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It further contains a summary of the basic concepts about microstructures and equilibrium properties, and of analytical and numerical methods, which are relevant for the theoretical description of the suspensions.


In this paper, we briefly introduce the basic concepts and protocols of continuous variable quantum communication, and then summarize the experimental researches accomplished by our group in this field.


Computer experiments are performed on the determination of thermodynamic properties and structural characteristics of the LennardJones fluid in one and twophase models to check the basic concepts of the van der Waals theory of capillarity.


Calculations are performed using the basic concepts of the theory of volume filling of micropores, DubininRadushkevich equation, and linear adsorption isosteres.


Basic concepts of firstorder phase transitions are formulated, and the state of the art in this field is considered using nanoparticle nucleation and growth as examples.


The basic concepts and results are expressed in purely algebraic terms.


Then, the definition of a digital library is given (as it is understood by the authors), basic concepts are discussed, and IIRS is considered as a digital library.


It was demonstrated that the basic concepts of complexation are applicable to the depassivation of binary alloys in aqueous solutions.


Analyzing and clarifying the basic concepts of the statistical method in the theory of material exchange between the solid (ordered) and liquid (disordered) phases noticeably modifies the problem of the metal dissolution and deposition.


The results are interpreted with the application of basic concepts of the De Bethune theory concerning thermal diffusion transport in electrolytes.


Basic concepts of an algorithm for assessing the condition of reinforcement in concrete are discussed.


The basic concepts of the wavelet analysis are outlined.


The basic concepts of the discrete wavelet analysis are outlined.


Experimental data confirmed the basic concepts of the models developed.


The basic concepts of this principle and the rules for alignment of the crystallographic symmetry of a seed crystal with the external symmetry of the thermal field formed by the crucible with a melt are shown.


Some basic concepts of the statistical description of the nuclear Fermi liquid drop are discussed.


The basic concepts of the symplectic framework are developed in general, and the ordinary and nexttoordinary spacetime cases with l=1, 2, respectively, are elaborated in more detail.


The basic concepts of the theory are considered: classification of wave catastrophes, methods for constructing uniform asymptotics applied to describe fields in such regions, and analysis of the field structure.


First, it presents some basic concepts and assumption such as the monotonic indexes space, monotonic indexes requirement locus, etc.


The basic concepts and achievements in the generation of intense beams of protons, light ions, and multiply charged heavy ions are presented.

