The Vibrational and Electronic Spectra of Ethynylbenzene
<p> The infrared and Raman spectra of ethynylbenzene-h6, -d1, -d5 and -d6 have been analysed, and the fundamental frequencies assigned.</p> <p> Vibrational analyses of the electronic spectra of ethynylbenzene-h6, -d1, -d5...
Design of Wideband Linear Phase Surface Acoustic Wave Filters
<p> A two-part scheme for the design of wideband linear phase SAW filters is proposed. The design uses curved finger interdigital transducers, and extension of slanted finger design, to compensate for circuit effects and ...
Analysis of Rare Earths in Eudialyte of Seal Lake, Labrador by Means of X-Ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy
<p> The mineral eudialyte from Seal Lake, Labrador, was analyzed by means of x-ray fluorescence analysis for the rare earths La, Ce, Pr, Nd, Sm, Gd, Y and also for the element Zr. Samples were prepared by t...
Mytran: A Programming Language for Data Abstraction
<p> This project is about the design and implementation of a new programming language, Mytran. Two new control statements are implemented in Mytran. Data abstraction is supported through parameterized types or "type constructo...
The Design of Compound Critical Sections for open Channel Flow Measuresurement
<p> Weirs of the conventional shape are amenable to analysis based on an assumption of one-dimensional flow and a number of computational routines have been developed for this type of transition problem. When critical flo...
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