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The Ultraviolet-to-mid-infrared Spectral Energy Distribution of Weak Emission Line Quasars

- R. Lane, O. Shemmer, +17 authors U. Princeton
- Physics, Medicine
- 23 September 2011

We present Spitzer Space Telescope photometry of 18 Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) quasars at 2.7 ≤ z ≤ 5.9 which have weak or undetectable high-ionization emission lines in their rest-frame… Expand

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Studies of Hard and Soft Tissue Elemental Compositions in Mice and Rats Subjected to Simulated Microgravity

- Rahul Mehta, R. Lane, Hannah M. Fitch, N. Ali, M. Soulsby, Parimal Chowdhury
- Materials Science
- 31 March 2009

Microgravity has profound effects on skeletal as well as other body systems. To investigate the effect of microgravity, we have used a NASA validated Hind‐limb suspension (HLS) animal model of… Expand

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Energy loss in gas lasers operating in hollow-core optical fibers

The output of solid core fiber lasers is constrained in the mid-infrared due to the absorption properties of silica. Optically pumped gas lasers can reach the mid-infrared but require long path… Expand

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Laser simulation at the Air Force Research Laboratory

- J. Grosek, S. Naderi, Benjamin Q. Oliker, R. Lane, I. Dajani, T. Madden
- Materials Science, Engineering
- International Symposium on High Power Laser…
- 13 January 2017

The physics of high brightness, high-power lasers present a variety of challenges with respect to simulation. The Air Force Research Laboratory is developing high-fidelity models for Yb-doped,… Expand

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Numerical investigation of pulsed gas amplifiers operating in hollow-core optical fibers.

Optically pumped molecular gas amplifiers having a gain medium contained in a hollow-core optical fiber are investigated with numerical modeling to understand the primary physical processes that… Expand

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Optimization of negative stage bias potential for faster imaging in large-scale electron microscopy

- R. Lane, Y. Vos, Anouk H. G. Wolters, L. van Kessel, B. Giepmans, J. P. Hoogenboom
- Materials Science, Biology
- 3 September 2020

Large-scale electron microscopy (EM) allows analysis of both tissues and macromolecules in a semi-automated manner, but acquisition rate forms a bottleneck. We reasoned that a negative bias potential… Expand

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Classical trajectory Monte Carlo code for simulating ion beam focusing or defocusing with magnetic elements modeled as current loops or current lines

- R. Lane, C. Ordonez
- Physics
- 19 April 2013

A computational tool is described that can be used for designing magnetic focusing or defocusing systems. A fully three-dimensional classical trajectory Monte Carlo simulation has been developed. Ion… Expand

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Particle Transport along Magnetic Null Lines as Sputter or Antihydrogen Source

- R. Lane, C. Ordonez
- Physics
- 2015

Abstract Particle transport along null magnetic lines is investigated using classical trajectory Monte Carlo simulations and described as a traveling wave and through diffusion equations. A magnetic… Expand

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Classical trajectory Monte Carlo simulations of particle confinement using dual levitated coils

- R. Lane, C. Ordonez
- Physics
- 14 July 2014

The particle confinement properties of plasma confinement systems that employ dual levitated magnetic coils are investigated using classical trajectory Monte Carlo simulations. Two model systems are… Expand

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Closed-form expressions for the magnetic fields of rectangular and circular finite-length solenoids and current loops

- S. Hampton, R. Lane, R. Hedlof, R. E. Phillips, C. Ordonez
- Physics
- 15 June 2020

A summary of closed-form expressions for the magnetic fields produced by rectangular- and circular-shaped finite-length solenoids and current loops is provided altogether for easy reference. Each… Expand

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