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Distribution and Pollution Assessment of Heavy Metals in Beidaihe Near-Shore Marine Sediments  [PDF]
Hongwei Liu, Zhen Ma
Journal of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering (MSCE) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/msce.2015.312001

The concentrations of heavy metals, Cd, Hg, Pb, Cu and As in marine sediments from 138 sites located in the Beidaihe near-shore area of Bohai bay, were analyzed to find out the distribution characteristics of these heavy metals. Potential Ecological Risk index were adopted to assess the heavy metals contamination, and the assessment results indicated that the content of heavy metals in this area is in a low to moderate level, while high values were found in the southwest and northeast region, and the value in the middle region is comparatively low. The high pollution hazard sites were close to the Renzaohe estuary and Shihe estuary and the high risk is mainly led by Hg.

A Sensitive Reversed-Phase High-Performance Liquid Chromatography Method for the Quantitative Determination of Milk Xanthine Oxidase Activity  [PDF]
Zhongqin Li, Ruizhang Guan, Hongwei Liu
Open Journal of Medicinal Chemistry (OJMC) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojmc.2013.31004

A new reversed-phase high performance liquid chromatography method was developed to quantitate the activity of xanthine oxidase involved in milk fat globule membrane with xanthine as the substrate and the separation of product (uric acid). The increment of uric acid in the reaction system was used to calculate the total activity of XO. The optimized assay conditions, linearity of detection, recovery of uric acid and chromatogram were developed in text, indicating this method is simple, rapid and efficient. It is an alternative potential method for the determination of the activity of XO in milk.

Performance Research on Magnetotactic Bacteria Optimization Algorithm with the Best Individual-Guided Differential Interaction Energy  [PDF]
Hongwei Mo, Lili Liu, Jiao Zhao
Journal of Computer and Communications (JCC) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jcc.2015.35016

Magnetotactic bacteria optimization algorithm (MBOA) is a new optimization algorithm inspired by the characteristics of magnetotactic bacteria, which is a kind of polyphyletic group of prokaryotes with the characteristics of magnetotaxis that make them orient and swim along geomagnetic field lines. The original Magnetotactic Bacteria Optimization Algorithm (MBOA) and several new variants of MBOA mimics the interaction energy between magnetosomes chains to obtain moments for solving problems. In this paper, Magnetotactic Bacteria Optimization Algorithm with the Best Individual-guided Differential Interaction Energy (MBOA-BIDE) is proposed. We improved interaction energy calculation by using the best individual-guided?differential interaction energy formation. We focus on analyzing the performance of different parameters settings. The experiment results show that the proposed algorithm is sensitive to parameters settings on some functions.

Quantitatively Plotting the Human Face for Multivariate Data Visualisation Illustrated by Health Assessments Using Laboratory Parameters
Wang Hongwei,Liu Hui
Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine , 2013, DOI: 10.1155/2013/390212
Abstract: Objective. The purpose of this study was to describe a new data visualisation system by plotting the human face to observe the comprehensive effects of multivariate data. Methods. The Graphics Device Interface (GDI+) in the Visual Studio.NET development platform was used to write a program that enables facial image parameters to be recorded, such as cropping and rotation, and can generate a new facial image according to values from sets of normal data ( was still counted as 3). The measured clinical laboratory parameters related to health status were obtained from senile people, glaucoma patients, and fatty liver patients to illustrate the facial data visualisation system. Results. When the eyes, nose, and mouth were rotated around their own axes at the same angle, the deformation effects were similar. The deformation effects for any abnormality of the eyes, nose, or mouth should be slightly higher than those for simultaneous abnormalities. The facial changes in the populations with different health statuses were significant compared with a control population. Conclusions. The comprehensive effects of multivariate may not equal the sum of each variable. The 3 facial data visualisation system can effectively distinguish people with poor health status from healthy people. 1. Introduction Data visualisation is the study of visual representation of data to communicate information clearly and effectively through graphical means [1–3]. The medical sciences have a uniquely intertwined relationship with bioinformatics. The rapidly expanding field of biology creates enormous challenges to enable researchers to gain insights from large and highly complex data sets. Although researchers and practitioners often create patterns that can be visually identified, such as charts, graphs, and interactive displays, when solving a large range of problems, there are no definite accepted methods to identify these complex relationships [4–6]. Traditional data visualisation systems are mostly based on mathematical models, but complex bioinformatic correlations may not follow previously known statistical rules. Therefore, it is essential to explore methods for data visualisation that do not completely rely on mathematical models. We established the facial data visualisation system based on changes in human facial features. Certain specific bioinformatics rules for correlations may be elucidated with the use of the data visualisation system. Chernoff first developed the idea of using human facial characteristics as a means to visualise data [7, 8]. The idea behind using faces is
Strong parity effect of particle number in the interference fringes of Bose-Einstein condensates released from a double-well potential
Hongwei Xiong,Shujuan Liu
Physics , 2009,
Abstract: We study the parity effect of the particle number in the interference fringes of a Bose-Einstein condensate released from a double-well potential. For a coherently splitting condensate in the double-well potential, with a decoupled two-mode Bose-Hubbard model, there is well-known phase diffusion because of interatomic interactions. After a specific holding time of the double-well potential, the phase diffusion will make the interference patterns in the density distribution depend strongly on the parity of the total particle number by further overlapping two condensates. This parity effect originates from the quantized relative phase about the total particle number. The experimental scheme to observe this "even-odd" effect of the particle number is discussed.
Anomalous fermion bunching in density-density correlation
Hongwei Xiong,Shujuan Liu
Physics , 2007,
Abstract: We consider theoretically density-density correlation of identical Fermi system by including the finite resolution of a detector and delta-function term omitted in the ordinary method. We find an anomalous fermion bunching effect, which is a quantum effect having no classical analogue. This anomalous fermion bunching is studied for ultracold Fermi gases released from a three-dimensional optical lattices. It is found that this anomalous fermion bunching is supported by a recent experiment (T. Rom et al Nature 444, 733 (2006)).
Interference effects between two initially independent Bose-condensed gases
Hongwei Xiong,Shujuan Liu
Physics , 2005,
Abstract: When two initially independent Bose-condensed gases are allowed to overlap, we investigate the density expectation value of the whole system by using the second quantization method. In the presence of interatomic interaction, based on the exact expression of the density expectation value, it is found that there is a nonzero interference term in the density expectation value of the whole system. The evolution of the density expectation value is shown for different coupling constants. The present work shows clearly that there is an interaction-induced coherence process between two initially independent condensates.
Density-density correlation and interference mechanism for two initially independent Bose-Einstein condensates
Shujuan Liu,Hongwei Xiong
Physics , 2006, DOI: 10.1088/1367-2630/9/11/412
Abstract: In an exciting experiment by MIT's group (Science 275, 637 (1997)), clear interference fringes were observed for two initially independent Bose condensates in dilute gas. Presently, there are two different theories (measurement-induced interference theory and interaction-induced interference theory) which can both explain MIT's experimental results. Based on our interaction-induced interference theory, we consider the evolution of the density-density correlation after the releasing of a double-well potential trapping two independent Bose condensates. Based on the interaction-induced interference theory, we find that the interference fringes in the density-density correlation exhibit a behavior of emergence and disappearance with the development of time. We find essential difference for the density-density correlation based on interaction-induced interference theory and measurement-induced interference theory, and thus we suggest the density-density correlation to experimentally reveal further the interference mechanism for two initially independent Bose condensates.
Ultracold atom-molecule mixture gases in a harmonic trap
Hongwei Xiong,Shujuan Liu
Physics , 2004,
Abstract: This paper has been withdrawn.
Wave function of string and membrane and spacetime geometry
Hongwei Xiong,Shujuan Liu
Physics , 2002,
Abstract: A first-quantized string (and membrane) theory is developed here by using a general wave function of the string (and membrane), analogously to the first-quantized quantum theory of a point particle. From the general wave function of the string (and membrane), the properties of the string (and membrane) such as its relation to Bosons, Fermions and spacetime are investigated. The string and membrane wave functions are found to be very useful and we can deduce Klein-Gordon equation, Dirac equation and the fundamental property of the spacetime from this new starting point.
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