Kexue Tongbao/Chinese Science Bulletin

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Kexue Tongbao/Chinese Science Bulletin

Kexue Tongbao/Chinese Science Bulletin (ISSN:0023-074X) and (E-ISSN:2095-9419) is a monthly peer-reviewed scopus indexed journal originally from 1963 to 1964, from 1980 to 1984, 1989, from 2015 to Present. The publisher of the journal is Editorial Office of Journal of Science China Press.The journal welcomes all kind of research/review/abstract papers regarding Multidisciplinary subjects.

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  • CSB-15-01-2024-1153

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Controllable elastic wave propagation in metamaterials

In this paper, the wave propagation in phononic crystal composed of auxetic star-shaped honeycomb matrix with negative Poisson’s ratio is presented. Two types of inclusions with circular and rectangular cross sections are considered and the band structures of the phononic crystals are also obtained by the finite element method. The band structure of the phononic crystal is affected significantly by the auxeticity of the star-shaped honeycomb. Some other interesting findings are also presented, such as the negative refraction and the self-collimation. The present study demonstrates the

  • CSB-15-01-2024-1152

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A review of gradient index metamaterials lenses

This paper presents the design, simulation and experimental validation of a gradient-index (GRIN) metasurface lens operating at 8 GHz for microwave imaging applications. The unit cell of the metasurface consists of an electric-LC (ELC) resonator. The effective refractive index of the metasurface is controlled by varying the capacitive gap at the center of the unit cell. This allows the design of a gradient index surface. A one-dimensional gradient index lens is designed and tested at first to describe the operational principle of such lenses. The design methodology is extended to a 2D gradi

  • CSB-15-01-2024-1151

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Topological interface propagation characteristics of valley-polarized three-dimensional elastic phononic crystals induced by lattice defects

Phononic crystals and metamaterials have a unique band structure that allows for the existence of topologically protected surface states. The topologically protected edge states can guide elastic waves without significant scattering or loss of energy. One of the most promising applications of topological insulators in wave guiding is in the field of acoustics, where they can be used to design highly efficient and robust acoustic wave guides. However, the high efficiency, precision, reconfigurability, and robustness of elastic waves remains challenging. The topological insulators provide a f

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Progress on nonreciprocity of acoustic metamaterials

Acoustic metamaterials are materials with artificially designed structures, which have characteristics that surpass the behavior of natural materials, such as negative refraction, anomalous Doppler effect, plane focusing, etc. This article mainly introduces and summarizes the related research progress of acoustic metamaterials in the past two decades, focusing on meta-atomic acoustic metamaterials, metamolecular acoustic metamaterials, meta-atomic clusters and metamolecule cluster acoustic metamaterials. Finally, the research overview and development trend of acoustic metasurfaces are brief

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Boron neutron capture therapy in clinical application: Progress and prospect

Boron neutron capture therapy (BNCT) is a tumor-selective particle radiotherapy. It combines preferential boron accumulation in tumors and neutron irradiation. The recent initiation of BNCT clinical trials employing hospital-based accelerators rather than nuclear reactors as the neutron source will conceivably pave the way for new and more numerous clinical trials, leading up to much-needed randomized trials. In this context, it would be interesting to consider the implementation of new boron compounds and strategies that will significantly optimize BNCT. With this aim in mind, we analyzed,

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Gadolinium delivery agents for neutron capture therapy

In this article, a novel method of simultaneous carborane- and gadolinium-containing compounds as efficient agents for neutron capture therapy (NCT) delivery via magnetic nanocarriers is presented. The presence of both Gd and B increases the efficiency of NCT and using nanocarriers enhances selectivity. These factors make NCT not only efficient, but also safe. Superparamagnetic Fe3O4 nanoparticles were treated with silane and then the polyelectrolytic layer was formed for further immobilization of NCT agents. Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), X-ray diffraction (XRD), energy di

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Problems and prospects of clinical trials of boron neutron capture therapy

Boron neutron capture therapy (BNCT) is a binary modality that is used to treat a variety of malignancies, using neutrons to irradiate boron-10 (10B) nuclei that have entered tumor cells to produce highly linear energy transfer (LET) alpha particles and recoil 7Li nuclei (10B [n, α] 7Li). Therefore, the most important part in BNCT is to selectively deliver a large number of 10B to tumor cells and only a small amount to normal tissue. So far, BNCT has been used in more than 2000 cases worldwide, and the efficacy of BNCT in the treatment of head and neck cancer, malignant meningioma, me