# Browse Dissertations and Theses - Physics by Title

• (2001-10)

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• (1987)
In an ultrarelativistic collision of heavy nuclei, such as 197Au, at an energy Vs above roughly 10 GeV per nucleon pair, nuclear transparency effects are expected to give rise to a baryon-poor central region. Matter in the ...

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• (2004)
In the experiments described above, we explore the dynamics of how tree structures self-organize in the system. We are also interested, more generally, in how the detailed structure of ramified patterns affects the properties ...

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• (2004-10)

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• (2000)
Three analyses of D0 meson decays are presented which use the data collected with the CLEO II detector at the Cornell Electron Storage Ring. First, a precision measurement of the ratio of the Dº → K-π+πº branching fraction ...

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• (1955)

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• (1965)
A theoretical analysis is made of the effect of an external perturbation" such as an electric field or magnetic field, on the optical properties of color centerso The analysis is restricted to centers with orbital singlet ...

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• (1965)
The method of moments is used to analyze the effect of applied uniaxial stresses on the optical absorption of alkali halides containing F centers. By measuring the first moment change of the F band due to uniaxial ...

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• (1965)

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• (1960)

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• (1997)
The strong luminescence activity of porous silicon prepared by anodization of silicon in HF is a remarkable phenomenon, considering the fact that ordinary crystalline silicon is not at all an efficient light emitter due ...

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• (1994)
We have studied the effect of intrinsic disorder on the transport properties of large Josephson junction arrays and clusters. In large arrays, intrinsic random disorder results in the washing out of features in the ...

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• (1973-05)

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• (1973)

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• (1958)

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• (1974-10)

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• (1965)
The effect of high electronic current density on the motion of -the Au195 and Sb125 ion.s in gold was ,studied by means of a novel lathe-sectioning technique that per~itted the assay of radioactive sections from a ...

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• (1965)

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• (1967)
The pressure dependence of the electrical resistivity of n-type GaAs l -x Px is measured to a pressure of 7 kilobars at temperatures of 770, 195 0 , and 300 0 K. The samples are doped with sulfur and tellurium and ...

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• (1970)
Diffusion of Ti44 into beta-titanium has been measured as a function of pressure at approximately 10000C using standard lathe-sectioning techniques. The diffusion coefficient is found to decrease with pressure, indicating ...

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