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Publication date: 15 August 2018 Source:Materials Chemistry and Physics, Volume 215 Author(s): Anitha Abraham, K. Keerthi, G.S. Okram, Vikas Sharma, Rachel Reena Philip This paper reports doping with tin as a successful technique to induce n-type conductivity in Copper gallium selenide, which is established as an inflexibly p-type material, thus opening up new avenues in its optoelectronic applications. The conductivity type has been confirmed by multiple characterizations employing hot probe, Hall and thermopower measurements. The structure, composition and morphology of the films are well characterized by X-Ray Diffract...
Source: Materials Chemistry and Physics - Category: Materials Science Source Type: research
ConclusionWe demonstrate an accurate, automatic image processing pipeline for intraoperative alignment of US –CT over the full pelvis and compare its performance with the state-of-the-art methods. The proposed methods are amenable to clinical implementation due to their high accuracy on realistic data and acceptably low runtimes.
Source: International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery - Category: Intensive Care Source Type: research
Condition:   Kyphosis Interventions:   Radiation: EOS X-rays;   Other: 8-meters walk test Sponsor:   University Hospital, Rouen Not yet recruiting
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Publication date: September 2018 Source:Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, Volume 120 Author(s): P. Sakthivel, S. Muthukumaran Mn-doped ZnS and Mn, Cr dual-doped ZnS quantum dots were prepared using a simple co-precipitation method. The synthesized samples were analyzed by X-ray diffraction (XRD), transmission electron microscopy (TEM), energy dispersive X-rays (EDX), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), UV–visible spectroscopy, photoluminescence (PL) spectra and vibrating sample magnetometer (VSM). Cr doping reduced the crystallite size. The reduction of activ...
Source: Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids - Category: Physics Source Type: research
Internalization of radionuclides occurs not only by inhalation, ingestion, parenteral injection (i.e., administration of radioactive material for a medical purpose), and direct transdermal absorption, but also by contaminated wounds. In June 2010, a glove-box operator at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Savannah River Site sustained a puncture wound while venting canisters containing legacy materials contaminated with 238Pu. To indicate the canisters had been vented, a flag was inserted into the vent hole. The shaft of the flag penetrated the protective gloves worn by the operator. Initial monitoring performed with a ...
Source: Health Physics - Category: Radiology Tags: Papers Source Type: research
Higher-order organization of the human genome is well established with chromosomes occupying distinct domains or territories in the interphase nucleus. Spatial organization of chromosome territories in the interphase nucleus occurs in a cell-type-specific manner. Since both stable and unstable aberrations induced by ionizing radiation involve the exchange of material between two or more chromosomes, this study investigated the role of spatial organization of chromosome domains in ionizing-radiation-induced chromosome translocation events. Using multicolor fluorescence in situ hybridization, the study characterized the posi...
Source: Health Physics - Category: Radiology Tags: Papers Source Type: research
Ionizing radiation can induce genomic lesions such as DNA double-strand breaks whose incomplete or faulty repair can result in mutations, which in turn can influence cellular functions and alter the fate of affected cells and organ systems. Ionizing-radiation-induced sequence alterations/mutations occur in a stochastic manner, which contributes to an increased cancer risk in irradiated individuals. Ionizing radiation exposure, and particularly acute doses at high dose rates (as often observed in radiation accidents), induce alterations in the genome that in part will reflect specific characteristics of the DNA damage respo...
Source: Health Physics - Category: Radiology Tags: Papers Source Type: research
AW Abstract Ionizing radiation can induce genomic lesions such as DNA double-strand breaks whose incomplete or faulty repair can result in mutations, which in turn can influence cellular functions and alter the fate of affected cells and organ systems. Ionizing-radiation-induced sequence alterations/mutations occur in a stochastic manner, which contributes to an increased cancer risk in irradiated individuals. Ionizing radiation exposure, and particularly acute doses at high dose rates (as often observed in radiation accidents), induce alterations in the genome that in part will reflect specific characteristics o...
Source: Health Physics - Category: Physics Authors: Tags: Health Phys Source Type: research
Abstract Higher-order organization of the human genome is well established with chromosomes occupying distinct domains or territories in the interphase nucleus. Spatial organization of chromosome territories in the interphase nucleus occurs in a cell-type-specific manner. Since both stable and unstable aberrations induced by ionizing radiation involve the exchange of material between two or more chromosomes, this study investigated the role of spatial organization of chromosome domains in ionizing-radiation-induced chromosome translocation events. Using multicolor fluorescence in situ hybridization, the study char...
Source: Health Physics - Category: Physics Authors: Tags: Health Phys Source Type: research
Abstract Internalization of radionuclides occurs not only by inhalation, ingestion, parenteral injection (i.e., administration of radioactive material for a medical purpose), and direct transdermal absorption, but also by contaminated wounds. In June 2010, a glove-box operator at the U.S. Department of Energy's Savannah River Site sustained a puncture wound while venting canisters containing legacy materials contaminated with Pu. To indicate the canisters had been vented, a flag was inserted into the vent hole. The shaft of the flag penetrated the protective gloves worn by the operator. Initial monitoring performe...
Source: Health Physics - Category: Physics Authors: Tags: Health Phys Source Type: research
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