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Direct determination of the hole density of states in undoped and doped amorphous organic films with high lateral resolution.
We investigate the density of states (DOS) for hole transport in undoped and doped amorphous organic films using high lateral resolution Kelvin probe force microscopy. Measurements are done on fieldExpand
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Raw Glass and the Production of Glass Vessels at Late Byzantine Apollonia-Arsuf, Israel
This article supplements an earlier contribution to the Journal of Glass Studies (v. 46, 2004, pp. 51-66) and attempts to verify, by archeological evidence and chemical analysis, the assumption thatExpand
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Coin Denominations and Weight Standards in Fourth-Century BCE Palestine 1
Epigraphic material of the fourth century BCE and other written sources are surveyed in order to identify the weight denominations and standards of contemporaneous Palestinian coins. It was foundExpand
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Metallurgical investigation on fourth century BCE silver jewellery of two hoards from Samaria
A fourth century BCE silver jewellery collection, which is part of two hoards of Samarian coins (the Samaria and Nablus Hoards), was studied by non-destructive analyses. The collection, whichExpand
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Electronic noise due to temperature differences in atomic-scale junctions
Since the discovery a century ago1–3 of electronic thermal noise and shot noise, these forms of fundamental noise have had an enormous impact on science and technology research and applications. TheyExpand
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New evidence of the production of raw glass at late Byzantine Apollonia-Arsuf, Israel
This article presents the discovery of a primary glass furnace at Apollonia-Arsuf, Israel, an addition to the two glass furnaces discovered in the 1950 excavations at the site. The new furnaceExpand
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Glass production at an Early Islamic workshop in Tel Aviv
A refuse deposit at HaGolan Street, Khirbet al-Ḥadra, northeastern Tel Aviv, is rich in debris deriving from an Islamic period glass workshop, dating to the 7th–8th centuries. Twenty-four samples ofExpand
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Archeometallurgical characterization of Late Roman- and Byzantine-period Samaritan magical objects and jewelry made of copper alloys
Abstract Characterization of eleven copper alloy artifacts, dated between the 4th and 6th (or early 7th) centuries AD, retrieved from archeological excavations of remains associated with SamaritanExpand
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Highly conductive molecular junctions based on direct binding of benzene to platinum electrodes.
Highly conductive molecular junctions were formed by direct binding of benzene molecules between two Pt electrodes. Measurements of conductance, isotopic shift in inelastic spectroscopy, and shotExpand
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Experimental determination of conduction channels in atomic-scale conductors based on shot noise measurements
We demonstrate a general procedure for determining the conduction channels of quantum conductors from shot noise measurements. This numerical approach allows multichannel analysis which wasExpand
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