and a localization property in terms of "replica overlap". The main novelty of this paper is that we obtain this equivalence even for models with positive probability of extinction at finite time. In the course of the proof, we characterize, in a general setting, the event on which an exponential martingale vanishes in the limit. 618 0022-4715 4-5 Journal of Statistical Physics 598 138 Springer Verlag Linear stochastic evolutions Localization for Linear Stochastic Evolutions
2433/157357 Hibi, Makoto 2012/07/01 Extracellular ligninolytic oxidoreductases produced by Cerrena sp. strain Ra, a soil-isolated basidiomycete with high artificial dye-decolorizing activity, were purified and characterized. One thermostable laccase, one typical manganese peroxidase, and two versatile peroxidases (VPI and VPII) were found in the culture of this fungus. The different characteristics of each enzyme enable the strain express wide-range of oxidizing activity under various conditions. VPI decolorizing activity was observed toward various kinds of dye compounds, and the activity and specificity varied depending on the oxidizing mediators added to the reaction mixture. Optimized VPI/mediator-coupling decolorizing will be widely used for industrial wastewater treatment. 225 1878-8181 3 Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology 220 1 Elsevier Ltd. Versatile peroxidase Extracellular oxidases of Cerrena sp. complementarily functioning in artificial dye decolorization including laccase, manganese peroxidase, and novel versatile peroxidases
2433/198768 Fujiwara, Shinichi 2015/01/12 A method for the stereoselective synthesis of alkylidenemalonates and related α, β-unsaturated esters by a hydrostannylation–cross-coupling process has been developed. Pd-catalyzed and radical hydrostannylation of propiolate derivatives stereoselectively provided α-alkoxycarbonyl (E)- and (Z)-vinylstannanes, respectively, which were then converted into alkylidenemalonates by the Stille coupling reaction. A one-pot process was also realizable for the Pd-catalyzed reactions. 1272 1434-193X 6 European Journal of Organic Chemistry 1264 2015 wiley Synthetic methods Hydrostannylation-Cross-Coupling Strategy for the Stereoselective Synthesis of Alkylidenemalonates and Related α,β-Unsaturated Esters
2433/126852 Nakashima, H. 2010/10/01 The purpose of this study is to analyze the performance of a lugged wheel for a lunar micro rover on sloped terrain by a 2D discrete element method (DEM), which was initially developed for horizontal terrain. To confirm the applicability of DEM for sloped terrain locomotion, the relationships of slope angle with slip, wheel sinkage and wheel torque obtained by DEM, were compared with experimental results measured using a slope test bed consisting of a soil bin filled with lunar regolith simulant. Among the lug parameters investigated, a lugged wheel with rim diameter of 250 mm, width of 100 mm, lug height of 10 mm, lug thickness of 5 mm, and total lug number of 18 was found, on average, to perform excellently in terms of metrics, such as slope angle for 20% slip, power number for self-propelled point, power number for 15-degree slope and power number for 20% slip. The estimation of wheel performance over sloped lunar terrain showed an increase in wheel slip, and the possibility exists that the selected lugged wheel will not be able to move up a slope steeper than 20°. 321 0022-4898 5 Journal of Terramechanics 307 47 Elsevier Ltd. Computational mechanics Discrete element method analysis of single wheel performance for a small lunar rover on sloped terrain
2433/203074 Kojima, Keiichi 2014/02/21 Most vertebrate retinas contain two types of photoreceptor cells, rods and cones, which show different photoresponses to mediate scotopic and photopic vision, respectively. These cells contain different types of visual pigments, rhodopsin and cone visual pigments, respectively, but little is known about the molecular properties of cone visual pigments under physiological conditions, making it difficult to link the molecular properties of rhodopsin and cone visual pigments with the differences in photoresponse between rods and cones. Here we prepared bovine and mouse rhodopsin (bvRh and mRh) and chicken and mouse green-sensitive cone visual pigments (cG and mG) embedded in nanodiscs and applied time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy to compare their Gt activation efficiencies. Rhodopsin exhibited greater Gt activation efficiencies than cone visual pigments. Especially, the Gt activation efficiency of mRh was about 2.5-fold greater than that of mG at 37 °C, which is consistent with our previous electrophysiological data of knock-in mice. Although the active state (Meta-II) was in equilibrium with inactive states (Meta-I and Meta-III), quantitative determination of Meta-II in the equilibrium showed that the Gt activation efficiency per Meta-II of bvRh was also greater than those of cG and mG. These results indicated that efficient Gt activation by rhodopsin, resulting from an optimized active state of rhodopsin, is one of the causes of the high amplification efficiency of rods. 5073 0021-9258 8 The Journal of biological chemistry 5061 289 American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology G Protein-coupled Receptors (GPCR) Rod visual pigment optimizes active state to achieve efficient G protein activation as compared with cone visual pigments.
2433/84856 Yang, Yang 2007/01/01 Geometric spanner is a fundamental structure in computational geometry and plays an important role in many geometric networks design applications. In this paper, we consider a generalization of the classical geometric spanner problem (called segment spanner): Given a set S of disjoint 2-D segments, find a spanning network G with minimum size so that for any pair of points in S, there exists a path in G with length no more than t times their Euclidean distance. Based on a number of interesting techniques (such as weakly dominating set, strongly dominating set, and interval cover), we present an efficient algorithm to construct the segment spanner. Our approach first identifies a set of Steiner points in S, then construct a point spanner for them. Our algorithm runs in O(|Q| + n 2 logn) time, where Q is the set of Steiner points. We show that Q is an O(1)-approximation in terms of its size when S is relatively “well” separated by a constant. For arbitrary rectilinear segments under L 1 distance, the approximation ratio improves to 2. Algorithms and computation : 18th International Symposium, ISAAC 2007, Sendai, Japan, December 17-19, 2007 : proceedings ; ISAAC 2007 : (Lecture notes in computer science ; 4835) 87 9783540771180 Lecture Notes in Computer Science 75 4385 Springer Geometric Spanner of Segments (Algorithms and Computation)
2433/84580 Micheletto, Ruggero 2008/10/27 Surface plasmon resonance sensors exploit the high sensitivity to local perturbations of plasma waves in a thin metal layer. These devices have a wide range of applications as biomedical, environmental, industrial, and homeland security. We concentrate on the theoretical aspects of the sensing principle. By calculations at various indexes of refraction we proved that using substrate material of higher index, sensitivity and dynamics range improve conspicuously. Finally, we show experimental data taken using a special transparent ceramic material of exceptionally high index of refraction n=2.04. Tests demonstrate sensitivity about one order of magnitude better than those obtained with conventional BK7 glass. 0003-6951 17 APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS http://link.aip.org/link/?APPLAB/93/174104/1 93 American Institute of Physics Tenfold improved sensitivity using high refractive-index substrates for surface plasmon sensing
2433/39658 Liao, MY 2003/08/25 1628 0003-6951 8 APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 1626 http://link.aip.org/link/?apl/83/1626 83 AMER INST PHYSICS Field electron emission from nanostructured heterogeneous HfNxOy films
2433/39949 Jang, HM 2003/06/01 2200 1051-8223 2 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON APPLIED SUPERCONDUCTIVITY 2197 13 IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC Design and electrical characteristics, analysis of 100 HPHTS synchronous motor in 21st Century Frontier Project, Korea
2433/39844 Oba, F 2001/01/15 1098-0121 4 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v63/p045410 63 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Ab initio study of symmetric tilt boundaries in ZnO
2433/109880 Hama, Tetsuya 2009/12/01 Methanol is typically observed within water-rich interstellar ices and is a source of interstellar organic species. Following the 157 nm photoexcitation of solid methanol at 90 K, desorbed CH3(v = 0) and OH(v = 0, 1) radicals have been observed in situ, near the solid surface, using resonance-enhanced multiphoton ionization (REMPI) detection methods. Time-of-flight and rotationally resolved REMPI spectra of the desorbed species were measured, and the respective fragment internal energy and kinetic energy distributions were obtained. Photoproduction mechanisms for CH3 and OH radicals from solid methanol are discussed. The formation of O(1D and 3P) atoms and H2O was investigated, but the yield of these species was found to be negligible. CH3 products arising following the photoexcitation of water-methanol mixed ice showed similar kinetic and internal energy distributions to those from neat methanol ice. 0021-9606 22 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS http://link.aip.org/link/JCPSA6/v131/i22/p224512/s1 131 American Institute of Physics astrochemistry Translational and internal energy distributions of methyl and hydroxyl radicals produced by 157 nm photodissociation of amorphous solid methanol
2433/109862 Homes, C. C. 2009/03/01 The reflectance of the insulating quasi-two-dimensional quantum magnet SrCu2(BO3)2 has been examined over a wide temperature and frequency range for light polarized parallel (a axis) and perpendicular (c axis) to the copper- and boron-oxygen sheets. The spectra have been measured for temperatures below the structural phase transition Ts=395 K for both polarizations; above Ts a limited study of the in-plane properties was undertaken in the far-infrared region only. Several new modes appear in the reflectance just below Ts along the a and c axes, while others are visible only for T⪡Ts. Below Ts, the intensity of some of the new modes displays little or no temperature dependence, while the intensity of some vibrations increases dramatically with decreasing temperature. Ab initio calculations have been performed for the room-temperature phase using density-functional theory, and the frequencies and atomic characters of the infrared-active phonons at the zone center were obtained using the direct method. The agreement between the calculated and experimentally observed frequencies is quite good, and assignments of the modes are discussed. The vibrational features that are observed only at low temperature appear to be magnetic in origin. 1098-0121 12 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevB.79.125101 79 American Physical Society ab initio calculations Infrared spectra of the low-dimensional quantum magnet SrCu2(BO3)(2): Measurements and ab initio calculations
2433/50206 Hiwatashi, K 2007/04/01 1070-6631 4 PHYSICS OF FLUIDS http://link.aip.org/link/?phf/19/048103 19 AMER INST PHYSICS Experimental observations of instabilities in rotating plane Couette flow
2433/155803 Otomori, Masaki 2012/01/01 The capabilities and operation of electromagnetic devices can be dramatically enhanced if artificial materials that provide certain prescribed properties can be designed and fabricated. This paper presents a systematic methodology for the design of dielectric materials with prescribed electric permittivity. A gradient-based topology optimization method is used to find the distribution of dielectric material for the unit cell of a periodic microstructure composed of one or two dielectric materials. The optimization problem is formulated as a problem to minimize the square of the difference between the effective permittivity and a prescribed value. The optimization algorithm uses the adjoint variable method (AVM) for the sensitivity analysis and the finite element method (FEM) for solving the equilibrium and adjoint equations, respectively. A Heaviside projection filter is used to obtain clear optimized configurations. Several design problems show that clear optimized unit cell configurations that provide the prescribed electric permittivity can be obtained for all the presented cases. These include the design of isotropic material, anisotropic material, anisotropic material with a non-zero off-diagonal terms, and anisotropic material with loss. The results show that the optimized values are in agreement with theoretical bounds, confirming that our method yields appropriate and useful solutions. 120 1070-4698 Progress In Electromagnetics Research 93 http://www.jpier.org/PIER/pier.php?paper=12020501 127 EMW Publishing INVERSE DESIGN OF DIELECTRIC MATERIALS BY TOPOLOGY OPTIMIZATION
2433/130693 Matsusaka, Shuji 2010/11/15 Particles are often electrostatically charged by frictional contact during powder-handling operations. This phenomenon is called ‘triboelectric charging’ or ‘contact electrification’. The charged particles cause problems such as particle deposition and adhesion. In addition, if particles are excessively charged, an electrostatic discharge may occur, which can pose a risk of fire and explosion hazards; thus, to mitigate the adverse effects, it is important to elucidate the underlying triboelectric charging mechanisms. The electrostatics is, on the other hand, very useful in a number of applications that have been developed using the principles. In this review, the basic concepts and theories of charge transfer between solid surfaces are summarized, and chemical factors depending on materials and environmental effects are described. To theoretically analyze the process of particle charging, relevant models are discussed. Using the models, particle charging by repeated impacts on a wall is formulated. To experimentally evaluate particle charging, measurement and characterization methods are outlined. Furthermore, important applications and computer simulations are described. 5807 0009-2509 22 Chemical Engineering Science 5781 65 Elsevier Ltd Powder technology Triboelectric charging of powders: A review
2433/160656 Ge, Min 2011/09/01 We report on the dynamics of two hydrogen isotopomers, D2 and HD, trapped in the molecular cages of a fullerene C60 molecule. We measured the infrared spectra and analyzed them using a spherical potential for a vibrating rotor. The potential, vibration-rotation Hamiltonian, and dipole moment parameters are compared with previously studied H2@C60 parameters [M. Ge, U. Nagel, D. Hüvonen, T. Rõõm, S. Mamone, M. H. Levitt, M. Carravetta, Y. Murata, K. Komatsu, J. Y.-C. Chen, and N. J. Turro, J. Chem. Phys. 134, 054507 (2011)10.1063/1.3535598]. The isotropic part of the potential is similar for all three isotopomers. In HD@C60, we observe mixing of the rotational states and an interference effect of the dipole moment terms due to the displacement of the HD rotation center from the fullerene cage center. 0021-9606 11 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS http://link.aip.org/link/?jcp/135/114511 135 American Institute of Physics electric moments Infrared spectroscopy of endohedral HD and D_2 in C_[60]
2433/162967 Kosuge, Shingo 2012/11/01 The behavior of Io’s atmosphere during and after eclipse is investigated on the basis of kinetic theory. The atmosphere is mainly composed of sulfur dioxide (SO2) gas, which condenses to or sublimates from the frost of SO2 on the surface depending on the variation of surface temperature (∼90–114 K). The atmosphere may also contain a noncondensable gas, such as sulfur monoxide (SO) or oxygen (O2), as a minor component. In the present study, an accurate numerical analysis for a model Boltzmann equation by a finite-difference method is performed for a one-dimensional atmosphere, and the detailed structure of unsteady gas flows caused by the phase transition of SO2 is clarified. For instance, the following scenario is obtained. The condensation of SO2 on the surface, starting when eclipse begins, gives rise to a downward flow of the atmosphere. The falling atmosphere then bounces upward when colliding with the lower atmosphere but soon falls again. This process of falling and bounce back of the atmosphere repeats during the eclipse, resulting in a temporal oscillation of the macroscopic quantities, such as the velocity and temperature, at a fixed altitude. For a pure SO2 atmosphere, the amplitude of the oscillation is large because of a fast downward flow, but the oscillation decays rapidly. In contrast, for a mixture, the downward flow is slow because the noncondensable gas adjacent to the surface hinders the condensation of SO2. The oscillation in this case is weak but lasts much longer than in the case of pure SO2. The present paper is complementary to the work by Moore et al. (Moore, C.H., Goldstein, D.B., Varghese, P.L., Trafton, L.M., Stewart, B. [2009]. Icarus 201, 585–597) using the direct simulation Monte Carlo (DSMC) method. 669 0019-1035 2 Icarus 658 221 Elsevier Inc. Io Unsteady flows in Io’s atmosphere caused by condensation and sublimation during and after eclipse: Numerical study based on a model Boltzmann equation
2433/128623 Nomura, Yoshiaki 2010/07/01 A numerical method using a path-independent H-integral based on the conservation integral was developed to analyze the singular stress field of a three-dimensional interfacial corner between anisotropic bimaterials under thermal stress. In the present method, the shape of the corner front is smooth. According to the theory of linear elasticity, asymptotic stress near the tip of a sharp interfacial corner is generally singular as a result of a mismatch of the materials’ elastic constants. The eigenvalues and the eigenfunctions are obtained using the Williams eigenfunction method, which depends on the anisotropic materials’ properties and the geometry of an interfacial corner. The order of the singularity related to the eigenvalue is real, complex or power-logarithmic. The amplitudes of the singular stress terms can be calculated using the H-integral. The stress and displacement around an interfacial corner for the H-integral are obtained using finite element analysis. In this study, a proposed definition of the stress intensity factors of an interfacial corner, which includes those of an interfacial crack and a homogeneous crack, is used to evaluate the singular stress fields. Asymptotic solutions of stress and displacement around an interfacial corner front are uniquely obtained using these stress intensity factors. To prove the accuracy of the present method, several different kinds of examples are shown such as interfacial corners or cracks in three-dimensional structures. 1784 0020-7683 14-15 International Journal of Solids and Structures 1775 47 Elsevier H-integral Stress intensity factor analysis of a three-dimensional interfacial corner between anisotropic bimaterials under thermal stress
2433/95085 Yokokawa, Ryuji 2010/01/07 Bio-concentrators have been proposed to concentrate and detect tiny amount of cells, DNAs, or proteins in a microfluidic system. Concentrating processes have been experimentally studied and discussed as a result of concentration caused by multiple electrokinetic phenomena. Here, we have investigated individual electrokinetic phenomenon in a DNA concentrator to propose a design guide for a micro-bio-concentrator. Three dominant electrokinetic phenomena: dielectrophoresis (DEP), electrophoresis (EP), and AC electroosmotic flow (AC-EOF) are experimentally and theoretically evaluated. DNA mobility due to DEP was separately studied by utilizing quadrupole electrodes generating a uniform field gradient, which enables us to derive a DEP force on the order of 10-13 N acting on a single DNA molecule. Using the theoretical model the DEP force on the order of 10-12 N, close to the experimental result, was calculated. The EP force estimated from the average charge per base pair of DNA molecule was on the order of 10-9 N. Compared with these two forces, AC-EOF generating a flow velocity of 100-200 μm/s, globally dominates the manipulation of DNA molecules throughout the concentrator. However, the three-dimensional observation of molecule distribution reveals that the EP force has a significant role in holding the DNA molecules at the electrode centre. The results not only support the proposal that the biomolecular concentrator should be designed to utilize AC-EOF and EP [1, 2], but also provide approximate estimates for the DEP and EP forces, and the AC-EOF velocity which will allow us to design a concentrator with a given experimental condition. 775 0925-4005 2 Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 769 143 Elsevier DNA concentrator Individual evaluation of DEP, EP and AC-EOF effects on λDNA molecules in a DNA concentrator
2433/187971 Imashuku, Susumu 2013/04/19 Zinc fluoride (ZnF[2]) was deposited on a silicon substrate by changing temperature of a pyroelectric crystal of LiTaO[3] on which ionic liquid (EMI-Tf[2]N) containing zinc ions was dripped at 1 Pa. ZnF[2] was also obtained by bombarding argon ions on EMI-Tf[2]N containing zinc ions. From these results, it is concluded that EMI-Tf[2]N containing zinc ions on the LiTaO[3] crystal was evaporated on the silicon substrate by changing temperature of the LiTaO[3] crystal in vacuum and that the evaporated EMI-Tf[2]N containing metal zinc ions was decomposed to ZnF[2] by the bombardment of electrons accelerated by the electric field between the LiTaO[3] crystal and the silicon substrate. "Application of Accelerators in Research and Industry"; Conference date: 5–10 August 2012; Location: Ft. Worth, TX, US 308 9780735411487 0094-243X AIP Conference Proceedings: Application of Accelerators in Research and Industry 305 1525 AIP Publishing Pyroelectric crystal Application Of Pyroelectric Crystal And Ionic Liquid To The Production Of Metal Compounds
2433/141939 Eriguchi, Koji 2011/06/01 A comprehensive model predicting the effects of plasma-induced damage (PID) on parameter variations in advanced metal–oxide–semiconductor field-effect transistors (MOSFETs) is proposed. The model focuses on the silicon recess structure (Si loss) in the source/drain extension region formed by high-energy ion bombardment during plasma etching. The model includes the following mechanisms: (1) damaged layer formation by ion impact and penetration, (2) Si recess structure formation by a subsequent wet etch, (3) MOSFET performance degradation, and (4) MOSFET parameter variation. Based on a range theory for plasma-etch damage, the thickness of the damaged layer exhibits a power-law dependence on the energy of the ion incident on the surface of Si substrate. Assuming that the damaged layer was formed during a gate or an offset spacer etch process, the depth of Si recess (dR) is a function of the depth profile of the created defect site (ndam), the wet-etch stripping time (tw), and the energy of the incident ion. It was found that dR also showed a power-law dependence on the average ion energy Ēion estimated from applied self-dc-bias voltage for various tw. As for MOSFET performance degradation, the threshold voltage (Vth) shifted and the shift (ΔVth) increased with an increase in Ēion and a decrease in gate length. This induces an increase in subthreshold leakage current (Ioff) for MOSFET. Technology computer-aided-design simulations were performed to confirm these results. By integrating the presented PID models, parameter variations could be predicted: Using a Monte Carlo method, it was demonstrated that PID increases parameter variations such as Vth and Ioff. It also was found that the variation in Ēion induces Vth and Ioff variations, comparable to that induced by other process parameter fluctuations such as dopant fluctuation and gate length. In summary, considering the effects of PID on parameter variations is vital for designing future ultralarge-scale-integrated circuits with billions of built-in MOSFETs. 0734-2101 4 Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A: Vacuum, Surfaces, and Films 29 American Vacuum Society ion beam effects Modeling of plasma-induced damage and its impacts on parameter variations in advanced electronic devices
2433/193940 Bergman, Åke 2012/11/15 Ever since the interest in organic environmental contaminants first emerged 50 years ago, there has been a need to present discussion of such chemicals and their transformation products using simple abbreviations so as to avoid the repetitive use of long chemical names. As the number of chemicals of concern has increased, the number of abbreviations has also increased dramatically, sometimes resulting in the use of different abbreviations for the same chemical. In this article, we propose abbreviations for flame retardants (FRs) substituted with bromine or chlorine atoms or including a functional group containing phosphorus, i.e. BFRs, CFRs and PFRs, respectively. Due to the large number of halogenated and organophosphorus FRs, it has become increasingly important to develop a strategy for abbreviating the chemical names of FRs. In this paper, a two step procedure is proposed for deriving practical abbreviations (PRABs) for the chemicals discussed. In the first step, structural abbreviations (STABs) are developed using specific STAB criteria based on the FR structure. However, since several of the derived STABs are complicated and long, we propose instead the use of PRABs. These are, commonly, an extract of the most essential part of the STAB, while also considering abbreviations previously used in the literature. We indicate how these can be used to develop an abbreviation that can be generally accepted by scientists and other professionals involved in FR related work. Tables with PRABs and STABs for BFRs, CFRs and PFRs are presented, including CAS (Chemical Abstract Service) numbers, notes of abbreviations that have been used previously, CA (Chemical Abstract) name, common names and trade names, as well as some fundamental physico-chemical constants. 82 0160-4120 Environment International 57 49 Elsevier Ltd. Brominated flame retardants A novel abbreviation standard for organobromine, organochlorine and organophosphorus flame retardants and some characteristics of the chemicals
2433/197744 Nakaye, Yasukazu 2011/10/10 We utilized an audio digitizer in energy-dispersive X-ray fluorescence (EDXRF) with a silicon drift detector and achieved a full width at half maximum (FWHM) of 178 eV at Mn Kα (92-µs peaking time). To confirm the ability of EDXRF with an audio digitizer, we also examined energy versus channel number linearity and output count rate. We applied it to EDXRF analysis of (ZnCd)S : Ag and showed a proper energy versus channel number linearity from 5.9 keV (Mn Kα) to 26.1 keV (Cd Kβ). And, the maximum output count rate of more than 10 kcps was obtained with 23-µs peaking time (296-eV FWHM). 448 0049-8246 6 X-Ray Spectrometry 446 40 wiley EDXRF with an audio digitizer
2433/194118 Satoh, Satoshi 2013/08/01 This paper proposes a repetitive control type optimal gait generation framework by executing learning control and parameter tuning. We propose a learning optimal control method of Hamiltonian systems unifying iterative learning control (ILC) and iterative feedback tuning (IFT). It allows one to simultaneously obtain an optimal feedforward input and tuning parameter for a plant system, which minimizes a given cost function. In the proposed method, a virtual constraint by a potential energy prevents a biped robot from falling. The strength of the constraint is automatically mitigated by the IFT part of the proposed method, according to the progress of trajectory learning by the ILC part. Published online: 23 January 2013 732 0263-5747 5 Robotica 717 31 Cambridge University Press Gait generation Gait generation via unified learning optimal control of Hamiltonian systems
2433/210585 Nakakubo, Yoshinori 2015/02/14 N5083 2162-8769 6 ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology N5077 4 Electrochemical Society capacitance Characterization of Plasma Process-Induced Latent Defects in Surface and Interface Layer of Si Substrate
2433/216072 Aoi, Shinya 2016/07/22 Multilegged locomotion improves the mobility of terrestrial animals and artifacts. Using many legs has advantages, such as the ability to avoid falling and to tolerate leg malfunction. However, many intrinsic degrees of freedom make the motion planning and control difficult, and many contact legs can impede the maneuverability during locomotion. The underlying mechanism for generating agile locomotion using many legs remains unclear from biological and engineering viewpoints. The present study used a centipede-like multilegged robot composed of six body segments and twelve legs. The body segments are passively connected through yaw joints with torsional springs. The dynamic stability of the robot walking in a straight line changes through a supercritical Hopf bifurcation due to the body axis flexibility. We focused on a quick turning task of the robot and quantitatively investigated the relationship between stability and maneuverability in multilegged locomotion by using a simple control strategy. Our experimental results show that the straight walk instability does help the turning maneuver. We discuss the importance and relevance of our findings for biological systems and propose a design principle for a simple control scheme to create maneuverable locomotion of multilegged robots. ムカデはなぜあれほど機敏に動けるのだろうか?－多足ロボットを用いた実験的検証－. 京都大学プレスリリース. 2016-07-22. 2045-2322 Scientific reports 6 Springer Nature Advantage of straight walk instability in turning maneuver of multilegged locomotion: a robotics approach.
2433/177912 Shintani, Megumi 2012/09/17 The location, orientation, and dynamics of hydrophobic small molecules in lipid membranes are studied through combined use of solution-state (1)H-NMR and MD simulation. 1-Naphthol and 1-methylnaphthalene were adopted as the small molecules with or without hydrophilic groups. The nuclear Overhauser effect (NOE) measurement was performed for large unilamellar vesicles (100 nm in diameter) composed of dimyristoylphosphatidylcholine (DMPC) and the naphthalene derivative. The transient NOE-SE (spin-echo) scheme previously reported (J. Phys. Chem. B, 2011, 115, 9106-9115) was employed to quantitatively determine the NOE cross relaxation rate constant between DMPC and the naphthalene derivative. The observed NOE shows that both the naphthalene derivatives distribute over a wide domain across the normal of the essentially planar membrane ranging from the hydrophobic core to the hydrophilic headgroup. The experimental NOE information was further refined in combination with the analysis of time correlation functions in MD simulation. It was found that 1-naphthol exhibits a slight preference for pointing its OH group toward the hydrophilic domain of the membrane and that no definite preference can be concluded for the orientation of 1-methylnaphthalene. When 1-naphthol and 1-methylnaphthalene are compared, the NOE is stronger for 1-naphthol due to the restricted motion of the OH group. The slowdown of the 1-naphthol motion is also evidenced by the (1)H spectral line width. 14060 1463-9076 40 Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP 14049 14 Royal Society of Chemistry Interaction of naphthalene derivatives with lipids in membranes studied by the 1H-nuclear Overhauser effect and molecular dynamics simulation.
2433/155478 Akutsu, Tatsuya 2012/07/01 This paper considers the problem of inferring a graph from the number of occurrences of vertex-labeled paths, which is closely related to the pre-image problem for graphs: to reconstruct a graph from its feature space representation. It is shown that both exact and approximate versions of the problem can be solved in polynomial time in the size of an output graph by using dynamic programming algorithms if the graphs are trees whose maximum degree is bounded by a constant and the lengths of given paths and alphabet size are bounded by constants. On the other hand, it is shown that this problem is strongly NP-hard even for trees of bounded degree if the maximum length of paths is not bounded. The problem of inferring a string from the number of occurrences of fixed size substrings is also studied. 1428 0166-218X 10-11 Discrete Applied Mathematics 1416 160 Elsevier B.V. Kernel method Inferring a graph from path frequency
2433/160218 Iwai, Toshihiro 2012/08/22 1751-8113 36 Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical 45 IOP PUBLISHING Poisson mechanics for perturbed MIC–Kepler problems at both positive and negative energies
2433/189263 Kamimoto, Shingo 2014/08/01 We develop the exact WKB analysis of an M2P1T (merging two simple poles and one simple turning point) Schrödinger equation. In Part II, using a WKB-theoretic transformation to the algebraic Mathieu equation constructed in Part I, we calculate the alien derivative of its Borel transformed WKB solutions at each fixed singular point relevant to the simple poles through the analysis of Borel transformed WKB solutions of the Legendre equations. In the course of the calculation of the alien derivative we make full use of microdifferential operators whose symbols are given by the infinite series that appear in the coefficients of the algebraic Mathieu equation and the Legendre equation. 613 0001-8708 Advances in Mathematics 565 260 Elsevier Inc. Exact WKB analysis Exact WKB analysis of a Schrödinger equation with a merging triplet of two simple poles and one simple turning point, II -- Its relevance to the Mathieu equation and the Legendre equation
2433/147155 Liew, Fong Fong 2011/08/01 A facile strategy of stepwise molding of a ribonucleopeptide (RNP) complex affords fluorescent RNP sensors with selective dopamine recognition. In vitro selection of a RNA-derived RNP library, a complex of the Rev peptide and its binding site Rev Responsive Element (RRE) RNA appended with random nucleotides in variable lengths, afforded RNP receptors specific for dopamine. The modular structure of the RNP receptor enables conversion of dopamine-binding RNP receptors to fluorescent dopamine sensors. Application of conditional selection schemes, such as the variation of salt concentrations and application of a counter-selection step by using a competitor ligand norepinephrine resulted in isolation of RNP receptors with defined dopamine-binding characteristics. Increasing the salt condition at the in vitro selection stage afforded RNP receptors with higher dopamine affinity, while addition of norepinephrine in the in vitro selection milieu at the counter-selection step reinforced the selectivity of RNP receptors to dopamine against norepinephrine. Thermodynamic analyses and circular dichroismic studies of the dopamine-RNP complexes suggest that the dopamine-binding RNP with higher selectivity against norepinephrine forms a pre-organized binding pocket and that the dopamine-binding RNP with higher affinity binds dopamine through the induced-fit mechanism. These results indicate that the selection condition controls the ligand-binding mechanism of RNP receptors. 4481 0968-0896 15 Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry 4473 19 Elsevier Ltd. In vitro selection Construction of dopamine sensors by using fluorescent ribonucleopeptide complexes.
2433/201888 Itagaki, Toru 2015/08/22 Eight types of poly(ethylene glycol)-lipid(PEG-lipids) carrying different lipid tails were synthesized. These PEG-lipids were labeled with fluorescein isothiocyanate (FITC-PEG-lipids) to examine their interaction with cells and to quantitatively determine amounts of PEG-lipids bound on the cell surface. FITC-PEG-lipids spontaneously anchored to the cell membrane within 15min without loss of cell viability. The type of lipid had very little effect on the anchoring rates, while an increase in the hydrophobicity of the lipid portion of the PEG-lipids slowed their dissociation rates. Densities of FITC-PEG-lipids on the cell surface ranged from 1×10(-3) to 1×10(-2)molecules/nm(2), depending on the kinds of lipids employed. The relationship between the stability of the lipids on the cell membrane and the hydrophobicity of the lipid moieties will give a basis for the selection of a hydrophobic moiety in PEG-lipid conjugates for use in specific applications. 773 0927-7765 Colloids and surfaces. B, Biointerfaces 765 135 Elsevier B.V. Cell surface modification Interaction between cells and poly(ethylene glycol)-lipid conjugates.
2433/200801 Iwaki, Kohei 2015/01/01 57 0034-5318 1 Publications of the Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences 1 51 European Mathematical Society Publishing House exact WKB analysis On WKB Theoretic Transformations for Painlevé Transcendents on Degenerate Stokes Segments
2433/148004 Maruyoshi, Kazunobu 2011/01/01 We study the generalized matrix model which corresponds to the n-point toric Virasoro conformal block. This describes four-dimensional N=2SU(2)[n] gauge theory with circular quiver diagram by the AGT relation. We first verify that the generalized matrix model is obtained from the perturbative calculation of the Liouville correlation function. We then derive the Seiberg-Witten curve for N=2 gauge theory as a spectral curve of the generalized matrix model. 1126-6708 1 Journal of High Energy Physics 2011 Springer Brane Dynamics in Gauge Theories Seiberg-Witten curve via generalized matrix model
2433/176354 Irie, Kei 2013/06/01 The objective of this note is to prove an existence result for brake orbits in classical Hamiltonian systems (which was first proved by S.V. Bolotin) by using Floer theory. To this end, we compute an open string analogue of symplectic homology (so called wrapped Floer homology) of some domains in cotangent bundles, which appear naturally in the study of classical Hamiltonian systems. The main part of the computations is to show invariance of wrapped Floer homology under certain handle attaching to domains. 396 0030-6126 2 Osaka Journal of Mathematics 363 50 Duke University Press Handle attaching in wrapped Floer homology and brake orbits in classical Hamiltonian systems
2433/216118 Ishizuka, Chikako 2015/01/20 Nuclear equation of state (EoS) plays an important role in understanding the formation of compact objects such as neutron stars and black holes. The true nature of the EoS has been a matter of debate at any density range not only in the nuclear physics but also in the astronomy and astrophysics. We have constructed a database of EoSs by compiling data from the literature. Our database contains the basic properties of the nuclear EoS of symmetric nuclear matter and of pure neutron matter. It also includes the detailed information about the theoretical models, for example the adopted methods and assumptions in individual models. The novelty of the database is to consider new experimental probes such as the symmetry energy, its slope relative to the baryon density, and the incompressibility, which enables the users to check their model dependences. We demonstrate the performance of the EOSDB through the examinations of the model dependence among different nuclear EoSs. It is reveled that some theoretical EoSs, which is commonly used in astrophysics, do not satisfactorily agree with the experimental 0004-6264 1 Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan 67 Oxford University Press (OUP) equation of state EOSDB: The database for nuclear equations of state
2433/169708 Saito, Keisuke 2012/10/05 Bacteriorhodopsin (BR) functions as a light-driven proton pump, whereas Anabaena sensory rhodopsin (ASR) is believed to function as a photosensor despite the high similarity in their protein sequences. In Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopic studies, the lowest O-D stretch for D(2)O was observed at ∼2200 cm(-1) in BR but was significantly higher in ASR (>2500 cm(-1)), which was previously attributed to a water molecule near the Schiff base (W402) that is H-bonded to Asp-85 in BR and Asp-75 in ASR. We investigated the factors that differentiate the lowest O-D stretches of W402 in BR and ASR. Quantum mechanical/molecular mechanical calculations reproduced the H-bond geometries of the crystal structures, and the calculated O-D stretching frequencies were corroborated by the FTIR band assignments. The potential energy profiles indicate that the smaller O-D stretching frequency in BR originates from the significantly higher pK(a)(Asp-85) in BR relative to the pK(a)(Asp-75) in ASR, which were calculated to be 1.5 and -5.1, respectively. The difference is mostly due to the influences of Ala-53, Arg-82, Glu-194-Glu-204, and Asp-212 on pK(a)(Asp-85) in BR and the corresponding residues Ser-47, Arg-72, Ser-188-Asp-198, and Pro-206 on pK(a)(Asp-75) in ASR. Because these residues participate in proton transfer pathways in BR but not in ASR, the presence of a strongly H-bonded water molecule near the Schiff base ultimately results from the proton-pumping activity in BR. 34018 0021-9258 41 The Journal of biological chemistry 34009 287 American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Factors that differentiate the H-bond strengths of water near the Schiff bases in bacteriorhodopsin and Anabaena sensory rhodopsin.
2433/64651 Takahashi, Yasuji 2001/01/01 193 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 189 1186 京都大学数理解析研究所 On James and Schaffer constants for Banach spaces (Topics in Information Sciences and Applied Functional Analysis)
2433/63948 Kaizu, Satoshi 2000/04/01 77 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 70 1145 京都大学数理解析研究所 A discrete compact injection and its application to the convection problems (Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations and Related Topics)
2433/64413 Hirota, Ryogo 2000/09/01 34 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 23 1170 京都大学数理解析研究所 Soliton Equations exhibiting "Pfaffian Solutions" (Recent Topics on Discrete Integrable Systems)
2433/64517 Sternberg, Peter 2000/12/01 128 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 118 1178 京都大学数理解析研究所 Recent Results on the Onset of Superconductivity : Domains with Corners (Nonlinear Diffusive Systems : Dynamics and Asymptotics)
2433/64162 Hiroshima, Fumio 2000/05/01 84 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 74 1156 京都大学数理解析研究所 Ground state measure and its applications (Spectral and Scattering Theory and Its Related Topics)
2433/64971 Yoshida, Toshihiro 2004/01/01 62 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 49 1351 京都大学数理解析研究所 Term Structure Modelling and Monetary Policy (6th Workshop on Stochastic Numerics)
2433/75368 Kunichika, Sango 1953/09/30 335 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 323 31 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Cyclopolyolefins Derived from Acetylene
2433/42329 Arai, Asao 2002/08/01 11 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1278 京都大学数理解析研究所 Non-relativistic Limit of a Dirac particle Interacting with the Quantum Radiation Field (Trends in Infinite Dimensional Analysis and Quantum Probability)
2433/41744 Huang, Feimin 2002/01/01 186 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 177 1247 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotics Toward the Viscous Shock Wave to an Inflow Problem in the Half Space for Compressible Viscous Gas (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/42703 田上, 真 2003/01/01 50 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 39 1299 京都大学数理解析研究所 ある非合同部分群に対するModular fusion algebraの非存在について (代数的組合せ論)
2433/41907 Kurasov, Pavel 2002/04/01 182 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 168 1255 京都大学数理解析研究所 On supersingular rank one perturbations of the selfadjoint operators (Spectral and Scattering Theory and Related Topics)
2433/41891 Tanigawa, Tomoyuki 2002/04/01 201 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 193 1254 京都大学数理解析研究所 Oscillation and nonoscillation theorems for a class of fourth order differential equations with deviating arguments (Dynamics of Functional Equations and Related Topics)
2433/25132 渡辺, 宏太郎 2004/01/01 94 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 85 1352 京都大学数理解析研究所 1次元Sobolev空間の再生核とSobolevの不等式の最良定数について (再生核の理論の応用)
2433/26080 Ishitani, Hiroshi 2004/11/01 31 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 21 1404 京都大学数理解析研究所 Central Limit Theorems for The Random Iterations of 1-dimensional Transformations (Dynamics of Complex Systems)
2433/46911 Iwasaki, Hiroji 1968/11/20 27 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 18 38 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Studies on the transport properties of fluids at high pressure : I. The viscosity of ammonia (The co-operative researches on the fundamental studies of the liquid phase reactions at high pressures)
2433/83776 KAJITANI, KUNIHIKO 1994/01/01 77 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 68 856 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Cauchy problem for a class of hyperbolic operators with double characteristics(Complex Analysis and Differential Equations)
2433/46972 Nakahara, Masaru 1973/04/30 84 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 75 42 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Ionic solutions under high pressures IV : effects of pressure on the mobilities and hydration of Bu4N+, Me4N+, K+ and Cl- ions
2433/46144 窪川, 眞男 1938/06/30 104 3 物理化學の進歩 90 12 日本物理化學研究會 還元ニッケルに依るメタンの分解 The decomposition of methane on reduced nickel
2433/48191 Kurokiba, Masaki 2006/02/01 8 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1475 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON A PERTURBED SYSTEM OF CHEMOTAXIS(Mathematical Models of Phenomena and Evolution Equations)
2433/76758 Fujinaga, Taitiro 1978/03/15 490 0023-6071 6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 482 55 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Kinetic Study of Salt Effect on Conversion Reaction of β to α-Dodecamolybdosilicate Complex
2433/47866 Inuiguchi, Masahiro 2005/11/01 130 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 123 1457 京都大学数理解析研究所 Necessity Measure Optimization in Linear Programming Problems with Interactive Fuzzy Numbers (Mathematical Theory and Applications of Uncertainty Sciences and Decision Making)
2433/47229 Suzuki, Junji 2005/04/01 213 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 200 1424 京都大学数理解析研究所 An application of the Bethe ansatz method to certain classes of ODE (Recent Trends in Exponential Asymptotics)
2433/63152 Yamashita, Hideyasu 1999/06/01 167 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 157 1100 京都大学数理解析研究所 Nonstandard Methods on Representations of the Canonical Commutation Relations
2433/63186 Kenig, Carlos E. 1999/06/01 48 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 35 1102 京都大学数理解析研究所 Generalized non-linear Schrodinger equations and related systems with derivative non-linearity (Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
2433/63229 Nakao, Mitsuhiro 1999/07/01 101 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 91 1105 京都大学数理解析研究所 Global existence and gradient estimates for some quasilinear parabolic equations (Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Applications)
2433/63210 Obitsu, Kunio 1999/07/01 180 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 173 1104 京都大学数理解析研究所 The asymptotic behavior of Eisenstein series and a comparison of the Weil-Petersson and the Zograf-Takhtajan metrics (Hyperbolic Spaces and Related Topics)
2433/61678 Bunder, M.W. 1997/12/01 135 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 119 1021 京都大学数理解析研究所 EQUIVALENCES BETWEEN ILLATIVE COMBINATORY LOGICS AND PURE TYPE SYSTEMS
2433/61917 Nakagiri, Shin-ichi 1998/04/01 13 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1034 京都大学数理解析研究所 Existence,uniqueness and continuous dependence of weak solutions of damped sine-Gordon equations
2433/62389 Kobayashi, Kazuo 1998/08/01 71 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 63 1061 京都大学数理解析研究所 $C^1$ APPROXIMATIONS OF INERTIAL MANIFOLDS VIA FINITE DIFFERENCES AND APPLICATIONS
2433/62076 Kiniwa, Jun 1998/04/01 34 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 27 1041 京都大学数理解析研究所 Lookahead Scheduling Requests for Efficient Paging (Algorithms and Theory of Computing)
2433/61848 PARK, JONG YEOUL 1998/04/01 181 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 168 1031 京都大学数理解析研究所 Variational inequalities, iterative algorithms GENERALIZED STRONGLY NONLINEAR QUASI-VARIATIONAL INEQUALITIES(NONLINEAR ANALYSIS AND CONVEX ANALYSIS)
2433/61957 小松, 玄 1998/04/01 21 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 11 1037 京都大学数理解析研究所 INVARIANT THEORY OF THE BERGMAN KERNEL IN DIMENSION TWO
2433/41768 Fukao, Takeshi 2002/02/01 46 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 35 1249 京都大学数理解析研究所 TWO-PHASE STEFAN PROBLEMS IN NON-CYLINDRICAL DOMAINS (International Conference on Reaction-Diffusion Systems : Theory and Applications)
2433/43130 Arisawa, Mariko 2003/05/01 58 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 45 1323 京都大学数理解析研究所 Some regularity results for degenerate elliptic second-order partial differential operators (Viscosity Solutions of Differential Equations and Related Topics)
2433/41667 Ikeda, Hiroshi 2002/01/01 23 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 17 1244 京都大学数理解析研究所 DISCRETE VERSION OF LIAO'S CLOSING LEMMA AND THE $C^1$ STABILITY CONJECTURE : HAS THE $C^1$ STABILITY CONJECTURE BEEN SOLVED? (Complex Systems and Theory of Dynamical Systems)
2433/41215 Shibata, Tetsutaro 2001/06/01 169 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 162 1216 京都大学数理解析研究所 Multiple interior layers of solutions to elliptic Sine-Gordon type ODE (Qualitative theory of functional equations and its application to mathematical science)
2433/41516 Abe, Takayuki 2001/10/01 205 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 195 1234 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the Stokes and Navier-Stokes flows between parallel planes (Tosio Kato's Method and Principle for Evolution Equations in Mathematical Physics)
2433/42014 Yasutomi, Yoshiyasu 2002/05/01 191 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 182 1261 京都大学数理解析研究所 Modified Elastic Wave Equations on Riemannian Manifolds and Kahler Manifolds (Microlocal Analysis and Related Topics)
2433/47084 Asano, Tsutomu 1980/02/20 119 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 109 49 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan A new method to estimate the intrinsic term in activation and reaction volumes
2433/46690 Kiyama, Ryo 1953/09/05 29 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 20 23 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The compressibility measurements on liquids
2433/47025 Inada, Etsuko 1976/06/30 29 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 19 46 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The pressure and temperature effects on the Walden products of Na+, K+, Cs+ and I- in water
2433/46527 Kubokawa, Masao 1938/08/31 104 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 90 12 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The decomposition of methane on reduced nickel
2433/46559 1939/12/31 206 0034-6675 3 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 201 13 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Abstract of the physico-chemical literature in Japan, author index
2433/50379 Fujita, M 2002/11/01 1098-0121 18 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v66/p184503 66 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Structural effect on the static spin and charge correlations in La1.875Ba0.125-xSrxCuO4
2433/50375 Yamada, I 2005/12/01 1098-0121 22 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v72/p224503 72 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Single-layer oxychloride superconductor Ca2-xCuO2Cl2 with A-site cation deficiency
2433/42558 Kumagai, Takashi 2002/11/01 54 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 42 1293 京都大学数理解析研究所 Function spaces and stochastic processes on fractals (Potential Theory and Related Topics)
2433/42274 Ito, Keiichi R. 2002/07/01 41 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 31 1275 京都大学数理解析研究所 Renormalization Group Flow of Two-Dimensional $O(N)$ Spin Model (Applications of Renormalization Group Methods in Mathematical Sciences)
2433/42480 Siconolfi, Antonio 2002/09/01 113 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 99 1287 京都大学数理解析研究所 Some formulae related to Hamilton-Jacobi equations of eikonal type (Viscosity Solutions of Differential Equations and Related Topics)
2433/41650 Koike, Shigeaki 2002/01/01 29 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 16 1242 京都大学数理解析研究所 Interior Holder continuity for viscosity solutions of fully nonlinear second-order uniformly elliptic PDEs with measurable ingredients (Studies on qualitative estimates on regularity and singularity of solutions of PDEs)
2433/26241 Takahashi, Wataru 2005/02/01 19 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 11 1415 京都大学数理解析研究所 Weak and Strong Convergence Theorems for Nonexpansive Semigroups in Banach Spaces (Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/25845 Adachi, Hideyuki 2004/08/01 160 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 147 1391 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Dynamic Analysis of an Economy with a Zero Interest Rate Bound (Mathematical Economics)
2433/41323 Fujita, Ken-Etsu 2001/07/01 113 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 105 1222 京都大学数理解析研究所 Parallel Computation and Synchronized Term Rewriting Systems : Extended Abstract (Algebraic Semigroups, Formal Languages and Computation)
2433/25217 Yamada, Yoshio 2004/02/01 33 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 24 1358 京都大学数理解析研究所 Existence of Global Solutions for the Shigesada-Kawasaki-Teramoto Model with Cross-Diffusion (Evolution Equations and Asymptotic Analysis of Solutions)
2433/24265 Aihara, Kazuyuki 1997/01/01 54 45 Forced Chaos in Nerve Membrances and its Modeling and Application to Chaotic Parallel Distributed Processing
2433/25640 Yoshino, Masafumi 2004/05/01 101 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 92 1377 京都大学数理解析研究所 MOSER'S QUESTION ON A SIMULTANEOUS APPROXIMATION OF A SET OF NUMBERS AND A SIMULTANEOUS NORMAL FORMS OF MAPS (Diophantine phenomena in differential equations and dynamical systems)
2433/75787 Furukawa, Junji 1961/03/10 34 0023-6071 1 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 20 39 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Kinetic Interpretation of Rheological Behavior of High Polymers
2433/76031 Watanabe, Akira 1964/11/20 400 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 389 42 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University On the Coalescence of Mercury Droplets in Aqueous Solutions
2433/59449 Kimura, Shigetomo 1995/04/01 153 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 146 906 京都大学数理解析研究所 Process Synthesis Extension of Synthesis Algorithm of Recursive Processes to $\mu$-calculus
2433/60062 UMENO, KEN 1996/02/01 132 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 123 938 京都大学数理解析研究所 NONINTEGRABILITY INDUCED BY NON-RESONANCE CHECKING
2433/60038 YAMAZAKI, SUSUMU 1996/02/01 151 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 140 937 京都大学数理解析研究所 SINGULARITIES OF THE BERGMAN KERNEL FOR A TWO-DIMENSIONAL PSEUDOCONVEX TUBE DOMAIN WITH CORNERS
2433/60604 Li, Ta-tsien 1996/09/01 109 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 95 966 京都大学数理解析研究所 Life-span of Classical Solutions to Nonlinear Wave Equations in Four Space Dimensions(Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Applications)
2433/60145 Ichikawa, Takashi 1996/04/01 182 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 172 942 京都大学数理解析研究所 Deformation of Degenerate Curves and Automorphic Functions on the Teichmuller Space(Deformations of Group Schemes and Number Theory)
2433/59979 MITSUI, Taketomo 1995/12/01 14 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 932 京都大学数理解析研究所 Stability Analysis of Numerical Solution of Stochastic Differential Equations(2nd Workshop on Stochastic Numerics)
2433/84356 梶原, 健司 1994/11/01 137 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 124 889 京都大学数理解析研究所 離散型パンルベ方程式とその周辺(非線形可積分系による応用解析)
2433/60304 Nemirovskii, S.K. 1996/05/01 60 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 51 949 京都大学数理解析研究所 NONLINEAR ACOUSTICS OF SUPERFLUID HELIUM
2433/81553 Sato, Shota 2008/04/01 134 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 124 1588 京都大学数理解析研究所 Existence of Solutions with Moving Singularities for a Semilinear Parabolic Equation (Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Mathematical Modeling)
2433/81557 Bandle, Catherine 2008/04/01 86 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 74 1588 京都大学数理解析研究所 Solutions having boundary layers to a nonlinear elliptic equation on a spherical cap (Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Mathematical Modeling)
2433/102117 FUKUSHIMA, Masao 1991/01/01 161 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 147 741 京都大学数理解析研究所 Equivalent Differentiable Optimization Problems and Descent Methods for Asymmetric Variational Inequality
2433/76129 Nakazawa, Atsushi 1966/10/31 365 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 354 44 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Unperturbed Dimension and Conformation of Polyvinyl Chloride Chain in Solution (Special Issue on Physical Chemistry)
2433/81262 Takahashi, Yasuji 2007/10/01 122 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 118 1570 京都大学数理解析研究所 Some results on von Neumann-Jordan type constants of Banach Spaces(Banach spaces, function spaces, inequalities and their applications)
2433/84301 MOTOHASHI, YOICHI 1994/09/01 227 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 214 886 京都大学数理解析研究所 The mean square of Hecke $L$-series attached to holomorphic cusp-forms(Analytic Number Theory)
2433/83495 KATSURADA, Masanori 1993/05/01 83 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 72 837 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic expansions of the mean values of Dirichlet $L$-functions IV
2433/83443 茨木, 智 1993/05/01 193 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 181 835 京都大学数理解析研究所 Primal-Dual Proximal Point Algorithm for Multicommodity Network Flow Problems(MATHEMATICAL OPTIMIZATION AND ITS APPLICATIONS)
2433/76235 Nakajima, Akio 1968/09/10 76 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 62 46 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Effects of Temperature on Molecular Conformations of Poly-γ-methyl-L-glutamate in Solvents (Special Issue on Polymer Chemistry, V)
2433/76300 Takada, Toshio 1969/12/16 307 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 298 47 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Magnetic Properties of Several Iron Compounds Studied by the Mossbauer Effect (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Rempei Gotoh On the Occasion of his Retirement)
2433/94863 Yukawa, Tetsuyuki 1992/02/20 この論文は国立情報学研究所の電子図書館事業により電子化されました。 684 0527-2997 5 物性研究 673 57 物性研究刊行会 量子カオスについて(基研短期研究会「数理物理学における非線形問題」,研究会報告) Quantum Chaos : Motion of energy levels of isolated systems and quasi-energy spectra of periodically kicked systems
2433/101653 Oda, Mitsuru 1989/12/01 246 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 235 709 京都大学数理解析研究所 An Approach to Knowledge Representation using Multi-world Logic
2433/160051 Blanchard, F. 2012/08/09 A terahertz microscope has been used to excite and observe the resonant modes of a single split ring resonator in the reactive and radiative near-field zones. The two lowest resonant modes of an isolated split ring resonator with their corresponding radiation patterns are reported; they showed good agreement to simulations. The passage from the reactive to radiative near-field zone is also discussed. Further, our result introduced a novel technique to perform terahertz time-domain spectroscopy of samples a few tens of micrometers in size by measuring the in-plane radiative near-field zone. 19403 1094-4087 17 Optics Express 19395 20 Optical Society of America Terahertz spectroscopy of the reactive and radiative near-field zones of split ring resonator
2433/140265 Iglesias, Andres 2009/01/01 128 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 114 1624 京都大学数理解析研究所 Facing the Challenges of the New European Space of Higher Education Through Effective Use of Computer Algebra Systems as an Educational Tool (Computer Algebra Systems and Education : A Research about Effective Use of CAS in Mathematics Education)
2433/80802 Suzuki, Mami 2007/04/01 86 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 78 1547 京都大学数理解析研究所 Analytic solutions 固有値が1の二階非線形差分方程式に帰着される、ある関数方程式について(現象からの関数方程式)
2433/124819 FURUZAWA, Tamotsu 1972/12/01 36 0454-7675 1 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 23 22 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Spectra of Body Waves from Local Small Earthquakes in the Southern Parts of Kyoto
2433/123765 YOKOSI, Shoitiro 1965/03/25 51 0454-7675 3 Bulletin of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute 41 14 Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Direct Measurement of Bottom Shear Stresses in Open Channel Flows
2433/140790 SOUGANIDIS, PANAGIOTIS E. 2009/05/01 40 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 31 1651 京都大学数理解析研究所 RATES OF CONVERGENCE FOR MONOTONE APPROXIMATIONS OF VISCOSITY SOLUTIONS OF FULLY NONLINEAR UNIFORMLY ELLIPTIC PDE (Viscosity Solutions of Differential Equations and Related Topics)
2433/81187 Gilbert, Robert P. 2007/07/01 38 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 24 1566 京都大学数理解析研究所 Modeling the Acoustic Behavior of Cancellous Bone(Solution methods by computers in analysis)
2433/84125 Akahori, Takao 1994/06/01 128 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 117 875 京都大学数理解析研究所 A SURVEY OF DEFORMATION THEORY OF CR-STRUCTURES(Nilpotent Geometry and Analysis)
2433/141129 Mizuta, Yoshihiro 2009/11/01 102 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 91 1669 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 46E30 Sobolev's inequality for Orlicz-Sobolev spaces of variable exponents (Potential Theory and its related Fields)
2433/41125 Kataoka, Kiyoomi 2001/06/01 85 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 76 1211 京都大学数理解析研究所 Solvability of a class of differential equations in the sheaf of microfunctions with holomorphic parameters (Asymptotic Analysis and Microlocal Analysis of PDE)
2433/41138 Ichinobe, Kunio 2001/06/01 194 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 185 1211 京都大学数理解析研究所 The Borel Sum of Divergent Barnes Hypergeometric Series and its Application to a Partial Differential Equation (Asymptotic Analysis and Microlocal Analysis of PDE)
2433/41121 Yamazaki, Mitsuru 2001/06/01 53 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 44 1211 京都大学数理解析研究所 Mild Solutions to the discrete Boltzmann equation with linear and quadratic terms for the initial data with locally finite entropy (Asymptotic Analysis and Microlocal Analysis of PDE)
2433/140223 NISHIOKA, Kunio 2009/01/01 66 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 53 1620 京都大学数理解析研究所 Economic growth under two stochastic perturbations (The 8th Workshop on Stochastic Numerics)
2433/82250 Ikeda, Tsutomu 1991/07/01 40 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 19 762 京都大学数理解析研究所 An interfacial approach to regional segregation of two competing species mediated by a predator(Mathematical Topics in Biology)
2433/83254 YAMAZAKI, MITSURU 1993/03/01 42 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 30 824 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the Discrete Boltzmann Equation with Linear and Nonlinear Terms(Mathematical Analysis of Phenomena in Fluid and Plasma Dynamics)
2433/84193 Supriyono 1994/07/01 158 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 150 880 京都大学数理解析研究所 常微分方程式の大きなシステムに対する補外法の有効性(数値計算アルゴリズムの現状と展望) Extrapolation Methods for Large Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations(The State of the Art of Scientific Computing and Its Prospect)
2433/84371 IKEHATA, MASARU 1994/12/01 130 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 120 890 京都大学数理解析研究所 Inversion Formulas arising in Inverse Boundary Value Problems
2433/84310 KATSURADA, Masanori 1994/09/01 123 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 114 886 京都大学数理解析研究所 Some asymptotic results on Hurwitz zeta-functions(Analytic Number Theory)
2433/128858 Odake, S. 2010/05/14 We provide analytic proofs for the shape invariance of the recently discovered [ Odake and Sasaki, Phys. Lett. B 679, 414 (2009) ] two families of infinitely many exactly solvable one-dimensional quantum mechanical potentials. These potentials are obtained by deforming the well-known radial oscillator potential or the Darboux–Pöschl–Teller potential by a degree ℓ (ℓ = 1,2,…) eigenpolynomial. The shape invariance conditions are attributed to new polynomial identities of degree 3ℓ involving cubic products of the Laguerre or Jacobi polynomials. These identities are proved elementarily by combining simple identities. 0022-2488 5 Journal of Mathematical Physics 51 American Institute of Physics Infinitely many shape-invariant potentials and cubic identities of the Laguerre and Jacobi polynomials
2433/191618 Tamai, Shigenobu 1976/10/25 林内光の直射成分, すなわち陽斑点 (Sunfleck, SF) について調べた。林内の相対照度が4. 7％の日野ヒノキ林 (滋賀県蒲生郡日野町綿向山) で陽斑点を調べた結果, 全測定数中陽斑点は23％であるが, 量的にみると総受光量の63％が陽斑点により占められていることがわかった。陽斑点の空間分布はほとんど機会分布をしており, 太陽高度が低くなるにつれ機会分布から一様分布に変化する傾向がみられた。陽斑点出現率 (SFn rate) は1日のうちで太陽高度が最も高い時必ずしも高くならず, その前後にピークを示していた。全天空写真により角高度について林冠空隙率 (G, ％) を調べた結果, 調査林分ではGのピークは40 - 70度の間にあり季節変化しSFn rateのピークを示す角高度と一致した。陽斑点の大きさ (l) とその中心の相対照度 (r_u), 陽斑点の中心からの距離 (d) とその点の明るさ (r) の関係を求めることにより陽斑点の出現率と量の推定が可能となった。陽斑点の必要測定点数 (N) は陽斑点の時期的移動, 測定所要時間を考慮するとこの調査林分では25点 (100m_2) 以上必要である。 79 0368-511X 京都大学農学部演習林報告 = BULLETIN OF THE KYOTO UNIVERSITY FORESTS 69 48 京都大学農学部附属演習林 林分構造と光環境に関する研究 (II) : 陽斑点の測定法 (1) Studies on the Stand Structure and Light Climate (II) : Methods of Investigating the Sunfleck on the Forest Floor (1)
2433/191718 安藤, 信 1980/12/25 過剰Cu処理された当年生クロマツ苗の光合成, 及び呼吸速度を調べた。土壊に処理された溶液 (CuCl_2) の濃度は0, 40, 120, 260, 430ppmであった。その結果の概要は 1) 光合成速度は定数b, b/aで決定される P=bI/(1+aI), あるいは1/P=1/(bl)+a/bであらわされる。定数b, b/aは, 季節とともに変化するが, Cu処理濃度によっても異なる。2) 定数bは時間の経過とともにその値が小さくなる。このことは, 弱光域での光-光合成曲線の傾きが, 生育初期で高いことを示している。全期間を通じて, 高濃度処理と低濃度あるいは無処理のbの値はほとんどかわらないが, 中濃度処理のものは低い値を示すように思われる。(図5) 3) 定数b/aは一般に季節を追うに従って小さくなる傾向がみられる。光合成によるCO_2吸収は, 発芽直後最も高い。処理濃度が高くなれば, b/aの値は小さくなる。処理間の差は時とともによりはっきりしてくる。(図6) 4) 呼吸速度は発芽直後最も高い値を示す。すべての処理で, 呼吸速度は10月迄徐々に低下していくが, 11月はやや高い値を示す。高濃度処理区の呼吸速度は他の処理区のものより高い値を示す。5) 葉量そして葉の生長は図7に示すように処理間で明らかな差が認められる。 10 0368-511X 京都大学農学部演習林報告 = BULLETIN OF THE KYOTO UNIVERSITY FORESTS 1 52 京都大学農学部附属演習林 Heavy metal pollution and tree growth I : Photosynthesis and respiration of excessive Cu treated one-year-old Pinus Thunbergii seedlings 重金属汚染と樹木の生長 I : 過剰Cu処理された当年生クロマツ苗の光合成及び呼吸
2433/192276 Phuong, L. Q. 2014/12/08 We studied the dynamics of photogenerated carriers in Cu2ZnSnS4 (CZTS) single crystals using femtosecond transient reflectivity (TR) and optical pump-THz probe transient absorption (THz-TA) spectroscopy. The TR and THz-TA decay dynamics consistently showed that free carriers have long lifetimes of up to a few nanoseconds. The excitation-photon-energy-dependent TR measurements revealed a slow picosecond energy relaxation of free carriers to the band edge in CZTS. The relaxation and recombination dynamics of free carriers were affected by nonradiative recombinations at the surface. Our results revealed a global feature of energy relaxation and recombination processes of free carriers in CZTS single crystals. 0003-6951 23 Applied Physics Letters 105 American Institute of Physics Ultrafast free-carrier dynamics in Cu2ZnSnS4 single crystals studied using femtosecond time-resolved optical spectroscopy
2433/187882 SEGATA, Jun-ichi 2011/05/01 92 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 81 B26 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35Q55 Well-posedness and standing waves for the fourth-order non-linear Schrodinger-type equation (Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
2433/195559 Kagei, Yoshiyuki 2014/01/01 40 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 29 1875 京都大学数理解析研究所 On large time behavior of solutions to the compressible Navier-Stokes equation around a time periodic parallel flow (Mathematical Analysis of Incompressible Flow)
2433/194392 Higuchi, Yasunari 2012/08/01 139 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 125 1805 京都大学数理解析研究所 Scaling relations for percolation in the 2D high temperature Ising Model (Applications of the Renormalization Group Methods in Mathematical Sciences)
2433/194827 Iwabuchi, Tsukasa 2013/04/01 41 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 34 1830 京都大学数理解析研究所 GLOBAL SOLUTIONS FOR THE ROTATING NAVIER-STOKES EQUATIONS (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/194712 Kumagai, Takashi 2013/01/01 106 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 97 1823 京都大学数理解析研究所 Random conductance models on $mathbb{Z}^d$ (Stochastic Processes and Statistical Phenomena behind PDEs)
2433/195121 Jimbo, Shuichi 2013/09/01 137 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 127 1850 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic behavior of eigenvalues of the Laplacian with the mixed boundary condition and its application (Geometry of solutions of partial differential equations)
2433/195124 BIANCHINI, CHIARA 2013/09/01 89 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 79 1850 京都大学数理解析研究所 A NOTE ON AN OVERDETERMINED PROBLEM WITH NON-CONSTANT NEUMANN BOUNDARY CONDITION (Geometry of solutions of partial differential equations)
2433/195238 Uchiyama, Kohei 2013/10/01 18 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 10 1855 京都大学数理解析研究所 The expected volume of Wiener sausage for Brownian bridge joining the origin to a point outside a parabolic region (Probability Symposium)
2433/195703 Umehara, Morimichi 2014/04/01 115 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 105 1885 京都大学数理解析研究所 Large-time existence of the spherically symmetric flow of a self-gravitating viscous gas (Unified understanding of self-organizations in N-body systems governed by long-range interaction)
2433/195674 Makino, Tetu 2014/04/01 99 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 84 1883 京都大学数理解析研究所 On an Application of Nash-Moser Theory to the Vacuum Boundary Problem of Gas Dynamics (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/194608 Nakano, Yumiharu 2012/12/01 157 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 148 1818 京都大学数理解析研究所 An approximation scheme for optimal stochastic control problems (Financial Modeling and Analysis)
2433/195321 Takatsu, Asuka 2013/11/01 62 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 52 1862 京都大学数理解析研究所 Properties of $q$-Gaussian measures related to the isoperimetric and concentration profiles (Geometry of Moduli Space of Low Dimensional Manifolds)
2433/195277 OJIMA, Izumi 2013/10/01 137 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 127 1859 京都大学数理解析研究所 Gauge Invariance, Gauge Fixing, and Gauge Independence (Mathematical Quantum Field Theory and Related Topics)
2433/176848 ARAI, Asao 2010/04/01 13 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 1 B16 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 81Q10 Strong Time Operators in Algebraic Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Field Theory (Spectral and Scattering Theory and Related Topics)
2433/176835 KUTO, Kousuke 2009/12/01 14 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 1 B15 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35B32 Shadow system for adsorbate-induced phase transition model (Mathematical analysis on the self-organization and self-similarity)
2433/176756 YOSHINO, Masafumi 2008/11/01 234 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 225 B10 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35C10 Analytic-Liouville-nonintegrable Hamiltonian systems (Differential Equations and Exact WKB Analysis)
2433/174213 KUSUOKA, Shigeo 2008/01/01 176 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 167 B6 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 70F45 A mechanical model of Markov processes (Proceedings of RIMS Workshop on Stochastic Analysis and Applications)
2433/174132 SASAKURA, NAOKI 2013/04/01 A rank-three tensor model in canonical formalism has recently been proposed. The model describes consistent local-time evolutions of fuzzy spaces through a set of first-class constraints which form an on-shell closed algebra with structure functions. In fact, the algebra provides an algebraically consistent discretization of the Dirac–DeWitt constraint algebra in the canonical formalism of general relativity. However, the configuration space of this model contains obvious degeneracies of representing identical fuzzy spaces. In this paper, to delete the degeneracies, another first-class constraint representing a scaling symmetry is added to propose a new canonical rank-three tensor model. A consequence is that, while classical solutions of the previous model have typically runaway or vanishing behaviors, the new model has a compact configuration space and its classical solutions asymptotically approach either fixed points or cyclic orbits in time evolution. Among others, fixed points contain configurations with group symmetries, and may represent stationary symmetric fuzzy spaces. Another consequence on the uniqueness of the local Hamiltonian constraint is also discussed, and a minimal canonical tensor model, which is unique, is given. 0217-751X 10 International Journal of Modern Physics A 28 World Scientific Publishing Quantum gravity A CANONICAL RANK-THREE TENSOR MODEL WITH A SCALING CONSTRAINT
2433/174218 FUNAKI, Tadahisa 2008/01/01 109 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 97 B6 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 60K35 A scaling limit for weakly pinned Gaussian random walks (Proceedings of RIMS Workshop on Stochastic Analysis and Applications)
2433/172757 Kusano, Takasi 2012/03/01 31 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 21 1786 京都大学数理解析研究所 Precise asymptotic behavior of positive solutions of generalized Thomas : Fermi differential equations (Progress in Qualitative Theory of Functional Equations)
2433/178475 OZAWA, Izuo 1964/12/01 The theoretical values of the earth tidal constants l3 and h3 have been calculated by use of the Gutenberg's model of the earth construction by H. Takeuchi et al. and I. M. Longman. In this paper, the present author (I. Ozawa) observes the ter-diurnal components of the tidal linear strains of the earth by means of highly sensitive extensometers which have been devised by him at Osakayama Observatory and Kishu Mine. From these observations, the M3-components of linear strains in some directions are analyzed and the observed values of h3-613 are calculated as 0.638. According to this study, the observed magnitude of h3-6l3 is about twice as large as the theoretical values which have been calculated by Takeuchi et al. and Longman, but the observed phase lags of M3-tide components of the strain elements have good agreements with the theoretical ones in the almost observations. 8 0454-7837 Special Contributions of the Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University 1 4 Geophysical Institute, Kyoto University ON OBSERVATION OF THE TER-DIURNAL COMPONENT OF THE EARTH'S TIDAL STRAIN
2433/170288 Shiga, Hironori 2010/10/01 203 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 193 1715 京都大学数理解析研究所 Jacobi's theta-hypergeometric formula in 2 variables : some applications of the modular forms on the hyperball (Automorphic forms, automorphic representations and related topics)
2433/170745 Liu, Xuefeng 2011/03/01 39 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 31 1733 京都大学数理解析研究所 Verified eigenvalue evaluation for Laplace operator on arbitrary polygonal domain (Mathematical foundation and development of algorithms for scientific computing)
2433/170356 Watanabe, Yoshitaka 2010/11/01 129 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 118 1719 京都大学数理解析研究所 無限次元固有値問題に対する固有値の非存在証明 (数値解析と数値計算アルゴリズムの最近の展開) Some eigenvalue excluding methods for infinite dimensional operators (Recent Developments of Numerical Analysis and Numerical Computation Algorithms)
2433/170196 PETHO, ATTILA 2010/08/01 92 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 85 1710 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF PISOT AND CNS POLYNOMIALS (Analytic number theory and related topics)
2433/170904 Nagasawa, Takeyuki 2011/05/01 23 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 11 1740 京都大学数理解析研究所 Gradient Flow for the Helfrich Variational Problem (Progress in Variational Problems : New Trends of Geometric Gradient Flow and Critical Point Theory)
2433/170938 Saito, Naoki 2011/05/01 90 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 77 1743 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the Phase Transition Phenomenon of Graph Laplacian Eigenfunctions on Trees (Recent development and scientific applications in wavelet analysis)
2433/171427 Veen, Roland van der 2011/09/01 62 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 52 1766 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotics of spin networks (Intelligence of Low-dimensional Topology)
2433/53376 KOMATSU, K. 1976/10/30 Strength of double lap joints of wood (Lawson cypress) including a glued end butt joint at center was analyzed by applying Fracture Mechanics. Approximate stress analysis was conducted in accordance with Volkersen type theory. Apparent strain energy release rate G^* of the joints was derived from applying the J-integral to the stress components. It was assumed that the apparent strain energy release rate G^* of the joints was propotional to the strain energy release rate G of cracked adhesive joint specimen subjecting to shear force and expressed as G^*=NG. Fracture criterion was assumed that when G^* reached its critical value G^*_c (=NG_C), fracture occured at the right-angled corner of the joints. Experimental results showed good applicability of derived equation on predicting strength of the joints when N was 0.5 and G_c was 0.25 kg・cm/cm^2. A simple but conservative design equation between strength and the half lap length of the joints based on the experimental results and derived equation was proposed. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 24 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 11 61 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Application of Fracture Mechanics to Strength Analysis of Glued Lap Joints
2433/66360 Nakashima, Hiroshi 2008/10/24 Recent findings on the functions of roots from the chemical and biological standpoints have strengthened the need for research on the mechanisms of root growth by physical and mathematical approaches. This study was aimed at developing a root growth model, based on dynamic interactions between the root and its ambient environment. As a tool for modelling, we employed the discrete element method (DEM) with the assumption that root growth could be expressed in terms of dynamic interactions between growing root elements and soil elements. Using a corresponding time scale, the results of a DEM simulation indicated a sufficiently accurate shape of root elongation, which could be verified by a root growth experiment. Moreover, a comparison of fractal dimensions from DEM results and experimental results showed almost similar values of 1.0, which is the dimension of a line. 66 1881-6754 Plant Root 58 http://joi.jlc.jst.go.jp/JST.JSTAGE/plantroot/2.58 2 Japanese Society for Root Research computational mechanics A model of root elongation by dynamic contact interaction
2433/77039 Nemoto, Norio 1983/09/20 213 0023-6071 3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 203 61 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Raman, IR and CD Spectroscopy on Aggregates and Gels of Lysozyme in Alcohols (Special Issue on Polymer Chemistry, XVIII)
2433/64618 RajaSekhar, G.P. 2001/01/01 29 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 13 1184 京都大学数理解析研究所 Fundamental Process of the Self-Organization of Waterway Network in Granular Material (Mathematical Aspects of Complex Fluids II)
2433/46990 Asano, Tsutomu 1974/01/31 91 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 82 43 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan "Void" and "expansion" volume contributions to reaction and activation volumes of nearly nonpolar reactions
2433/47020 Tanaka, Yoshiyuki 1976/02/29 103 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 93 45 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Evaluation and correlation of viscosity data : the most probable values of the viscosity of gaseous propane and propylene
2433/53304 MOROOKA, Toshiro 1986/12/28 The dielectric properties of (cellulose oligo-oxymethylene ether) acylates were measured over a wide frequency and temperature range. The resulting complex dielectric constants (ε^*) were found to be closely related to complex dynamic modulus (E^*) in the region of the mechanical β and γ processes through the following expression: (ε^*-ε_U)l(ε_R-ε_U)=1-(E^*-E_R)l(E_U-E_R) where ε_R and ε_U are the relaxed and unrelaxed dielectric constant, while E_R and E_U are the relaxed and unrelaxed dynamic modulus. From this, we used the dielectric relaxation data for discussing the ft and y processes so far detected by mechanical experiment. In the dielectric measurement at constant temperatures, the γ absorption for the acetate exhibited a marked peak, while the ft absorption appeared as a low frequency shoulder to the γ peak. The normalized absorption curves for the f process in the acetate at temperatures between -70℃ and 0℃ reduced to a single curve (master curve). However, the absorption curves below -80℃ deviated from the master curve, but instead, they were on the master curve for the pivalate. In accord with this, the plots of (ε_R-ε_U) vs. temperature in the γ region for the acetate changed sharply at about -80℃. From these findings, the molecular relaxation mechanism for the f process in the acetate was considered to be different below and above ca. -80℃. The similar results were drawn for other COAs with linear side chain. It was also shown that the β process gave unexpectedly large values of the activation entropy (100eu or more), and the process was confirmed to be due to the micro-Brownian motion of the side chain. この論文は国立情報学研究所の学術雑誌公開支援事業により電子化されました。 34 0049-7916 Wood research : bulletin of the Wood Research Institute Kyoto University 22 73 Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University Dielectric Properties of (Cellulose Oligo-Oxymethylene Ether) Acylates
2433/56851 Takahashi, Nobuhiro 1999/03/24 137 岩本ゼミナール機関誌 121 3 京都大学経済学部岩本武和研究室 INDUSTRIAL POLICY AND INTRA-INDUSTRY TRADE : STRUCTUAL REGULATION IN AN OPEN ECONOMY
2433/58306 Hoff, David 2006/05/01 161 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 154 1495 京都大学数理解析研究所 uniqueness Continuous Dependence on Initial Data for Multidimensional, Viscous,Compressible Flows(Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics : A conference in honor of Professor Tai-Ping Liu on his 60th Birthday)
2433/47642 Funakubo, Minoru 2005/07/01 66 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 56 1445 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic Stability for the Linear Integro-Differential Equation $\dot{x}(t)=ax(t)-b\int^t_{t-h}x(s)ds$ (Functional Equations and Complex Systems)
2433/47633 Kusano, Takasi 2005/07/01 187 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 177 1445 京都大学数理解析研究所 Comparison Theorems for Perturbed Half-linear Euler Differential Equations (Functional Equations and Complex Systems)
2433/77278 Shiojiri, Makoto 1989/03/15 529 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 517 66 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University High-Resolution Electron Microscopy Observation of A Solid-Solid Reaction of Tellurium Films with Silver (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Natsu Uyeda, on the Occasion of His Retirment)
2433/77515 Mukoyama, Takeshi 1993/09/30 103 0023-6071 2 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 94 71 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Energy Dependence of Multielectron Transitions in X-Ray Absorption of Atoms (Commemoration Issue Dedicated to Professor Tohru Takenaka On the Occasion of His Retirement)
2433/77481 Azuma, Masaki 1993/02/26 493 0023-6071 5-6 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 482 70 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Synthesis of Infinite-layered Superconductors under High Pressure
2433/58052 Yoshimura, Yasuhiro 2006/04/01 114 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 106 1481 京都大学数理解析研究所 A note on demi-eigenvalues for uniformly elliptic Isaacs operators(Viscosity Solution Theory of Differential Equations and its Developments)
2433/47485 Nishio, Hidenosuke 2005/06/01 162 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 155 1437 京都大学数理解析研究所 Commentary on Fritz von Haeseler's paper : "On a Problem in Information Dynamics of Cellular Automata"
2433/47476 Yamamura, Akihiro 2005/06/01 106 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 97 1437 京都大学数理解析研究所 Homomorphic encryption functions and cryptographic protocols (Algebra, Languages and Computation)
2433/46102 窪川, 眞男 1937/08/30 261 4 物理化學の進歩 251 11 日本物理化學研究會 白金表面に於けるメタンの分解（第二報） The decomposition of methane on the surface of platinum [II]
2433/171862 Funagane, Hitoshi 2012/03/01 73 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 62 1782 京都大学数理解析研究所 Hagen-Poiseuille and thermal transpiration flows of a highly rarefied gas (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/170000 Takimoto, Kazuhiro 2010/08/01 171 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 158 1702 京都大学数理解析研究所 Removability of level sets for two classes of fully nonlinear equations (New Developments of Functional Equations in Mathematical Analysis)
2433/170580 Obitsu, Kunio 2011/03/01 51 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 40 1731 京都大学数理解析研究所 Weil-Petersson幾何の問題 (複素幾何学の諸問題)
2433/170557 TONEGAWA, YOSHIHIRO 2011/02/01 146 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 138 1730 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON THE TIME-GLOBAL EXISTENCE FOR NON-NEWTONIAN TOW-PHASE FLOW WITH DIFFERENT DENSITIES (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/171117 Shibata, Tetsutaro 2011/07/01 28 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 17 1750 京都大学数理解析研究所 Direct and inverse bifurcation problems for nonlinear Sturm-Liouville problems (Mathematical Analysis and Functional Equations from New Points of View)
2433/179432 Quang Phuong, Le 2013/11/05 We have studied the photocarrier localization and recombination dynamics in Cu[2]ZnSnS[4] single crystals at room temperature. The band-gap energy and tail states below the band edge were evaluated by a combination of photoluminescence (PL), PL excitation, photocurrent, and femtosecond transient reflectivity spectroscopy. The photocarriers are rapidly localized to shallow tail states within a typical time constant of several picoseconds to a few tens of picoseconds. The sub-nanosecond PL decay dynamics indicate the importance of multiple carrier trapping processes in the shallow tail states. Therefore, it is concluded that the tail states dominate the optical responses of Cu[2]ZnSnS[4] single crystals. 0003-6951 19 Applied Physics Letters 103 AIP Publishing Photocarrier localization and recombination dynamics in Cu[2]ZnSnS[4] single crystals
2433/201627 Masai, Hirokazu 2015/08/21 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, aggregation of Eu cations is observed, whereas homogeneous atomic dispersion in the CaF2 layer, to substitute Ca(2+) ions, is observed in the eutectics at high concentrations. Eu LIII edge X-ray absorption fine structure (XAFS) analysis suggests that neutron responses do not depend on the amount of Eu(2+) ions. However, transparency, which depends on an ordered lamellar structure, is found to be important for a high light yield in neutron detection. The results confirm the effectiveness of the basic idea concerning the separation of radiation absorbers and activators in particle radiation scintillation and present potential for further improvement of novel bulk detectors. 2045-2322 Scientific reports 5 Nature Publishing Group Local coordination state of rare earth in eutectic scintillators for neutron detector applications.
2433/201897 Miyazaki, Kenzo 2015/08/17 It is demonstrated that a homogeneous nanograting having the groove period much smaller than the laser wavelength (∼800 nm) can be fabricated on metals in air through ablation induced by interfering femtosecond laser pulses (100 fs at a repetition rate of 10 Hz). Morphological changes on stainless steel and Ti surfaces, observed with an increase in superimposed shots of the laser pulses at a low fluence, have shown that the nanograting is developed through bonding structure change at the interference fringes, plasmonic near-field ablation to create parallel grooves on the fringe, and subsequent excitation of surface plasmon polaritons to regulate the groove intervals at 1/3 or 1/4 of the fringe period over the whole irradiated area. Calculation for a model target having a thin oxide layer on the metal substrate reproduces well the observed groove periods and explains the mechanism for the nanograting formation. 0003-6951 7 Applied Physics Letters 107 AIP Publishing Nanograting formation on metals in air with interfering femtosecond laser pulses
2433/86437 Kobayashi, Takashi 1970/01/23 Kyoto University フタロシアニンおよびその金属誘導体の遠赤外スペクトル The far infrared spectra of phthalocyanine and its metal derivatives
2433/86363 Otsuki, Nobukazu 1985/11/25 Kyoto University リアプノフ様関数と測地流 Lyapunov-like functions and geodesic flows
2433/209058 YAGINUMA, Naohiro 2013/09/01 207 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 193 B43 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 31B20 On the Dirichlet problem of the biharmonic equation for the half-space (Potential Theory and its Related Fields)
2433/209046 OKUBO, NAOTO 2013/08/01 41 1881-6193 数理解析研究所講究録別冊 = RIMS Kokyuroku Bessatsu 25 B41 京都大学数理解析研究所 MSC: 35Q53 Discrete Integrable Systems and Cluster Algebras (The breadth and depth of nonlinear discrete integrable systems)
2433/210230 Kuzyk, Anton 2016/02/02 Nature has developed striking light-powered proteins such as bacteriorhodopsin, which can convert light energy into conformational changes for biological functions. Such natural machines are a great source of inspiration for creation of their synthetic analogues. However, synthetic molecular machines typically operate at the nanometre scale or below. Translating controlled operation of individual molecular machines to a larger dimension, for example, to 10-100 nm, which features many practical applications, is highly important but remains challenging. Here we demonstrate a light-driven plasmonic nanosystem that can amplify the molecular motion of azobenzene through the host nanostructure and consequently translate it into reversible chiroptical function with large amplitude modulation. Light is exploited as both energy source and information probe. Our plasmonic nanosystem bears unique features of optical addressability, reversibility and modulability, which are crucial for developing all-optical molecular devices with desired functionalities. 2041-1723 Nature Communications 7 Nature Publishing Group Physical sciences A light-driven three-dimensional plasmonic nanosystem that translates molecular motion into reversible chiroptical function
2433/214819 Shioda, Tetsuji 2006/01/01 115 代数幾何学シンポジウム記録 105 2006 京都大学数理解析研究所 Some topics on elliptic K3 surfaces : Profile of some beautiful K3's
2433/193287 Gao, Da-Ming 2015/05/15 A new isomerization reaction was developed to synthesize rare ketoses. d-Tagatose, d-xylulose, and d-ribulose were obtained in the maximum yields of 24%, 38%, and 40%, respectively, from the corresponding aldoses, d-galactose, d-xylose, and d-ribose, by treating the aldoses with 80% (v/v) subcritical aqueous ethanol at 180°C. The maximum productivity of d-tagatose was ca. 80g/(Lh). Increasing the concentration of ethanol significantly increased the isomerization of d-galactose. Variation in the reaction temperature did not significantly affect the production of d-tagatose from d-galactose. Subcritical aqueous ethanol converted both 2, 3-threo and 2, 3-erythro aldoses to the corresponding C-2 ketoses in high yields. Thus, the treatment of common aldoses in subcritical aqueous ethanol can be regarded as a new method to synthesize the corresponding rare sugars. 470 0308-8146 Food chemistry 465 175 Elsevier Ltd. D-Tagatose Production of rare sugars from common sugars in subcritical aqueous ethanol.
2433/191220 Kinoshita, Katsuyuki 2015/02/01 We have developed a method for detecting fatigue in aluminum alloys that is based on a applying a ferromagnetic electroless Ni–Co–P plating and then using an electromagnetic impedance (EMI) method to determine its permeability properties by measuring the high-frequency AC impedance of a coil sensor in the presence of a static magnetic field. The results obtained confirmed that this method can estimate the fatigue evolution of a specimen until the point at which the cumulative strain becomes saturated by using measurements obtained by the EMI method under tensile deformation and FEM analysis results. 86 0304-8853 Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 80 375 Elsevier B.V. Ni–Co–P plating Estimation of fatigue evolution of aluminum alloy plated with electroless NI–CO–P by using electromagnetic impedance method
2433/153406 Takahashi, Tomohiro 2012/02/07 We study pathologies in AdS black branes in Lovelock theory. More precisely, we examine the conditions that AdS black branes have a naked singularity, ghost instability and dynamical instability. From the point of view of the AdS/CFT correspondence, pathologies in AdS black branes indicate pathologies in the corresponding CFT. Hence, in Lovelock theory, we need to be careful when we apply AdS/CFT to various phenomena such as the shear viscosity to entropy ratio in strongly coupled quantum field theory. 0264-9381 3 Classical and Quantum Gravity 29 IOP Publishing Pathologies in Lovelock AdS black branes and AdS/CFT
2433/154855 Suda, Kayo 2012/04/01 Excitation wavelength dependence of photo-induced intramolecular excited state proton transfer reaction of 4′-N, N-diethylamino-3-hydroxyflavone in various liquids has been investigated by steady-state and time-resolved fluorescence measurements. It was found that the relative fluorescence intensity of the tautomer excited state to that of the normal excited state significantly decreases in ionic liquids with changing the excitation wavelength from 380 to 470 nm. The initial proton transfer rate excited at 470 nm was different from that obtained at 400 nm excitation. The excitation wavelength dependence was discussed in relation with the inhomogeneous distribution of the solute in the ionic liquids. 74 0009-2614 Chemical Physics Letters 70 531 Elsevier B.V. Excitation wavelength dependence of photo-induced intramolecular proton transfer reaction of 4′-N,N-diethylamino-3-hydroxyflavone in various liquids
2433/120333 Saka, Shiro 2010/07/01 The production of glycerol as a by-product is unavoidable in the current conventional biodiesel manufacturing processes. Since biodiesel production is expected to increase in the near future, effective utilization of glycerol will become an issue of interest. In this study, therefore, a process consisting of subcritical acetic acid treatment to convert rapeseed oil to fatty acids and triacetin followed by conversion of the obtained fatty acids to their fatty acid methyl esters in supercritical methanol treatment was investigated. The obtained results clearly revealed that this two-step reaction could proceed effectively at a high reaction rate, and that fatty acid methyl esters and triacetin could be obtained under milder reaction condition than the one-step process utilizing supercritical methyl acetate and supercritical methanol. 1446 0016-2361 7 Fuel 1442 89 Elsevier Biodiesel New process for catalyst-free biodiesel production using subcritical acetic acid and supercritical methanol
2433/39715 Miyachi, Takashi 2005/07/01 Ferroelectric lead zirconate titanate(PZT) elements were studied by directly bombarding them with hypervelocity silver particles. The mass and velocity of these hypervelocity silver particles ranged from 1to80pg and 2to6km/s, respectively. This report examines the pulsed signals observed immediately after collision. The first cycle of the pulse is discussed because the information on impact is presumably recorded on the wave form. The experimental data were analyzed using the wave form that was generated immediately after collision. Consequently, the following conclusions were made: (1) the sensitivity of the element is independent of the thickness of element, (2) the pulse height is proportional to the particle momentum over the measured range, and (3) the wave form is not explicitly related to the velocity of the particles at the time of collision. The potential of a single PZT element acts as a real-time detector for hypervelocity microparticles is discussed. 0021-8979 1 JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 98 American Institute of Physics Response from piezoelectric elements appearing immediately after collisions with silver particles
2433/39857 Yakushi, K 2002/12/15 1098-0121 23 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v66/p235102 66 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Charge-ordering and magnetic phase transitions in theta-(BDT-TTP)(2)Cu(NCS)(2)
2433/85161 LI, Minghua 2008/07/01 The redox (Reduction-Oxidation) flow battery is one of the most promising rechargeable batteries due to its ability to average loads and output of power sources. The transient characteristics are well known as the remarkable feature of the battery. Then it can also compensate for a sudden voltage drop. The dynamics are governed by the chemical reactions, fluid flow, and electrical circuit of its structure. This causes the difficulty of the analysis at transient state. This paper discusses the transient behavior of the redox flow battery based on chemical reactions. The concentration change of vanadium ions depends on the chemical reactions and the flow of electrolysis solution. The chemical reaction rate is restricted by the attached external electric circuit. In this paper, a model of the transient behavior is introduced. The validity of the derived model is examined based on experiments for a tested micro-redox flow battery system. 1747 0916-8508 7 IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer 1741 E91-A IEICE - Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers redox flow battery A Coupled Dynamical Model of Redox Flow Battery Based on Chemical Reaction, Fluid Flow, and Electrical Circuit
2433/188000 Funato, Mitsuru 2013/01/25 The optical polarization properties in nonpolar (1{1¯}00) AlxGa{1−x}N/AlN quantum wells (QWs) are investigated over the full range of Al compositions. The k⋅p calculation predicts that the lowest energy optical transition in (1{1¯}00) AlxGa1−xN layers pseudomorphically grown on unstrained AlN is dipole allowed for the electric field vector parallel to the [0001] direction, and that the degree of polarization is hardly affected by the AlxGa{1−x}N QW width regardless of the Al composition. Experimentally, AlxGa{1−x}N/AlN QWs (0≤x≤0.81) are homoepitaxially grown on AlN substrates. Photoluminescence spectroscopy reveals that the emissions of all QWs, including GaN/AlN QWs, are strongly polarized along the [0001] direction. This result agrees with the theoretical prediction. 1098-0121 4 Physical Review B 87 American Physical Society Strong optical polarization in nonpolar(1{1¯}00)AlxGa{1-x}N/AlN quantum wells
2433/123368 Ikeda, Kazuhiro 2008/03/01 In this study, we investigated the partition property of pyrene onto cell membrane using synthetic membrane vesicles consisted of several phospholipids and the effect of natural organic matters (NOM) on the partition. Membrane fluidity and membrane phase affected partition coefficient (P mw ) of pyrene onto the membrane. P mw was larger for the liposome in liquid crystalline phase > in ripple phase > in gel phase. Pyrene did not undergo the steric interfere in partition onto the membrane used in this study. Negative charge of the membrane did not affect P mw of pyrene. Suwannee River Natural Organic Matter (NOM) and Nordic fulvic acid affected the partition of pyrene onto the TRANSIL® membrane. The reason was confirmed that NOM associated pyrene did not partition onto the membrane. Low molecular weigh fraction of SRNOM had strong effect on the partition as much as high molecular weigh fraction. From calorimetrical analysis, it was found that SRNOM did not affect the fluidity of the dimyristoylphosphatidylcholine (DMPC) membrane. 97 1226-7988 2 KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering 91 12 Springer pyrene Partition property of pyrene onto synthetic membrane vesicles and the effects of natural organic matters
2433/88963 Taketomi, Shinya 2008/09/01 Despite extensive investigations, the distribution of hydrogen around a stress singularity field is still not well understood. In this study, we conducted molecular statics (MS) analyses of the hydrogen-trap energy around a {112}<111> edge dislocation in alpha iron. The distribution of hydrogen in crystals is generally assumed to be dominated by hydrostatic stress. However, the MS results indicate that the hydrogen-trap energy is sensitive to shear stress as well as hydrostatic stress, thus indicating that strong trap sites are distributed across a wide range on the slip plane around the dislocation core. We also performed molecular dynamics simulation of hydrogen diffusion, and revealed the anisotropic diffusion behaviour of hydrogen around the dislocation core. 3769 1359-6454 15 Acta Materialia 3761 56 Elsevier Hydrogen diffusion Atomistic study of hydrogen distribution and diffusion around a {112}<111> edge dislocation in alpha iron
2433/148379 Togo, Atsushi 2010/01/01 Thermal properties of ternary carbides with composition Ti3SiC2, Ti3AlC2, and Ti3GeC2 were studied using the first-principles phonon calculations. The thermal expansions, the heat capacities at constant pressure, and the isothermal bulk moduli at finite temperatures were obtained under the quasiharmonic approximation. Comparisons were made with the available experimental data and excellent agreements were obtained. Phonon band structures and partial density of states were investigated. These compounds present unusual localized phonon states at low frequencies, which are due to atomiclike vibrations parallel to the basal plane of the Si, Al, or Ge elements. 1098-0121 17 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevB.81.174301 81 AMER PHYSICAL SOC First-principles phonon calculations of thermal expansion in Ti3SiC2, Ti3AlC2, and Ti3GeC2
2433/187984 Tsuji, Tetsuro 2012/11/27 Unsteady motion of a rarefied gas in a half space, caused by an infinitely wide plate when it starts a longitudinal and harmonic oscillation, is investigated numerically on the basis of the Bhatnagar-Gross-Krook (BGK) model of the Boltzmann equation. A deterministic method capable of describing the singularities in the molecular velocity distribution function produced by the oscillating plate, which was developed recently by the authors, is used as a solution method, and the unsteady behavior of the gas is obtained accurately. The streaming motion and the attenuation of the wave, observed in the existing work using the direct simulation Monte Carlo (DSMC) method (T. Ohwada and M. Kunihisa, in Rarefied Gas Dynamics , AIP, Melville, 2003, pp. 202-209), are also obtained. In addition, some pieces of numerical evidence that clarify the long-time behavior of the gas are provided. For example, one-period averages of the momentum and energy fluxes across the oscillating plate tend to approach their values for a periodic state (a constant for the momentum flux and zero for the energy flux) slowly, the rate of approach being likely to be inversely proportional to the square root of time. "28th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics 2012"; Conference date: 9–13 July 2012; Location: Zaragoza, Spain 122 9780735411159 0094-243X AIP Conference Proceedings: 28th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics 2012 115 1501 AIP Publishing Rarefied gas dynamics Numerical Analysis of Nonlinear Acoustic Wave Propagation in a Rarefied Gas
2433/188015 Rodriguez, S. R. K. 2012/10/17 We demonstrate the generation of light in an optical waveguide strongly coupled to a periodic array of metallic nanoantennas. This coupling gives rise to hybrid waveguide-plasmon polaritons (WPPs), which undergo a transmutation from plasmon to waveguide mode and vice versa as the eigenfrequency detuning of the bare states transits through zero. Near zero detuning, the structure is nearly transparent in the far-field but sustains strong local field enhancements inside the waveguide. Consequently, light-emitting WPPs are strongly enhanced at energies and in-plane momenta for which WPPs minimize light extinction. We elucidate the unusual properties of these polaritons through a classical model of coupled harmonic oscillators. 0031-9007 16 Physical Review Letters 109 American Physical Society Light-Emitting Waveguide-Plasmon Polaritons
2433/109849 Bardoux, R. 2009/04/01 We report microphotoluminescence spectroscopy performed on individual and ensemble InGaN/GaN quantum disks (Q-disks). The typical spectrum of a single Q-disk exhibited the contribution of localization centers (LCs) formed in the InGaN active layer of the Q-disks, characterized by sharp lines appearing on the low energy side of the spectra. In addition, a broader emission peak identified as the luminescence of the quasi-two-dimensional (2D) InGaN active layer surrounding the LCs appears systematically at higher energy. Time-resolved photoluminescence experiment performed on single Q-disks exhibited the excitonic transfer, from the 2D InGaN active layer to LCs, at the submicroscopic scale. Excitation power dependence studies and linear polarization analysis allowed us to identify a biexciton complex confined in a LC in a single Q-disk with a surprising positive binding energy of 13 meV. The absence of screening effect by increasing the excitation power density and the fast excitonic radiative lifetime of a few hundred picoseconds that we measured on several individual Q-disks indicate that the absence of internal electric field in the structure can explain the observed positive biexciton binding energy. 1098-0121 15 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevB.79.155307 79 American Physical Society biexcitons Positive binding energy of a biexciton confined in a localization center formed in a single InxGa1-xN/GaN quantum disk
2433/163442 Hayashi, Hiroyuki 2011/02/01 Mn-doped γ-Ga2O3 thin films with a defective spinel structure have been epitaxially grown on spinel (100) substrates using pulsed laser deposition. The crystal quality of the films is strongly dependent on preparation conditions, particularly substrate temperature and laser energy density, as well as Mn concentration. In the 7 cation% Mn-doped film grown under the optimized conditions, the full width at half maximum in the x-ray diffraction rocking curve for the (400) plane is 117 arcsec and the root-mean-square roughness of the surface is approximately 0.4 nm. These values are comparable to those of the spinel substrate. The film shows a uniform tetragonal distortion with a tetragonality of 1.05. 583 0884-2914 4 JOURNAL OF MATERIALS RESEARCH 578 26 Cambridge University Press Epitaxy Epitaxial growth of Mn-doped gamma-Ga2O3 on spinel substrate
2433/200656 Mori, Masayuki X 2015/02/11 Transient receptor potential canonical (TRPC) channels are Ca(2+)-permeable, nonselective cation channels that carry receptor-operated Ca(2+) currents (ROCs) triggered by receptor-induced, phospholipase C (PLC)-catalyzed hydrolysis of phosphatidylinositol 4, 5-bisphosphate [PI(4, 5)P2]. Within the vasculature, TRPC channel ROCs contribute to smooth muscle cell depolarization, vasoconstriction, and vascular remodeling. However, TRPC channel ROCs exhibit a variable response to receptor-stimulation, and the regulatory mechanisms governing TRPC channel activity remain obscure. The variability of ROCs may be explained by their complex regulation by PI(4, 5)P2 and its metabolites, which differentially affect TRPC channel activity. To resolve the complex regulation of ROCs, the use of voltage-sensing phosphoinositide phosphatases and model simulation have helped to reveal the time-dependent contribution of PI(4, 5)P2 and the possible role of PI(4, 5)P2 in the regulation of ROCs. These approaches may provide unprecedented insight into the dynamics of PI(4, 5)P2 regulation of TRPC channels and the fundamental mechanisms underlying transmembrane ion flow. Within that context, we summarize the regulation of TRPC channels and their coupling to receptor-mediated signaling, as well as the application of voltage-sensing phosphoinositide phosphatases to this research. We also discuss the controversial bidirectional effects of PI(4, 5)P2 using a model simulation that could explain the complicated effects of PI(4, 5)P2 on different ROCs. 1663-9812 Frontiers in pharmacology 6 Frontiers receptor-operated calcium current Dynamics of receptor-operated Ca(2+) currents through TRPC channels controlled via the PI(4,5)P2-PLC signaling pathway.
2433/200193 Park, Nokeun 2014/10/08 We investigated the recrystallization behavior of a cold-rolled CoCrCuFeNi high-entropy alloy (HEA). Two different face-centered cubic phases having different chemical compositions and lattice constants in the as-cast specimen have different chemical compositions: One phase was the Cu-lean matrix and the other was the Cu-rich second phase. The second phase remained even after a heat treatment at 1373 K (1100 °C) and Cu enriched more in the Cu-rich second phase. The calculated mixing enthalpies of both Cu-lean and Cu-rich phases in the as-cast and heat-treated specimens explained that Cu partitioning during the heat treatment decreased the mixing enthalpy in both phases. In the specimens 90 pct cold rolled and annealed at 923 K, 973 K, and 1073 K (650 °C, 700 °C, and 800 °C), recrystallization proceeded with increasing the annealing temperature, and ultrafine recrystallized grains with grain sizes around 1 μm could be obtained. The microhardness tended to decrease with increasing the fraction recrystallized, but it was found that the microhardness values of partially recrystallized specimens were much higher than those expected by a simple rule of mixture between the initial and cold-rolled specimens. The reason for the higher hardness was discussed based on the ultrafine grain size, sluggish diffusion expected in HEAs, and two-phase structure in the CoCrCuFeNi alloy. 1487 1073-5623 4 Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A 1481 46 Springer US Recrystallization Behavior of CoCrCuFeNi High-Entropy Alloy
2433/201594 Seko, Atsuto 2015/11/01 Compounds of low lattice thermal conductivity (LTC) are essential for seeking thermoelectric materials with high conversion efficiency. Some strategies have been used to decrease LTC. However, such trials have yielded successes only within a limited exploration space. Here, we report the virtual screening of a library containing 54 779 compounds. Our strategy is to search the library through Bayesian optimization using for the initial data the LTC obtained from first-principles anharmonic lattice-dynamics calculations for a set of 101 compounds. We discovered 221 materials with very low LTC. Two of them even have an electronic band gap <1 eV, which makes them exceptional candidates for thermoelectric applications. In addition to those newly discovered thermoelectric materials, the present strategy is believed to be powerful for many other applications in which the chemistry of materials is required to be optimized. マテリアルズ・インフォマティクス手法により超低熱伝導物質を高効率に多数発見 -材料科学と情報科学の融合研究に革新的成果-. 京都大学プレスリリース. 2015-11-13. 0031-9007 20 Physical Review Letters 115 American Physical Society Prediction of Low-Thermal-Conductivity Compounds with First-Principles Anharmonic Lattice-Dynamics Calculations and Bayesian Optimization
2433/198912 Theerachaisupakij, Woraporn 2002/01/01 The simultaneous phenomenon of particle deposition and reentrainment on a vibrating wall has been studied experimentally. Aerosols that were generated by dispersing alumina powder, of size 3.8-12.5 μm mass median diameter, were transported into a vertical glass tube equipped with a vibration motor. The formation process of the particle deposition layer in the tube was observed through a digital video camera with a zoom lens. The experimental results showed that wall vibration was effective to enhance particle reentrainment. Critical flow velocity for the case of no particle layer formation decreased with increasing vibration acceleration and/or particle diameter. In contrast, at a velocity below the critical value, the wall vibration increased the amount of particles deposited on the wall. The critical condition for no particle layer formation under wall vibration was explained using a moment balance model. 300 0921-8831 3 Advanced Powder Technology 287 13 Brill Effects of wall vibration on particle deposition and reentrainment in aerosol flow
2433/216926 Tanabe, Katsuaki 2016/01/07 We modeled the dynamics of hydrogen and deuterium adsorbed on palladium nanoparticles including the heat generation induced by the chemical adsorption and desorption, as well as palladium-catalyzed reactions. Our calculations based on the proposed model reproduce the experimental time-evolution of pressure and temperature with a single set of fitting parameters for hydrogen and deuterium injection. The model we generated with a highly generalized set of formulations can be applied for any combination of a gas species and a catalytic adsorbent/absorbent. Our model can be used as a basis for future research into hydrogen storage and solid-state nuclear fusion technologies. 2405-8440 1 Heliyon 2 Elsevier Ltd Chemical engineering Modeling of hydrogen/deuterium dynamics and heat generation on palladium nanoparticles for hydrogen storage and solid-state nuclear fusion
2433/192986 Tosaka, Masatoshi 2013/11/01 Phase behavior of silica-filled poly(dimethylsiloxane) (PDMS) network was investigated by wide-angle X-ray diffraction (WAXD) under various strain ratio between room temperature and −100 °C, and anomalous polymorphic behavior was discovered. At room temperature, when sufficient strain was applied, PDMS network was found to transform into the mesomorphic phase from which only a pair of sharp equatorial reflections and faint meridional scattering were obtained in the WAXD pattern. At low temperature, PDMS network crystallized into one of three different crystal forms according to strain ratio. These crystal forms were denoted as α, transient, and β forms in the descending order of corresponding strain ratio. The mesomorphic phase at room temperature transformed into the crystalline α form by reducing temperature. There was an anomalous feature about the transition of the crystalline forms that the position of reflections in the WAXD pattern changed continuously and reversibly with strain between the α and the β forms through the transient form, while keeping the diffraction angles almost unchanged. 2724 0303-402X 11 Colloid and Polymer Science 2719 291 Springer Berlin Heidelberg Strain-induced crystallization Strain- and temperature-induced polymorphism of poly(dimethylsiloxane)
2433/154864 ZHANG, YING-LI 2012/01/01 We consider a model of non-local gravity with a large bare cosmological constant, Λ, and study its cosmological solutions. The model is characterized by a function f(ψ) = f0e[αψ], where ψ = □[-1]R and α is a real dimensionless parameter. In the absence of matter, we find an expanding universe solution a ∝ t[n] with n < 1, that is, a universe with decelerated expansion without any fine-tuning of the parameter. Thus the effect of the cosmological constant is effectively shielded in this solution. It has been known that solutions in non-local gravity often suffer from the existence of ghost modes. In the present case, we find the solution is ghost-free if α > α[cr] ≈ 0.17. This is quite a weak condition. We argue that the solution is stable against the inclusion of matter fields. Thus our solution opens up new possibilities for solution to the cosmological constant problem. 0218-2718 01 International Journal of Modern Physics D 21 World Scientific Publishing Non-local gravity SCREENING OF COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT IN NON-LOCAL COSMOLOGY
2433/141840 Tanaka, Hidenori 2011/08/01 The structures of poly(methyl-n-propylsilane) (PMPrS) amphiphilically modified through γ-ray-induced graft polymerization were investigated with 1H NMR measurement. By the use of methyl methacrylate (MMA) or diethyl fumarate (DEF) as monomers for the graft polymerization, grafting yield rose with increasing total absorption dose and monomer concentrations, but decreased with increasing dose rate. This result means that grafting yield of modified PMPrS can be controlled by changing irradiation conditions. However, the number of PMMA or PDEF graft chains per PMPrS chain was estimated to be less than 1.0 by analysis of 1H NMR spectra, and this value was lower than that we had expected. To improve graft density, maleic anhydride (MAH), which is known as a non-homopolymerizable monomer in radical polymerization, was used as a monomer for grafting. As a result, high density grafting (one MAH unit for 4.2 silicon atoms) was attained. It demonstrates that the structure of γ-ray-modified polysilane strongly depends on the polymerization characteristics of grafted monomers. 889 0969-806X 8 Radiation Physics and Chemistry 884 80 Elsevier Ltd. Polysilanes Radiation-induced graft polymerization of amphiphilic monomers with different polymerization characteristics onto hydrophobic polysilane
2433/179299 Yoshiie, T. 2013/05/15 In Fe–Cu alloys, Cu precipitates are formed during high-energy particle irradiation. If there exists energetic binding between vacancies and Cu atoms, vacancy clusters (voids) are formed in precipitates at an initial stage of irradiation, separate from voids in the matrix, because of the migration of Cu atoms with vacancies. In this paper, the damage rate dependence on the formation and annihilation of voids in the precipitates and in the matrix is simulated by reaction kinetic analysis. The initial formation of voids at precipitates, the annihilation of them with an increased dosage and new formation of voids in the matrix are simulated, and the results are compared with the experiments. In a high damage rate of 3.3 × 10^[−7] dpa/s, the formation of voids in Cu precipitates is not significant, but the formation of voids in the matrix is dominant, different from those in a low damage rate of 1.5 × 10^[−10] dpa/s. 41 0168-583X Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms 37 303 Elsevier B.V. Reaction kinetic analysis Reaction kinetic analysis of damage rate effects on defect structural evolution in Fe–Cu
2433/64112 Minsky, Yair N. 2000/05/01 19 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1153 京都大学数理解析研究所 SHORT GEODESICS AND END INVARIANTS (Comprehensive Research on Complex Dynamical Systems and Related Fields)
2433/63962 Iguchi, Tatsuo 2000/04/01 120 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 100 1146 京都大学数理解析研究所 On steady surface waves over a rough periodic bottom : relations between the pattern of imperfect bifurcation and the shape of the bottom (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/63747 Uchiyama, Kohei 2000/02/01 116 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 101 1134 京都大学数理解析研究所 Interacting Brownian Particles in Multi-Dimensions (Applications of Renormalization Group Methods in Mathematical Sciences)
2433/63492 Inoue, Michiko 1999/12/01 87 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 78 1120 京都大学数理解析研究所 線形化可能な分散共有メモリの無待機な実現 (新しいパラダイムとしてのアルゴリズム工学) Wait-Free Linearizable Implementation of a Distributed Shared Memory (Algorithm Engineering as a New Paradigm)
2433/63442 Senba, Takasi 1999/11/01 97 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 64 1117 京都大学数理解析研究所 Chemotactic Collapse in a Parabolic - Elliptic System of Mathematical Biology (Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/64100 Sumi, Hiroki 2000/05/01 171 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 154 1153 京都大学数理解析研究所 Semi-hyperbolic dynamics on $\overline{\mathbb{C}}$-bundles (Comprehensive Research on Complex Dynamical Systems and Related Fields)
2433/64198 Matsumoto, Waichiro 2000/06/01 42 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 26 1158 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON THE CAUCHY PROBLEM FOR SYSTEMS OF PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (Microlocal Analysis and Related Topics)
2433/61940 ASHINO, RYUICHI 1998/04/01 45 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 23 1036 京都大学数理解析研究所 Pseudodifferential operators GABOR,WAVELET AND CHIRPLET TRANSFORMS IN THE STUDY OF PSEUDODIFFERENTIAL OPERATORS(Structure of Solutions for Partial Differential Equations)
2433/61933 CANNONE, MARCO 1998/04/01 159 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 139 1036 京都大学数理解析研究所 MAXIMAL FUNCTIONS INEQUALITIES AND NAVIER-STOKES(Structure of Solutions for Partial Differential Equations)
2433/49913 Onuki, A 2005/12/01 1539-3755 6 PHYSICAL REVIEW E http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRE/v72/p066304 72 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Droplet motion with phase change in a temperature gradient
2433/76454 Koizumi, Naokazu 1973/02/28 576 0023-6071 5 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 499 50 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Numerical Tables of Response Functions and their Integrals for Debye, Cole-Cole, and Davidson-Cole types of Dielectric Relaxation
2433/41535 Kumagai, Takashi 2001/10/01 114 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 91 1235 京都大学数理解析研究所 Construction of diffusion processes penetrating fractals : An application of the theory of Besov spaces (Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
2433/41954 Kosugi, Satoshi 2002/04/01 130 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 108 1258 京都大学数理解析研究所 Eigenvalues of elliptic operators and singular perturbations (Nonlinear Diffusive Systems and Related Topics)
2433/41745 Zhu, Peicheng 2002/01/01 207 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 187 1247 京都大学数理解析研究所 Existence and asymptotic stability of stationary solution to the full compressible Navier-Stokes equations in the half space (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/26007 Oda, Takayuki 2004/10/01 111 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 82 1398 京都大学数理解析研究所 The standard $(\mathfrak{g}, K)$-modules of $S_p(2,\mathbf{R})$ I : The case of principal series (Construction of Automorphic Forms and Its Applications)
2433/41374 Ooshida, Takeshi 2001/07/01 143 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 122 1225 京都大学数理解析研究所 Regularized long-wave expansion : a kind of summation method developed for a free-surface problem of a thin liquid layer falling down a solid wall (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/26056 Saal, Jurgen 2004/11/01 108 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 82 1401 京都大学数理解析研究所 Rotating Navier-Stokes Equations in $\mathbb{R}^3_+$ with Initial Data Nondecreasing at Infinity : The Ekman Boundary Layer Problem (Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
2433/49935 Kanno, S 2002/10/15 0556-2821 8 PHYSICAL REVIEW D http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRD/v66/p083506 66 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Radion and holographic brane gravity
2433/83704 Honda, Kohei 1993/10/01 77 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 61 851 京都大学数理解析研究所 Types for Dyadic Interaction
2433/49996 Kudoh, H 2002/05/15 0556-2821 10 PHYSICAL REVIEW D http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRD/v65/p104034 65 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Second order perturbations in the radius stabilized Randall-Sundrum two branes model
2433/50023 Fujimoto, S 2006/05/01 1098-0121 18 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v73/p184401 73 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Low-energy properties of two-dimensional quantum triangular antiferromagnets: Nonperturbative renormalization group approach
2433/46164 松山, 秀雄 1938/12/01 191 6 物理化學の進歩 168 12 日本物理化學研究會 熱解析による亜硫酸の酸化の研究（第一報）沃素酸による酸性亜硫酸の酸化 Thermal analysis of the oxidation of sulphites (I) : the oxidation of acid sulphite by iodate
2433/47752 Kobayashi, Ryoichi 2005/10/01 111 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 72 1451 京都大学数理解析研究所 AN ATTEMPT TOWARD DIOPHANTINE ANALOGUE OF RAMIFICATION COUNTING IN NEVANLINNA THEORY : TRUNCATED COUNTING FUNCTION IN SCHMIDT'S SUBSPACE THEOREM : PRELIMINARY VERSION (Algebraic number theory and related topics)
2433/47714 福崎, 賢治 2005/09/01 22 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1450 京都大学数理解析研究所 代数閉体のモデル理論について (ザリスキー幾何と数論幾何)
2433/47985 OGAWA, Shigeyoshi 2006/01/01 253 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 231 1462 京都大学数理解析研究所 Noncausal Stochastic Calculus Revisited(The 7th Workshop on Stochastic Numerics)
2433/82041 ZIEMIAN, BOGDAN 1991/05/01 19 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 3 750 京都大学数理解析研究所 Continuous radial asymptotics for solutions to elliptic Fuchsian equations in 2 dimensions(Microlocal Analysis and its Applications)
2433/47653 Kisaka, Masashi 2005/08/01 123 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 108 1447 京都大学数理解析研究所 CONSTRUCTION OF DOUBLY-CONNECTED WANDERING DOMAINS (Complex Dynamics)
2433/62988 Oda, Takayuki 1999/04/01 82 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 60 1094 京都大学数理解析研究所 Matrix coefficients of the large discrete series representations of $Sp(2;R)$ as hypergeometric series of two variables (II)
2433/62821 Gritsenko, V. 1999/03/01 56 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 37 1086 京都大学数理解析研究所 PRECIOUS SIEGEL MODULAR FORMS OF GENUS TWO (Topological Field Theory and Related Topics)
2433/76373 Koizumi, Naokazu 1971/11/05 295 0023-6071 4 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 268 49 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University Numerical Data of Complex Capacitance and Conductance for the Circular Arc Rule in Dielectric Relaxations
2433/87414 Mano, Toshiyuki 2009/10/01 We study a monodromy preserving deformation (MPD) of linear differential equations on elliptic curves. As the first of our results, we describe asymptotic behaviors of solutions to the MPD system when the elliptic curve degenerates to a rational curve. As the second, we find explicit solutions for special values of parameters where the MPD system is linearizable. Our solutions are written in terms of integrals of theta functions. We also show that they converge to the hypergeometric functions applying the above asymptotic formula when the elliptic curve degenerates to a rational curve. 00222488 10 Journal of Mathematical Physics 50 American Institute of Physics Studies on monodromy preserving deformation of linear differential equations on elliptic curves
2433/62759 Nakano, Minoru 1999/02/01 180 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 169 1083 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the Complex WKB Analysis for Products of the Airy Functions (Methods and Applications for Functional Equations)
2433/61415 GRITSENKO, VALERI 1997/06/01 136 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 119 1002 京都大学数理解析研究所 EXPONENTIAL LIFTING AND HECKE CORRESPONDENCE(Researches on automorphic forms and zeta functions)
2433/62887 Mitsui, Takayoshi 1999/04/01 297 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 256 1091 京都大学数理解析研究所 On Certain Multiple Series with Functional Equation in a Totally Imaginary Number Field II (Number Theory from the Stand Point of Analytic Number Theroy [Theory])
2433/41740 Tanaka, Koumei 2002/01/01 136 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 116 1247 京都大学数理解析研究所 On the steady flow of compressible viscous fluid and its stability with respect to initial disturbance (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/43110 Hishida, Toshiaki 2003/05/01 21 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1322 京都大学数理解析研究所 The nonstationary Stokes and Navier-Stokes flows through an aperture (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/47075 Takezaki, Yoshimasa 1979/07/25 55 0034-6675 1 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 39 49 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Some evaluated thermophysical properties of gaseous ethyne
2433/43281 Okuzono, Tohru 2003/07/01 123 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 101 1330 京都大学数理解析研究所 Traveling waves in phase-separating reactive mixtures (Conference on Dynamics of Patterns in Reaction-Diffusion Systems and the Related Topics)
2433/40973 Ohta, Yasuhiro 2001/04/01 119 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 109 1203 京都大学数理解析研究所 An affine Weyl group approach to the 8-parameter discrete Painleve equation (Analysis of Painleve equations)
2433/50508 Sakakura, Masaaki 2005/01/01 1098-0121 2 PHYSICAL REVIEW B http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRB/v71/p024113 71 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Initial temporal and spatial changes of the refractive index induced by focused femtosecond pulsed laser irradiation inside a glass
2433/41564 Godoy, T. 2001/11/01 173 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 154 1237 京都大学数理解析研究所 ON THE ANTIMAXIMUM PRINCIPLE FOR THE P-LAPLACIAN WITH INDEFINITE WEIGHT (Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/50521 Sato, Tohru 2005/02/01 0021-9606 5 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS http://link.aip.org/link/?jcp/122/054104 122 AMER INST PHYSICS The E circle times e dynamic Jahn-Teller problem: A new insight from the strong coupling limit
2433/42989 Kawashita, Mishio 2003/04/01 155 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 137 1315 京都大学数理解析研究所 Scattering Theory of Lax-Phillips for Isotropic Elastic Wave Equations in a Perturbed Half Space (Wave phenomena and asymptotic analysis)
2433/42954 Ushijima, Takeo K. 2003/04/01 85 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 65 1313 京都大学数理解析研究所 On a crystalline approximation for an area-preserving motion (Analysis of Nonlinear Phenomena : Experiments and Mathematical Analysis)
2433/46507 Kubokawa, Masao 1937/09/15 106 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 82 11 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan The decomposition of methane on the surface of platinum [I]
2433/58897 Ohtsuka, Hiroshi 2007/01/01 150 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 128 1528 京都大学数理解析研究所 Some analytic aspects of the mean field equation for arbitrarily-signed vortices(Variational Problems and Related Topics)
2433/48865 Kawai, Shinnosuke 2007/02/01 10502947 2 Physical Review A http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRA/v75/e022714 75 The American Physical Society Dimension reduction for extracting geometrical structure of multidimensional phase space : application to fast energy exchange in the reaction O(1D) + N2O -> NO + NO
2433/47097 1980/01/01 A21 0034-6675 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan A1 50 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan List of papers for vols. 1-50 (Modern aspects of physical chemistry at high pressure : the 50th commemorative volume)
2433/47103 Le Neindre, B. 1980/01/01 65 0034-6675 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 36 50 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Some aspects of transport properties at high pressures (Modern aspects of physical chemistry at high pressure : the 50th commemorative volume)
2433/46509 1937/09/15 152 0034-6675 2 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 120 11 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Abstracts of the physico-chemical literature in Japan
2433/46536 Matsuyama, Hideo 1938/12/31 191 0034-6675 3 The Review of Physical Chemistry of Japan 168 12 The Physico-Chemical Society of Japan Thermal analysis of the oxidation of sulphites (I) : the oxidation of acid sulphite by iodate
2433/50464 Kodama, H 2000/09/15 0556-2821 6 PHYSICAL REVIEW D http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRD/v62/p064022 62 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Brane world cosmology: Gauge-invariant formalism for perturbation
2433/50500 Ohkitani, K 2000/12/01 3194 1070-6631 12 PHYSICS OF FLUIDS 3181 http://link.aip.org/link/?phf/12/3181 12 AMER INST PHYSICS Numerical study of singularity formation in a class of Euler and Navier-Stokes flows
2433/50476 Hayakawa, H 2000/05/01 5492 1063-651X 5 PHYSICAL REVIEW E 5477 http://link.aps.org/abstract/PRE/v61/p5477 61 AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC Slow viscous flows in micropolar fluids
2433/50367 Kubo, M 2004/07/08 969 0021-9606 2 JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 960 http://link.aip.org/link/?jcp/121/960 121 AMER INST PHYSICS Noncatalytic kinetic study on site-selective H/D exchange reaction of phenol in sub- and supercritical water
2433/41413 Obata, Nobuaki 2001/08/01 198 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 184 1227 京都大学数理解析研究所 Multi-Variable White Noise Functions : Standard Setup Revisited (Infinite Dimensional Analysis and Quantum Probability Theory)
2433/42746 Spiridonov, V.P. 2003/02/01 192 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 172 1302 京都大学数理解析研究所 TO THE THEORY OF BIORTHOGONAL RATIONAL FUNCTIONS (New Developments in the Research of Integrable Systems : Continuous, Discrete, Ultra-discrete)
2433/42731 Hasuo, Ichiro 2003/01/01 121 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 92 1301 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Proof-Theoretical Study on Logics with Constructible Falsity (Sequent Calculi and Proof Theory)
2433/42724 Suzuki, Nobu-Yuki 2003/01/01 38 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 24 1301 京都大学数理解析研究所 Remarks on Shimura's oracle cut elimination and Kripke sheaf semantics for modal predicate logics : An interim report (Sequent Calculi and Proof Theory)
2433/25152 Fukumoto, Yasuhide 2004/01/01 162 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 143 1353 京都大学数理解析研究所 Curvature instability of a vortex ring (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/25151 Takata, Shigeru 2004/01/01 142 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 121 1353 京都大学数理解析研究所 Numerical Analysis of Thermal-Slip and Diffusion-Slip Flows of a Binary Mixture of Gases (Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics)
2433/25181 Ohnishi, Isamu 2004/02/01 26 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 1 1356 京都大学数理解析研究所 リーゼガング現象の数理的様相 (反応拡散系におけるパターン形成と漸近的幾何構造の研究) A Mathematical Aspect for Liesegang Phenomena (Pattern formation and asymptotic geometric structure in reaction-diffusion systems)
2433/41231 Kuroda, Satoru 2001/06/01 60 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 45 1217 京都大学数理解析研究所 MODELS OF BOUNDED ARITHMETIC (Towards new interaction between category theory and proof theory)
2433/154636 Minamitsuji, Masato 2011/12/01 We study dynamical partially-localized brane solutions in higher dimensions. We give new descriptions of the relevant solutions of dynamical branes which are localized along both the overall and relative transverse directions. The starting point is a system of pr-branes ending on a ps-brane with a time-dependent warp factor. This system can be related to Dpr-Dps brane system in string theory, where one brane is localized at the delocalized other brane. We then show that these give Friedmann-Lemaitre-Robertson-Walker cosmological solutions. Our approach leads to a new and manifest description of the brane configurations near the delocalized branes, and new solutions in the wave or KK-monopole background in terms of certain partial differential equations in D dimensions including ten and eleven dimensions. 1550-7998 12 Physical Review D 84 American Physical Society Dynamics of partially localized brane systems
2433/62475 Kobayashi, Tsunehiro 1998/10/01 200 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 189 1066 京都大学数理解析研究所 Physical Equivalence on Quantum Spaces
2433/154922 Yabunaka, S 2012/02/21 We study self-propelled dynamics of a droplet due to a Marangoni effect and chemical reactions in a binary fluid with a dilute third component of chemical product which affects the interfacial energy of a droplet. The equation for the migration velocity of the center of mass of a droplet is derived in the limit of an infinitesimally thin interface. We found that there is a bifurcation from a motionless state to a propagating state of droplet by changing the strength of the Marangoni effect. 0021-9606 7 The Journal of chemical physics 136 American Institute of Physics bifurcation Self-propelled motion of a fluid droplet under chemical reaction.
2433/87411 Sasaki, Ryu 2009/10/01 Many examples of exactly solvable birth and death processes, a typical stationary Markov chain, are presented together with the explicit expressions of the transition probabilities. They are derived by similarity transforming exactly solvable "matrix" quantum mechanics, which is recently proposed by Odake and the author [S. Odake and R. Sasaki, J. Math. Phys. 49, 053503 (2008)]. The (q-) Askey scheme of hypergeometric orthogonal polynomials of a discrete variable and their dual polynomials play a central role. The most generic solvable birth/death rates are rational functions of qx (with x being the population) corresponding to the q -Racah polynomial. 00222488 10 Journal of Mathematical Physics 50 American Institute of Physics Exactly solvable birth and death processes
2433/76009 Kotaka, Tadao 1964/06/30 203 0023-6071 2-3 Bulletin of the Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University 176 42 Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University The Archibald Ultracentrifugation Method in the Study of Macromolecules (Special Issue on Polymer Chemistry, I)
2433/59420 SHIMIZU, SENJO 1995/04/01 140 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 121 905 京都大学数理解析研究所 THE LIMITING ABSORPTION PRINCIPLE FOR ELASTIC WAVE PROPAGATION PROBLEMS IN PERTURBED STRATIFIED MEDIA R$^3$(Spectral and Scattering Theory and Its Related Topics)
2433/60602 Ito, Kazuo 1996/09/01 135 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 116 966 京都大学数理解析研究所 Asymptotic decay toward the planar rarefaction waves of solutions for viscous conservation laws in several space dimensions(Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Applications)
2433/60953 SHIBARA, TETSUTARO 1997/03/01 190 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 176 984 京都大学数理解析研究所 NONLINEAR EIGENVALUE PROBLEMS WITH SEVERAL PARAMETERS(Structure of Functional Equations and Mathematical Methods)
2433/59772 HASEGAWA, Hiroshi 1995/09/01 67 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 52 923 京都大学数理解析研究所 EXPONENTIAL AND MIXTURE FAMILIES IN QUANTUM STATISTICS : dual structure and unbiased parameter estimation(Analysis of Operators on Gaussian Space and Quantum Probability Theory)
2433/60595 Runge, Bernhard 1996/08/01 40 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 23 965 京都大学数理解析研究所 Picard modular surfaces
2433/59576 Tsutsumi, Masayoshi 1995/06/01 107 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 90 913 京都大学数理解析研究所 The curve shortening equation and its generalizations(Nonlinear Evolutions Equations and Their Applications)
2433/129529 Stachurski, John 2006/04/01 This paper studies a Monte Carlo algorithm for computing distributions of state variables when the underlying model is a Markov process. It is shown that the L1 error of the estimator always converges to zero with probability one, and often at a parametric rate. A related technique for computing stationary distributions is also investigated. KIER Discussion Paper 615 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University Distributions COMPUTING THE DISTRIBUTIONS OF ECONOMIC MODELS VIA SIMULATION
2433/134864 Motoike, Ikuko 2010/10/01 In living organisms, branching structures are often observed in open systems. During the process of structure formation/deformation, signal propagation can be observed. Branching paths often deform depending on the history of signal propagation. To gain a better understanding of the process of pattern formation that results in characteristic geometrical paths, we adopt a system in which the dynamics of path formation are correlated with signal propagation. This model involves both branch-generation dynamics and signal-propagation dynamics, and we introduced positive feedback between these two dynamic processes. We studied the geometrical properties of path deformation and the pattern of signal propagation using a discretized reaction-diffusion model. The proposed model can qualitatively reproduce different branching patterns and means of signal propagation. One remarkable result is that the mutual interaction of these two dynamic processes leads to autonomous wave generation, similar to a pacemaker or the generation of spiral waves. Because the autonomous wave generation in the signal is spontaneous, the shapes of the branching paths become distorted. We discuss the correlation between path deformation and signal propagation as a first step in understanding signal processing for such complex deformable paths. 1539-3755 4 Physical Review E 82 American Physical Society Branching pattern formation that reflects the history of signal propagation
2433/129575 Kamihigashi, Takashi 2009/01/01 This paper presents a new mixing condition for dynamic economies with a Markov structure. The mixing condition is stated in terms of order, and generalizes a number of wellknown conditions used to establish stability of monotone dynamic models. By generalizing the key insights of the original conditions, we derive a set of results with applications to many theoretical and time series models. KIER Discussion Paper 666 Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University ASYMPTOTICS OF STOCHASTIC RECURSIVE ECONOMIES UNDER MONOTONICITY
2433/84465 Lau, Anthony T.M. 1995/02/01 160 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 143 897 京都大学数理解析研究所 Nonlinear Ergodic Theorems for Semigroups of Nonexpansive Mappings and Left Ideals(Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis)
2433/101870 OKAMOTO, HISASHI 1990/05/01 112 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 87 724 京都大学数理解析研究所 A Mathematical Introduction to BIfurcation of Periodic Progressive Water Waves
2433/84370 Kilbas, Anatoly A. 1994/12/01 147 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 131 890 京都大学数理解析研究所 On Stein-Weiss Theorem and Mapping Properties of Potential Type Operators with Power and Power-Logarithmic Kernels
2433/81077 Takahashi, Wataru 2007/06/01 143 1880-2818 数理解析研究所講究録 128 1561 京都大学数理解析研究所 Fixed Point Theorems and Nonlinear Ergodic Theorems for Nonexpansive Mappings(Information and mathematics of non-additivity and non-extensivity : from the viewpoint of functional analysis)
2433/87426 Fujita, Shinya 2009/06/01 From the viewpoint of Nicholas Kaldor's cumulative causation theory, this paper describes a theoretical investigation into the effects of increased labor productivity growth on output and employment growth. In the macroeconomic framework used to analyze the mutual interdependence of those variables, productivity growth affects other variables through the wage share. For contrast, we construct a two-sector (namely, the investment goods sector and the consumption goods sector) model with an independent investment function and show that increased productivity growth in one sector raises its own output growth through a change of relative prices. Furthermore, because our two-sector model is sufficiently complicated so that various results are generated depending on the parameters, we apply it econometrically to Japan from the 1980s to