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A Study of the Angular Dependence of Nuclear Resonance Fluoresence from Europium-152 in Glass and Crystal
Nuclear effects are often used as analytical tools in atomic, chemical and biological studies. Radioisotope dating using naturally occurring isotopes can give the time elapsed since the object formed. The most common use ...
Equilibrium in a Damped, Heteroparametrically Driven Simple Pendulum
The object of this SIP was first to experimentally obtain an equilibrium state between the energy that is being pumped into the pendulum's swing via a periodic variation of its length and the energy that is lost to air ...
A Fluidic Oscillator: Providing Irregular Impulses to Rock a Preterm Infant's Water Bed
Our objective was to develop a compact, safe and inexpensive device to oscillate the infant's water bed. Such stimulation has already been shown to benefit premature infants' growth and development.