Studies on Red Blood Cells (RBCs) and White Blood Cells (WBCs) Detection by Image Processing

The most typical way of identifying and counting red and white blood cells involves manual operations on a microscope, which are set up by a laboratory worker with their own experience. We will…

Investigation of the Etching Time and NaOH Concentration Effects on the Optoelectronic Properties of ZnO Nanorods

Due to its unique qualities such as low reaction temperature, simplicity of scaling up, inexpensive, and simple synthesis, ZnO-based nanostructures, one-dimensional ones (nanorods), have gotten a lot of interest. In this paper, we…

Study of GaAs-Based Dilute Nitride Materials Grown by Liquid Phase Epitaxy

This study discusses the creation and characterisation of monocrystalline dilute nitride InGaAs(Sb)N and GaAsSbN layers using liquid phase epitaxy (LPE) in the context of solar applications. The low-temperature form of the LPE method…

Determination of Sum Squeezing of the Field Amplitude in Frequency Upconversion Process

Under brief contact time, sum squeezing of the field amplitude is investigated in nondegenerate and degenerate frequency upconversion processes. The Heisenberg uncertainty relation is not violated when the quantum fluctuation (amplitude noise or…

Recent Study on LiTaO3 Directional Coupler Switch with Enhanced Extinction Ratio and Low Insertion Loss

The R-Soft CAD programme was used to create a unique optical directional coupler switch with S-bend waveguides on a LiTaO3 substrate, which was then simulated using the Beam propagation method (BPM) for light…

Methodological Aspects of Optical Diagnostics Fractal Structures and Their Systematization

The features of complicated function-defined fractal formations are investigated. The spatial spectra and amplitude-phase features of probing light beams are studied. The capacity to increase the range of spectral analysis of structures with…

Revivification of the Concept of Coexisting CDDW and DSC Orders for Bi2212

The Chiral d-density wave (CDDW or d+id) order, corresponding to the anti-ferromagnetic wave vector Q= (± (1− φ), ±φ),(±φ, ±(1−φ)) with φ ~ 0.2258 located roughly on the boundary of the Fermi pockets in…

Determination of Anaerobic Microbial Influenced Corrosion of Oil Pipeline Steel Inhibitions with Manniphyton fulvum mull Leaves Ethanol Extract and Aqueous Extract

Corrosion is a blight on civilisation that is eating away at our metal world. The corrosion process is governed by well-known electrochemical and thermodynamic rules, as well as a slew of other factors…

Microwave Plasma Assisted Sol-gel Technique for Synthesis of TiO2 Nanoparticles: A Recent Study

The research community has been drawn to titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanoparticles because of their unique functions compared to the bulk material. Due to its high photosensitivity, nontoxicity, high refractive index, strong oxidising ability,…

Growth Kinetics of Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Tape Yeast on the Cassava Pulp Fermentation and Its Granular Morphology Changes

Saccharomyces cerevisiae is the yeast most typically utilised in the fermentation of high starch/carbohydrate substrates, such as cassava pulp, a tapioca industry by-product. Tap yeast can be used to ferment cassava pulp in…

Formation Kinetics of Radiation Defects Created by Negative Pions and Muons in Crystals with Diamond Structure

In crystals having diamond structures, the evolution of radiation defects caused by negatively charged pions and muons over time is studied. Negative pions and muons are caught by nuclei and ionise an appropriate…

A Curved Space-time with DISIMb(2) Local Relativistic Symmetry and Local Gauge Invariance of Its Finslerian Metric: A Recent Study

Under local gauge transformations of the fields, the equations of motion of test bodies, as well as the observable quantities of proper time and 3-space distances, are invariant. that determine DISIMb(2) invariant Finslerian metric of a curved partially anisotropic space-time. The idea of matching local gauge invariance allows for a more effective approach to the challenge of building the field…

Big Bang Cosmology Reinterpreted

In this chapter, we show how, in the light of some spatially homogeneous but anisotropic models, the inhomogeneity in the matter distribution created until the time of the last scattering surface created anisotropies…