With an atomic beam apparatus and two lasers at λ1 = 852.1nm and λ2=510 nm, the Cs atoms are excited to high Rydberg states via a two-step process. The Stark effect of the Rydberg Cs atom has been experimentally studied in the range of external field 0-600 V/cm, the map of the Stark spectra reveal profound "l-mixing" and "n-mixing" of the Stark sublevels.
The values of activation energy Q in Z factor expression were regressed to be 322.3 and 351.6 kJ/mol for TiAlMnNb and TiAlMnNbB alloys, respectively, suggesting that the tensile plastic deformation at peak stress is controlled by an atomic diffusion process in nature.
Flavonoid antioxidants act as scavengers of free radicals by rapid donation of a hydrogen atom.
Also, the amino acid α-C atom radial distribution indicated that, with larger peripheral groups, more back-folding of the dendrimers occurred.
Based on the property that energy of most atoms is highly concentrated, an algorithm is proposed to fast reconstruct an image from atoms' parameters by limiting atom reconstruction calculating within the atom energy concentrating area.
Moreover, methods for fast calculating atom energy and normalization are also put forward.
Theory of Atom Optics: Feynman's Path Integral Approach
For the S1 we exhibit concrete examples of admissible Gabor atoms which are very closely related to uncertainty minimizing states.
An advantage of DNB is that it is suitable for the separation of the basic compounds containing nitrogen atoms without a capped process because the spacer containing nitrogen atoms can shield the residual silanols from DNB.
The results show that Pd atoms are monolayer-dispersed on the Ni surface in these Pd/Ni catalysts.
Here, for the sake of modeling the HRIRs more truthfully, we consider choosing optimal time-frequency atoms from redundant dictionary to decompose this kind of signals of HRIRs and achieve better results than all the previous models.
To overcome this one of the main drawbacks in image sparse decomposition, the property of the energy distribution of atoms is studied in this paper.
After filtration, the solid mass consisting of nickel complex and naphthalene was dissolved in 5 mL of dimethylformamide, and the metal was determined using a flame atomic absorption spectrometer at a wavelength of 232 nm.
Iron concentrations in fruit samples were determined by using flame atomic absorption spectrometry (FAAS).
The Enrichment/Separation of Fe, Co, Pb, Cd, and Cr on Ambersorb 563 Prior to Their Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometric Determ
The metal ions in the eluent were determined by flame atomic absorption spectrometer (FAAS).
A microcolumn of alumina modified with sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) and 1-(2-pyridylazo)-2-naphthol (PAN) was prepared for the preconcentration of trace nickel from water samples for a flame atomic absorption spectrometry (FAAS) determination.