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• A study of some factors affecting the efficiency of cracking catalysts ﻿

(1943)
The superiority as cracking catalysts of synthetic alumino-silicates to natural alumino-silicates has become evident in the last few years of the development of catalytic cracking. Unpublished results in this laboratory ...

(1984)

(1947)
• A Study of Surface Treatments on Carbonate Core Material for Application to Mineral Precipitation and Dissolution during Geologic Carbon Storage ﻿

(2013-06-05)
Underground injection of acid gas has been studied for several decades for oil field applications, such as enhanced oil recovery (EOR), but is now being studied as a solution to climate change. This research aims to simulate ...

(1939)

(1962)
• A study of the bromination of saturated organic compounds ﻿

(1941)
Before the work was carried out, which is reported on in detail in the next section, a series of preliminary experiments was performed. These were designed to show the effects of various physical and chemical agents on the ...
• A study of the C-terminus in prestin by designing cleavable constructs ﻿

(2016-12-01)
The membrane protein prestin plays a central role in the mammalian auditory system by enabling Outer Hair Cells (OHCs) in the cochlea to actively respond to electrical signals. Prestin belongs to the SLC26A family of ...

(1982)

(1955)
• A study of the dusty SMC HII region N88A ﻿

(1998)
Results from the analysis of HST FOS, WFPC1, IUE, and CTIO 4m observations of the morphology, physical conditions, and chemical abundances in the unusually dusty H II region N88A in the Small Magellanic Cloud are presented. ...

(1942)
• A study of the effect of surface bandwidth and other many-body effects in atom-surface collisions using a non-equilibrium Green's function technique ﻿

(1995)
We are studying the charge transfer in atom-surface scattering using a recently developed many-body theory. The final population of the atom is studied as a function of the surface workfunction, which has a strong effect ...
• A study of the effect on dynamics of a nuclear boiler modification ﻿

(1965)
This report discusses the study of a modification in the structure of a boiler representative of the type used aboard nuclear-powered ships. The modification involves the relocation of the feed water injection point from ...
• A study of the effects of nitrogen injection into the reacting boundary layer on a graphite surface at hypersonic speeds ﻿

(1965)
This study considers the effects of injection of a non-reacting gas (taken to be nitrogen) on the heat and mass transfer of a porous chemically reacting surface (graphite) at hypersonic speeds. All chemical reactions are ...

(1969)

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(1949)
• A study of the fluid mechanics and the cultivation of mammalian cells in a magnetically stabilized fluidized bed bioreactor ﻿

(1995)
The culture of anchorage dependent mammalian cells on microcarrier offers an attractive avenue for achieving high productivity of therapeutic and diagnostic proteins in bioreactors. Reducing production costs require high ...

(1973)
• A study of the gamma-radiation from the reactions A1_ß + _ and Th___ + p ﻿

(1958)
It is of considerable interest to the experimental nuclear spectroscopist to know accurately the description of energy levels in nuclei. Also of considerable interest is the nature of the radiations or particles emitted ...

(1952)
• A study of the H II region populations of M101, M51 and NGC 4449 ﻿

(1992)
An optical study of the HII region populations evident in three galaxies, M101, M51 and NGC 4449, has been made. Using narrow-band filters, emission line imagery has been taken using a CCD focal-reducing camera, at wavelengths ...
• A study of the high energy neutrons from carbon-13 bombarded by deuterons ﻿

(1950)
Abstract Not Available.
• A study of the impact of doubling carbon dioxide and solar radiation variations on the climate system ﻿

(1994)
The exchange of moisture and heat between the atmosphere and the Earth's surface fundamentally affect the dynamics and thermodynamics of the climate system. In order to trace moisture flow through the climate system and ...
• A study of the isomers of the higher fullerenes and the synthesis and study of fullerene hydrides ﻿

(1997)
Isomers of the higher fullerenes were analyzed using 3He NMR spectroscopy. Structures have been assigned to isomers for C76, C78 and C84. Several fullerene hydrides, C60H n (n = 2, 4, 6, 8, 18, 36), have been synthesized ...
• A study of the kaon(+)-anti kaon(0)-pi(-) system produced in the reaction pi(-) proton going to kaon(+) anti kaon(0) pi(-) neutron at 18 GeV/c ﻿

(1995)
The results of a partial wave analysis of the $K\sp+\bar K\sp0\pi\sp-$ system produced in the reaction$$\pi\sp-p \to K\sp+\bar K\sp0\pi\sp-n$$at 18 GeV/c are presented. A total of 5612 events in the mass range 1.2-1.8 ...
• A STUDY OF THE KINETICS AND THERMODYNAMICS OF LASER IGNITION IN THE COMBUSTION SYNTHESIS OF GROUP IV-B CARBIDES FROM THE ELEMENTS ﻿

(1987)
The goal of this work was to develop an understanding of the mechanism of ignition in the combustion synthesis of group IV-B carbides from the elements. To this end kinetic and thermodynamic aspects of the ignition process ...
• A study of the magnetic susceptibility of manganese selenide ﻿

(1951)
Abstract Not Available.
• A study of the Meissner effect in type I superconductors ﻿

(1966)
This report includes an analysis of the flux penetration and expulsion from a normal conducting cylinder and then an account of the observed results of a superconducting ellipsoid. The penetration and expulsion of magnetic ...

(1966)
• A study of the naphthenic acids from Aruba petroleum ﻿

(1948)
Abstract Not Available.

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(1974)
• A study of the non-opaque heavy minerals in the Lissie sandstone ﻿

(1958)
The work described In the present thesis comprises the second part of a study currently conducted by the Geology Department of The Rice Institute (Rogers, 1956). Powell (1957) wrote the original paper, The project is ...
• A study of the nuclear reactions: c45(p,n)Ti45, Cu63(p,n)Zn63, Cu65(p,n)Zn65, Zn(p,n)Ga, and N14(d,n)O15 ﻿

(1955)
Abstract Not Available.
• A STUDY OF THE NUCLEON-DELTA INTERACTION USING PION-INDUCED DEUTERON BREAKUP ﻿

(1987)
This thesis reports the results of a kinematically complete experiment designed to study the reaction $\pi\sp{+}$ d $\to\pi\sp{+}$ p n in a range of phase space accessible to the high energy pion channel at LAMPF. (The Los ...

(1961)
• A STUDY OF THE PAIR DISTRIBUTION FUNCTIONS OF MIXTURES OF IDEALIZED MOLECULES USING MOLECULAR SIMULATION ﻿

(1987)
The partial pair distribution functions describe the average conformation of groups of molecules in a mixture. The functions are used in the conformal solution theories of Leland et al, who assume that the thermodynamic ...

(1948)
• A study of the photodissociation dynamics of dimethylzinc and the implications for the growth of zinc selenide films ﻿

(1993)
The dynamics of the ArF photodissociation of DMZn (dimethylzinc) have been studied. The implications of the results for the growth of ZnSe thin films are discussed. Time-resolved absorption profiles of ground state Zn and ...
• A study of the position and nature of the singularities of functions given by their Taylor series ﻿

(1943)
Abstract Not Available.
• A study of the propagation methods for the analysis of simply supported cylindrical shells ﻿

(1964)
The use of certain propagation methods for the analysis of simply supported cylindrical shells is described and the accuracy of these methods is studied with the help of two illustrative problems. It is shown that this ...
• A study of the properties of boron-8 by the lithium-6(helium-3,neutron)boron-8 reaction ﻿

(1959)
Abstract Not Available.
• A study of the quasi-frictional forces resulting on serrated clamping elements ﻿

(1955)
It is intuitive that a clamping element will grip better if the surface is provided with teeth which penetrate Into the surface of the clamped object. This paper is concerned with the problem of determining a quantitative ...

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(1959)
• A study of the seasonal distribution of Anopheles in Houston, Texas ﻿

(1934)
The problem of malaria in the South, and in other parts of the United States as well, has demanded a considerable amount of research. The greater part of this work has been concerned with the control of the disease by the ...
• A study of the secondary particles of cosmic-ray penetrating showers at 3250 meters ﻿

(1953)
Abstract Not Available.

(1972)

(1957)
• A study of the strength characteristics of mortar filled steel tubes - long series ﻿

(1960)
The purpose of this study was to examine the strength characteristics of mortar filled steel tubes undergoing axial compressive loading and combined axial compressive and beam loading. The experimental work was restricted ...

(1971)
• A study of the stud-welded vibrating wire strain gage ﻿

(1962)
The purpose of this investigation was to determine the variables which affect the stability of a stud-welded vibrating wire strain gage. The lack of previously published information and the nature of the instrument required ...
• A study of the sulfuric acid catalyzed reaction between phenol and isobutylene ﻿

(1964)
The sulfuric acid catalyzed reaction between isobutylene and phenol vas carried out in a continuous stirred tank reactor at atmospheric pressure. The sulfuric acid to phenol mole ratio in the 14quid feed rate was 0.0206 ...
• A study of the suspended load of the Trinity River, Texas ﻿

(1966)
The Trinity River drains approximately 17,500 square miles of north-central and eastern Texas. Its average annual discharge is 5,166,000 acre-feet and in water year 1965 it carried 5,308,000 acre-feet of water. The river's ...

(1955)
• A study of the urban heat island of Houston, Texas ﻿

(2003)
The magnitude, spatial extent, growth, and seasonal and diurnal behaviors of the urban heat island of Houston, Texas are characterized using both in situ air temperature and remotely sensed surface temperature data. Between ...