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Minzu University of China is a national-level university located in Haidian District, Beijing, China designated for ethnic minorities in China. Minzu University is the top university in China specially for ethnic minorities and aims to be one of the best universities of its kind in the world. With the strong support of Chinese government, it has developed rapidly over the years. It is currently one of the most prestigious universities in China in fields of ethnology, anthropology, ethnic economies, regional economics, religion studies, History, Dance and fine arts. The university has been selected as one of 38 national key universities to directly receive funding from Project 211 and Project 985, aspiring to build itself into a worldwide known leading university. It is commonly regarded as one of the most respected institutes for higher learning in China. It is colloquially known as Míndà in Putonghua. It was formerly known in English as the Central University for Nationalities . Wikipedia.


Plasmas are known as the most abundant form of matter in the Universe. Nowadays, with respect to the cosmic plasmas, considerable efforts have been put into investigating the experimentally relevant Korteweg-de Vries (KdV)-Burgers-type equations. In this letter, with plenty of experimental/observational support presented, symbolic computation on a general variable-coefficient KdV-Burgers equation is performed, which covers the models for a variety of the cosmic plasmas. An auto-Bäcklund transformation is constructed out, along with two families of the analytic solitonic solutions, for the electrostatic wave potential, perturbation of the magnitude of the magnetic field, fluctuation of electron or ion density, or radial-direction component of the velocity of ions or dust particles. Both our auto-Bäcklund transformation and solitonic solutions depend on the cosmic-plasma parameters by way of the nonlinearity, dispersion, dissipation and geometric-effect coefficient functions, as to the ion-acoustic, magnetoacoustic, electron-acoustic, positron-acoustic, dust-acoustic and quantum dust-ion-acoustic waves. The shock structures from our analytic investigation agree well with to those experimentally reported. Certain effects of a cosmic-plasma system, described by such variable coefficients, might be detected by the future plasma experiments/observations. Copyright © EPLA, 2015. Source


Zhang Z.,Fujian Normal University | Yao Z.-Z.,Fujian Normal University | Xiang S.,Fujian Normal University | Xiang S.,Minzu University of China | Chen B.,University of Texas at San Antonio
Energy and Environmental Science | Year: 2014

It is emergent to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuel combustion and thereby limit climate destabilization. In order to achieve the industrial scenario of CCS, there is a need for the discovery of better solid CO2 adsorbents that realize great improvement of selective capacity and stability to moisture as well as significant reductions in energy requirements and costs. In this review, we provide an overview of the current status of the emerging microporous metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) for the storage and separation of carbon dioxide. We summarize the main factors for CO2 capture performance of MOF materials under different working conditions, in comparison with those for zeolite materials. At the same time, we analyze the relationship among porous structures, pore/window sizes, capacity, selectivity and enthalpy of porous MOFs for CCS, which will give us clues for the design and synthesis of MOF materials as CO2 adsorbents. This journal is © the Partner Organisations 2014. Source


Studies suggest that dysfunction of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) is a possible contributor to the pathology and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Several studies report reduced peripheral blood levels of BDNF in AD, but findings are inconsistent. This study sought to quantitatively summarize the clinical BDNF data in patients with AD and mild cognitive impairment (MCI, a prodromal stage of AD) with a meta-analytical technique. A systematic search of Pubmed, PsycINFO and the Cochrane Library identified 29 articles for inclusion in the meta-analysis. Random-effects meta-analysis showed that patients with AD had significantly decreased baseline peripheral blood levels of BDNF compared with healthy control (HC) subjects (24 studies, Hedges' g=−0.339, 95% confidence interval (CI)=−0.572 to −0.106, P=0.004). MCI subjects showed a trend for decreased BDNF levels compared with HC subjects (14 studies, Hedges' g=−0.201, 95% CI=−0.413 to 0.010, P=0.062). No differences were found between AD and MCI subjects in BDNF levels (11 studies, Hedges' g=0.058, 95% CI=−0.120 to 0.236, P=0.522). Interestingly, the effective sizes and statistical significance improved after excluding studies with reported medication in patients (between AD and HC: 18 studies, Hedges' g=−0.492, P<0.001; between MCI and HC: 11 studies, Hedges' g=−0.339, P=0.003). These results strengthen the clinical evidence that AD or MCI is accompanied by reduced peripheral blood BDNF levels, supporting an association between the decreasing levels of BDNF and the progression of AD.Molecular Psychiatry advance online publication, 26 April 2016; doi:10.1038/mp.2016.62. © 2016 Macmillan Publishers Limited Source


He X.,Minzu University of China
Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Mathematik und Physik | Year: 2011

This paper is concerned with the multiplicity and concentration of positive solutions for the nonlinear Schrödinger-Poisson equationswhere ε > 0 is a parameter, V:ℝ3 → ℝ is a continuous function and f{hook}: ℝ → ℝ is a C1 function having subcritical growth. The proof of the main result is based on minimax theorems and the Ljusternik-Schnirelmann theory. © 2011 Springer Basel AG. Source


Ho C.-L.,Hong Kong Baptist University | Li H.,Minzu University of China | Wong W.-Y.,Hong Kong Baptist University
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry | Year: 2014

In modern research on organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), cyclometalated iridium(III) complexes represent one of the most studied class of compounds. The high emission efficiency caused by the strong spin-orbit coupling in the presence of heavy metals leads to the mixing of singlet and triplet manifolds so that both the singlet and triplet excitons can be harvested. For OLEDs to be useful in displays application, true red, green, and blue emissions of sufficient luminous efficiencies and proper chromaticity are required. In recent years, the development of materials for phosphorescent red OLEDs has indeed gone through several important evolutional stages. However, the luminescent quantum yields of red-emitting iridium(III) phosphors tend to be intrinsically low which are governed by the energy gap law for triplet states in which the luminescence quantum yields tend to decrease with an increase in the emission wavelength. Many red organic dyes currently in use do not show a good compromise between device efficiency and color purity. In general, a dilemma facing red OLEDs was realized in which efficient and bright dopants are not red enough, and red-enough dopants are not efficient and bright. In this review article, we highlight the recent progress and current challenges of efficient OLEDs based on cyclometalated iridium(III) dyes which exhibit saturated red and near-infrared electroluminescence. Optimization of the phosphorescent red OLED efficiency/color purity trade-off and extension of the work to other organometallic phosphors are also presented and discussed. © 2013 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. Source

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