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New Gas Slowing Technology for Examination of New Exotic Isotopes
The ability to make high precision mass measurements will soon be realized at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory at Michigan State University. The Low Energy Beam and Ion Trap (LEBIT) project will have the ...
Recording Technology: A Progression from Phonograph to Hard Disk
The field of recording technology calls upon many disciplines of physics. From electromagnetics to acoustics and mechanics, the process of recording sound has developed along with progress in these various arenas. This ...
Photorefractive Effec in Undoped and Cr-doped BGO Samples Using Low Energy Lasers at Standard Temperature
The properties of photo refractive materials have displayed the possibility of being used for a new form of data storage. Currently, the majority of successful experiments that display this form of storage are very ...
Transducer Characterization Using First Principle Measurement Techniques
As an employee of the Bose corporation this past summer, I was able to take part in the company's strive to improve scientific understanding of sound reproduction using speakers. This paper will be divided into five main ...
Hydrogen and Fuel Cells: A Look at the Future of Transportation
Fuel cell research has reached an all-time high, and stories of the progress fuel cell technology is making are cropping up in more and more articles in a variety of media. This paper seeks to synthesize much of this ...
A Study of the Existence of Massive Neutrinos and Their Interactions
This paper will begin by describing the early neutrino experiments conducted primarily by Fredrick Reines and Clyde Cowan, also known as "Project Poltergeist." Next I will introduce neutrino theory and its vocabulary ...