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Articles by Ping Lu
Total Records ( 3 ) for Ping Lu
  Zhenhua Gong , Lijuan Zhang , Ping Lu , Yonghao Hu , Liping Wang and Weihua Li
  Marek’s Disease (MD) is one of the main infectious diseases that threaten the healthy development of the Chinese poultry industry. The evolution of epidemic strains of the MD Virus (MDV) in China is different from the evolution of strains overseas. The meq gene sequence of pathogenic strains is different from that of the attenuated vaccine strain (MDV-1). The meq and L-meq gene sequences of the MDV in the lymphoid tissue of chickens in latency period are homologous. The meq gene was only found in the lymphoid tissue of chickens during the onset period.
  Zinan Wang , Dayu Zhao , Yi Yang , Chenglong Liu , Ping Lu , Meng Zhang , Chao Peng , Zhenrong Zhang and Zhengbin Li
  Polarization Nonreciprocity (PN) is one of the most significant error sources in Interferometric Fiber-Optic Gyroscopes (IFOGs). In IFOG applications, PN errors must be effectively suppressed to achieve a low bias drift. Optical compensation is a recently discovered mechanism for suppressing PN errors in IFOGs. The minimal scheme for the optically compensated IFOG is proposed, which has structural complexity even lower than the conventional IFOG’s minimal scheme. In the proposed scheme, optical compensation is achieved by using depolarized light and no polarizer or polarization maintaining device is required. Experimental test targeting the Earth’s rotation rate shows this scheme works stably and achieves a low bias drift of 0.02°/h.
  Qun Shen , Shanghui Ye , Gui Yu , Ping Lu and Yunqi Liu
  A series of blue-emitting materials with sp3 Si cores were synthesized by Suzuki Coupling reaction and characterized by spectroscopy. Their usages as blue emitters in organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) were preliminary investigated. Blue emission with comparable brightness and efficiency were obtained with structure of ITO/NPB/tetraarylsilane/TPBi/LiF/Al. Moreover, these tetraarylsilane compounds exhibited high thermal decomposition temperatures (Tds) which indicated that these compounds might be explored for potential application in flat panel display.
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