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PSR J1614-2230 May Include Hyperons

YU Zi,DING Wen-Bo,BAO Tmurbagan,LIU Ning-Ning,

中国物理快报 , 2011,
Nucleon direct Urca processes and singlet pairing gap of proton in hyperonic neutron star
Yan Xu,Cheng Zhi Liu,Cun Bo Fan,Xiao Jun Zhang,Tmurbagan Bao,Ming Feng Zhu,Hong Yan Wang
Physics , 2015,
Abstract: A detailed description of the nucleon direct Urca processes related to the neutron star cooling is given and how they are affected by the degrees of freedom of hyperons and hyperon direct Urca processes are presented. These results indicate that the appearance of hyperons can sharply suppress the neutrino emissivity of the nucleon direct Urca processes. However, the contribution of the hyperon direct Urca processes within the certain density (mass) range makes the total neutrino emissivity (luminosity) even exceed the corresponding value of the nucleon direct Urca processes in npe$\mu$ matter. Furthermore, when we only consider the nucleon direct Urca processes with the $^{1}S_{0}$ proton superfluidity in neutron star cooling, for example, it is hard to differentiate the theoretical cooling curves of 1.95$M_{\odot}$ for nphe$\mu$ matter from 2.03$M_{\odot}$ for npe$\mu$ matter in GM1 model. It is also difficult to rule out hyperons at the points of intersection for the two theoretical cooling curves of 2.0$M_{\odot}$ neutron star for npe$\mu$ and nphe$\mu$ matter in TM1 model.These results could be used to help prove appearing hyperons in PSR J1614-2230 and J0348+0432 from neutron star cooling perspective.
Influence of model parameters on properties of strange stars

Bao Tmurbagan,Song Tai-Ping,Cui Jia-Wu,Tang Gao-Wa,

物理学报 , 2011,
Abstract: In this paper we mainly investigate,in the framework of effective mass bag model,how the coupling constant and the bag constant execute their effects on equations of state of strange quark matter,and on the properties of strange stars.Numerical results indicate that with the increase of strong coupling constant and bag constant,equations of state for strange quark matter turn softened,whereas gravitational mass and corresponding radius of strange stars become decreased.For instance the mass of the star decr...
On a System of Second-Order Nonlinear Difference Equations  [PDF]
Hongmei Bao
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (JAMP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2015.37110
Abstract: This paper is concerned with dynamics of the solution to the system of two second-order nonlinear difference equations \"\", \"\", \"\", where \"\", \"\", \"\", i = 0, 1. Moreover, the rate of convergence of a solution that converges to the equilibrium of the system is discussed. Finally, some numerical examples are considered to show the results obtained.
The Status, Potentials and Countermeasures of China’s Carbon Audit  [PDF]
Cuiping Bao
Low Carbon Economy (LCE) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/lce.2016.73011
Abstract: As an important supervision mechanism of the development of low-carbon economy, carbon audit arises at the historic moment. This paper analyzes the differences of the carbon audit and traditional financial audit, with SWOT method on the basis of analyzing its potential in our country, and puts forward the future development direction of carbon audit. Based on current situations, it is suggested that China should complete the upper construction, establish carbon audit system, reserve the talents and actively encourage carbon audit, in order to push the advancement of carbon audit.
Databasing Molecular Identities of Sugarcane (Saccharum spp.) Clones Constructed with Microsatellite (SSR) DNA Markers  [PDF]
Yong-Bao Pan
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2010.12011
Abstract: This paper reports the development of the first SSR marker-based sugarcane (Saccharum spp.) molecular identity database in the world. Since 2005, 1,025 sugarcane clones were genotyped, including 811 Louisiana, 45 Florida, 39 Texas, 130 foreign, and eight consultant/seed company clones. Genotyping was done on a fluorescence-capillary electrophoresis detection platform involving 21 highly polymorphic SSR markers that could potentially amplify 144 distinctive DNA fragments. Genotyping data were processed with the GeneMapper? software to reveal electrophoregrams that were manually checked against the 144 fragments. The presence (A) or absence (C) of these 144 fragments in any sugarcane clone was recorded in an affixed sequence order as a DNAMAN® file to represent its molecular identity being achieved into a local molecular identity database. The molecular identity database has been updated annually by continued genotyping of newly assigned sugarcane clones. The database provides molecular descriptions for new cultivar registration articles, enables sugarcane breeders to identify mis-labeled sugarcane clones in crossing programs and determine the paternity of cross progeny, and ensures the desired cultivars are grown in farmers’ fields.
The Course of Well-Being in Romantic Relationships: Predicting Positive Affect in Dating Participants  [PDF]
Katherine J. Bao
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2012.312A161

People use different methods to make themselves happier, but their attempts at lasting happiness are often thwarted by the hedonic adaptation process. We examined changes in well-being over 8 weeks in participants who were involved in romantic relationships and those who were not. On average, both groups declined in well-being over time, but the relationship group experienced more positive emotions overall. High positive affect was predicted by higher aspirations, higher passionate love, and being in a same-ethnicity relationship. None of the variables we measured significantly predicted changes in positive affect over time, which may be due to the short duration of the study.

Effect of pyk gene location on constructing dATP conversion E. coli strain  [PDF]
Xiujuan Xin, Jie Bao
Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology (ABB) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/abb.2013.41011
Abstract: A dATP conversion E. coli strain could be constructed when both pyk and adk1 gene were expressed successfully. pyk gene encodes pyruvate kinase (PK) could be expressed, when inserted it before adk1 gene which encodes adenylate kinase (AK) in plasmid pET-pyk-adk1 after transform into E. coli and the recombinant could be used to convert dATP from dAMP. Another plasmid pET-adk1-pyk, which inserted pyk gene behind of adk1, the recombinant E. coli transformed with this plasmid could not convert dAMP into dATP, pyk gene cannot be translated in this recombinant. The different translation levels of
Path-Integral Derivation of the Transverse Axial Vector and Vector Anomalies in QED  [PDF]
Dan Wang, Aidong Bao
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2013.41007
Abstract: It is shown that a novel anomaly associated with transverse Ward-Takahashi identity of axial vector current in QED is derived by using Fujikawa’s method in the path-integral formulation of quantum field theory. Also it is verified that there is no transverse anomaly for the vector current.
Application of Hypergeometric Series in the Inverse Moments of Special Discrete Distribution*  [PDF]
Hongyu Bao, Wuyun gaowa
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (JAMP) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2017.52024
In this paper, we use the generalized hypergeometric series method the high-order inverse moments and high-order inverse factorial moments of the generalized geometric distribution, the Katz distribution, the Lagrangian Katz distribution, generalized Polya-Eggenberger distribution of the first kind and so on.
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