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Orbital Approach to High Temperature Superconductivity  [PDF]
Peter Love
Natural Science (NS) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ns.2019.111001
Abstract: High temperature superconductivity in cuprates is explained in terms of 3d-orbital capture in copper. In elemental Cu 3d-orbital capture abstracts an electron from the 4 s2 valence orbital, and leaves it as 4 s1. This is known since Cu occurs in Group IB of the Periodic Table. This forms an electron vacancy, or hole, in the valence shell. Therefore, the energy of 3d-orbital capture is stronger than the energy of unpairing of a paired-spin 4 s2 orbital. In cuprates 3d-orbital capture abstracts an electron from a Cu-O covalent bond, and leaves a hole in the excited state orbital. By electron-hole migration the excited state orbital leads to a coordinate covalent bond. This leads to superconductivity. The 3d-orbital process accounts for superconductivity and insulator behavior in cuprates. These results lend credence to the statement that 3d-orbital capture in copper is the cause of high temperature superconductivity.
Inverse Problems for Difference Equations with Quadratic Eigenparameter Dependent Boundary Conditions-II  [PDF]
Sonja Currie, Anne Love
Advances in Pure Mathematics (APM) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/apm.2016.610051
Abstract: The following inverse problem is solved—given the eigenvalues and the potential b(n) for a difference boundary value problem with quadratic dependence on the eigenparameter, λ, the weights c(n)?can be uniquely reconstructed. The investi-gation is inductive on m where represents the number of unit intervals and the results obtained depend on the specific form of the given boundary conditions. This paper is a sequel to [1] which provided an algorithm for the solution of an analogous inverse problem, where the eigenvalues and weights were given and the potential was uniquely reconstructed. Since the inverse problem considered in this paper contains more unknowns than the inverse problem considered in [1], an additional spectrum is required more often than was the case in [1].
The Gods of Yucatán from A.D. 1560 to 1980
Love, Bruce;
Estudios de cultura maya , 2011,
Abstract: this work presents a review of ethnohistorical writings and ethnographic studies (some by the author) in search of maya deities as they appear in the religious life of the maya people of yucatán. this introductory survey spans more than four centuries, from the 1560s to the 1980s. many of the gods of the early colonial period continue living today in the indigenous communities of the peninsula, while others have disappeared completely. this article traces their presence or absence over time and proposes that their disappearance or survival is a reflection of their role in maya society. the patron gods of social/civic groups have disappeared while the agricultural gods of the forest and the sky survive today.
Competir y ganar: Calidad de los candidatos en las elecciones legislativas de 2006 en México
Love, Gregory;
Política y gobierno , 2009,
Abstract: the article argues that in the 2006 federal chamber of deputies election, individual candidate traits and experience affected electoral outcomes. analyses were conducted using a unique dataset of biographical information for 171 candidates in 57 randomly drawn districts. the findings demonstrate that candidates mattered in the recent federal legislative elections. additionally, they show that the common definition of "high quality" candidates (previous office holders) is insufficient in the mexican case. the second part of the article analyzes how differing types of candidates were nominated by each party/pact, and examines how the types of nominated candidates can be partially predicted based on the party's nominating rules and their pool of members with previous local electoral success.
Food-based dietary guidelines for the patient with diabetes
P Love
Continuing Medical Education , 2003,
The Abusir Drill Core Survey, Egypt
Serena Love
Papers from the Institute of Archaeology , 2001, DOI: 10.5334/pia.158
Questioning the Location of the Old Kingdom Capital of Memphis, Egypt
Serena Love
Papers from the Institute of Archaeology , 2003, DOI: 10.5334/pia.201
Abstract: The capital city of Memphis was ancient Egypt’s oldest and largest city. However, the city’s origin is shrouded in myth. This study challenges five different references to Memphis, from both classical and historical accounts and concludes that Memphis’ boundary should be redefined. These accounts are reviewed to illustrate the confusion amongst early historians and travellers as to the precise location of Memphis and to highlight the association between the capital and the pyramids of the Giza Plateau. For the Old Kingdom, the urban limits of Memphis should not be restricted to the modern mound of Mit Rahina, but rather the boundaries should be expanded to parallel the Old Kingdom pyramids. Recent archaeological investigations, employing sub-surface sampling techniques, have revealed contemporary Old Kingdom occupational debris scattered throughout the entire Memphite region. The inclusion of archaeological material, in combination with the historical records, will create a different interpretation for Egypt’s Old Kingdom capital city.
Manfred Kets de Vries: The Leadership Mystique – a users’ manual for the human enterprise. Prentice Hall, Great Britain. 2001.
Bryan Love
South African Journal of Industrial Psychology , 2002, DOI: 10.4102/sajip.v28i3.25
Abstract: Manfred Kets de Vries is one of Europe’s leading management thinkers and writers. He is an academic of international standing (Econ. Drs. Amsterdam, DBA Harvard & Psychoanalyst of International Psychoanalytical Association) who currently holds the Chair of Human Resource Management at INSEAD. He is programme director of INSEAD’s top management programme, The Challenge of Leadership: Developing your Emotional Intelligence, and director of the INSEAD/HEC joint programme, Coaching and Consulting for Change. He also consults widely on organisational transformation and strategic human resource management.
Mediating generational shift in secondary English teaching in Australia: The case study of 'BUILT'.
Love, K.
L1 Educational Studies in Language and Literature , 2003,
Abstract: Two years into the new millennium, there is still a considerable mismatch between the aspirations of the official English curriculum in Australia (in both compulsory and post-compulsory schooling) and the curriculum enacted in secondary English classrooms by an aging teaching profession, in four critical areas of teacher experience: teachers’ use of multimodal texts; their metalinguistic knowledge; their understanding of critical socio-cultural practice; and their confidence with integrating Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) into their learning and teaching. The current generation of pre-service secondary English teachers in Australia are those who are “in-between” in each of these four areas. In their one year Diploma of Education program at the University of Melbourne, a cohort of such pre-service English teachers are using a CD ROM (“Building Understandings in Literacy and Teaching” – “BUILT”) to develop understandings about language, text and ICTs as integrated pedagogical resources. Using innovative and authentic multi-media, BUILT was designed to offer a social semiotic account of language and an account of texts as multi-modal social products. BUILT models active, engaging, reflective pedagogy and provides novice teachers with opportunities to rehearse the forms of ICT they could be integrating in their classroom teaching as they learn about language and literacy themselves. Working with such a multi-media resource, these novice teachers are supported in accommodating both new theoretical perspectives and new modes of learning with ICT that have the potential to transform the shape of English teaching in the 21st century.
On an inequality conjectured by T.J. Lyons
Love ER
Journal of Inequalities and Applications , 1998,
Abstract: Let be any positive integer, and any positive real numbers. The inequality was conjectured for by T.J. Lyons, after he had proved it with an extra factor on the right, in a preprint (Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, 1995). Many numerical trials confirmed the conjecture, and none disproved it. The present paper proves it, with strict inequality, for all a in sufficiently small neighbourhoods of
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