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• (Department of Astronomy. College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1999-10)
The astronomical study of molecules has been an essential research field since the development of radio astronomy. Presently nearly 120 molecules have been identified in interstellar and circumstellar environments. The ...

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• (2000)
In Chapter 5, we show that HCOOH appears to exist ubiquitously in dense molecular cores in either solid or gas phase. The detected HCOOH sources are good candidate targets for future acetic acid and glycine searches. ...

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• (1996)
Glycine $\rm(NH\sb2CH\sb2COOH)$ is the smallest amino acid. Detecting interstellar glycine could shed light on the presolar nebular chemistry and its possible role in seeding newly formed planets with the building blocks ...

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• (1964)

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• (2014-05-30)
We study the optical properties of luminescent silicon nanoparticles in the presence of magnetic ions of iron or erbium in solution and electric biasing. Upon the introduction of the ions under zero biasing, the ...

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• (2014-01-16)
This dissertation argues that, in order to create more engaging and socially just online educational spaces, a complex orientation to embodiment is needed. A complex orientation to embodiment includes critique, care, and ...

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• (1980)
Simple theoretical models were developed accounting for usual kinetic and transport processes occurring in gas solid-catalyzed reactions to explain experimentally observed complex, self-generated, sustained dynamic behavior.

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• (2001)
We observed that the metal-insulator transition in Ca3Ru 2O7 is characterized by the opening of correlation charge gap. The out-of-phase c-axis oxygen vibration phonon mode is seen to be closely associated with the ...

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• (2001)
We have used two optical spectroscopy techniques, Raman scattering spectroscopy and spectroscopic ellipsometry, to study complex phase transition behavior exhibited by the doped rare-earth manganese oxides, R1_xDxMn03 ...

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• (2011-01-14)
Many pathological processes in tissues are recognized by morphological changes that reflect alterations of the soft tissue mechanical properties. Ultrasound shear-wave imaging can provide quantitative information about ...

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• (1972)

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• (1974)

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• (1989)
Reactions in which there is formal intramolecular transfer of an acidic deuterium to a site of halogen-lithium exchange could be interpreted to show that initial halogen-lithium exchange occurs faster than loss of the ...

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• (Illinois State Water Survey, 1973)

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• (Illinois State Water Survey, 1976)

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• (International Institute of Informatics and Systemics, 2002)
Little is known about the role of educational collaboratories as information systems for management of social (human) and technical (technology-related) factors in interdisciplinary contexts. Within a milieu of interdisciplinary ...

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• (1991)
This study is the result of a search for insight into reasons why staff development programs are frequently ineffective in helping teachers make lasting changes in instructional practices. The premise of the study is that ...

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• (Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1987-02)

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• (Springer Verlag, 2009)
We present uniform approaches to establish complexity bounds for decision problems such as reachability and simulation, that arise naturally in the verification of timed software systems. We model timed software systems ...

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