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(2002)In order to help unravel the mysteries surrounding the superconducting and pseudogap states in the highTc cuprates, we have measured the electronic transport properties of underdoped, highTc nanowires and nanostructures. ...
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(200212)In order to help unravel the mysteries surrounding the superconducting and pseudogap states in the highTc cuprates, we have measured the electronic transport properties of underdoped, highTc nanowires and nanostructures. ...
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(1966)The widths of the energy gaps in bulk samples of transition metal binary alloys of the system Zr  Nb  Mo have been measured by the absorption of farinfrared radiation. The gap edges are sharp and there is no notable ...
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(1979)Dicke superradiance, that is, cooperative spontaneous emission, has been observed in methyl fluoride, which is optically pumped by a pulsed carbon dioxide TEA laser operated on the P(20) line at 9.55 ~m. The farinfrared ...
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Fast Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Using a FullField Homodyne System with Applications in Biology (200512)A fast, fullfield fluorescence lifetime imaging system based on the homodyne technique was built and used for several applications. Also contained herein is the basic theory and background for fluorescence lifetime imaging, ...
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(1969)The Van Hove model of Regge poles is used to study daughter trajectories of bosons in scalar mesonscalar meson scattering and of fermions in backward pionnucleon scattering. Both the simple model with bare propagators ...
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(1996)Large N  slave fermion techniques have been established as a powerful computational tool to study quantum manybody systems. They have been applied successfully to the study of various systems of strongly correlated ...
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(1996)Large Nslave fermion techniques have been established as a powerful computational tool to study quantum manybody systems. They have been applied successfully to the study of various systems of strongly correlated electrons ...
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(1994)In this thesis we derive a field theory approach to the Fractional Quantum Hall Effect (FQHE). The goal is to develop a field theory for a system of interacting electrons moving in a plane in the presence of an external ...
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(Department of Physics. College of Engineering. Graduate College. University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign., 1963)Electrons in an alkali metal are allowed to interact by multiple processes, including direct coulomb interactions and retarded phonon exchanges, by including in the Hamiltonian both coulomb interaction and electronphonon ...
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(Department of Physics. College of Engineering. Graduate College. University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign., 1973)Landau Fermi liquid theory and microscopic theory are used to investigate finitetemperature contributions to the thermodynamic properties of a normal Fermi liquid . The contribution from long ...
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(2006)State of the art simulations of primordial star formation suggest that the first stars in the universe were likely very massive, from 30 to 300 solar masses. These metalfree, Population III stars were prodigious sources ...
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(1990)Density Functional Theory has been successfully applied in solid state calculations where it has been customary to extract just a single number, namely the total energy. Within this formalism, we show that we can, in ...
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(1990)Density Functional Theory has been successfully applied in solid state calculations where it has been customary to extract just a single number, namely the total energy. Within this formalism, we show that we can, in ...
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(1993)The unified method for molecular dynamics and density functional theory introduced by Car and Parrinello has made possible accurate thermodynamic calculations on a wide variety of materials. The key to this method is a ...
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