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MARKETED PREPARATIONS: QUALITY EVALUATION OF DELAYED RELEASE ASPIRIN TABLET
Walde S. R,Rasala T. M.,Gurunani G. A.,Ittadwar A. M
International Research Journal of Pharmacy , 2011,
Abstract: The main purpose of this work was quality evaluation of several delayed release marketed preparations. Extended release dosage forms are designed to achieve a prolonged therapeutic effect by continuously releasing drug over an extended period of time after administration of a single dose. Extended release dosage form allows at least two fold reduction in dosage frequency as compared to that drug presented in immediate release dosage forms. The delayed release aspirin tablets were collected from the market and evaluated for hardness, friability, weight variation, drug content, disintegration and in‐vitro dissolution studies.
Quality Issues in Higher Education: A Multicriteria Framework of Satisfaction Measures  [PDF]
G. A. Dimas, A Goula, G. Pierrakos
Creative Education (CE) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2011.23042
Abstract: Higher education attributes significant interest to student satisfaction because of its potential impact on the quality dimensions of the offered services. This is illustrated from the large number of studies that have shown a moderate to strong relationship between these two concepts. This paper provides a detailed analysis of a student satisfaction survey conducted at the Health Care Management Department of the Technological Education Institute of Athens. The analysis was based on a multi-criteria preference disaggregation method (MUSA). Results are focused on the evaluation of student choices, while significant findings of the applied methodology constitute the determination of strong and weak points of the educational component’s preferences that form important suggestions for the improvement of the satisfaction level and the quality characteristics of the correspondent services.
A Fourth Order Improved Numerical Scheme for the Generalized Burgers—Huxley Equation  [PDF]
A. G. Bratsos
American Journal of Computational Mathematics (AJCM) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ajcm.2011.13017
Abstract: A fourth order finite-difference scheme in a two-time level recurrence relation is proposed for the numerical solution of the generalized Burgers--Huxley equation. The resulting nonlinear system, which is analysed for stability, is solved using an improved predictor-corrector method. The efficiency of the proposed method is tested to the kink wave using both appropriate boundary values and conditions. The results arising from the experiments are compared with the relevant ones known in the available bibliography.
External Magnetic Field Effects on the Rayleigh-Taylor Instability in an Inhomogeneous Rotating Quantum Plasma  [PDF]
G. A. Hoshoudy
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2012.311224
Abstract: The effects of external magnetic field effects on the Rayleigh-Taylor instability in an inhomogeneous stratified quantum plasma rotating uniformly are investigated. The external magnetic field is considered in both horizontal and vertical direction. The linear growth rate is derived for the case where a plasma with exponential density distribution is confined between two rigid planes at z=0 and z=h, by solving the linear QMHD equations into normal mode. Some special cases are particularized to explain the roles that play the variables of the problem. The results show that, the presence of both external horizontal and vertical magnetic field beside the quantum effect will bring about more stability on the growth rate of unstable configuration. The maximum stability will happen in the case of wave number parallels to or in the same direction of external horizontal magnetic field.
Equilibrium Dynamics in the Neoclassical Growth Model with Habit Formation and Elastic Labor Supply  [PDF]
Manuel A. Gómez
Theoretical Economics Letters (TEL) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/tel.2012.25087
Abstract: This note analyzes the equilibrium dynamics in the neoclassical growth model with habit-forming preferences and elastic labor supply. Habits enter into utility in a multiplicative way. The specification of the habit formation process comprises the particular cases of internal and external habits. Existence, uniqueness and saddle-path stability of the steady state are proved analytically.
Rayleigh-Taylor Instability in Magnetized Plasma  [PDF]
G. A. Hoshoudy
World Journal of Mechanics (WJM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/wjm.2014.48027
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The Rayleigh-Taylor instability in stratified plasma has been investigated in the presence of combined effect of horizontal and vertical magnetic field. The linear growth rate has been derived for the case where plasma with exponential density distribution is confined between two rigid planes by solving the linear MHD equations into normal mode. Some special cases have been particularized to explain the roles the variables of the problem play; numerical solutions have been made and some stability diagrams are plotted and discussed. The results show that, the growth rate depends on the horizontal and vertical components of magnetic field and also depends on the parameter λ*=λLD  (λ is constant and LD is the density-scale length). The maximum instability happens at λ*=-0.5 and to get more stability model we select λ* such that it is different than λ*=-0.5. The vertical magnetic field component have a greater effect than the horizontal magnetic field component in the case of large wavelength, while in the case of short wavelength, the horizontal magnetic field components have greater effect than the vertical magnetic field component.

System of Potential Barriers in Nanostructures  [PDF]
A. G. Gulyamov
World Journal of Condensed Matter Physics (WJCMP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/wjcmp.2015.52009
Abstract: Nanoscale superlattice has been investigated theoretically. It has been shown that the deformation effects on the energy spectrum of nanoscale superlattice by changing the interatomic distances as well as varying the width and height of the potential barrier. The potential deformation has been estimated. It has been shown that for different edges of forbidden bands the deformation potential has different values. It has been also analyzed the dependence of the effective mass on energy. It has been determined that the effective mass crosses periodically the zero mark. It has been concluded that this phenomena contributes to the periodic change of the oscillation frequency de Haas-van Alphen effect.
On the Gamma-Ray Bursts Origin  [PDF]
A. G. Syromyatnikov
International Journal of Astronomy and Astrophysics (IJAA) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ijaa.2016.64034
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Gamma-ray (GRBs) and X-ray Bursts are millisecond-10 and 1000 seconds-long events of unknown origin. Recent simulations of the merger of binary neutron star systems do not generate a magnetically dominated called funnel nor a relativistic outflow. New models for the detection the afterglow of GRB 121024A, measured 0.15 days after the burst, invoke anisotropy as required to produce the complex microphysics of realistic shocks in relativistic jets. On the other hand the non-thermal gamma-rays are supposed to be produced by a fireball of relativistic ee+ pairs that are created by annihilation of neutrino-antineutrino pairs in the vicinity of the hot, merged object. It is also known that in a system of a large number of fermions with pairs, gravitational interaction occurs a spontaneous breaking of the vacuum spatial symmetry, accompanied by gravitational mass defect. If spherical symmetry is broken, as in the known case of the merger scenario where a rapidly rotating disk can be formed and material is pulled away from rotation axis by centrifugal forces, then a baryon-free funnel along the rotation axes may allow relativistic beam of γ’s and ee+ to escape. It might lead to matter ejection with Lorentz factors of ~102 - 103 which are in the right range to enable copious gamma production during shock interaction with ambient interstellar gas. Here we show that the space rays generation mechanism on a method of direct transformation of intergalactic gamma-rays to the proton current on spin shock-waves

Ecophysiological response to irrigation of two olive cultivars grown in a high-density orchard  [PDF]
G. A. Vivaldi, G. Strippoli, S. Camposeo
Agricultural Sciences (AS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/as.2013.48A003
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High-density oliveculture system needs irrigation and introduces new cultivars in new environments. So the evaluation of varietal ecophysiological response to irrigation is a crucial topic. For this reason it was planned a research on two cultivars, Coratina and Arbequina, trained according to high-density system. In 2009 the irrigation was conducted according to the conventional management by applying an irrigation frequency of 4 days. The leaf water potentials reached values similar to the limits reported for the recovery within 48 hours. However, plants showed a leaf water status and gas exchange recovery just after 24 hours from watering. The results highlighted some varietal differences: Arbequina showed a better response to irrigation, while Coratina performed a higher water use efficiency by a lower leaf transpiration.

Into the life and death: RecA a WISE factor working to integrate survival and evolution in Escherichia coli  [PDF]
José María Gómez Gómez
Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology (ABB) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/abb.2013.43A059
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Escherichia coli RecA has been considered traditionally a cellular protein with multiple vital functions working to ensure the maintenance of integrity of genome in each individual bacterial cell as well as promoting swarming migration in collectivity. On the contrary, recently it has been described that RecA promotes cellular apoptotic-like death (ALD), a pathway of programmed cellular death (PCD). In fact, RecA has been dubbed as the major apoptotic executor in E. coli. From these studies, RecA emerges as a prototypical Gin/Gan protein that despite of their intrinsic vital and lethal anfi-funcionality becomes in a WISE factor: a Worker to Integrate Survival and Evolution in E. coli evolving populations living in community. Here, I provide a review of recent experimental and conceptual advances trying to understand these RecA’s antagonistic roles in appearance contradictory under a unified biological vision.

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