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Individual investment decision behaviors based on demographic characteristics: Case from China.

Predicting and analyzing behaviors of investors is of great value to financial institutions. This paper uses survey data from about 9,000 individual investors across China to explore the predictability of decision behaviors by studying demographic characteristics that are relatively easy to obtain. After applying Pearson's chi-squared test, Spearman rank correlation test, and several data mining methods, we verified that demographic characteristics are closely linked to decision behaviors, and it would be a...


Sludge Conditioning Performance of Polyaluminum, Polyferric, and Titanium Xerogel Coagulants.

The sludge conditioning performance of inorganic Al, Fe, and Ti coagulants were systematically compared in terms of specific resistance to filtration (SRF), the content of protein and polysaccharide in extracellular polymeric substances (EPS), the change in three-dimensional excitation emission matrix fluorescence (3D-EEM), the molecular weight of organic matter in EPS, and the floc size and surface morphology. The sludge conditioning ability and the mechanism were systematically analyzed. The results showe...

Right TKR Patients Treated with Enhanced Pain and Rehabilitation Protocols Can Drive at 2 Weeks.

An important milestone in the recovery following total knee replacement (TKR) is the ability to return to driving. With advances in pain control and the widespread introduction of rapid rehab programs, we hypothesized that the ability to drive would also return sooner than had been traditionally observed. In our group of consecutive right TKR patients, using a driving simulator, we showed that at the 2-week mark, 36 of the 40 patients tested had returned to their preoperative driving capabilities and the ot...


Fitness to drive with cardiovascular diseases : Current guidelines of the German Federal Highway Research Institute.

The general rules for participation in road traffic are specified in the German Driving License Regulations (FeV). The assessment of fitness to drive motor vehicles is, in addition to Annex 4 of the FeV, governed by the guidelines of the German Federal Highway Research Institute, which implements the requirements of the European Union in Germany. By anchoring the assessment guidelines on fitness to drive in the FeV (Annex 4) and the publication in the Traffic Journal, the guidelines have a normative char...

Hydrogen ions and organic acids secreted by ectomycorrhizal fungi, Pisolithus sp1, are involved in the efficient removal of hexavalent chromium from waste water.

Pisolithus sp1 is an ectomycorrhizal (ECM) fungi that was chosen during a screening test of six strains of ECM fungi due to its ability to tolerate and remove hexavalent chromium (Cr(VI)). The physiological responses of Pisolithus sp1 to Cr(VI) exposure, the relationship between Pisolithus sp1 and exogenously added organic acids (EAOAs) or NaVO (H-ATPase inhibitor) and the ability of Pisolithus sp1 to reduce Cr(VI) in liquid culture were also investigated. Hydrogen ions (H), which were produced directly by ...

Intrinsic Stabilization of the Drive Beam in Plasma-Wakefield Accelerators.

The hose instability of the drive beam constitutes a major challenge for the stable operation of plasma-wakefield accelerators. In this Letter, we show that drive beams with a transverse size comparable to the plasma blowout radius generate a wake with a varying focusing along the beam, which leads to a rapid detuning of the slice-betatron oscillations and suppresses the instability. This intrinsic stabilization principle provides an applicable and effective method for the suppression of the hosing of the d...

Degradation of Sulfur Mustard (HD) on KF/Al2O3: The role of Organic Solvents and Active Species.

Solvent effects on the ability of KF/Al2O3 supports to degrade the warfare agent sulfur mustard (HD) were explored. RP-KF/Al2O3 possessing hydroxide ions and ECUF/KF/Al2O3 holding fluoride ions, were examined. Reactions on RP-KF/Al2O3 containing 10 wt % of organic solvents were faster than those on ECUF/KF/Al2O3. Additionally, RP-KF/Al2O3 led to elimination products while ECUF/KF/Al2O3 mainly to substitution derivatives. Enlarging the solvent amounts to 90 wt % resulted in decreased reaction rates. The sign...

Different dissolved organic matter (DOM) characteristics lead to diverse atrazine adsorption traits on the non-rhizosphere and rhizosphere soil of Pennisetum americanum (L.) K. Schum.

Plant activities might alter the environmental behavior of organic pollutants in rhizosphere soil during phytoremediation. To further illustrate the mechanisms underlying the varying adsorption about the different adsorbing abilities of rhizosphere soil (RS) and non-rhizosphere soil (NRS) for the same pollutant, atrazine was selected to investigate the adsorption traits in the NRS and RS of Pennisetum americanum (L.) K. Schum (P. americanum), a potential phytoremediator of atrazine pollution. Furthermore, ...

Design and implementation of a parent guide for coaching teen drivers.

Teens beginning to drive independently are at significant increased risk of motor-vehicle crashes relative to their other life stages. There is, however, little guidance for parents as to how best to supervise learning to drive.

The Influence of Chemical Modification on Linker Rotational Dynamics in Metal Organic Frameworks.

The robust synthetic flexibility of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) offers a promising class of tailorable materials, for which, the ability to tune specific physicochemical properties is highly desired. This is achievable only through a thorough description of the consequences for chemical manipulations both in structure and dynamics. Magic angle spinning solid-state NMR spectroscopy offers many modalities in this pursuit, particularly for dynamic studies. Herein, we employ a separated-local-field NMR appr...

General Component Analysis (GCA): A new approach to identify Chinese corporate bond market structures.

PCA has been widely used in many fields to detect dominant principle components, but it ignores the information embedded in the remaining components. As a supplement to PCA, we propose the General Component Analysis (GCA). The inverse participation ratios (IPRs) are used to identify the global components (GCs) and localized components (LCs). The mean values of the IPRs derived from the shuffled data are taken as the natural threshold, which is exquisite and novel. In this paper, the Chinese corporate bond m...

Graphitic carbon nitride based nanocomposites for the photocatalysis of organic contaminants under visible irradiation: Progress, limitations and future directions.

Graphitic carbon nitride (g-CN) has drawn great attention recently because of its visible light response, suitable energy band gap, good redox ability, and metal-free nature. g-CNcan absorb visible light directly, therefore has better photocatalytic ability under solar irradiation and is more energy-efficient than TiO. However, pure g-CNstill has the drawbacks of insufficient light absorption, small surface area and fast recombination of photogenerated electron and hole pairs. This review summarizes the rec...

Nanoreactors for green catalysis.

Sustainable and environmentally benign production are key drivers for developments in the chemical industrial sector, as protecting our planet has become a significant element that should be considered for every industrial breakthrough or technological advancement. As a result, the concept of green chemistry has been recently defined to guide chemists towards minimizing any harmful outcome of chemical processes in either industry or research. Towards greener reactions, scientists have developed various appr...

Sorption properties of tylosin on four different microplastics.

After oxidation, abrasion and crushing, microplastics (MPs) can enter the aqueous environment and may adsorb surrounding organic pollutants, altering its migration and spatial distribution. Therefore, an investigation of the sorption properties and mechanism of organic pollutant on MPs can offer a theoretical basis for scientific evaluation of their ecological risks. Using tylosin (TYL) as a model pollutant, the sorption performance of MPs was examined via a series of batch equilibrium experiments which res...

Selection for associative learning of colour stimuli reveals correlated evolution of this learning ability across multiple stimuli and rewards.

We are only starting to understand how variation in cognitive ability can result from local adaptations to environmental conditions. A major question in this regard is to what extent selection on cognitive ability in a specific context affects that ability in general through correlated evolution. To address this question we performed artificial selection on visual associative learning in female Nasonia vitripennis wasps. Using appetitive conditioning in which a visual stimulus was offered in association wit...

Driving next-generation autophagy researchers towards translation (DRIVE), an international PhD training program on autophagy.

The European Autophagy consortium Driving next-generation autophagy researchers towards translation (DRIVE) held its kick-off meeting in Groningen on the 14 and 15 of June 2018. This Marie Skłodowska-Curie Early Training Network was approved under the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Program and is funded for 4 years. Within DRIVE, 14 European research teams from academia and industry will train 15 PhD students through applied, cross-disciplinary and collaborative macroautophagy/autoph...

Observation of High Transformer Ratio of Shaped Bunch Generated by an Emittance-Exchange Beam Line.

Collinear wakefield acceleration has been long established as a method capable of generating ultrahigh acceleration gradients. Because of the success on this front, recently, more efforts have shifted towards developing methods to raise the transformer ratio (TR). This figure of merit is defined as the ratio of the peak acceleration field behind the drive bunch to the peak deceleration field inside the drive bunch. TR is always less than 2 for temporally symmetric drive bunch distributions and therefore rec...

Synthesis of hierarchical-pore metal-organic framework on liter scale for large organic pollutants capture in wastewater.

Large organic pollutants in wastewater are harmful to human health and environmental ecosystem, and it is of great importance to remove them from waste water. In this report, hierarchical-pore metal-organic frameworks with different mesopore sizes (H-UiO-66-3.8 nm and H-UiO-66-17.3 nm) have been successfully synthesized at reflux condition. The resulting MOFs are characterized by N adsorption-desorption analysis and the results show that the samples have hierarchical-pore structures, which indicate the ...

Adherence to guidelines when evaluating fitness-to-drive in the elderly: a practice review of Swiss physicians.

We aimed to explore the extent to which general practitioners (GPs) in Western Switzerland adhere to Swiss recommendations when assessing fitness-to-drive in the elderly.

Functional outcomes and quality of life after microsurgical clipping of unruptured intracranial aneurysms: a prospective cohort study.

OBJECTIVE Few studies have examined patients' ability to drive and quality of life (QOL) after microsurgical repair for unruptured intracranial aneurysms (uIAs). However, without a strong evidentiary basis, jurisdictional road transport authorities have recommended driving restrictions following brain surgery. In the present study, authors examined the outcomes of the microsurgical repair of uIAs by measuring patients' perceived QOL and cognitive abilities related to driving. METHODS Between January 2011 an...

Mapping Soil Organic Carbon and Organic Matter Fractions by Geographically Weighted Regression.

The soil organic matter (SOM) content and dynamic are related to vegetation cover, climate, relief, and geology; these factors have strong variation in space in the southeastern of Brazil. The objective of the study was to compare and evaluate performance of classical multiple linear regressions (MLR) and geographically weighted regression (GWR) models to predict soil organic carbon (SOC) and chemical fractions of organic matter in the Brazilian southeastern mountainous region. The regression models were fi...

Chromium uptake by lettuce as affected by the application of organic matter and Cr(VI)-irrigation water: Implications to the land use and water management.

Toxic chromium [(Cr(VI)] in food chain has created an alarming situation for human life and ecosystems. The present study through a greenhouse pot experiment aims to (a) investigate the ability of organic matter in reducing Cr uptake by lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.) from a sandy loam soil irrigating with Cr(VI)-water, (b) to provide a way for the restriction of Cr transfer from contaminated soils and irrigation water to plants/crops and (c) to contribute to the better management of soil (land) and water use, ...

Trace metal mobilization by organic soil amendments: insights gained from analyses of solid and solution phase complexation of cadmium, nickel and zinc.

The accumulation of Cd in soils worldwide has increased the demand for methods to reduce the metal's plant bioavailability. Organic matter rich soil amendments have been shown to be effective in achieving this. However, it is not known how long these amendments can retain the Cd, and whether dissolved organic matter (DOM) released from them can enhance the metal's mobility in the environment. In this study we sought to test the Cd binding capacity of various organic soil amendments, and evaluate differences...

Fe(II)-regulated moderate pre-oxidation of Microcystis aeruginosa and formation of size-controlled algae flocs for efficient flotation of algae cell and organic matter.

The coagulation/flocculation/flotation (C/F/F) process is becoming a popular method for algae-laden water treatment. However, the efficiency of flotation is highly dependent on the ability of the preceding coagulation/flocculation process to form flocculated algae flocs. This study aims to improve the Microcystis aeruginosa flotation efficiency from algae cell and organic matter aspects by applying Fe(II)-regulated pretreatment enhanced Al coagulation process. The ability of the C/F/F process to remove cyan...

GoldiRunx and Remembering Cytotoxic Memory.

The molecular basis for T cell memory differentiation remains elusive. Wang et al. (2018) identify Runx3 as an initiating transcription factor that specifies regulatory regions required for cytotoxic T cell (CTL) memory differentiation early after TCR signaling and constrains the ability of T-bet to drive terminal effector generation.


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