Abstract: A method for removing ammonia nitrogen in an aqueous solution is provided in the present invention. The method includes performing an electrolysis reaction using an electrolysis device, such that the ammonia nitrogen is converted into nitrogen gas, nitrate or nitrite. The electrolysis device includes an anode including metal nickel, nickel hydroxide or nickel oxyhydroxide, and a cathode including metal copper. The method has high selectivity of converting the ammonia nitrogen into the nitrogen gas.
Abstract: The present invention relates to a method for modulating angiogenesis in a subject in need thereof, which comprises administering an effective amount of composition comprising excavatolide B and a pharmaceutically acceptable carrier to the subject.
Abstract: In a vital sign sensor of the present invention, an antenna assembly radiates an oscillation signal generated by a SIL oscillator to an object in a form of a wireless signal and receives a reflected signal from the object, and the reflected signal can have the SIL oscillator injection-locked. The wireless signal radiated from the antenna assembly is transmitted to a demodulator for demodulation such that the vital signs of the object can be obtained. Additionally, an isolator of the antenna assembly is provided to prevent the SIL oscillator from receiving a clutter reflected from the demodulator and an environment where the demodulator is placed. As a result, the clutter can't influence the vital sign detection of the object.
Abstract: A method for manufacturing an indium gallium nitride/gallium nitride quantum-well pyramid is provided to improve upon the complexity of the conventional method for manufacturing light-emitting diode die. The method for manufacturing an indium gallium nitride/gallium nitride quantum-well pyramid includes performing a first epitaxial reaction and then a second epitaxial reaction on a substrate under 600-650° C. to form a gallium nitride pyramid, growing an first indium gallium nitride layer on an end face of the gallium nitride pyramid, where the end face is away from the substrate, and growing a first gallium nitride layer on the first indium gallium nitride layer. A flux ratio of nitrogen to gallium of the first epitaxial reaction is 25:1-35:1, and a flux ratio of nitrogen to gallium of the second epitaxial reaction is 130:1-150:1.
Abstract: An optical waveguide structure and a manufacturing method thereof are provided. The optical waveguide structure includes: a substrate; a first-type semiconductor conductive layer disposed on the substrate; a first confining layer disposed on the first-type semiconductor conductive layer; a waveguide layer disposed on the first confining layer and including a luminescent material; a polymer filling layer disposed on the first confining layer and adjacent to the waveguide layer, wherein the viscosity of the polymer filling layer is less than 52 mm2/s; a second confining layer disposed on the waveguide layer and the polymer filling layer; a cladding layer disposed on the second confining layer; and a second-type semiconductor conductive layer disposed on the cladding layer.
Abstract: A method for bonding a first component to a second component includes placing the first and second components in a cavity. Each of the first and second components has a bonding portion, and the bonding portion of the first component faces the bonding portion of the second component. A supercritical fluid is then introduced into the cavity with a temperature of 40-400° C. and a pressure of 1,500-100,000 psi, and a pressure of 4-100,000 psi is applied on both the first and second components, assuring the bonding portion of the first component bond to the bonding portion of the second component. Moreover, a method for separating a first component from a second component includes placing a composite in a cavity. The composite includes the first component, the second component and a connecting layer by which the first component joins to the second component. The supercritical is then introduced into the cavity.
Abstract: A method for manufacturing a graphitic sheet is used to obtain the graphitic sheet with similar characteristics to graphene. The method includes forming an octadecyltrichlorosilane (OTS) layer on a substrate to obtain a composite. The composite is annealed at 250-400° C. for 30-90 minutes, forming the graphitic sheet on the substrate via self-assembly of octadecyltrichlorosilane (OTS) in the OTS layer. The annealed composite is immersed in water, followed by being sonicated for 2 minutes with a frequency of 40 kHz and a power output of 200 W, to separate the graphitic sheet from the substrate.
Abstract: A multi-function light-adjusting glass includes first and second substrates delimiting an intermediate space therebetween, a light-adjusting layer disposed in the intermediate space, and a first polarizing board located at an outer side of the first substrate away from the intermediate space, and a second polarizing board located at an outer side of the second substrate away from the intermediate space. Each substrate includes an electrically conductive film on an inner surface of the substrate facing the intermediate space, and an alignment film disposed between the electrically conductive film and the intermediate space. The two alignment films respectively have two alignment directions orthogonal to each other. The light-adjusting layer includes liquid crystal molecules and salt-in ions.
Abstract: A solution property sensor is provided and has: a substrate, a temperature sensing element, an electrical conductivity sensing element, a pH value sensing element, and a reference electrode. The solution property sensor utilizes different sensing elements to sense various solution properties, and all of these sensing elements can be electrically connected and fixed to conductive patterns on the same substrate, thereby facilitating mass production in the industry or reducing production difficulty.
October 7, 2018
Date of Patent:
September 8, 2020
National Sun Yat-sen University
Che-hsin Lin, Wei-hsing Yen, Wei-sin Kao
Abstract: A method for fabricating micro-cell structures is provided and has providing a liquid crystal mixture; performing a heating step on the liquid crystal mixture at a temperature ranging from 45° C. to 150° C., performing a heat induced phase separation step on the liquid crystal mixture at a thermal phase separation temperature for a thermal phase separation titre such that the liquid crystal mixture forms liquid crystal particles and a network light-curing adhesive, wherein the thermal phase separation temperature and the thermal phase separation time are determined by a changing rate of a bright area ratio of the liquid crystal mixture; and performing a photo-curing step on the liquid crystal mixture by emitting an ultraviolet light so that a plurality of micro-cell structures are formed. The micro-cell structures with different transparency are fabricated based on different values of the thermal phase separation temperature and the thermal phase separation time.
Abstract: A reaction method with a homogeneous-phase supercritical fluid includes introducing a first fluid into a mixing chamber. A mass is less than or equal to that can be absorbed by the molecular sieve component, totally absorbing the first fluid by the molecular sieve component. A second fluid is introduced into the mixing chamber with a mass being greater than that can be absorbed by the molecular sieve component. A temperature and a pressure in the mixing chamber are adjusted to a critical temperature and a critical pressure of the second fluid, respectively, releasing the first fluid in supercritical phase from the molecular sieve component into the mixing chamber, followed by homogeneously mixing with the second fluid in supercritical phase in the mixing chamber to obtain a homogeneous-phase mixing fluid. The homogeneous-phase mixing fluid is then introduced into a reaction chamber connected to the mixing chamber.
Abstract: A 3-D path detection system includes an image capture device, a radar device and a computing module. The image capture device is provided to produce a dynamic image for calculating the x- and y-direction (transverse) pixel-value displacements according to a captured moving object image. The radar device is configured to transmit an input wireless signal to a moving object and receive a reflection signal from the moving object, and is configured to calculate a z-direction (longitudinal) displacement of the moving object according to a Doppler shift in the reflection signal. The computing module is configured to construct a 3-D path of the moving object according to the x- and y-direction pixel-value displacements of the moving object image and the z-direction displacement of the moving object.
Abstract: A method, i.e., trapping of structural coloration (TOSC), for fabricating solid 3D network-structured photonic crystals featuring tunable visible structural colorations includes the steps: a PS-PVP copolymer is dissolved in a chloride-containing solvent and is cast as an initial film, the copolymer self-assembles into 3D periodic network-structured morphology; the copolymer in the initial film is swollen in a polar solvent to form a solvated film; the solvated film is dried to form a solid photonic crystal. During evaporation of the polar solvent, the PVP blocks of the copolymer become glassy and form a thin glassy layer on the surface of the solvated film such that the 3D network structures of the copolymer in solvated state can be preserved into the solid photonic crystal revealing the similar periodicity and dimension to that in solvated state, which is very distinct from the film having 1D lamellar structure.
Abstract: The present disclosure provides an automatic push corer system including a base, a power group, a Geneva transmission group, an intermittent transmission group, a vertical coring transmission group, a clamp group and a coring group. The power group is used to drive the Geneva transmission group. The Geneva transmission group is configured to perform a first intermittent rotary motion. The intermittent transmission group is configured to perform a second intermittent rotary motion. The vertical coring transmission group is configured to cooperate with the second intermittent rotary motion to perform a third intermittent rotary motion. The clamp group is configured to cooperate with the third intermittent rotary motion to perform a lifting reciprocation. The coring group is configured to cooperate with the first intermittent rotary motion and the lifting reciprocation to respectively complete a coring operation and a tubing replacing operation.
Abstract: An active phase switchable array includes a plurality of antenna elements and a bias circuit. Each of the radar elements includes an antenna, a power coupling network and an injection-locked oscillator (ILO), and each of the antenna elements is coupled with each other through the power coupling networks for operating the ILO of each of the antenna elements in self- and mutual-injection-locked states. The antenna elements in self-injection-locked state are utilized to detect the vital signs of subjects, and the antenna elements in mutual-injection-locked state are utilized to produce phase difference between the radiating signals of the antenna elements for forming a beam. As a result, the active phase switchable array can simultaneously detect the vital signs of multiple subjects.
Abstract: A DC-DC buck converter includes a buck conversion circuit, a PWM control circuit and a light-load control circuit. A switching circuit in the buck conversion circuit includes multiple upper switching elements and lower switching elements. The PWM control circuit is coupled to the buck conversion circuit and output a control signal to control the upper and lower switching elements. The light-load control circuit, coupled to the PWM control circuit and the buck conversion circuit for receiving an output voltage, the control signal and a light-load threshold value. The light-load control circuit is provided to determine whether the DC-DC buck converter is in a light load state and turn off at least one of the upper switching elements and at least one of the lower switching elements in the light load state.
Abstract: A vital sign detection system includes a radar device, a nonreciprocal network, a first antenna and a second antenna. An output signal from the radar device is delivered to the first antenna via the nonreciprocal network and then transmitted to a first side of a biological subject via the first antenna. A first reflection signal from the first side of the biological subject is received by the first antenna and then delivered to the second antenna via the nonreciprocal network and then transmitted to a second side of the biological subject via the second antenna. A second reflection signal from the second side of the biological subject is received by the second antenna and then delivered to the radar device via the nonreciprocal network for vital sign detection with random body movement cancellation.
Abstract: A resistive random access memory overcomes the low durability of the conventional resistive random access memory. The resistive random access memory includes a first electrode, a second electrode, an enclosing layer and an oxygen-containing resistance changing layer. The first and second electrodes are separate from each other. The enclosing layer forms a first via-hole. The oxygen-containing resistance changing layer is arranged for the first via-hole. The first and second electrodes and the enclosing layer jointly enclose the oxygen-containing resistance changing layer. Each of the first electrode, the second electrode and the enclosing layer is made of an element not containing oxygen.
Abstract: A non-contact vital sign monitoring system transmits wireless signals to the same side of a biological subject via two antennas with different gains, and the two antennas receive two reflected signals from the biological subject with random body movement. Under a proper setup of the two antennas, the two reflected signals can be adjusted by an amplitude and phase adjusting unit to have the Doppler shift components caused by body movement with equal magnitude and out of phase and the Doppler shift components caused by vital signs with different magnitude. Therefore, the random body movement effect can be cancelled based on the relation between the two reflected signals in using the system to monitor the vital signs of the subject.
December 28, 2016
Date of Patent:
September 17, 2019
NATIONAL SUN YAT-SEN UNIVERSITY
Tzyy-Sheng Horng, Mu-Cyun Tang, Chao-Yun Kuo
Abstract: This invention discloses a light emitting element to solve the problem of lattice mismatch and inequality of electron holes and electrons of the conventional light emitting elements. The light emitting element comprises a gallium nitride layer, a gallium nitride pyramid, an insulating layer, a first electrode and a second electrode. The gallium nitride pyramid contacts with the gallium nitride layer, with a c-axis of the gallium nitride layer opposite in direction to a c-axis of the gallium nitride pyramid, and with an M-plane of the gallium nitride layer parallel to an M-plane of the gallium nitride pyramid, with broken bonds at the mounting face of the gallium nitride layer and the larger end face of the gallium nitride pyramid welded with each other, with the gallium nitride layer and the gallium nitride pyramid being used as a p-type semiconductor and an n-type semiconductor respectively.