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acene

[ə′sēn]
(organic chemistry)
Any condensed polycyclic compound with fused rings in a linear arrangement; for example, anthracene.
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The project is supported by Heritage Lottery fund, Connecting Communities Plus, Culture Lab, New Writing North, ACENE, MLANE, Durham University Archives and Special Collections, Newcastle University, Janette Hilton Living History North East, NECDAF, Tyne and Wear Museums and the Oral History Society.
State Prosecutor Said Mirza and Military Investigative Magistrate Rashid Mizher also arrived at the acene, followed by Internal Security Forces chief Ashraf Rifi.
It also covers one-step synthesis of benzene derivatives, beta-substituted naphthalenes, and acenes by the cylcoaromatization of enediynes and enyne-allenes, and includes the mechanisms of cylcoaromatization resulting in the formation of fulvene and indene systems.
Nonacene, a compound with nine rings of benzene fused in a linear fashion, belongs to a class of organic semiconductors called acenes, widely recognized to be among the very best in terms of electronic performance.
We have known that nonacene would have very desirable electronic properties, but it was just a tease, because you couldn't make it, you couldn't use it," said Miller, who has been working to prepare large acenes since 2007.
The authors use the Born-Oppenheimer adiabatic approximation and show the parametric method for calculations for polyenes and acenes.
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Bivio's network appliance platforms let government agencies and our partners Acenes and FTSI integrate commercial and government-developed applications, enabling the deployment of high-performance, scalable, common operational applications for network security, traffic management, and other information assurance solutions.
In terms of functionality, performance, efficiency, and cost, Bivio is the clear industry leader in delivering best-in-class network appliance platforms to meet the government's stringent network requirements," said Robert Cabanya, managing director of Acenes Technology Solutions.
The Department of Defense (DoD) and the entire defense infrastructure are expounding the idea of network-centric warfare and network-centric operations, which Acenes sees as an area of tremendous growth.
In addition, Acenes can use the highly scalable Bivio platforms to address the bandwidth-expansion requirements of the DoD's global information grid, delivering unprecedented multi-gigabit performance.