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Three coupled oscillators as a universal probe of synchronization stability in coupled oscillator arrays
We show that the stability surface that governs the synchronization of a large class of arrays of identical oscillators can be probed with a simple array of just three identical oscillators.Expand
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Predation by Giant Centipedes , Scolopendra gigantea , on Three Species of Bats in a Venezuelan Cave
—We report the first known cases of predation by centipedes, Scolopendra gigantea (Chilopoda, Scolopendromorpha, Scolopendridae), on three species of bats (Mammalia, Chiroptera), MormoopsExpand
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In situ wavefront correction and its application to micromanipulation
In any optical system, distortions to a propagating wavefront reduce the spatial coherence of a light field, making it increasingly difficult to obtain the theoretical diffraction-limited spot size.Expand
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Single-electron charging in double and triple quantum dots with tunable coupling.
We report low-temperature tunneling measurements at zero magnetic field through double and triple quantum dots with adjustable interdot coupling, fabricated in a GaAs/AlGaAs heterostructure. As theExpand
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Experimental Stark widths and shifts and transition probabilities of several Xe II lines.
This work reports measured Stark widths and shifts, and transition probabilities for a large nubmer of Xe II spectral lines. A pulsed arc was used as a plasma source. The electron density, determinedExpand
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Calibration of the Stark-broadening parameters for some He I lines.
The Stark broadening of several He I lines has been measured in a pulsed arc plasma. The intensity ratio of the He I (4686 A) and the He I (6678 A) lines was used to estimate the electronExpand
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Calibration of the Stark-broadening parameters of the 728.1-nm He I line.
Stark-broadening parameters (width and shift) of the 728.1-nm helium neutral line (2{ital p}{sup 1}{ital P}{sup 0}-3{ital s}{sup 1}{ital S}) have been measured in a pulsed arc plasma. The measuredExpand
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Existence and uniqueness for an elliptic problem with evolution arising in electrodynamics
We study the existence and uniqueness for an elliptic problem with a nonlinear dynamic boundary condition, relating the conormal derivative of the unknown to the time derivative of its jump across anExpand
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Measuring interactions between tunnel-coupled quantum dots.
  • Waugh, Berry, +5 authors Gossard
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Physical review. B, Condensed matter
  • 15 January 1996
We report low-temperature tunneling measurements through double and triple quantum dots with adjustable interdot tunnel conductance, fabricated in a GaAs/Al xGa12xAs heterostructure. As interdotExpand
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Three-dimensional electrons and two-dimensional electric subbands in the transport properties of tin-doped n-type indium selenide: Polar and homopolar phonon scattering.
Electron-scattering mechanisms in n-type indium selenide doped with different amounts of tin are studied by means of the Hall effect (30--300 K) and photo-Hall effect (300 K). The electron mobilityExpand
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