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High-Lying Rotational Levels of Water: Comparison of Calculated and Experimental Energy Levels for (000) and (010) up to J = 25 and 21.
Emission spectra of methane-oxygen low-pressure flames have been recorded at a resolution of 0.02 cm-1 with an infrared Fourier transform spectrometer in the spectral ranges 780-1370 and 1800-5000Expand
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Sub-Millimeter-Wave Spectroscopy of the Ar.H+3 and Ar.D+3 Ionic Complexes.
  • Bailleux, Bogey, +6 authors Coudert
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Journal of molecular spectroscopy
  • 1 July 1998
An investigation of the sub-millimeter-wave spectra of the ionic complexes Ar.H+3 and Ar.D+3 is presented. These complexes were produced in a negative glow electric discharge, in mixtures of argonExpand
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. " Sis: a System for Sequential Circuit Synthesis, " Report M92/41, A) Shallow Reconvergant Fanout A) Deep Reconvergant Fanout
Reducing power dissipation after technology mapping by structural transformations. Circuit activity based logic synthesis for low power reliable operations. " IEEE Advanced Automatic test patternExpand
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Application of a New Logically CompleteATMS to Digraph and Network Connectivity
SUMMARY & CONCLUSIONS The binary decision diagram (BDD) and the metaproduct technologies have made possible to perform interactively exact qualitative and quantitative analysis of fault trees thatExpand
PASTEURELLA EPIDEMIOLOGY EFFECT OF THE AGE OF WBANLING RABBITS
Systematic necroscopic research carried out on female breeders has shown that more than 50 % of them are affected by Pasteure11a otitis even when there are no obvious symptoms (1 and 2), in practiceExpand
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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE VIRULENCE OF Pasteurella multocida FROM RABSITS ( O . cuniculus )
Severa! strains of Pasteurella multocida, isolated from New Zea1and rabbits, were tested for their pathogenic effect on rabbits after intramuscular injection. The pathogenic characteristics of theExpand