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(20150121)The remarkable molecule that encodes genetic information for all life on earth—DNA—is a polymer with unusual physical properties. The mechanical and electrostatic properties of DNA are utilized extensively by cells in the ...
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(1999)In the neverending quest for improved medical technology at lower cost, modern nearinfrared optical spectroscopy offers the possibility of inexpensive technology for quantitative and noninvasive diagnoses. Hemoglobin ...
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(1995)High resolution transmission electron microscopy (HRTEM) has been extensively used as a structure characterization technique in materials and biological science. In the past, qualitative use of HRTEM has been primarily employed.
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(20120522)Living cells sense and respond to constantly changing environmental conditions. Depending on the type of stimuli, the cell may response by altering gene expression pattern, secreting molecules, or migrating to a different ...
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(1990)We discuss the quantization of Anomalous Gauge Theories (AGT) both in the context of functional integration and canonical Hamiltonian approach. The WessZumino term (WZT), which repairs gauge symmetry in AGT is discussed ...
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(1990)We discuss the quantization of Anomalous Gauge Theories (AGT) both in the context of functional integration and canonical Hamiltonian approach. The WessZumino term (WZT), which repairs gauge symmetry in AGT is discussed ...
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(1987)KAM theorem is one of the most important theorems in classical nonlinear dynamics and chaos. To extend KAM theorem to the regime of quantum mechanics, we first study the quantum Chirikov map, whose classical counterpart ...
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(20100519)The structure and energetics of superflow around quantized vortices, and the motion inherited by these vortices from this superflow, are explored in the general setting of a superfluid in arbitrary dimensions. The vortices ...
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(200510)The discovery of efficient quantum algorithms a decade ago has shown that a quantum computer encoding and processing information quantum mechanically, can solve important problems intractable with conventional computers. ...
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Quantum dynamics of small Josephson junctions: an application to superconductivity in granular films (1986)This thesis is devoted to a study of the quantum dynamics of small Josephson junctions. Of interest are those features of the junction's behavior which depend explicitly on the quantum mechanical nature of the phase ...
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(1971)The scattering amplitude for the production of an arbitrary number of electron" positron pairs in electronelectron collisions is calculated in a infinite momentum field theory model. More precisely, the model considers only ...
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(200505)As the size of a metallic system approaches the atomic scale, deviations from the bulk are expected in a plethora of different physical properties due to quantum size effects. In this work, two of these effects are ...
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(2004)The degree to which a pure quantum state is entangled can be characterized by the distance or angle to the nearest unentangled state. This geometric measure of entanglement is explored for bipartite and multipartite ...
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(1973)Several popular field theories are quantized on light fronts, that is O 3 surfaces defined by x + = x0 + x3 = constant. Schwinger's quantum ac tion principle is employed to deduce the correct canonical equalx+(anti) ...
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