William G. Green

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A sequence of low-angle X-ray diffraction patterns obtained during the controlled drying of a preparation of rat erythrocyte ghosts has been interpreted with the aid of corresponding electron micrographs and of a parallel study of myelin isolated from guinea-pig brain. A diffraction pattern that persists down to a level of 10-20 % hydration of the sample is(More)
Lead (Pb) in soil is an important exposure source for children. Thus, determining bioavailability of Pb in soil is critical in evaluating risk and selecting appropriate strategies to minimize exposure. A mouse model was developed to estimate relative bioavailability of Pb in NIST SRM 2710a (Montana 1 Soil). Based on Pb levels in tissues, the mean relative(More)
High density is a critical acceptance criterion for armor ceramics. Quantifying the difference in density between what would be considered to be a “good” or “bad” region is complicated. As density is reduced from theoretical, does this infer the presence of defects? The minimum acceptable density that ensures favorable ballistic performance is unknown. This(More)
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