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The Ir(PPh$_3)_2\;(CO)OClO_3\;and\;Ir(PPh_3)_3N_2Cl$ Mediated Activation of Aldehyde C-H Bonds via Chelate-Assisted Oxidative Addition

  • Ko, Jae-Jung;Joo, Wan-Chul;Kong, Young-Kun
    • Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society
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    • v.7 no.5
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    • pp.338-341
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    • 1986
  • Hydrocarbon solution of $Ir(PPh_3)_2(CO)OClO_3$ reacts with $Ph_2PC_6H_4$-o-CHO and 3-methyl-2-aminopyridinyl aldimine to yield ${\bar{Ir(Ph_2PC_6H_4-o-CO)}}\;(PPh_3)_2(CO)(H)ClO_4$(1) and ${\bar{Ir(NC_6H_6NC}}C_6H_5)(PPh_3)_2(CO)(H)ClO_4$(2), respectively. The compound $Ir(PPh_3)_2N_2Cl$ also reacts with $Ph_2PC_6H_4$-o-CHO and 3-methyl-2-aminopyridinyl aldimine to give ${\bar{Ir(Ph_2PC_6H_4-o-C}}O)(PPh_3)_2(H)Cl(3)$ and $Ir(NC_6H_5NCC_6H_5(PPh_3)_2(H)Cl(4)$, respectively. Compounds 1, 2, 3, and 4 were characterized by infrared, $^1H$ NMR, $^{31}p$ NMR, UV spectra, and conductivity measurements.

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Development of Mg-xFe2O3-yNi Hydrogen-Storage Alloys by Reactive Mechanical Grinding

  • Song, Myoung Youp;Kwon, Sung Nam;Park, Hye Ryoung
    • Korean Journal of Metals and Materials
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    • v.50 no.10
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    • pp.769-774
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    • 2012
  • Mg-x wt% $Fe_2O_3-y$ wt% Ni samples were prepared by reactive mechanical grinding in a planetary ball mill, and their hydrogen-storage properties were investigated and compared. Activations of $Mg-5Fe_2O_3-5Ni$ was completed after one hydriding (under 12 bar $H_2$) - dehydriding (in vacuum) cycle at 593 K. At n = 2, $Mg-5Fe_2O_3-5Ni$ absorbed 3.43 wt% H for 5 min, 3.57 wt% H for 10 min, 3.76 wt% H for 20 min, and 3.98 wt% H for 60 min. Activated $Mg-10Fe_2O_3$ had the highest hydriding rate, absorbing 2.99 wt% H for 2.5 min, 4.86 wt% H for 10 min, and 5.54 wt% H for 60 min at 593 K under 12 bar $H_2$. Activated $Mg-10Fe_2O_3-5Ni$ had the highest dehydriding rate, desorbing 1.31 wt% H for 10 min, 2.91 wt% H for 30 min, and 3.83 wt% H for 60 min at 593 K under 1.0 bar $H_2$.

On a Way in which Biographical Film Summons Character and History - Focusing on the Film, The Golden Era - (전기 영화가 인물과 역사를 소환하는 한 방식에 대해 - 영화 <황금시대>를 중심으로)

  • Jin, Sung-Hee
    • Cross-Cultural Studies
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    • v.39
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    • pp.287-308
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    • 2015
  • Biographical film is a genre narrativizing the actual person and history, and reproducing the character and history in a biographical film is in a dimension different from a film focused on a fiction. Discussion between these methods of narrative composition and image reproduction in a biographical film is also, in line with artistic/aesthetic problems and ethical/philosophical theses of the film text. This study discusses the phase of the way of reproduction of the actual person, $Xi{\bar{a}}o$ $H{\acute{o}}ng$ in the biographical film, The Golden Era and the time she lived in a biographical film and how the audience's discussion of the film and socio-cultural discourse differ depending on their attitude towards the cinematic introspection of the text. The narrative structure, the method of image reproduction and cinematic devices of the film, The Golden Era are completely off the point of the general format of the traditional biographical film. In The Golden Era, $Xi{\bar{a}}o$ $H{\acute{o}}ng$ and the history which she lived in did not revive depending on an omniscient subject's selective statement and meta-film structure. Ann Hui removed general, mythic images of $Xi{\bar{a}}o$ $H{\acute{o}}ng$ formed in the field of traditional Chinese culture and reproduced her through multilateral visions of a real, fictional narrator. Each spectator's judgment and interpretation of the film intervene in the multi-layered and sparse descriptions of the actual person's images and the era of the characters. Through this, it is possible to approach the uniqueness and authenticity a historical character, $Xi{\bar{a}}o$ $H{\acute{o}}ng$ and to have an opportunity of multi-layered reflection on how to secure a critical distance and make a perception in historical judgment.

Solving Sangaku: A Traditional Solution to a Nineteenth Century Japanese Temple Problem

  • Hosking, Rosalie Joan
    • Journal for History of Mathematics
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    • v.30 no.2
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    • pp.53-69
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    • 2017
  • This paper demonstrates how a nineteenth century Japanese votive temple problem known as sangaku from Okayama prefecture can be solved using traditional mathematical methods of the Japanese Edo (1603-1868 CE). We compare a modern solution to a sangaku problem from Sacred Geometry: Japanese Temple Problems of Tony Rothman and Hidetoshi Fukagawa with a traditional solution of ${\bar{O}}hara$ Toshiaki (?-1828). Our investigation into the solution of ${\bar{O}}hara$ provides an example of traditional Edo period mathematics using the tenzan jutsu symbolic manipulation method, as well as producing new insights regarding the contextual nature of the rules of this technique.

HÖLDER ESTIMATES FOR THE CAUCHY-RIEMANN EQUATION ON PARAMETERS

  • Cho, Sang-Hyun
    • Journal of the Korean Mathematical Society
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    • v.48 no.2
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    • pp.241-252
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    • 2011
  • Let $\{\Omega_{\tau}\}_{\tau{\in}I}$ be a family of strictly convex domains in $\mathbb{C}^n$. We obtain explicit estimates for the solution of the $\bar{\partial}$-equation on $\Omega{\times}I$ in H$\ddot{o}$lder space. We also obtain explicit point-wise derivative estimates for the $\bar{\partial}$-equation both in space and parameter variables.

A study of Literature Review on the acupuncture and moxibution treatments for stomatopathy (구중질환(口中疾患)의 침구치료(鍼灸治療)에 관한 고찰(考察))

  • Youn, Hyoun-Min;Ahn, Chang-Bum;Kim, Cheol-Hong
    • Korean Journal of Acupuncture
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    • v.21 no.1
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    • pp.175-199
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    • 2004
  • Objectives : To study acupuncture and moxibution treatments for stomatopathy( aphthae, oral ulceration, mycolic stomatitis, halitosis, thirst, bitter) the ancient and the present literatures were reviewed. Methods : We've got compared and analyzed 55 kinds of literatures. Results and Conclusions : 1. The acupuncture meridians used frequently for stomatopathy were $Su-yangmy\bar{o}ng-Taejang-ky\bar{o}ng(LI),\;Chok-yangmy\bar{o}ng-Wi-Ky\bar{o}ng(S),\;Immaek-Ky\bar{o}ng(CV)$. 2. The acupoints used frequently for aphthae were $Sungjang(CV_{24}),\;Yomchon(CV_{23}),\;Hapkok(LI_4),\;Nogung(P_8),\;Chok-samni(S_{36}),\;Hyopko(S_6),\;Sugu(GV_{26})$. 3. The acupoints used frequently for oral ulceration were $Hapkok(LI_4),\;Nogung(P_8),\;Chok-samni(S_{36}),\;Kokchi(LI_{11}),\;Sotaek(SI_1),\;Pisu(B_{20}),\;Wisu(B_{21}),\;Samgan(LI_3),\;Yomchon(CV_{23}),\;Chichang(S_4)$. 4. The acupoints used frequently for mycolic stomatitis were $Hapkok(L_4),\;Chichang(S_4),\;Hyopko\;(LI_4),\;Sungjang(CV_{24}),\;Samumgyo(SP_6)$. 5. The acupoints used frequently for halitosis were $Naejong(S_{44}),\;Chok-samni(S_{36}),\;Chung-wan\;(CV_{12}),\;Sang-wan(CV_{13}),\;Hawan(CV_{10}),\;Kongson(SP_4),\;Wisu(B_{21}),\;Nogung(P_8),\;Sugu(GV_{26}),\;Sungjang(CV_{24})$. 6. The acupoints used frequently for thirst were $Sosang(L_{11}),\;Sangyang(LI_1),\;Sotaek(SI_1),\;Kwanch'ung(TE_1),\;Ch'\bar{o}kt'aek(L_5),\;T'ae-gye(K_3),\;Kokt'aek(P_3),\;Sugu(GV_{26}),\;Samgan(LI_3),\;Igan(LI_2),\;T'aech'ung(Liv_3),\;Sojangsu(B_{27})$. 7. The acupoints used frequently for bitter were $Yangn\bar{u}ngch'\bar{o}n(G_{34}),\;Hy\bar{o}njong(G_{39}),\;Kwanch'ung(TE_1),\;Tamsu(B_{19}),\;Chokkyu\bar{u}m(G_{44}),\;Y\bar{o}n-gok(K_2),\;Shinmun(H_7),\;Chok-Samni(S_{36})$.

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Clinical Study on 1 Case of patient with Urinary Retention (요폐환자(尿閉患者) 1례(例)에 대한 임상적(臨床的) 고찰(考察))

  • Kim, Jae-Hyeng;Cho, Chung-Sik;Kim, Chul-Jung
    • Journal of Haehwa Medicine
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    • v.14 no.1
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    • pp.43-49
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    • 2005
  • One case of patient with urinary retention was reported in this clinical study. After the study, the results were as follows: 1. Anulesis belongs to l$\acute{o}$ng-bi(癃閉) in oriental medicine and the patient of this case belongs to chronic anulesis. 2. The patient of this case was thought as broke out anuresis by vesical nerve palsy of diabetic bladder pathy and sequela of stroke, and ischuria of long lie down 3. The patient of this case changeable process is supposed to urinary frequency, 'bi(閉)', 'l$\acute{o}$ong(癃)', urinary incontinence and urinary frequency. 4. First time of drug treatment is GAMIPHALJENG-SAN(ji$\bar{a}$-w$\grave{e}$i-b$\bar{a}$-h$\bar{e}$ng-s$\check{a}$n) by oral administration that action of alleviate a fever, water utilization and metaphase, convalescence time of drug treatment is PHALMIWANGAMI (b$\bar{a}$-w$\grave{e}$i-w$\acute{a}$n-ji$\bar{a}$-w$\grave{e}$i), YIKLUENG-TANG(yi-ling-t$\bar{a}$ng), CHUKYOO-TANG(s$\grave{u}$-ni$\grave{a}$o-t$\bar{a}$ng) that action of recreation. 5. Accupuncture treatment is s$\bar{a}$n-x$\bar{i}$ng-xuw$\acute{e}$, zw$\acute{u}$-s$\bar{a}$n-li, qi-h$\check{a}$i, gu$\bar{a}$n-yu$\acute{a}$n, zh$\bar{o}$ng-ji by mild supplementing and reducing manipulation of needle and heat accupuncture is qi-h$\check{a}$i, gu$\bar{a}$n-yu$\acute{a}$n, zh$\bar{o}$ng-ji-xu$\acute{e}$. 6. The other treatment is a sitz bath that prevent of urinary tract infection, and relieve of initial acute auresis by using of urethral catheterization.

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A Study of Design of $H_2O_2$/Kerosene Ignition Injector and Spray Characteristics (과산화수소/케로신 점화용 분사기 설계 및 분무특성에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Bo-Yeon;Hwang, Oh-Sik;Lee, Yang-Suk;Ko, Young-Seong;Kim, Yoo;Kim, Sun-Jin
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society of Propulsion Engineers Conference
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    • pp.37-40
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    • 2009
  • This study was performed to design of $H_2O_2$/Kerosene catalyst ignition injector and cold flow test to measure the mass flow rate and spray angle. Mass flow rate and spray angle were measured by designed injector through cold flow test. Result of test kerosene mass flow rate was measured 12.88 g/s and 40 deg of spray angle at pressure drop 3 bar as same as design point. And hydrogen peroxide was measured 94.39 g/s at pressure drop 1 bar smaller than design point.

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A Study on the Usage of Miào(廟) and Gōng(宮) in Zhou Dynasty through the Mentions to Them in the Scripture Sentences of 『Chūn-qiū(春秋)』 - In the Process of Investigating the Existence of Zhou Dynasty's System to Regulate the Number of Zōng-miào(宗廟) 【1/2】 (『춘추』 경문에서의 묘(廟)·궁(宮) 언급을 통한 주대(周代)의 그 쓰임 사례 일고찰 - 주대의 묘수제(廟數制) 실재 여부에 대한 궁구 과정에서 【1/2】-)

  • Seo, Jeong-Hwa
    • The Journal of Korean Philosophical History
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    • no.57
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    • pp.57-90
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    • 2018
  • In this discussion, as a way to verify the existence of the system to regulate Zhou dynasty's $z{\bar{o}}ng-mi{\grave{a}}o$(宗廟) numbers, the discussion was focused on '$mi{\grave{a}}o$ (廟)' and '$g{\bar{o}}ng$(宮)' in the records of "$Ch{\bar{u}}n-qi{\bar{u}}$(春秋)". As for the parts where the contents of scripture sentences were not specific, the context of the case was investigated through the writings in "$Zu{\breve{o}}-zhu{\grave{a}}n$(左傳)" and other materials. In the cases of the usage of the letter, '$mi{\grave{a}}o$(廟 : a ruler's house, a nation's royal court)', in the scripture sentences in "$Ch{\bar{u}}n-qi{\bar{u}}$(春秋)", the followings need to be noticed. In $t{\grave{a}}i-mi{\grave{a}}o$(太廟) of State $L{\check{u}}$(魯), nationwide events and a ruler's political ancestral rite, $d{\grave{i}}$(?) ritual, were performed, and fancy tools for ancestral rites used in those rituals were equipped. As for the $z{\bar{o}}ng-mi{\grave{a}}o$(宗廟) of a ruler of those times, a ritual of royal court, $ch{\acute{a}}o$(朝) rite, was performed. The usage case of the letter, '$g{\bar{o}}ng$(宮 : house)', is as the following. In $g{\bar{o}}ng$(宮) where a ruler's personal family lived was a family ancestral rite for them carried out. The record about the ornate decorating for the $hu{\acute{a}}n-g{\bar{o}}ng$ house(桓宮), which can be said to have been the political base of $s{\bar{a}}n-hu{\acute{a}}n-sh{\grave{i}}$(三桓氏), three politically noble families of State $L{\check{u}}$(魯), is outstanding. The $x{\bar{i}}-g{\bar{o}}ng$ house(西宮) during $X{\bar{i}}-g{\bar{o}}ng$(魯 僖公)'s reign and a $x{\bar{i}}n-g{\bar{o}}ng$ house(新宮 : a newly built house) destroyed by fire at the third year of $Ch{\acute{e}}ng-g{\bar{o}}ng$(魯 成公), are assumed to have been a ruler's another house, such as the $ch{\check{u}}-g{\bar{o}}ng$ house(楚宮) in which $Xi{\bar{a}}ng-g{\bar{o}}ng$(魯 襄公) used to enjoy staying, which is different from the viewpoint that it might be a $m{\acute{i}}-g{\bar{o}}ng$ shrine(?宮 : a house constructed as a shrine for the deceased father or the deceased grand father) that had been formed since Han dynasty. It has been discussed that, regarding the records that the '$w{\check{u}}-g{\bar{o}}ng$ house(武宮) was built' and that the '$y{\acute{a}}ng-g{\bar{o}}ng$ house(煬宮) was built', certain buildings were established with the symbols of '$w{\check{u}}$(武 : martial arts and force of arms)' and '$y{\acute{a}}ng$(煬 : to burn and get rid of everything)', and the events that a lord stood as its lord continued. Therefore, its main goal was not the performance of a dutiful ancestral rite by a ruler of those times for deceased rulers, for instance, $W{\check{u}}-g{\bar{o}}ng$(魯 武公) or $Y{\acute{a}}ng-g{\bar{o}}ng$(魯 煬公), but display of certain political symbolism through the ritual. This symbolism is most obvious with the $hu{\acute{a}}n-g{\bar{o}}ng$ house(桓宮) and the $x{\bar{i}}-g{\bar{o}}ng$ house(僖宮). As a consequence, all $mi{\grave{a}}os$(廟) and $g{\bar{o}}ngs$(宮) in scripture sentences had the functions of a shrine in some part, but it has been verified that they were not the buildings set up as a shrine to follow '$z{\bar{o}}ng-mi{\grave{a}}o$(宗廟)'s number regulation system' of '$ti{\bar{a}}nz{\check{i}}-7-mi{\grave{a}}o$(天子七廟 : an emperor owns seven $mi{\grave{a}}os$(廟))' or '$zh{\bar{u}}h{\acute{o}}u-5-mi{\grave{a}}o$(諸侯五廟 : a lord owns five $mi{\grave{a}}os$(廟))'.