Volume 21 Issue 9 - March 16, 2012 PDF
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Research Express@NCKU Mar. 16 ~ Mar. 29, 2012

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Synthesis of Nickel Nanoparticles in Water-in-Oil Microemulsions
Dong-Hwang Chen

This is the first successful work in the world on the synthesis of Ni nanoparticles in microemulsions. The synthesis conditions and product properties were investigated completely. Ni nanoparticles have received considerable attention owing to their electric, magnetic, and catalytic properties. In the past, they could be synthesized only in organic solvents under inert gas atmosphere. …

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Surface plasmon-enhanced and quenched two-photon excited fluorescence
Shean-Jen Chen

Our previous studies have shown that the surface plasmon (SP)-enhanced one and two-photon total-internal-reflection (TIRF) microscopy can increase the brightness and acquisition frame rate of live cell membrane images. In this study, we attempt to identify a suitable spacer between the fluorophore and the metal surface as a trade-off between the fluorescence enhancement and quenching in …

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Aviation occupant survival factors: An empirical study of the SQ006 accident
Yu-Hern Chang

The goal of improving aviation safety involves attending not only to the factors that increase the likelihood of crashes occurring, but also to the factors that increase airplane occupant survivability in crashes that do occur. The main purpose of accident investigation is to discover the causes and related risk factors of accidents and to establish better safety recommendations. Survival-factor investigation …

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Cost Analysis of Short Message Retransmissions
Sok-Ian Sou

Short Message Service (SMS) is the most popular mobile data service today. In Taiwan, a subscriber sends more than 200 short messages per year on average. The huge demand for SMS significantly increases network traffic, and it is essential that mobile operators should provide efficient SMS delivery mechanism [1, 2]. Due to user behavior and mobile network unavailability (e.g., the user moves to a weak signal area …

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