Hans Lundberg

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Due to the different types and quality of forensic evidence materials, their DNA content can vary substantially, and particularly low quantities can impact the results in an identification analysis. In this study, the quantity of mitochondrial and nuclear DNA was determined in a variety of materials using a previously described real-time PCR method. DNA(More)
We have measured the oscillator strength of the Ni I line at 6300.34 Å, which is known to be blended with the forbidden [O I] λ6300 line, used for determination of the oxygen abundance in cool stars. We give also wavelengths of the two isotopic line components of Ni and Ni derived from the asymmetric laboratory line profile. These two line components of Ni(More)
In MEMS-based inertial sensors, such as accelerometers and gyroscopes, known electrical waveforms are applied to a modulating capacitive element to determine an unknown deflection. However, the inverse of this scheme can also be exploited the capacitive element can be deterministically modulated to measure an electrostatic variable. This thesis presents the(More)
The lifetime of two metastable levels in Fe+ has been measured by laser probing of a stored ion beam. In the dense spectrum of Fe+, the metastable levels a (6)S(5/2) and b (4)D(7/2) were selected and their lifetimes were determined to be 230 +/- 30 and 530 +/- 30 ms, respectively. The lifetimes are compared with previous theoretical results. Metastable(More)
Abstract: The moment-to-moment unfolding of innovation, creativity and leadership is complex, nonlinear, recursive, largely tacit and influenced by microlevel social interactions. The methodology InnoTracing enables new and further insights into the black box of such emergent, situated processes by visualizing/eliciting what participants regard as their(More)
Radiative lifetimes of 17 high-lying excited states in Rh I aremeasured using the time-resolved laser-induced fluorescence method. Out of these lifetimes, 13 are new and the remaining four confirm previous measurements. Furthermore, we report the first theoretical investigation of Rh I, where the radiative decay properties of all experimentally known levels(More)
Aims. This work reports oscillator strengths for transitions of astrophysical interest in singly ionized rhodium. Methods. Seventeen radiative lifetimes in Rh have been measured with the time-resolved laser-induced fluorescence technique and combined with theoretical branching fractions calculated using a relativistic Hartree-Fock model including(More)