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Renormalized SingleParticle Energies
, 1999
"... Using a shell model diagonalization which includes 2¯hω excitations the spinorbit splittings for mass numbers 5, 15 and 17 are studied. The contributions of the twobody spinorbit and tensor interactions are studied separately and in combination. It is found that the secondorder effects involving ..."
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Using a shell model diagonalization which includes 2¯hω excitations the spinorbit splittings for mass numbers 5, 15 and 17 are studied. The contributions of the twobody spinorbit and tensor interactions are studied separately and in combination. It is found that the secondorder effects involving the twobody spinorbit interaction are more important than the secondorder tensor effects. For A = 5, the overall effect of the highershell admixtures is to decrease the p1/2 − p3/2 splitting, but for A = 15 this splitting is increased by a fair amount, and for A = 17 there is only a miniscule increase in the d3/2 − d5/2 splitting. These results are in qualitative agreement with data as well as perturbative analysis. I.
Particle Energy [MeV]1 Comparative Energy Dependence of Proton and Pion Degradation
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Noncommutative Perturbative Dynamics
 hepth/9912072; M. Van Raamsdonk and N. Seiberg, “Comments On Noncommutative Perturbative Dynamics,” JHEP 0003 (2000) 035, hepth/0002186
"... We study the perturbative dynamics of noncommutative field theories on Rd, and find an intriguing mixing of the UV and the IR. High energies of virtual particles in loops produce nonanalyticity at low momentum. Consequently, the low energy effective action is singular at zero momentum even when the ..."
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We study the perturbative dynamics of noncommutative field theories on Rd, and find an intriguing mixing of the UV and the IR. High energies of virtual particles in loops produce nonanalyticity at low momentum. Consequently, the low energy effective action is singular at zero momentum even when
Observation of BoseEinstein condensation in a dilute atomic vapor
 Science
, 1995
"... A BoseEinstein condensate was produced in a vapor of rubidium87 atoms that was confined by magnetic fields and evaporatively cooled. The condensate fraction first appeared near a temperature of 170 nanokelvin and a number density of 2.5 x 1012 per cubic centimeter and could be preserved for more t ..."
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temperature was lowered. (iii) The peak exhibited a nonthermal, anisotropic velocity distribution expected of the minimumenergy quantum state of the magnetic trap in contrast to the isotropic, thermal velocity distribution observed in the broad uncondensed fraction. On the microscopic quantum level
1 The Wave Equation for Particle Energy and Interaction
"... Subatomic particles, their interactions and the wave equation that governs their mass and motion are presented in this paper. There is one wave equation, in two distinct forms, with three fundamental constants. The wave forms are longitudinal and transverse, and the three constants are density, ampl ..."
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data as proof that these equations work. In Section 1, amongst other calculations, these equations are used to: o Calculate the rest energy and mass of subatomic particles that appear in nature o Calculate energies and wavelengths from hydrogen electron transitions o Calculate ionization energies
SolarParticle Energy Spectra during the Large Events of
, 2003
"... We present observations of the energy spectra and timing of some of the largest solar particle events of solar cycle 23, including the events of OctoberNovember 2003 and the January 20, 2005 event, using data from ACE, SAMPEX, and GOES. These spectra are all well fit by a double powerlaw form. The ..."
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We present observations of the energy spectra and timing of some of the largest solar particle events of solar cycle 23, including the events of OctoberNovember 2003 and the January 20, 2005 event, using data from ACE, SAMPEX, and GOES. These spectra are all well fit by a double powerlaw form
Dissipation flowframes: particle, energy, thermometer
 Proceedings of the 12th Joint European Thermodynamics Conference
, 2013
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UTILITY OF EXTRACTING CY PARTICLE ENERGY BY WAVES
"... ABSTRACT. The utility of extracting CY particle power, and then diverting this power to fast fuel ions, is investigated. As power is diverted to fast ions and then to ions, a number of effects come into play, as the relative amounts of pressure taken up by electrons, fuel ions and fast CY particles ..."
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ABSTRACT. The utility of extracting CY particle power, and then diverting this power to fast fuel ions, is investigated. As power is diverted to fast ions and then to ions, a number of effects come into play, as the relative amounts of pressure taken up by electrons, fuel ions and fast CY particles
W) VARIATION OF THE DAMPING PARTITION NUMBERS WITH PARTICLE ENERGY DEVIATION*
, 1984
"... Until now, calculation of the rates of change of the damping partition numbers(‘~21 with particle energy took into account only the effects of quadrupole fieldst31. It has been foundt41, however, by tracking particles(5) in the LEP Electron Positron Accumulato#l that the actual variation of the dam ..."
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Until now, calculation of the rates of change of the damping partition numbers(‘~21 with particle energy took into account only the effects of quadrupole fieldst31. It has been foundt41, however, by tracking particles(5) in the LEP Electron Positron Accumulato#l that the actual variation
ShellTunneling Spectroscopy of the SingleParticle Energy Levels of Insulating Quantum Dots
, 2001
"... The energy levels of CdSe quantum dots are studied by scanning tunneling spectroscopy. By varying the tip−dot distance, we switch from “shellfilling ” spectroscopy (where electrons accumulate in the dot and experience mutual repulsion) to “shelltunneling ” spectroscopy (where electrons tunnel, one ..."
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, one at a time, through the dot). Shelltunneling spectroscopy provides the singleparticle energy levels of the CdSe quantum dot. The results of both types of tunneling spectroscopy are compared with pseudopotential manybody calculations. 1. Introduction. Insulating
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