We prove a Bożejko–Picardello type inequality for finite-dimensional CAT(0) cube complexes and as a consequence we obtain that a group acting properly on a finite-dimensional CAT(0) cube complex is weakly amenable with the Cowling–Haagerup constant 1.
Direct measurements of the solvation force Chi Flat Iron Uk
between two solid surfaces in a binary mixture of non-polar liquids have been performed. Addition of cyclohexane (molecular diameter σ = 0.55 nm) to octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane (σ = 0.35 nm) causes a reduction in the range of the solvation force and at equimolar concentrations there is less structure than in either of the pure liquids.
A 1988 survey of 10,258 rural households is used to determine the effects of housing and other asset holdings on the rural distribution of wealth. Housing stock accounts for 31% of rural wealth, and increases inequality, since its aggregate-ranked Gini coefficient (.380) exceeds that for total wealth (.311). The wealthiest rural quintile owns 6.5 times as much housing as the bottom quintile.
It is shown possible to understand the structure of the low-lying states in the nucleus 56Ni, in a simple way, in terms of the Hartree-Fock intrinsic states resulting from the Kuo-Brown effective interaction for the 2p-1f Ghd Straighteners Uk
shell, modified slightly so as to satisfy certain constraints imposed on it by the B(E2) (0 → 2) systematics in the shell.