# Browse Dissertations and Theses - Chemistry by Title

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• (1966)

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• (2020-07-16)
Molecular imaging is a rapidly expanding and highly interdisciplinary field which strives to visualize and (ideally) quantify chemical and biological processes in living systems. Fortunately, the accessibility of microscopy ...

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• (1986)
Two N,O-dialkylacetimidate N-oxides and their hydrochlorides, and the hydrochloride of O-ethyl-N-methylpropionimidate N-oxide were prepared in dichloromethane solutions by the acid-catalyzed condensation of N-alkylhydroxylamines ...

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• (1957)

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• (1992)
The complex (Cp*Rh(TMT)) $\sp{2+}$ (Cp* = $\eta\sp5$-C$\sb5$Me$\sb5$, TMT = tetramethylthiophene) can be reduced with two electrons to give the novel compound Cp*Rh(TMT), which features an $\eta\sp4$-bound tetramethylthiophene ...

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• (1957)

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• (2001)
Chapter 1 outlines the background and motivation for applying selective film deposition and soft-lithographic patterning techniques to microelectronic device fabrication. Chapter 2 describes how microcontact printing of ...

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• (1971)

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• (1992)
This thesis presents results of ex situ ultrahigh vacuum (UHV) studies of adsorption of reversibly adsorbing anions and anion-like urea molecule on platinum and rhodium single crystal electrodes. It reports on the composition ...

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• (1990)
Adsorption on solids is a complicated process and in most cases, occurs as the early stage of other more complicated processes, i.e. chemical reactions, electrooxidation, electroreduction. The research reported here combines ...

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• (2019-11-25)
Many-body methods are one of the most powerful tools that may be brought to bear to solve the electronic structure problem. While both of the following theories provide a complete path to obtain any quantity, many-body ...

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• (1986)
The capabilities and limitations of the recently introduced technique of fast atom bombardment mass spectrometry were explored. A comparison of fast atom bombardment and field desorption mass spectrometry was made to ...

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• (2013-05-28)
High throughput screening (HTS) is the dominant force in modern drug discovery. Through the evaluation of large structure collections, novel drug leads can be rapidly assessed for modulation of medicinally-relevant biological ...

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• (2014-01-16)
Personalized medicine promises that improved information leads to improved treatments, that each individual has unique genetic, clinical, and environmental factors which are ultimately responsible for the distinct molecular ...

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• (2011-01-21)
Aerosols are facile and convenient methods for preparing many types of materials. Ultrasonic spray pyrolysis (USP) and chemical aerosol flow synthesis (CAFS) are two examples of aerosol synthesis techniques that have opened ...

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• (1992)
As models for the boundary layer films formed on lubricated metal surfaces, the surface chemistry of a set of straight chain alcohols on the clean and pre-oxidized Ag(110) surfaces have been examined. On the clean Ag(110) ...

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