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A Simple Method of Determining the Effective Attenuation Coefficient
Grzegorz Domański , Bogumi Konarzewski , Zdzis aw Paw owski , Krzysztof Zaremba , Janusz Marzec , Artur Trybu a , Robert Kurjata
Polish Journal of Medical Physics And Engineering , 2007, DOI: 10.2478/v10013-007-0001-x
Abstract: This paper presents a simple method of determining the effective attenuation coefficient from steady-state diffuse reflectance measurements.
The Use of the Monte Carlo Method to Determine Optical Parameters of Tissue
Grzegorz Domański , Bogumi Konarzewski , Zdzis aw Paw owski , Krzysztof Zaremba , Janusz Marzec , Artur Trybu a , Robert Kurjata
Polish Journal of Medical Physics And Engineering , 2007, DOI: 10.2478/v10013-007-0003-8
Abstract: The paper presents the use of the Monte Carlo method to determine the optical parameters of tissue from steady-state diffuse reflectance measurements.
A note on orthogonality of subspaces in Euclidean geometry
J. Konarzewski,M. ?ynel
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: We show that Euclidean geometry in suitably high dimension can be expressed as a theory of orthogonality of subspaces with fixed dimensions and fixed dimension of their meet.
Effect of rushes on evaporation rate in water reservoirs on the example of Powidzkie Lake
Bogumi Nowak
Limnological Review , 2010, DOI: 10.2478/v10194-011-0005-5
Abstract: This paper presents research on evaporation from the lake surface within the reed bed zone. The main focus of the research was the process of evaporation of water adhered to reed culms in different weather conditions. The process of transpiration, i.e. evaporation of water from plants due to their physiological processes was ignored. To avoid any ambiguity and to stress the different nature of both processes, the studied phenomenon is referred to as "mechanical evaporation". The analysis was based on measurements taken on Powidzkie Lake. The results showed that "mechanical evaporation" from reed culms above the water level can considerably increase evaporation rate of an aquifer. The values of total evaporation within the reed bed zone were estimated. These were compared to the values of evaporation from the open lake surface. The rate difference was at the level of 10-30%. Furthermore, the study showed that the value of "mechanical evaporation" varied depending on the reed species, wind speed and direction, wave height, and width of lakeshore with vegetation. Seasonal variations of the lake's water surface were of slightly lesser importance.
Thermodynamic basis of theory of thermoelectric engines and refrigerators
Bogumi? Staniszewski
Bulletin of the Institute of Heat Engineering , 1965,
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ANALYSIS OF THERMOELECTRICAL PHENOMENA FOR DIFFERENT THERMODYNAMIC FLOWS
Bogumi? Staniszewski
Bulletin of the Institute of Heat Engineering , 1968,
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Synthesis, FTIR, 13C-NMR and Temperature-Dependent 1H?NMR Characteristics of Bis-naphthalimide Derivatives
Waldemar Grzesiak,Bogumi? Brycki
Molecules , 2012, DOI: 10.3390/molecules171012427
Abstract: Chemotherapy is still the most important method of cancer treatment. To make this method more effective and safe, new drugs to destroy cancer cells are needed. Some bis-naphthalimide derivatives show potential anticancer activity via an intercalation mechanism. A higher degree of DNA intercalation corresponds to better therapeutic effects. The degree of intercalation of naphthalimides depends on their structure, molecular dynamics and intermolecular interactions with DNA. In order to apply any active substance as a drug, its molecular dynamics as well as possible interactions with target molecules have to be examined in exhaustive details. This paper describes a practical preparation of some novel bis-naphthalimide derivatives with different functional groups and their FTIR and 1H- and 13C-NMR spectral characteristics. To determine the molecular dynamics of the obtained compounds the temperature, their 1H-NMR spectra were measured. It has been clearly proven in this paper that the unusual temperature-dependent 1H-NMR behavior of the aromatic protons of phthalimide derivatives, previously described in the literature as “hypersensitivity” and explained by n-π interactions and molecular motions of aromatic amide rings, is a result of temperature driven changes of the geometry of carbonyl groups.
Perception of parental attitudes and the level of female adolescents’ self-esteem affected with anorexia nervosa
Witkowska, Bogumi?a
Psychiatria Polska , 2013,
Abstract: Aim. The article’s aim is to look for correlation between a parent - child relationship and the level of self-esteem in the perception of girls affected with anorexia nervosa (who meet the criteria of DSM-IV-TR). The differences in the perception of parental attitudes (of mothers and fathers) and self-esteem of girls suffering from anorexia nervosa and their healthy peers were also analyzed. Method. Two equally numbered groups of girls: the clinical group (30 persons affected with anorexia nervosa) and control group (30 healthy girls) in the 15-20 age range were examined. Two test were applied: Parent-Child Relations Questionnaire (PCR) A. Roe and M. Siegelman in the authorized translation by W. S. Kowalski to investigate characteristic behavior of parents of small children as perceived by youth or adults and a Questionnaire What are you like?” by P. Sears in adaptation of J. Kostrzewski, which is used to study self-esteem. Results and conclusions. The results confirmed the expected relationship between perception of parental attitudes and the level of self-esteem of girls affected with anorexia nervosa. Parental attitudes characterized by love and protection promote higher self-esteem of their daughters and the experience of higher demands and rejection by both parents lowers their self-esteem. The comparison of average attitudes of mothers and fathers in perception of their daughters diagnosed with anorexia nervosa did not confirm significant statistical differences. Comparison of maternal attitudes in the perception of their daughters from the group affected by anorexia and the healthy group revealed significant differences in full range of attitudes. The differences in perception of the attitudes of their fathers were statistically substantial regarding the attitudes concerning love and rejection. Self-esteem of persons treated for anorexia is significantly lower than of their healthy peers
Third Polish-German conference on oncology pharmacy
Julia Bogumi?a Sobkowiak
European Journal of Oncology Pharmacy , 2007,
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SOLUTION OF HEAT CONDUCTION PROBLEMS BY EXODUS METHOD
Bogumi? Staniszewski,Jerzy Suski
Bulletin of the Institute of Heat Engineering , 1979,
Abstract: The principles of Exodus method and its application to the solution of heat conduction problems have been presented. The modeling of particles motions according to several finite difference schemes have been considered and various boundaryconditions have been analysed.As examples of the application of the method two particular problems have been solved: unsteady heat conduction in an infinite cylinder subjected to the boundary conditions of the third kind and twodimensional steady heat conduction in a square with three different kinds of boundary conditions.
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