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  • Hotbeds and Coldframes

    Sagers, Larry (2002)

    Developing Virus-like Particles as High-density Photoreporting Platforms using Noncanonical Amino Acids and Click Chemistry

    Smith, Mark T.; Bundty, Bradley C. (2013)
    Light-based imaging and microscopy techniques are compelling diagnostic tools that provide straightforward data. Furthermore, single-particle targeting and tracking has the potential to provide new insight on myriad phenomenon, such as small particle diffusion, particle-membrane interaction, single-particle microfluidics, and many aspects of microbiology and physiology. However, limitations exist in current technologies’ ability to achieve tracking of individual nanoparticles due to inability...

    Surface Core-Level Shifts and Atomic Coordination at a Stepped W(110) Surface

    Riffe, D. Mark; Kim, B.; Erskine, J. L.; Shinn, N. D. (1994)
    Core-level 4f7/2 photoemission spectra have been measured from a single, bifacial W crystal, which has both a flat W(110) and a vicinal, stepped W(110) [W(320)] surface. This procedure reduces uncertainties in the quantitative description of peaks in the spectra from W(320). Various analyses, including nonlinear least-squares curve fitting, show that the average surface core-level shift (SCS) for W(320) is only ∼-140 meV, compared to -310 meV for W(110) and that, at a maximum, only two ...

    Environmental and Recreational Considerations

    Andersen, Jay C. (1979)
    I begin with a strong assertion. There is no unused water! Whatever water is used for, for merely looking at it, to using it for a duck marshland, to drinking, there is a value placed on it by someone. This leads to the corollary that for each change in a particular projected or present use there is something that must be given up.
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