Conferences related to Organic compounds

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2012 6th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering (iCBBE)

Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Biomedical Engineering



Periodicals related to Organic compounds

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Device and Materials Reliability, IEEE Transactions on

Provides leading edge information that is critical to the creation of reliable electronic devices and materials, and a focus for interdisciplinary communication in the state of the art of reliability of electronic devices, and the materials used in their manufacture. It focuses on the reliability of electronic, optical, and magnetic devices, and microsystems; the materials and processes used in the ...


Electron Devices, IEEE Transactions on

Publishes original and significant contributions relating to the theory, design, performance and reliability of electron devices, including optoelectronics devices, nanoscale devices, solid-state devices, integrated electronic devices, energy sources, power devices, displays, sensors, electro-mechanical devices, quantum devices and electron tubes.


Quantum Electronics, IEEE Journal of

Generation, amplification, modulation, detection, waveguiding, or techniques and effects that can affect the propagation characteristics of coherent electromagnetic radiation having submillimeter and shorter wavelengths


Semiconductor Manufacturing, IEEE Transactions on

Addresses innovations of interest to the integrated circuit manufacturing researcher and professional. Includes advanced process control, equipment modeling and control, yield analysis and optimization, defect control, and manufacturability improvement. It also addresses factory modelling and simulation, production planning and scheduling, as well as environmental issues in semiconductor manufacturing.


Sensors Journal, IEEE

The Field of Interest of the IEEE Sensors Journal is the science and applications of sensing phenomena, including theory, design, and application of devices for sensing and transducing physical, chemical, and biological phenomena. The emphasis is on the electronics, physics, biology, and intelligence aspects of sensors and integrated sensor-actuators. (IEEE Guide for Authors) (The fields of interest of the IEEE ...



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Large magnetoresistance at room temperature in organic semiconductor devices

O. Mermer; M. Wohlgenannt; T. L. Francis; G. Veeraraghavan IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 2005

We describe a large magnetoresistance (MR) effect in organic light-emitting diodes that reaches up to 10% at fields of 10 mT at room temperature. This MR effect occurs both in π-conjugated polymers and small molecules. Our devices do not contain any magnetic materials. We found that the MR effect is only weakly temperature dependent and does not depend on sign ...


The Dechlorination of 2,4-Dichlorophenol by Zero-Valent Iron

Wanhui Zhang; Guoguang Liu; Wenying Lv; Zhongyang Li 2010 4th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering, 2010

During the dechlorination of 2,4-dechlorophenol(2,4-DCP) by zero-valent iron(ZVI), pH was one of the important factors affecting the dechlorination. The adsorption of chlorophenol by ZVI and the dechlorination rate were influenced by pH. The dechlorination of 2,4-DCP by ZVI was pseudo-first-order reaction, the pseudo-first-order reaction rate constant (KSA) were respectively 0.1773 h-1, 0.2943 h-1, 0.062 h-1 and 0.0525 h-1 when pH ...


Atrazine oxidation modelling using Volterra series expanded on transfer functions

G. Bibes; P. Coirault; R. Ouvrard Proceedings of the 2003 American Control Conference, 2003., 2003

This paper presents a model for a continuous nonlinear system. The model is a Volterra series truncated in its first terms. The Volterra kernels are expanded on transfer functions. The model is then used to predict the behavior of a continuous chemical reactor into which an organic compound, considered as pollutant, is neutralized by Fenton process.


Magnetically actuated CMOS resonant cantilever gas sensor for volatile organic compounds

C. Vancura; M. Ruegg; Y. Li; D. Lange; C. Hagleitner; O. Brand; A. Hierlemann; H. Baltes TRANSDUCERS, Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems, 12th International Conference on, 2003, 2003

We present a novel design of a resonant cantilever gas sensor for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in air. The cantilever is electromagnetically actuated, and the oscillation is detected with piezoresistive MOS-transistors. A fully differential feedback circuit is integrated together with the cantilever on the same chip. The whole system is fabricated in an industrial 0.8-/spl mu/m CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide ...


Bacterial Inactivation by Pulsed Corona Discharge in Water

Petr Lukes; Martin Clupek; Vaclav Babicky; Tomas Vykouk 2007 IEEE 34th International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS), 2007

Summary form only given. Recently, the pulsed high voltage discharges generated directly in water have been demonstrated to initiate a variety of chemical and physical effects. These include ultraviolet radiation, overpressure shock waves, high electric field and, in particular, formation of chemically active species such as OH, H and O radicals and hydrogen peroxide H2O2 molecules. These physical and chemical ...


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Large magnetoresistance at room temperature in organic semiconductor devices

O. Mermer; M. Wohlgenannt; T. L. Francis; G. Veeraraghavan IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 2005

We describe a large magnetoresistance (MR) effect in organic light-emitting diodes that reaches up to 10% at fields of 10 mT at room temperature. This MR effect occurs both in π-conjugated polymers and small molecules. Our devices do not contain any magnetic materials. We found that the MR effect is only weakly temperature dependent and does not depend on sign ...


The Dechlorination of 2,4-Dichlorophenol by Zero-Valent Iron

Wanhui Zhang; Guoguang Liu; Wenying Lv; Zhongyang Li 2010 4th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering, 2010

During the dechlorination of 2,4-dechlorophenol(2,4-DCP) by zero-valent iron(ZVI), pH was one of the important factors affecting the dechlorination. The adsorption of chlorophenol by ZVI and the dechlorination rate were influenced by pH. The dechlorination of 2,4-DCP by ZVI was pseudo-first-order reaction, the pseudo-first-order reaction rate constant (KSA) were respectively 0.1773 h-1, 0.2943 h-1, 0.062 h-1 and 0.0525 h-1 when pH ...


Atrazine oxidation modelling using Volterra series expanded on transfer functions

G. Bibes; P. Coirault; R. Ouvrard Proceedings of the 2003 American Control Conference, 2003., 2003

This paper presents a model for a continuous nonlinear system. The model is a Volterra series truncated in its first terms. The Volterra kernels are expanded on transfer functions. The model is then used to predict the behavior of a continuous chemical reactor into which an organic compound, considered as pollutant, is neutralized by Fenton process.


Magnetically actuated CMOS resonant cantilever gas sensor for volatile organic compounds

C. Vancura; M. Ruegg; Y. Li; D. Lange; C. Hagleitner; O. Brand; A. Hierlemann; H. Baltes TRANSDUCERS, Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems, 12th International Conference on, 2003, 2003

We present a novel design of a resonant cantilever gas sensor for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in air. The cantilever is electromagnetically actuated, and the oscillation is detected with piezoresistive MOS-transistors. A fully differential feedback circuit is integrated together with the cantilever on the same chip. The whole system is fabricated in an industrial 0.8-/spl mu/m CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide ...


Bacterial Inactivation by Pulsed Corona Discharge in Water

Petr Lukes; Martin Clupek; Vaclav Babicky; Tomas Vykouk 2007 IEEE 34th International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS), 2007

Summary form only given. Recently, the pulsed high voltage discharges generated directly in water have been demonstrated to initiate a variety of chemical and physical effects. These include ultraviolet radiation, overpressure shock waves, high electric field and, in particular, formation of chemically active species such as OH, H and O radicals and hydrogen peroxide H2O2 molecules. These physical and chemical ...


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  • Excitable Tissue

    The nervous system includes voluntary and autonomic (sympathetic and parasympathetic) systems. This book is devoted almost entirely to the voluntary system. The system consists mostly of excitable tissue - sensory receptors, neuron cell bodies, axons, and muscle fibers. If you step on a sharp object, it stimulates sensory receptors that in turn stimulate neurons; the latter send action potentials (APs) via axons to interneurons and motoneurons in the spinal cord. The motoneurons send APs to the appropriate muscles, which contract so as to make you jump off the object. Some of the activity involves atomic dimensions and, because distances are so small, time intervals are correspondingly small. It takes a factor of about 107 to transform atomic distances into dimensions that are familiar to us. For example, most atoms and simple compounds, if magnified by 107, turn out to be 3 mm (0.12 in.) in diameter. One centimeter multiplied by 107 equals 100 km (62 mi.). In time, one second multiplied by 107 is almost equal to 4 months. Sensory receptors are usually at rest when they are unstimulated. Neuron cell bodies are at rest when they are not generating APs, while muscle fibers and axons are at rest when they are not carrying APs (that is, no APs are propagating along the muscle fiber or axon). Body tissues are bathed in fluid that has an excess of sodium and chloride ions. Internally, excitable tissue at rest has an excess of potassium and large organic negative ions. This external-internal combination forms a battery that makes the inside of the tissue 60 to 90 mV more negative than the outside. The electric field across the membrane is very high - up to 12,000 V/mm. The physiologically compatible ionic concentrations are maintained by sodium and potassium pumps.

  • Electronic Materials

    This chapter traces the increasing number of materials used in electronic devices over time. The main areas covered are silicon device technology, compound semiconductor device technology, and displays. In each area, the elements of the periodic table which are used in the production of these devices are shown. The main device types in the silicon area includebipolar and metal-oxide-silicon (MOS) silicon transistors for integrated circuits, power devices, and photovoltaic devices. In the compound device area, metal- semiconductor field-effect transistors (MESFETs), high electron mobility transistors (HEMTs), and heterojunction bipolar transistor (HBTs)compound semiconductor are described. Optoelectronic and photovoltaic devices are briefly addressed. In the display area, cathode ray tubes as well as modern flat panel display technology is covered, such as plasma display panels (PDPs), liquid crystal displays (LCDs), electrophoretic displays, and organic light emitting diode displays (OLEDs). Combined, well over 50 elements are used to produce these devices.



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