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  • Investigating the Effect of Capping Layers on Final Thin Film Morphology After a Dewetting Process

    White, Benjamin C. (2016)
    Nanoparticles on a substrate have numerous applications in nanotechnology, from enhancements to solar cell efficiency to improvements in carbon nanotube growth. Producing nanoparticles in a cheap fashion with some control over size and spacing is difficult to do, but desired. This work presents a novel method for altering the radius and pitch distributions of nickel and gold nanoparticles in a scalable fashion. The introduction of alumina capping layers to thin nickel films during a pulsed la...

    Combining high-‐‐speed cameras and stop-‐‐motion animation software to support students’ modeling of human body movement

    Lee, Victor R (2015)
    Biomechanics, and specifically the biomechanics associated with human movement,is a potentially rich backdrop against which educators can design innovative science teaching and learning activities. Moreover, the use of technologies associated with biomechanics research, such as high-‐‐speed cameras that can produce high quality slow-‐‐motion video, can be deployed in such a way to support students’ participation in practices of scientific modeling. As participants in classroom design experime...

    Changes in the Market Structure of the Grocery Retailing Industry of Four Selected Utah Retail Selling Areas, 1960-1969

    Salsibury, Michael H. (1970)
    An analysis of four Utah retail selling areas was made to determine the changes in the market structure of the retail grocery industry of these markets. The study markets were Logan, Ogden, Salt Lake, and Provo-Orem. This study was an ex tension of the National Commission Food Marketing study of the retail food marketing industry. The major changes observed in the study markets were increasing population, dollar food sa l es, supermarket saturation leve ls and concentration ratios. The num...

    Urgent Building Needs

    Utah Water Research Laboratory, (1969)
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