Latest Research on Vacuum Space : Jul 21

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[1] Event Horizons in Static Vacuum Space-Times The following theorem is established. Among all static, asymptotically flatvacuum space-times with closed simply connected equipotentialsurfaces g00=constant, the Schwarzschild solution is the only one whichhas a nonsingular infinite-red-shift surface g00=0. Thus there exists nostatic asymmetric perturbation of the Schwarzschild manifold due to internalsources (e.g., a quadrupole moment) which will preserve a regular eventhorizon. Possible implications of this result for asymmetric gravitationalcollapse are briefly discussed. [2] Event horizons in static scalar-vacuum space-times The following theorem is … Continue reading “Latest Research on Vacuum Space : Jul 21”

News Update on Cyclic Voltammetry Research: Aug – 2019

Posted on August 13, 2019August 19, 2019Categories Science & TechnologyTags   Leave a comment on News Update on Cyclic Voltammetry Research: Aug – 2019

Cyclic Voltammetry—“Electrochemical Spectroscopy”. New Analytical Methods (25) Polarography continues to be the most effective legendary classical measure technique in electroanalytical chemistry. However, in recent years its position has been challenged by cyclic voltammetry (CV). straightforward diagnostic criteria and comparatively simply nonheritable measure techniques have hastened this development. Cyclic voltammetry has the any attraction of providing data not solely on the physical science of reaction processes however conjointly on the dynamics of heterogeneous electron‐transfer reactions and paired chemical reactions. The characteristic … Continue reading “News Update on Cyclic Voltammetry Research: Aug – 2019”