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Rain and snow scavenging of HNO3 vapor in the atmosphere
Abstract The coefficients for the wet removal of HNO 3 vapor from the atmosphere by rain (in-cloud and below-cloud) and snow have been derived under a number of approximations. The wet removalExpand
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Moderately Long-Range Interatomic Forces
Moderately long range interaction energies between atoms for nonresonant cases, calculating quadrupole-quadrupole interaction
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Free carrier and many-body effects in absorption spectra of modulation-doped quantum wells
The temperature-dependent optical absorption and luminescence spectra of GaAs/AlGaAs and InGaAs/InAlAs n-doped modulation-doped quantum wells is discussed with emphasis on the peak seen at the edgeExpand
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Large deformation analysis of laminated shells by ftnife element method
Abstract A finite element formulation is presented for conducting large deformation analysis of laminated anisotropic shells. The element adopted herein is a “degenerated” three-dimensionalExpand
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SCANNING HALL-PROBE MICROSCOPY OF A VORTEX AND FIELD FLUCTUATIONS IN LA1.85SR0.15CUO4 FILMS
A high-resolution scanning Hall-probe microscope is used to spatially resolve vortices in high-temperature superconducting La1.85Sr0.15CuO4 films. At low magnetic fields, a disordered vortexExpand
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cw SUBMILLIMETER LASER ACTION IN OPTICALLY PUMPED METHYL FLUORIDE, METHYL ALCOHOL, AND VINYL CHLORIDE GASES
cw laser action is obtained on two lines in methyl fluoride, three lines in vinyl chloride, and 23 lines in methyl alcohol by optically pumping the gases with various lines of the CO2 laser. TheExpand
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The global balance of carbon monoxide
Radioactive carbon-14 monoxide produced by cosmic ray neutrons provides a useful tracer to deduce the residence time of carbon monoxide in the troposphere. From the steady-state equations for stableExpand
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Asymptotic Expansion Method for Franck–Condon Factors of Morse Oscillators
It is shown that the Franck–Condon factors for Morse oscillators can be obtained by an asymptotic expansion of the necessary integrals. The method gives accurate results for a wide range ofExpand
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Nonradiative Decay of Individual Vibronic Levels in Large Molecules
The nonradiative decay of particular vibronic levels in large molecules has been investigated by use of a simple model system involving identical surfaces shifted in energy and normal coordinates. AExpand
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