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### 1. “Applying Physics to Solve National Security Challenges – A Creighton Grad’s Retrospective from Los Alamos” [electronic resource].[2013]

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1 online resource.
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### 2. “Conversion of Waste CO2 and Shale Gas to High Value Chemicals” [electronic resource][2016]

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20 p. : digital, PDF file.
The ultimate objective of the project was to develop, build, operate and validate a laboratory scale continuous process to make carbon dioxide (CO<sub>2</sub>)-based chemical intermediates with significantly lower energy content, carbon footprint, and cost than today’s petrochemical versions. Novomer’s catalyst allows carbon monoxide (CO) – an output of Praxair’s solid oxide electrolyzer (SOE) CO<sub>2</sub> to CO conversion technology – to be combined with an ethane-derivative (ethylene oxide, (EO)) to form a versatile intermediate called beta-propiolactone (BPL) via carbonylation chemistry. The BPL can be converted to acrylic acid using known technologies previously demonstrated at commercial scale, or further reacted in the presence of Novomer’s catalyst to form four-carbon chemical intermediates. The team has collected engineering data required to build a pilot plant (out of scope project scope) with the assistance of an industrial chemical partner.

### 3. “Hard probes” of strongly-interacting atomic gases [electronic resource].[2012]

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1 online resource.
We investigate properties of an energetic atom propagating through strongly interacting atomic gases. The operator product expansion is used to systematically compute a quasiparticle energy and its scattering rate both in a spin-1/2 Fermi gas and in a spinless Bose gas. Reasonable agreement with recent quantum Monte Carlo simulations even at a relatively small momentum k/kF > 1.5 indicates that our large-momentum expansions are valid in a wide range of momentum. We also study a differential scattering rate when a probe atom is shot into atomic gases. Because the number density and current density of the target atomic gas contribute to the forward scattering only, its contact density (measure of short-range pair correlation) gives the leading contribution to the backward scattering. Therefore, such an experiment can be used to measure the contact density and thus provides a new local probe of strongly interacting atomic gases.

### 4. “Lidar Investigations of Aerosol, Cloud, and Boundary Layer Properties Over the ARM ACRF Sites” [electronic resource].[2015]

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1 online resource (5 p. ) : digital, PDF file.
Project goals; Characterize the aerosol and ice vertical distributions over the ARM NSA site, and in particular to discriminate between elevated aerosol layers and ice clouds in optically thin scattering layers; Characterize the water vapor and aerosol vertical distributions over the ARM Darwin site, how these distributions vary seasonally, and quantify the amount of water vapor and aerosol that is above the boundary layer; Use the high temporal resolution Raman lidar data to examine how aerosol properties vary near clouds; Use the high temporal resolution Raman lidar and Atmospheric Emitted Radiance Interferometer (AERI) data to quantify entrainment in optically thin continental cumulus clouds; and Use the high temporal Raman lidar data to continue to characterize the turbulence within the convective boundary layer and how the turbulence statistics (e.g., variance, skewness) is correlated with larger scale variables predicted by models.

### 5. “Measurement of void swelling in thick non-uniformly irradiated 304 stainless steel blocks using nondestructive ultrasonic techniques” [electronic resource].[2001]

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1 online resource.
Void swelling is of potential importance in PWR austenitic internals, especially in components that will see higher doses during plant lives beyond 40 years. Proactive surveillance of void swelling is required to identify its emergence before swelling reaches levels that cause high levels of embrittlement and distortion. Non-destructive measurements of ultrasonic velocity can measure swelling at fractions of a percent. To demonstrate the feasibility of this technique for PWR application we have investigated five blocks of 304 stainless steel that were irradiated in the EBR-II fast reactor. These blocks were of hexagonal cross-section, with thickness of ~50 mm and lengths of ~218-245 mm. They were subjected to significant axial and radial gradients in gamma heating, temperature and dpa rate, producing complex internal distributions of swelling, reaching ~3.5% maximum at an off-center mid-core position. Swelling decreases both the density and elastic modulii, thereby impacting the ultrasonic velocity. Concurrently, carbide precipitates form, producing increases in density and decreases in elastic modulii. Using blocks from both low and high dpa levels it was possible to separate the ultrasonic contributions of voids and carbides. Time-of-flight ultrasonic measurements were used to non-destructively measure the internal distribution of void swelling. These distributions were confirmed using non-destructive profilometry followed by destructive cutting to provide density change and electron microscopy data. It was demonstrated that the four measurement types produce remarkably consistent results. Therefore ultrasonic measurements offer great promise for in-situ surveillance of voids in PWR core internals.

### 6. “Nodal Gap” induced by the incommensurate diagonal spin density modulation in underdoped high- $Tc$ superconductors [electronic resource].[2015]

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1 online resource (8 p. ) : digital, PDF file.
<p>Recently it was revealed that the whole Fermi surface is fully gapped for several families of underdoped cuprates. The existence of the finite energy gap along the <math id='M2'><mrow><mi>d</mi></mrow>[/itex]-wave nodal lines (nodal gap) contrasts the common understanding of the <math id='M3'><mrow><mi>d</mi></mrow>[/itex]-wave pairing symmetry, which challenges the present theories for the high-<math id='M4'><mrow><msub><mrow><mi>T</mi></mrow><mrow><mi>c</mi></mro w></msub></mrow>[/itex]superconductors. Here we propose that the incommensurate diagonal spin-density-wave order can account for the above experimental observation. The Fermi surface and the local density of states are also studied. Our results are in good agreement with many important experiments in high-<math id='M5'><mrow><msub><mrow><mi>T</mi></mrow><mrow><mi>c</mi></mro w></msub></mrow>[/itex]superconductors.</p>

### 7. “Open Hatch” Tour of Offshore Wind Buoy [electronic resource].[2015]

Wind and Water Power Technologies Office Director, Jose Zayas gives a behind the scenes tour of the AXYS WindSentinel research buoy, which uses high-tech instruments to measure conditions for potential offshore wind energy development.

### 8. “Revenue Management” Effects Related to Financial Flows Generated by Climate Policy [electronic resource][2009]

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1 online resource (37 p.)
This paper discusses possible macroeconomic implications for low-income countries of increased revenue inflows that may follow from implementing certain global greenhouse gas mitigation policies. Such revenue sources include revenue from emissions offset mechanisms, direct investments, and financial transfers that form parts of possible future mitigation treaties. In the short run such revenue will come mainly from offset markets and donor-sponsored programs, with some additional financial inflows due to foreign direct investments. In the longer run, comprehensive global cap-and-trade or carbon tax schemes could provide a potentially much larger revenue flow to many low-income countries. The author argues that the macroeconomic implications of such flows are manageable in the short run, but the larger revenues resulting from global emissions schemes could overwhelm this capacity and lead to a number of potential macroeconomic management problems.

### 9. “Ripples” on a relativistically expanding fluid [electronic resource].[2014]

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1 online resource (Article No. 064912 ) : digital, PDF file.
Recent studies have shown that fluctuations of various types play important roles in the evolution of the fireball created in relativistic heavy ion collisions and bear many phenomenological consequences for experimental observables. In addition, the bulk dynamics of the fireball is well described by relativistic hydrodynamic expansion and the fluctuations on top of such expanding background can be studied within the linearized hydrodynamic framework. In this paper we present complete and analytic sound wave solutions on top of both Bjorken flow and Hubble flow backgrounds.

### 10. The “SF" System of Sextupoles for the JLAB 10 KW Free Electron Laser Upgrade [electronic resource].[2009]

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1 online resource.
The characteristics of the system of “SF" Sextupoles for the infrared Free Electron Laser Upgrade1 at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (JLab) are described. These eleven sextupoles possess a large field integral (2.15 T/m) with +/- 0.2%

### 11. “Structural Transformations in Ceramics [electronic resource] : Perovskite-like Oxides and Group III, IV, and V Nitrides”[2006]

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1 online resource.
1 Overview of Results and their Significance Ceramic perovskite-like oxides with the general formula (A. A0. ...)(B. B0. ...)O3and titanium-based oxides are of great technological interest because of their large piezoelectric and dielectric response characteristics.[1] In doped and nanoengineered forms, titantium dioxide finds increasing application as an organic and hydrolytic photocatalyst. The binary main-group-metal nitride compounds have undergone recent advancements of in-situ heating technology in diamond anvil cells leading to a burst of experimental and theoretical interest. In our DOE proposal, we discussed our unique theoretical approach which applies ab initio electronic calculations in conjunction with systematic group-theoretical analysis of lattice distortions to study two representative phase transitions in ceramic materials: (1) displacive phase transitions in primarily titanium-based perovskite-like oxide ceramics, and (2) reconstructive phase transitions in main-group nitride ceramics. A sub area which we have explored in depth is doped titanium dioxide electrical/optical properties.

### 12. “Using Statistical Comparisons between SPartICus Cirrus Microphysical Measurements, Detailed Cloud Models, and GCM Cloud Parameterizations to Understand Physical Processes Controlling Cirrus Properties and to Improve the Cloud Parameterizations” [electronic resource][2015]

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36 p. : digital, PDF file.
The dual objectives of this project were improving our basic understanding of processes that control cirrus microphysical properties and improvement of the representation of these processes in the parameterizations. A major effort in the proposed research was to integrate, calibrate, and better understand the uncertainties in all of these measurements.

### 15. al-‘Aawāṣim min al-qawāṣim (J1-2) [electronic resource][2007]

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495 p.
ka2.eastview.com Kotobarabia Arabic eLibrary

### 16. Al-‘Abbāsah ukht al-Rashīd aww-nakbat al-Barāmikah [electronic resource][2007]

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### 17. ‘Abd al-Karīm wa-al-ḥarb al-Rīfīyah [electronic resource][2007]

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### 18. ‘Abd al-Laṭīf al-Baghdādī fī Miṣr [electronic resource][2007]

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77 p.
ka2.eastview.com Kotobarabia Arabic eLibrary

### 19. ’Abd al-Rraḥmān al-Kawākibī [electronic resource] : fāris al-nahḍah wa-al-adab[2007]

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### 20. ‘Abd Bik [electronic resource][2007]

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155 p.
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