postnova

postnova

[pōs′nō·ə]
(astronomy)
A nova that has faded to the brightness it had before its outburst.
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Postnova. Fractional integro-differential calculus and its control-theoretical applications in mathematical fundamentals and the problem of interpretation.
[9], were seeded onto ITO-coated substrates and incubated with nonporous amorphous Si[O.sub.2] NPs (Postnova Analytics, Landsberg am Lech, Germany) with a diameter of 90 [+ or -] 8 nm (nominal diameter 100 nm according to manufacturer information).
As we all know, there are homeostatic formation mechanism and biological function between connection neurons [14,15]; in this work, we study the spatiotemporal behaviors of noise effects in the neighborhood of stimulus threshold for a mathematical model of homeostatic regulation of sleep-wake cycles proposed by Postnova et al.
Synchronous behavior of two electrically coupled neurons was studied by Postnova et al.
Postnova, "Fractional integro-differential calculus and its control-theoretical applications.
Bishkek Water Museum will be opened on the territory of Kyrgyzstan Agrarian University, said Senior Program Assistant of OSCE Center in Bishkek Evgeniya Postnova to AKIpress.
Malvern Instruments (Malvern, UK) and Postnova Analytics (Landsberg/Lech, Germany) have announced that they are cooperating to deliver the combined FFF (FieldFlow Fractionation) and DLS (Dynamic Light Scattering) technologies for characterizing a number of challenging particulate systems.
Postnova Analytics offers three different AF4 systems in its AF2000 Series product line.
Postnova's AF2000 Multiflow Mid Temperature Field-Flow Fractionation system, coupled with an Agilent 7700 ICP-MS system was used to separate a mixture of Human Serum Albumin binding 63Cu and Transferrin binding 56Fe metal ions.
Postnova Analytics developed the 10.000 series system for asymmetrical flow FFF.