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Masaru Ishida
出版情報: New York : Nova Science Publishers, c2002  xiii, 148 p. ; 26 cm
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Preface
Nomenclature
Part I Systematic Framing of Thermodynamics 1
   Chapter 1 Thermodynamics for Creation of a New Process 3
   1.1 What Does Thermodynamics Offer You? 3
   1.2 Targets of Thermodynamics 4
   1.3 Thermodynamics as Basic Science 4
   Chapter 2 Thermodynamics of a Substance 7
   2.1 Thermodynamics Comprises Three Kinds of Thermodynamics 7
   2.2 What is Substance? 8
   2.3 Energy H and Entropy S of a Substance 9
   Chapter 3 Thermodynamics of a Process 13
   3.1 What is a Process? 13
   3.2 Energy Change ΔH and Entropy Change ΔS 13
   3.3 Intermediary Energy 16
   3.4 Common Processes without Specification of Substances 19
   Chapter 4 Thermodynamics of a System 23
   4.1 What is a System in Thermodynamics ? 23
   4.2 The First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics 25
   4.3 Interpretation of the First and Second Laws by ‘Water Model' 27
   Chapter 5 The First-Step Applications of Thermodynamics 33
   5.1 Relationship between Energy Change ΔH and Heat of Reaction Qr 33
   5.2 Calculation of ΔH for a Reaction as Combination of ΔH for Other Reactions 35
   5.3 Thermodynamic Analysis of Exothermic and Endothermic Reactions 36
   5.4 Thermodynamic Analysis of Electrolysis 40
   5.5 Thermodynamic Analysis of a Loop 43
Part II Properties of Substances and Chemical Equilibrium 51
   Chapter 6 Equations for Thermodynamics of Substances 53
   6.1 Differential Forms of Energy h and Entropy s for 1 mol of Pure Substance 53
   6.2 Calculation of Energy H and Entropy S for Gas 54
   6.3 Calculation of Energy H and Entropy S for Liquid 59
   6.4 Calculation of Energy H and Entropy S for Solid 60
   6.5 Calculation of H and S for Substances with Multiple Phases 60
   Chapter 7 Chemical Equilibrium 61
   7.1 Limit for Proceeding of a Process 61
   7.2 Equilibrium Condition for a Gas-Phase Reaction 62
   7.3 Equilibrium Condition for a Reaction with Multiple Phases 67
   7.4 The Second-Step Applications - Applications of Equilibrium Constant Kp - 68
   7.5 The Second-Step Applications - Application of Temperature Dependence of Kp - 75
Part III Application of Thermodynamics to System Synthesis 83
   Chapter 8 Introduction to Exergy Change and Graphical Presentation by Vectors 85
   8.1 Exergy Change Δε 85
   8.2 Thermodynamics on a Two-Dimensional Space 87
   8.3 Energy Level, A 89
   8.4 Heat Source, Heat Sink, Work Source and Work Sink 93
   8.5 Classification of Processes and System Synthesis on the Thermodynamic Compass 96
   8.6 Exergy Loss 100
   8.7 Representation of Processes on the Thermodynamic Compass 103
   Chapter 9 Process System Synthesis - The Third-Step Applications - 117
   9.1 Equilibrium Viewpoint 117
   9.2 Energy Transformation Viewpoint - Selection of Coupled Process - 119
   9.3 Energy Transformation Viewpoint - Decomposition of Coupled Process - 122
   9.4 Energy Transformation Viewpoint - Decomposition of a Target Process - 123
   Chapter 10 Toward Wider Applications 127
   10.1 Chemical Cells and Fuel Cells 127
   10.2 Behavior of Real Gas and Real Liquid 132
   10.3 Partial Molar Quantities and Chemical Potential μ 133
   10.4 Synthesis of an Entire System 133
   10.5 Relationship to the Previous Thermodynamics 133
   10.6 Characteristic Features of this Book - Closing Remarks - 138
Appendix 139
Index 145
Preface
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Part I Systematic Framing of Thermodynamics 1
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Tatsuo Ohmachi, Emerlinda R. Roman, editors
出版情報: [Quezon City] : University of the Philippines Press, 2002  xii, 388 p. ; 24 cm.
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Acknowledgments
Preface
1- Introduction
   1.1 Ending the Cycle of Environmental Deterioration Tatsuo Ohmachi 3
   1.2 Necessities of Simulation and Policy Impact Analysis Kenji Doi and Hussein S. Lidasan 10
2- Political Economy of Environmental Issues
   2.1 Introduction Hiromu Shimizu 19
   2.2 Weak State and Strong Civil Society: Politics of the Clean Air Act Yutaka Katayama 21
   2.3 Building Bridges: Poverty, Customs and Environmental Politics Toru Nakanishi 38
   2.4 Housing Policies and Development in Asian Cities: Singapore, Hong Kong, Bangkok and Metro Manila Yoshiyuki Osakaya 48
3- Macro Simulation of Socioeconomies and the Environment: A Comprehensive Approach
   3.1 Introduction Kenji Doi 59
   3.2 Migration and Environmental Issues in Economic Development Toru Nakanishi 61
   3.3 Structural Analysis of Regional Economics of Metro Manila Based on the Interregional IO Table Francisco T. Secretario, Kwangmun Kim, Kenji Doi and Wataru Morishima 70
   3.4 Analysis of Energy Consumption and Environmental Burdens by an Interregional IO Table Yohji Uchiyama, Kazuhiko Nishimura and Kei Kawashima 87
   3.5 Utilizing IRIO in Interregional Transportation Policy: Methodology and Case Study in Japan Shoshi Mizokami 98
   3.6 Forecasting the Interaction System Between Urban Expansion and Motorization Masanobu Kii and Kenji Doi 112
4- Simulation of Environmental Rehabilitation in Highly Polluted Areas
   4.1 Introduction Tetsuo Yai 133
   4.2 Outline of Microscopic Road Traffic Simulation Tetsuo Yai and Karl N. Vergel 135
   4.3 Observation and Analysis of SPM Concentration in Makati Seiji Iwakura 149
   4.4 Local Wind System and 3D Dispersion of Polluted Air in Metro Manila Manabu Kanda 156
5- Simulation for Green Metropolis Rehabilitation
   5.1 Introduction Kazuhiko Takeuchi 171
   5.2 Trends in Spatial Extension and Land-Use Mixture in Metro Manila Akinobu Murakami, Kazuhiko Takeuchi, Atsushi Tsunekawa and Alinda M. Zain 174
   5.3 Distribution and Structure of Urban Green Spaces in Metro Manila Noriko Moriwake, Armando Palijon and Kazuhiko Takeuchi 185
   5.4 Carbon Circulation and Functions for the Development of Urban Green Spaces in Metro Manila Kaori Ono, Ai Meguro and Kenji Iiyama 199
   5.5 Southeast Asian High-Density Habitation and the Formation of a Comfortable Outdoor Thermal Environment Akira Hoyano, Seonghwan Yoon and Akinaru Iino 210
   5.6 Toward Creating a "Sustainable City" Akira Hoyano, Akinaru Iino and Seonghwan Yoon 222
6- A Scheme of Environmental Improvement by Recycling Organic Matter Between Urban and Rural Areas
   6.1 Introduction Tadaharu Ishikawa 241
   6.2 Basic Viewpoints for the Rehabilitation of Water Environment Tadaharu Ishikawa, Toru Nakanishi and Xin Qian 243
   6.3 Water-Related Problems in Urban Areas Tadaharu Ishikawa and Ken Ushijima 252
   6.4 Framework for Recycling Organic Waste Kenta Shinozawa, Ken Ushijima and Tetsuo Shimizu 267
   6.5 Circulation of Organic Matter Between Metro Manila and Pampanga Lahar-Affected Areas in Pinatubo Makiko Watanabe, Masao Yoshida and Hiroyuki Ohta 281
   6.6 Transport of Compost Tadaharu Ishikawa, Makiko Watanabe and Toru Nakanishi 294
7- Reduction of Risk of Natural Disaster in a Developing Urban Area
   7.1 Expansion of Damage Potential Area Due to Urban Sprawling Saburoh Midorikawa and Bartolome C. Bautista 301
   7.2 Estimation of Seismic Risk in Metro Manila Hiroaki Yamanaka, Saburoh Midorikawa, Yoshihiro Kinugasa, Bartolome C. Bautista and Rolly E. Rimando 308
   7.3 Estimation of Disaster Due to Strong Wind Tetsuro Tamura, Makoto Tsubokura, Shuyang Cao and Osamu Ohno 327
Appendices
   Panel Discussion 349
   Project Team Leaders and Members 373
   List of Contributors 379
Index 381
Acknowledgments
Preface
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出版情報: Tokyo : Kodansha International, 2001  171 p. ; 23 cm
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出版情報: Tokyo : Technology and Education Publishers, 2002  xiii, 424 p. ; 27 cm
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PREFACE
1. AN UNIFIED MECHANISM OF OLEFIN POLYMERIZATION-A Transition State Theory (T. Keii) 1
2. GAS PHASE POLYMERIZATION OF OLEFINS AND DIENES BY METALLOCENE CATALYSTS (W. Kaminsky and D. Arrowsmith) 13
3. ALLOW YOUR CATALYST A PRODUCTIVE CAREER-HOW THE REACTION ENVIRONMENT INFLUENCES CATALYST PERFORMANCE (W.H. Ray) 19
4. LONG-CHAIN-BRANCHING POLYETHYLENE PREPARED WITH Et(Ind)2HfCl2 CATALYST SYSTEMS (N. Kashiwa, S. Matsuo, S. Kojoh, M. Takahashi, T. Tsutsui and T. Fujita) 25
5. EFFECT OF 3rd MONOMER ADDITION IN ETHYLENE/NORBORNENE COPOLYMERIZATION INITIATED WITH rac-Et(Ind)2 ZrCl2/MAO CATALYST SYSTEM (D.H. Lee, Y.Y. Choi, H.J. Kim and S.S. Woo) 31
6. POLYMERISATION WITH METALLOCENE CATALYSTS IN THE PRESENCE OF HYDROGEN (R. Blom, I.M. Dahl, R.H. Heyn and O. Swang) 37
7. PROPENE/1-HEXENE COPOLYMER MICROSTRUCTURE AS A PROBE INTO ACTIVE CENTRE BEHAVIOR IN ZIEGLER-NATTA TRADITIONAL AND METALLOCENE BASED CATALYSIS (M.C. Sacchi, F. Forlini, S. Losio, I. Tritto and P. Locatelli) 43
8. MECHANISM OF SYNDIOSPECIFIC POLYMERIZAITON OF STYRENE (N. Tomotsu, H. Shouzaki, M. Aida, M. Takeuchi, K. Yokota, Y. Aoyama, S. Ikeuchi and T. Inoue) 49
9. VIBRATIONAL SPECTRA OF TITANIUM AND MAGNESIUM CHLORIDES (G. Mizutani, H. Miyaoka, H. Sano, H. Mori, N. Otsuka and M. Terano) 55
10. PROPENE/ETHENE-[1-13C]COPOLYMERIZATION AS A TOOL FOR MEASURING CATALYST REGIOSELECTIVITY: A COMBINED EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL STUDY ON MODEL METALLOCENE CATALYSTS (R. Cipullo, P. Budzelaar, V. Busico and S. Ronca) 61
11. METALLOCENE CATALYZED COPOLYMERIZATION OF ETHYLENE AND NORBORNENE (K.Y. Choi, S.Y. Park, J.J. Han, B. Kebede and K.H. Song) 73
12. EFFECT OF DONORS ON THE NUMBER AND PROPAGATION RATE CONSTANTS FOR STEREOSPECIFIC AND NON-STEREOSPECIFIC CENTERS AT PROPYLENE POLYMERIZATION WITH SUPPORTED ZIEGLER-NATTA CATALYSTS (G.D. Bukatov and V.A. Zakharov) 79
13. “VARIABLE SITE”METALLOCENE CATALYST SYSTEM FOR ETHYLENE POLYMERIZATION WITH CLAY MINERAL SUPPORT-ACTIVATOR (Y. Ishihama, Y. Kashiwagi, E. Isobe, Y. Uehara and T. Sugano) 85
14. A STUDY OF POLYMER SUPPORTED METALLOCENE CATALYSTS FOR GAS PHASE OLEFIN POLYMERIZATION (J.C. Hsu, G. Tairova, J.S. Chung, Y. Zhang, K.B. McAuley and D.W. Bacon) 91
15. POLYMERIZATION OF METHYL METHACRYLATE INITIATED BY HALF-METALLOCENE COMPLEXES OF TANTALUM: LIGAND ARCHITECTURE LEADING TO LIVING POLYMERIZATION (K. Mashima, Y. Matsuo and K. Tani) 98
16. POLYMERISATION OF OLEFINS WITH HOMOGENEOUS AND HETEROGENEOUS METALLOCENE CATALYSTS ON CLAY MINERALS (K. Weiss, S. Botzenhardt and M. Hofmann) 104
17. COCATALYST ACTIVATION AND FIRST MONOMER INSERTION OF METALLOCENE CATALYSTS. AN IN SITU FTIR AND QUANTUM CHEMICAL STUDY (J.L. Eilertsen, J.A. Stovneng, M. Ystenes and E. Rytter) 111
18. IONS PAIRS FORMATION FOR CATALYST CP2ZrMe2/MAO: A DFT QUANTUM CHEMICAL STUDY (V.A. Zakharov and I.I. Zakharov) 117
19. STUDIES IN SUPPORT TECHNOLOGY FOR POLYMERIZATION CATALYST SYSTEMS-A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CLAY-SUPPORTED AND SILICA-SUPPORTED METALLOCENE CATALSYTS (P.J.T. Tait and D.A.S. Walshe) 124
20. STYRENE AND DIENE POLYMERIZATION WITH CpTiCl3-BASED CATALYSTS. (A. Zambelli, F. Grisi and I. Sessa) 132
21. FI CATALYSTS: HIGH PERFORMANCE NEW OLEFIN POLYMERIZATION CATALYSTS (T. Fujita, M. Mitani, S. Matsui, J. Saito, Y. Yoshida, Y. Tohi, N. Matsukawa, S. Ishii, J. Mohri, Y. Inoue, T. Nakano, H. Tanaka, T. Matsugi, S. Kojoh and N. Kashiwa) 141
22. EFFECT OF SILICA SUPPORTS ON OLEFIN POLYMERIZATION CATALYST PERFORMANCE (T.J. Pullukat) 147
23. XPS STUDY ON THE CHROMIUM SPECIES OF THE PHILLIPS CATALYST REDUCED WITH COCATALYSTS (K. Hasebe, T. Nozaki and F. Matsushita) 156
24. HETEROGENIZATION OF METALORGANIC CATALYSTS AND NON-UNIFORMITY OF ACTIVE SITES (L.A. Novokshonova, I.N. Meshkova, N. Yu Kovaleva, T.M. Ushakova, P.N. Brevnov, V.G. Krasheninnikov, T.A. Ladygina, I.O. Leipunskii, A.N. Zhigach and M.L. Kuskov) 162
25. ETHYLENE-NORBORNENE COPOLYMER MICROSTRUCTURE AT TETRAD LEVEL: ADVANCES IN ASSIGNMENTS OF 13C-NMR SPECTRA AND INSIGHTS ON POLYMERIZATION MECHANISMS (I. Tritto, L. Boggioni, J. Jansen, K. Thorshaug, M.C. Sacchi and D.R. Ferro) 168
26. INFLUENCE OF ETHYLENE ON THE KINETICS OF PROPYLENE POLYMERIZATION WITH A CLAY MINERAL SUPPORTED METALLOCENE CATALYST (F. Shimizu, Y. Suga and G. Weickert) 174
27. ETHYLENE POLYMERIZATION WITH ”CONSTRAINED-GEOMETRY” TITANIUM CATALYSTS OVER BORATE-MODIFIED SILICA SUPPORTS (K. Musikabhumma, T.P. Spaniol and J. Okuda) 178
28. INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY-A SECRET WINDOW TO THE HEART OF THE CATALYST? (M. Ystenes, O. Bache, O.M. Bade, R. Blom, J.L. Eilertsen, O. Nirisen, M. Ott, K. Svendsen and E. Rytter) 184
29. ALTERNATING COPOLYMERIZATION OF ETHYLENE AND 5-HEXEN-1-OL WITH ZIRCONOCENE/MAO CATALYSTS (H. Hagihara, K. Tsuchihara, Y. Suzuki, M. Asai, M. Murata, H. Ozaki, T. Kase, M. Kawabe, Y. Fukui, H.T. Ban, J. Jin, T. Uozumi and T. Sano) 192
30. ETHYLENE POLYMERIZATION TESTS AND XPS MEASUREMENTS OF THE CrOx/SiO2 CATALYST MODIFIED BY Et3Al (P. Sindelar, B. Liu and M. Terano) 200
31. CAR-PARRINELLO MOLECULAR DYNAMICS INVESTIGATION OF ACTIVE SURFACES AND Ti/V CATALYTIC SITES IN ZIEGLER-NATTA HETEROGENEOUS CATALYSIS (M. Boero, K. Terakura, M. Parrinello and H. Weiss) 210
32. HIGHLY ISOSPECIFIC POLYMERIZATION OF PROPYLENE BY HIGHLY MODIFIED 4TH GENERATION CATALYST (H. Yanagihara, K. Tagashira and H. Takahashi) 216
33. ON THE NUMBER OF ACTIVE SITES IN SYNDIOSPECIFIC LIVING POLYMERIZATION OF STYRENIC MONOMERS (M. Murata, M. Kawabe, Y. Fukui, T. Kase, H. Ozaki, H.T. Ban, K. Tsuchihara, H. Hagihara, Y. Suzuki and M. Asai) 223
34. A NEW FAMILY OF POLYOLEFINS WITH FISCHER-TROPSCH OLEFINS: TERPOLYMERS WITH BRANCHED α-OLEFINS (I. Tincul, D. Joubert, J. Smith and P.v. Zyl) 229
35. MAPPING OF CATALYST RESIDUES AND OXIDATION SITES IN POLYPROPYLENE (I. Blakey, H. Liu and G. George) 235
36. IMPROVEMENT OF MECHANICAL AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF POLYPROPYLENE BY NOVEL NUCLEATING AGENTS (METAL SOAP OF CYCLIC ORGANOPHOSPHOROUS) (E. Tobita and T. Haruna) 241
37. EFFECT OF PRIMARY STRUCTURE ON PHOTO-OXIDATIVE STABILITY OF POLYPROPYLENES (M.S. Alam, T. Ichiki, B. Liu, H. Nakatani, K. Nitta and M. Terano) 249
38. RECENT POLYMER PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY IN THE JAPANESE PLASTIC INDUSTRY (T. Sakai) 255
39. INFLUENCE OF CATALYST CONTROLLED MOLECULAR STRUCTURE ON THE POSTMODIFICATION OF POLYOLEFINS (F. Ciardelli, A. Altomare, E. Passaglia and S. Bronco) 261
40. MOLECULAR CHAIN ARRANGEMENTS IN CRYSTALS FORMED DURING HETEROGENEOUS POLYMERIZATION OF OLEFINS (T. Komoto) 268
41. A MOLECULAR THEORY FOR MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF POLYOLEFIN SOLIDS (K. Nitta) 274
42. LIVING NATURE OF PROPENE POLYMERIZATION WITH ANSA-(CYCLOPENTADIENYLAMIDO) DIMETHYLTITANIUM DERIVATIVES USING MAO AS COCATALYST) (T. Shiono, T. Hasan, A. Ioku, K. Nishi-i and T. Ikeda) 280
43 PHENOXY-TITANIUM COMPLEX COMPOUNDS AS NEW SINGLE SITE CATALYSTS FOR ETHYLENE, α-OLEFIN AND DIOLEFIN MONOMERS (A. Imai, H. Katayama, M. Nabika, H. Hozumi, A. Ogawa and H. Jouhouji) 286
44. CONTROLLED BLOCK COPOLYMERIZATIONS OF 1-OLEFINS WITH POLAR MONOMERS CATALYZED BY SINGLE COMPONENT LANTHANIDE INITIATORS (H. Yasuda and G. Desumont) 292
45. RARE EARTH ALKOXIDES AS NEW CATALYTIC PRECURSORS FOR OLEFIN POLYMERIZATION AND COPOLYMERIZATION (J. Gromada, J.F. Carpentier, T. Chenal, A. Mortreux, F. Leising and J.W. Ziller) 298
46. CONTROL OF STRAIN-HARDENING BY A SMALL MASS FRACTION OF ULTRAHIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT COMPONENT UNDER UNIAXIAL ELONGATIONAL FLOW (K. Koyama and A. Minegishi) 304
47. POLYMERIC FOAMING OF OLEFIN POLYMER IN THE 21st CENTURY (M. Ohshima) 310
48. ALKYLATION OF TRANSITION METAL SALTS AS A FERTILE AND VERSATILE APPROACH TO OLEFIN POLYMERIZATION CATALYSTS (J.J. Eisch, F.A. Owuor, P.O. Otieno, J.A. Gitua, X. Shi and A.A. Adeosun) 316
49. SYNTHESIS OF HIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT ATACTIC POLYPROPYLENE WITH NOBEL PHENOXY TITANIUM CATALYST (K. Yada, M. Tsuji, H. Johoji and S. Hosoda) 327
50. PROPENE POLYMERIZATION WITH SILICA-SUPPORTED (η5-PENTAMETHYLCYCLOPENTADIENYL) TRIMETHYLTITANIUM CATALYST (A. Ioku, T. Shiono and T. Ikeda) 333
51. FUNCTIONALIZATION OF ISOTACTIC POLYPROPENE USING 1,2,4-TRIVINYL-CYCLOHEXANE AS A COMONOMER (Y.G. Nam, S. Murayama, T. Shiono and T. Ikeda) 339
52. PREPARATION OF SURFACE ALKYLATED SILICA SUPPORTED CATALYSTS FOR ETHYLENE POLYMERIZATION (I. Nishiyama, K. Fukuda, M. Yamahiro, B. Liu, H. Nakatani and M. Terano) 345
53. SYNTHESES OF POLYETHYLENE AND POLYPROPYLENE WITH CYCLOPENTANE UNITS IN THE MAIN CHAIN BY ZIRCONOCENE CATALYSTS (N. Naga and Y. Imanishi) 351
54. MISCIBILITY AND ISOTHERMAL CRYSTALLIZATION KINETICS FOR BINARY BLENDS OF i-PP AND METALLOCENE BASED ETHYLENE α-OLEFIN RANDOM COPOLYMER (M. Seki, M. Uchida, N. Ikeya, Y. Matsushita and K. Takagi) 359
55. INVESTIGATION OF EFFECTS AND ROLES OF INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL DONORS ON THE ISOSPECIFICITY DISTRIBUTION OF THE ACTIVE SITES OF A ZIEGLER CATALYST BY TEMPERATURE RISING ELUTION FRACTIONATION ANALYSIS (H. Matsuoka, B. Liu, H. Nakatani, I. Nishiyama and M. Terano) 365
56. SYNDIOSPECIFIC LIVING POLYMERIZATION AND BLOCK COPOLYMERIZATION OF SILYL-PROTECTED HYDROXYSTYRENE AND PREPARATION OF SYNDIOTACTIC POLY(4-HYDROXYSTYRENE) WITH NARROW MOLECULAR WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION (M. Kawabe, M. Murata, Y. Fukui, T. Kase, H. Ozaki, H.T. Ban, K. Tsuchihara, H. Hagihara, Y. Suzuki and M. Asai) 372
57. HOMOPOLYMERIZATION OF ETHENE AND COPOLYMERIZATION WITH 1-HEXENE WITH DI-SILYLENE BRIDGED ZIRCONOCENE CATALYSTS (H. Wigum, R.H. Heyn, K.A. Solli, J.A. Stovneng and E. Rytter) 378
58. MOLECULAR DYNAMICS STUDY ON PROPYLYENE POLYMERIZATION OVER ZIEGLER-NATTA CATALYSTS (M. Fushimi, M. Ando, H. Kurokawa, Z. Hui, S. Takami, M. Kubo, A. Miyamoto and A. Imamura) 384
59. INFLUENCE OF ADSORPTIVE SEPARATION OF METHYLALUMOXANE BY SILICEOUS POROUS MATERIALS ON ITS CO-CATALYTIC PERFORMANCE IN PROPYLENE POLYMERIZATION (Y. Oumi, T. Miyazaki, T. Niimi, H. Hagimoto, T. Uozumi and T. Sano) 390
60. INFLUENCE OF INTERNAL DONORS FOR HYDROGEN RESPONSE ON PROPYLENE POLYMERIZATION WITH MgCl2-SUPPORTED CATALYSTS (K. Tashino, H. Ogawa, Y. Suzuki and M. Sato) 398
61. MODIFIED ALUMOXANE AS NEW ADVANCED COCATALYST OF TRANSITION METAL COMPLEX CATALYST FOR OLEFIN POLYMERIZATION (Y. Seki, M. Fujita and T. Miyatake) 404
62. PROBING THE INDUCTION PERIOD OF PHILLIPS CrOx/SiO2 CATALYST THROUGH COMBINED SURFACE ANALYTICAL METHODS (B. Liu, H. Nakatani and M. Terano) 409
63. REACTION-MADE HIGH MELTSTRENGTH PP “NEWSTREN AND NEWFOAMER” (K. Shimizu, M. Kimura, A. Yamauchi and M. Sugimoto) 415
64. STABILITY OF GROWING POLYMER CHAIN ON THE Cr(acac)3/MgCl2-ETHYLBENZOATE/AlEt2Cl CATALYST SYSTEM (Y.-W. Shin, H. Nakatani, T. Uozumi, B. Liu, T.Sano, K. Nitta and M. Terano) 421
PREFACE
1. AN UNIFIED MECHANISM OF OLEFIN POLYMERIZATION-A Transition State Theory (T. Keii) 1
2. GAS PHASE POLYMERIZATION OF OLEFINS AND DIENES BY METALLOCENE CATALYSTS (W. Kaminsky and D. Arrowsmith) 13
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Robert Rowe
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Acknowledgments
Machine Musicianship / 1:
Symbolic Processes / 2:
Sub-symbolic Processes / 3:
Segments and Patterns / 4:
Compositional Techniques / 5:
Algorithmic Expression and Music Cognition / 6:
Interactive Improvisation / 7:
Interactive Multimedia / 8:
Installations / 9:
Directions / 10:
References
Index
Acknowledgments
Machine Musicianship / 1:
Symbolic Processes / 2:
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Edward S. Rubin ; with Cliff I. Davidson and other contributors
出版情報: New York : McGraw-Hill, 2001  xxi, 696 p. ; 24 cm
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Motivation and Framework / I:
Engineering and the Environment / 1:
Overview of Environmental Issues / 2:
Technology Design for the Environment / II:
Automobiles and the Environment / 3:
Batteries and the Environment / 4:
Electric Power Plants and the Environment / 5:
Refrigeration and the Environment / 6:
Environmental Life Cycle Assessments / 7:
Modeling Environmental Processes / III:
Controlling Urban Smog / 8:
PCBs in the Aquatic Environment / 9:
Human Exposure to Toxic Metals / 10:
CFCs and the Ozone Hole / 11:
Global Warming and the Greenhouse Effect / 12:
Topics in Environmental Policy Analysis / IV:
Economics and the Environment / 13:
Risk Assessment and Decision Analysis / 14:
Environmental Forecasting / 15:
Appendixes
Motivation and Framework / I:
Engineering and the Environment / 1:
Overview of Environmental Issues / 2:
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Ernest L. Eliel, Samuel H. Wilen, Michael P. Doyle
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Preface
Introduction / 1:
Scope / 1-1.:
History / 1-2.:
Polarimetry and Optical Rotation / 1-3.:
References
Structure / 2:
Meaning, Factorization, Internal Coordinates, Isomers / 2-1.:
Constitution / 2-2.:
Configuration / 2-3.:
Conformation / 2-4.:
Determination of Structure / 2-5.:
A Priori Calculation of Structure / 2-6.:
Molecular Models / 2-7.:
Stereoisomers / 3:
Nature of Stereoisomers / 3-1.:
General / a.:
Barriers Between Stereoisomers and Residual Stereoisomers / b.:
Enantiomers / 3-2.:
Diastereomers / 3-3.:
General Cases
Degenerate Cases
Symmetry / 4:
Symmetry Elements / 4-1.:
Symmetry Operators and Symmetry Point Groups / 4-3.:
Point Groups Containing Chiral Molecules
Point Groups Containing Only Achiral Molecules
Averaged Symmetry / 4-4.:
Symmetry and Molecular Properties / 4-5.:
Rotation of Polarized Light
Dipole Moment
Symmetry Number / c.:
Definitions: Relative and Absolute Configuration / 5:
Absolute Configuration and Notation / 5-2.:
Determination of Absolute Configuration / 5-3.:
Bijvoet Method
Theoretical Approaches
Modification of Crystal Morphology in the Presence of Additives
Relative Configuration and Notation / 5-4.:
Determination of Relative Configuration of Saturated Aliphatic Compounds / 5-5.:
X-Ray Structure Analysis
Chemical Interconversion Not Affecting Bonds to the Stereogenic Atom
Methods Based on Symmetry Considerations
Correlation Via Compounds with Chiral Centers of Two Types / d.:
The Method of Quasi-Racemates / e.:
Chemical Correlations Affecting Bonds to a Chiral Atom in a "Known" Way (For an overview, see ref. 32.) / f.:
Correlation by Stereoselective Synthesis of "Known" Stereochemical Course / g.:
Chiroptical, Spectroscopic, and Other Physical Methods / h.:
Conclusion: Network Arguments / 5-6.:
Properties of Stereoisomers and Stereoisomer Discrimination / 6:
Stereoisomer Discrimination / 6-1.:
The Nature of Racemates / 6-3.:
Properties of Racemates and of Their Enantiomer Components / 6-4.:
Optical Activity
Crystal Shape
Density and Racemate Type
Melting Point
Solubility
Vapor Pressure
Infrared Spectra
Electronic Spectra / i.:
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectra / j.:
X-Ray Spectra / k.:
Liquid State and Interfacial Properties / l.:
Chromatography / m.:
Mass Spectrometry / n.:
Interaction with Other Chiral Substances / o.:
Biological Properties / p.:
Origins of Enantiomeric Homogeneity in Nature / q.:
Determination of Enantiomer and Diastereomer Composition / 6-5.:
Chiroptical Methods
NMR Methods Based on Diastereotopicity
Chromatographic and Related Separation Methods Based on Diastereomeric Interactions
Kinetic Methods
Miscellaneous Methods
Separation of Stereoisomers, Resolution, and Racemization / 7:
Separation of Enantiomers by Crystallization / 7-1.:
Crystal Picking and Triage
Conglomerates
Preferential Crystallization
Asymmetric Transformation of Racemates and Total Spontaneous Resolution
Chemical Separation of Enantiomers via Diastereomers / 7-3.:
Formation and Separation of Diastereomers; Resolving Agents
Resolution Principles and Practice
Separation Via Complexes and Inclusion Compounds
Chromatographic Resolution
Asymmetric Transformations of Diastereomers
General Methods for the Separation of Diastereomers
Enantiomeric Enrichment and Resolution Strategy / 7-4.:
Kinetic Resolution / 7-5.:
Theory and Stoichiometric and Abiotic Catalytic Kinetic Resolution
Enzymatic Resolution
Miscellaneous Separation Methods / 7-6.:
Racemization / 7-7.:
Racemization Processes
Racemization of Amino Acids
Heterotopic Ligands and Faces: Prostereoisomerism and Prochirality / 8:
Introduction and Terminology / 8-1.:
Significance and History / 8-2.:
Homotopic and Heterotopic Ligands and Faces / 8-3.:
Homotopic Ligands and Faces
Enantiotopic Ligands and Faces
Diastereotopic Ligands and Faces
Concepts and Nomenclature
Heterotopicity and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance / 8-4.:
General Principles. Anisochrony
NMR in Assignment of Configuration and of Descriptors of Prostereoisomerism
Origin of Anisochrony
Conformationally Mobile Systems
Heterotopic Ligands and Faces in Enzyme-Catalyzed Reactions / 8-5.:
Heterotopicity and Stereoelective Synthesis
Heterotopicity and Enzyme-Catalyzed Reactions
Stereochemistry of Alkenes / 9:
Structure of Alkenes and Nature of cis-trans Isomerism / 9-1.:
Nomenclature
Cumulenes
Alkenes with Low Rotational Barriers and Nonplanar Alkenes
The C=N and N=N Double Bonds
Determination of Configuration of cis-trans Isomers / 9-2.:
Chemical Methods
Physical Methods
Interconversion of cis-trans Isomers: Position of Equilibrium and Methods of Isomerization / 9-3.:
Position of cis-trans Equilibria
Methods of Equilibration
Directed cis-trans Interconversion
Conformation of Acyclic Molecules / 10:
Conformation of Ethane, Butane, and Other Simple Saturated Acyclic Molecules / 10-1.:
Alkanes
Saturated Acyclic Molecules with Polar Substituents or Chains and the Anomeric Effect
Conformation of Unsaturated Acyclic and Miscellaneous Compounds / 10-2.:
Unsaturated Acyclic Compounds
Alkylbenzenes
Miscellaneous Compounds
Physical and Spectral Properties of Diastereomers and Conformers / 10-3.:
Dipole Moments
NMR Spectroscopy
Conformation and Reactivity: The Winstein-Holness Equation and the Curtin-Hammett Principle / 10-4.:
Configuration and Conformation of Cyclic Molecules / 11:
Stereoisomerism and Configurational Nomenclature of Ring Compounds / 11-1.:
Determination of Configuration of Substituted Ring Compounds / 11-2.:
Symmetry-Based Methods
Methods Based on Physical and Chemical Properties
Correlation Methods
Stability of Cyclic Molecules / 11-3.:
Strain
Ease of Cyclization as a Function of Ring Size
Ease of Ring Closure as a Function of the Ring Atoms and Substitutents: The Thorpe-Ingold Effect
Baldwin's Rules
Conformational Aspects of the Chemistry of Six-Membered Ring Compounds / 11-4.:
Cyclohexane
Monosubstituted Cyclohexanes
Disubstituted and Polysubstituted Cyclohexanes
Conformation and Physical Properties in Cyclohexane Derivatives
Conformation and Reactivity in Cyclohexanes
sp[superscript 2] Hybridized Cyclohexyl Systems
Six-Membered Saturated Heterocycles
Chemistry of Ring Compounds Other than Six-Membered Ones / 11-5.:
Three-Membered Rings
Four-Membered Rings
Five-Membered Rings
Rings Larger Than Six-Membered
Stereochemistry of Fused, Bridged, and Caged Ring Systems / 11-6.:
Fused Rings
Bridged Rings
Propellanes
Catenanes, Rotaxanes, Knots, and Mobius Strips
Cubane, Tetrahedrane, Dodecahedrane, Adamantane, and Buckminsterfullerene
Chiroptical Properties / 12:
Optical Activity and Anisotropic Refraction / 12-1.:
Origin and Theory
Optical Rotatory Dispersion
Circular Dichroism and Anisotropic Absorption / 12-3.:
Applications of Optical Rotary Dispersion and Circular Dichroism / 12-4.:
Determination of Configuration and Conformation: Theory
Classification of Chromophores
Sector and Helicity Rules
Exciton Chirality
Other Applications: Induced ORD and CD
Circular Dichroism of Chiral Polymers
Applications of Optical Activity / 12-5.:
Polarimetry
Empirical Rules and Correlations: Calculation of Optical Rotation
Vibrational Optical Activity / 12-6.:
Chirality in Molecules Devoid of Chiral Centers / 13:
Introduction and Nomenclature / 13-1.:
Allenes / 13-2.:
Historical Overview and Natural Occurrence
Synthesis of Optically Active Allenes
Determination of Configuration and Enantiomeric Purity of Allenes
Cyclic Allenes, Cumulenes, and Ketene Imines
Alkylidenecycloalkanes / 13.3.:
Spiranes / 13-4.:
Biphenyls and Atropisomerism / 13-5.:
Biphenyls and Other Atropisomers of the sp[superscript 2]-sp[superscript 2] Single-Bond Type
Atropisomerism About sp[superscript 2]-sp[superscript 3] Single Bonds
Atropisomerism About sp[superscript 3]-sp[superscript 3] Bonds
Molecular Propellers / 13-6.:
Helicenes / 13-7.:
Molecules with Planar Chirality / 13-8.:
Cyclophanes
trans-Cycloalkenes
Metallocenes and Related Compounds
Index
Preface
Introduction / 1:
Scope / 1-1.:
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Jer-Nan Juang, Minh Q. Phan
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Ordinary differential equations / 1:
Elementary matrix algebra / 2:
Modeling techniques / 3:
Finite-element method / 4:
Response of dynamic systems / 5:
Virtual passive controllers / 6:
State-space models / 7:
State-feedback control / 8:
Dynamic feedback controller / 9:
System identification / 10:
Predictive control / 11:
Bibliography
Suggested reading
Index
Preface
Ordinary differential equations / 1:
Elementary matrix algebra / 2:
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Donald Richie ; foreword by Paul Schrader
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Clifford F. Gray, Erik W. Larson
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Mohsen Razavy
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Preface
A Brief History of Quantum Tunneling / 1:
Some Basic Questions Concerning Quantum Tunneling / 2:
Tunneling and the Uncertainty Principle / 2.1:
Decay of a Quasistationary State / 2.2:
Semi-Classical Approximations / 3:
The WKB Approximation / 3.1:
Method of Miller and Good / 3.2:
Calculation of the Splitting of Levels in a Symmetric Double-Well Potential Using WKB Approximation / 3.3:
Generalization of the Bohr-Sommerfeld Quantization Rule and its Application to Quantum Tunneling / 4:
The Bohr-Sommerfeld Method for Tunneling in Symmetric and Asymmetric Wells / 4.1:
Numerical Examples / 4.2:
Gamow's Theory, Complex Eigenvalues, and the Wave Function of a Decaying State / 5:
Solution of the Schrodinger Equation with Radiating Boundary Condition / 5.1:
The Time Development of a Wave PacketTrapped Behind a Barrier / 5.2:
A More Accurate Determination of the Wave Function of a Decaying State / 5.3:
Some Instances Where WKB Approximation and the Gamow Formula Do Not Work / 5.4:
Simple Solvable Problems / 6:
Confining Double-Well Potentials / 6.1:
Time-dependent Tunneling for a [delta]-Function Barrier / 6.2:
Tunneling Through Barriers of Finite Extent / 6.3:
Tunneling Through a Series of Identical Rectangular Barriers / 6.4:
Eckart's Potential / 6.5:
Double-Well Morse Potential / 6.6:
Tunneling in Confining Symmetric and Asymmetric Double-Wells / 7:
Tunneling When the Barrier is Nonlocal / 7.1:
Tunneling in Separable Potentials / 7.2:
A Solvable Asymmetric Double-Well Potential / 7.3:
Quasi-Solvable Examples of Symmetric and Asymmetric Double-Wells / 7.4:
Gel'fand-Levitan Method / 7.5:
Darboux's Method / 7.6:
Optical Potential Barrier Separating Two Symmetric or Asymmetric Wells / 7.7:
A Classical Description of Tunneling / 8:
Tunneling in Time-Dependent Barriers / 9:
Multi-Channel Schrodinger Equation for Periodic Potentials / 9.1:
Tunneling Through an Oscillating Potential Barrier / 9.2:
Separable Tunneling Problems with Time-Dependent Barriers / 9.3:
Penetration of a Particle Inside a Time-Dependent Potential Barrier / 9.4:
Decay Width and the Scattering Theory / 10:
Scattering Theory and the Time-Dependent Schrodinger Equation / 10.1:
An Approximate Method of Calculating the Decay Widths / 10.2:
Time-Dependent Perturbation Theory Applied to the Calculation of Decay Widths of Unstable States / 10.3:
Early Stages of Decay via Tunneling / 10.4:
An Alternative Way of Calculating the Decay Width Using the Second Order Perturbation Theory / 10.5:
Tunneling Through Two Barriers / 10.6:
Escape from a Potential Well by Tunneling Through both Sides / 10.7:
Decay of the Initial State and the Jost Function / 10.8:
The Method of Variable Reflection Amplitude Applied to Solve Multichannel Tunneling Problems / 11:
Mathematical Formulation / 11.1:
Matrix Equations and Semi-classical Approximation for Many-Channel Problems / 11.2:
Path Integral and Its Semi-Classical Approximation in Quantum Tunneling / 12:
Application to the S-Wave Tunneling of a Particle Through a Central Barrier / 12.1:
Method of Euclidean Path Integral / 12.2:
An Example of Application of the Path Integral Method in Tunneling / 12.3:
Complex Time, Path Integrals and Quantum Tunneling / 12.4:
Path Integral and the Hamilton-Jacobi Coordinates / 12.5:
Remarks About the Semi-Classical Propagator and Tunneling Problem / 12.6:
Heisenberg's Equations of Motion for Tunneling / 13:
The Heisenberg Equations of Motion for Tunneling in Symmetric and Asymmetric Double-Wells / 13.1:
Tunneling in a Symmetric Double-Well / 13.2:
Tunneling in an Asymmetric Double-Well / 13.3:
Tunneling in a Potential Which Is the Sum of Inverse Powers of the Radial Distance / 13.4:
Klein's Method for the Calculation of the Eigenvalues of a Confining Double-Well Potential / 13.5:
Wigner Distribution Function in Quantum Tunneling / 14:
Wigner Distribution Function and Quantum Tunneling / 14.1:
Wigner Trajectory for Tunneling in Phase Space / 14.2:
Wigner Distribution Function for an Asymmetric Double-Well / 14.3:
Wigner Trajectory for an Oscillating Wave Packet / 14.4:
Margenau-Hill Distribution Function for a Double-Well Potential / 14.5:
Complex Scaling and Dilatation Transformation Applied to the Calculation of the Decay Width / 15:
Multidimensional Quantum Tunneling / 16:
The Semi-classical Approach of Kapur and Peierls / 16.1:
Wave Function for the Lowest Energy State / 16.2:
Calculation of the Low-Lying Wave Functions by Quadrature / 16.3:
Method of Quasilinearization Applied to the Problem of Multidimensional Tunneling / 16.4:
Solution of the General Two-Dimensional Problems / 16.5:
The Most Probable Escape Path / 16.6:
Group and Signal Velocities / 17:
Time-Delay, Reflection Time Operator and Minimum Tunneling Time / 18:
Time-Delay in Tunneling / 18.1:
Time-Delay for Tunneling of a Wave Packet / 18.2:
Landauer and Martin Criticism of the Definition of the Time-Delay in Quantum Tunneling / 18.3:
Time-Delay in Multi-Channel Tunneling / 18.4:
Reflection Time in Quantum Tunneling / 18.5:
Minimum Tunneling Time / 18.6:
More about Tunneling Time / 19:
Dwell and Phase Tunneling Times / 19.1:
Buttiker and Landauer Time / 19.2:
Larmor Precession / 19.3:
Tunneling Time and its Determination Using the Internal Energy of a Simple Molecule / 19.4:
Intrinsic Time / 19.5:
A Critical Study of the Tunneling Time Determination by a Quantum Clock / 19.6:
Tunneling Time According to Low and Mende / 19.7:
Tunneling of a System with Internal Degrees of Freedom / 20:
Lifetime of Coupled-Channel Resonances / 20.1:
Two-Coupled Channel Problem with Spherically Symmetric Barriers / 20.2:
A Numerical Example / 20.3:
Tunneling of a Simple Molecule / 20.4:
Tunneling of a Molecule in Asymmetric Double-Wells / 20.5:
Tunneling of a Molecule Through a Potential Barrier / 20.6:
Antibound State of a Molecule / 20.7:
Motion of a Particle in a Space Bounded by a Surface of Revolution / 21:
Testing the Accuracy of the Present Method / 21.1:
Calculation of the Eigenvalues / 21.2:
Relativistic Formulation of Quantum Tunneling / 22:
One-Dimensional Tunneling of the Electrons / 22.1:
Tunneling of Spinless Particles in One Dimension / 22.2:
Tunneling Time in Special Relativity / 22.3:
The Inverse Problem of Quantum Tunneling / 23:
A Method for Finding the Potential from the Reflection Amplitude / 23.1:
Determination of the Shape of the Potential Barrier in One-Dimensional Tunneling / 23.2:
Prony's Method of Determination of Complex Energy Eigenvalues / 23.3:
The Inverse Problem of Tunneling for Gamow States / 23.4:
Some Examples of Quantum Tunneling in Atomic and Molecular Physics / 24:
Torsional Vibration of a Molecule / 24.1:
Electron Emission from the Surface of Cold Metals / 24.2:
Ionization of Atoms in Very Strong Electric Field / 24.3:
A Time-Dependent Formulation of Ionization in an Electric Field / 24.4:
Ammonia Maser / 24.5:
Optical Isomers / 24.6:
Three-Dimensional Tunneling in the Presence of a Constant Field of Force / 24.7:
Examples from Condensed Matter Physics / 25:
The Band Theory of Solids and the Kronig-Penney Model / 25.1:
Tunneling in Metal-Insulator-Metal Structures / 25.2:
Many Electron Formulation of the Current / 25.3:
Electron Tunneling Through Hetero-structures / 25.4:
Alpha Decay / 26:
Index
Preface
A Brief History of Quantum Tunneling / 1:
Some Basic Questions Concerning Quantum Tunneling / 2:
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Clifford F. Gray, Erik W. Larson
出版情報: Boston : McGraw-Hill/Irwin, c2003  xviii, 574, I-14 p. ; 27 cm
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Brief
Preface
Modern Project Management / 1:
Organization Strategies and Project Selection / 2:
Organization: Structure and Culture / 3:
Defining the Project / 4:
Estimating Project Times and Costs / 5:
Developing a Project Plan / 6:
Managing Risk / 7:
Scheduling Resources / 8:
Reducing Project Duration / 9:
Leadership: Being an Effective Project Manager / 10:
Managing Project Teams / 11:
Partnering: Managing Inter-organizational Relations / 12:
Progresses and Performance Measurement and Evaluation / 13:
Project Audit and Closure / 14:
International Projects / 15:
The Process of Project Management and the Future Acronyms / 16:
Appendix
Computer Project
Exercises
Glossary
Project Management Equations
Index
Brief
Preface
Modern Project Management / 1:
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Donald Voet, Judith G. Voet, Charlotte W. Pratt
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Introduction / Part I:
Introduction to the Chemistry of Life / Chapter 1:
Water / Chapter 2:
Biomolecules / Part II:
Nucleotides, Nucleic Acids, and Genetic Information / Chapter 3:
Amino Acids / Chapter 4:
Proteins: Primary Structure / Chapter 5:
Proteins: Three-Dimensional Structure / Chapter 6:
Protein Function / Chapter 7:
Myoglobin and Hemoglobin
Carbohydrates / Chapter 8:
Lipids and Biological Membranes / Chapter 9:
Membrane Transport / Chapter 10:
Enzymes / Part III:
Enzymatic Catalysis / Chapter 11:
Enzyme Kinetics, Inhibition, and Regulation / Chapter 12:
Metabolism / Part IV:
Introduction to Metabolism / Chapter 13:
Glucose Catabolism / Chapter 14:
Glycogen Metabolism and Gluconeogenesis / Chapter 15:
Citric Acid Cycle / Chapter 16:
Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation / Chapter 17:
Photosynthesis / Chapter 18:
Lipid Metabolism / Chapter 19:
Amino Acid Metabolism / Chapter 20:
Mammalian Fuel Metabolism: Integration and Regulation / Chapter 21:
Nucleotide Metabolism / Chapter 22:
Gene Expression and Replication / Part V:
Nucleic Acid Structure / Chapter 23:
DNA Replication, Repair, and Recombination / Chapter 24:
Transcription and RNA Processing / Chapter 25:
Translation / Chapter 26:
Regulation of Gene Expression / Chapter 27:
Cytoskeletal and Motor Proteins and Antibodies / Chapter 28:
Appendix
Bioinformatics
Exercises
Answers to Bioinformatics Exercises
Solutions to Problems
Glossary
Guide to Media Resources
Index
Introduction / Part I:
Introduction to the Chemistry of Life / Chapter 1:
Water / Chapter 2:
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出版情報: Berlin ; Tokyo : Springer, c2005  xiii, 244 p. ; 24 cm
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Theoretical Aspects of Phase Transitions in Ferroelectric Thin Films
Chemical Solution Deposition of Layered-Structured Ferroelectric Thin Films
PB-Based Ferroelectric Thin Films Prepared by MOCVD
Spontaneous Polarization and Crystal Orientation Control of MOCVD PZT and Bi4Ti3O12-Based Films
Rhombohedral PZT Thin Films Prepared by Sputtering
Scanning Nonlinear Dielectric Microscope
Analysis of Ferroelectricity and Enhanced Piezoelectricity near Morphotropic Phase Boundary
Correlation between Domain Structures in Dielectric Properties in Single Crystals of Ferroelectric Solid Solutions
Relaxor Behaviors in Perovskite-Type Dielectric Compounds
Artificial Control of Ordered/Disordered State of B-Site Ions in Ba(Zr,Ti)O3 by a Superlattice Technique
Physics of Ferroelectric Interface: An Attempt to Nano-Ferrolectric Physics
Preparation and Property of Ferroelectic-Insulator-Semiconductor Junction Using YMNO3 Thin Film
Improvement of Memory Retention in Metal-Ferroelectric-Insulator-Semiconductor (MFIS) Structure
Theoretical Aspects of Phase Transitions in Ferroelectric Thin Films
Chemical Solution Deposition of Layered-Structured Ferroelectric Thin Films
PB-Based Ferroelectric Thin Films Prepared by MOCVD
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出版情報: Tokyo : Kodansha , Berlin : Springer, c2004  viii, 249 p. ; 25 cm
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Preface vii
Part I General Theory
   1 The Nature of Chemical Kinetics 3
   1.1 What Is Chemical Kinetics? 3
   1.2 How to Describe Chemical Reaction Rates? 4
   1.3 Can the Rate Equation Be Predicted from the Chemical Equation? 5
   1.4 Rate Equation of Reverse Reaction 7
   References 9
   2 Thermodynamics of Chemical Reactions 11
   2.1 The Chemical Equation of Reaction Is the Law of Conservation of Mass 11
   2.2 Thermodynamic Definition of Reactions 11
   2.3 Chemical Affinity: Thermodynamic Force of Reaction 12
   2.4 Gibbs Energy of Chemical Reaction 15
   2.5 Chemical Affinity in 1806 16
   2.6 Applications of Chemical Affinity: Direction of Chemical Changes 18
   References 19
   3 Experimental Methods and Treatment of Data 21
   3.1 Principle of Rate Measurements 21
   3.2 Treatment of Rate Data 22
   3.3 A Kinetic Measurement of Ethene Hydrogenation with H4Ru4(CO)12 24
   3.3.1 Apparatus and Procedure 25
   3.3.2 Reaction between H4Ru4(CO)12 and Ethene 26
   3.3.3 Catalytic Hydrogenation 27
   References 33
   4 Theory of Complex Reactions: Reaction Path 35
   4.1 Complex Reactions and Elementary Reactions 35
   4.2 Theory of Reaction Path 36
   4.3 Quasi-stationary State Approximation 38
   References 39
   5 Theory of Elementary Reactions 41
   5.1 Starting Point of the Theory of Elementary Reactions: The Arrhenius Equation Is an Approximation of the van't Hoff Equation 41
   5.2 Kinetic Data 46
   5.3 McC. Lewis' Collision Theory of Active Molecules 48
   5.4 Active Molecule and Critical Colliding State 49
   5.5 Potential Energy Surfaces 52
   5.6 Eyring's Theory of Activated Complex 56
   5.7 Activation Free Energy and Entropy 59
   References 62
   6 Coordination Equilibrium and Kinetics 63
   6.1 Horiuti's Theory 63
   6.1.1 Definition and Theorems 63
   6.1.2 Rates of Elementary Reactions 64
   6.2 Coordination Equilibrium 68
   6.2.1 Ideal Coordination 68
   6.2.2 Induced Coordination 70
   6.2.3 Coordination on Cluster of Sites 71
   6.2.4 Coordination on Nonuniform Surface Sites 75
   6.2.5 Relation between Two Models of Coordination on Uniform and Nonuniform Sites 76
   6.2.6 Theory of Coordination on Nonuniform Sites 78
   6.3 Coordination Reactions 81
   6.3.1 Turnover Frequency 81
   6.3.2 Michaelis-Menten Equatlon 83
   6.3.3 Relation between Energies of Coordination and Activation 85
   References 85
Part II Kinetics of Ziegler-Natta-Kaminsky Polymerization
   7 Traditional Kinetics of Ziegler-Natta-Kaminsky Polymerization 89
   7.1 Historical Introduction 89
   7.2 Kinetic Observables and Variables 91
   7.2.1 Rate of Polymerization 91
   7.2.2 Molecular Weight Distribution 92
   7.2.3 Polymerization Time 94
   7.3 Traditional Kinetics 97
   7.3.1 Ideal Kinetic Model: Stationary Rate and MWD 97
   7.3.2 Extension of the Ideal Model 102
   7.3.3 Plausibility and Uncertainty of Traditional Kinetics 108
   References 111
   8 Coordination Kinetics of Ziegler-Natta-Kaminsky Polymerization 113
   8.1 Critical State and Its Initial States 113
   8.2 Monomer Concentration in Solution or Partial Pressure in Gas Phase: Which Is Better as a Kinetic Variable? 116
   8.3 Coordination Kinetics of Elementary Reactions of Growing Polymers: Which Is the Rate-determining Step, Coordination or Insertion? 118
   8.4 Transfer Reaction by Monomer and the First Monomer Insertion 121
   8.5 Solvent Effect 124
   8.6 Coordination Kinetics of Copolymerization 127
   References 129
   9 Homogeneous Polymerization 131
   9.1 Living Polymerization of Propene with V(acac)3/AIR2X Catalysts 131
   9.1.1 Principal Kinetics of Living Polymerization with V(acac)3/Al(C2H5)2Cl 133
   9.1.2 Further Analysis in Accordance with Coordination Kinetics 136
   9.1.3 Reactions of Living Polypropylene with Additive 140
   9.2 Pseudo-living Polymerization of Propene with Soluble Catalysts 145
   9.2.1 Ethene Polymerization with Cp2Ti(C2H5)Cl/Al(C2H5)Cl2 145
   9.2.2 MMA Polymerization with Me2C(Cp)(Ind)Zr(Me)(thf)+BPh4- 146
   9.3 Stationary Propene Polymerization with Vanadium-based Catalysts 151
   9.3.1 Molecular Weight Distribution at Elevated Temperatures 155
   9.4 Kinetics of Polymerization with Metallocene/MAO Catalysts-Trigger, Single-site Two-state or Slow-initiation Model 156
   9.4.1 Kinetic Features and Topics of Kaminsky Polymerization 157
   9.4,2 Trigger Model and Slow-initiation Model 159
   9.4.3 Single-site Two-state Model 160
   References 161
   10 Propene Polymerization with Heterogeneous Ziegler-Natta Catalysts: TiCl3-and MgCl2-supported TiCl4 Catalysts 163
   10.1 Transitional Analysis of Mass Transfer 163
   10.1.1 Pure Polymerization Rate Free from Mass Transfer Effect 167
   10.2 Kinetic Behavior of TiCl3/Al(C2H5)2Y(Y=C2H5, H, Cl, Br, I) 168
   10.2.1 Polymerization Rate during Polymerization 169
   10.2.2 Temperature Dependence of the Stationary Rate 178
   10.2,3 Effect of Hydrogen Addition 179
   10.3 Elimination and Substitution of Cocatalyst during Polymerization: Kinetic Relaxation Method 179
   10.3.1 Rate of Polymerization after Elimination of Cocatalyst 180
   10.3.2 Reversible Changes in the Kinetic Curve with Cocatalyst Substitutions 183
   10.3.3 Pretreatment of TiC13 with Various Halide Compounds 187
   10.3.4 MWDs during Polymerization 188
   10.3.5 Effects of Temperature, Hydrogen Pressure, Monomer Pressure and Cocatalyst Concentration 190
   10.4 MgCl2-supported TiCl4/Al(C2H5)3 Catalyst 192
   10.4.1 Dependence of Polymerization Rate on Time 193
   10.4.2 Kinetic Behavior during Polymerization 195
   10.4.3 Effect of External Electron Donor 202
   10.4,4 Elimination of Cocatalyst during Polymerization 203
   10.4.5 Quasi-living Stages 203
   10.5 Radio-CO Tagging Method and CO Quenching Method 205
   References 213
   11 Kinetic Mechanism of Molecular Weight Distribution and Isotacticity 215
   11.1 Kinetic Features of Molecular Weight Distribution and Isotacticity 215
   11.2 Rival Theories of Broad MWDS 216
   11.2.1 Broad MWDS in the Stationary State 216
   11.2.2 Experimental Test of Rival Theories for Stationary Broad MWDs 223
   11.2.3 MWDs during Quasi-living Polymerization 226
   11.2.4 Possible Kinetic Models of Broadening MWDs 230
   11.3 Kinetic Model of Isotacticity 233
   11.3.1 Characterization of Stereoregularity 233
   11.3.2 Kinetic Models of Stereospecificity 240
   References 243
   Index 245
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Abbreviations
Nomenclature
Table for Conversation
Fundamentals in Design of Structural Body Components / 1:
Necessities and Importance of Lightweighted Structure in Reduction of Thermal Deformation-Discussion Using Mathematical Models / 1.1:
First-hand View for Lightweighted Structures with High Stiffness and Damping in Practice / 1.2:
Axi-symmetrical Configuration-Portal Column (Column of Twin-Pillar Type) / 1.2.1:
Placement and Allocation of Structural Configuration Entities / 1.2.2:
References
What Is Thermal Deformation? / 2:
General Behavior of Thermal Deformation / 2.1:
Estimation of Heat Sources and Their Magnitudes / 2.2:
Estimation of Heat Source Position / 2.2.1:
Estimation of Magnitude of Heat Generation / 2.2.2:
Estimation of Thermal Deformation of Machine Tools / 2.3:
Estimation of Thermal Deformation in General / 2.3.1:
Thermal Deformation Caused by Inner Heat Sources / 2.3.2:
Thermal Deformation Caused by Both Inner and Outer Heat Sources / 2.3.3:
Heat Sources Generated by Chips and Their Dissipation / 2.4:
Mathematical Model of Chips / 2.4.1:
Thermal Properties of Chips-Equivalent Thermal Conductivity and Contact Resistance / 2.4.2:
An Example of Heat Transfer from Piled Chips to Machine Tool Structure / 2.4.3:
Dissipation of Chips / 2.4.4:
Future Perspectives in Research and Development for Heat Sources and Dissipation / 2.5:
Structural Materials and Design for Preferable Thermal Stability / 3:
Remedies Concerning Raw Materials for Structural Body Components / 3.1:
Concrete / 3.1.1:
Painting and Coating Materials / 3.1.2:
New Materials / 3.1.3:
Remedies Concerning Structural Configurations and Plural-Spindle Systems / 3.2:
Non-Sensitive Structure / 3.2.1:
Non-Constraint Structure / 3.2.2:
Deformation Minimization Structure / 3.2.3:
Plural-Spindle Systems-Twin-Spindle Configuration Including Spindle-over-Spindle Type / 3.2.4:
Future Perspectives in Research and Development for Structural Configuration to Minimize Thermal Deformation / 3.3:
Two-Layered Spindle with Independent Rotating Function / 3.3.1:
Selective Modular Design for Advanced Quinaxial-Controlled MC with Turning Function / 3.3.2:
Various Remedies for Reduction of Thermal Deformation / 4:
Thermal Deformations and Effective Remedies / 4.1:
Classification of Remedies for Reduction of Thermal Deformation / 4.2:
Separation of Heat Sources / 4.2.1:
Reduction of Generated Heat / 4.2.2:
Equalization of Temperature Distribution / 4.2.3:
Compensation of Thermal Deformations / 4.2.4:
Innovative Remedies for Minimizing Thermal Deformation in the Near Future / 4.3:
Appendix
Optimization of Structural Design / A.1:
Finite Element Analysis for Thermal Behavior / 5:
Numerical Computation for Thermal Problems in General / 5.1:
Introduction / 5.1.1:
Finite Element Method / 5.1.2:
Finite Differences Method / 5.1.3:
Decision Making for the Selection of Methods / 5.1.4:
Procedure for Thermal Finite Element Analysis / 5.2:
Discretisation / 5.2.1:
Materials / 5.2.3:
Assembling Components to an Entire Machine Tool Model / 5.2.4:
Boundary Conditions / 5.2.5:
Loadcases / 5.2.6:
Linear and Non-Linear Thermal Computation / 5.2.7:
Determination of Boundary Conditions / 5.3:
Convection Heat Transfer Coefficients / 5.3.1:
Emission Coefficients and View Factors / 5.3.3:
Heat Sources and Sinks / 5.3.4:
Thermomechanical Simulation Process / 5.4:
Serial Processing / 5.4.1:
Coupled Processing / 5.4.3:
Future Perspectives in Research and Development for Thermal FEA / 5.5:
Engineering Computation for Thermal Behavior and Thermal Performance Test / 6:
Tank Model / 6.1:
Bond Graph Simulation to Estimate Thermal Behavior within High-Voltage and NC Controllers / 6.2:
Thermal Performance Testing / 6.3:
Index
Preface
Abbreviations
Nomenclature
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Acknowledgements
Physics of the Universe / Chapter 1:
Introduction
Is Newton's Theory an Explanation of Gravity?
The Expanding Universe
The Oscillating Universe Cosmology
The Theory of General Relativity
The Role of Space and Time
Geometry and Matter
Generalization of Einstein's Field Equations
A Unified Field Theory
A Language of Cosmology: The Mathematical Basis of General Relativity / Chapter 2:
Einstein's Tensor Formulation
The Riemann Curvature Tensor
The Geodesic Equation
The Vacuum Equation
The Schwarzschild Solution
The black hole
The Crucial Tests of General Relativity
The Logic of the Spacetime Language
A Unified Field Theory in General Relativity: Extension from the Tensor to the Quaternion Language / Chapter 3:
Factorization of Einstein's Tensor Field Equations
The Riemann Curvature Tensor in Quaternion Form
Spin-affine connection
Spin curvature
The Quaternion Metrical Field Equations
A Symmetric Tensor-Antisymmetric Tensor Representation of General Relativity - Gravity and Electromagnetism
The Einstein Field Equations from the Symmetric Tensor Part
The Maxwell Field Equations from the Antisymmetric Tensor Part
Conclusions
An Oscillating, Spiral Universe Cosmology / Chapter 4:
The oscillating universe cosmology
Equations of motion in general relativity
Dynamics of the Expansion and Contraction of the Universe
The geodesic equation in quaternion form
Dynamics of the Oscillating Universe Cosmology
Derivation of the Hubble Law as an Approximation
The Spiral Structure of the Universe
Concluding Remarks
Dark Matter / Chapter 5:
The Field Equations and the Ground State Solution for the Bound Particle-Antiparticle Pair
Separation of Matter and Antimatter in the Universe
Olber's Paradox
Black Holes / Chapter 6:
Pulsars
On the Human Race and Cosmology
Philosophical Considerations / Chapter 7:
On Truth
Positivism versus Realism, Subjectivity versus Objectivity
On Mach's Influence in Physics and Cosmology
The quantum mechanical limit
The Mach principle
The Mach principle and a unified field theory
References and Notes
Postscript
Physics in the 21st Century
Holism
The Universe
The Mach Principle and the Origin of Inertia from General Relativity
Index
Preface
Acknowledgements
Physics of the Universe / Chapter 1:
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Introduction / 1:
A Brief History
The Molecular Nature of Genes / 2:
An Introduction to Gene Function / 3:
Methods of Molecular Biology
Molecular Cloning Methods / 4:
Molecular Tools for Studying Genes and Gene Activity / 5:
Transcription in Prokaryotes
The Mechanism of Transcription in Prokaryotes / 6:
Operons: Fine Control of Prokaryotic Transcription / 7:
Major Shifts in Prokaryotic Transcription / 8:
DNA-Protein Interactions in Prokaryotes / 9:
Transcription in Eukaryotes
Eukaryotic RNA Polymerases and Their Promoters / 10:
General Transcription Factors in Eukaryotes / 11:
Transcription Activators in Eukaryotes / 12:
Chromatin Structure and Its Effects on Transcription / 13:
Posttranscriptional Events
Messenger RNA Processing I: Splicing / 14:
Messenger RNA Processing II: Capping and Polyadenylation / 15:
Other RNA Processing Events / 16:
Translation
The Mechanism of Translation I: Initiation / 17:
The Mechanism of Translation II: Elongation and Termination / 18:
Ribosomes and Transfer RNA / 19:
DNA Replication, Recombination, and Transposition
DNA Replication I: Basic Mechanism and Enzymology / 20:
DNA Replication II: Detailed Mechanism / 21:
Homologous Recombination / 22:
Transposition / 23:
Genomes
Genomics and Proteomics / 24:
Preface
Correlation Guide
The Last West, Cities, Immigrants, and the Industrial Revolution / Unit 1:
Is History True? / Issue 1:
YES: from Truth in History (The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1979) / Oscar Handlin
NO: from "Mythistory, or Truth, Myth, History, and Historians," American Historical Review (February 1986) / William H. McNeill
Was the Wild West More Violent than the Rest of the United States? / Issue 2:
YES: from "Frontiers," in Ronald Gottesman and Richard Maxwell Brown, eds., Violence in America: An Encyclopedia, vol. 1 (Charles Scribner's Sons, 1999) / David T. Courtright
NO: from "To Live and Die in Dodge City: Body Counts, Law and Order and the Case of Kansas V. Gill," in Michael A. Bellesiles, ed., Lethal Imagination, Violence and Brutality in American History (New York University Press, 1999) / Robert R. Dykstra
Were American Workers in the Gilded Age Conservative Capitalists? / Issue 3:
YES: from Out of Our Past: The Forces That Shaped Modern America, 3rd ed. (Harper & Row, 1984) / Carl N. Degler
NO: from Work, Culture, and Society in Industrializing American: Essays in American Working-Class and Social History (Alfred A. Knopf, 1976) / Herbert G. Gutman
Were Late-Nineteenth-Century Immigrants "Uprooted"? / Issue 4:
YES: from The Uprooted: The Epic Story of the Great Migrations That Made the American People, 2nd ed. (Little Brown and Company, 1973)
NO: from Round-Trip to America: The Immigrants Return to Europe, 1880-1930 (Cornell University Press, 1993) / Mark Wyman
Was City Government in Late-Nineteenth-Century America a "Conspicuous Failure"? / Issue 5:
YES: from A History of American City Government: The Conspicuous Failure, 1870-1900 (National Civic League Press, 1974) / Ernest S. Griffith
NO: from The Unheralded Triumph: City Government in America, 1870-1900 (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1984) / Jon C. Teaford
The Response to Industrialism and Reform, War, and Depression / Unit 2:
Did Booker T. Washington's Philosophy and Actions Betray the Interests of African Americans? / Issue 6:
YES: from Schooling for the New Slavery: Black Industrial Education, 1868-1915 (Greenwood Press, 1978) / Donald Spivey
NO: from "Understanding the Wizard: Another Look at the Age of Booker T. Washington," in W. Fitzhugh Brundage, ed., Booker T. Washington and Black Progress: Up From Slavery 100 Years Later (University of Florida Press, 2003) / Robert J. Norrell
Did the Progressives Fail? / Issue 7:
YES: from "The Failure of Progressivism," in Richard Abrams and Lawrence Levine, eds., The Shaping of the Twentieth Century, 2d ed. (Little, Brown, 1971) / Richard M. Abrams
NO: from Progressivism (Harlan Davidson, 1983) / Arthur S. Link ; Richard L. McCormick
Was Woodrow Wilson Responsible for the Failure of the United States to Join the League of Nations? / Issue 8:
YES: from "Woodrow Wilson Wouldn't Yield," in Alexander De Conde and Armin Rappaport, eds., Essays Diplomatic and Undiplomatic of Thomas A. Bailey (Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1969) / Thomas A. Bailey
NO: from "A New Look at Woodrow Wilson," The Virginia Quarterly Review (Autumn 1962) / William G. Carleton
Was Prohibition a Failure? / Issue 9:
YES: from Repealing National Prohibition, 2d ed. (The University of Chicago Press, 1979, 2000) / David E. Kyvig
NO: from "New Perspectives on the Prohibition 'Experiment' of the 1920s," Journal of Social History, Volume 2 (Fall 1968) / J. C. Burnham
Was the New Deal an Effective Answer to the Great Depression? / Issue 10:
YES: from A New Deal for the American People (Northern Illinois University Press, 1991) / Roger Biles
NO: from Pride, Prejudice, and Politics: Roosevelt Versus Recovery, 1933-1938 (Praeger, 1990) / Gary Dean Best
Was Franklin Roosevelt a Reluctant Internationalist? / Issue 11:
YES: from Roosevelt and World War II (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1969) / Robert A. Divine
NO: from "The Man of the Century," American Heritage (May/June 1994) / Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
The Cold War and Beyond / Unit 3:
Was President Truman Responsible for the Cold War? / Issue 12:
YES: from "Another Such Victory": President Truman, American Foreign Policy, and the Cold War, Diplomatic History (Spring 1999) / Arnold A. Offner
NO: from We Now Know: Rethinking Cold War History (Oxford University Press, 1997) / John Lewis Gaddis
Was Rock and Roll Responsible for Dismantling America's Traditional Family, Sexual, and Racial Customs in the 1950s and 1960s? / Issue 13:
YES: from All Shook Up: How Rock and Roll Changed America (Oxford University Press, 2003) / Glenn C. Altschuler
NO: from God's Country: America in the Fifties (Dembner Books, 1986, 1990) / J. Ronald Oakley
Did the Brown Decision Fail to Desegregate and Improve the Status of African Americans? / Issue 14:
YES: from Jim Crow's Children: The Broken Promise of the Brown Decision (Viking Press, 2002) / Peter Irons
NO: from Simple Justice: The History of Brown v. Board of Education and Black America's Struggle for Equality (Alfred A. Knopf, 2004) / Richard Kluger
Was the Americanization of the War in Vietnam Inevitable? / Issue 15:
YES: from Into the Quagmire: Lyndon Johnson and the Escalation of the Vietnam War (Oxford University Press, 1991) / Brian Van DeMark
NO: from Dereliction of Duty: Lyndon Johnson, Robert McNamara, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the Lies That Led to Vietnam (HarperCollins, 1997) / H. R. McMaster
Has the Women's Movement of the 1970s Failed to Liberate American Women? / Issue 16:
YES: from Domestic Tranquility: A Brief Against Feminism (Spence, 1998) / F. Carolyn Graglia
NO: from "American Women in the Twentieth Century," in Harvard Sitkoff, ed., Perspectives on Modern America: Making Sense of the Twentieth Century (Oxford University Press, 2001) / Sara M. Evans
Were the 1980s a Decade of Affluence for the Middle Class? / Issue 17:
YES: from The America That Reagan Built (Praeger, 2006) / J. David Woodard
NO: from "The Changing Shape of Power: A Realignment in Public Policy," in Steve Fraser and Gary Gerstle, The Rise and Fall of the New Deal Order, 1930-1980 (Princeton University Press, 1980) / Thomas Byrne Edsall
Contributors
Introduction / 1:
A Brief History
The Molecular Nature of Genes / 2:
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Algae and Macrophytes / 2:
Protists / 3:
Sponges / 4:
Coelenterates / 5:
Molluscs / 6:
Crustaceans / 7:
Insecta / 8:
Chaetognaths / 9:
Annelids / 10:
Echinoderms / 11:
Tunicates / 12:
Concluding Remarks / 13:
Introduction / 1:
Algae and Macrophytes / 2:
Protists / 3:
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Preface to the Third Edition
Introduction / 1:
Origins and Early History of NMR / 1.1:
High Resolution NMR: An Overview / 1.2:
Additional Reading and Resources / 1.3:
The Theory of NMR / 2:
Nuclear Spin and Magnetic Moment / 2.1:
Theoretical Descriptions of NMR / 2.2:
Steady-State Quantum Mechanical Description / 2.3:
Effect of the Boltzmann Distribution / 2.4:
Spin-Lattice Relaxation / 2.5:
Precession of Nuclear Magnetic Moments / 2.6:
Classical Mechanical Description of NMR / 2.7:
Magnetization in the Rotating Frame / 2.8:
Methods of Obtaining NMR Spectra / 2.9:
Dynamic Processes / 2.10:
Terminology, Symbols, Units, and Conventions / 2.11:
Problems / 2.12:
Instrumentation and Techniques / 3:
Advantages of Pulse Fourier Transform NMR / 3.1:
Basic NMR Apparatus / 3.2:
Requirements for High Resolution NMR / 3.3:
Detection of NMR Signals / 3.4:
Phase Cycling / 3.5:
Fourier Transformation of the FID / 3.6:
Data Acquisition / 3.7:
Data Processing / 3.8:
Digital Filtering / 3.9:
Alternatives to Fourier Transformation / 3.10:
Sensitivity and Size of Sample / 3.11:
Useful Solvents / 3.12:
Chemical Shifts / 3.13:
The Origin of Chemical Shifts / 4.1:
Theory of Chemical Shifts / 4.2:
Measurement of Chemical Shifts / 4.3:
Empirical Correlations of Chemical Shifts / 4.4:
Some Aspects of Proton Chemical Shifts / 4.5:
Nuclei Other Than Hydrogen / 4.6:
Compilations of Spectral Data and Empirical Estimates of Chemical Shifts / 4.7:
Isotope Effects / 4.8:
Effects of Molecular Asymmetry / 4.9:
Paramagnetic Species / 4.10:
Coupling between Pairs of Spins / 4.11:
Origin of Spin Coupling Interactions / 5.1:
General Aspects of Spin-Spin Coupling / 5.2:
Theory of Spin-Spin Coupling / 5.3:
Correlation of Coupling Constants with Other Physical Properties / 5.4:
Effect of Exchange / 5.5:
Spin Decoupling and Double Resonance / 5.6:
Structure and Analysis of Complex Spectra / 5.7:
Symmetry and Equivalence / 6.1:
Notation / 6.2:
Energy Levels and Transitions in an AX System / 6.3:
Quantum Mechanical Treatment / 6.4:
The Two-Spin System without Coupling / 6.5:
Factoring the Secular Equation / 6.6:
Two Coupled Spins / 6.7:
The AB Spectrum / 6.8:
AX, AB, and A[subscript 2] Spectra / 6.9:
"First-Order" Spectra / 6.10:
Symmetry of Spin Wave Functions / 6.11:
General Procedures for Simulating Spectra / 6.12:
Three-Spin Systems / 6.13:
Relative Signs of Coupling Constants / 6.14:
Some Consequences of Strong Coupling and Chemical Equivalence / 6.15:
"Satellites" from Carbon-13 and Other Nuclides / 6.16:
The AA'BB' and AA'XX' Systems / 6.17:
Spectra of Solids / 6.18:
Spin Interactions in Solids / 7.1:
Dipolar Interactions / 7.2:
"Scalar Coupling" / 7.3:
The Heteronuclear Two-Spin System / 7.4:
Dipolar Decoupling / 7.5:
Cross Polarization / 7.6:
The Homonuclear Two-Spin System / 7.7:
Line Narrowing by Multiple Pulse Methods / 7.8:
Anisotropy of the Chemical Shielding / 7.9:
Magic Angle Spinning / 7.10:
Quadrupole Interactions and Line-Narrowing Methods / 7.11:
Other Aspects of Line Shapes / 7.12:
Orientation Effects in Liquids: Liquid Crystals / 7.13:
Relaxation / 7.14:
Molecular Motions and Processes for Relaxation in Liquids / 8.1:
Nuclear Magnetic Dipole Interactions / 8.2:
Nuclear Overhauser Effect / 8.3:
Relaxation via Chemical Shielding Anisotropy / 8.4:
Electric Quadrupole Relaxation / 8.5:
Scalar Relaxation / 8.6:
Spin-Rotation Relaxation / 8.7:
Relaxation by Paramagnetic Substances / 8.8:
Other Factors Affecting Relaxation / 8.9:
Pulse Sequences / 8.10:
The Spin Echo / 9.1:
The Carr-Purcell Pulse Sequence / 9.2:
Correcting for Pulse Imperfections / 9.3:
Spin Locking / 9.4:
Selective Excitation / 9.5:
Decoupling / 9.6:
Polarization Transfer Methods / 9.7:
Two-Dimensional NMR / 9.8:
General Aspects of 2D Spectra / 10.1:
A Survey of Basic 2D Experiments / 10.2:
Data Acquisition and Processing / 10.3:
Sensitivity Considerations / 10.4:
Density Matrix and Product Operator Formalisms / 10.5:
The Density Matrix / 11.1:
Transformations of the Density Matrix / 11.2:
The One-Spin System / 11.3:
The Two-Spin System / 11.4:
INEPT and Related Pulse Sequences / 11.5:
Product Operators / 11.6:
Coherence Transfer Pathways / 11.7:
Selected 1D, 2D, and 3D Experiments: A Further Look / 11.8:
Spectral Editing / 12.1:
Double Quantum Filtering Experiments / 12.2:
COSY / 12.3:
Heteronuclear Correlation by Indirect Detection / 12.4:
Three- and Four-Dimensional NMR / 12.5:
Elucidation of Molecular Structure and Macromolecular Conformation / 12.6:
Organic Structure Elucidation / 13.1:
Application of Some Useful 2D Methods / 13.2:
Structure and Configuration of Polymers / 13.3:
Three-Dimensional Structure of Biopolymers / 13.4:
NMR Imaging and Spatially Localized Spectroscopy / 13.5:
Use of Magnetic Field Gradients to Produce Images / 14.1:
Use of 2D NMR Methods in Imaging / 14.2:
k Space; Echo Planar Imaging / 14.3:
Factors Affecting Image Contrast / 14.4:
Chemical Shift Imaging and in Vivo Spectroscopy / 14.5:
NMR Imaging in Solids / 14.6:
Properties of Common Nuclear Spins / 14.7:
ABX and AA'XX' Spectra / Appendix B:
The ABX System / B.1:
The AA'XX' System / B.2:
Review of Relevant Mathematics / Appendix C:
Complex Numbers / C.1:
Trigonometric Identities / C.2:
Vectors / C.3:
Matrices / C.4:
Spin Matrices / Appendix D:
One Spin / D.1:
Two-Spin System / D.2:
Selected Answers to Problems / Appendix E:
References
Index
Preface to the Third Edition
Introduction / 1:
Origins and Early History of NMR / 1.1:
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Preface
Symposium Organizers
International Advisory Committee
Screening Committee Members: Awards for Young Scientists and Engineering
Acknowledgements
Winners of Okinaga Award
The 3rd Okinaga Symposium Opening Remarks Shoichi Okinaga 1
Keys to Successful Materials Synthesis: Goldschmidt Crystallochemical Theory and Edisonian Experimentation. No Cray Needed Rustum Roy 2
Materials Science Education in Japan Masao Doyama 6
New Processes as Drivers for Revolutions in Materials Research: Microwave Sintering and Multiple Pulsed Laser Forming Rustum Roy 12
Green Materials: Industrial Ecology R. A. Laudise 23
Ceramics for the Next Millennium Koichi Kugimiya 28
The Way to the Resolution of 0.1nm Kazuo Ito 34
Recent Advances in Alumina A.J. Perrotta 40
Crystallization Process of Amorphous Aluminas to α-Alumina Zenbe-e Nakagawa, Taisuke Aosaki and Naoya Enomoto 52
Optical Nonlinearity of ZnO Composite Nanoparticles with Different Interfacial Chemical Environments Rong-yao Wang, Xiao-chun Wu, Bing-suo Zou, Li Wang and Ji-ren Xu 56
Ultraviolet Light Emission Properties of ZnO Single Crystals N. Ohashi, T. Sekiguchi, H. Haneda, Y. Terada, T. Ohgaki, J. Tanaka, T. Tsurumi and O. Fukunaga 61
Mechanical Properties at High Temperature of High Purity Mullite Ceramics Hiroshi Ohnishi, Katsumi Maeda, Saburo Kose and Toshio Kawanami 65
New Theory on Fracture Toughness of Polycrystalline Alumina in Consideration of Fracture Toughness of Grain and Grain Boundary Junichi Tatami, Kouichi Yasuda, Yohtaro Matsuo and Shiushichi Kimura 69
Preparation of High Purity Magnesium Oxide and Magnetic Ferrite from Chromium Containing Residue 73
   I. Mathematical Model and Experiments under Atmospheric carbonate Leaching Tao Qi, Yi Ahang, Yuehua Guo and Zuohu Li
Preparation of High Purity Magnesium Oxide and Magnetic Ferrite from Chromium Containing Residue 77
   II. Pressurized Carbonate Leaching and Preparation of Magnetic Ferrite Yuehua Guo, Tao Qi, Yi Zhang, Zuohu Li and Jiashu Liu
Concrete, the Gigaphase Ceramic: Its Key Role in Environmentally-Friendly Technology Della M. Roy 81
Investigation on Diffusion Bonded Titanium-Alumina Dental Implants G. Petzow, G. Soyez and G. Elssner 89
Advanced Metallization in ULSI Devices L.J. Chen, J.Y. Yew, S.L. Cheng, B.Y. Tsui and W.F. Wu 97
Multilayered Optical Memory Using Silica Glasses as Data-recording Media Jianrong Qiu, K. Miura and K. Hirao 103
Possibility of Material Recycling using Hydrothermal Process Nakamichi Yamasaki 107
Crystal Growth of CeO2 Under Hydrothermal Conditions Michiyo Kamiya, Eriko Shimada and Yasuro Ikuma 113
Hydrothermal-electrochemical Synthesis of ATiO3(A=Ba, Sr) Thin Films Koji Kajiyoshi, Yukio Sakabe and Kikuo Wakino 117
Synthesis of Lithiophorite by Hydrothermal Soft Chemical Process Qi Feng, Chiaki Honbu, Kazumichi Yanagisawa and Nakamichi Yamasaki 121
Synthesis of Birnessite-Type Sodium Manganese Oxide and the Behavior under Hydrothermal Conditions Qi Feng, En-Hai Sun, Kazumichi Yanagisawa and Nakamichi Yamasaki 125
Processing Science for Engineering Ceramics Mamoru Mitomo 129
Thickness Dependence of Impact Damage Behavior in Sialon Ceramic Yoshio Akimune, Toru Akiba, Naoto Hirosaki and Takao Izumi 135
Low-Temperature Growth of Epitaxial Barium Titanate Thin Films by Irradiation of Low-Energy Positive Oxygen Ions Yurika Ishibashi, Takaaki Tsurumi, Naoki Ohashi and Osamu Fukunaga 139
Exaggerated Anisotropic Growth in Barium Titanate Ceramics D. Kolar and A. Recnik 143
Growth Mechanism and Structural Control of Epitaxially Grown Single Crystal PbTiO3 Thin Films Kiyotaka Wasa 151
Magnetic Thin Films with Anisotropic Grain-growth in the 1 or 3-dimensional Direction Masayoshi Hiramoto, Nozomu Matsukawa, Hiroshi Sakakima, Yo Ichikawa and Kouichi Kugimiya 157
Re-distribution of Oxide Sintering Aids in Liquid-phase-sintered Silicon Carbide Due to Heat Treatment H. Miyazaki, A. Kawaguchi, T. Yano and T. Iseki 161
Initial Growth Process of Epitaxially Chemical-vapor-deposited Titanium Dioxide Crystallites Hidetoshi Saitoh, Hideki Sunayama, Norio Tanaka and Shigeo Ohshio 165
Growth and Characterization of LiTaO3 Single Crystals by the Floating Zone Method Jeong Ho Ryu, Chang-Sung Lim and Keun Ho Auh 169
Preparation of Doped TiO2 by Spray Reaction Method and Their Photocatalytic Behavior N. Ichikuni, K. Ohtsuka, S. Shimazu and T. Uematsu 173
Preparation of Multi-component Fine Particles by Spray Reaction Method; Their Characterization and Catalytic Properties N. Ichikuni, D. Murata, K. Terauchi, S. Shimazu and T. Uematsu 177
Electronic Properties in Lan-nxSr1+nxMnnO3n+1(x=0.4: n=1,2,∞) with Low Dimensional Crystal Structure Minoru Takemoto, Takeshi Ogawa and Hiroyuki Ikawa 181
Migration Behaviour of Co(II) and Fe(III) Ions in an Alkali-borosilicate Glass during Thermal Phase Separation of the System Radhaballabh Debnath 185
Photostimulate Luminescence Glasses as Novel Materials for 2-dimensional X-ray Sensor and Optical Memory Jianrong Qiu and K. Hirao 190
XPS Studies of Graded-Composition Films of Aluminum and Nitrogen Shingo Uchiyama, Yoshihisa Watanabe, Yoshiki Amamoto and Toshikazu Nakamura 194
Structural Study of Perovskite-type PbZn1/3Nb2/3O3 by Single Crystal X-ray Diffraction and EXAFS Y. Matsushima, K. Suda, N. Ishizawa, N. Wakiya and N. Mizutani 198
Relationship between Glass Basicity and Ols Core Energy for Oxide Glasses H. Segawa, T. Yano, S. Shibata and M. Yamane 202
Grain-boundary Sliding and Interlocking of Two-Phase Ceramics Hiroyuki Muto 206
Aluminum Deposition by Using MOCVD on Pitch Based Carbon Fibers Takakazu Suzuki 210
Combustion Synthesis of Fine Ceramics Cascade B.W. Chen and C.C.-Chen 214
Large-scale Combustion Synthesis of Silicon Carbide C.C.-Chen, Y.-C. Fu and K.-Y. Liao 218
A New Process to Obtain RE123 Bulk Superconductors with Enhanced Superconducting Properties in Air M. Kambara, Y. Watanabe, K. Miyake, K. Murata, A. Endo, Y. Shiohara and T. Umeda 222
Some New Developing Trends for Polymer Matrix Composites Ren Jie Wu 226
Nanocomposite Synthesis by Electrodeposition in a Disordered Medium D. Chakravorty, S. Banerjee and S. Roy 232
Intercalation of n-Alkylamines into Copper Molybdenum Bronze Nobukazu Kinomura, Katsuya Mizumoto and Nobuhiro Kumada 239
Distinguishing Ceramic Interfaces through their Bonding: A New Approach Hui Gu 243
Interface Morphological Stability of RE123 Superconductor via Peritectic Reaction Masaki Sumida, Yuh Shiohara and Takateru Umeda 247
Preparation and Thermoelectric Properties of p-type Si-Ge Thermoelectric Materials by Mechanical Alloying H. Okamura, M. Niino, Y.H. Park, M. Miyajima and R. Watanabe 251
Interlayer Interactions and Magnetic Properties of Ferromagnetic Multilayers Y. Suezawa 255
Preparation of CdS Nanoparticles at the Monolayer of a Positively Charged Surfactant W. Huang and W.-L. Yu 261
Distorted Chalcopyrite-type Structure of Ag2GaS under High Pressure H. Kitahara, N. Ishizawa, F. Marumo and Y. Noda 265
An Anaerobic Fixed Bed Reactor with a porous Ceramic Carrier Masayuki Kaneno 269
A Proposal of Predicting Formulae for Influence of Stress on Magnetostriction in Grain Oriented Silicon Steel H. Masui 275
Insulating Metal; Al/Al2O3 Nano-Structure-Controlled Materials Yasuhiro Sugaya and Osamu Inoue 281
Effect of Double Notched Specimen Configuration on the Shear Strength fo C/C Composites Yohsuke Ishiguro, Takashi Akatsu, Yasuhiro Tanabe, Eiichi Yasuda, Kazuhiro Maruyama and Shigehiko Yamada 285
Reaction Synthesis of SiC-AIN Ceramic Alloys Y. Kobayashi, M. Sugimori, L.-F. Li, A. Kawasaki and R. Watanabe 289
Microstructure and Toughening of Hot-pressed SiC-AlN Solid Solutions Keun Ho Auh and Chang-Sung Lim 293
Formation of Intermetallic Compounds on Refractory Metals in Aluminum-Silicon Liquid Makoto Nanko, Akio Takahashi, Takashi Ogura, Akihiko Kitahara, Katsuyuki Yanagihara and Toshio Maruyama 299
Optimal Control of Steel Strip Temperature in Continuous Annealing Processes Naoharu Yoshitani 303
Mechanical Properties and Oxidation Behavior of TiB2 Particle Dispersion Strengthened TiAl Intermetallic Compounds Shunji Kikuhara and Shouichi Ochiai 309
Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Fine Particles H. Masuyama and Y. Kogure 313
Characterization of Silk Produced in 12th Century Japan with the Aid of 12CNMR. Riichiro Chujo 317
Optical Properties of the Natural Quantum-Well System (C6H5C2H4NH3)2 (CH3NH3) m-1 Pb mX 3m+1(X;halogen) Nobuaki Kitazawa and Shigeki Kashiwamura 323
What I Learned from My Forty-years ′R&D Experience on Ceramics and Refractories Kiyoshi Sugita 327
CF4 Plasma Etching of Ta-Al Alloy Thin Films Seung Ho Shin, Yong-Sun Chung and Keun Ho Auh 333
Subject Index 337
Preface
Symposium Organizers
International Advisory Committee
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List of contributors
Preface
Foreword
Acknowledgements
The Global Energy and Water Cycles / Part I:
The global energy cycle / Richard D. Rosen1:
The global water cycle / Taikan Oki2:
Global Atmospheric Models, Data Assimilation and Applications to the Energy and Water Cycles / Part II:
Atmospheric models for weather prediction and climate simulations / Eugenia Kalnay3:
Numerical approximations for global atmospheric models / David Williamson4:
Parameterization of subgrid-scale processes / Hua-lu Pan5:
Principles of data assimilation / Milija Zupanski6:
Estimation of the global energy and water cycle from global data assimilation / Glenn White ; Suranjana Saha7:
Coupled atmosphere-ocean modeling for climate simulation and prediction / Ming Ji ; Arun Kumar8:
Atmospheric Processes and their Large-Scale Effects / Part III:
Radiative effects of clouds and water vapour / Graeme L. Stephens9:
Effects of aerosols on clouds and radiation / Peter V. Hobbs10:
Vertical transport processes / T. Hauf ; S. Brinkop11:
Precipitating cloud systems / Peter Jonas12:
Surface and Sub-Surface Precipitation / Part IV:
Estimating surface precipitation / D. Rosenfeld ; C. G. Collier13:
Air-sea fluxes and their estimation / Peter K. Taylor ; Kristina B. Katsaros14:
The ocean's response to the freshwater cycle / Raymond W. Schmitt15:
Physical and physiological feedback constraining evaporation from land surfaces / J. L. Monteith16:
Soil water / P. J. Gregory17:
Surface runoff and subsurface redistribution of water / Eric F. Wood18:
Use of Small-Scale Models and Observational Data to Investigate Coupled Processes / Part V:
Mesoscale field experiments and models / Jean-Claude AndrT ; Jodl Noilhan ; Jean-Paul Goutorbe19:
Cloud-resolving models / M. W. Moncrieff ; W.-K. Tao20:
Examples of the Use of GCMs to Investigate Effects of Coupled Processes / Part VI:
The interaction of convective and turbulent fluxes in general circulation models / David Gregory ; Andrew Bushell ; Andrew Brown21:
Soil moisture-precipitation interaction: experience with two land surface schemes in the ECWMF model / Anton C. M. Beljaars ; Pedro Viterbo22:
Continental-Scale Water Budgets / Part VII:
Estimating evaporation-minus-precipitation as a residual of the atmospheric water budget / Kevin E. Trenberth ; Christian J. Guillemot23:
Factors determining the partitioning of precipitation into evaporation and runoff / P. C. D. Milly24:
The water budget of a middle latitude continental region: a modelling and observational study / Peter Rowntree25:
Estimating large scale run-off / E. Todini ; L. Dnmenil26:
The Way Forward / Part VIII:
Toward an integrated land-atmosphere-ocean hydrology / Moustafa T. Chahine27:
Index
List of contributors
Preface
Foreword
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Introduction / 1:
Crystal Lattices / 2:
The Lattice / 2.1:
The Unit Cell / 2.1.1:
Atom Parameters / 2.1.2:
The Seven Crystal Systems / 2.1.3:
The Fourteen Bravais Lattices / 2.2:
The Hexagonal, Trigonal and Rhombohedral Systems / 2.2.1:
The Reduced Cell / 2.2.2:
The Geometry of X-Ray Diffraction / 3:
X-Rays / 3.1:
Interference by a One-Dimensional Lattice / 3.2:
The Laue Equations / 3.3:
Lattice Planes and hkl-Indices / 3.4:
The Bragg Equation / 3.5:
Higher Orders of Diffraction / 3.6:
The Quadratic Form of the Bragg Equation / 3.7:
The Reciprocal Lattice / 4:
From the Direct to the Reciprocal Lattice / 4.1:
The Ewald Construction / 4.2:
Structure Factors / 5:
Atom Formfactors / 5.1:
Atom Displacement Factors / 5.2:
Crystal Symmetry / 5.3:
Simple Symmetry Elements / 6.1:
Coupling of Symmetry Elements / 6.1.1:
Combination of Symmetry Elements / 6.1.2:
Symmetry Directions / 6.2:
Symmetry Elements Involving Translation / 6.3:
Combination of Translation with Other Symmetry Elements / 6.3.1:
Coupling of Translation with Other Symmetry Elements / 6.3.2:
The 230 Space Groups / 6.4:
Space-group Notation in International Tables for Crystallography / 6.4.1:
Centrosymmetric Crystal Structures / 6.4.2:
The Asymmetric Unit / 6.4.3:
Space Group Types / 6.4.4:
Group-Subgroup Relationships / 6.4.5:
Visible Effects of Symmetry / 6.5:
Microscopic Structure / 6.5.1:
Macroscopic Properties and Crystal Classes / 6.5.2:
Symmetry of the Lattice / 6.5.3:
Symmetry of the Diffraction Pattern--The Laue Groups / 6.5.4:
Determination of the Space Group / 6.6:
Determination of the Laue Group / 6.6.1:
Systematic Absences / 6.6.2:
Transformations / 6.7:
Experimental Methods / 7:
Growth, Choice and Mounting of a Single Crystal / 7.1:
Measuring the Diffraction Pattern of Single Crystals / 7.2:
Film Methods / 7.2.1:
The Four-circle (serial) Diffractometer / 7.2.2:
Reflection profile and scan type / 7.2.3:
Area Detector Systems / 7.3:
Data Reduction / 7.4:
Lp correction / 7.4.1:
Standard Uncertainty / 7.4.2:
Absorption Correction / 7.4.3:
Other Diffraction Methods / 7.5:
Neutron Scattering / 7.5.1:
Electron Scattering / 7.5.2:
Structure Solution / 8:
Fourier Transforms / 8.1:
Patterson Methods / 8.2:
Symmetry in Patterson Space / 8.2.1:
Structure Solution Using Harker Peaks / 8.2.2:
Patterson shift methods / 8.2.3:
Direct Methods / 8.3:
Harker-Kasper Inequalities / 8.3.1:
Normalized Structure Factors / 8.3.2:
The Sayre Equation / 8.3.3:
The Triplet Relationship / 8.3.4:
Origin Fixation / 8.3.5:
Strategies of Phase Determination / 8.3.6:
Structure Refinement / 9:
The Method of Least Squares / 9.1:
Refinement Based on F[subscript o] or F[superscript 2 subscript o] Data / 9.1.1:
Weights / 9.2:
Crystallographic R-Values / 9.3:
Refinement Techniques / 9.4:
Location and Treatment of Hydrogen Atoms / 9.4.1:
Restricted Refinement / 9.4.2:
Damping / 9.4.3:
Symmetry Restrictions / 9.4.4:
Residual Electron Density / 9.4.5:
Rietveld Refinement / 9.5:
Additional Topics / 10:
Disorder / 10.1:
Site Occupancy Disorder / 10.1.1:
Positional and Orientational Disorder / 10.1.2:
One- and Two-Dimensional Disorder / 10.1.3:
Modulated Structures / 10.1.4:
Quasicrystals / 10.1.5:
Anomalous Dispersion and "Absolute Structure" / 10.2:
Chiral and Polar Space Groups / 10.2.1:
Extinction / 10.3:
The Renninger Effect / 10.4:
The [lambda]/2-Effect / 10.5:
Thermal Diffuse Scattering (TDS) / 10.6:
Errors and Pitfalls / 11:
Wrong Atom-Types / 11.1:
Twinning / 11.2:
Classification by the Twin-Element / 11.2.1:
Classification According to Macroscopic Appearance / 11.2.2:
Classification According to Origin / 11.2.3:
Diffraction Patterns of Twinned Crystals and their Interpretation / 11.2.4:
Twinning or Disorder? / 11.2.5:
False Unit Cells / 11.3:
Space Group Errors / 11.4:
Misplaced Origins / 11.5:
Poor Atom Displacement Parameters / 11.6:
Interpretation and Presentation of Results / 12:
Bond Lengths and Bond Angles / 12.1:
Best Planes and Torsion Angles / 12.2:
Structural Geometry and Symmetry / 12.3:
Structural Diagrams / 12.4:
Electron Density / 12.5:
Crystallographic Databases / 13:
The Inorganic Crystal Structure Database (ICSD) / 13.1:
The Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) / 13.2:
The Metals Crystallographic Data File (CRYST-MET) / 13.3:
Other Collections of Crystal Structure Data / 13.4:
Deposition of Structural Data in Data Bases / 13.5:
Crystallography on the Internet / 13.6:
Outline of a Crystal Structure Determination / 14:
Worked Example of a Structure Determination / 15:
Bibliography
Index
Introduction / 1:
Crystal Lattices / 2:
The Lattice / 2.1:
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Linear Systems, Random Data
Zero-Memory Nonlinear Systems
Direct and Reverse MI/SO
Techniques for Analysis and Identification of Nonlinear Systems
Parallel Linear and Nonlinear Systems
Determination of Physical Parameters with Memory in Nonlinear Systems
Nonlinear System Response Properties of a Naval Frigate from Measured Ocean Engineering Data
Nonlinear System Response Properties of a Naval Barge from Measured Ocean Engineering Data
Bilinear and Trilinear Systems
Input Output Relations for Bilinear and Trilinear Systems
References
Index
Glossary of Symbols
Linear Systems, Random Data
Zero-Memory Nonlinear Systems
Direct and Reverse MI/SO
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Dirac memorial address / Stephen Hawking
Paul Dirac: aspects of his life and work / Abraham Pais1:
Antimatter / Maurice Jacob2:
The monopole / David Olive3:
The Dirac equation and geometry / Michael F. Atiyah4:
Preface / Peter Goddard
Dirac memorial address / Stephen Hawking
Paul Dirac: aspects of his life and work / Abraham Pais1:
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Contact laws / 2:
Impact dynamics / 3:
Low velocity impact damage / 4:
Damage prediction / 5:
Residual properties / 6:
Ballistic impact / 7:
Repairs / 8:
Impact on sandwich structures / 9:
References
Introduction / 1:
Contact laws / 2:
Impact dynamics / 3:
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Combinatorial Chemistry and Molecular Diversity: An Introduction
Historical Overview of the Developing Field of Molecular Diversity / J. Chabala, et al.
Solid-Phase Peptide Synthesis, Lead Generation, and Optimization / B. Seligman, et al.
Oligonucleotide Libraries as a Source of Molecular Diversity / H.-Y. Mei, et al.
Small Molecular Libraries
Protease Inhibitor Libraries / D. Patel ; D. Campbell
Scaffolds for Small Molecule Libraries / M. Pavia
Encoded Combinatorial Chemistry / J. Jacobs ; Z.-J. Ni
Parallel Organic Synthesis in Array Format / S. Hall
Automation, Analytical, and Computational Methods
Automation of Combinatorial Chemistry for Large Libraries / M. Needels ; J. Sugarman
Quantifying Diversity / Y. Martin, et al.
Biological Diversity
Protein Scaffolds for Peptide Libraries / R. Hoess
Screening
Strategies for Screening Combinatorial Libraries / B. Beutel
Combinatorial Drug Screening and Development
Combinatorial Technologies: Prospects and Future Issues / J. Kerwin
Appendix
Index
Combinatorial Chemistry and Molecular Diversity: An Introduction
Historical Overview of the Developing Field of Molecular Diversity / J. Chabala, et al.
Solid-Phase Peptide Synthesis, Lead Generation, and Optimization / B. Seligman, et al.
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出版情報: New York : Elsevier, 1998  xvi, 1000 p. ; 25 cm
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Preface
Introduction I. Ando and T. Asakura
I. Basic Principles
   1. NMR Chemical Shift and Electronic Structure I. Ando, N. Asakawa and G.A. Webb 1
   2. Distance Information and Dipolar Interaction H. Saito, S. Tuzi and A. Naito 23
   3. NMR Relaxations and Dynamics F. Horii 51
   4. Spin Diffusion in Solids M. Ernst and B. H. Meier 83
   5. NMR Imaging and Spatial Information B. Bluemich, P. Bluemler and K. Saito 123
   6. Multi-nuclear NMR 165
   6.1. 1H NMR B.C. Gerstein 166
   6.2. 2H NMR A.S. Ulrich and S.L. Graege 190
   6.3. 3H NMR J.P. Bloxsidge, J. R. Jones, J. C. Russell, A. P. Sharratt, T.A. Vick and D. Zhong 212
   6.4. 15N NMR T.A. Cross 218
   6.5. 17O NMR S. Kuroki 236
   6.6. 19F NMR R.K. Harris, G.A. Monti and P. Holstein 253
II. Applications of Solid State NMR
   7. Structure and Dynamics of Crystalline and Noncrystalline Phases in Polymers T. Yamanobe 267
   8. Oriented Fibers and Polymers T. Asakura and M. Demura 307
   9. Polyethylene and Paraffins T. Yamanobe and H. Kurosu 327
   10. Polymer Blends and Miscibility A. Asano and K. Takegoshi 351
   11. Polyolefins A. Aoki and T. Asakura 415
   12. Polyamides I. Ando and T. Asakura 445
   13. Thermoplastic Polymers and Polyimides A. K. Whittaker 469
   14. Poly(ethylene terephthalate) T. Asakura and T. Ito 491
   15. Crosslinked Polymers R.V. Law and D.C. Sherrington 509
   16. Electrically-Conducting Polymers H. Kurosu 589
   17. Inorganic Polymers T. Takayama 613
   18. Fluoropolymers R.K. Harris, G.A. Monti, and P. Holstein 667
   19. Hydrogen-bonded Polymers F. Horii and K. Masuda 713
   20. Polymer Gel Systems H. Yasunaga, M. Kobayashi and S. Matsukawa 737
   21. Biodegradable Polymers Y. Inoue 771
   22. Polypeptides I. Ando, T. Kameda, and N. Asakawa 819
   23. Proteins T. Asakura, M. Demura, N. Nishikawa and H. Yoshimizu 853
   24. Polysaccharides and Biological Systems H. Saito, S. Tuzi, and A. Naito 891
   25. NMR Characterization of Functionalized Polysiloxanes G.E. Maciel 923
III. Conclusions I. Ando and T. Asakura 985
Subject Index 987
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Introduction I. Ando and T. Asakura
I. Basic Principles
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