# Browse Dissertations and Theses - Physics by Title

• (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 D0 → K-pi +pi0 branching ...

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• (1949)

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• (1989)
Single particle kinetic energies have been determined in solid and liquid neon and in several condensed noble gases by deep inelastic neutron scattering. The High Resolution Medium Energy Chopper Spectrometer at the Intense ...

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• (1993)
The single-particle kinetic energy, , has been determined in condensed natural Ar over the temperature range 18.3 to 85 K by deep-inelastic-neutron scattering. The Low Resolution Medium Energy Chopper Spectrometer ...

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• (1992)
The impulse approximation and the related concept of the scaling of the dynamic structure function S(k,$\omega$) at large k and $\omega$ have played a dominant role in the analysis of the deep inelastic neutron scattering ...

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• (1992)
The impulse approximation and the related concept of the scaling of the dynamic structure function S(k, w) at large k and w have played a dominant role in the analysis of the deep inelastic neutron scattering by quantum ...

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• (1985)
The spectral dependence of the F-center production efficiency of several alkali halides was observed in diverse parts of the electromagnetic spectrum. Using low flux monochromatic sources, this efficiency was measured in ...

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• (1985)
The spectral dependence of the F-center production efficiency of several alkali halides was observed in diverse parts of the electromagnetic spectrum. Using low flux monochromatic sources, this efficiency was measured in ...

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• (2014-01-16)
This thesis presents work on some topological applications in condensed matter physics, particularly geometric phases and defects. The first chapter deals with pentagonal disclinations in graphene and their associated ...

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• (1970)
The delayed fluorescence emitted by both crystalline anthracene and chlorophyll a in algae is studied. In the case of crystalline anthracene, the blue light-excited delayed fluorescence is used to study the temperature ...

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• (1991)
We explore the equation of state of dense matter at densities up to nuclear matter density using the compressible liquid drop model. We consider two primary areas of application: the collapsing core of supernovae and the ...

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• (1991)
We explore the equation of state of dense matter at densities up to nuclear matter density using the compressible liquid drop model. We consider two primary areas of application: the collapsing core of supernovae and the ...

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• (1989)
In the limit of a large number of colors, quantum chromodynamics is thought to reduce to a theory in which mesons are the relevant degrees of freedom. Baryons emerge as topological solitons in such theories. Nucleon ...

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• (2000)
Our final objective is thus developing a nonlocal exchange-correlation functional that produces both good structural properties and KS eigenvalue spectra, which is equivalent to the problem of finding a proper way of ...

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• (2005)
Two decades after the discovery of C60, fullerenes continue to be intensely studied for their diverse properties, not the least of which is their unusually high superconducting transition temperature T c (up to 40 K in ...

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