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edited by Angelo Albini and Maurizio Fagnoni
出版情報: Wiley Online Library Online Books, 2009 , Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, 2009
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Photochemical Methods
Photochemistry and Organic Synthesis
Irradiation Apparatus
Further Experimental Parameters
Photochemical Steps in Synthesis
Carbon-Carbon Bond Formation by Photoelimination of Small Molecules In Solution and In Crystals
Introduction
Photochemical C-C Bond Formation in Solution
Reactions in the Solid State
Conclusions
Intermolecular Addition Reactions Onto C-C Multiple Bonds
Addition to C-C Double Bonds
Addition to C-C Triple Bonds
Formation Of A 3-Membered Ring
Di-Pi-Methane Rearrangement
Oxa-Di-Pi-Methane Rearrangement and Related Rearrangements
[2+1] Cycloaddition of Alkenes with Carbenes
Formation of a Cyclopropane Via Intramolecular Hydrogen Abstraction
[3+2] Cycloaddition of Arenes with Alkenes
Photochemical Synthesis of Three-Membered Heterocycles
Formation Of A 4-Membered Ring I
[2+2]-Photocycloaddition of Non Conjugated Alkenes
[2+2]-Photocycloaddition of Aromatic Compounds
Photochemical Electrocyclic Reactions
Intramolecular Gamma-Hydrogen Abstraction / Yang Reaction
Metal Catalyzed Reactions
Various Methods
Formation Of A 4-Membered Ring II
[2+2]-Photocycloaddition of Enones (Substrate Type A1)
[2+2]-Photocycloaddition of Vinylogous Amides and Esters (Substrate Clases A2 and A3)
[2+2]-Photocycloaddition of Alpha, Beta-Unsaturated Carboxylic Acid Derivatives (Substrate Classes A4, A5 and A6)
Conclusions and Perspectives
Formation Of A 4-Membered Ring III (Oxetanes)
Generally Accepted Mechanisms of the Paterno-Buchi Reaction
Regio- and Siteselective Synthesis of Oxetanes
Stereoselective Syntheses of Oxetanes
Conclusive Remarks
Formation Of A 5-Membered Ring
Formation of Five-Membered Ring: Intramolecular Delta-H Abstraction
Formation of Five-Membered Rings Via [3+2]-Cycloadditions
Photochemical Electrocyclization Reactions: Synthesis of Fused Five-Membered Ring Compounds
Photoinduced Electron Transfer Radical Cation Mediated Cyclizations: Synthesis of Five-Membered Carbocyclic as well as Heterocyclic Ring Systems
Formation Of 6-Membered Ring (And Larger Rings)
Photoelectron Transfer Initiated Cyclizations
Photoinduced 6Pi-Electrocyclization
Photocycloaddition Reactions
Remote Intramolecular Hydrogen Abstraction
Ring Contraction and Ring Enlargement
Other Reactions
Summary
Aromatic And Heteroaromatic Substitution by SRN1 and SN1 Reactions
General Mechanistic Features
Carbon-Carbon Bond Formation
Carbon-Heteroatom Bond Formation
Synthesis of Bi, Tri, and Poliaryls
Synthesis of Carbocycles and Heterocycles
Singlet Oxygen As a Reagent in Organic Synthesis
Dioxetanes
Endoperoxides
Allylic Hydroperoxides
Tandem Singlet Oxygen Reactions
Conclusion
Synthesis of Heteroaromatics Via Rearrangement Reactions
Synthesis of Five-Membered Rings with One Heteroatom
Synthesis of Five-Membered Rings with Two Heteroatoms
Synthesis of Five-Membered Rings with Three Heteroatoms
Synthesis of Six-Membered Rings
Synthesis of Seven-Membered Rings
Concluding Remarks
Photolabile Protecting Groups In Organic Synthesis
Photolabile Protecting Groups
Chromatic Orthogonality
Two-Photons Absorption
Perspectives and Conclusion
Photochemical Methods
Photochemistry and Organic Synthesis
Irradiation Apparatus
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editors-in-chief, Steven D. Brown, Romà Tauler, Beata Walczak
出版情報: Amsterdam : Elsevier, c2009  4 v.
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edited by Thomas Q. Hu
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List of Contributors
Preface to the third edition
Preface to the first edition
The physiology and embryology of hair growth / 1:
Hair follicle structure, keratinization and the physical properties of hair / 2:
The hair in infancy and childhood / 3:
Hair patterns: hirsuties and androgenetic alopecia / 4:
Diffuse alopecia: endocrine, metabolic and chemical influences on the follicular cycle / 5:
Hereditary and congenital alopecia and hypotrichosis / 6:
Defects of the hair shaft / 7:
Hypertrichosis / 8:
Traumatic alopecia / 9:
Alopecia areata / 10:
Cicatrical alopecia / 11:
The colour of the hair / 12:
Infections and infestations / 13:
Psychological factors and disorders of the hair / 14:
Hair cosmetics / 15:
Hair and scalp in systemic diseases / 16:
Diseases of the scalp and skin diseases involving the scalp / 17:
Naevi, tumours and cysts of the scalp / 18:
Measurement of hair growth and investigation of hair disease / 19:
Index
List of Contributors
Preface to the third edition
Preface to the first edition
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Kunihiro Kuwajima ... [et al.] (eds.)
出版情報: Berlin : Springer, c2009  1 online resource
シリーズ名: Biological and medical physics, biomedical engineering
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Mapping Protein Folding Landscapes by NMR Relaxation / P.E. Wright ; D.J. Felitsky ; K. Sugase ; H.J. Dyson1:
NMR Techniques for Studying Protein Folding / 1.1:
The Apomyoglobin Folding Landscape / 1.2:
Structure of the Kinetic Molten Globule State / 1.3:
The Upper Reaches of the Folding Landscape / 1.4:
Paramagnetic Relaxation Probes: Spin Labeling of Apomyoglobin / 1.5:
Model for Transient Interactions / 1.6:
Information from Relaxation Dispersion Measurements / 1.7:
Folding of an Intrinsically Disordered Protein Upon Binding to a Target / 1.8:
References
Experimental and Simulation Studies of the Folding/Unfolding of Goat ?-Lactalbumin / K. Kuwajima ; T. Oroguchi ; T. Nakamura ; M. Ikeguchi ; A. Kidera2:
Introduction / 2.1:
Goat ?-Lactalbumin / 2.2:
Differences Between the Unfolding Behaviors of Authentic and Recombinant Goat ?-Lactalbumin / 2.3:
Experimental Studies / 2.3.1:
Simulation Studies / 2.3.2:
Conclusions / 2.3.3:
Folding/Unfolding Pathways of Goat ?-Lactalbumin / 2.4:
Summary and Perspectives / 2.4.1:
Transition in the Higher-order Structure of DNA in Aqueous Solution / T. Sakaue ; K. Yoshikawa3:
Long DNA Molecules in Aqueous Solution / 3.1:
Primary, Secondary, and Higher-order Structures / 3.2.1:
DNA Condensation / 3.2.2:
Looking at Single DNA Molecules / 3.2.3:
Statistical Physics of Folding of a Long Polymer / 3.3:
Some Basis / 3.3.1:
Continuous Transition in Flexible Polymers: Coil-Globule Transition / 3.3.2:
Discontinuous Transition in Semiflexible Polymers / 3.3.3:
Instability Due to the Remanent Charge / 3.3.4:
Higher-order Structure and Genetic Activity / 3.4:
Toward Chromatin Structure / 3.4.2:
Generalized-Ensemble Algorithms for Studying Protein Folding / Y. Okamoto4:
Generalized-Ensemble Algorithms / 4.1:
Multicanonical Algorithm / 4.2.1:
Multidimensional Extensions of Multicanonical Algorithm / 4.3:
Replica-Exchange Method / 4.3.1:
Multidimensional Extensions of Replica-Exchange Method / 4.3.2:
Examples of Simulation Results / 4.4:
Protein Folding and Binding: Effective Potentials, Replica Exchange Simulations, and Network Models / A.K. Felts ; M. Andrec ; E. Gallicchio ; R.M. Levy4.5:
Methods / 5.1:
The OPLS-AA/AGBNP Effective Potential / 5.2.1:
Replica Exchange Molecular Dynamics / 5.2.2:
The Network Model of Protein Folding / 5.2.3:
Loop Prediction with Torsion Angle Sampling / 5.2.4:
Folding of Peptides / 5.3:
G-Peptide Folding / 5.3.1:
Folding of Other Small Peptides / 5.3.2:
Loop Prediction / 5.3.3:
Kinetic Model of the G-Peptide / 5.4:
The G-Peptide has Apparent Two-State Kinetics After a Small Temperature Jump Perturbation / 5.4.1:
The G-Peptide has an ?-Helical Intermediate During Folding from Coil Conformations / 5.4.2:
A Molecular View of Kinetic Pathways / 5.4.3:
Ligand Conformational Equilibrium in a Cytochrome P450 Complex / 5.5:
Methodology / 5.5.1:
The Population of the Proximal State as a Function of Temperature / 5.5.2:
Simple Continuous and Discrete Models for Simulating Replica Exchange / 5.6:
Discrete Network Replica Exchange (NRE) / 5.6.1:
RE Simulations using MC on a Continuous Potential / 5.6.2:
Conclusion / 5.7:
Functional Unfolded Proteins: How, When, Where, and Why? / S.-C. Sue6:
What is a Functional Unfolded Protein? / 6.1:
Where do Functional Unfolded Proteins Occur? / 6.2:
How Are Functional Unfolded Proteins Studied? / 6.3:
NMR Spectra: Practical Considerations / 6.4:
Dynamic Complexes in CBP / 6.5:
Role of Flexibility in the Function of I$$B? / 6.6:
Structure of the Photointermediate of Photoactive Yellow Protein and the Propagation Mechanism of Structural Change / M. Kataoka ; H. Kamikubo7:
Solution X-ray Scattering / 7.1:
Photoactive Yellow Protein / 7.2:
Solution Structure Analysis of Photointermediate of PYP / 7.3:
High-Angle X-ray Scattering of PYP in the Dark and in the Light / 7.3.1:
Analysis of High Angle Scattering / 7.3.2:
Propagation Mechanism of the Structural Change / 7.4:
Summary / 7.5:
Time-Resolved Detection of Intermolecular Interaction of Photosensor Proteins / M. Terazima8:
Principle / 8.1:
Diffusion Coefficient / 8.3:
Time-Resolved Detection of Interprotein Interactions / 8.4:
Protein-Protein Interaction of the Photoexcited Photoactive Yellow Protein / 8.4.1:
Photoinduced Dimerization of AppA / 8.4.2:
Photoinduced Dimerization and Dissociation of Phototropins / 8.4.3:
Diffusion Detection of Interprotein Interaction / 8.4.4:
Volumetric Properties of Proteins and the Role of Solvent in Conformational Dynamics / C.A. Royer ; R. Winter9:
Thermodynamics / 9.1:
Thermal Expansivity and ?V / 9.3:
A Statistical Mechanics Theory of Molecular Recognition / T. Imai ; N. Yoshida ; A. Kovalenko ; F. Hirata9.4:
Outline of the RISM and 3D-RISM Theories / 10.1:
Recognition of Water Molecules by Protein / 10.3:
Noble Gas Binding to Protein / 10.4:
Selective Ion-Binding by Protein / 10.5:
Pressure-Induced Structural Transition of Protein and Molecular Recognition / 10.6:
Perspective / 10.7:
Computational Studies of Protein Dynamics / J.A. McCammon11:
Brief Survey of Protein Motions / 11.1:
Binding and Selectivity / 11.3:
Concerted Binding and Release / 11.4:
Molecular Clocks / 11.5:
Biological Functions of Trehalose as a Substitute for Water / M. Sakurai12:
Hydration Property of Trehalose / 12.1:
Property of the Aqueous Solution of Trehalose / 12.2.1:
Atomic-Level Picture of Hydration of Trehalose / 12.2.2:
Solid-State Property of Trehalose / 12.3:
Polymorphism / 12.3.1:
Glassy State of Trehalose / 12.3.2:
Biological Roles of Trehalose / 12.4:
Possible Mechanisms of Anhydrobiosis / 12.4.1:
Strategy for Desiccation Tolerance in the Sleeping Chironomid / 12.4.2:
Other Biological Roles of Trehalose / 12.4.3:
Protein Misfolding Diseases and the Key Role Played by the Interactions of Polypeptides with Water / C.M. Dobson12.5:
The Importance of Normal and Aberrant Protein Folding in Biology / 13.1:
Protein Aggregation and Amyloid Formation / 13.3:
Molecular Evolution and the Control of Protein Misfolding / 13.4:
Impaired Misfolding Control and the Onset of Disease / 13.5:
Probing Misfolding and Aggregation in Living Organisms / 13.6:
The Recent Proliferation of Misfolding Diseases and Prospects for Effective Therapies / 13.7:
Concluding Remarks / 13.8:
Effect of UV Light on Amyloidogenic Proteins: Nucleation and Fibril Extension / A.K. Thakur ; Ch. Mohan Rao14:
Amyloid / 14.1:
Structural Perturbation / 14.2.1:
Nucleation / 14.2.2:
Fibril Extension / 14.2.3:
UV Light as a Potent Structural Perturbant / 14.3:
UV-Induced Aggregation of Prion Protein / 14.3.1:
Prevention of UV-Induced Aggregation of Prion Protein / 14.3.2:
UV Exposure Alters Conformation of Prion Protein / 14.3.3:
UV-Exposed Proteins Failed to Form Amyloid De Novo / 14.3.4:
Is Subcritical Concentration of UV-Exposed Protein Responsible for Failure to Form Amyloid Fibrils? / 14.3.5:
UV-Exposed Amyloidogenic Proteins Form Amyloid Upon Seeding / 14.3.6:
UV-Exposed Prion Protein Fibrils Show Altered Fibril Morphology / 14.3.7:
Discussion / 14.4:
Real-Time Observation of Amyloid Fibril Growth by Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence Microscopy / H. Yagi ; T. Ban ; Y. Goto15:
Total Internal Reflection Fluorscence Microscopy / 15.1:
Real-Time Observation of ?2-m and A? Fibrils / 15.3:
Effects of Various Surfaces on the Growth of A? Fibrils / 15.4:
Spontaneous Formation of A?(1-40) Fibrils and Classification of Morphologies / 15.5:
Index / 15.6:
Mapping Protein Folding Landscapes by NMR Relaxation / P.E. Wright ; D.J. Felitsky ; K. Sugase ; H.J. Dyson1:
NMR Techniques for Studying Protein Folding / 1.1:
The Apomyoglobin Folding Landscape / 1.2:
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edited by Vistasp M. Karbhari and Farhad Ansari
出版情報: Cambridge : Woodhead Publishing, 2009 , Boca Raton : CRC Press, 2009  1 online resource
シリーズ名: Woodhead Publishing in materials
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Introduction: structural health monitoring - a means to optimal design in the future / V M Karbhari
Structural health monitoring: applications and data analysis / F N Catbas1:
Structural health monitoring (SHM) approach / 1.1:
Components for a complete SHM / 1.2:
Application scenarios for decision making / 1.3:
Emerging role of structural health monitoring for management / 1.4:
Critical considerations for structural health monitoring interpretations / 1.5:
Data analysis and interpretation and some methods / 1.6:
Conclusions / 1.7:
Acknowledgments / 1.8:
References / 1.9:
Structural health monitoring technologies / Part I:
Piezoelectric impedence transducers for structural health monitoring of civil infrastructure systems / Y W Yang ; C K Soh2:
Introduction / 2.1:
Electromechanical impedance modeling / 2.2:
Damage assessment / 2.3:
Sensing region of lead zirconate titanate transducers / 2.4:
Practical issues on field applications / 2.5:
Wireless sensors and networks for structural health monitoring of civil infrastructure systems / R A Swartz ; J P Lynch2.6:
Challenges in wireless monitoring / 3.1:
Hardware requirements for wireless sensors / 3.3:
Wireless sensing prototypes / 3.4:
Embedded data processing / 3.5:
Wireless monitoring: case studies / 3.6:
Wireless sensors and cyber-infrastructures / 3.7:
Wireless feedback control / 3.8:
Future trends / 3.9:
Sources of further information and advice / 3.10:
References and further reading / 3.11:
Synthetic aperture radar and remote sensing technologies for structural health monitoring of civil infrastructure systems / M Shinozuka ; B Mansouri4:
Optical remote sensing: background / 4.1:
Change/damage detection in urban areas / 4.3:
Radar remote sensing: background / 4.4:
Side-looking aperture radar / 4.5:
Synthetic aperture radar / 4.6:
Feasibility of change detection by SAR simulation / 4.7:
Change/damage detection using actual satellite SAR data / 4.8:
Light detection and ranging remote sensing / 4.9:
Magnetoelastic stress sensors for structural health monitoring of civil infrastructure systems / M L Wang4.10:
Stress and magnetization / 5.1:
Magnetoelastic stress sensors / 5.3:
Effect of temperature on magnetic permeability / 5.4:
Magnetoelastic sensor and measurement unit / 5.5:
Application of magnetoelastic sensor on bridges / 5.6:
Vibration-based damage detection techniques for structural health monitoring of civil infrastructure systems / L S-W Lee5.7:
Dynamic testing of structures / 6.1:
Overview of vibration-based damage detection / 6.3:
Application to a fiber reinforced polymer rehabilitated bridge structure / 6.4:
Extension to prediction of service life / 6.5:
Operational modal analysis for vibration-based structural health monitoring of civil structures / H. Guan ; C Sikorsky6.6:
Overview of operational modal analysis / 7.1:
The time domain decomposition technique / 7.3:
The frequency domain natural excitation technique / 7.4:
Application of operational modal analysis techniques to highway bridges / 7.5:
Fiber optic sensors for structural health monitoring of civil infrastructure systems / F Ansari7.6:
History / 8.1:
Fiber optic sensors / 8.2:
White light interferometric sensors / 8.3:
Strain optic law and gage factors / 8.4:
Multiplexing and distributed sensing issues / 8.5:
Applications / 8.6:
Monitoring of bridge cables / 8.7:
Monitoring of cracks / 8.8:
Data management and signal processing for structural health monitoring of civil infrastructure systems / D K McNeill8.9:
Data collection and on-site data management / 9.1:
Issues in data communication / 9.3:
Effective storage of structural health monitoring data / 9.4:
Structural health monitoring measurement processing / 9.5:
Statistical pattern recognition and damage detection in structural health monitoring of civil infrastructure systems / K Worden ; G Manson ; S Rippengill9.6:
Case study one: an acoustic emission experiment / 10.1:
Analysis and classification of the AE data / 10.3:
Case study two: damage location on an aircraft wing / 10.4:
Analysis of the aircraft wing data / 10.5:
Discussion and conclusions / 10.6:
Acknowledgements / 10.7:
Applications of structural health monitoring in civil infrastructure systems / 10.8:
Structural health monitoring of bridges: general issues and applications / D Inaudi11:
Introduction: bridges and cars / 11.1:
Integrated structural health monitoring systems / 11.2:
Designing and implementing a structural health monitoring system / 11.3:
Bridge monitoring / 11.4:
Application examples / 11.5:
Structural health monitoring of cable-supported bridges in Hong Kong / K Y Wong ; Y Q Nr11.6:
Scope of structural health monitoring system / 12.1:
Modular architecture of structural health monitoring system / 12.3:
Sensory system / 12.4:
Data acquisition and transmission system / 12.5:
Data processing and control system / 12.6:
Structural health evaluation system / 12.7:
Structural health data management system / 12.8:
Inspection and maintenance system / 12.9:
Operation of wind and structural health monitoring system / 12.10:
Application of wind and structural health monitoring system / 12.11:
Structural health monitoring of historic buildings / A De Stefano ; P Clemente12.12:
Inspection techniques / 13.1:
Dynamic testing of ancient masonry buildings / 13.3:
The Holy Shroud Chapel in Turin (Italy) / 13.4:
References and bibliography / 13.5:
Structural health monitoring research in Europe: trends and applications / W R Habel14:
Structural health monitoring in Europe / 14.1:
Survey of European structural health monitoring networks and events / 14.2:
Main centres with structural health monitoring activities in European countries / 14.3:
Selected examples of structural health monitoring projects in Europe / 14.4:
Structural health monitoring research in China: trends and applications / J Ou ; H Li14.5:
Fiber optic sensing technology / 15.1:
Wireless sensors and sensor networks / 15.2:
Smart cement-based strain gauge / 15.3:
Applications: a structural health monitoring system for an offshore platform / 15.4:
Applications: the National Aquatic Center for the Olympic Games ('water cube') / 15.5:
Applications: the Harbin Songhua River Bridge / 15.6:
Index / 15.7:
Contributor contact details
Introduction: structural health monitoring - a means to optimal design in the future / V M Karbhari
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edited by Hassan A. Karimi, Burcu Akinci
出版情報: [Abingdon] : Taylor & Francis Group, 2009  1 online resource (xi, 235 p.)
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Current Trends and Future Direction in CAD
Current Trends and Future Direction in GIS
CAD/GIS Integration: Rationale and Challenges
Interoperable Methodologies and Techniques in CAD
Interoperable Methodologies and Techniques in CAD-GIS
Integration Standardization Efforts: The Open Geospatial Consortium Perspective
CAD/GIS Integration Issues for Seamless Navigation between Indoor/Outdoor Environments
Semantics in CAD/GIS Integration
Ontologies for Linking CAD/GIS
CAD and GIS Interoperability through Semantic Web Services
Preface
Authors
Contributors
Current Trends and Future Directions in CAD / Omer Akin1:
Current Trends and Future Directions in GIS / Piyawan Kasemsuppakorn ; Duangduen Roongpiboonsopit ; Hassan A. Karimi2:
Interoperable Methodologies and Techniques in CAD-GIS Integration Standardization Efforts: The Open Geospatial Consortium Perspective / Semiha Kiziltas ; Fernanda Leite ; Burcu Akinci ; Robert R. Lipman ; Carl Reed3:
CAD/GIS Integration Issues for Seamless Navigation between Indoor and Outdoor Environments / Mahsa Ghafourian ; Chassan A. Karimi6:
Semantics In CAD/GIS Integration / Michael J. Casey ; Sriharsha Vankadara7:
Index / Tamer El-Diraby ; Hesham Osman ; Anu Pradhan ; Cheng-Chien Wu ; Greg Fichtl8:
Current Trends and Future Direction in CAD
Current Trends and Future Direction in GIS
CAD/GIS Integration: Rationale and Challenges
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edited by Krijn P. de Jong
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Basic Principles And Tools
General Aspects
Ion Adsorption Interfacial
Chemistry Sol-gel
Chemistry Impregnation and Drying Deposition Precipitation
Co-precipitation Clusters and Immobilization
Catalyst Shaping Microspectroscopy
High Throughput Experimentation
Case Studies
Zeolites Ordered Mesoporous
Materials
Hydrotreating
Catalysts
Hydro-isomerisation
Catalysts Methanol
Catalysts Steam Methane
Reforming Catalysts
Noble Metal Catalysts
Gold Catalysts
Basic Principles And Tools
General Aspects
Ion Adsorption Interfacial
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Sergey V. Pasechnik, Vladimir G. Chigrinov, and Dina V. Shmeliova
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Introduction / 1:
Physical Backgrounds for Practical Applications of Liquid Crystals / 2:
Flows of Anisotropic Liquids / 3:
Ultrasound in Liquid Crystals / 4:
Experimental Determination of Elastic and Viscous Parameters of Liquid Crystals / 5:
Liquid Crystals for Display and Photonics Applications / 6:
Liquid Crystal Sensors / 7:
Introduction / 1:
Physical Backgrounds for Practical Applications of Liquid Crystals / 2:
Flows of Anisotropic Liquids / 3:
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edited by Maher S. Amer
出版情報: Wiley Online Library Online Books , Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, c2009
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Preface
Introduction, Theory and Instrumentation / Section I:
Introduction & Overview / Maher S. AmerChapter 1:
Raman Scattering Theory and Elements of Raman Instrumentation / Philippe Colomban ; Gw_nadl GouadecChapter 2:
Polymers, Colloidal & Food Applications / Section II:
Raman Applications in Polymer Films for Real-time Characterization / Giriprasath Gururajan ; Amod A. OgaleChapter 3:
Raman Applications in Synthetic and Natural Polymer Fibers and Their Composites / Robert Young ; Steve EichhornChapter 4:
Raman Application in Emulsion Polymerization Systems / Oihana Elizalde ; Jose Ramon LeizaChapter 5:
Raman Applications in Liquid Crystals / Naoki HayashiChapter 6:
Raman Applications in Foams / Chapter 7:
Raman Applications in Food Analysis / Nanna Viereck ; Tina Salomonsen ; Frans van den Berg ; S0ren Balling EngelsenChapter 8:
Medical Applications / Section III:
Raman Applications in Bone Imaging / S. Gamsj+ger ; M. Kazanci ; E.P. Paschalis ; P. FratzlChapter 9:
Raman Applications in Cancer Studies / Young-Kun Min ; Satoru Naito ; Hiroya Yamazaki ; Ehiichi Kohda ; Hiro-o HamaguchiChapter 10:
Contributors
Introduction, Theory, And Instrumentation / I:
Introduction and Overview / 1:
Polymer, Colloidal, And Food Applications / Gwenaël Gouadec2:
Raman Applications in Polymer Films for Real-Time Characterization / 3:
Raman Application in Bone Imaging / Robert J. Young ; Steve J. Eichhorn ; Sôren Balling Engelsen ; Sonja Gamsjäger ; Murat Kazanci ; Eleftherios P. Paschalis ; Peter Fratzl4:
Index / 10:
Preface
Introduction, Theory and Instrumentation / Section I:
Introduction & Overview / Maher S. AmerChapter 1:
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出版情報: [Hoboken, N.J.] : Wiley Online Library, 2009  1 online resource (xvii, 551 p.)
シリーズ名: Wiley series in microwave and optical engineering / Kai Chang, editor ;
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Preface to the First Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Introduction / 1:
Array Background / 1.1:
Systems Factors / 1.2:
Annotated Reference Sources / 1.3:
References
Basic Array Characteristics / 2:
Uniformly Excited Linear Arrays / 2.1:
Planar Arrays / 2.2:
Beam Steering and Quantization Lobes / 2.3:
Directivity / 2.4:
Linear Array Pattern Synthesis / 3:
Dolph-Chebyshev Arrays / 3.1:
Taylor One-Parameter Distribution / 3.3:
Taylor N-Bar Aperture Distribution / 3.4:
Low-Sidelobe Distributions / 3.5:
Villeneuve N-Bar Array Distribution / 3.6:
Difference Patterns / 3.7:
Sidelobe Envelope Shaping / 3.8:
Shaped Beam Synthesis / 3.9:
Thinned Arrays / 3.10:
Acknowledgment
Planar and Circular Array Pattern Synthesis / 4:
Circular Planar Arrays / 4.1:
Noncircular Apertures / 4.2:
Array Elements / 5:
Dipoles / 5.1:
Waveguide Slots / 5.2:
TEM Horns / 5.3:
Microstrip Patches and Dipoles / 5.4:
Acknowledgments
Array Feeds / 6:
Series Feeds / 6.1:
Shunt (Parallel) Feeds / 6.2:
Two-Dimensional Feeds / 6.3:
Photonic Feed Systems / 6.4:
Systematic Errors / 6.5:
Mutual Coupling / 7:
Fundamentals of Scanning Arrays / 7.1:
Spatial Domain Approaches to Mutual Coupling / 7.3:
Spectral Domain Approaches / 7.4:
Scan Compensation and Blind Angles / 7.5:
Finite Arrays / 8:
Methods of Analysis / 8.1:
Scan Performance of Small Arrays / 8.2:
Finite-by-Infinite Array Gibbsian Model / 8.3:
Superdirective Arrays / 9:
Historical Notes / 9.1:
Maximum Array Directivity / 9.2:
Constrained Optimization / 9.3:
Matching of Superdirective Arrays / 9.4:
Multiple-Beam Antennas / 10:
Beamformers / 10.1:
Low Sidelobes and Beam Interpolation / 10.3:
Beam Orthogonality / 10.4:
Conformal Arrays / 11:
Scope / 11.1:
Ring Arrays / 11.2:
Arrays on Cylinders / 11.3:
Sector Arrays on Cylinders / 11.4:
Arrays on Cones and Spheres / 11.5:
Connected Arrays / 12:
History of Connected Arrays / 12.1:
Connected Array Principles / 12.2:
Connected Dipole Currents / 12.3:
Connection by Reactance / 12.4:
Connected Array Extensions / 12.5:
Reflectarrays and Retrodirective Arrays / 13:
Reflectarrays / 13.1:
Retrodirective Arrays / 13.2:
Reflectors with Arrays / 14:
Focal Plane Arrays / 14.1:
Near-Field Electromagnetic Optics / 14.2:
Measurements and Tolerances / 15:
Measurement of Low-Sidelobe Patterns / 15.1:
Array Diagnostics / 15.2:
Waveguide Simulators / 15.3:
Array Tolerances / 15.4:
Author Index
Subject Index
Preface to the First Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Introduction / 1:
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