A study of peripheral nuclear collisions at Fermi energies with transport models is presented. It is motivated by experiments devoted to studying of isotopic yields in the reactions 18-O on 9-Be and 181-Ta at E/A = 35 MeV measured at forward angles.
Small stationary receptive fields of visually sensitive neurons which undergo significant expansions by application of moving visual stimuli. Receptive field characteristics investigated in relation to the shapes and sizes of applied visual stimuli.
The system of Dirac equations describing the dynamics of quarks in hadrons metric. Assumed that the quarks interact via an external Yang-Mills field. Magnetic moments of the proton, neutron and lambda baryon. Model of the baryons in a stationary metric.
Study the feasibility of rheological kinetic concept abrasive wear resistance for an explanation of this effect. Study of the effect and the influence of alloying chromium in the amount of 1 - 5 % on abrasive wear resistance medium carbon compounds.
The two dimensional magnetic micropolar generalized thermoelastic medium, in the presence of the effect of Hall currents. Laplace and exponential Fourier transform techniques are employed to transform the governing partial differential equations to ODE.
Features of the influence of high-frequency laser radiation on the characteristics of tungsten graphene. An analysis of the causes of the gap in graphene creates a gap in the band of the spectrum in the conditions of a high-frequency electromagnetic wave.
Study of electrical characteristics of organic diodes of metal phthalocyanine. Analysis of the role of the metal Cu, Al, Zn, Mg on electronic parameters. The substantiation of the nonideal behavior of the obtained values of n: 1.85, 2.22 and 4.40.
Investigating the effect of quantum mechanical diffusion in the space of adiabatic states of intrinsic nucleonic subsystem on the dissipative properties of macroscopic collective dynamics. Сalculation transport characteristics for Gaussian ensembles.
SiCN system like a new kind of semiconductor materials that connect the best properties of silicon carbide and nitride. Characteristics of the variation of the Knoop hardness, nanohardness and Young’s modules as functions of substrate temperature.
Deposition of CuPc under the electric field and without it. The influence of the field on morphological properties. Quantum-chemical modeling and growth mechanisms. The electrical characteristics of the amorphous and crystalline structure of the films.