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Overcoming intrinsic spin resonances with an RF dipole
A coherent spin resonance excited by an rf dipole was used to overcome depolarization due to intrinsic spin resonances at the Alternating Gradient Synchrotron (AGS) at Brookhaven National Laboratory.Expand
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Positivity of Mass in Higher Dimensions
The positive mass theorem proved by Penrose, Sorkin and Woolgar is extended to higher dimensions.
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The impact of bystander relation and medical training on out-of-hospital cardiac arrest outcomes.
AIM In this study, we investigate the impact of bystander relation and medical training on survival to hospital discharge in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) patients receiving bystanderExpand
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Quality indicators for patients with traumatic brain injury in European intensive care units: a CENTER-TBI study
Background The aim of this study is to validate a previously published consensus-based quality indicator set for the management of patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI) at intensive care unitsExpand
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A Relation between Quantum Impedances and Gravity
The Planck particle may be defined in two ways; for particles with mass, and for the photon. For massive particles the Compton wavelength and Schwarzschild radius are taken to be equal. The resultingExpand
Quantum Impedances: New Relations between Gravity and Electromagnetism
The connection between electromagnetism and gravitation can be made more explicit by examining the impedance mismatch between the Planck particle and the photon and electron. The Planck particle mayExpand
Impedance Analysis of the Chiral Anomaly
In a finite quantum theory chiral symmetry is not broken. The anomaly seems to be an inevitable result of renormalization/regularization. However, one has a choice in the presence of the anomalyExpand