Physics Masters Theses

Physics Masters Theses

 

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Theses from 1954

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A model for x-ray scattering from a free-volume liquid, Charles A. Hewett

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Coloration of glass by high energy radiation, Thomas L. Nickens

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Determination of the thermal conductivity of sodium chloride at elevated temperatures, Harold Robert Weisbrod

Theses from 1952

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A linear polymer x-ray scattering model, Bernard Cohen

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The fluorescence of uranium in solid solution, Robert Emmett Kelly

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The partition function of silver, Ralph H. Lilienkamp

Theses from 1951

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An application of the atomic distribution function of liquid mercury, Robert Lee Choate

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Torsional modulus of rupture of thick-walled magnesium alloy FS-1 tubing, Delbert R. Cox

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A lead sulfide near infrared detection system, William V. Cummings Jr.

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Square wave modulation, Richard Henry Duncan

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A correlation function for liquid argon, Walter Graham

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The completion, adjustment, and operation of a grazing incidence vacuum ultraviolet spectrograph, William Clinton Johnson-Chamberlain

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Integrated scattering of microwaves by small metal spheres, A. L. Merts

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A light source to be used with a vacuum spectrograph, Roy George Woodle Jr.

Theses from 1950

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The energy levels of potassium chloride, Clifford L. Adams

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The reflection coefficient at the truncated corner of a rectangular wave guide, John Raymond Barcroft

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The theory of the specific heat of a face-centered cubic lattice, Charles Robert Bonnell

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A determination of the surface tension of bismuth, cadmium, tin, and lead, Edward McKee Chandler

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A grazing incidence vacuum grating spectrograph for far ultra violet spectroscopy, Lawrey Huber Chapin

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Intermolecular potential functions for liquid argon and liquid mercury, Richard H. Kerr

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The theory of the specific heat of a body centered cubic lattice, Curtis Cleveland Webster

Theses from 1949

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Plateau characteristics of Geiger Counters with respect to different gas mixtures and pressures, Ralph E. Lee

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A determination of the surface tension of tin in the solid state, Charles Merton Rice

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Application of electrical prospecting methods to two types of sulphide ore deposits, Robert Van Nostrand

Theses from 1948

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The effect of spontaneous crystallization of some inorganic compounds at the critical temperature of their solvents, John William Buttrey

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Radioactivity of the Pre-Cambrian section of the Bourbon, Missouri, well core by measurement of the total hard gamma radiation, Paul E. Damon

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The Kerr Electro-Optic effect in plastic materials transmitting infra-red radiation, James Edson Dueker

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Hysteresis loss of supermalloy at different temperatures, Chester Ray Holland

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A microwave polarimeter, Alfred E. Schwaneke

Theses from 1931

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A study of an objective placement examination for sectioning college physics classes, John Milton Willson