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  • Diagnostic and therapeutic applications of metal nanoshells 

    Hirsch, Leon Robert (2004)
    Metal nanoshells are a new class of optically tunable core/shell nanoparticles which are finding numerous applications in biomedicine due to their biocompatibility, chemical functionability, and optical tunability in the ...
  • [Diagram of Brick Production] 

    (1874)
    A diagram showing the use of foreign captives making bricks.
  • Dial To Make Singing Debut 

    Unknown author (1959-03-06)
  • 'Dial-a-Course' instituted at Ithaca 

    Younger, Chuck (1967-02-02)
  • Dialogo Angelico (1948) 

    Melissa Suhr, flute; Lisa Carol Hardaway, flute; Petrassi, Goffredo (1904-2003) (1980-04-25)
  • Dialogo di Galileo Galilei Linceo, chart page 303 

    Galilei, Galileo, 1564-1642 (1632)
    Galileo Galilei’s Dialogo… sopra I Due Massimi del Mondo, Tolemaico e Copernicano, published in 1632 in Florence, Italy. First edition of one of the most famous banned books in history, this edition includes the famous ...
  • Dialogo di Galileo Galilei Linceo, four orbs page 384 

    Galilei, Galileo, 1564-1642 (1632)
    Galileo Galilei’s Dialogo… sopra I Due Massimi del Mondo, Tolemaico e Copernicano, published in 1632 in Florence, Italy. First edition of one of the most famous banned books in history, this edition includes the famous ...
  • Dialogo di Galileo Galilei Linceo, frontispiece 

    Galilei, Galileo, 1564-1642 (1632)
    Galileo Galilei’s Dialogo… sopra I Due Massimi del Mondo, Tolemaico e Copernicano, published in 1632 in Florence, Italy. First edition of one of the most famous banned books in history, this edition includes the famous ...
  • Dialogo di Galileo Galilei Linceo, orbit rings page 320 

    Galilei, Galileo, 1564-1642 (1632)
    Galileo Galilei’s Dialogo… sopra I Due Massimi del Mondo, Tolemaico e Copernicano, published in 1632 in Florence, Italy. First edition of one of the most famous banned books in history, this edition includes the famous ...
  • Dialogo di Galileo Galilei Linceo, title page 

    Galilei, Galileo, 1564-1642 (1632)
    Galileo Galilei’s Dialogo… sopra I Due Massimi del Mondo, Tolemaico e Copernicano, published in 1632 in Florence, Italy. First edition of one of the most famous banned books in history, this edition includes the famous ...
  • Dialogue Concerning Neural Coding and Information Theory 

    Johnson, Don (2003-08-20)
    The relations between information theory and neural coding are discussed by two researchers, one knowledgeable in information theory, the other in neuroscience. The classic information-theoretic notions of entropy, mutual ...
  • Dialogue for a clown and his wife 

    Rogers Covey-Crump, tenor; Elizabeth Lane, soprano; Robert Spencer, lute; Maurice Bevan, baritone; Mark Deller, counter-tenor; Lynne Dawson, soprano; Purcell, Henry (1659-1695) (1982-10-05)
  • Dialogue from Don Quixote 

    Travis Franklin, baritone; Edward Ben, contrabass; Susan Soderstrom, harpsichord; Wayne Moss, viola da gamba; Scott Horton, archlute; Ralph Holibaugh, recorder; Yung-Hwi Tuan, violin; Mimi Mitchell, violin; Patti Spain, soprano; Purcell, Henry (1659-1695) (1980-09-26)
  • Diamagnetic properties of adsorbed gases 

    Whitehurst, Harry Bernard (1950)
    For many years, the adsorption of gases and vapors by solids has been studied mainly by measuring the amount of adsorption as variant of pressure and temperature. Several theories of adsorption have been advanced, and ...
  • Diameter dependence of TO phonon frequencies and the Kohn anomaly in armchair single-wall carbon nanotubes 

    Telg, Hagen; Hároz, Erik H.; Duque, Juan G.; Tu, Xiaomin; Khripin, Constantine Y.; Fagan, Jeffrey A.; Zheng, Ming; Kono, Junichiro; Doorn, Stephen K. (2014)
    We present resonant Raman scattering experiments on nanotube samples enriched in metallic armchair single-wall carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs). We establish the transverse optical (ATO) phonon frequency for the (5,5) through ...
  • Diamond Ckoor's 

    Lane, E. W. (Edward William), 1801-1876 (1836)
    A round, convex ornament composed of diamonds set in gold that is worn in the hair. Engraving (prints).
  • Diamond Head - Hawaii 

    Weems, Carrington (1909)
    In 1908, the Rice Institute Board of Trustees sent their newly chosen President, Edgar Odell Lovett, on a world tour seeking out the best aspects of the leading colleges and universities. Dr. and Mrs. Lovett traveled in ...
  • Diamond Speaks Again Tonight 

    Unknown author (1960-10-07)