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2017-11-17
08:25
[FZJ-2017-07563] Journal Article
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Note on X(3872) production at hadron colliders and its molecular structure
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The production of the X(3872) as a hadronic molecule in hadron colliders is clari¯ed. We show that theconclusion of Bignamini et al., Phys. [...]
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2017-11-16
10:33
[FZJ-2017-07556] Journal Article
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Accelerated parameter mapping of multiple-echo gradient-echo data using model-based iterative reconstruction
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A new reconstruction method, coined MIRAGE, is presented for accurate, fast, and robust parameter mapping of multiple-echo gradient-echo imaging; the basis sequence of novel quantitative MRI techniques such as water content and susceptibility mapping. Assuming that the temporal signal can be modeled as a sum of damped complex exponentials, MIRAGE performs model-based reconstruction of undersampled data by minimizing the rank of local Hankel matrices. [...]

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2017-11-15
15:20
[FZJ-2017-07550] Contribution to a book
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Boron isotope fractionation among vapor-liquids-solids-melts: Experiments and atomistic modeling
Boron isotopes: The fifth element, Edition New York : Springer, Advances in Isotope Geochemistry, 6, 33-69 (2017)
A quantitative understanding of the principle factors that govern their geochemical behavior is required to employ boron and its isotopes as geochemical tracers of any vapor-, liquid- or melt-mediated process in the Earth’s interior. Feedback between experiments and computational predictions are required to gain insight into the processes driving isotope partitioning. [...]
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2017-11-15
15:08
arXiv [FZJ-2017-07548] Contribution to a conference proceedings/Contribution to a book
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A New Generation of Cool White Dwarf Atmosphere Models Using Ab Initio Calculations; First edition
[Print] 20th European White Dwarf Workshop : proceedings of a conference held at University of Warwick, Coventry, West Midlands, United Kingdom, 25-29 July 2016 / Tremblay, Pier-Emmanuel ; Gänsicke, Boris T. ; Marsh, Tom First edition, San Francisco : Astronomical Society of the Pacific, [2017],
20th European White Dwarf Workshop, Meeting locationWarwick, UK, 25 Jul 2016 - 29 Jul 20162016-07-252016-07-29
San Francisco : Astronomical Society of the Pacific, Astronomical Society of the Pacific conference series, volume 509, xxii, 579 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme (2017)
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Due to their high photospheric density, cool helium-rich white dwarfs (particularly DZ, DQpec and ultracool) are often poorly described by current atmosphere models. As part of our ongoing efforts to design atmosphere models suitable for all cool white dwarfs, we investigate how the ionization ratio of heavy elements and the H$_2$-He collision-induced absorption (CIA) spectrum are altered under fluid-like densities. [...]
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2017-11-15
15:04
[FZJ-2017-07546] Journal Article/Contribution to a conference proceedings/Contribution to a book
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Infrared Opacities in Dense Atmospheres of Cool White Dwarf Stars; First edition
[Print] 20th European White Dwarf Workshop : proceedings of a conference held at University of Warwick, Coventry, West Midlands, United Kingdom, 25-29 July 2016 / Tremblay, Pier-Emmanuel ; Gänsicke, Boris T. ; Marsh, Tom First edition, San Francisco : Astronomical Society of the Pacific, [2017],
20th European White Dwarf Workshop, Meeting locationWarwick, UK, 25 Jul 2016 - 29 Jul 20162016-07-252016-07-29
Astronomical Society of the Pacific conference series 509, 155 (2017)
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Dense, He-rich atmospheres of cool white dwarfs represent a challenge to the modeling. This is because these atmospheres are constituted of a dense fluid in which strong multi-atomic interactions determine their physics and chemistry. [...]
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2017-11-15
14:42
[FZJ-2017-07543] Journal Article
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Increasing genomic instability during cancer therapy in a patient with Li-Fraumeni syndrome
Background: Li-Fraumeni syndrome (LFS) is a cancer predisposition disorder characterized by germlinemutations of the p53 tumor-suppressor gene. In response to DNA damage, p53 stimulates protective cellularprocesses including cell-cycle arrest and apoptosis to prevent aberrant cell proliferation. [...]
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2017-11-15
09:14
[FZJ-2017-07541] Journal Article
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Synergistic Effect of Blended Components in Nonaqueous Electrolytes for Lithium Ion Batteries
Application of different electrolyte components as blends in nonaqueous electrolyte formulations represents a viable approach towards improving the overall performance and reliability of a lithium ion battery cell. By combining the advantages of different electrolyte constituents, cell chemistry can be optimized and tailored for a specific purpose. [...]

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2017-11-10
12:44
[FZJ-2017-07444] Lecture (Standard)
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Group Theory
Lecture at University of Bonn (Bonn, Germany), 11 Oct 2017 - 31 Jan 20182017-10-112018-01-31
Lecture on Group Theory (University of Bonn) /Contents: 1) Motivation: symmetries and groups in physics;2) Finite groups;3) Group representations and character theory;4) SU(2), SU(3) and the Poincaré group;5) Permutation group and Young tableaux;6) Lie groups and algebras..
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2017-11-09
14:40
[FZJ-2017-07402] Journal Article
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Relationships Between Gravity Waves Observed at Earth's Surface and in the Stratosphere Over the Central and Eastern United States
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Observations of tropospheric gravity waves (GWs) made by the new and extensive USArray Transportable Array (TA) barometric network located east of the Rockies, in the central and eastern United States and of stratospheric (30–40 km above sea level) GWs made by the Atmospheric Infrared Sounder (AIRS) are compared over a 5 year time span from 2010 through 2014. GW detections in the period band from 2 to 6 h made at the Earth's surface during the thunderstorm season from May through August each year exhibit the same broad spatial and temporal patterns as observed at stratospheric altitudes. [...]

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2017-10-25
15:49
[FZJ-2017-07216] Journal Article
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The FEW-Nexus city index – Measuring urban resilience
Applied energy 2017, S0306261917301502 (2017) [10.1016/j.apenergy.2017.02.026]
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