Nov. 29, 1966 o. E. HULL. 3,289,196 CATHODE RAY TUBE DISPLAY WITH MEANS FOR RECORDING THE TUBE DISPLAY Filed Deo. 7, 1962 9 sheets-sheet 1 k Kivu, Nov. 29, 1966 o. EA HULL CATHODE RAY TUBE DISPLAY WITH MEANS FOR RECORDING THE TUBE DISPLAY 9 Sheets-Sheet 2 Filed Dec. Nov. 29, 1966 o. E. HULL CATHODE RAY TUBE DISPLAY WITH MEANS FOR RECORDING THE TUBE DISPLAY 9 Sheets-Sheet 5 Filed Deo. 7, 1962 f f e .y L C, 5 Il 7 5 /MM 5 2 j f 6 Y f6 lita i114. .c A Nov. Z9, 1966 o. E. HULL 3,289,196 CATHODE RAY TUBE DISPLAY WITH MEANS FOR RECORDING THE TUBE DISPLAY Filed Dec. 7, 1962 9 sheets-sheet 4 Nov. 29, 1966 o. E. HULL CATHODE RAY TUBE DISPLAY WITH MEANS FOR RECORDING THE TUBE DISPLAY 9 Sheets-Sheet 5 Filed Dec. Nov. 29, 1966 o. E. HULL 3,289,196 CATHODE RAY TUBE DISPLAY WITH MEANS FOR RECORDING THE TUBE DISPLAY Filed Dec. 7, 1962 9 Sheets-Sheet 6 fw i m w www ww www. Nm uw. www mmm A www SNN Nov. 29, 1966 o. E. HULL 3,289,196 CATHODE RAY TUBE DISPLAY WITH MEANS FOR RECORDING THE TUBE DISPLAY Filed Dec. ...
1. An organic light-emitting diode produced from an organic light-emitting diode substrate in which a concave-convex structure is provided in at least a part of a surface, wherein the concave-convex structure is capable of obtaining an atomic force microscope image in which a plurality of dots are dispersed when observed by an atomic force microscope, wherein the organic light-emitting diode is produced by a method comprising: measuring a diameter of each of the plurality of dots present in a randomly selected region having an area of 25 μm2 on the atomic force microscope image; obtaining a frequency distribution from a number of dots having a diameter corresponding to each of sections obtained by partitioning a diameter range for each 20 nm; calculating a total area of dots, which are present in each of the sections from the frequency distribution; and creating a histogram in which the total area is shown in a Y-axis and the diameter of the dot is shown in an X-axis, the histogram has a ...
CARBONARI, Karina et al. Increased micronucleated cell frequency related to exposure to radiation emitted by computer cathode ray tube video display monitors . Genet. Mol. Biol. [online]. 2005, vol.28, n.3, pp.469-474. ISSN 1415-4757. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S1415-47572005000300024.. It is well recognized that electromagnetic fields can affect the biological functions of living organisms at both cellular and molecular level. The potential damaging effects of electromagnetic fields and very low frequency and extremely low frequency radiation emitted by computer cathode ray tube video display monitors (VDMs) has become a concern within the scientific community. We studied the effects of occupational exposure to VDMs in 10 males and 10 females occupationally exposed to VDMs and 20 unexposed control subjects matched for age and sex. Genetic damage was assessed by examining the frequency of micronuclei in exfoliated buccal cells and the frequency of other nuclear abnormalities such as binucleated ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Organic light-emitting diodes with an electro-deposited copper(I) thiocyanate (CuSCN) hole-injection layer based on aqueous electrolyte. AU - Tsai, Chi Ting. AU - Gottam, Sandeep Reddy. AU - Kao, Po Ching. AU - Perng, Dung Ching. AU - Chu, Sheng Yuan. PY - 2019/10. Y1 - 2019/10. N2 - Copper(I) thiocyanate (CuSCN) has been drawing much attention in optoelectronics due to its exceptional optical and electrical properties, as well as its processing versatility. The first organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) integrated with electro-deposited CuSCN crystalline thin films based on aqueous electrolyte were fabricated. With precisely tuned deposition parameters, the CuSCN thin films with satisfactory surface roughness and sufficient grain density were realized. We found that the driving voltage (voltage at a current density of 100 mA/cm2) and turn-on voltage of OLEDs using CuSCN as the hole injection layer (HIL) can be reduced by 1.41 and 1.79 V, respectively, compared with devices ...
An improved lens system for a projection television is described. The lens system is designed to be used with a cathode ray tube having a face glass with an aspheric surface having phosphor elements mounted thereto. The aspheric surface of the face glass has its maximum radius at the optical axis and is of lesser radius outwardly thereof. From the screen, the lens system companies a first aspheric lens of relatively weak power, a second biconvex lens of relatively high positive power, a third aspheric lens of weak positive power and a fourth lens having a concave face on its screen sider and of relatively large negative power.
A flexible organic light emitting diode (FOLED) is a type of organic light-emitting diode (OLED) incorporating a flexible plastic substrate on which the electroluminescent organic semiconductor is deposited. This enables the device to be bent or rolled while still operating. Currently the focus of research in industrial and academic groups, flexible OLEDs form one method of fabricating a rollable display. An OLED emits light due to the electroluminescence of thin films of organic semiconductors approximately 100 nm thick. Regular OLEDs are usually fabricated on a glass substrate, but by replacing glass with a flexible plastic such as polyethylene terephthalate (PET) among others, OLEDs can be made both bendable and lightweight. Such materials may not be suitable for comparable devices based on inorganic semiconductors due to the need for lattice matching and the high temperature fabrication procedure involved. In contrast, flexible OLED devices can be fabricated by deposition of the organic ...
Page contains details about organic light-emitting diode with polyvinylpyrrolidone-passivated vanadium oxide film after UV-O3 treatment as hole transport layer . It has composition images, properties, Characterization methods, synthesis, applications and reference articles : nano.nature.com
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Organic electroluminescent materials play an important role in improving the optoelectronic performance of organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs). Aromatic imide/amide-based organic small-molecule emitters have caught increasing attention due to their unique properties, such as strong electron-withdrawing characteri
Introduction The purpose of this book is to bring a broad spectrum of information related to cathode ray tube (CRT)-based displays into a single easy-to-understand narrative. It requires no working knowledge of a television or how one programs a video cassette recorder (VCR). The starting point of each chapter will be basic information that is followed by detailed explanations and insight into the design trade offs that influence the image observed. The sequence of topics follows that in a workshop prepared by the author, and the chapters may be read in any order. However, the information in each chapter does build upon the material in the preceding chapters. It should be noted that all references to a cathode ray tube in this book are to only the glass part giving off light in a display. They do not include the entire display or monitor with the associated electronics, a point of confusion at times even within the industry. All CRTs use glass as a starting point; formulas involved (glass melt) ...
Three scanners are disclosed; common to all is an argon ion laser. In the first two versions, light passes through a telescope, which is provided to expand and collimate the laser beam, through a servo-driven iris whose function is to adjust the length of the slit image to be formed by the optics. The beam enters a rotating cradle, passes through a cylindrical lens, and strikes a galvanometer-driven mirror. Rotating the galvanometer about its axis deflects the image of the laser beam on the main scanning mirror. A second lens images the galvanometer mirror onto the CRT panel. In the first version, the main scanning mirror is a flat reflector; in the second version, the scanning mirror is either a prism or a mirror set at 45 degrees to the incident laser beam. In both versions, a motor-driven optical rotator is between the galvanometer-driven mirror and the scanning mirror. Several important features include the servo-driven image rotator and the motor-driven iris. In the third version, the optical
The moving images that it receives from a nearby broadcasting station is projected in three dimensions by the cathode ray tube or "CRT" and it also has an audio decoder to reproduce the sounds from the transmitted radio signals through the audio speakers. It is mainly used for entertainment, information and education. It is also referred to as a television set, television transmission or television program.. Unlike the internet where it is still struggling to compete with TV even nearing the completion of its third decade since it was made for public use; TV took over print media and radio broadcasting overnight! The world quickly catch on and before we knew it, TV had become a global phenomenon. Today there are approximately 4.7 billion units of television throughout the world and they range from the old cathode ray tubes to the flat LCD and plasma screens and all the way up to the latest LED curved TVs. In fact, there are more TV sets than computers in the world today and it seems computers ...
An examination of the human heart is carried out by means of ultrasound waves emitted by piezo-electric crystals. The crystals are inserted in a holder adapted to be placed on the body of a patient; they are arranged in a row and have parallel axes of radiation. The crystals are cyclically excited at a high scanning frequency, and the echo signals reflected by the heart walls and received by the crystals are displayed on the screen of a cathode ray tube to obtain a cross-sectional picture of the heart. In a modification of the invention, the holder comprises two or more rows of crystals radiating at different angles; in this case the echo signals related to a common point of the heart wall are superposed on the screen of the cathode ray tube by means of a coordinate transformation.
To sequence DNA, DNA samples marked with flourscent infrared dye are applied at a plurality of locations for electrophoresing in a plurality of channels through a gel electrophoresis slab. The channels are scanned with a laser and a sensor, that include a microscope focused on the gel slab. The focal point and slab are adjusted with respect to each other so that the focal point of the microscope remains on the gel slab during a scan. The data from the scan is directly used to amplitude modulate density readings on a display, and the scan is displayed in a horizontal sweep of a cathode ray tube, whereby said cathode ray tube provides intensity displays of bands representing DNA. Different sizes of glass gel sandwiches may be mounted to the same console for different sequencing tasks.
Feb. 2, 1954 M G, WHlTE 2,668,286 MOVING OBJECT SELECTIVE DETECTION SYSTEM Filed 001:. 25, 1943 ELE; #Magg/c Patented Feb. 2, 1954 assise UNITED STATES ATENT OFFICE MOVING OBJECT SELECTIVE DETECTION SYSTEM 15 Claims. Ihis invention relates to radio echo detection systems and particularly to a method and apparatus for improving the indication in such systems. One system of radio-echo detection which has been successfully used comprises a transmitter and associated antenna system for radiating a beam oi electromagnetic radiation into space toward the horizon and rotating the beam about a substantially vertical axis, so as to scan the horizon in repeated cycles. The radiation is modulated, so as to form discrete pulses and is reflected back from objects within the field of scanning which intercept the radiation, causing the electron beam of a cathode ray tube to be intensied, so as to produce spots of light on the face of the tube. The electron beam oi the cathode ray tube is caused to sweep ...
Thermal ground data and thermal reference data acquired by an airborne scanner are recorded on magnetic tape along with timing signals synchronized with the scanning. At some later time, the signals are played back and processed to produce a color image on a line-scanned cathode ray tube and the image is recorded on a continuous color film strip. Ground data signals are processed by a particular analog-to-digital converter to provide signals according to the instantaneous level of the thermal ground data compared to discrete reference levels which in turn are calibrated according to the thermal reference data. The digital signals gate color guns in the cathode ray tube at fixed intensity levels so that the color image is composed of a predetermined number of colors.
Scientists from Tohoku University in Japan have created a new type of energy-efficient flat light source. The light source, which employs carbon nanotubes, has a very low power consumption of around 0.1 Watt for every hours operation.
Gadolinium is a chemical element. It has the chemical symbol Gd. It has the atomic number 64. It is part of a group of chemical elements in the periodic table named the Lanthanides. It is a rare earth element. It is silvery white, malleable and ductile. Its main uses are as chemical compounds in color televisions and nuclear magnetic resonance radio contrast agents. In color cathode ray tube televisions (the type first produced, not flat televisions) some of the pixels are dots gadolinium compounds. When the electrons from the cathode ray tube hit the pixels and transfer energy to the gadolinium compounds they give out light as energy. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) imaging is used in medicine where it is named MRI (Magnetic resonance imaging). It is used to take picture of inside the body. How the pictures look is changed by the gadolinium compounds and how much water is around. It makes the images clearer because it makes the difference in the concentration of water in different parts of the ...
A method is disclosed for making multi-component phosphor structures whose emission color depends on the energy of the electrons used to excite them. The method comprises the mixing of two or more component phosphors, each component phosphor having particles with non-luminescent interior core regions and non-luminescent exterior surface regions separated by a luminescent region, the region dimensions and emission color of each component being distinct. These structures are formed by diffusing activating and/or coactivating impurities partially into the particles, or by growth of activated material on the outside of non-luminescent material, and by the subsequent diffusion of luminescence killing impurities partially into the luminescent region.
Local field potential (LFP) recordings from patients with deep brain stimulation electrodes in the basal ganglia have suggested that frequency-specific activities correlate with force or effort, but previous studies have not been able to disambiguate the two. Here, we dissociated effort from actual force generated by contrasting the force generation of different fingers while recording LFP activity from the subthalamic nucleus (STN) in patients with Parkinsons disease who had undergone functional surgery. Patients were studied while on their normal dopaminergic medication. We investigated the relationship between frequency-specific oscillatory activity in the STN and voluntary flexion of either the index or little finger at different effort levels. At each tested effort level (10%, 25%, and 40% of the maximal voluntary contraction force of each individual finger), the index finger generated larger force than the little finger. Movement-related suppression of beta-band power in the STN LFP was
TY - JOUR. T1 - Light-emitting diodes fabricated from biomolecular compounds. AU - Tajima, H.. AU - Shimatani, K.. AU - Komino, Takeshi. AU - Ikeda, S.. AU - Matsuda, M.. AU - Ando, Y.. AU - Akiyama, H.. PY - 2006/8/15. Y1 - 2006/8/15. N2 - We fabricated ITO/biomolecule/Al junctions using chrolophyll a, cytochrome c, myoglobin, hemin, Vitamin B12. All the junctions worked as organic light-emitting diode (OLED). The quantum efficiencies of the fabricated OLED were of the order of 1 × 10-7 around V = 10 V, and did not seriously depend on whether or not a compound exhibits photoluminescence. Based on the energy diagram of the ITO/cytochrome c/Al junction, we discuss the difference of the EL spectrum from the photoluminescence or absorption spectrum.. AB - We fabricated ITO/biomolecule/Al junctions using chrolophyll a, cytochrome c, myoglobin, hemin, Vitamin B12. All the junctions worked as organic light-emitting diode (OLED). The quantum efficiencies of the fabricated OLED were of the order of 1 ...
Abstract: Proponents for sustainable alternative lighting and display options advocate for organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), particularly polymer-based organic light-emitting diodes (P-OLEDs), because of their potential for low-cost fabrication, more versatile device formats and lower power consumption compared to traditional options. Here, an economic, energy and CO2 emissions assessment is carried out for four different laboratory-scale, blue-emitting P-OLED device architectures: bottom-emitting conventional; bottom-emitting inverted; top-emitting conventional; and top-emitting inverted. Additionally, comparisons with a standard, commercial-scale, blue inorganic light-emitting diode (LED) device architecture are made. The various P-OLED device architectures are investigated due to their potential to increase operational lifetime (inverted) and light out-coupling efficiency (top-emitting). The following metrics are used in this assessment: device cost per area; yearly operating cost; ...
0151] The hole transport layer comprises hole transport material. Examples of hole transport materials for the hole transport layer have been summarized for example, in Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, Fourth Edition, Vol. 18, p. 837-860, 1996, by Y. Wang. Both hole transporting small molecules and polymers can be used. Commonly used hole transporting molecules include, but are not limited to: 4,4,4-tris(N,N-diphenyl-amino)-triphenylamine (TDATA); 4,4,4-tris(N-3-methylphenyl-N-phenyl-amino)-triphenylamine (MTDATA); N,N-diphenyl-N,N-bis(3-methylphenyl)-[1,1-biphenyl]-4,4-diamine (TPD); 4,4-bis(carbazol-9-yl)biphenyl (CBP); 1,3-bis(carbazol-9-yl)benzene (mCP); 1,1-bis[(di-4-tolylamino)phenyl]cyclohexane (TAPC); N,N-bis(4-methylphenyl)-N,N-bis(4-ethylphenyl)-[1,1-(3,3-dimethyl)bip- henyl]-4,4-diamine (ETPD); tetrakis-(3-methylphenyl)-N,N,N,N-2,5-phenylenediamine (PDA); α-phenyl-4-N,N-diphenylaminostyrene (TPS); p-(diethylamino)benzaldehyde diphenylhydrazone (DEH); ...
Non-doping white organic light-emitting devices (WOLEDs) based on an ultrathin yellow-emitting layer of rubrene inserted between the blue-emitting layer 4,4-bis(2,2-diphenylvinyl)-1,1-biphenyl (DPVBi) and the electron transport layer tris-(8-hydroxyquinoline)aluminum (Alq3) fabricated by combinatorial sliding shutter technique are reported. Three of the the sixteen devices made had Commission Internationale de lEclairage (CIE) coordinates within the white region at 8 - 16 V, ranging from (0.31, 0.38) to (0.34, 0.42). All three devices had a 5-nm thickness of DPVBi layer and an ultrathin rubrene layer of thickness of 0.05-, 0.10-, and 0.15 nm, respectively. A maximum luminance of 12,900 cd/m2 at 17 V and an efficiency of 5.5 cd/A at 8.5 V were obtained in the devices with 0.05 nm rubrene layer. These devices can be fabricated rather easily due to their simple device structure and they are very appealing to low-cost general lighting applications ...
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Several scientists, such as William Prout and Norman Lockyer, had suggested that atoms were built up from a more fundamental unit, but they envisioned this unit to be the size of the smallest atom, hydrogen. Thomson in 1897 was the first to suggest that one of the fundamental units was more than 1,000 times smaller than an atom, suggesting the subatomic particle now known as the electron. Thomson discovered this through his explorations on the properties of cathode rays. Thomson made his suggestion on 30 April 1897 following his discovery that cathode rays (at the time known as Lenard rays) could travel much further through air than expected for an atom-sized particle.[15] He estimated the mass of cathode rays by measuring the heat generated when the rays hit a thermal junction and comparing this with the magnetic deflection of the rays. His experiments suggested not only that cathode rays were over 1,000 times lighter than the hydrogen atom, but also that their mass was the same in whichever ...
A system for transferring data from a CRT (cathode ray tube) video display monitor on a personal computer to a portable information device such as a multifunction electronic wristwatch. The CRT video display has a video signal generator providing raster scanning of the screen and a program for formatting the binary coded data into blocks of serial data bits, with start bit and stop bit. The blocks of data are supplied to the video signal generator in synchronism with raster scanning of the screen so as to provide an integral number of one or more blocks of data for each vertical frame, and modulated to vary the brightness of the screen and provide light pulses corresponding to presence or absence of binary coded transmitter pulses. The portable information device is manipulated within line of sight of the CRT screen and has a photosensor to detect light pulses when the photosensor is directed toward the screen. Signals from the photosensor are amplified and filtered to remove ambient light source
This ARP describes methods for measuring the visual performance of direct view cathode ray tube displays used in aircraft flight decks and cockpits. Procedures may vary depending upon the type of display (for example, monochrome, color shadowmask, beam index, etc.), but all types are considered.. This ARP describes the methods to be used in measuring those performance characteristics important for color and luminance use in direct view airborne electronic display systems.. ...
The visual stimuli used to map response properties consisted of sine wave gratings at 80% contrast drifting across the central 60° of visual space (mean luminance, 27.5 cd/m2). The portions of areas 17 and 18 that were imaged correspond to the central 5-10° of visual space (Tusa et al., 1978, 1979). All stimulus sets included four randomly interleaved mean-luminance gray stimuli; the responses averaged over these four stimuli were used to produce a "blank" response image. Stimuli were generated by computer and displayed on a gamma corrected 21 inch cathode ray tube (CRT) monitor using the Psychophysics Toolbox extensions for Matlab (MathWorks, Natick, MA) (Brainard, 1997; Pelli, 1997). The contrast linearity of the stimulus system was confirmed by imaging the CRT using a 1M30 CCD camera (supplemental Fig. 1, available at www.jneurosci.org as supplemental material).. Stimulus gratings first appeared as stationary images for 6 s (the interstimulus interval) and then drifted across the screen for ...
A cathode ray tube (CRT) monitor uses about 74 watts to display an all white web page, but only uses 59 watts to display an all black page. Worldwide, about 25 percent of the monitors currently in use are CRT, which means that they waste energy displaying white backgrounds. Read the stats ...
There is an unexpected problem, though: Our visual acuity is so high that even at 5 m distance the spatial resolution of computer screens is insufficient to adequately assess acuity (Bach 1996). One could increase observer distance, but that would require huge screens under pathologic conditions. LCD displays currently are worse than cathode ray tubes, and the latter are limited by shadow masks electron optics, so-called high-resolution screen are just bigger, the pixel size is not smaller. But advanced computer graphics provides a solution, the so-called anti-aliasing. This term has been popularized in flyers for CD players and is increasingly used in computer graphics. Spatial resolution is improved with the help of intensity resolution. Optics of the human eye represent a low-pass filter for spatial frequencies, and --after passage through the optics-- an anti-aliased image leads to the same retinal image as an image with veridical higher resolution. The principle is depicted in the ...
In an airborne radar system, moving ground targets are identified on a cathode ray tube (CRT) display and their motion tracked to allow precise delivery of air-to-ground weapons. Target location errors, due to the effect of target motion upon the doppler frequency of the received ...
the preparation of drugs in anticipation of drug orders based on routine, regularly observed prescribing patterns. Pharmaceutical compounding must be in compliance with FFDCA Section 503A and any regulations promulgated by FDA concerning compounding, pertaining to this section.. "Computer" Programmable electronic device, capable of multifunctions including but not limited to storage, retrieval and processing of information.. "Controlled Substance" Those drug items regulated by Federal (CSA of 1970) and/or State Controlled (dangerous) Substances Act.. "CRT" Cathode Ray Tube used to impose visual information on a screen.. "Delivery" The transfer of a dispensed prescription to the ultimate user (patient) or his/her agent.. "Dispensing" To furnish or deliver a drug to an ultimate user by or pursuant to the lawful order of a practitioner; including the preparation, packaging, labeling or compounding necessary to prepare the drug for that delivery.. "Downtime" That period of time when a computer is ...
Looking for kinescoping? Find out information about kinescoping. picture tube television picture tube, a cathode ray tube used to reproduce television images. The kinescope is used for viewing black-and-white or color... Explanation of kinescoping
In the cathode ray tube, another electron beam is produced.This beam is made to cross the screen 625 times, so making the 625 lines. At the end of each line the beam flies back and starts the next line. These 625 lines are produced in 1/30 second and each set of 625 lines is called a frame. beam crosses the back of the picture screen it gets weaker and stronger in accordance with the signals picked up from the photosensitive dots in the camera. The tube contains a special fluorescent screen , Coated with chemicals, which glow under the impact of the electron beam. The stronger the beam, the brighter the light. The set also contains a loudspeaker for producing the sound and a synchronizing ...
A camera for selectively filming at least two separate types of input images through a first and second object lenses respectively. A mask is positioned between the film and a rotatable lense carrier upon which is mounted the first object lense and mirror which directs the image of the second object lense to the film. The camera may be a microfiche camera for recording a document through the first object lense and for recording the image from a cathode ray tube through the second object lense.
Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM). A more recent and extremely useful investigative tool is the scanning electron microscope (SEM). The surface of the specimen to be examined is scanned with an electron beam, and the reflected (or back-scattered) beam of electrons is collected, then displayed at the same scanning rate on a cathode ray tube (similar to a TV screen). The image on the screen, which may be photographed, represents the surface features of the specimen. The surface may or may not be polished and etched, but it must be electrically conductive; a very thin metallic surface coating must be applied to nonconductive materials. Magnifications ranging from 10 to in excess of 50,000 diameters are possible, as are also very great depth-of-field. Accessory equipment permits qualitative and semiquantitative analysis of the elemental composition of very localized surface areas.. The figure bellow schematically illustrates its principles of operation. Basically, an electron gun produces an ...
Directory of patents published on November 4, 1981 (1,499 patents): Method for winding several turns of wire on a case, in particular for the winding of deviation rings for cathode ray tubes, machine for carrying out the method and winding obtained by the method.; Solid state control for motor-generator welder.; Brake magnet for magnetic rail brakes of rail vehicles.; Mannich-base hydroxamic acid prodrugs for the improved bioavailability of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents, a process for preparing and a pharmaceutical composition containing them.; Article carrier
Someone found a rather unique way to play The Last of Us Remastered. Twitter user Kamirenko connected his PlayStation 4 to an old cathode ray tube TV, making the survival horror experience of The Last of Us even more realistic. You wont see shiny textures, and high resolution characters, but youll feel like in a genuine horror movie.. I dont know about you, but is looks like he found the perfect way to play The Last of Us. If you have a forgotten TV in your attic, you should try plugging in a next-gen console, and play games like no one has before. Or you can just forget about it, and keep using your 100 inch TV.. #gallery-2 { margin: auto; } #gallery-2 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-2 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-2 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ ...
The 19th and early 20th centuries saw great advances in our understanding of the atom. This module takes readers through experiments with cathode ray tubes that led to the discovery of the first subatomic particle: the electron. The module then describes Thomsons plum pudding model of the atom along with Rutherfords gold foil experiment that resulted in the nuclear model of the atom. Also explained is Millikans oil drop experiment, which allowed him to determine an electrons charge. Readers will see how the work of many scientists was critical in this period of rapid development in atomic theory.
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Consumers are changing their buying habits as they become aware of the effect gadgetry is having on the climate.. A survey of 1,010 adults conducted by the Energy Saving Trust found people are increasingly considering environmental impacts in their electronics purchases.. A report from the body familiarly entitled "The Rise of the Machines" said more than half want the energy efficiency labelling currently found on white goods to be extended to consumer electronics like mp3 players and laptops.. Energy Saving Trust chief executive Philip Sellwood said: "As the consumer electronics market continues to grow, further development of energy efficient products will be vital to help in the fight against climate change.". Consumer electronics currently account for 16 per cent of domestic electricity consumption and their demand is expected to double by 2010, with plasma screens eating up four times the energy of cathode ray tubes. Set-top boxes will cost £780m annually in energy by 2010 and the ...
The term random patterns is used to describe the phenomenon that occurs when the human brain if faced with perceiving chaos. The human brain is uniquely organized to recognize patterns. It also creates them when faced with deciphering chaos. This can be exemplified by staring at a television screen that is tuned to receive no signals. Try turning your television on and select a channel with no broadcast ("snow"). The particles, which are ejected by the cathode ray tube onto a television screen, are in no way directed unless a broadcast is being received. When a non-broadcast channel is selected the particle stream is a completely random occurrence. A small percentage of the particles which impact the screen to make "snow" are stray cosmic particles left over from The Big Bang, and other stray particles, protons, neutrons, electrons, neutrinos and quarks ...
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The RadSeeker radioisotope identifier and detector features a rugged design with self-calibrating capability. It is 30.5cm-long, 17.8cm-wide and 11.4cm-high, and has energy level varying between 25keV and 3MeV. Weights of the CS, CL and CS-G variants are 2.4kg, 2.24kg and 2.27kg respectively.. The device locates the source of suspicious substances with high accuracy in shielded or concealed conditions. The detection results are displayed in real-time on a high-contrast, organic light-emitting diode (OLED) colour display with a screen resolution of 428px x 272px.. The background gamma or neutron radiation is indicated by high-sensitivity detection alarms / alerts. The alarm indications are made by audio, visual, earphone, vibrator and discrete ultra-bright light emitting diodes. The threshold for audio alarm is adjustable.. Accessories of the RadSeeker include USB cables, transportation case, AC power adapter, desktop battery charger, additional battery pack, 12V DC car adapter, bumpers, sling ...
One of the fundamental mysteries of chemistry has been solved by Australian scientists - and the result may have implications for future designs of solar cells, organic light-emitting diodes and other next gen technologies.. Ever since the 1930s debate has raged inside chemistry circles concerning the fundamental structure of benzene. It is a debate that in recent years has taken on added urgency, because benzene - which comprises six carbon atoms matched with six hydrogen atoms - is the smallest molecule that can be used in the production of opto-electronic materials, which are revolutionising renewable energy and telecommunications tech.. Continue reading Solving a mystery in 126 dimensions → ...
Rafael Gomez-Bombarelli joined the MIT faculty in January 2018. He received a B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. in Chemistry from Universidad de Salamanca in Spain, followed by postdoctoral work at Heriot-Watt University and Harvard University after which he was a senior researcher at Kyulux NA applying Harvard-licensed technology to create real-life commercial organic light-emitting diode (OLED) products. Dr. Gomez-Bombarellis research trajectory has evolved from experimental mechanistic studies of organic molecules with emphasis on environmental toxicity to computer-driven design of molecular materials. By combining first-principles simulation with machine learning on theoretical and experimental datasets he aims to accelerate the discovery cycle of novel practical materials. Through his research at MIT he plans to address the role of molecular transformation in materials discovery, in areas such as catalyst design, the environmentally-minded development of novel and replacement chemicals, and designing ...
Mechanochromic luminescent (MCL) materials change their color in response to a change in their environment, like pressure and temperature. To date, most MCL materials only change between two colors, limiting their applications. The international research team comprising of chemists at Osaka University and physicists at Durham University has developed tricolor-changing MLC materials. Not only that, the developed materials exhibited efficient thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) and allowed high performance organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) devices. The findings can be read about in Chemical Science.. "Most MCL materials generate two colors by switching between a stable state and one metastable state. To realize multi-color MCL, more metastable states are necessary," explain Professors Youhei Takeda and Satoshi Minakata at the Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering of Osaka University. To create these states, the chemist team led by Takeda and Minakata ...
Candace helps to prosecute patents in the fields of chemistry and materials science, including: batteries, catalysis, OLEDs (organic light-emitting diodes), and solar fuel cells, drawing on her experience in inorganic, organic, and materials chemistry.