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Department of Physics, Sungkyunkwan University

Department of Physics, Sungkyunkwan University

Application of the Quark-meson coupling model to dense nuclear matter. 2005 KPS Meeting Chon Buk University. C. Y. Ryu , C. H. Hyun, and S. W. Hong. Department of Physics, Sungkyunkwan University. Application.  + in nuclear matter Hadron masses in neutron stars

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Lomonosov Moscow State University Physics Department

Lomonosov Moscow State University Physics Department

Lomonosov Moscow State University Physics Department. SPECIFIC INTERACTION OF ALBUMIN MOLECULES IN WATER SOLUTION, CONTAINING SILICON NANOPARTICLES AT DIFFERENT NET CHARGE OF PROTEIN. Ksenia A. Anenkova, G alina P. Petrova, Lubov A. Osminkina, Konstantin P. Tamarov.

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Zelimir Djurcic Physics Department Columbia University

Zelimir Djurcic Physics Department Columbia University

Status of MiniBooNE Experiment. Zelimir Djurcic Physics Department Columbia University. WIN07, Calcutta January 15-20,2007. MiniBooNE Collaboration. Y. Liu, D.Perevalov, I. Stancu Alabama S. Koutsoliotas Bucknell R.A. Johnson, J.L. Raaf Cincinnati

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Zelimir Djurcic  Physics Department Columbia University

Zelimir Djurcic Physics Department Columbia University

Backgrounds in neutrino appearance signal at MiniBooNE. Zelimir Djurcic Physics Department Columbia University. Before the MiniBooNE: The LSND Experiment. LSND took data from 1993-98 - 49,000 Coulombs of protons - L = 30m and 20 < E n < 53 MeV.

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University of Windsor Department of Physics

University of Windsor Department of Physics

University of Windsor Department of Physics. Why Study Physics?. Physics is the foundation of modern science. It encompasses the study of the universe from the largest galaxies to the structure of matter : the atom, the nucleus, and quarks.

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Zelimir Djurcic  Physics Department Columbia University

Zelimir Djurcic Physics Department Columbia University

Neutrino Oscillation Search at MiniBooNE. Zelimir Djurcic Physics Department Columbia University. Neutrino Oscillation Workshop Conca Specchiulla, Italy September 9-16, 2006. MiniBooNE Collaboration. Y. Liu, D.Perevalov, I. Stancu Alabama S. Koutsoliotas Bucknell

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Zelimir Djurcic Physics Department Columbia University

Zelimir Djurcic Physics Department Columbia University

Backgrounds in neutrino appearance signal at MiniBooNE. Zelimir Djurcic Physics Department Columbia University. Before the MiniBooNE: The LSND Experiment. LSND took data from 1993-98 - 49,000 Coulombs of protons - L = 30m and 20 < E n < 53 MeV .

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Physics Department, University of L’Aquila, Italy

Physics Department, University of L’Aquila, Italy

ULF FIELD-LINE RESONANCES IN THE EARTH’S MAGNETOSPHERE. Massimo Vellante. Physics Department, University of L’Aquila, Italy. BG - URSI School on Waves and Turbulence Phenomena in Space Plasmas 1-9 July, 2006, Kiten, Bulgaria. 1. ULF FIELD-LINE RESONANCES IN THE EARTH’S MAGNETOSPHERE.

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Physics Department,University of Surrey &

Physics Department,University of Surrey &

Transitions to a Low-Carbon Economy: Nuclear Power. Prof. Paddy Regan. Physics Department,University of Surrey & Radioactivity Group, National Physical Laboratory, Teddington. email: p.regan@surrey.ac.uk. 27-Feb-2014.

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