Robby Sanders

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The oceans sequester carbon from the atmosphere partly as a result of biological productivity. Over much of the ocean surface, this productivity is limited by essential nutrients and we discuss whether it is likely that sequestration can be enhanced by supplying limiting nutrients. Various methods of supply have been suggested and we discuss the efficacy of(More)
The pH-sensitive probe carboxy SNAFL-1 can be used for imaging using ratiometric and fluorescence lifetime techniques. The former method suffers from the drawback that quantitative pH imaging in cells requires a time-consuming and cumbersome calibration procedure. In contrast, straightforward calibrations in buffer suffice for fluorescence lifetime imaging.(More)
Effects of epidermal growth factor (EGF) on pH transients in aggregates of Sertoli cells and germinal cells have been investigated with confocal microscopy using a fluorescent pH sensitive indicator. In some Sertoli cells EGF caused a rapid rise in the pH whereas other Sertoli cells did not respond to EGF. Some Sertoli cells showed a delayed response which(More)
With the advent of Hinjection into thfSBrookhaven AGS, circulating beams of up to 3 x 10 protons at 200 MeV have'been obtained. Rf 2.2 x 1013 and acceleration of 1.73 x 10 fspture of up to the transition energy (8 GeV) and 1.64 x 1013 to full energy (' 29 GeV) has been achieved. This represents a 50% increase over the best performance obtained with H+(More)
The RHIC Beam Abort Kicker Power Supply Systems commissioning experience and the remaining issues will be reported in this paper. The RHIC Blue Ring Beam Abort Kicker Power Supply System initial commissioning took place in June 1999. Its identical system in Yellow Ring was brought on line during Spring 2000. Each of the RHIC Beam Abort Kicker Power Supply(More)
Poster Title Page 1 250a Flow Regulated Anodic Growth of TiO2 Nanotubes in Microfluidics Rong Fan, Xinye Chen, Zihao Wang, David Custer, Jiandi Wan 2 2 250b Dielectrophoretic Separation of Large Microscale Particles (dp>5 um) By Exploiting Charge Differences Danielle Polniak, Eric Goodrich, Blanca H. Lapizco-Encinas 2
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