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Sulphur Isotope Fractionation in Smelter Emission Streams and Precipitation Sudbury, Ontario
<p> International Nickel Company's 1250 ft. stack located in Sudbury, Ontario emits an estimated 3,000 tons of sulphur oxide daily. The purpose of this study is to investigate the use of stable sulphur isotopes as...
Thresholds to XE-135 Induced Flux Oscillations in the Pickering and Bruce Nuclear Power Reactors (Part A) / Arc Trimming of Nichrome Thin Film Microcircuits (Part B)
<p> Xenon induced flux oscillations are possible in large thermal reactors operating at high powers because of the inter-play between the xenon concentration, reactivity, and thermal flux, and the fact that xenon is produced...
Stimulus Movement and Complexity as Determinants of Infants' Visual Fixation Responses
<p> This thesis is concerned with the systematic variation of stimulus movement and complexity in order to investigate developmental changes in visual fixation. It was shown that there is a developmental transition in the ...
The Rhizoplast (Flagellar Rootlet) of Naegleria
<p> The rhizoplast (flagellar rootlet) of the amebaflagellate Naegleria gruberi has been studied in sectioned cells and in the isolated state. Since the organelle arises, as do the other components of the flagellar apparatus,&...
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