The age-hardening behavior and low friction characteristics of Cu-Sn-Bi alloy with 1.5 mass% nickel and 0.3 mass% sulfur (PBX alloy) have been investigated. The PBX alloy showed age-hardening when aged at the temperature range of 623 K to 743 K for over 0.6 ks after solution treatment at α+γ stable temperature. Peak hardness was obtained by aging at 673 K. After aging at the temperature range of 573 K to 743 K, the supersaturated solid solution part changed into eutectoid structure in which fine δ precipitated. The age-hardening of the PBX alloy showed a two-step hardening. The first step began within 0.6 ks and then hardness increased slowly with aging time. Aged at 673 K, the eutec- toid matrix changed into a pine needle-shaped structure. The structure is a mixed structure of a bainitic structure and quasi-martensite having mid-rib structures in several places. Aged at 743 K, the macro crystal grain size did not change in 3.6 ks, but aging over 14.4 ks caused macro crystal grain refinement. The dynamic friction coefficient of the PBX alloy in an oil bath of 333K was smaller than that of JIS CAC603 alloy due to the eutectoid structure of the α phase and fine δ phase.[doi:10.2320/matertrans.F-M2017831]
The polarograms of 4-(substituted) acetophenone salicylyl hydrazone at pH 4.1 are recorded at 303, 313, 323, 333K to study the effect of temperature on the limiting current and the half-wave potential and the results are presented in Table 5. The compounds exhibit well-defined single cathodic waves at all temperatures in the pH range of study. The linear plots of i l versus h
The polarograms of 4-(substituted) acetophenone salicylyl hydrazone at pH 4.1 are recorded at 303, 313, 323, 333K to study the effect of temperature on the limiting current and the half-wave potential and the results are presented in Table 5. The compounds exhibit well-defined single cathodic waves at all temperatures in the pH range of study. The linear plots of i l versus h 1/2 suggest that the limiting current is diffusion controlled at all temperatures. The
parameters were fixed at a frequency of 4.5 Hz, a methanol-to-oil molar ratio of 9:1, an amount of catalyst (KOH) of 2.5 wt% and a residence time of 60 s. As shown in Fig. 4, the FAME content increases almost linearly with increasing reaction temperature and reaches a maximum level of 98.1% at 333K. Beyond the optimum reaction temperature of 333K, the FAME content declined significantly with further increasing reaction temperature from 333 to 338 K. The results were in good agreement with previous investigations that an increase in reaction temperature beyond the boiling point of alcohol caused the reduction in FAME content [13, 27]. This is because at a higher temperature, more methanol becomes gaseous phase with the reduction of methanol concentration in the liquid phase effectively, causing the methanol-to-oil ratio to be too low.
chloride solution was slowly added dropwise to the ligand solution. The reaction mixture was stirred for 3 h at 333K and then cooled to room temperature. Light-yellow crystals of (I) were obtained at room temperature over a period of a few weeks. The complex was recrys- tallized from distilled water.
Polarization and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) were used to investigate the corrosion behavior of 13Cr stainless steel in acid solution at 333K. The reference electrode, auxiliary electrode and working electrode used the standard chlorinated silver, platinum electrode and 13Cr stainless steel of 1 cm 2 (10 mm × 10 mm), respectively. All electrochemical measurements were obtained in acid solution, after reaching a steady open circuit potential. All potentials were measured versus SCE. Potentiodynamic polarization curves were obtained at the scan rate of 1.0 mV·s -1 in the potential range from - 300 to + 300 mV. EIS measurements were carried out using AC signals of amplitude 5 mV peak- to-peak at the open circuit potential (E oc ) in the frequency range 10 5 Hz to 10 -2 Hz.
Knudsen et al BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2014, 14 333 http //www biomedcentral com/1471 2393/14/333 RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Increased risk of severe congenital heart defects in offspring expose[.]
Next, we consider adding the AL-FEC scheme to improve the transmission efficiency. We assume the maximum group block size, n, is 6, and there are 16 code rates, ranging from 1/6 to 1 where code rate k/n denotes k packets are encoded into n packets. With AL-FEC, a better MCS with higher packet error rate could be selected because AL-FEC could recover lost packets. Table 5 shows the optimal combination of MCS and AL-FEC selected by the MFSA algorithm. From the data presented in Table 5, it can be observed that, when AL-FEC was applied, better modulation could be used while the GER could still be guaranteed. As a conse- quence, more bytes could be transmitted during one time slot. The bold values in Tables 4 and 5 showed that better data rate could be achieved, under different dis- tances, when AL-FEC was adopted. For example, when an SS is 0.3KM away from the serving ONU-BS, the MFSA selects 64QAM_2/3 as the modulation scheme and an AL-FEC with code rate of 5/6 which yields a data rate of 20 bytes per time slot. However, if AL-FEC was not applied, ONU-BS could only select the 16QAM_3/4
Ruan et al Virology Journal 2013, 10 333 http //www virologyj com/content/10/1/333 RESEARCH Open Access Histopathological changes in the liver of tree shrew (Tupaia belangeri chinensis) persistently i[.]
Li and Zhang Advances in Difference Equations 2013, 2013 333 http //www advancesindifferenceequations com/content/2013/1/333 R ES EARCH Open Access Properties of third order half linear dynamic equati[.]
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Less ICP34.5 accumulates in MEFs infected with vhs mu- tant viruses. Experiments thus far have demonstrated that changes in PKR level or activity do not explain the accumula- tion of phosphorylated eIF2 ␣ in MEFs infected with vhs mu- tants. An alternative hypothesis is that the PKR antagonist ICP34.5, which is critical for redirecting PP1 ␣ to dephosphor- ylate eIF2 ␣ during infection (22), is not synthesized efficiently in MEFs infected with vhs mutants compared to in those in- fected with wild-type virus. To examine levels of ICP34.5 pro- tein at various times throughout infection, wild-type 129Sv/Ev MEFs were mock infected or infected with 333, 333d41, 333d41R, or the ⌬ TK ⫺ virus and collected at 3, 6, and 9 h p.i. Samples were assessed by Western blot analysis with antibod- ies against ICP34.5, phosphorylated eIF2 ␣ , eIF2 ␣ , and HSV-2. Loading was normalized to total eIF2 ␣ (Fig. 7C). The ICP34.5 antibody recognizes two bands of approximately 28 and 37 kDa (Fig. 7A), both of which are diminished in the presence of small interfering RNA against HSV-2 ICP34.5 (55), suggesting
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It is interesting that the vector BNSP grows similarly to SPBN; this indicates that a new transcription unit without a foreign gene is ignored by the polymerase complex, an obser- vation we previously made for transcription units in VSV- based vectors (M. J. Schnell and J. K. Rose, unpublished data). Attenuated vaccine vectors are safe after i.c. inoculation in mice. Our previous studies indicate that the vaccine vector SPBN is apathogenic after peripheral inoculation in mice but lethal after i.c. inoculation. It has also been shown by our group and others that a similar vector containing an amino acid change from arginine (R) to glutamic acid (E) or aspartic acid (D) in the RV G protein was completely apathogenic, even after i.c. injection (17, 20, 23). However, it was unknown how the deletion of the G CD or the combination of the CD deletion with the 333 mutation would affect the pathogenicity of these vaccine vehicles. In addition, no data are available for RV-based vectors expressing a foreign gene from a position further upstream than the G gene. Therefore, seven groups of 10 8-week-old Swiss-Webster mice were infected i.c. with 2 ⫻ 10 5 infectious particles. The mice were observed daily for any