# Central European Journal of Physics

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*et al.*simply mention that the equation is “found to be incorrect in the literature” (though no reference supporting this...

Central European Journal of Physics > 2010 > 8 > 3 > 509-513

*N*) of the Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) spacecraft’s orbit in the gravitational field of Mars. A linear fit to the complete time series for the entire MGS data set (4 February 1999–14 January 2005) yields a normalized slope 1.03 ± 0.41 (with...

Central European Journal of Physics > 2010 > 8 > 3 > 445-447

^{3}size scintillator counter with a wavelength shifting fibre and a multi-pixel Geiger mode avalanche photodiode readout in the Baksan underground laboratory at a depth of 200 metres of water equivalent. The total counting rate of the scintillator counter measured at this...

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*k*

_{ B }

*T*; weak bonds stabilizing intermediate states (enabling

*direct*conversion of chemical into mechanical energy). For their (unknown) origins, we suggest that a magnetically structured phase (MSP) formed

*via*accretion of superparamagnetic particles (S-PPs) during serpentinization (including magnetite formation) of igneous...

Central European Journal of Physics > 2010 > 8 > 3 > 304-311

*π*-Tight Binding (

*π*-TB) approximation which includes interactions of the second and the third neighbors of each carbon atom in addition to the nearest ones. Implementing the approach of this paper, yields more...

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_{4}Sc

_{2}Fe

_{2}As

_{2}O

_{6}(abbreviated as FeAs42226) as the possible parent phase for the new FeAs superconductors. Our results show that the insertion of Ti into Sc sublattice of this five-component iron arsenide-oxide...

Central European Journal of Physics > 2010 > 8 > 3 > 393-399

*η*′ →

*ηπ*

^{0}

*π*

^{0}is studied in the framework of isobar model. It is shown, that good agreement with the experiment is achieved if

*α*

_{0}- and

*σ*-meson contributions are taken into account. The contribution of

*α*

_{0}-meson is dominant, but

*σ*-meson is necessary to reproduce the form of the Dalitz plot. Instead of the usual Breit-Wigner form of

*σ*-meson propagator we use parametrization of the

*ππ*-amplitude,...

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