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Charge oscillations in DebyeHückel theory
, 1997
"... (received; accepted) PACS. 61.20.Qg – Structure of associated liquids: electrolytes, molten salts, etc. PACS. 05.20.−y – Statistical mechanics. PACS. 05.70.Jk – Critical point phenomena. Abstract. – The recent generalized DebyeHückel (GDH) theory is applied to the calculation of the chargecharge c ..."
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correlation function, GZZ(r). The resulting expression satisfies both (i) the charge neutrality condition and (ii) the StillingerLovett secondmoment condition for all T and ρN, the overall ion density, and (iii) exhibits charge oscillations for densities above a “Kirkwood line ” in the (ρN, T) plane
Charge Oscillations in Superconducting Nanodevices Coupled to External Environments
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"... Charge oscillations in certain nanodevices, more specifically the socalled Superconducting Cooper Pair Boxes (SCB), are usually interpreted as an effect of macroscopic quantum coherence; an alternative explanation is however possible in terms of the GrossPitaewski equation for the classical order ..."
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Charge oscillations in certain nanodevices, more specifically the socalled Superconducting Cooper Pair Boxes (SCB), are usually interpreted as an effect of macroscopic quantum coherence; an alternative explanation is however possible in terms of the GrossPitaewski equation for the classical order
D A M P E D COHERENT CHARGE OSCILLATIONS IN SEMICONDUCTOR
"... A recently developed meanfield approximation to highfield transport in coupled electronphonon systems is used to investigate charge oscillations in AlGaAs/GaAs. We find that acoustic phonons effectively damp the ensuing charge oscillations provided that the phonon correlation frequency and the Ra ..."
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A recently developed meanfield approximation to highfield transport in coupled electronphonon systems is used to investigate charge oscillations in AlGaAs/GaAs. We find that acoustic phonons effectively damp the ensuing charge oscillations provided that the phonon correlation frequency
Effect of Magnetic Field on the Fluctuations of Charged Oscillators in Viscoelastic Fluids
"... In the present work the generalized Langevin equation is solved for the motion of a charged Brownian oscillator in a magnetic field, when the thermal random force is exponentially correlated in the time. This model is consistent with the assumption that the medium has weakly viscoelastic properties. ..."
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In the present work the generalized Langevin equation is solved for the motion of a charged Brownian oscillator in a magnetic field, when the thermal random force is exponentially correlated in the time. This model is consistent with the assumption that the medium has weakly viscoelastic properties
RESEARCH ARTICLE DNA Electric Charge Oscillations Govern Protein–DNA Recognition
"... The transcriptional activity of the serum response factor (SRF) protein is triggered by its binding to a 10basepair DNA consensus sequence designated the CArG box, which is the core sequence of the serum response element (SRE). Sequencespecific recognition of the CArG box by a core domain of 100 ..."
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be explained only in terms of the threedimensional structure of the SRE. A particular dynamic pairing process discriminates between the wild type and mutated complexes. Specific oscillations of the phosphate charge network of the SRE govern the recognition between both partners rather than an intrinsic set
Quantum Limit to the Radiation Damping of a Charged Oscillator 1 Problem
"... An electron of mass m and charge e moves in an isotropic threedimensional harmonic potential with “spring constant ” K such that its trajectory is nearly circular at all times. What is the characteristic time (time constant) for the decay of the energy of the system due to electromagnetic radiation ..."
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An electron of mass m and charge e moves in an isotropic threedimensional harmonic potential with “spring constant ” K such that its trajectory is nearly circular at all times. What is the characteristic time (time constant) for the decay of the energy of the system due to electromagnetic
a charged oscillator in a heat bath and a magnetic field
, 1995
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"... Study of the shortterm cylinder wall temperature oscillations during transient operation of a turbo ..."
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Study of the shortterm cylinder wall temperature oscillations during transient operation of a turbo
Do charged leptons oscillate
 JHEP
"... The question of whether charged leptons oscillate is discussed in detail, with a special emphasis on the coherence properties of the charged lepton states created via weak interactions. This analysis allows one to clarify also an important issue of the theory of neutrino oscillations. ..."
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The question of whether charged leptons oscillate is discussed in detail, with a special emphasis on the coherence properties of the charged lepton states created via weak interactions. This analysis allows one to clarify also an important issue of the theory of neutrino oscillations.
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