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• (1992)
We measured the Hall effect in untwinned single-crystal YBa$\sb2$Cu$\sb3$O$\sb{\rm 7-y}$, a high-T$\sb{\rm c}$ superconductor. The crystals were grown using a technique that we invented, in which untwinned domains are ...

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• (1964)
The Hall mobility of electrons released from F centers was measured in several different alkali halides in the temperature range of 7°K to 100° K using an improved technique. In KBr, the mobility increases from about 100 ...

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• (1960)
Hall mobility measurements have been made on holes introduced into AgBr by a bromine atmosphere in the temperature range from room temperature to l50°Ce These measurements were made using conventional electrode geometry ...

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• (1989)
A kinetic study of inactivation of $\alpha$-chymotrypsin by enol lactones was performed. Halo enol lactones, 3-(1-naphthyl)-6(E)-(iodomethylene)tetrahydro-2-pyranone ($\alpha$Np6I) and 3-phenyl-6(E)-(bromomethylene)tetra ...

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• (1984)
Halo enol lactones with a phenyl group situated (beta) or (gamma) to the lactone carbonyl group were prepared to compare their effectiveness as enzyme-activated irreversible (suicide) inhibitors for (alpha)-chymotrypsin ...

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• (1985)
Halo enol lactones can act as enzyme-activated irreversible inhibitors or suicide substrates for (alpha)-chymotrypsin. Acyl transfer to the active site serine generates a halo methyl ketone that remains tethered in the ...

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• (International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy, 2014-06-19)
Atoms whose nuclei have an exotic number of nucleons can have a core nucleus' surrounded by a halo' formed by a nucleon orbiting the core nucleus. For example, due to the two halo neutrons orbiting the core nucleus of ...

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• (1956)

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• (1969)

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• (2010-08-20)
I have combined scanning tunneling microscopy with density functional calculations and Monte Carlo simulations to investigate halogen-induced modifications of Si surfaces, including etching, roughening and step transformations. ...

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• (2008)
Si(100) is one of the most thoroughly studied surfaces because of the ease it provides to investigate fundamental surface processes. In my graduate research, I have studied atomic level processes involved during interaction ...

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• (1972)

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• (Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1989)
All occupations are worthy of study, a fact documented by many since Robert Park's classic research on the hobo, the taxi-dance-hall girl, and the professional thief. Librarianship, too, has been subjected to in-depth analysis ...

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• (1916)

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• (1987)
A collection of information concerning Hamilton Forrest's 1930's opera, Camille, a French version of the Alexandre Dumas, fils novel, La Dame au Camelias. The updating of the story to 1930 and the addition of jazz elements ...

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• (2011-08-25)
This thesis deals with the following three independent problems. Po'sa proved that if $G$ is an $n$-vertex graph in which any two nonadjacent vertices have degree sum at least $n+k$, then $G$ has a spanning cycle containing ...

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• (Association of College and Research Libraries. American Library Association, 1958-03)

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• (Association of College and Research Libraries. American Library Association, 1954-01)

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