Defense Distributed was founded last year by Cody Wilson, 25, a law student at the University of Texas, who calls himself a crypto anarchist. Wilson told the BBC: “There are states all over the world that say you can’t own firearms [but] technology says you can pretty much be able to have whatever you want. It’s not up to the political players any more.”.
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We present that the ultra violet emission of ZnO can be enhanced, as much as six times its integral intensity, using an Al thin interlayer film between the Si substrate and ZnO thin film and a postfabrication laser annealing process. The laser annealing is a cold process that preserves the chemical state and integrity of the underlying aluminum layer, while it is essential for the improvement of the ZnO performance as a light emitter and leads to enhanced emission in the visible and in theultraviolet spectral ranges. In all cases, the metal interlayer enhances the intensity of the emitted light, either through coupling of the surface plasmon that is excited at the Al/ZnO interface, in the case of light emitting ZnO in the ultraviolet region, or by the increased back reflection from the Al layer, in the case of the visible emission.
Determining the total concentration of elements in soils seldom provides sufficient insight into trace metal bioavailability. However, measurement of ‘isotopically exchangeable’ metal can provide a better evaluation of metal reactivity and potential toxicity. 109Cd ()).
This is a laborious and time consuming procedure that consequently can only be applied to relatively small numbers of neurons. We propose a simpler and accurate method for deriving exactly the same information based only on the relative position, with respect to the cell soma, of the bifurcation (B(i)) and terminal points (T(i)) of processes. By means of the iterative equation X(i)=X(i 1)+B(i) T(i,) it is possible to automatically reconstruct the complete pattern of intersections between neurites and the concentric rings.