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    Motif Dan Proses Psikologis Korupsi

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    A qualitative phenomenological study was conducted to identify and describe the phenomenon of corruption psychology. Two corruptors were interviewed to explore their perceptions on corrupt practices in Central Java. The interview conducted to explore informant perceptions on a real process. Interview data collected resulted in five themes: (1) Corruption is an act of abuse the authority, identical with theft, something that not run correctly, and using public money for personal and group interest intentionally; (2) The motives of the informants in doing corruption are solidarity with the friends\u27 doer, system that enables to corrupt, to earn much more money, and make friends; (3) Process of corruption; budget-making has been done by legislative and executive institution; marking-up the budget, facilities and allowances; reporting the administrative data manipulatively; inter-relating chain in corruption process; and distributing the aspiration fund without a proof of receipts; (4) The impact of corruption is making someone\u27s wiser in life, putting the corruptors in to the jail, humiliating their big family, and also, having a more debt, and (5) The settlement of problems that they employ is by using emotion-focused coping. Keywords: corruption, phenomenology, motive, impact, copin

    Electrochemical Synthesis of Nanostructured Metal-doped Titanates and Investigation of Their Activity as Oxygen Evolution Photoanodes

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    Mixed and doped metal oxides are excellent candidates for commercial energy applications such as batteries, supercapacitors, solar cells, and photocatalyts due to their activity, stability, tailorable band edge and bandgaps, and low cost. However, the routes commonly employed in their synthesis present synthetic bottlenecks with reliance on sacrificial materials, the use of high temperatures, long reaction times, and little ability to control morphology, thus compromising their scale-up. Herein, we present the single-pot, electrochemical synthesis of high surface area, doped metal titanate nanostructures, including Na2Ti3O7 (NTO), 25 wt % Sn:NTO, 5 wt % Fe:NTO, and 3 wt % Cu:NTO. The synergistic use of the cathodic corrosion method with suspended droplet alloying (SDA) led to materials with excellent homogeneity, presenting a promising route for the screening, production, and discovery of electroactive materials. As proof of concept of the synthetic control and impact on reactivity, we found that the photoanodic oxygen evolution activity of the nanomaterials was adversely affected by Fe and Sn doping into NTO while Cu doping, at 3 wt %, displayed significant improvement. This work demonstrates the ability of the cathodic corrosion method to obtain compositionally and structurally controlled mixed-metal oxides in a rapid fashion, thus creating new opportunities in the field of materials engineering and the systematic study of compositional gradients on the (photo)­electrochemical performance of metal oxide nanoparticles

    Flutter Derivatives of a Thin Plate Model under Different Attack Angles

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    This paper was reviewed and accepted by the APCWE-IX Programme Committee for Presentation at the 9th Asia-Pacific Conference on Wind Engineering, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand, held from 3-7 December 2017

    Fossil <i>Ephedra carnosa</i> Yang et Wang.

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    <p>A–B. A fleshy female cone and an associated axis. Holotype: PE 20120319A, B (part and counterpart). C–D. Enlargment of the female cone, showing morphology of three seeds. E. Close-up of the middle seed, showing a thin outer envelope and a straight micropylar tube. PE 20120319A. F–G. Close-up of the fleshy bract, bearing two veins sub-parallel in the middle-upper part and divergent toward the basal part. H. Another fleshy female cone. Paratype: PE 2012071006. I. Close-up of three seeds in Fig. H.</p

    Key to extant and fossil species in <i>Ephedra</i> and other ephedroids.

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    <p>Key to extant and fossil species in <i>Ephedra</i> and other ephedroids.</p

    A schematic reconstruction of fossil <i>Ephedra carnosa</i> female cone and its seed.

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    <p>A. The triovulate cone of <i>E. carnosa</i>, bearing three spreading, fleshy bracts (b) and three female reproductive units (fru). B. The seed, showing the outer envelope (oe), inner integument (i) and a micropylar tube (mt).</p

    Fossil locality showing Beipiao (red dot) of Liaoning Province, Northeast China after [<b>40</b>].

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    <p>Fossil locality showing Beipiao (red dot) of Liaoning Province, Northeast China after <a href="http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0053652#pone.0053652-Sun2" target="_blank">[<b>40</b>]</a>.</p

    Distribution of extant <i>Ephedra</i> (green regions) after [<b>5</b>] (red dot showing the present fossil locality).

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    <p>Distribution of extant <i>Ephedra</i> (green regions) after <a href="http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0053652#pone.0053652-Caveney1" target="_blank">[<b>5</b>]</a> (red dot showing the present fossil locality).</p

    Representative female cones of three sections in <i>Ephedra</i>.

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    <p>A. A membranous female cone of <i>E. californica</i> Watson in Sect. <i>Alatae</i> Stapf. B. A coriaceous female cone of <i>E. strobilacea</i> Bunge in Sect. <i>Asarca</i> Stapf. C. A fleshy female cone of <i>E. intermedia</i> Schrenk et Mey. in Sect. <i>Ephedra</i>.</p

    Quantifying Human Mobility Perturbation and Resilience in Hurricane Sandy (original data)

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    The file includes both the lengths of displacements during and after the attack of Hurricane Sandy, and the de-identified active users and their geographical coordinates during the perturbation state and the steady state
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