Rodney Millar

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Conclusions High-accuracy solution of the Helmholtz BVP requires that coefficients α remain O(1), which in turn requires that the MFS charge curve enclose no singularities in the analytic continuation of the solution. We prove this, with convergence rates, in the disc. We devise a singularity-adapted charge curve for general analytic domains, and show this(More)
NOTE: Ten questions will be set by the examiner selecting TWO from each unit. As far as possible, every question will be subdivided into two to three parts. The students shall attempt FIVE questions selecting ONE from each unit. Voltammetric methods of analysis: Principle, excitation signals, mass transfer mechanism, instrumentation, methods of analysis and(More)
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