The Bloch NMR as an analytical tool was able to address the fundamental features in the learning of spintronics. Beside confirming past assertions on the Rashba spin-orbit interaction, thermal motion of hole and electron spin and features of the quantum well, it was also able to explain the condition necessary for Rashba splitting within the quantum well. When the Rashba energy is 43 meV, it modified the Ehrenfest’s theorem to hold for an external magnetic field. The confinement potential which is the strength of the Rashba spin-orbit interaction was shown to be controlled magnetically.
This paper provides a comparative longitudinal assessment of legal and
judicial reforms relevant for China-Africa economic relations. It draws on and
extends aspects of institutional and organizational theory, focusing on the
concepts of convergence, alignment, hybridization, and institutional voids.
Data were obtained from publically available databases from reputable
international organizations including the World Bank and the World Economic
Forum. Results point to areas where China has made progress more than Africa,
and areas where serious capacity and performance gaps remain, especially for
individual African countries. The paper provides a brief discussion of the
implications for the need to build organizational capacities necessary for
strengthening China-Africa economic law and advancing mutually beneficial
economic relations and concludes by identifying research limitations, and areas
for future research.