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Spin diffusion measurements : spin echoes in the presence of a time-dependent field gradient

A derivation is given of the effect of a time‐dependent magnetic field gradient on the spin‐echo experiment, particularly in the presence of spin diffusion. There are several reasons for preferring certain kinds of time‐dependent magnetic field...

Quantum mechanics and path integrals

This emended edition of the original 1965 publication corrects hundreds of typographical errors and recasts many equations for clearer comprehension.

COLORIMETRY OF TOTAL PHENOLICS WITH PHOSPHOMOLYBDIC-PHOSPHOTUNGSTIC ACID REAGENTS

Several details of the assay of total phenolic substances have been investigated and an improved procedure developed. The improvements include the use of Folin-Ciocalteu reagent rather than the Folin-Denis reagent, gallic acid as a reference standard,...

Bone: Formation by Autoinduction

Wandering histiocytes, foreign body giant cells, and inflammatory connective-tissue cells are stimulated by degradation products of dead matrix to grow in and repopulate the area of an implant of decalcified bone. Histiocytes are more numerous than any...

An algorithm for the machine calculation of complex Fourier series

An efficient method for the calculation of the interactions of a 2' factorial ex- periment was introduced by Yates and is widely known by his name. The generaliza- tion to 3' was given by Box et al. (1). Good (2) generalized these methods and gave elegant...

Inequity In Social Exchange

The process of exchange is almost continual in human interactions, and appears to have characteristics peculiar to itself, and to generate affect, motivation, and behavior that cannot be predicted unless exchange processes are understood. This chapter...

NUMERICAL CALCULATION OF TIME DEPENDENT VISCOUS INCOMPRESSIBLE FLOW OF FLUID WITH FREE SURFACE

A new technique is described for the numerical investigation of the time‐dependent flow of an incompressible fluid, the boundary of which is partially confined and partially free. The full Navier‐Stokes equations are written in finite‐difference...

The valuation of risk assets and the selection of risky investments in stock portfolios and capital budgets

This chapter discusses the problem of selecting optimal security portfolios by risk-averse investors who have the alternative of investing in risk-free securities with a positive return or borrowing at the same rate of interest and who can sell short...

The Environment and Disease: Association or Causation?

Full textFull text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (994K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. 295296297298299300

Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology.

Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology.

The limited in vitro lifetime of human diploid cell strains

This chapter discusses a study to examine that the finite lifetime of diploid cell strains in vitro may be an expression of aging or senescence at the cellular level. Human diploid cell strains WI-26, WI-38, and WI-44 were used. WI-26 was derived from...

Mutual Fund Performance

William F. Sharpe

On the Temperature Dependence of Cooperative Relaxation Properties in Glass‐Forming Liquids

A molecular‐kinetic theory, which explains the temperature dependence of relaxation behavior in glass‐forming liquids in terms of the temperature variation of the size of the cooperatively rearranging region, is presented. The size of this cooperatively...

Sap Pressure in Vascular Plants

A method is described which permits measurement of sap pressure in the xylem of vascular plants. As long predicted, sap pressures during transpiration are normally negative, ranging from -4 or -5 atmospheres in a damp forest to -80 atmospheres in the...

Autoradiographic and histological evidence of postnatal hippocampal neurogenesis in rats

In the autoradiograms of young rats injected with thymidine-H3 many of the granule cells of the dentate gyrus were found labeled. The number of labeled cells declined rapidly with increased age at the time of injection. Histological studies showed the...

INVESTMENT IN HUMANS, TECHNOLOGICAL DIFFUSION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH,

Most economic theorists have embraced the principle that certain kinds of education—the three R's, vocational training, and higher education—equip a man to perform certain jobs or functions, or enable a man to perform a given function more effectively....

Coherent X-Ray Scattering for the Hydrogen Atom in the Hydrogen Molecule

The x‐ray form factors for a bonded hydrogen in the hydrogen molecule have been calculated for a spherical approximation to the bonded atom. These factors may be better suited for the least‐squares refinement of x‐ray diffraction data from organic...

The relation between load and penetration in the axisymmetric boussinesq problem for a punch of arbitrary profile

A solution of the axisymmetric Boussinesq problem is derived from which are deduced simple formulae for the depth of penetration of the tip of a punch of arbitrary profile and for the total load which must be applied to the punch to achieve this penetration....

Predation, Body Size, and Composition of Plankton

John Langdon Brooks, Stanley I. Dodson

General Relationship for the Thermal Oxidation of Silicon

The thermal‐oxidation kinetics of silicon are examined in detail. Based on a simple model of oxidation which takes into account the reactions occurring at the two boundaries of the oxide layer as well as the diffusion process, the general relationship...

The genus Aspergillus.

Kenneth B. Raper, Dorothy I. Fennell

Evoked-Potential Correlates of Stimulus Uncertainty

The average evoked-potential waveforms to sound and light stimuli recorded from scalp in awake human subjects show differences as a function of the subject's degree of uncertainty with respect to the sensory modality of the stimulus to be presented. Differences...

Sap Pressure in Vascular Plants Negative hydrostatic pressure can be measured in plants

P. F. Scholander, Edda Bradstreet, Erik Hemmingsen, H. T. Hammel

Comparative animal physiology

C. Ladd Prosser, Frank A. Brown

The exciton model in molecular spectroscopy

H.R. Rawls, M. Ashraf El-Bayoumi

A first course in numerical analysis

Anthony Ralston, Philip Rabinowitz

RECEPTIVE FIELDS AND FUNCTIONAL ARCHITECTURE IN TWO NONSTRIATE VISUAL AREAS (18 AND 19) OF THE CAT.

RECEPTIVE FIELDS AND FUNCTIONAL ARCHITECTURE IN TWO NONSTRIATE VISUAL AREAS (18 AND 19) OF THE CAT.

On the Theory of Electron-Transfer Reactions. VI. Unified Treatment for Homogeneous and Electrode Reactions

A unified theory of homogeneous and electrochemical electron‐transfer rates is developed using statistical mechanics. The treatment is a generalization of earlier papers of this series and is concerned with seeking a fairly broad basis for the quantitative...

From Acts To Dispositions The Attribution Process In Person Perception1

This chapter describes the naive explanation of human actions, theory of correspondent inferences, personal involvement and correspondence, and the recent research concerning phenomenal causality and the attribution of intentions. The cognitive task of...

Introduction to Physical Gas Dynamics

Walter G. Vincenti, H Charles Kruger, T. Teichmann

Influence of Energy Transfer by the Exchange Mechanism on Donor Luminescence

The decay of donor luminescence in a rigid solution when modified by electronic energy transfer by the exchange mechanism is treated theoretically. The rate constant for the elementary process of energy transfer is taken to be of the Dexter form, const...

The Economics of Discretionary Behavior: Managerial Objectives in a Theory of the Firm

The Economics of Discretionary Behavior: Managerial Objectives in a Theory of the Firm

Molecular biology of the gene.

Though completely up-to-date with the latest research advances, the Sixth Edition of James D. Watson's classic book, Molecular Biology of the Gene retains the distinctive character of earlier editions that has made it the most widely used book in molecular...

Algorithm for computer control of a digital plotter

An algorithm is given for computer control of a digital plotter.The algorithm may be programmed without multiplication or division instructions and is efficient with respect to speed of execution and memory utilization.

Mineralogy and Sedimentation of Recent Deep-Sea Clay in the Atlantic Ocean and Adjacent Seas and Oceans

Semiquantitative mineral analysis has been done by X-ray diffraction on the < 2 μ- and 2–20 μ-size fractions of approximately five hundred Recent deep-sea core samples from the Atlantic, Antarctic, western Indian Oceans, and adjacent seas. Relative...

Studies on pore systems in catalysts V. The t method

Valuable information about the specific surface area, the size, and the shapes of pores, the setting in of reversible capillary condensation and of complete filling of pores may be obtained by plotting the experimental volumes of adsorbed nitrogen, Va,...

THE EFFECTS OF SURGICAL EXPOSURES OF DENTAL PULPS IN GERM-FREE AND CONVENTIONAL LABORATORY RATS.

The purpose of this study was to observe the pathologic changes resulting from untreated experimental pulp exposures in germ-free rats as compared with conventional rats with a normally complex microflora. The pulp tissues of these rats were exposed by...

Evolutionary Divergence and Convergence in Proteins

Informational macromolecules, or semantides, play a unique role in determining the properties of living matter in the perspectives that differ by the magnitude of time required for the processes involved—the short-timed biochemical reaction, the medium-timed...

The cohort as a concept in the study of social change.

Society persists despite the mortality of its individual members, through processes of demographic metabolism and particularly the annual infusion of birth cohorts. These may pose a threat to stability but they also provide the opportunity for societal...

TOTAL CROSS SECTIONS FOR IONIZATION AND ATTACHMENT IN GASES BY ELECTRON IMPACT. II. NEGATIVE-ION FORMATION

The total ionization cross sections of He, Ne, Ar, Kr, Xe, H2, D2, N2, O2, CO, NO, CO2, N2O, and CH4 have been measured from threshold to 1000 eV in a total ionization tube. More limited measurements were performed in C2H4 and SF6. Great care was taken...

A class of methods for solving nonlinear simultaneous equations

solution. The functions that require zeroing are real functions of real variables and it will be assumed that they are continuous and differentiable with respect to these variables. In many practical examples they are extremely complicated anld hence...

Randomized Response: A Survey Technique for Eliminating Evasive Answer Bias

For various reasons individuals in a sample survey may prefer not to confide to the interviewer the correct answers to certain questions. In such cases the individuals may elect not to reply at all or to reply with incorrect answers. The resulting evasive...

Principles of communication engineering

John M. Wozencraft, Irwin M. Jacobs

Quantitative Effects of Dietary Fat on Serum Cholesterol in Man

D. M. Hegsted, Robert B. McGandy, M. L. Myers, Fredrick J. Stare

Phase Separation by Spinodal Decomposition in Isotropic Systems

The theory of phase separation from a single phase fluid by a spinodal mechanism is given. The predicted structure may be described in terms of a superpositioning of sinusoidal composition modulations of a fixed wavelength, but random in amplitude, orientation,...

Complex formation between ethidium bromide and nucleic acids.

Complex formation between ethidium bromide and nucleic acids.

The Theory of Branching Processes

D. E. Barton, Theodore Edward Harris

Lectures on elliptic boundary value problems

Shmuel Agmon, B. Frank Jones, George W. Batten

Awareness of dying

A study of the process of dying in American hospitals focuses upon discernible recurrent patterns of interaction between staff members, terminally ill patients, and their families. Strauss and Glaser suppose that the expectation of death by both the dying...

Random Walks on Lattices. II

Formulas are obtained for the mean first passage times (as well as their dispersion) in random walks from the origin to an arbitrary lattice point on a periodic space lattice with periodic boundary conditions. Generally this time is proportional to the...

On the Structure of Hopf Algebras

John Milnor, John C. Moore

Pathologic Anatomy of the Pancreas in Juvenile Diabetes Mellitus

Pathologic Anatomy of the Pancreas in Juvenile Diabetes Mellitus

Dominance and Diversity in Land Plant Communities

Most plant communities consist of several or many species which compete for light, water, and nutrients. Species in a given community may be ranked by their relative success in competition; productivity seems to be the best measure of their success or...

The Early Growth of Logic in the Child

E. A. Peel, Bärbel Inhelder, Jean Piaget, E. A. Lunzer, D. Papert

PROBLEMS OF EXPERIMENTAL TRIALS OF THERAPY IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS: REPORT BY THE PANEL ON THE EVALUATION OF EXPERIMENTAL TRIALS OF THERAPY IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

George A. Schumacher, Beebe Gw, Robert F. Kibler, Leonard T. Kurland, John F. Kurtzke, Fletcher McDowell, W. W. Tourtellotte, Thomas L. Willmon

Probability and statistics for engineers

Irwin Miller, John E. Freund

Structure of Hen Egg-White Lysozyme: A Three-dimensional Fourier Synthesis at 2 |[angst]| Resolution

C. C. F. Blake, D. F. Koenig, G. A. Mair, A. C. T. North, D. C. Phillips, Vishnu Sarma

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