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Growing of InGaSe2 single crystals has been carried out by employing the Brijman-Stockbargor methods. On the base of X-ray-analysis it has been found that the given phase is crystallized into tetragonal symmetry. The temperature dependence of electric conductivity has been studied. Band structure has been computed. Optical functions, effective masses of electrons and holes have been calculated. Origin of formation of valence and conductance bands as well as the width of forbidden band for InGaSe2 have been determined.
Hypersensitivity is a phenomenon that has a dual role: adaptive (protective) and maladaptive (pathological) based on different aspects of the pain mechanism. The mechanism of hypersensitivity has not been fully defined. However, it is known that over-excitability (too much sensitivity) of neurons can arise in both peripheral and central components of the nervous system. Pain theories can be useful in helping to explain complex phenomenon like hypersensitivity. The Gate control theory and other more bio-psychological pain models may assist us to understand a mechanism of chronic musculoskeletal pain. This article discusses a mechanism based pain model.