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Proceedings of the First Workshop on the Use of in situ TEM / Ion Accelerator Techniques in the Study of Radiation Damage in Solids By J.A. Hinks & S.E. Donnelly
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The First Workshop on the Use of in situ TEM/Ion Accelerator Techniques in the Study of Radiation Damage in Solids was held at the University of Salford from 18th to 20th June 2008. Countries... More > represented included Japan, USA, Australia, China, France, Brazil and the United Kingdom. These proceedings document the workshop and provide a useful reference for both the attendees and others with an interest in the field. An appendix featuring details of the transmission electron microscopes with in situ ion irradiation currently in operation around the world is also included.< Less
Quiet Stains My Teeth By Lynettra D. Artis
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The poet invites readers to consider these poems as if they were walking through different doors in her mind and witnessing the writing on the walls. The poems in this book are a sampling of several... More > different moods. Each haiku marks a change in the mood of the poetry to come after it (brooding, silly, affectionate, angry). It encompasses years of broad observations or attention to microscopic detail in one moment. This book is the first book of poems published independently by Lynettra D. Artis.< Less
Classical Mechanics By Dmitry Garanin
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Very concise graduate-level textbook on classical mechanics, mostly close to Landau & Lifshitz. Minimum words. In addition to standard material, chapters on dynamical chaos and microscopic origin... More > of damping in conservative systems are included. Rotational dynamics is illustrated by the problem of a wheel rolling on a plane (picture on the cover). Assignment problems will be published separately. Arcus NY Publishing< Less
Quiet Stains My Teeth By Lynettra D. Artis
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The poet invites readers to consider these poems as if they were walking through different doors in her mind and witnessing the writing on the walls. The poems in this book are a sampling of several... More > different moods. Each haiku marks a change in the mood of the poetry to come after it (brooding, silly, affectionate, angry). It encompasses years of broad observations or attention to microscopic detail in one moment. This book is the first book of poems published independently by Lynettra D. Artis.< Less
Color Atlas of Small Animal Necropsy By Richard Moreland
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The Color Atlas of Small Animal Necropsy was written to serve as a guide for veterinary students, technicians, and clinicians on the important aspects of necropsy in dogs and cats. Using over 230... More > vivid color photographs, it aims to show the reader the proper standardized necropsy dissection technique, as well as to familiarize the prosector with examples of common gross and microscopic lesions, detail important preparatory pre-necropsy considerations, and discuss common diseases and disease processes.< Less
Carbon Fiber By Homework Help Classof1
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A carbon fiber is a long, thin strand of material about 0.005-0.010 mm in diameter and composed mostly of carbon atoms. The carbon atoms are bonded together in microscopic crystals that are more or... More > less aligned parallel to the long axis of the fiber. The crystal alignment makes the fiber incredibly strong for its size. Several thousand carbon fibers are twisted together to form a yarn, which may be used by itself or woven into a fabric.< Less
The Promethean Galaxy By Andrew May
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Planet Earth is a constituent part of the Galaxy, but only a microscopically small part—a tiny chunk of rock. Like Prometheus, we are chained to this rock, and constrained to view the Galaxy... More > from this one perspective only. Why should we be interested in the Galaxy in the first place, and—with such a restricted viewpoint—how can we ever hope to learn anything about it? These questions are addressed in this book, which draws on an eclectic heritage of science, philosophy, mysticism, poetry and fiction.< Less
The Promethean Galaxy By Andrew May
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Planet Earth is a constituent part of the Galaxy, but only a microscopically small part—a tiny chunk of rock. Like Prometheus, we are chained to this rock, and constrained to view the Galaxy... More > from this one perspective only. Why should we be interested in the Galaxy in the first place, and—with such a restricted viewpoint—how can we ever hope to learn anything about it? These questions are addressed in this book, which draws on an eclectic heritage of science, philosophy, mysticism, poetry and fiction.< Less
Jesus in The Quran By abdul-rahman al-shaha
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Jesus Christ under the microscope of Islam How Islam sees Jesus Christ? The book talks about the most current topic in the world Is Jesus mentioned in the Bible is the same mentioned in the... More > Koran? Questions calls for curiosity This book would satisfy your curiosity, Mr. Reader wrote the book .: Dr. Abdul Rahman al-shaha< Less
The God Particle By Paul Boland
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Eric Knight, lead scientist at the Large Hadron Collider, have been firing the Large Hadron Collider in search of the elusive Higgs Boson particle, The God Particle. When one of the Micro Bangs shows... More > hopeful results that they are close to discovering the particle, they fire the L.H.C. at full power. However an astrophysicist by the name of Kai Menning voices great concern about doing just that and is worried that doing so could create a microscopic black hole. Higgs Boson is discovered. However it is then discovered that the firing has resulted in the creation of a microscopic black hole! Things go awry when the black hole breaks free of the L.H.C. complex and starts a journey across western Europe, pulling in and devouring every field, every mountain, every major city in its path! With the faith of the entire planet in jeopardy, Eric and his team must try and devise a way to destroy the black hole - a spatial anomaly that has the power to eat stars and from which not even light itself can escape!< Less

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