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• (1978)
X radiation from degenerate stars is produced by the impact of accreting matter with the stellar surface. The resulting X-ray and UV spectrum gives vital clues about the nature of the underlying star and the extreme ...
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• (1981)
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• (The Center, 1991)
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• (1990)
X-band ENDOR and S-band ESEEM have been employed in this study to measure weak electron-nuclear hyperfine and nuclear electric quadrupole couplings in paramagnetic disordered solids. In the X-band ENDOR investigation, ...
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• (Urbana, Ill. : University of Illinois, College of Agriculture, Extension Service in Agriculture and Home Economics,, 1950)
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• (1999)
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• (2013-05-24)
If you can look into the seeds of time, And say which grain will grow and which will not. - Macbeth. Act I, Scene 3. Knowledge of the three dimensional structure of a protein provides insight into its mechanism, as well ...
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• (1970)
Measurements of integrated intensities of X-ray Bragg reflections have been made as a function of temperature on two large single crystal specimens of solid krypton. These data have been interpreted in terms of a Debye ...
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• (1971-06)
Measurements of integrated intensities of x-ray Bragg reflections have been made as a function of temperature on large grains of two solid neon specimens. These data have been interpreted in terms of two Debye characteristic ...
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• (1994)
The gene V protein encoded by bacteriophage Ff is a single-stranded DNA binding protein and it plays an important role in the replication cycle of the phage. The crystal structure of the gene V protein was determined using ...
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• (1977)
New methods were developed and applied both to obtain very precise x-ray lattice parameters along the melting curves of solid argon and solid krypton and to measure changes in vacancy concentrations along quasi-isochores ...
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• (1996-05)
At low densities the helium solids are highly quantum in nature, with the small atomic mass and weak interactive forces giving rise to large vibrational motions of the atoms about their mean lattice sites. While these ...
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• (1982)
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• (1997)
An experimental study of the interfacial structures at the Cu(111) surface under various electrochemical environments is presented. The interfacial structures have been examined with the synchrotron x-ray diffraction. ...
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• (1986)
Norm conserving pseudopotentials are implemented in the Hartree Fock formalism to study the local electronic response to X-Ray absorption in alkali metals and alloys. The pseudopotentials are tested in a variety of ...
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• (1982)
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• (2014-01-16)
The goal of this thesis is to apply control algorithms to improve the performance of nanopositioning devices used on the beamline in Advanced Photon Source (APS) at Argonne National Laboratory (ANL). A prototype device, ...
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• (2011-05-25)
The purpose of the work performed in this thesis is to demonstrate the ability of a magnetron sputtering system to grow single crystal thin films of Uranium Oxides with and without specifically added Neodymium impurities. ...
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• (1996)
Doping of impurities may affect the Curie temperature (T$\sb{\rm c})$ associated with the ferroelectric phase transition in terms of lattice harmonicity and anharmonicity including the creation of the defect energy. Its ...
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• (2013-05-24)
The results of x-ray scattering experiments on orbitally ordered KCuF3 and periodic arrays of stripe-like ferroelectric domains in epitaxial thin films of multiferroic BiFeO3 are presented in this dissertation. Both resonant ...
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