# Browse by Subject "Chemistry, Physical"

• (1980)
This thesis establishes the elementary theory of three well known spectroscopic techniques and then combines them to bring forth a new and highly successful method of microwave spectroscopy. After a short introduction to ...

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• (1992)
This research concerns the development of electrochemical techniques and the application of these techniques to the quantitative study of kinetic electrode reaction events in the microsecond and nanosecond regimes.

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• (1993)
Femtosecond laser pump-probe experiments have been applied to the study of vibrational wavepacket dynamics in the excited states of the cesium dimer, Cs$\sb2.$ The real-time vibrational motion of the molecule is observed ...

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These reactions occur on ultrafast timescales, to which traditional transition state theories (TSTs) do not necessarily apply. To quantify the rates of such non-TST reactions, we have applied non-linear dimensionality ...

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• (1967)

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• (1977)

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• (1994)
The flow properties of a colloidal suspension are influenced by attractive interactions. In this work we study the mechanical behavior of a weakly flocculated colloidal gel. A model system consisting of silica spheres ...

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• (1956)

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• (1973)

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• (1976)

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• (1959)

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• (1991)
The mechanisms of formation of uniform particles from hydrolysis and condensation of titanium alkoxides are investigated. Evidence is presented suggesting two separate processes are determining the success of precipitating ...

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• (1974)

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• (1993)
Fusinite, an inertinite coal maceral, exhibits a symmetric and exchange-narrowed electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) line (g = 2.00276), with a first derivative peak-to-peak linewidth $(\Delta$B) which is reversibly ...

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• (1960)

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• (1993)
The combination of high-resolution photoemission spectroscopy (PES) using synchrotron radiation, and reflection high-energy electron diffraction (RHEED), along with other techniques, have been used to examine the atomic-scale ...

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• (2005)
The dilution factor is a measure of the intramolecular vibrational energy redistribution (IVR) an excited state undergoes. The distribution of dilution factors for a single molecule (SCCl2) was examined. Stimulated emission ...

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• (1965)

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