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Short wavelength laser systems for applications
Very short wavelength lasers have many potential scientific and technological applications. A practical extreme ultraviolet (XUV) laser system has been developed using the Xe Auger laser at 109 nm. This system is the first ...
Characterization of plasmas from a pulsed jet discharge with applications to VUV spectroscopy and micromechanics
Plasmas from a pulsed jet discharge have been characterized with respect to gas species and nozzle design. Spectral lines from the gas used in the pulsed jet are apparent in the visible region. The vacuum ultraviolet ...
FT-ICR studies of gallium arsenide cluster ions
Gallium arsenide clusters have been studied on a Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance(FT-ICR) mass spectrometer with an external supersonic cluster source. Reaction of GaAs cluster cations with ammonia revealed that ...
Ventricular interaction in a closed-loop model of the canine circulation
A mathematical model of the dynamic interaction between the ventricles over a complete cardiac cycle is presented. The ventricles are modeled as a three-walled system, each of which is individually characterized by a ...
Development of a 500 MW, one-microsecond, multi-kiloampere relativistic klystron amplifier
This work presents research on the one-microsecond, L-band relativistic klystron amplifier (RKA) project conducted at Los Alamos National Laboratory. A collection of theoretical analyses is presented for rf cavities, intense ...
A mathematical model of the afferent stage of the mammalian baroreceptor reflex
The purpose of this research effort is to develop a mathematical model of the afferent portion mammalian arterial baroreceptor reflex. The entire model is comprised of a small network of Hodgkin-Huxley (HH) type membrane ...