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 Hotta, Shu, author.
 Singapore : Springer Singapore : Imprint : Springer, 2018.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource (XV, 627 pages) : illustrations Digital: text file.PDF.
 Summary

 1. Schroedinger Equation and Its Application. 2. QuantumMechanical Harmonic Oscillator. 3. HydrogenLike Atoms. 4. Optical Transition and Selection Rules. 5. Maxwell's Equations. 6. Reflection and Transmission of Electromagnetic Waves in Dielectric Media. 7. Light Quanta: Radiation and Absorption. 8. Introductory Green's Functions. 9. Vectors and Their Transformation. 10. Canonical Forms of Matrices
 11. Inner Product Space. 12. Hermitian Operators and Unitary Operators.13. Introductory Group Theory.14. Symmetry Groups.15. Representation Theory of Groups.16. Applications of Group Theory to Physical Chemistry.
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3. The ABC's of science [2020]
 Mussardo, G. author.
 Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2020]
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource (viii, 248 pages) : illustrations (some color)
 Summary

 Absolute zero. Some like it cold
 Boltzmann. The genius of disorder
 Chandra. The journey of a star
 Dimensions. The story behind the scenery
 Euler. A mine of golden formulas
 Faraday. A portrait of the scientist as a young man
 Germain. Sophie's choice
 Harriott. Looking for Mr. Harry
 Ising. A magnetic modesty
 Jacobi. An elliptic thriller
 Kepler. Cannonballs and bee cells
 Landau. The Ten Commandments
 Maxwell. Fiat lux
 Numbers. Prime suspect
 Oppenheimer. An explosive plan
 Pauli. A strange couple
 Quantum. The garden of forking paths
 Rasetti. From atomic nuclei to Cambrian trilobites
 Spallanzani. The uncanny priest
 Touschek. The Lord of the Rings
 Ulam. The art of simulation
 Venus. The cruel goddess
 Weil. The Brahmin of Mathematics
 Xray. Seeing the invisible
 Yang. Mirror of Deception
 Zwicky. Dark is the sky.
4. The beauty and fascination of science [2020]
 Buchachenko, A. L. (Anatoliĭ Leonidovich), author.
 Singapore : Springer, [2020]
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource (xix, 186 pages) Digital: text file.PDF.
 Summary

 Science
 Physics
 Mathematics
 Evolution
 Chemistry
 Biology
 Intelligence
 History
 Philosophy
 Aesthetics of science
 Science is a festive of business.
 PARA '95 (1995 : Lyngby, Denmark)
 Berlin ; New York : Springer, 1996.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource (562 pages) : illustrations
 Summary

 A high performance matrix multiplication algorithm for MPPs. Iterative moment method for electromagnetic transients in grounding systems on CRAY T3D. Analysis of crystalline solids by means of a parallel FEM method. Parallelization strategies for Tree Nbody codes. Numerical solution of stochastic differential equations on transputer network. Development of a stencil compiler for onedimensional convolution operators on the CM5. Automatic parallelization of the AVL FIRE benchmark for a distributedmemory system. 2D cellular automata and short range molecular dynamics programs for simulations on networked workstations and parallel computers. Pablobased performance monitoring tool for PVM applications. Linear algebra computation on parallel machines. A neural classifier for radar images. ScaLAPACK: A portable linear algebra library for distributed memory computers  Design issues and performance. A proposal for a set of parallel basic linear algebra subprograms. Parallel implementation of a Lagrangian stochastic particle model of turbulent dispersion in fluids. Reduction of a regular matrix pair (A, B) to block Hessenbergtriangular form. Parallelization of algorithms for neural networks. Paradigms for the parallelization of Branch&Bound algorithms. Threedimensional version of the Danish Eulerian Model. A proposal for a Fortran 90 interface for LAPACK. ScaLAPACK tutorial. Highly parallel concentrated heterogeneous computing. Adaptive polynomial preconditioning for the conjugate gradient algorithm. The IBM parallel engineering and scientific subroutine library. Some preliminary experiences with sparse BLAS in parallel iterative solvers. Load balancing in a Network Flow Optimization code. Userlevel VSM optimization and its application. Benchmarking the cache memory effect. Efficient Jacobi algorithms on multicomputers. Front tracking: A parallelized approach for internal boundaries and interfaces. Program generation techniques for the development and maintenance of numerical weather forecast Grid models. High performance computational chemistry: NWChem and fully distributed parallel applications. Parallel abinitio molecular dynamics. Dynamic domain decomposition and load balancing for parallel simulations of longchained molecules. Concurrency in feature analysis. A parallel iterative solver for almost blockdiagonal linear systems. Distributed general matrix multiply and add for a 2D mesh processor network. Distributed and parallel computing of shortrange molecular dynamics. Lattice field theory in a parallel environment. Parallel time independent quantum calculations of atom diatom reactivity. Parallel oil reservoir simulation. Formal specification of multicomputers. Multimillion particle molecular dynamics on MPPs. Wave propagation in urban microcells: a massively parallel approach using the TLM method. The NAG Numerical PVM Library. Cellular automata modeling of snow transport by wind. Parallel algorithm for mapping of parallel programs into pyramidal multiprocessor. Dataparallel molecular dynamics with neighborlists. Visualizing astrophysical 3D MHD turbulence. A parallel sparse QRfactorization algorithm. Decomposing linear programs for parallel solution. A parallel computation of the NavierStokes equation for the simulation of free surface flows with the volume of fluid method. Improving the performance of parallel triangularization of a sparse matrix using a reconfigurable multicomputer. Comparison of two imagespace subdivision algorithms for Direct Volume Rendering on distributedmemory multicomputers. Communication harnesses for transputer systems with tree structure and cube structure. A thorough investigation of the projector quantum Monte Carlo method using MPP technologies. Distributed simulation of a set of elastic macro objects. Parallelization of ab initio molecular dynamics method. Parallel computations with large atmospheric models.
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 New York : Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, ©2005.
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 Book — 1 online resource (340 pages) : illustrations
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 Atomic Confinement. Correlation Studies of Two ActiveAtomicElectron Ionization Processes in Free Atoms. Coherent Electron Impact Excitation of Atoms. Electron and Photon Impact Studies of CF3I. Time Delays and Cold Collisons. Relativistic Basis Set Methods. Inner Shell Electron Impact Ionization of MultiCharged Ions. A Study of Iterative Methods for IntegroDifferential Equations of ElectronAtom Scattering. Relaxation by Collisions with Hydrogen Atoms: Polarization of Spectral Lines. Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy of Trifluoromethyl Sulphur Pentafluoride. The Use of the Magnetic Angle Changer in Electron Spectroscopy. Mechanisms of Photo Double Ionization of Helium by 530 eV Photons. Exchange Effects in the Outer Shell Ionisation of Xenon. Ionization of Atoms by Antiproton Impact. High resolution electron interaction studies with atoms, molecules, biomolecules and clusters. Electron Driven Processes. Quantum Time Entanglement of Electrons. Analytic Continuation: Continuum Distorted Waves. Electron Impact Ionization of Atoms with Two Active Target Electrons. Electron Collisions with Aggregated Matter. Rotational and Vibrational Excitation in ElectronMolecule Scattering. Interactions Between Electrons and Highly Charged Iron Ions. An Investigation of the Two Outermost Orbitals of Glyoxal and Biacetyl by Electron Momentum Spectroscopy. Electron Scattering from Nuclei. Electron Scattering and Hydronamic Effects in Ionized Gases. Testing the Limits of the Single Particle Model in 16O(E, E'P). (?, 2E) and (E, 2E) Using a 2Electron $$\mathcal{R}$$ Operator Formalism. Laboratory Synthesis of Astrophysical Molecules.
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 National Conference on Physics and Chemistry of Materials (2018 : Indore, India), author.
 [Melville, New York] : AIP Publishing LLC, 2019.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (some color). Digital: text file.
8. Chemical physics research journal [2007 ]
 Hauppauge, NY : Nova Science Publishers
 Description
 Journal/Periodical
 Blinder, S. M.
 2nd ed.  London : Elsevier, 2013.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource (viii, 269 pages :) : illustrations (some color).
 Summary

 1 Mathematical Thinking
 2. Numbers 3 Algebra 4 Trigonometry 5 Analytic Geometry 6 Calculus 7 Series and Integrals 8 Differential Equations 9 Matrix Algebra 10 Multivariable Calculus 11 Vector Analysis 12 Special Functions 13 Complex Variables.
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10. The demon in the machine [2019]
 Davies, Paul, author.
 London : Allen Lane, 2019.
 Description
 Book — 250 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 24 cm
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'A gripping new drama in science ... if you want to understand how the concept of life is changing, read this' Professor Andrew Briggs, University of Oxford When Darwin set out to explain the origin of species, he made no attempt to answer the deeper question: what is life? For generations, scientists have struggled to make sense of this fundamental question. Life really does look like magic: even a humble bacterium accomplishes things so dazzling that no human engineer can match it. And yet, huge advances in molecular biology over the past few decades have served only to deepen the mystery. So can life be explained by known physics and chemistry, or do we need something fundamentally new? In this penetrating and wideranging new analysis, worldrenowned physicist and science communicator Paul Davies searches for answers in a field so new and fastmoving that it lacks a name, a domain where computing, chemistry, quantum physics and nanotechnology intersect. At the heart of these diverse fields, Davies explains, is the concept of information: a quantity with the power to unify biology with physics, transform technology and medicine, and even to illuminate the ageold question of whether we are alone in the universe. From life's murky origins to the microscopic engines that run the cells of our bodies, The Demon in the Machine is a breathtaking journey across the landscape of physics, biology, logic and computing. Weaving together cancer and consciousness, twoheaded worms and bird navigation, Davies reveals how biological organisms garner and process information to conjure order out of chaos, opening a window on the secret of life itself.
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How does life create order from chaos? And just what is life, anyway? Leading physicist Paul Davies argues that to find the answers, we must first answer a deeper question 'What is information?' To understand the origins and nature of life, Davies proposes a radical vision of biology which sees the underpinnings of life as similar to circuits and electronics, arguing that life as we know it should really be considered a phenomenon of information storage. In an extraordinary deep dive into the real mechanics of what we take for granted, Davies reveals how biological processes, from photosynthesis to birds' navigation abilities, rely on quantum mechanics, and explores whether quantum physics could prove to be the secret key of all life on Earth. Lively and accessible, The Demon in the Machineboils down intricate interdisciplinary developments to take readers on an eyeopening journey towards the ultimate goal of science unifying all theories of the living and the nonliving, so that humanity can at last understand its place in the universe.
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Marine Biology Library (Miller), Science Library (Li and Ma)
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 Cambridge, UK : Royal Society of Chemistry, ©2005.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource (xvii, 396 pages) : illustrations (some color)
 Summary

 Chapter 1: Principles of Molecular Bioenergetics and the Proton Pump of Cytochrome Oxidase
 1: Introduction: General Principles of Bioenergetic Systems
 2: The Structure of Cytochrome Oxidase
 3: Hysteretic Properties of Cytochrome Oxidase
 4: The Mechanism of oxygen Reduction to Water
 5: Some Considerations Concerning the Mechanism of the Proton Pump
 6: Where Do We Go From Here?
 Chapter 2: Proton Entry, Exit and Pathways in Cytochrome Oxidase: Insight from "conserved" Water
 1: Overview
 2: Hemecopper Oxidases, Their Evolution and General Function
 3: Water and Protein Function
 4: Water and the Proton Pumping Function
 5: Gating of the Pump
 6: Summary
 7: Acknowledgements
 8: References
 Chapter 3: Structural Chemical Studies on the Reaction Mechanism of Cytochrome c Oxidase
 1: Introduction
 2: The Mechanism of O2 Reduction
 3: The Mechanism of Proton Pumping
 4: Acknowledgements
 Chapter 4: Mechanisms of Redoxcoupled Proton Pumping by Respiratory Oxidases
 1: Introduction
 2: Redoxdriven Proton Pumping  General Principles
 3: Structure
 4: Electron and Proton Transfer During CcO Turnover
 5: Proton pumping
 6: Molecular Mechanisms for Proton Pumping
 7: Final Remarks
 8: Acknowledgement
 9: References
 Chapter 5: Quantum Chemical Models of O2 Bond Cleavage and Proton Pumping in Cytochrome Oxidase
 1: Introduction
 2: Models and Methods
 3: The A to PM Step: Mechanism for OO Bond Cleavage
 4: The Catalytic Cycle: Mechanism for Proton Pumping
 5: Proton Gating or Guiding
 6: Summary
 7: References
 Chapter 6: The bc1 Complex: What is There Left to Argue About?
 1: Introduction
 2: Control of Turnover by the Bifurcated Reaction at the Qosite
 3: The EScomplex
 4: Constraints from the ESComplex Model
 5: Protoncoupled Electron Transfer
 6: The Second Electron Transfer, from SQ to Heme bL
 7: Kinetic Estimation of SQ Occupancy
 8: Estimation of SQ Occupancy from Bypass Rates
 9: Mobility in the Qosite
 10: Other Problematic Short Circuits and Their Prevention
 11: Doublegating
 12: Coulombic Gating in a Sequential Mechanism
 13: Double Occupancy
 14: Location of EScomplex or Activated State at some Alternative Position
 15: Studies using Glu272 Mutants to Explore the Role of Glu272 in Control of the Qosite Reaction and Protection Against Excess ROS Production
 16: Conclusions
 17: Acknowledgements
 18: References
 Chapter 7: Insights into the Mechanism of Mitochondrial Complex I from its Distant Relatives, the [NiFe] Hydrogenases
 1: Introduction
 2: The Three Modules Of Complex I
 3: [Nife] Hydrogenases, A Model For The QModule Of Complex I
 4: Addressing The Function Of Cluster N2 By EPR Spectroscopy And Site Directed Mutagenesis
 5: Implications For The Mechanism Of Proton Pumping By Complex I
 Chapter 8: Current Knowledge about the Mechanism of Energy Transduction by Respiratory Complex I
 1: Introduction
 2: Complex I in Energy Transduction
 3: The Location of the Cofactors and Substrate Binding Sites in Complex I
 4: The Redox Reaction: Oxidation of NADH and Reduction of Quinone
 5: Mechanisms of Proton Pumping
 Chapter 9: Structure of Photosystem II from Thermosynechococcus elongates
 1: Introduction
 2: Optimised Crystallisation of Photosystem II from Thermosynechococcus elongates
 3: Structure of Photosystem II from Thermosynechococcus elongates
 4: Mechanism of Water Oxidation
 5: Concluding Remarks
 6: Abbreviations
 7: Acknowledgements
 8: References
 Chapter 10: A Structural View of Proton Transport by Bacteriorhodopsin
 1: Introduction
 2: Structure of Bacteriorhodopsin
 3: Photochemical Reaction Cycle
 4: Evaluating the Crystallography
 5: Trapping the Right Structure and the Right Intermediate State
 6: Retinal Motions: The Pump
 7: Conformational Cascades in Response to Relaxation of the Retinal
 8: Crystallographic vs. NonCrystallographic Evidence
 9: Pump Energetics
 Chapter 11: The Dynamics of Proton Transfer Across Bacteriorhodopsin Explored by FTIR Spectroscopy
 1: Introduction
 2: FTIR Spectroscopy
 3: Bacteriorhodopsin
 4: References
 Chapter 12: Intraprotein Proton Transfer  Concepts and Realities from the Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Center
 1: Introduction
 2: Proton Transfer vs. Electron Transfer
 3: The Grotthuss Mechanism and Hydrogen Bonded Chains
 4: Free Energy Relationships  Marcus and Br Degreesnsted
 5: Proton Transfer in Biology
 6: "Normal" Acids and Bases
 7: Proton coupled electron transfer in the acceptor quinone function of photosynthetic reaction centers
 8: Concluding Remarks
 9: Acknowledgements
 10: References
 Chapter 13: Infrared Protein Spectroscopy as a Tool to Study Protonation Reactions within Proteins
 1: Introduction
 2: Types of Information from Protein (FT)IR Spectroscopy
 3: Principles of (FT)IR Spectroscopy
 4: ATRFTIR Spectroscopy
 5: Strategies to Assign IR Bands
 6: IR Properties of Amino Acids
 7: Examples of Protein Infrared Spectroscopy Applications
 8: Outlook
 9: References
 Chapter 14: Inhibitors of Mitochondrial F1ATPase
 1: Introduction
 2: Highresolution Structures of F1ATPase
 3: Characterised Sites of Inhibition
 4: Potential Medical Significance
 5: Concluding Remarks
 6: Abbreviations
 7: Acknowledgements
 8: References
 Chapter 15: The Passion of the Permease
 1: Introduction
 2: Background
 3: Overall Structure of LacY
 4: The Substratebinding Site
 5: Residues Involved in H+ Translocation and Coupling
 6: Proposed Mechanism of Lactose/ H+ Symport
 Chapter 16: Hydride Transfer and Proton Translocation by Nicotinamide Nucleotide Transhydrogenase
 1: The Function of Protontranslocating Transhydrogenase
 2: The Global Architecture of Transhydrogenase
 3: The dII Component
 4: dI2dIII1 Complexes: Catalytic Properties and Highresolution Structures
 5: Considerations Relevant to the Mechanism of Proton Translocation by Transhydrogenase
 6: Hypothesis for the Mechanism of Proton Translocation by Transhydrogenase
 7: Future Directions
 8: Acknowledgements.
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12. Spectra of Atoms and Molecules [2005]
 Bernath, Peter F.
 2nd ed.  Oxford : Oxford University Press, USA, 2005.
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 Book — 1 online resource (454 pages)
 Summary

 1. Introduction 1.1Waves, Particles, and Units 1.2The Electromagnetic Spectrum 1.3Interaction of Radiation with Matter
 2. Molecular Symmetry 2.1Symmetry Operations 2.2Groups 2.3Notation for Point Groups
 3. Matrix Representation of Groups 3.1Vectors and Matrices 3.2Symmetry Operations and Position Vectors 3.3Symmetry Operators and Basis Vectors 3.4Symmetry Operators and Basis Fuctions 3.5Equivalent, Reducible, and Irreducible Matrix Representations 3.6Great Orthogonality Theorem 3.7Character Tablesity Theorem
 4. Quantum Mechanics and Group Theory 4.1Matrix Representation of the Schroedinger Equation 4.2BornOppenheimer Approximationchroedinger Equation 4.3Symmetry of the Hamiltonianionchroedinger Equation 4.4Projection Operatorsltonianion 4.5Direct Product Representations 4.6Integrals and Selection Ruless
 5. Atomic Spectroscopyction Ruless 5.1Introductionoscopyction Rules 5.2Angular Momentumpy 5.3The Hydrogen Atom and OneElectron Spectra 5.4ManyElectron Atomsnd OneElectron Spectra 5.5Selection Rulestomsnd OneElectron Spectra 5.6Atomic Spectrastoms 5.7Intensity of Atomic Lines 5.8Zeeman EffectAtomic Lines 5.9Stark EffecttAtomic Lines
 6. Rotational Spectroscopy 6.1Rotation of Rigid Bodies 6.2Pure Rotational Spectroscopy of Diatomic and Linear Molecules 6.3Intensity of Pure Rotational Transitions of Diatomic and Linear Molecules 6.4Symmetric Tops 6.5Asymmetric Topsre Rotational Transitions of Diatomic and 6.6Structure Determination
 7. Vibrational Spectroscopy 7.1Diatomic MoleculesRotational Transitions of Diatomic and 7.2Vibrational Motion of Polyatomic Molecules 7.3Vibrational Spectra of Symmetric Tops 7.4Infrared Transitions of Spherical Tops 7.5Vibrational Spectra of Asymmetric Topsules 7.6VibrationRotation Line Intensitiesps 7.7Fermi and Coriolis Perturbationsl Tops 7.8Inversion Doubling and Fluxional Behaviors
 8. The Raman Effection Line Intensitiesps 8.1BackgroundCoriolis Perturbationsl Tops 8.2Rotational Raman EffectFluxional Behavior 8.3VibrationRotation Raman Spectroscopy 8.4Rayleigh and Raman Intensitiesns 8.5Conclusionsaman Effect
 9. Electronic Spectroscopy of Diatomic Molecules 9.1Orbitals and StatesIntensities 9.2Vibrational Structure 9.3Rotational Structure of Electronic Transitions of Diatomic Molecules 9.4The Symmetry of Diatomic Energy Levels: Parity 9.5Rotational Line Intensities 9.6Dissociation, Photodissociation, and Predissociation
 10. Electronic Spectroscopy of Polyatomic Molecules 10.1Orbitals and Statesomic Energy Levels: Parity 10.2Vibrational Structure of Electronic Transitions 10.3Vibronic Coupling: The HerzbergTeller Effect 10.4JahnTeller Effect 10.5RennerTeller Effect 10.6Nonradiative Transitions: Jablonski Diagram 10.7Photoelectron Spectroscopy 10.8Rotational Structure: H2CO and HCN 10.9Intensity of Transitions
 11. Appendix A: Units, Conversions, and Physical Constants
 12. Appendix B: Character Tables
 13. Appendix C: Direct Product Tables
 14. Appendix D: Introductory Textbooks Covering All of Spectroscopy 9.6Dissociation, Photodissociation, and Predissociation.
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 Kampen, N. G. van, author.
 Third edition.  Amsterdam ; Boston ; London : Elsevier, 2007.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource (xvi, 463 pages) : illustrations Digital: data file.
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 I. Stochastic variables II. Random events III. Stochastic processes IV. Markov processes V. The master equation VI. Onestep processes VII. Chemical reactions VIII. The FokkerPlanck equation IX. The Langevin approach X. The expansion of the master equation XI. The diffusion type XII. Firstpassage problems XIII. Unstable systems XIV. Fluctuations in continuous systems XV. The statistics of jump events XVI. Stochastic differential equations XVII. Stochastic behavior of quantum systems.
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 Christodoulides, Costas, author.
 Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2017.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource (xiv, 526 pages) : illustrations Digital: PDF.text file.
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 Basic statistical concepts. Measurement errors. A though experiment. The statistical analysis of experimental results. The presentation of numerical results. The propagation of errors. The three basic probability distributions. The statistics of radioactivity. Elements from the theory of errors. Comparison and rejection of measurements. The method of least squares. Graphs. The written report of the results of an experiment. Appendix 1. Least squares straight line y = + x . The errors in and
 Appendix 2. Dimensional analysis. Appendix 3. The use of random numbers in finding values of a variable x which are distributed according to a given probability density function f(x). Appendix 4. Values of fundamental physical constants. Answers to the problems. List of programs and code samples. Index.
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 Basic statistical concepts
 Measurement errors
 A though experiment
 The statistical analysis of experimental results
 The presentation of numerical results
 The propagation of errors
 The three basic probability distributions
 The statistics of radioactivity
 Elements from the theory of errors
 Comparison and rejection of measurements
 The method of least squares
 Graphs
 The written report of the results of an experiment
 Appendix 1. Least squares straight line y =α + λ x . The errors in α and λ
 Appendix 2. Dimensional analysis
 Appendix 3. The use of random numbers in finding values of a variable x which are distributed according to a given probability density function f(x)
 Appendix 4. Values of fundamental physical constants
 Answers to the problems
 List of programs and code samples
 Index.
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 International Conference of Students and Young Scientists "Prospects of Fundamental Sciences Development" (14th : 2017 : Tomsk, Russia)
 [Melville, New York} : AIP Publishing, 2017.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (some color). Digital: text file.
 International Conference on Research, Implementation, and Education of Mathematics and Sciences (4th : 2017 : Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
 [Melville, New York] : AIP Publishing LLC, 2017.
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 Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (some color). Digital: text file; PDF.
17. Symposia of the Faraday Society [1967  1971]
 No. 14: London : Faraday Society, [19671971] No. 5: London : The Faraday Division of the Chemical Society
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource
 International Seminar on Mathematics, Science, and Computer Science Education (3rd : 2016 : Bandung, Indonesia), author.
 [Melville, N.Y.] : AIP Publishing, 2017.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (some color). Digital: text file.PDF.
 Basel : Springer : Birkhäuser, 1996.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource (CI, 511 pages) : illustrations Digital: text file.PDF.
 Summary

 Introduction. 1 Aim and General Description of the Anthology. 2 Notes on the Historiography of National Socialism. 3 The Impact of Nazi Science Policy on Physics Instruction and Research. 4 Emigration Research. 5 Physics in Nazi Germany. 6 Style and Rhetoric. 7 The Text. I Controversies Prior to 1933. II After the Nazi Seizure of Power. III The Ideological Schism: 19361939. IV Physics at War: 19391945. V The Legacy of National Socialism. Appendix. Bibliography. Name Index.
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 International Seminar on Mathematics, Science, and Computer Science Education (2nd : 2015 : Bandung, Indonesia)
 [Melville, New York] : AIP Publishing, 2016.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (some color). Digital: text file; PDF.
 Jopson, Marty, author.
 London : Michael O'Mara Books, 2015.
 Description
 Book — 224 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
 Summary

Have you ever wondered why ice floats and water is such a freaky liquid? Or why chillies and mustard are both hot but in different ways? Or why microwaves don't cook from the inside out? In this fascinating scientific tour of household objects, The One Show presenter and allround Science Bloke Marty Jopson has the answer to all of these, and many more, baffling questions about the chemistry and physics of the everyday stuff we use every day.
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 Field, Robert W., author.
 Cham : Springer, 2015.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xii, 153 pages) : illustrations (some color) Digital: PDF.text file.
 Summary

 Preface
 Introduction
 Hierarchy of Terms in the Effective Hamiltonian
 Spectroscopic Perturbations: Homogeneous and Heterogeneous
 The Effective Hamiltonian for Diatomic Molecules
 Rotation of Polyatomic Molecules
 Quantum Beats. The Effective Hamiltonian for Polyatomic Molecule Vibration
 Intramolecular Dynamics: Representations, Visualizations and Mechanisms.
 3.6 Intensity Borrowed from a Nearby Bright State3.7 Intensity Borrowed from an Energetically Remote Bright State; 3.8 Intensity Interference Effects; References; 4 The Effective Hamiltonian for Diatomic Molecules; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Main Topics of This Lecture; 4.2.1 RDependence; 4.2.2 How Do We Account for Interactions with Energetically Remote States; 4.2.3 Van Vleck Transformation; 4.3 RDependence Is Encoded in v, J Dependence; 4.3.1 Transition Moments: μ (R) →Mv, v; 4.3.2 Centrifugal Distortion, De; 4.3.3 VibrationRotation Interaction, αe: A Small Surprise.
23. Stochastic dynamics and irreversibility [2015]
 Tomé, Tânia, author.
 Cham : Springer, 2015.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource Digital: text file; PDF.
 Summary

 Random Variables. Sequence of Independent Variables. Langevin equation. FokkerPlanck Equation I. FokkerPlanck Equation II. Markov Chains. Master Equation I. Master Equation II. Phase Transitions and Criticality. Reactive Systems. Glauber Model. Systems with Inversion Symmetry. Systems with Absorbing States. Population Dynamics. Probabilistic Cellular automata. ReactionDiffusion Processes. Random Sequential Adsoprtion. Percolation.
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24. Nucleon Correlations in Nuclei [1993]
 Antonov, Anton Nikolaev.
 Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1993.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource (xi, 293 pages 96 illustrations) Digital: text file; PDF.
 Summary

 1 Meanfield and Beyond Meanfield Nuclear Theoretical Methods. 1 Independentparticle Models. 1.1 The Fermigas Model. 1.2 The Shell Model. 1.3 The HartreeFock Approximation. 2 Complex Meanfield Analyses. 2.1 The Complex Potential. Formal Considerations. 2.2 The Complex Potential for Bound and Scattering States. 2.3 Dispersion Relations Methods. 3 Basic Correlation Methods. 3.1 An Analysis of Meanfield Theories. 3.2 Correlation Methods Related to Mass Operator Expansions. 3.3 Beyond Single Slater Determinant Methods. 4 Further Correlation Methods. 4.1 The Generator Coordinate Method. 4.2 The Coherent Density Fluctuation Model. 4.3 The Natural Orbital Method. 2 Nucleon Correlations and Nuclear Structure. 5 Spectral Functions. 5.1 Introduction. 5.2 Green Function Description of the Spectral Function. 5.3 Spectral Functions within the Coherent Density Fluctuation Model. 5.4 Sum Rules for the Spectral Function. 6 Natural Orbitals and Occupation Numbers in Nuclei. 6.1 Nucleon Correlations and Singleparticle Occupation Numbers. 6.2 Applications of the Natural Orbital Method. 6.3 The Natural Orbital Representation within the Coherent Density Fluctuation Model (CDFM). 6.4 The Natural Orbital Representation within the Generator Coordinate Method (GCM). 6.5 Comparison of CDFM and GCM Results with ExperimentaData for Occupation Numbers. 7 Momentum Distributions in Nuclei. 7.1 Nucleon Momentum and Density Distributions. 7.2 Cluster Momentum Distributions in Nuclei. 8 Ground and Excited Collective Nuclear States within the Coherent Density Fluctuation Model and the Generator Coordinate Method. 8.1 Energies and Density Distributions in Ground and Excited Monopole States within the Coherent Density Fluctuation Model. 8.2 Generator Coordinate Method Calculations of Energies and the Density Distributions of the Ground and Excited Monopole States. 3 Nucleon Correlations and Nuclear Reactions. 9 Electronnucleus Scattering. 9.1 Electron Elastic Scattering. 9.2 Quasielastic Electron Scattering. 9.3 Deepinelastic Leptonnucleus Scattering. 10 Photonuclear Reactions at Intermediate Energies. 11 Intermediate Energy Protonnucleus Scattering. 11.1 Protonnucleus Scattering and Nucleon Correlations. 11.2 Elastic Protonnucleus Scattering within the Coherent Density Fluctuation Model. 11.3 Deepinelastic Protonnucleus Scattering within the Coherent Density Fluctuation Model. 12 Elastic Scattering of Complex Nuclear Systems. 12.1 Intermediateenergy Alphaparticle Elastic Scattering on Nuclei. 12.2 Heavyion Elastic Scattering. References. Author Index.
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 Roduner, E. (Emil), 1947 author.
 Berlin ; Heidelberg : Springer, 1988.
 Description
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 1 Introduction. 1.1 Motivation. 1.2 History and properties of the muon and its bound states. 1.3 The muon as a probe in matter. 1.3.1 Principle of the experiment. 1.3.2 Solid state physics. 1.3.3 Chemistry. 2 Experiments employing muons. 2.1 Muon production and decay. 2.2 The ?SR techniques. 2.2.1 Time differential transverse field ?SR. 2.2.2 Time integrated longitudinal field ?SR. 2.2.3 Other techniques. 2.3 Analysis and interpretation of the data. 3 Theory. 3.1 Hamiltonians, eigenvectors and energies. 3.1.1 Muons in diamagnetic environments. 3.1.2 Muonium. 3.1.3 Muonated free radicals. 3.2 Evolution of spin polarization. 3.2.1 Evaluation for a general species formed at time zero. 3.2.2 Evaluation for a slowly formed radical. 3.2.3 Evaluation for a slowly formed diamagnetic species. 4 The cyclohexadienyl radical. 4.1 Observation in the liquid phase. 4.1.1 Transverse fiel?SR. 4.1.2 Avoided level crossing ?SR. 4.2 Observation in other phases. 4.2.1 The first experiment with a single crystal. 4.2.2 Observation of a surface adsorbed radical. 4.3 Structure and hyperfine couplings. 4.3.1 Structure of cyclohexadienyl and benzyl. 4.3.2 Wave functions and hyperfine coupling constants. 4.3.3 Isotope effects. 5 Substituent effects on hyperfine coupling constants. 5.1 Monosubstituted radicals. 5.2 Comparison with data for benzyl. 5.3 Polysubstituted radicals. 5.3.1 Experimental observations. 5.3.2 Do coupling constants reflect captodative stabilization?. 6 The process of radical formation. 6.1 Routes to the cyclohexadienyl radical. 6.2 Radical formation in cyclohexane solution. 6.3 Selectivity in mixtures of benzene and dimethylbutadiene. 6.4 Scavenging experiments. 6.4.1 The effect of carbon tetrachloride. 6.4.2 The effect of methyliodide. 6.4.3 The effect of iodine. 7 Distribution of muons in substituted benzenes. 7.1 Monosubstituted benzenes. 7.1.1 Endoftrack effects on the muon distribution between radicals and diamagnetic species. 7.1.2 Regioselectivity in the formation of radicals. 7.1.3 Relative rate constants and partial rate factors for Mu addition. 7.2 Polysubstituted benzenes. 8 Radical reactions. 8.1 Secondary isotope effects. 8.2 Electron transfer reactions. 8.3 Abstraction reactions. 8.4 Spin exchange reactions. 8.5 Transfer of bound Mu, an example for a primary kinetic isotope effect. 9 Summary and review. 9.1 Objective. 9.2 The requirements for the observation of muonated radicals. 9.3 The different types of radicals observed in liquids. 9.4 Observations in other phases. 9.5 Investigation of isotope effects. 9.6 Investigation of early events. 9.7 Investigation of radical kinetics. 9.8 Conclusion.
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 Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1991.
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 SuperComputing  What is New. Local Area Networks  A Survey. Public Broadband Networks  Present State and Future Perspectives. Fast Access to Supercomputer Applications. High Speed Networking Solutions. Computational Chemistry in Industry  A Parallel Direct SCF. Quantum Chemical Investigations of Reactive Intermediates. Carbocations and Alkyl Radicals. Long Time Dynamics of Proteins: An OffLattice Monte Carlo Method. Quantum Mechanical Calculations of Small Molecules. Parallel Processing and Computational Chemistry. The Direct IGLO Method for the Calculation of NMR Chemical Shifts with the Program TURBOMOLE. Computer Aided Protein Design: Three Dimensional Model Building of the Saruplase Structure.
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28. International critical tables of numerical data, physics, chemistry and technology [1926  1930]
 1st ed.  New York : Published for the National Research Council by the McGrawHill Book Co., 19261930.
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 v. 1. National and local systems of weights and measures
 Symbols, basic constants, conversion data, dimensions, definitions
 Chemical elements and atoms
 Laboratory technique: Thermometry ; Laboratory methods for producing and maintaining constant temperatures ; Laboratory methods for maintaining constant humidity ; Barometry and manometry ; Psychrometry, density of moist air, change in barometric pressure with altitude ; Volume of liquid menisci ; Weights and weighing: Adjustment and consistency of weights, Correction for air buoyancy, Determination of density ; Calibration of volumetric vessels ; Standard buffer solutions and acidbase indicators ; High vacuum technique ; Errors of observation
 Method of arrangement of chemical substances and systems in I.C.T.
 Physical properties of chemical substances
 Radioactivity
 Astronomical and geodetic data
 Aerodynamics.
 v. 2. Strength and related properties of woods: Artificial lumbers
 Building stones
 Clays
 Heavy clay products and sandlime brick
 Porcelains and whitewares
 Refractory materials
 Abrasive materials
 Properties of glass
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 Vitreous enamels for metals
 Structural cements, limes and plasters: Hydraulic cements ; Portland cement ; Gypsum ; Lime mortar and masonry
 Magnesia cements and concretes
 Dental cements
 Solid fuels
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 Flash points of saturated vapors of combustible liquids
 Quantitative effects of some compounds upon detonation in internal combustion engines
 Lubricants and lubrication
 Gaseous fuels
 Asphalts and mineral waxes
 Tars, pitches and distillates
 Explosions and gaseous explosives
 Animal and vegetable oils, fats and waxes
 Adhesives and gelatins
 Textile fibers
 Tannins and vegetable tanning materials
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 Artificial plastics: Nitrocellulose products ; Phenol resins and their products
 Commercial carbons for electrical uses
 Electrical insulating materials
 Thermal insulating materials
 Raw materials of the paint and varnish industry
 Toxicology of gases and vapors
 Air conditioning: Hygroscopic properties of industrial materials ; Spaces occupied by human beings
 Refrigerating brines
 Sieves and screens
 Saccharimetry
 Xray diffraction data for miscellaneous natural and industrial materials
 Metallurgy: the properties of metals and alloys.
 v. 3. PVT relations for onephase systems (density, specific gravity, thermal expansion and compressibility)
 Phase equilibrium data: Systems containing the vapor phase ; Systems composed of two liquid phases.
 v. 4. Phaseequilibrium datasystems without the vapor phase: Triple points, transition points, melting points, freezingpointsolubility data, solubilities, cryoscopic data, effect of pressure
 Osmotic pressure
 Properties of surfaces: Surface tension ; surface energy and related properties, including the properties of thin layers and of surface solutions.
 v. 5. Viscosity and fluidity
 Kinetics of physical processes
 Heat capacity (Specific heat)
 Mechanical equivalent of heat
 Thermal effects accompanying physical and chemical processes
 Thermal conductivity
 Radiometry (Heat and light)
 Spectroscopy
 Photometry
 Mechanical equivalent of light
 Photography
 Properties of soaps and their aqueous solutions
 Index, vols. IV.
 v. 6. Xray data
 Electronics and gas conduction
 Dielectric properties
 Electrical conductivity and resistivity
 Pyro and Piezoelectricity
 Thermoelectricity
 Transference numbers of electrolytes in aqueous solution
 Electrolytic electromotive force
 Electrical and optical properties of SiO2
 Magnetism
 Atmospheric electricity
 Terrestrial magnetism
 Acoustics.
 v. 7. Refractivity
 Electric and magnetic birefringence
 Kinetics of chemical processes
 Absorption spectra of dyes
 Viscosity of pure liquids
 Free energy of chemical substances (Thermodynamics)
 Solubility of slightly soluble salts in aqueous solutions of electrolytes
 Optical rotarory power of solid crystals
 Optical rotatory power of liquids and solutions
 Commercial explosives
 Complete list of journals and their key numbers.
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 2nd ed.  Beaverton, OR : Vernier Software & Technology, c2000.
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 M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, 19411949
 The Journey, January 29 to February 7, 1949
 Early Life and Education, London, 19031929
 Medical Physicist Part I, London, 19291944
 The Unknown Years and UNESCO, Paris, 19441948
 Replacing Radium, 19371949
 The Arrival, Houston, February 1949
 The Cobalt Unit, 19491954
 Medical Physicist Part II, Houston, 19491951
 Cobalt60 and the Notebook
 Cobalt60 in Perspective.
 Heidelberg ; New York : Springer, ©2012.
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 Theory and Experiment  why we need TDDFT. ShortPulse Physics / Franck Lépine
 Spectroscopy in the Frequency Domain / Simo Huotari
 The Microscopic Description of a Macroscopic Experiment / Silvana Botti, Matteo Gatti
 Basic theory. Introduction to TDDFT / Eberhard K.U. Gross, Neepa T. Maitra
 Exact Conditions and Their Relevance in TDDFT / Lucas O. Wagner, Zenghui Yang, Kieron Burke
 Orbital Functionals / Stephan Kümmel
 Response Functions in TDDFT: Concepts and Implementation / David A. Strubbe, Lauri Lehtovaara, Angel Rubio, Miguel A.L. Marques, Steven G. Louie
 Memory: History, InitialState Dependence, and DoubleExcitations / Neepa T. Maitra
 Advanced concepts. Beyond the RungeGross Theorem / Michael Ruggenthaler, Robert van Leeuwen
 Open Quantum Systems: Density Matrix Formalism and Applications / David G. Tempel, Joel YuenZhou, Alán AspuruGuzik
 Open Quantum Systems: A Stochastic Perspective / Heiko Appel
 Multicomponent DensityFunctional Theory / Robert van Leeuwen, Eberhard K.U. Gross
 Quantum Optimal Control / Alberto Castro, Eberhard K.U. Gross
 Realtime dynamics. NonBornOppenheimer Dynamics and Conical Intersections / Mark E. Casida, Bhaarathi Natarajan, Thierry Deutsch
 On the Combination of TDDFT with Molecular Dynamics: New Developments / José L. Alonso, Alberto Castro, Pablo Echenique, Angel Rubio
 ExcitedState Properties and Dynamics / Dmitrij Rappoport, Jürg Hutter
 Electronic Transport / Stefan Kurth
 Atoms and Molecules in Strong Laser Fields / Carsten A. Ullrich, André D. Bandrauk
 Numerical aspects. The LiouvilleLanczos Approach to TimeDependent DensityFunctional (Perturbation) Theory / Stefano Baroni, Ralph Gebauer
 The Projector Augmented Wave Method / Lauri Lehtovaara
 Harnessing the Power of Graphic Processing Units / Xavier Andrade, Luigi Genovese
 TDDFT vs other theoretical techniques. Dispersion (van der Waals) Forces and TDDFT / John F. Dobson
 Nonlocal Van Der Waals Density Functionals Based on Local Response Models / Oleg A. Vydrov, Troy Van Voorhis
 TimeDependent Current Density Functional Theory / Giovanni Vignale
 TimeDependent Deformation Functional Theory / Ilya V. Tokatly
 TimeDependent Reduced Density Matrix Functional Theory / Klaas J.H. Giesbertz, Oleg V. Gritsenko, Evert Jan Baerends.
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32. Matter, building block of the universe [1993]
 1st ed.  Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice  Hall, c1993.
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 General properties of matter: Matter; Mass and weight; Volume and density
 Physical and chemical changes: Phases of matter; Phase changes; Chemical properties and changes
 Mixtures, elements, and compounds: Classes of matter; Mixtures; Elements; Compounds
 Atoms, building blocks of matter: Atomic model of matter; Structure of the atom; Forces within the atom
 Classification of elements, the periodic table: Arranging the elements; Design of the periodic table; Chemical families; Periodic properties of the elements
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35. Journal of the Faculty of Science, Niigata University. Series I, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry [1953  1963]
 Niigata [Japan] : Faculty of Science, Niigata University, 19531963.
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 BIFI 2008 (3rd : 2008 : Zaragoza, Spain)
 Melville, N.Y. : American Institute of Physics, 2008.
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Computational simulations are an essential tool for the study of complex systems, ranging from biological relevant molecules, such as proteins or DNA, to spin glasses or the hot plasma inside nuclear fusion reactors. In the BIFI 2008 conference, leading scientists in these fields gathered to communicate and discuss the most recent findings with a wide audience of physicists, chemists and biologists.
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 Kaufman, Myron, 1937
 London : Imperial College Press ; Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ : Distributed by World Scientific, c2011.
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 Introduction
 Order
 Particles
 Forces
 Waves
 Energy
 ParticleWaves
 New Physics
 Atoms
 Elements
 Compounds
 Organic Compounds
 Entropy
 Equilibrium and SteadyState
 Life
 Components of Life
 Molecules of Life
 Information for Life
 Our Bodies
 The Nervous System
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41. Linearscaling techniques in computational chemistry and physics : methods and applications [2011]
 Dordrecht ; London : Springer, 2011.
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 Including chapters on: Linear scaling second order Moller Plesset perturbation theory. Divideandconquer approaches to quantum chemistry: Theory and implementation. Mathematical formulation of the fragment molecular orbital method. Linear scaling for metallic systems by the KorringaKohnRostoker multiplescattering method. Density matrix methods in linear scaling electronic structure theory. Methods for HartreeFock and density functional theory electronic structure calculations with linearly scaling processor time and memory usage. Some thoughts on the scope of the linear scaling selfconsistent field electrnic structure methods. The linear scaling semiempirical localSCF method and the finite LMO approximation. Molecular Tailoring: an Art of the Possible for Ab Initio Treatment of Large Molecules and Molecular Clusters. Local approximations for an efficient treatment of electron correlation and electron excitations in molecules.
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42. Adsorption and diffusion [2008]
 Berlin : Springer, c 2008.
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 Fundamentals of Adsorption Equilibrium and Kinetics in Microporous Solids. Measurement of Diffusion in Microporous Solids by Macroscopic Methods. Diffusion Measurements by NMR Techniques. Application of IR Spectroscopy, IR Microscopy, and Optical Interference Microscopy to Diffusion in Zeolites. Investigation of Diffusion in Molecular Sieves by Neutron Scattering Techniques. Frequency Response Measurements of Diffusion in Microporous Materials. Positron Emission Profiling: a Study of Hydrocarbon Diffusivity in MFI Zeolites. SingleFile Diffusion in Zeolites.
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 Note continued: 3.6. Effect of Environment on Photodissociation of Formamide
 3.7. Conclusions and Final Remarks
 References
 4. Design of Catalysts for Asymmetric Organic Reactions Through Density Functional Calculations / Raghavan B. Sunoj
 4.1. Introduction
 4.1.1. Organocatalytic Reactions and Theoretical Models
 4.1.2. Sulfur Ylide Promoted Reactions
 4.2. Computational Methods
 4.2.1. Terminology
 4.3. Results and Discussion
 4.3.1. Intermolecular Aldol Reaction
 4.3.2. Sulfur Ylide Promoted Reactions
 4.4. Summary
 References
 5. Reactive Processes with Molecular Simulations / Markus Meuwly
 5.1. Introduction
 5.2. Conceptual Approaches
 5.2.1. Molecular Mechanics with Proton Transfer
 5.2.2. Reactive Molecular Dynamics
 5.2.3. Empirical Valence Bond
 5.2.4. ReaxFF
 5.2.5. Other Approaches
 5.3. Applications
 5.3.1. Proton Transfer Reactions
 5.3.2. Ligand Binding in Heme Proteins
 5.4. Outlook
 References
 6. Theoretical Studies of Polymerisation Reactions / Grzegorz Krasinski
 6.1. Introduction
 6.1.1. Methods for Modelling of Polymers
 6.1.2. LargeScale Molecular Modelling Calculations on Biological Systems
 6.1.3. Molecular Modelling Software for Describing Transition Structures and Minimum Energy Paths
 6.2. Computational Quantum Chemistry Studies of Polymerisation Mechanisms
 6.2.1. Solvent Effects
 6.2.2. FreeRadical Polymerisation
 6.2.3. Ionic Polymerisation
 6.2.4. Coordination Polymerisation
 6.2.5. Polycondensation
 6.3. Enzymatic Reactions
 6.4. Structural Studies
 6.5. Summary
 References
 7. Evaluation of Proton Transfer in DNA Constituents: Development and Application of Ab Initio Based Reaction Kinetics / Jerzy Leszczynski
 7.1. Introduction
 7.2. Methodology.
 Note continued: 7.2.1. Ab Initio Based Computation of Reaction Rates
 7.2.2. Numerical Solution of a System of Rate Equations
 7.3. Applications of the Reaction Kinetics Models to the Studies of Proton Transfer in DNA Constituents
 7.3.1. Tautomerization of Nucleobases in the Gas Phase
 7.3.2. Tautomerization of Isolated and Monohydrated Cytosine and Guanine at Room Temperature
 7.3.3. Role of Hydrated Metal Ions for Nucleic Acids Stabilization
 7.3.4. Gas Phase Tautomerization in AT and GC Pairs of DNA Bases
 7.4. Conclusions
 References
 8. Simulation of Charge Transfer in DNA / Marcus Elstner
 8.1. Introduction
 8.1.1. Basics of Hole Transfer in DNA
 8.1.2. Experimental Studies
 8.1.3. Theory and Computation
 8.1.4. Subject of This Contribution
 8.2. ChargeTransfer Parameters
 8.2.1. Ionization Potentials
 8.2.2. Electronic Couplings
 8.2.3. CT Parameters Within the FragmentOrbital Approach
 8.2.4. Summary
 8.3. Effect of Dynamics and Environment on CT Parameters
 8.3.1. Electronic Couplings
 8.3.2. Ionization Potentials
 8.3.3. Computation of CT Parameters Along MD Trajectories
 8.3.4. Summary
 8.4. Quantum Dynamics of a Hole in DNA
 8.4.1. Integration of the TimeDependent Schrodinger Equation
 8.4.2. Simulation of Hole Transfer Over Adenine Bridges
 8.4.3. Summary
 8.5. Solvent Reorganization Energy and DeLocalization of the Hole
 8.5.1. Polarization of the Environment by the Hole Charge
 8.5.2. Solvent Reorganization Energy
 8.5.3. Spatial Extent of the Hole
 8.5.4. How to Include the Response of Solvent in the Simulation?
 8.6. Summary, Conclusions and Outlook
 8.6.1. Fundamental Mechanism of Charge Transfer
 8.6.2. De/localization of the Hole
 8.6.3. Requirements on a Computational Model
 References.
 Note continued: 9. QuantumMechanical Molecular Dynamics of Charge Transfer / Claudio N. Cavasotto
 9.1. Introduction
 9.2. Theoretical Part
 9.3. Notion of Charge Transfer
 9.3.1. QM MD of Ubiquitin in Explicit Water
 9.3.2. Charge Transfer Inside Protein
 9.3.3. Charge Transfer Channel
 9.3.4. Inequality Among SameType Amino Acids
 9.3.5. ProteinSolvent Charge Transfer
 9.4. Implications of Charge Transfer
 References
 10. Beyond Standard Quantum Chemical SemiClassic Approaches: Towards a Quantum Theory of Enzyme Catalysis / Orlando Tapia
 10.1. Introduction
 10.2. Enzyme Catalyzed Reactions
 10.2.1. Transition Structures and Chemical Mechanisms
 10.3. Exact Quantum Schemes
 10.4. SemiClassic Schemes and Beyond
 10.4.1. Semiclassic Hamiltonian Models
 10.4.2. Invariant Electronic Configuration Space Models
 10.4.3. "Mobile" ElectronicConfigurationSpace: Nodal Envelope States
 10.5. Quantum Aspects of Catalysis
 10.5.1. Model Quantum Catalyst: H + H and H2
 10.5.2. Quantum Transition States
 10.5.3. Abstract BO Transition Structures
 10.6. Angular Momentum (Spin) and Chemical reactivity
 10.6.1. SpinSpace Separation and Chemical Reactivity
 10.7. Photorespiration: Dioxygen
 10.8. More Light
 References
 11. Molecular Dynamics Simulations: Difficulties, Solutions and Strategies for Treating Metalloenzymes / Maria Joao Ramos
 11.1. Introduction
 11.2. Biomolecular Force Fields
 11.2.1. AMBER
 11.2.2. CHARMM
 11.2.3. OPLS
 11.3. Difficulties in Treating a Metalloenzyme
 11.4. Parameterization Strategies for Metalloproteins
 11.4.1. NonBonded Model Approach
 11.4.2. Bonded Model Approach
 11.4.3. Cationic Dummy Atom Approach
 11.4.4. Alternative Formulations
 11.5. Farnesyltransferase as a Test Case
 11.5.1. Target Protein.
 Note continued: 11.5.2. Initial Strategies
 11.5.3. Setting a Bonded Model Simulation
 11.5.4. Validation and Application
 11.6. Summary
 References
 12. QM/MM Energy Functions, Configuration Optimizations, and Free Energy Simulations of Enzyme Catalysis / Haiyan Liu
 12.1. Enzyme Catalysis and QM/MM Modeling
 12.1.1. NonCovalent Contributions to Enzyme Catalysis
 12.1.2. Modeling NonCovalent Interactions in Enzyme Reactions by QM/MM
 12.2. QM/MM as Potential Energy Models
 12.2.1. Mechanical Embedding QM/MM
 12.2.2. Electrostatic QM/MM
 12.2.3. QM/MM Partitioning and the Treatment of Boundaries
 12.2.4. Long Range Electrostatic Effects
 12.3. Optimization and Sampling in QM/MM Configuration Spaces
 12.3.1. Effects of System Sizes and Computational Characteristics of QM/MM
 12.3.2. Optimization on QM/MM Potential Energy Surfaces
 12.3.3. Free Energies and Sampling in QM/MM Configuration Spaces
 12.4. Applying QM/MM to Enzymatic Systems
 12.4.1. Practical Issues
 12.4.2. Learning How Enzymes Work Through QM/MM Modeling
 References
 13. Computational Modeling of Biological Systems: The LDH Story / Inaki Tunon
 13.1. Introduction
 13.2. Gas Phase Calculations
 13.3. Inclusion of Environment Effects
 13.3.1. Cluster Models
 13.3.2. QM/MM Methods
 13.4. Statistical Simulations
 13.4.1. Free Energy Perturbation (FEP)
 13.4.2. Potential of Mean Force (PMF)
 13.5. Large Scale Conformational Changes and Averaged Kinetic Properties
 13.6. Conclusions
 References
 14. Enzyme Dynamics and Catalysis: Insights from Simulations / Adrian J. Mulholland
 14.1. Introduction
 14.2. Challenges in Biomolecular Simulation
 14.3. Protein Dynamics and Enzyme Conformational Changes
 14.3.1. Scavenger Decapping Enzyme (DcpS)
 14.3.2. Phosphomannomutase/Phosphoglucomutase.
 Note continued: 14.4. Enzyme Catalysis
 14.4.1. Chorismate Mutase
 14.5. Enzyme Reaction Mechanisms
 14.5.1. Citrate Synthase
 14.5.2. Hen Egg White Lysozyme
 14.5.3. Aromatic Amine Dehydrogenase
 14.6. Conclusions
 References
 15. Transport Mechanism in the Escherichia coli Ammonia Channel AmtB: A Computational Study / Yuchun Lin
 15.1. Overview
 15.2. Experimental Evidences on Escherichia coli AmtB Channel
 15.3. Computational Methods
 15.4. Computational Studies
 15.4.1. Molecular Dynamics at the Molecular Mechanical Level
 15.4.2. Combined QM(DFT)/MM Studies
 15.4.3. Combined QM(PM3)/MM Molecular Dynamics Simulations
 15.5. Summary
 References
 16. Challenges for Computer Simulations in Drug Design / Klaus R. Liedl
 16.1. Introduction
 16.2. MD Simulations
 16.3. Role of Simulations in the Drug Discovery Process
 16.4. Virtual Screening and MD Simulations
 16.4.1. Pharmacophore Modelling
 16.4.2. Docking
 16.5. Prediction of Gibbs Free Energy of Binding
 16.5.1. MM/PB (GB)SA
 16.5.2. LIE Approach
 16.5.3. FEP/TI
 16.6. Elucidation of Structural Function Using Simulations
 16.6.1. GPCRs
 16.6.2. Water
 16.7. Perspective
 References
 17. Interpretation of Kinetic Isotope Effects in Enzymatic Cleavage of CarbonHydrogen Bonds / Zorka Smedarchina
 17.1. Introduction
 17.2. Model
 17.3. Physical Parameters
 17.4. Application to Lipoxygenase1
 17.5. Application to Free Radical Transfer
 17.6. Application to Methylamine Dehydrogenase
 17.7. Discussion
 References
 18. Tunneling Transmission Coefficients: Toward More Accurate and Practical Implementations / Antonio FernandezRamos
 18.1. Introduction
 18.2. Tunneling Transmission Coefficients
 18.3. Practical Implementation of the LCG4 and LAG4 Methods.
 Note continued: 18.4. Transmission Coefficients and KIEs
 References
 19. Integrating Computational Methods with Experiment Uncovers the Role of Dynamics in EnzymeCatalysed HTunnelling Reactions / Nigel S. Scrutton
 19.1. Introduction
 19.2. HTunneling Reactions as Probes of Dynamics
 19.2.1. Hydrogen Atom Transfer in Soybean Lipoxygenase1
 19.2.2. Hydride Transfer in Morphinone Reductase
 19.3. Computational Techniques for Atomistic Analysis of Promoting Vibrations
 19.3.1. Spectral Density Analysis Reveals a Promoting Vibration in Horse Liver Alcohol Dehydrogenase
 19.3.2. Spectral Densities Coupled with Digital Filtering of Atomic Motions Reveal a Complicated Picture in Aromatic Amine Dehydrogenase
 19.3.3. Potential Energy Scans Reveal the Effect of the Promoting Vibration on Barrier Scaling in AADH
 19.4. Role of LongRange Coupled Motions
 19.4.1. Coupled Motions of Different Timescales in DHFR
 19.4.2. Proposed Conserved Network of Vibrations in HLADH
 19.4.3. SmallScale, Local Promoting Vibration in AADH
 19.5. Discussion and Future Perspectives
 References.
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 London, Chapman & Hall, 1958.
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45. Theoretical division, January 1979 [1979]
 Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory.
 [Los Alamos, N.M. : U.S. G.P.O.], 1979.
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 Nickell, Duane S.
 New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, c2010.
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Imagine visiting a topsecret government lab, one that was a key site for the development of nuclear weapons and nuclear fusion technology in the twentieth century. Well, even in today's world of colorcoded security levels, the doors of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California are open to you. And it's just one of the many surprising stops along the way in Duane S. Nickell's captivating new edition of the "Scientific Traveler" series, "Guidebook for the Scientific Traveler: Visiting Physics and Chemistry Sites across America". Are you in the mood for a trip to the Titan Missile Museum in Tucson? Want to spend some time at the Fermi National Accelerator Center near Chicago? Perhaps quench your thirst for knowledge and discovery at the AnheuserBusch Brewery in St. Louis, where brewers are chemists at heart? Set your own pace. As an active participant or living room traveler, you'll be mesmerized as Nickell leads you on a tour of physics and chemistry sites. Written in an easytoread and accessible style, this comprehensive guide is a practical and fun way to promote scientific literacy. You'll meet some of the world's great physicists, engineers, and chemists as you turn pages filled with more than fifty photographs. Organized into chapters on individuals, places, and sites  from universities of science to national laboratories, particle accelerators to energy labs and beyond  Nickell illuminates the history of each topic and paints a panorama of stunning achievements in physics and chemistry. Whether you're traveling in California or Maine, or taking to the road in Texas or Illinois, Nickell helps complete your trip with a statebystate list of monumental sites and resources. From the east coast to the west, north by northwest, or south in search of the Florida Solar Power Energy Center, you'll enjoy all your scientific travels with "Visiting Physics and Chemistry Sites across America".
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 Berlin ; New York : SpringerVerlag, [1990]
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QC61 .L331 1990  Inlibrary use 
 26th ed.  Cleveland, Chemical Rubber Pub. Co. [1942]
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 On Aristotle's On comingtobe and perishing 2.25. English
 Alexander, of Aphrodisias.
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50. Physics and chemistry of ice [2007]
 International Conference on the Physics and Chemistry of Ice (11th : 2006 : Bremerhaven, Germany)
 Cambridge : RSC Publishing, c2007.
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 Book — xv, 703 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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 Invited Papers: MOLECULAR SIMULATIONS OF GAS HYDRATE NUCLEATION
 EXTRATERRESTRIAL ICE WITH EMPHASIS ON AGGREGATION/ INTERACTION WITH ORGANIC MATTER: COLLISIONAL AND ACCRETIONAL PROPERTIES OF MODEL PARTICLES
 INTERACTIONS BETWEEN SNOW METAMORPHISM AND CLIMATE: PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL ASPECTS
 ICE ADHESION AND ICE FRICTION MODIFICATION USING PULSED THERMAL POWER
 IMPROVING OUR UNDERSTANDING OF GAS HYDRATE FORMATION PROCESSES: THE IMPORTANCE OF MULTITECHNIQUE APPROACHES
 FAST THERMAL DESORPTION SPECTROSCOPY AND MICROCALORIMETRY: NEW TOOLS TO UNCOVER MYSTERIES OF ICE
 SELECTION FOR 'ICE RESISTANCE', ANTIFREEZE PROTEINS AND ICE OR HYDRATE INHIBITION
 Contributed Papers: RAMAN SCATTERING STUDY OF PROTON ORDERED ICEXI SINGLE CRYSTAL
 ON THE PERFORMANCE OF SIMPLE PLANAR MODELS OF WATER IN THE VAPOR AND THE ICE PHASES
 PHASES OF SUPERCOOLED LIQUID WATER
 USING GAUSSIAN CURVATURE FOR THE 3D SEGMENTATION OF SNOW GRAINS FROM MICROTOMOGRAPHIC DATA
 ETHANOL HYDRATES FORMED BY GAS CONDENSATION: INVESTIGATIONS BY RAMAN SCATTERING AND XRAY DIFFRACTION
 DISLOCATION PATTERNING AND DEFORMATION PROCESSES IN ICE SINGLE CRYSTALS DEFORMED BY TORSIONFORMATION OF CARBON DIOXIDE GAS HYDRATES IN FREEZING SEDIMENTS AND DECOMPOSITION KINETICS OF THE HYDRATES FORMED
 FIRSTPRINCIPLES STUDY OF BJERRUM DEFECTS IN ICE Ih: AN ANALYSIS OF FORMATION AND MIGRATION PROPERTIES
 FIRSTPRINCIPLES STUDY OF MOLECULAR POINT DEFECTS IN ICE Ih: INTERSTITIAL VS. VACANCY
 FROM ICE TO CO2 HYDRATES AND BACK  STUDY OF NUCLEATION AND INITIAL GROWTH USING SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY
 THE TEMPERATURE GRADIENT METAMORPHISM OF SNOW: MODEL AND FIRST VALIDATIONS USING XRAY MICROTOMOGRAPHIC IMAGES
 SUM FREQUENCY GENERATION ON SINGLECRYSTALLINE ICE Ih
 MODELLING ICE Ic OF DIFFERENT ORIGIN AND STACKINGFAULTED HEXAGONAL ICE USING NEUTRON POWDER DIFFRACTION DATA
 FUNDAMENTAL STUDIES FOR A NEW H2 SEPARATION METHOD USING GAS HYDRATES
 SEGREGATION OF SALT IONS AT AMORPHOUS SOLID AND LIQUID SURFACES
 THEORETICAL STUDY ON GASES IN HEXAGONAL ICE INVESTIGATED BY THE MOLECULAR ORBITAL METHOD
 DEVELOPMENT OF IN SITU LOW TEMPERATURE INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY FOR A STUDY OF METHANE HYDRATE
 A MECHANISM FOR PHOTOCHEMICAL REACTIONS IN THE QUASILIQUID LAYER OF SNOW CRYSTALS IN POLAR REGIONS
 TOPOLOGICAL TRANSITIONS BETWEEN ICE PHASES
 THE IMPORTANCE OF OO BONDING INTERACTIONS IN VARIOUS PHASES OF ICE
 THE CHEMICAL CHARACTER OF VERY HIGH PRESSURE ICE PHASES
 REALSPACE STUDY OF MECHANICAL INSTABILITY OF ICE XI ON A 'BONDBYBOND' BASIS
 WATERVAPOR TRANSPORT IN SNOW WITH HIGH TEMPERATURE GRADIENT
 EXPERIMENTAL GEOSCIENCE IN A FREEZER: ICE AND ICY COMPOUNDS AS USEFUL EDUCATIONAL ANALOGUES FOR TEACHING EARTH AND PLANETARY MATERIALS SCIENCE AND THE PHYSICAL SCIENCES
 CLASSIFICATION OF LOWENERGY CONFIGURATIONS OF POLYHEDRAL WATER CLUSTERS FROM CUBE UP TO BACKMINSTERFULLERENE
 ENERGY OPTIMIZATION OF GAS HYDRATE FRAMEWORKS ON THE BASIS OF DISCRETE MODELS OF INTERMOLECULAR INTERACTIONS
 MICROSTRUCTURE OF GAS HYDRATES IN POROUS MEDIA
 TACKLING THE PROBLEM OF HYDROGEN BOND ORDER AND DISORDER IN ICE
 THEORETICAL STUDY OF A HYDROXIDE ION WITHIN THE ICEIh LATTICE
 ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY OF REARRANGING ICE SURFACES
 IONISATION OF HCl ON ICE AT VERY LOW TEMPERATURE
 EFFECTS OF LARGE GUEST SPECIES ON THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF STRUCTUREH HYDRATES
 PREDICTION OF THE CELLULAR MICROSTRUCTURE OF SEA ICE BY MORPHOLOGICAL STABILITY THEORY
 THE PLANARCELLULAR TRANSITION DURING FREEZING OF NATURAL WATERS
 CRYSTAL GROWTH OF ICEI/HYDRATE EUTECTIC BINARY SOLUTIONS
 XRAY TOMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERIZATION OF IMPURITIES IN POLYCRYSTALLINE ICE
 EFFECTS OF ADDITIVES AND COOLING RATES ON CRYOPRESERVATION PROCESS OF RAT CORTICAL CELLS
 LABORATORY STUDIES OF THE FORMATION OF CUBIC ICE IN AQUEOUS DROPLETS
 HYDRATE PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS IMPOSED BY GAS EXCHANGE
 MECHANISM OF CAGE FORMATION DURING GROWTH OF CH4 AND Xe CLATHRATE HYDRATES: A MOLECULAR DYNAMICS STUDY
 GROWTH KINETICS ON INTERFACE BETWEEN { } PLANE OF ICE AND WATER INVESTIGATED BY A MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATION
 CHOOSING AN APPROPRIATE WATER MODEL FOR USE IN BIOMOLECULAR SIMULATIONS
 MICRORAMAN STUDY OF AIR CLATHRATE HYDRATES IN POLAR ICE FROM DOME FUJI, ANTARCTICA
 HIGH PRESSURE NMR OF HYDROGENFILLED ICES BY DIAMOND ANVIL CELL
 ON THE USE OF THE KIHARA POTENTIAL FOR HYDRATE EQUILIBRIUM CALCULATIONS
 A NEW STRUCTURE OF AMORPHOUS ICE PROMOTED BY RADIATIONS
 THE RADICAL CHEMISTRY IN IRRADIATED ICE
 SPEEDSKATE ICE FRICTION: REVIEW AND NUMERICAL MODEL  FAST 1.0
 FIRST PRINCIPLES COMPUTATIONAL STUDY OF HYDROGEN BONDS IN ICE Ih
 FREEZING OF WATER ON ?Al2O3 SURFACES
 NEW HYDROGEN ORDERED PHASES OF ICE
 MICROSCOPIC OBSERVATION AND INSITU RAMAN STUDIES ON SOME SINGLECRYSTALLINE GAS HYDRATES UNDER HIGH PRESSURE
 CLATHRATE HYDRATE FORMATION AND GROWTH: EXPERIMENTAL OBSERVATIONS VERSUS PREDICTED BEHAVIOUR
 EFFECT OF SNOW ACCRETION TO THE GPS ANTENNA ON POSITIONING PERFORMANCE
 GAS HYDRATES IN THE SYSTEM H2CH4  H2O AT PRESSURES OF 4.5 TO 220 ??? AND CONCENTRATIONS OF 0 TO 70 MOL % ?2
 CHEMISTRY INDUCED BY IMPLANTATION OF REACTIVE IONS IN WATER ICE
 STRUCTURE H HYDRATE KINETICS STUDIED BY NMR SPECTROSCOPY
 DIELECTRIC RELAXATION OF ICE SAMPLES GROWN FROM VAPORPHASE OR LIQUIDPHASE WATER
 ESR OBSERVATION OF SELFPRESERVATION EFFECT OF METHANE HYDRATE
 INVESTIGATION OF THE STRUCTURAL DISORDER IN ICE Ih USING NEUTRON DIFFRACTION AND REVERSE MONTE CARLO MODELLING
 FIRSTPRINCIPLES CALCULATION OF STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICAL PROPERTIES OF ORIENTATIONAL DEFECTS IN ICE
 EFFECTS OF ADDITIVES ON FORMATION RATES OF CO2 HYDRATE FILMS
 RIPPLE FORMATION MECHANISM ON ICICLES UNDER A THIN SHEAR FLOW
 MOLECULAR SIMULATIONS OF WATER FREEZING: BRINE REJECTION AND HOMOGENEOUS NUCLEATION
 IMPLICATIONS FOR AND FINDINGS FROM DEEP ICE CORE DRILLINGS  AN EXAMPLE: THE ULTIMATE TENSILE STRENGTH OF ICE AT HIGH STRAIN RATES
 ISOTHERMAL AMORPHOUSAMORPHOUSAMORPHOUS TRANSITIONS IN WATER
 MECHANICAL STRENGTH AND FLOW PROPERTIES OF ICESILICATE MIXTURE DEPENDING ON THE SILICATE CONTENTS AND THE SILICATE PARTICLE SIZES
 ADSORPTION OF ANTIFREEZE PROTEIN AND A COMMERCIAL LOW DOSAGE HYDRATE INHIBITIOR ON HYDROPHILIC AND HYDROPHOBIC SURFACES
 DIFFUSION, INCORPORATION, AND SEGREGATION OF ANTIFREEZE GLYCOPROTEINS AT THE ICE/SOLUTION INTERFACE
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