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  • Anomalous enhancement of the coupling to the magnetic resonance mode in underdoped Pb-Bi2212

    High-resolution angle-resolved photoemission with variable excitation energies is used to disentangle bilayer splitting effects and intrinsic (self-energy) effects in the electronic spectral function near the (π,0) point of differently doped (Pb,Bi)2Sr2CaCu2O8+δ. In contrast to overdoped samples, where intrinsic effects at the (pi,0) point are virtually absent, we find in underdoped samples intrinsic effects in the superconducting-state (π,0) spectra of the antibonding band. This intrinsic ef...

    Studies of optically labile compounds

    The object of the work was to investigate some acids of the N-benzoyldiphenylamine series with a view to elucidating: (a) the mechanism of first-order asymmetric transformation, particularly when an excess of (+-)-acid was present. (b) the effect (steric and inductive) of substituents upon the stereochemical properties.

    A chromosomal analysis of eight species of Aphodius Illiger, subgenera Agiolinus Schmidt, Agrilinus Mulsant & Rey and Planolinus Mulsant & Rey (Coleoptera: Aphodiidae)

    An account is given of the karyotypes of eight Aphodius species. All show clear inter-species differences, and their C-banding patterns illustrate the range of types found within Aphodius.

    A magnetic resonance study of solvent interactions

    Solvent effects on the e.s.r. spectra of over forty semiquinones are reported and related to solvent basicity and radical structure. In many instances quantitative studies have been possible, based on a model due to Gendell, Freed and Fraenkel. Results obtained in H2O-HMPA, H2O-DMSO, H2O-DMF, H2O-EtOH and EtOH-HMPA comply with this simple exchange model. A treatment of results is presented which enables equilibrium constants to be determined readily, and it is demonstrated that true thermodyn...

    The ecology and taxonomy of marine dinoflagellates in Scottish sea lochs

    The ecology and taxonomy of dinoflagellates was investigated in 1982 and 1983 in sea-lochs and coastal waters of north-western Scotland, in order to provide a better understanding of conditions leading to blooms harmful to mariculture. Because such blooms are rare the ecology of all common thecate dinoflagellates was studied, particular attention being paid to the cyst stage and its role in bloom initiation. Creran, a fjordic sea-loch near Oban, was the main site of study; water column sampli...
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