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Time Distributions of Heavy Rainstorms in Illinois
This document provides the best available in formation on the time-distribution characteristics of heavy rainstorms at a point and on small basins in Illinois and the Midwest. It is recommended forExpand
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The role of chloride in O2 evolution by thylakoids from salt-tolerant higher plants
(1) Thylakoids isolated from leaves of two salt-tolerant higher plant species were found to require high (greater than 250 mM) concentrations of Cl− for maximal rates of photosynthetic O2 evolutionExpand
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Structural Investigations by Means of Nuclear Magnetism. II. Hindered Rotation in Solids
The experimental absorption line widths, for nuclei with spin 1/2, at nuclear magnetic resonance are given as a function of temperature for a number of molecular crystals. Temperatures ranged fromExpand
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Techniques in Chemistry
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Solid state aluminum-27 NMR studies of tridecameric Al-OxoHydroxy clusters in basic aluminum selenate, sulfate, and the mineral zunyite
Aluminum forms a number of tridecameric (Al,,) cluster compounds in which 02-, OH-, FP, and HZ0 are ligands. Examples are the basic aluminum salts (chloride, selenate, and sulfate, Refs. (1, 2)) andExpand
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Report to The American Physical Society of the study group on radionuclide release from severe accidents at nuclear power plants
A detailed analysis is presented of the processes leading to nuclear reactor accidents and their consequences. The various kinds of containment vessels intended to trap radionuclides areExpand
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Nuclear magnetic resonance investigation of the cytochrome oxidase--phospholipid interaction: a new model for boundary lipid.
Deuterium nuclear magnetic resonance spectra of 1 -myristoyl-2- ( 14', 14', 1 4'-ZH3) myristoylphosphatidylcholine (DMPC-d3), 1,2- ( 16', 16',16'-ZH3)dipalmit~ylpho~phatidyl- choline (DPPC-d,), 1-(Expand
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Nuclear magnetic resonance methods for determining chemical-exchange rates.
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Spin—Echo NMR Studies of Chemical Exchange. I. Some General Aspects
The applicability to chemical‐exchange studies of the Carr—Purcell nuclear magnetic resonance spin‐echo method has been investigated for the case of two exchanging sites with equal T20, theExpand
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