Volume 31 Issue 1 - November 4, 2016 PDF
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Research Express@NCKU Nov. 4 ~ Dec. 1, 2016

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Amine modification on kaolinites to enhance CO2 adsorption
Yen-Hua Chen

In this study, a cheap and effective adsorbent of kaolinite (one kind of clay minerals) was modified with amines by using the wet impregnation method for CO2 capture. The experimental analyses indicated that the CO2 adsorption capacity of kaolinite could be promoted through amine modification and CO2 adsorption efficiency was enhanced with the increasing of …

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Indentation properties of Cu–Zr–Al metallic-glass thin films at elevated temperatures via molecular dynamics simulation
Yun-Che Wang

Due to their amorphous nature, metallic glasses exhibit unique mechanical properties in terms of their high strength due to lack of dislocations. Ductility of metallic glasses is generally thought to be poor, but under different scenarios, such as under compressive loading or composite effects, good ductility has been reported. Cu-Zr-Al is one of possible metallic-glass composite systems. …

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Oncoprotein ZNF322A transcriptionally deregulates alpha-adducin, cyclin D1 and p53 to promote tumor growth and metastasis in lung cancer
Yi-Ching Wang

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-associated death worldwide. To elucidate the underlying tumorigenic mechanism in lung cancer, we previously conducted array-comparative genomic hybridization assay and identified ZNF322A as a potential oncogene in both Asian and Caucasian lung cancer patients. ZNF322A encodes a transcription factor consisting of 11 tandem repeats of …

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Ultra low-temperature microwave annealing for ultra-shallow junctions and P-MOS devices
Wen-Hsi Lee

Low energy ion implantation and low-temperature microwave annealing were used in this study to fabricate ultra-shallow junctions (USJs). A two-steps modulatory microwave annealing (MWA) process was employed to recover and activate a boron (400 eV) implanted silicon wafer. In the first step, 2.4 kWatt high power MWA was used to regrow an amorphous layer with the crystal silicon phase and …

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