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作者:Hiroshi Adachi , Keisuke Tsukaya ...
来源:[J].Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science(IF 2.324), 2019, Vol.220, pp.166-175
摘要:Abstract(#br)Exposed fossil microatolls and core samples from a coral reef and a mangrove forest at the Yutsun River mouth, Iriomote Island, southwest Japan, reveal the internal structure and temporal changes in the sedimentary processes of a mixed reef–mangrove system. Evid...
作者:Hiroshi Adachi , Hiroyuki Matsuzaki
来源:[J].Geomorphology(IF 2.552), 2015, Vol.243, pp.27-39
摘要:Abstract(#br)The spatial distribution of modern coral reefs in the Northwest Pacific (NWP) is restricted to approximately 30°N. Understanding the high-latitude reef-growth process and its correlation to climate change may provide important insights into future reef growth at...
作者:Hiroshi Adachi , Koichi Takakuwa ...
来源:[J].Clinical Immunology(IF 3.771), 2003, Vol.106 (3), pp.175-180
摘要:Abstract(#br)Twenty-six unexplained secondary recurrent aborters underwent vaccinations by using their husband’s mononuclear leukocytes according to the protocol adopted for primary recurrent aborters (group I). No mixed lymphocyte culture reaction-blocking antibodies (MLR-B...
作者:... Shinya Tsuchida , Hideaki Nakane , Hiroshi Adachi
来源:[J].Ultramicroscopy(IF 2.47), 1998, Vol.73 (1), pp.119-124
摘要:Abstract(#br)It was experimentally observed that the number of spike-like noise was increased as the anode approached the emitter, under bad vacuum conditions of 10 −6 Torr. The duration of the stable emission also decreased upon approaching the anode to the emitter. It is ...
作者:Hideki Satoh , Hideaki Nakane , Hiroshi Adachi
来源:[J].Applied Surface Science(IF 2.112), 1996, Vol.100, pp.216-221
摘要:Abstract(#br)A preliminary examination to understand a lowering mechanism of workfunction on theZrO/W(100)surface is reported. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) and low energy electron diffraction (LEED) were employed for this purpose. After deposition of about 3 monola...
作者:... Satoru Kawata , Hideaki Nakane , Hiroshi Adachi
来源:[J].Applied Surface Science(IF 2.112), 1999, Vol.146 (1), pp.177-181
摘要:Abstract(#br)Field emission cathodes have been examined to be applied to electron beam systems such as electron microscopes and electron beam exposure systems. The most important factors for such cathodes are brightness and stability. Field emission cathodes are very bright, but ...
作者:Hiroshi Adachi , Yumi Sekigawa ...
来源:[J].Tetrahedron(IF 2.803), 2003, Vol.60 (4), pp.907-918
摘要:Abstract(#br)Silver-ion mediated thioester segment condensation was applied to the chemical synthesis of high molecular weight isoforms of cholecystokinin (CCK). Three building blocks, a C-terminal Tyr(SO 3 H)-containing segment and two partially protected thioester segments havi...
作者:Hiroshi Adachi , Yukio Watanabe ...
来源:[J].Journal of Hepatology(IF 9.858), 2004, Vol.42 (3), pp.386-392
摘要:Background/Aims(#br)The presence of antibodies to the 210-kDa glycoprotein of the nuclear pore complex (gp210) is highly indicative of primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC). However, the significance of anti-gp210 antibody titers for monitoring PBC remains unresolved.(#br)Methods(#br)W...
作者:Michiaki Endo , Hideaki Nakane , Hiroshi Adachi
来源:[J].Applied Surface Science(IF 2.112), 1996, Vol.100, pp.378-382
摘要:Abstract(#br)In connection with the fluctuating properties of the field emission current of Nb 2 N and TiN, effect of the surface chemical composition was examined. Flashing above a certain temperature results in dramatic change in the field emission properties. In accordance wit...
作者:... Seigi Mizuno , Hideaki Nakane , Hiroshi Adachi
来源:[J].Applied Surface Science(IF 2.112), 1999, Vol.146 (1), pp.408-411
摘要:Abstract(#br)The ZrO/W(100) thermal field emitter has been widely used for cathodes in electron microscopy because this surface shows a remarkably low work function. In spite of its wide application, the reducing mechanism of the work function has not been clearly understood...

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