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(1980)In this thesis we calculate the DrellYan crosssection for the production of massive muon pairs at moderate values of q(,(PERP))('2). We do this in several theories, including the important case of Quantum Chromodynamics. ...
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(1968)A selfconsistent method for determining equilibrium properties of Bravais crystals is derived from a variational principle for the free energy, first for the independent oscillator model of a solid, then for the general ...
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(1976)HartreeFock calculations were performed for some first long period transition metal molecules including ScH, MnH, NiH, CuH, NiH2, and CuH2. Both ground state properties and potential energy curves were obtained. It was ...
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(1970)We develop and study two techniques for the calculation of threebody scattering amplitudes. The first is a variational principle based on the Faddeev equations. In form it resembles a Schwinger principle. The wave ...
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(1967)We present calculations for the production and decay angular distributions of resonances produced in high energy collisions. The peripheral model with absorption is used in the calculations; only two body meson induced ...
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(1984)The ('13)C Nuclear Magnetic Resonance lines, spinlattice relaxation times T(,1) and spinspin relaxation times T(,2) of CO chemisorbed on the surface layer of small particles of Pt metal have been observed by the method ...
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(1993)The relaxation time of an electron in a quantum well is derived within the randomphase approximation including full multisubband and frequency dependent screening. The resulting expression encompasses both electronelectron ...
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(2006)Physicists provide significant contributions to the field of Biology and Medical Sciences by applying basic physics principles to the field. Specifically, in this work, we probed the lightmatter interactions in the NIR ...
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(2006)Physicists provide significant contributions to the field of Biology and Medical Sciences by applying basic physics principles to the field. Specifically, in this work, we probed the lightmatter interactions in the NIR ...
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(1978)The catalytic properties of cobalt oxide (CoO) were investigated theoretically. The interactions of atomic hydrogen with small clusters of atoms, representing cobalt oxide surfaces, were calculated using the ab initio ...
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(1990)In this thesis we discuss a mesoscale model of blockcopolymer (BCP) microphase separation dynamics based on a cell dynamics system (CDS) model. The model suggests a partial differential equation (PDE) model that allows ...
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(20140916)Cellular decision making is the process by which cells choose among functionallydistinct cell states. Heritable cell states are typically maintained and stabilized by the activity of specific genes, but cells can also be ...
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(20150714)Advances in the study of protein folding and structure have greatly expanded our understanding and ability to predict and modify protein structure and, increasingly, even function. Attention has now turned to developing ...
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(20151124)Fluorescence microscopy has been an essential tool in biology. However, its imaging resolution has been limited around >200 nm in lateral dimensions, and >500 nm in axial dimension, leaving many biological structures too ...
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(2000)Completely microscopic theories of protein folding must take into account chain dynamics. The energy landscape description of protein folding accommodates two rather distinct behaviors of the polypeptide chain: the glassy ...
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(1989)The diffusion of zinc in GaAs is highly anomalous in that the diffusion coefficient (D) is proportional to the zinc concentration squared in marked contrast to Fick's law which predicts that D is concentration independent. ...
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