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Theory of a microscopic maser.
We present the theory of a truly microscopic maser consisting of a single-mode high-Q resonator in which a monoenergetic beam of excited two-level atoms is injected at such a low flux that at mostExpand
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Protection against aspirin‐induced human gastric mucosal injury by bosentan, a new endothelin‐1 receptor antagonist
  • Duggan, Stack, +7 authors Hawkey
  • Medicine
  • Alimentary pharmacology & therapeutics
  • 1 May 1999
: Gastric ulceration induced by aspirin and by non‐steroidal anti‐inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) is a major clinical problem. The mechanism of injury is unclear. There is evidence that NSAID‐inducedExpand
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Three-dimensional-model study of above-threshold photodetachment in a linearly polarized field.
We present the solution of the time-dependent Schrodinger equation describing an electron bound in a zero-range potential in three-dimensional space, subject to linearly polarized light. ThisExpand
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Noise-induced switching of photonic logic elements.
We study the stability of optical bistable elements against holding-field noise by considering the specific case of a purely dispersive Kerr medium. For small devices, i.e., those for which theExpand
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Structure and function of nucleolar snRNPs
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Three-dimensional-model study of above-threshold photodetachment.
Resolution exacte de l'equation de Schrodinger, dependant du temps, decrivant l'electron lie dans un potentiel a portee nulle 3D, soumis a un rayonnement polarise circulairement. Variation monotoneExpand
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