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IDIEEE:8901201Published Date2020-02-01JournalIEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 2020-02-01, Volume 56
Dynamics of a multimode quantum dot laser with polarization-rotated optical feedback is investigated in a wide range of bias current. The results reveal that the laser is more sensitive to optical feedback when the polarization of feedback beam is rotated a large angle from the original polarization, which is different from the results in DFB lasers. Anticorrelated fluctuations between orthogonal polarizations are observed in a certain range of selected polarizations. Accordingly, dynamics in…
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IDDOI:10.1177/0268580919881862Published Date2020-01-01JournalInternational Sociology, 2020-01-01, Volume 35
Several newly successful far-right European populist parties have deviated from traditional conservative stances by embracing progressive values such as gender equality, gay rights, religious freedoms, and the provision of generous social services. With what logic have they articulated such a counterintuitive ideological mix? Scholarship on this question is still in its early phases and does not extend across countries and multiple parties. This article argues that the parties, when stating t…
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IDDOI:10.3102/0034654319877151Published Date2019-12-01JournalReview of Educational Research, 2019-12-01, Volume 89
Recent mass closings of schools have rocked cities across the United States. Though these urban closures—and widespread community protests—have made headlines, rural schools have also long experienced and opposed the closure of their schools. A large body of research examines these urban and rural closures from a variety of perspectives, including their economic motivations and policy implications. This review reexamines this literature, looking across context to show how school closure can p…
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ID31726943Published Date2019-11-14JournalMemory (Hove, England), 2019-11-14
Precrastination is the tendency many individuals have to complete a task as soon as possible in order to get it out of the way [Rosenbaum, D. A., Gong, L., & Potts, C. A. (2014). Pre-crastination: Hastening subgoal completion at the expense of extra physical effort. , (7), 1487-1496. doi:10.1177/0956797614532657]. The current study ( = 48) examined whether precrastination is affected by a concurrent memory load as predicted by the cognitive-load-reduction (CLEAR) hypothesis. Participants comp…
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ID31622108Published Date2019-11-12JournalLangmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids, 2019-11-12, Volume 35
MXene is a new type of two-dimensional (2D) material that finds wide applications; however, its adhesion and tribological properties have not yet been fully revealed. Here, the chemical structure of MXene was revealed by X-ray diffraction, and the adhesion and friction behaviors of MXene were studied with atomic force microscopy (AFM) Nanoman technology. It was found in AFM tests that MXene exhibited enhanced adhesion and friction at higher pressure but exhibited reduced adhesion and friction…
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ID31325643Published Date2019-11-01JournalNeuroImage, 2019-11-01, Volume 201
Our understanding of information processing by the mammalian visual system has come through a variety of techniques ranging from psychophysics and fMRI to single unit recording and EEG. Each technique provides unique insights into the processing framework of the early visual system. Here, we focus on the nature of the information that is carried by steady state visual evoked potentials (SSVEPs). To study the information provided by SSVEPs, we presented human participants with a population of …
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IDarXiv:1910.13507Published Date2019-10-29
Ninety per cent of baryons are located outside galaxies, either in the circumgalactic or intergalactic medium. Theory points to galactic winds as the primary source of the enriched and massive circumgalactic medium. Winds from compact starbursts have been observed to flow to distances somewhat greater than ten kiloparsecs, but the circumgalactic medium typically extends beyond a hundred kiloparsecs. Here we report optical integral field observations of the massive but compact galaxy SDSS J211…
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IDDOI:10.1177/0022343319875202Published Date2019-10-14JournalJournal of Peace Research, 2019-10-14
What explains a patron’s decision to publicly condone, condemn, or forgo commenting on its client’s unilateral provocations? We present a new theoretical framework that identifies a patron’s two strategic considerations – maximizing its sphere of influence and avoiding entanglement – and factors that affect them. We claim that whenever a patron faces a great power rivalry or a vulnerable client, it is more likely to condone its client’s provocations in order to safeguard its sphere of influen…
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ID31544187Published Date2019-10-08JournalChemical communications (Cambridge, England), 2019-10-08, Volume 55
Multicolor tunable carbon dots (CDs) are obtained by only altering the reaction solvents in solvothermal treatment. The red CDs (R-CDs) have a quantum yield of 50.8%, the highest reported for nitrogen and sulfur co-doped R-CDs so far. These CDs are developed into fluorescent hydrogels for precise remote force measurement and WLEDs with the CIE color coordinate of (0.31, 0.32).
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ID31410744Published Date2019-10-01JournalEcotoxicology (London, England), 2019-10-01, Volume 28
The bioaccumulation of the neurotoxin methylmercury (MeHg) in freshwater ecosystems is thought to be mediated by both water chemistry (e.g., dissolved organic carbon [DOC] and dissolved mercury [Hg]) and diet (e.g., trophic position and diet composition). Hg in small streams is of particular interest given their role as a link between terrestrial and aquatic processes. Terrestrial processes determine the quantity and quality of streamwater DOC, which in turn influence the quantity and bioavai…
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