Volume 8 Issue 8 - May 8, 2009
Articles Digest

Research Express@NCKU May 8 ~ May 14, 2009

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Flavors and Phases in Unparticle Physics
Chuan-Hung Chen

Recently, it has been argued in Georgi’s paper that a scale invariant sector with scale dimension dU is associated with “unparticle stuff” which looks like a non-integral number dU of invisible particles. The production of  unparticles might be detectable by measuring the missing energy and momentum distributions in various processes. Although it is still unclear how far the unparticle physics ...

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Dietary supplement of onion decreases ovariectomy induced bone loss in rats
Tsang-hai Huang

Due to the increasing average age of human being, osteoporosis as well as its related fractures have become importantly global issues. Moreover, it had been anticipated that more than 50% of worldwide osteoporosis-related hip fractures would occur in Asia.
Clinically, patients with osteoporosis are regularly treated with hormone replacement therapy (HRT), selective estrogen receptor modulators ...


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Proteomic analysis of proteins from bronchoalveolar lavage fluid reveals the action mechanism of ultrafine carbon black-induced lung injury in mice
Mei-Ling Tsai

Recently, there are rapid increases of airborne and engineered nanoparticles (≦100 nm in diameter; Smaller than bacteria and epithelial cells). This is due to the strict environmental protection regulations and the development of nanotechnology. Environmental protection agency (EPA) around the world regulates industrial or vehicular emissions on mass output. To meet the regulations, ...

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Growth of GaAs Oxide Layer Using Photoelectrochemical Method
Hsin-Ying Lee

Recently, the conventional silicon-based metal-oxide-semiconductor field effect transistors (MOSFETs) have enjoyed a tremendous success in the IC industry. Their performances can be further enhanced, of course, if the silicon-based MOSFETs are replaced with compound semiconductors. III-V based MOSFETs would operate with a higher speed, a lower leakage current, a higher breakdown voltage, ...

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From the Notion of Xing to an Aesthetic of Contrasting – Focusing on the Exploration of Xia Yu’s Poetry
Man-Han Yung

Author’s attempt in exploring contemporary poetry has focused on further analyzing poets with different theories. To be more precisely speaking, the writer intends to unravel poetic language with different styles and sentence composition, which aims to find a lead to history involving misunderstood poets and languages and styles as to their contributions for modernization in Chinese ...

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