# Browse Dissertations and Theses - Physics by Title

• (1983)

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• (1964)
This thesis describes the first experimental studies of isolated energy levels with the aid of the University of Illinois bremsstrahlung monochromator. The studies had as objectives both the development of techniques ...

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• (1989)
In this thesis, I describe calculations done in $U(1)$ lattice gauge theory. After reviewing general concepts for doing calculations using quantum field theory on a space-time lattice, I discuss the presence of topological ...

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• (1987)
Theoretical studies of transient and steady-state transport at low temperatures for electrons in GaAs single well heterojunction structures were performed. This work contains the most complete numerical study in terms of ...

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• (1987)

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• (2001)
The challenges in constructing an efficient CEIMC simulation center mostly around the noisy results generated from the QMC computations of the electronic energy. We introduce two complementary techniques, one for tolerating ...

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• (2001)
Quantum Monte Carlo (QMC) methods are among the most accurate for computing ground state properties of quantum systems. The two major types of QMC we use are Variational Monte Carlo (VMC), which evaluates integrals arising ...

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• (1994)
Excitonic complexes, consisting of several electron-hole pairs bound by mutual Coulomb interactions, play an important role in the photoluminescence of direct- and indirect-gap semiconductors and semiconductor impurities. ...

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• (1994)
Excitonic complexes, consisting of several electron-hole pairs bound by mutual Coulomb interactions, play an important role in the photoluminesence of direct- and indirect-gap semiconductors and semiconductor impurities. ...

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• (1987)
We review realistic nucleon-nucleon potentials and three-nucleon interaction models based on the two-pion exchange mechanism, describing their theoretical basis. The Faddeev method for the three-body nuclei, and variational ...

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• (1987)
We review realistic nucleon-nucleon potentials and three-nucleon interaction models based on the two-pion exchange mechanism, describing their theoretical basis. The Faddeev method for the three-body nuclei, and variational ...

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• (1984)

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• (1986)
Monte Carlo QCD branching together with a hadronization model is a powerful tool to study jets, both theoretically and phenomenologically. At the parton level, the properties of colorless clusters are investigated by a ...

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• (1996)
The lateral geniculate nucleus (LGN) is the part of the mammalian visual system that relays information from the eye to the cerebral cortex. In the rhesus macaque monkey, the LGN exhibits an intricate lamination pattern, ...

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• (1964)
The Mossbauer spectrum of Fe57 in iron metal has been measured at pressures up to 240 kilobars at room temperature. Below 133 kilobars the spectrum consists of the normal six lines characteristic of ferromagnetic, body-centered ...

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• (1965)
The Mossbuaer effect of Fe 57 on the surface of polycrystalline tungsten has been measured over a temperature range of 80 - 5000 K, and at angles of 0° and 60° with respect to the normal. The M8ssbauer spectra consist ...

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• (1965)

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• (1986)
This thesis reports Mossbauer measurements on three derivatives of the oxygen-transport protein hemerythrin and on the oxidized and reduced forms of uteroferrin, a purple acid phosphatase isolated from porcine uterine ...

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• (1969)
The temperature dependence. of the quadrupole splitting and the quadrupole relaxation rate has been investigated by means of the Mossbauer effect for divalent iron, initially diffused as S7Co into single crystals of ...

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• (1992)
The motion of charges in the magnetosphere of pulsars is studied from two complementary points of view: (i) For the case of aligned magnetic and rotational axes we solve a fluid version of the Lorentz-Dirac equation, in ...

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