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Hydrodynamic and Polyelectrolyte Properties of Actin Filaments: Theory and Experiments
Actin filament’s polyelectrolyte and hydrodynamic properties, their interactions with the biological environment, and external force fields play an essential role in their biological activities in eukaryotic cellular ...
Stability of Superprotonic CsH2PO4 Hermetically Sealed in Different Environments
Using powder X-ray diffraction and AC impedance spectroscopy, we have found that the superprotonic CsH2PO4 (CDP) phase is stable at T = 250 °C when sealed in different volumes (15 mL and 50 mL) of dry air or inert gasses. ...
Simulation and Modeling of Optical Properties of U, Th, Pb, and Co Nanoparticles of Interest to Nuclear Security Using Finite Element Analysis
In this work, the optical characteristics of uranium (U), lead (Pb), cobalt (Co), and thorium (Th) nanoparticles are fashioned and simulated employing the finite element analysis (FEA) approach concerning multiple particle ...
Theory of Weakly Polydisperse Cytoskeleton Filaments
Cytoskeleton filaments have the extraordinary ability to change conformations dynamically in response to alterations of the number density of actins/tubulin, the number density and type of binding agents, and the electrolyte ...
On the Mechanism Controlling the Relative Orientation of Graphene Bi-Layers
We have measured the relative orientation of rotated graphene bi-layers (RGBs) deposited by chemical vapor deposition and found that there are spontaneously occurring preferred orientations. Measurements were performed ...