From the hypotheses compatible with microphysics theory, this paper establishes a new theoretical model of static universal gravitation and deduces new formula of the theory of universal gravitation. In a first order approximation, the new formula shows the inverse-square law consistent with Newton formula, which would indicate that the new theory is consistent with the experimental results that can be reasonably explained by the current theory of gravitation. The parameters and higher order terms among the coefficients of this paper reveal the numerous infinitesimal neglected Continue reading →
2015 Conference on Advances in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (CABMB 2015) will be held from March 18 to 20, 2015 in Suzhou, China. This Conference will cover issues on Advances in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. It dedicates to creating a stage for exchanging the latest research results and sharing the advanced research methods.
Suzhou is located in the center of the Yangtze Delta, in the south of Jiangsu Province. Suzhou is praised as the ‘Oriental Venice’. Taihu Lake, four fifths Continue reading →
In most African countries, it is still a common belief that thin women are not attractive. Until the 21st century, full-figured women were considered attractive, were respected, and their padded (with flesh) and curvaceous bodies represented wealth, fertility and good health. The western society views a thin woman as ideal body and has forced many women including Africans to believe that a body Continue reading →
The historical center is a part of the city with specific environmental, architectural and historical values, which emerges from the urban fabric structural continuity. This complex reality requires a comprehensive understanding to determinate the most proper ways to carry out functional transformations and system adaptations, with respect to historical buildings values. Each building must obtain those proper improvements and Continue reading →
Electrochemistry is a branch of chemistry concerned with the relation between electricity and chemical change. Electrochemical methods are widely used in various branches of industry, which include compound electrochemistry, quantum electrochemistry, semiconductor electrochemistry, bioelectrochemistry, etc. This special issue will be focused on studying different applied aspects of electrochemistry, including basic theoretical concepts, and their techniques. Continue reading →
This study was to develop the flame retardant (FR) protective clothing which had multifunction such anti-bacterial, UV cut, FR function with water repellent and water vapor permeable laminating textiles for industrial workers. First of all, the FR yarn and FR textiles were developed for this purpose. Second, the comparison analysis between the halogen laminating textiles and halogen-free laminating textiles were tested to figure out the eco-friendly laminating method. Third, the flame retardant ability was compared the halogen laminated textiles to halogen-free laminated textiles. Continue reading →
This study looked at comparison of chemical components and pharmacological activity between wildOphiocordyceps sinensis and Paecilomyces hepiali. The chemical components investigated included amino acids, vitamins, dietary elements, protein, lipid, ash, carbohydrates, crude fibre, ergosterol and mannitol. Studies on pharmacological activity included anti-platelet aggregation, inhibitory effect on IL-8 gene expression, anti-mutagenic activity, skin whitening effect and impro- vement activity on human skin texture. The results Continue reading →
Adaptation is a trait with a current functional role in the life of an organism that is maintained and evolved by means of natural selection in biology. Adaptability is through long-term natural selection, it takes a long time. Adaptation is a process, rather than a physical part of a body. Only to adapt to the environment can survive. The goal of this special issue is to provide a platform for scientists and academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in this area of adaptation research.
In this special issue, we intend to invite front-line researchers and authors to submit original research and review articles on exploring adaptation research. In this special issue, Continue reading →
Objective: The work aims to determine the radiographers’ preference between primary and secondary radiation fields for imprinting anatomical markers on radiographs. Methodology: Processed radiographs from the darkroom with evidence of radiographic anatomical markings were selected randomly and reviewed using a viewing box, within a 4-week period. The radiation field in which markers were placed Continue reading →
Author(s) : A. P. Shcherban, O. A. Datsenko, G. P. Kovtun
The paper presents the calculation results on the construction of solidus lines of phase diagrams for some binary metal systems based on cadmium, zinc and tellurium. The investigations have been carried out using the phase equilibrium thermodynamics and known liquidus lines. By the calculation method the solidus lines of phase diagrams of the Cd-Na, Cd-Tl, Te-Ga, Te-As, Te-Cu and Zn-Sn systems were constructed in the Continue reading →