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What drives public acceptance of nanotechnology?
How do the risks and benefits of nanotechnology, as viewed by the public, compare with those associated with other technologies such as genetically modified organisms, stem cells, biotechnology andExpand
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The theory of electron-molecule collisions
The current state of the theory and its application to low-energy electron--molecule collisions is reviewed. The emphasis is on elastic scattering and vibrational and rotational excitation of smallExpand
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Nature of excited helium atoms in liquid helium: A theoretical model
A model is developed in which excited helium atoms in liquid helium may exist in stable cavities of diameter 10 \AA{} and larger. A repulsive effective interaction between the excited atom and theExpand
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Theory of inelastic collisions between low-lying excited- and ground-state Ne atoms
A quantum-mechanical study of low-energy inelastic collisions of excited- and ground-state Ne atoms has been undertaken. Close-coupling calculations of cross sections for the transitionsExpand
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The Openness Imperative
  • N. Lane
  • Political Science
  • 1 March 2001
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Rate coefficients for momentum transfer, charge transfer, and radiative association processes in collisions of H(+) with He below 10 exp 5 K
The charge-transfer and momentum-transfer cross sections for protons in collisions with helium are calculated at relative energies up to 5 keV. Rate coefficients are presented for temperatures up toExpand
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Theoretical calculation of cross sections for rotational excitation in e-CO/sub 2/ scattering
Rotational excitation cross sections for e-CO/sub 2/ scattering in the energy range from 0.07 to 10.0 eV have been calculated using a coupled-channels procedure together with the adiabatic-nucleiExpand
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