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• CONDUCTIVITY STUDIES IN IRON-DOPED LITHIUM-NIOBATE BY PHASE HOLOGRAPHY ﻿

(1981)
By the use of holographic storage techniques, the conductivity of iron doped lithium niobate has been investigated. The results indicate that the conductivity of the material immediately after hologram formation is much ...
• Conductor And Orchestra Score Again ﻿

(1961-11-10)
• Cone manifolds in three-dimensional topology applications to branched covers ﻿

(1990)
Cone manifolds are defined and several standard geometric techniques for Riemannian manifolds are generalized to this setting. Smoothing techniques for approximating cone manifolds by smooth Riemannian manifolds with bounded ...
• Cone penetrometer technology for hazardous waste site investigations ﻿

(1989)
The common approach to investigating the extent of contamination at a hazardous waste site is to drill monitoring wells to obtain geotechnical and chemical information. A new technology is now being utilized at various ...
• Cone-plate viscometric studies of neutrophil adhesion to the endothelial ligands E-selectin and ICAM-1 ﻿

(2000)
Neutrophil adhesion to endothelium is prerequisite for extravasation and localization at inflammatory sites. In the vasculature this process occurs under conditions of hydrodynamic shear requiring that bonds formed between ...
• coney and dent ﻿

(1959-05-08)

(1965)
• Confederate currency: $5 bill with handwritten serial number 38613 ﻿ (1864) The C.S.A. issued currency to Southerners between 1861-1865, gambling that a Confederate victory in the U.S. Civil War would ensure the bills' value. Forged bills led to an intense period of inflation and by the war's end ... • Confederate currency:$50 bill with serial number 17498 ﻿

(1864)
The C.S.A. issued currency to Southerners between 1861-1865, gambling that a Confederate victory in the U.S. Civil War would ensure the bills' value. Forged bills led to an intense period of inflation and by the war's end ...

(1969)

(1964)

(1884)

(1864)
• The Confederate States Receipt for Time of Service for James L. Cunningham ﻿

(1862-07)
The Confederate States of America receipt for time of service for James L. Cunningham. Cunningham served as a lieutenant from May 13 to July 18, 1862. The receipt included the payment he received for his service, his ...
• Conference Defies Tradition, Three Favorites Victors ﻿

(1963-10-23)
• Conference Meet to End Schedule ﻿

(1962-05-04)
• Conference over service careers will be sponsored by Republicans ﻿

(1967-04-13)
• CONFERENCE WINNERS ﻿

(1962-12-12)
• Conferences ask for participation by Rice students ﻿

(1966-11-03)

(1943-07)