Defining [r.sub.f] = [m.sup.2.sub.f]/[P.sup.2], with [P.sup.2], the invariant-mass-square of the scalar, f running over all colored fermion species (includes SMFs
and VLFs) with mass [m.sub.f] and Yukawa couplings [y.sub.f], and the electric charge of the fermion (f) denoted by [Q.sub.f], [[kappa].sub.[phi]gg] and [[kappa].sub.[phi][gamma][gamma]] at 1-loop level are (for details see )
The light which comes from the optical power source passes through the SMF
to the first waist enlarged region; the cladding mode is excited and propagates inside the SMF
cladding region .
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The current optical communication system is commonly using a single-mode fiber (SMF
) with a core diameter of about 10 micrometer and it which can be used in all the telecommunication wavelength region (1260 nm - 1625 nm).
When light enters into SMF
, most of the light energy is bounded and transferred into the fiber core.
Table 1 showed that separate application of SMFs
positively affected seed germination ratios and seedling vigour indexes than the groups of control and combined-applications of SMFs
with drought and saline conditions than separate applications of either drought or saline conditions.
However, subsequent SMFS
experiments indicated the existence of FNIII type of domains within the REJ module .
IFRS and IFRS for SME academic research is increasing and many indicate that SMF
utilization lowers the cost of capital.
Dan Mutaditch, President of SMF
comments: "Bursary winners will join a network of over 250 SMFs
, providing excellent contacts and resources which they can draw on in their future careers.
Nearly four out of 10 SMFs
(Single Mobile Females) have suffered from "text shame" - sending a text message and then regretting it the next morning.