Volume 27 Issue 7 - October 10, 2014 PDF
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Research Express@NCKU Oct. 10 ~ Oct. 23, 2014

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Multistimuli-Responsive Organogels Based on a Chiral Azo GelatorWithout Hydrogen Bond Assistance
Jui-Hsiang Liu

Abstract: To fabricate phototunable organogel and investigate the correlation between gelation ability and chemical structures, chiral compounds cholesteryl 4-((4-methoxyphenyl)diazenyl)phenyl carbonate (CMA) and cholesteryl 4-((4-methoxyphenyl)diazenyl)benzoate (CMAB) containing azobenzene group were synthesized. To promote both the formation of helical constructions and gelation …

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Longitudinal changes of formant values and vowel space: 0-9 years of age
Li-Mei Chen

This longitudinal study is designed to observe and analyze the spontaneous vocalic production of two Mandarin-learning children (Child A, a boy; Child B, a girl) from birth to 9 years old. All spontaneous productions and elicitation data were analyzed with Kay CSL for formant measurement. The frequency values of the first and the second formants (F1, F2) of the vowels were measured with reference …

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Multi-prefix trie: a new data structure for designing dynamic router-tables
Sun-Yuan Hsieh

IP lookup affects the speed of the incoming packet to which output port, which is an important role in the router-table design. Since the Internet is changeable, the router-table must be dynamic for supporting insertion and deletion quickly. In this thesis, we propose Suffix B-Tree data structures for dynamic router-tables design to speed up IP lookup and update. The unique feature of our data …

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5-HT1A-receptor agonist modified amygdala activity and amygdala-associated social behavior in a valproate-induced rat autism model
Po-See Chen

Since the first clearly definition of autism by Dr Leo Kanner in 1943, the etiology of autism has been mystifying scientists for more than a half century. Recently, autism is considered a group of neurodevelopmental disorder with early childhood onset, collectively called autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The amygdala is an important structure contributing to social-emotional behavior. However, the …

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