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作者:Xing Liang , Shengzhong Liu ...
来源:[J].Nano Research(IF 7.392), 2017, Vol.10 (8), pp.2732-2742Springer
摘要:The anisotropic two-dimensional (2D) layered material rhenium disulfide (ReSe2) has attracted considerable attention because of its unusual properties and promising applications in electronic and optoelectronic devices. However, because of its low lattice symmetry...
作者:Xing Liang , Shaohua Liu ...
来源:[J].Hydrogeology Journal(IF 1.675), 2017, Vol.25 (3), pp.675-688Springer
摘要:Subsurface-water flow pathways in three different land-use areas (non-irrigated grassland, poplar forest, and irrigated arable land) in the central North China Plain were investigated using oxygen (18O) and hydrogen (2H) isotopes in samples of precipita...
作者:Xing Liang , Yanian Zhang ...
来源:[J].Hydrogeology Journal(IF 1.675), 2017, Vol.25 (8), pp.2377-2390Springer
摘要:Chemical and isotopic compositions were analyzed in porewater squeezed from a clayey aquitard in Jiangsu coastal plain, eastern China, to interpret the salinity origin, chemical evolution and water-mass mixing process. A strong geochemical fingerprint was obtained with an al...
作者:Xing Liang , Guohua Gao ...
来源:[J].Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology(IF 1.66), 2017, Vol.82 (1), pp.224-232Springer
摘要:The carbon nanotubes/vanadium oxide composites have been prepared through a facile hydrothermal method. Morphology features of the samples are investigated by field-emission scanning electron microscope. Raman and X-ray diffraction patterns confirm the formation of phase str...
作者:... Lixia Yang , Xing Liang , Guofu Zhu
来源:[J].Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry(IF 3.415), 2015, Vol.36 (4), pp.1371-1381DOAJ
摘要:Aims: Accumulating evidence suggests that atherosclerotic progression depends on persistent and chronic inflammation in the arterial walls. MicroRNA-155 is reportedly involved in cardiovascular disease and has been implicated as a pro-inflammation regulator. Although some re...
作者:Jun Cai , Jing Chen , Xing Liang
来源:[J].Sensors(IF 1.953), 2015, Vol.15 (1), pp.1071-1087DOAJ
摘要:In this paper, a novel random facial variation modeling system for sparse representation face recognition is presented. Although recently Sparse Representation-Based Classification (SRC) has represented a breakthrough in the field of face recognition due to its good performance a...
作者:Xing Liang , Guoping Lu ...
来源:[J].Journal of Asian Earth Sciences(IF 2.379), 2017, Vol.143, pp.1-10Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)We developed a clay pore water (CPW) isotopic method for tracing paleoenvironments characterized by sporopollens. The thick clayey layers have the advantage of preserving pore water regardless of whether the water is inherent in the clayey layers or not. Therefo...
作者:Xing Liang , Teng Ma
来源:[J].Hydrogeology Journal(IF 1.675), 2018, Vol.26 (5), pp.1609-1623Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br)Hydrogeochemical analysis and multivariate statistics were applied to identify flow patterns and major processes controlling the hydrogeochemistry of groundwater in the Jianghan Plain, which is located in central Yangtze River Basin (central China) and characterized ...
作者:... Hong Niu , Xing Liang , Changqing Li
来源:[J].Journal of Asian Earth Sciences(IF 2.379), 2016, Vol.117, pp.33-51Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Rare earth element (REE) geochemistry is a useful tool in delineating hydrogeochemical processes and tracing solute transport, which can be used to reveal groundwater chemical evolution in the complexed groundwater systems of the North China Plain (NCP). Groundw...
作者:... Genshun Yao , Xing Liang , Shaoyun Xiong
来源:[J].Journal of Asian Earth Sciences(IF 2.379), 2019, Vol.170, pp.1-19Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Marine shales of the Lower Cambrian Qiongzhusi and Lower Silurian Longmaxi formations are extensively distributed in the Yangtze Platform. Detailed depositional and tectonic analyses and regional mapping indicated that the organic-rich Qiongzhusi-equivalent shale was...

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