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Oxygen migration enables ferroelectricity on nanoscale
Binding of elementary particles
"An electron and positron are bound by forces" means that the attractive and repulsive forces acting between an electron and positron are balanced.
The binding of an electron and positron means a transition to a binding state with a higher energy density. To do this, the electron-positron system must borrow energy from the vacuum space due to the principle of potential energy. Therefore, a glue particle is generated from the vacuum space. The energy of a glue particle corresponds to the energy debt from the vacuum space, which is the potential energy (binding energy) associated with the forces acting on the electron and positron.
The conceptual diagrams below show the concept that attractive and repulsive forces are generated by a glue particle. The electric charge of the glue particle is neutral, but it is polarized into positive charge and negative charge, and the charge is an integer multiple of the elementary charge because the glue particle is a boson.
The glue particle spins to generate alternating attractive and repulsive forces. These forces are balanced so that the electron and positron remain stationary. The neutrinos control this process. These forces are called the strong force.
The energy of a glue particle accounts for most of the mass energy of the electron-positron binding system except for the weak binding. The distance between the electron and positron is the length of the binding system.
The difference between the number of electrons and the number of positrons determines the electric charge of their combination. If the number of electrons is the same as the number of positrons, the charge is "0". If the number of electrons is one more than the number of positrons, the charge is "-". If the number of positrons is one more than the number of electrons, the charge is "+".
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I'm proud of myself for waking up early this morning to get some studying in (even if our resident Goblin had different ideas)! It felt pretty good to be alert and fresh in a semi-quiet house while studying for once, so I think I'll try to do this more often. This semester I have a moratorium on working over the weekend, since I am very skilled at burning myself out. But since it felt good today, and I plan to work a little on my novel instead of doing uni work tomorrow, I think it'll be okay in the long run.
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(This is about Spotify - it's kind of impressive how they've managed to flatten, pad and tabletify an interface that was flat and tablet-like to begin with.)
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Electrons and positrons are ultimate parts of all objects
The ultimate parts for making up an object are called elementary particles. Then, what are elementary particles?
In general, quarks are regarded as elementary particles that form protons and neutrons. However, the quark model has the following problems.
(1) Quarks have fractional electric charge. However, although more than 100 types of hadrons have been produced by accelerators, the electric charges of these "artificial hadrons" are integer multiples (-, 0, + and ++) of the elementary charge.
(2) Elementary particles for forming atoms are up quarks having three types of color charge, down quarks having three types of color charge, and electron, i.e., the number of types of elementary particles including their antiparticles is 14. The elementary particles are very complicated compared to the fact that atoms in nature are composed of electrons, protons and neutrons.
(3) Quarks have never been detected in nature or in experiments. Are protons and neutrons not decomposed into elementary particles even by a supernova explosion?
(4) Furthermore, there is a problem of "missing antimatters". Protons and neutrons consisting of up quarks and down quarks exist inexhaustibly, but their antiparticles consisting of up-type antiquarks and down-type antiquarks do not exist in nature. This means that the antiparticles disappeared somewhere because elementary particles and their antiparticles should have been generated in pairs.
Electron is generally thought to be one of elementary particles because it has no components.
If only electron and positron are elementary particles, the problem of quarks can be solved.
(1) It is consistent with the fact that the electric charges of artificial hadrons are integer multiples of the elementary charge.
(2) It is possible to form atoms with only two types of elementary particles.
(3) Both electrons and positrons exist alone in nature.
(4) There is no problem of "missing antimatters" if the positron paired with an orbital electron is in a proton (described later).
These show that electrons and positrons are ultimate parts of all objects.
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Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Market Outlook 2021-2026 Industry Analysis By Types, Applications and Manufacturers
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Comparative Evaluation of Sealing Ability and Marginal Adaptation of Furcation Repair Materials: An in vitro Study | Journal of Advances in Medicine and Medical Research
The aim of this study was to see how well the furcation repair materials GC Fuji VII, MTA Plus, and Biodentine sealed. A combination of symptomatic findings in clinical observations is needed to diagnose iatrogenic perforation. Mechanical or abnormal communications between the root canal system and the external tooth surface are referred to as perforations. The research was carried out at the Himachal Dental College's Department of Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics in Sundernagar, Himachal Pradesh, India. The research used fifty-five sound mandibular molars with non-fused and well-developed roots. The specimens were analysed using a scanning electron microscope (SEM) with a vacuum of approximately 15Kv and 10-6 Torr. Secondary electrons were used to image the specimens, which were detected using a secondary electron detector. MTA plus has the smallest marginal distance at 2.17 micrometres, followed by Biodentine at 5.55 micrometres and GC FUJI VII at 8.00 micrometres, according to SEM images. The location of the perforation, the time elapsed between the occurrence of the perforation and repair, the ability of the material to seal the perforation, and the biocompatibility of the repair material are the most critical factors determining the effectiveness of a perforation repair operation. In comparison to GC FUJI VII and Biodentine, MTA Plus had the least amount of leakage in our sample. The MTA Plus group had the lowest microleakage, which could be due to its superior marginal sealing capacity, which is a function of its hydrophilic properties and the formation of an inter facial layer. When used as a furcation repair material, Biodentine offers a strong seal that is almost identical to MTA Plus. Biodentine and MTA Plus demonstrated substantially more leakage and gap formation than GC Fuji VII.
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Static electricity/charge refers to when there is a build up of charge that hasn't moved yet but has the potential to and zap. Charge is when a material has more or fewer electrons than they have protons. More electrons = negatively charged, fewer electrons = positively charged. Ionic bonds occur when an atom steals an electron for the other. As they are now electrically charged (the stealer is negative and the stolen from is positive), they are attracted to each other, strongly. This attraction is called an ionic bond, one of the strongest bonds between atoms out there.
Stakitt (Electric/Dark): Stakitts often rub their fur on different surfaces to steal electrons which they can use to prevent others from touching them. Stakitt's tail stores many of the electrons that Stakitt stole. They use their tail to deliver a shocking blow.
Procion (Electric/Dark): A Procion slings a conductive ball at their opponents and can retrieve the ball back through electric attraction. Procions can make more conductive balls from their tails, but they are analogous to how human kidney stones are made.
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Effect of Aspergillus spp., on Liver, Kidney and Intestines of WNIN Rat (Rattus norvegicus) Fed on Fungus Inoculated Rice (Oryza sativa. L) – An Electron Microscope Study | European Journal of Nutrition & Food Safety
The current study was designed with two goals in mind. The study's first goal is to determine the ultrastructural variation of ordinary rice grain obtained from various market sources. The research also aims to use a scanning electron microscope to examine fungal (Aspergillus spp.) infection in stored rice grain and Ultrastructural variation trends in rice due to fungal infection (SEM). Furthermore, when Wistar NIN rats were fed fungal inoculated rice, changes in selected visceral organs (liver, kidney, and intestines) were observed.
Study Design: The study was divided into two phases.
First Phase: Rice sample collection, preparation of infected rice inoculated with Aspergillus sp., and ultrastructure analysis of rice samples using SEM.
Second Phase: Animal experiments, spectrophotometer analysis of biochemical estimations in blood serum, ultrastructural studies in selected visceral organs of rats (liver, kidney, and intestines) by Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM), and histopathological changes by light microscope in rats fed with inoculated rice powder with Aspergillus spp.,(treated) fungus
Standard rice powder was fed to the rats in the control group (control).
SEM Facility, Extension and Training division, ICMR-National Institute of Nutrition, Tarnaka, Hyderabad; study location and duration: SEM Facility, Extension and Training division, ICMR-National Institute of Nutrition, Tarnaka, Hyderabad. India's Telangana state. The project lasted from 2013 to 2015.
Methodology: Animal experiments were conducted with albino white Wistar Rats (Rattus norvigecus) weighing approximately 120-140 grammes per rat, with six (6) each for the treated and control groups. Six rats were fed rice that had been inoculated with the fungus Aspergillus sp., while the other six were fed rice that had not been inoculated with the fungus. These animals were cared for in accordance with normal procedures and animal ethics protocol. Following the regulations' animal ethical rules, all of the rats were killed after 28 days of feeding. Rat liver, kidney, and intestine tissues (treated and control) were processed and examined under a light and electron microscope for histopathological and ultrastructural changes. Blood serum from the treated and control rats was obtained and analysed using a spectrophotometer for biochemical analysis. The hepatocytes in the livers of the treatment group rats showed metachromatic granules (cytoplasmic) and nuclear pleomorphism (the presence of more than one sort of glycogen granules) in the same species of more than one morphological type, but this was not seen in the livers of the control rats. Swollen mitochondria and well-developed smooth endoplasmic reticulum (SER) were observed in treated group rats compared to normal mitochondria and rough endoplasmic reticulum (RER) in control rats in electron microscope studies. The treatment group's kidneys had patchy mononuclear cell infiltrations in the cortex, as well as numerous apoptotic bodies between the renal tubules. The inner walls of the intestinal epithelium in between cells were damaged in the treated community rat's intestines. In the treated group's rat intestines, TEM studies revealed swollen mitochondria, absorptive cells of epithelium, and endoplasmic reticulum tubules, while the control rats' intestines had a regular appearance with well-developed epithelial cells of microvilli. The treatment group's kidneys had patchy mononuclear cell infiltrations in the cortex, as well as numerous apoptotic bodies in the spaces between the renal tubules. The inner walls of the intestinal epithelium in between cells were damaged in the treated group's rat's intestine. In the treated community of rats' intestines, TEM studies revealed swollen mitochondria, absorptive cells of epithelium, and endoplasmic reticulum tubules, while the control rats' intestines had a regular appearance with well-developed epithelial cells of microvilli.
Conclusion: Improper storage of rice grains in food godowns will result in fungal infections causing damage to the rice grains. Despite the fact that fungal-infected grains tend to be natural in appearance, they are unfit for human consumption from a food safety standpoint. As a result, at this point, using SEM in quality control and assurance of food safety of rice grains to assess the quality and declare fitness for human consumption is needed.
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Researchers worked with power well before they comprehended that flow was made of electrons. The cathode tube was a perfect representation.
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Electron Microscope Market Overview, Opportunities, Profile and Global Industry Analysis To 2027
Electron Microscope Market Research Report by Type (Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM), Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), and Others), Application (Nanotechnology, Material Sciences, Semiconductors, and Others), and Region (North America, Europe, APAC, RoW)-Global Forecast to 2027
Electron Microscope Market Highlights
In the Healthcare industry, technological advancement is resulting in the progress of advanced medical treatments and more accurate diagnostics of different kinds of ailments. The Electron Microscope offers higher magnification by using a beam of electrons to create an image of the specimen. Contrary to the light microscope, the greater resolving power of electron microscope allows it to see much smaller objects in finer detail. Market Research Future (MRFR) has published a research report regarding global electron microscope market that estimates rise for this market with 7.9% CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) for this market between 2017 and 2023. In terms of cash, the market that is worth the USD 3.4 bn in 2017 is expected to be worth the USD 5.36 bn in 2023.
Analyzing the market structure, this report offers insights about factors affecting the market growth. Evaluating market size and forecasting the revenue, this reports covers and observes the competitive developments of market players that include joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, new product developments, research and developments (R & D), and strategic alliances. The key factors driving the growth of electron microscope market include increasing life science applications of the electron microscope and R & D expenditure across varied regions around the world, technological advancement, and high level of study regarding research.
The global electron microscope market has been segmented on the basis of application, type, and region. Based on applications, this market has been segmented into life sciences, material sciences, nanotechnology, semiconductors, and others. By types, the market segmentation covers the reflection electron microscope (REM), scanning electron microscope (SEM), transmission electron microscope (TEM), and others.
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The regional segmentation of the global electron microscope market segments the market into continent-based regional markets known as The Americas (North America & South America), Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East & Africa (MEA). The Americas are the largest regional market. The factors driving the market growth in this region include the availability of advanced medical facilities and the presence of several key market players in North America. North America alone holds the potential to be the largest market due to its strong economies are known as the United States of America (USA) and Canada. Many key market players are based in the USA. In this region, the availability of advanced medical facilities makes North America a bigger market than South America.
Europe is another important regional market due to the high density of population and the availability of maximum advanced medical facilities after North America. Due to the reasons same as The Americas, Western Europe as a market is bigger than Eastern Europe. In this
region, the key country-specific markets are France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom (UK), followed by the rest of Western Europe and then by Eastern Europe.
During the forecast period, Asia Pacific has the potential to emerge as the fastest growing market growing demand for improved medical facilities in this region. The weighty country-specific markets in this region are Australia, China, India, South Korea, and Japan, followed by the rest of the Asia Pacific region.
The MEA region shows limited market slow and steady growth. The reasons for the slow market growth in this region are lack of awareness, lack of education, lack of technological development, political instability, poor access to treatment, poor healthcare facilities, and healthcare not considered a priority by most governments.
The key players in the global electron microscope market include Agilent Technologies, Angstrom Advanced Inc., Bruker Corporation, Carl Zeiss International, Hirox Ltd., Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation, JEOL Ltd., KEYENCE CORPORATION, Leica Microsystems, Merck KGaA, Nanoscience Instruments Inc., Nikon Metrology Inc., Olympus Corporation, Phenom-World, and Thermo Fisher Scientific.
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