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Nonaka and others, JSME. C58-546.1992 115.  [c.839]

R. E. Goldstein and D. P. Jackson, J. Phys. Chem., 98, 9626 (1994).  [c.565]

Jackson J D 1975 Classical Electrodynamics (New York Wiley)  [c.278]

Gutowsky H S and Holm C H 1975 Time-dependent magnetic perturbations Dynamic Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy ed L M Jackman and F A Cotton (New York Academic) pp 1-21  [c.2146]

Watson S, Jesson B J, Carter E A and Madden P A 1998 Ab initio pseudopotentials for orbital-free density functional Europhys. Lett. 41 37-42  [c.2232]

Anta J A, Jesson B J and Madden P A 1998 Ion-electron correlations In liquid metals from orbital-free ab initio molecular dynamics Phys. Rev. B 58 6124-32  [c.2233]

Jackson B 1994 Quantum and semiclassical calculations of gas surface energy transfer and sticking Comput. Rhys. Commun. 80 119  [c.2323]

Jackson B and Metiu H 1985 An examination of the use of wave packets for the calculation of atom diffraction by surfaces J. Chem. Phys. 83 1952  [c.2325]

Jessen P S and Deutsch I H 1996 Optical lattices Adv. At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 37 95-138  [c.2480]

J. L. Jackson and R. E. Wyatt, Chem. Phys. Lett. 18, 161 (1973).  [c.90]

J, D. Jackson, Classical Electrodynamics, 3rd ed., John Wiley Sons, Inc., 1998, p, 275.  [c.735]

Another design option that can be considered if a column will not fit is use of an intermediate reboiler or condenser. An intermediate condenser is illustrated in Fig. 14.5. The shape of the box is now altered because the intermediate condenser changes the heat flow through the column. The particular design shown in Fig. 14.5 would require that at least part of the heat rejected from the intermediate condenser be passed to the process. An analogous approach can be used to evaluate the possibilities for use of intermediate reboilers. Flower and Jackson," Kayihan, and Dhole and Linnhofl have presented procedures for the location of intermediate reboilers and condensers.  [c.346]

Flower, J. R., and Jackson, M. A., Energy Requirements in the Separation of Mixture by Distillation, Trans. IChemE, 42 T249, 1964.  [c.353]

Minkov,D. and Shoji,T., To be presented at the 1998 Annual Spring Meeting of JSME in Tokyo  [c.692]

Nonaka and others,JSME.C58-546.1992 115. d.Tamura and Onozawa,Proceeding of JWS.60.  [c.854]

G. H. Gilmer, H. J. Leamy, and K. A. Jackson, J. Crystal Growth, TAIIS, 495 (1974).  [c.343]

B. Y. Yue, C. M. Jackson, J. A. G. Taylor, J. Mingins, and B. A. Pethica, J. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans. I, 72, 2685 (1976).  [c.567]

Allen S M and Cahn J W 1979 Acta. Metall. 27 1085 see also Ohta T, Jasnow D and Kawasaki K 1982 Phys. Rev. Lett. 49 1223 for the model A scaled structure factor  [c.758]

Shalashilin D V, Jackson B and Persson M 1999 Eley-Rideal and hot atom reactions of H(D) atoms with D(H)-covered Cu(111) surfaces quasiclassical studies J. Chem. Phys. 110 11 038  [c.919]

Mastuura S, Blake G A, Wyss R, Pearson J, Kadow C, Jackson A and Gossard A C 1999 A travelling-wave photomixer based on angle-tuned phase matching Appl. Rhys. Lett. 74 2872-4  [c.1261]

Joachain C J 1975 Quantum Collision Theory (Amsterdam North-Holland) p 383  [c.2057]

Freeman R and Hiii H D W 1975 Determination of spin-spin reiaxation time in high-resoiution NMR Dynamic Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy e6 L M Jaokman and F A Cotton (New York Aoademio) p 131-62  [c.2113]

Jesson B J, Foley M and Madden P A 1997 Thermal properties of the self-interstitlal In aluminum an ab initio molecular-dynamics study Pbys. Rev. B 55 4941-6  [c.2233]

Gil-Villegas A, McGrother S C and Jackson G 1997 Reaction-field and Ewald summation methods in Monte Carlo simulations of dipolar liquid crystals Mol. Phys. 92 723-34  [c.2282]

Jackson J D 1962 CiassicaiEiectrodynamics (New York Wiley) Born M and Wolf E 1970 Principies of Optics (Oxford Pergamon)  [c.2875]

S. Sawada, R. Heather, B. Jackson, and H. Methiu, J. Chem. Phys. 83, 3009 (1985).  [c.319]

Fig. 4. Radial distribution functions between the centre of a test cavity and the (jxygen atom of the surrounding water. The curves correspond to the different barrier heights for the softcore interaction illustrated in Fig. 3 Fig. 4. Radial distribution functions between the centre of a test cavity and the (jxygen atom of the surrounding water. The curves correspond to the different barrier heights for the softcore interaction illustrated in Fig. 3
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