# Browse Dissertations and Theses - Physics by Title

• (2012-05-22)
Two-dimensional electron gases (2DEGs) and superconductors share many interesting properties. Both exhibit dissipationless current flow as well as strong electron correlations which can lead to a new ground state charge ...

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• (2015-04-23)
Ultrafast techniques allow an unprecedented look at the electronic and bosonic interactions that govern the macroscopic properties of materials. These processes can now be accessed on their fundamental timescale---the ...

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• (2011-01-14)
Two different problems involving many-body systems are presented. A hydrodynamic version of the Calogero system of one-dimensional particles interacting on the line is derived using a classical field formalism, and the ...

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• (1992)
A new approach to the problem of X-ray edge singularities and peaks of many-body origin observed in the optical spectra is presented. We first establish the analogy between a system of one hole interacting with many ...

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• (1992)
A new approach to the problem of X-ray edge singularities and peaks of many-body origin observed in the optical spectra is presented. We first establish the analogy between a system of one hole interacting with many electrons ...

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• (1986)
In this thesis I study two separate topics in many-body physics. In the first part I consider many-body effects in the thermodynamic properties of Fermi liquids and of the electron-phonon system. Using normal liquid ...

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• (1986)
In this thesis I study two separate topics in many-body physics. In the first part I consider many-body effects in the thermodynamic properties of Fermi liquids and of the electron-phonon system. Using normal liquid ('3)He ...

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• (1982)
The effects of band structure, of a solid surface, of temperature, and of disorder on the many-electron X-ray spectra of metals are evaluated in a change-of-mean-field approximation using a one-dimensional nearest-neighbor ...

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• (1976)
Using nuclear magnetic resonance, we have measured the magnetization density at the nuclear sites of several copper near neighbor shells surrounding the impurities manganese and chromium in the dilute alloys CuMn and ...

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• (2015-06-16)
Mastery learning employs repeated cycles of instructional support and formative assessment to help students achieve desired skills. Instructional objectives are broken into small pieces, and students master those pieces ...

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• (2005-10)

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• (1987)
Rates in frozen glycerin/water solutions at temperatures between 1.4 K and 20 K are reported for a copper-containing protein, azurin, and a cobalt-containing biomolecular complex, vitamin B$\sb{\rm 12r}$, the paramagnetic ...

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• (1987)
Measured electron spin-lattice relaxation rates in frozen glycerin/water solutions at temperatures from 1.4 K to 20 K are reported for a copper-containing protein, azurin, and a cobalt -containing bi omol ecul ar complex, ...

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• (1996)
Using antiprotons from the Low Energy Antiproton Ring at CERN, an investigation of the reaction pp -+ AA at threshold has been completed. This work includes a thorough scan of the 2 MeV region where a hint of a cross ...

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• (2000)
An accelerator-based experiment was performed using the CEBAF accelerator of the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility to investigate a predicted sensitivity of the beam polarization to the vertical betatron ...

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