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We present a measurement of the time-dependent CP-violating (CPV) asymmetries in B0-->K(0)(S)pi(0) decays based on 124x10(6) Upsilon(4S)-->BB decays collected with the BABAR detector at the PEP-II asymmetric-energy B factory at SLAC. In a sample containing 122+/-16 signal decays, we obtain the magnitudes of the direct CPV asymmetry(More)
A silicon-on-insulator diode array with a sensitive depth of 10 microns has been developed for microdosimetry in proton therapy. The detector was coupled to a radiation-hard charge sensitive amplifier with the probe assembly capable of measuring a LET down to 1.2 keV/µm. The device has been successfully tested at two proton therapy centers: The 230 The(More)
Biaxial compressive strain has been used to markedly enhance the ferroelectric properties of BaTiO3 thin films. This strain, imposed by coherent epitaxy, can result in a ferroelectric transition temperature nearly 500 degrees C higher and a remanent polarization at least 250% higher than bulk BaTiO3 single crystals. This work demonstrates a route to a(More)
The stereokinetic effect (SKE) has been defined and studied by nested circular patterns rotating on a turntable. Circles must appear not to rotate as they revolve, which in turn results in their appearing to translate relative to one another. A powerful illusion of object depth results even though the individual circles do not undergo an appropriate(More)
We present measurements of the semileptonic decays B--->D0tau-nutau, B--->D*0tau-nutau, B0-->D+tau-nutau, and B0-->D*+tau-nutau, which are potentially sensitive to non-standard model amplitudes. The data sample comprises 232x10(6) Upsilon(4S)-->BB decays collected with the BABAR detector. From a combined fit to B- and B0 channels, we obtain the branching(More)
The effect of lutetium doping on the structural, electronic, and magnetic properties of epitaxial EuO thin films grown by reactive molecular-beam epitaxy is experimentally investigated. The behavior of Lu-doped EuO is contrasted with doping by lanthanum and gadolinium. All three dopants are found to behave similarly despite differences in electronic(More)
Chelation enables metals to be transported to or from vulnerable target sites, and to hinder or facilitate their carcinogenic potential. In the reverse sense, metals are capable of ligand scavenging via complexation or mixed complex formation--the latter being the result of interaction with binary complexes. Consequently, metal complexes can be utilized for(More)
We tested the stability of the bilateral sagittal split osteotomy using four resorbable osteosynthesis screws (the PLLA screw introduced by Harada and Enomoto, the Isosorb screw, the BioSorbFX screw and the Lactosorb screw) which are all currently in clinical use. The distribution of stress in both the bicortically inserted screws and the adjacent bone of a(More)
Rare earth doping is the key strategy to increase the Curie temperature (T(C)) of the ferromagnetic semiconductor EuO. The interplay between doping and charge carrier density (n), and the limit of the T(C) increase, however, are yet to be understood. We report measurements of n and T(C) of Gd-doped EuO over a wide range of doping levels. The results show a(More)
We present preliminary results from a lepton-tagged fully-inclusive measurement of B → X s γ decays , where X s is any strange hadronic state. Results are based on a BABAR data set of 88.5 million BB pairs at the Υ (4S) resonance. We present a reconstructed photon energy spectrum in the Υ (4S) frame, and partial branching fractions above minimum(More)