<p>This thesis deals with algorithms which, for a given square matrix A of order n, construct permutation matrices P and Q (if they exist) such that PAQ is a canonical form of A. The pertinent theory of ful...
Chemical Synthesis of Guanosine Oligoribonucleotides: The Synthesis of N^2-Benzoyl-2'-O-tetrahydropyranylguanosine and N^2-benzoyl-2'-O-tetrahydropyranyl-5'-O-triphenylmethoxyacetylguanosine
<p>Synthesis of oligoribonucleotides of defined sequence and length
corresponding to regions within biologically active RNA species is an
attractive proposition. The specific objective is the synthesis of
Preparation and Characterization of Evaporated Cds Films
<p> As part of a CdS-cu2s thin film solar cell research project, a CdS evaporation system was designed and built using an Edwards 19E6 coating unit. With the overall aims of the project in mind, the apparatus...
Turbulent Drag Reduction in Tubes with Polymer Solutions
<p>This thesis is a study of drag reduction with polymer solutions in tubes using a simple rheometer. The drag reduction was studied in five different small diameter tubes at Reynold's number varying from 1000 to ...
Three Essays In Industrial Organization, Law And Finance
This thesis explores three important topics spanning international asset pricing, empirical capital structure, U.S. politics, and corporate law: relationship-specific investment (RSI), contracting environment and financial performance; RSI, contracting envi...
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