Coulomb Effect on the Proton-Proton Low Energy Scattering Parameters and Separable Potentials
<p> We study the Coulomb effect on the proton-proton low-energy scattering parameters when all other effects are represented by a separable potential.</p> <p> For this purpose, we present a formulation for the scat...
237Np, 238Np, 235U, 233U, and 239Pu; Fission Yield Studies
<p> The relative cumulative yields of krypton and xenon isotopes from the thermal neutron fission of 237Np and Np238 and from the fast neutron fission of Np237 have been measured by means of a mass spectrometer. ...
Examination of Prostate Cancer Stem-like Cell Associated Factors for their Contribution Towards the Development of Castration Resistant Prostate Cancer
Although early detection and treatment of prostate cancer (PC) shows some benefit, advanced PCs that progress despite androgen deprivation become castration resistant (CRPC). This stage becomes largely incurable as CRPCs are intimately a...
Governing Dogs: An Autoethnographic Tale of Redefining 'Service Dog' in Canada
Service dogs are becoming an integral part of our society. Consequently, there is a need for research that explores how Canada should proceed with the development and implementation of appropriate laws and policies that will...
Monitoring, Multi-rate Modeling, and Economic Model Predictive Control of Chemical Processes
In this work we develop methods and strategies for the design of advanced data-driven monitoring, control, and optimization algorithms. In the initial phase of this research, in an effort to better detect and identify process...
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