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0084173 G. Boebinger Florida State University-University of Florida Fermi Surface Studies across a Néel phase boundary
0084173 G. Boebinger Florida State University-University of Florida Han purple pigment loses a dimension
0084173 G. Boebinger Florida State University-University of Florida Applied Superconductivity Center at the Magnet Lab Links Research and Commercial Applications
0084173 G. Boebinger Florida State University-University of Florida Sixty Tesla Magnetic Fields Probe the Nanoscale
0084173 G. Boebinger Florida State University-University of Florida Nanomaterials for Live Cell Tracking
0084173 G. Boebinger Florida State University-University of Florida World-Record Electro-Magnet will enable new science of novel materials
0084173 G. Boebinger Florida State University-University of Florida High Tc probe enables natural products NMR
0084173 G. Boebinger Florida State University-University of Florida Quantum Hall Effect in Graphene at 45 T
0084173 G. Boebinger Florida State University-University of Florida Unprecedented Flexibility for Fermi-surface Studies
0084173 G. Boebinger Florida State University-University of Florida Extending Superconducting Magnet Technology with High Temperature Superconductors and MgB2
0084173 G. Boebinger Florida State University-University of Florida 100 Tesla Multi-shot Magnet: One-of-a-kind magnet open for science
0084173 G. Boebinger Florida State University-University of Florida NHMFL : AMRIS Science Highlights for 2005
0084173 G. Boebinger Florida State University-University of Florida Magnet lab researcher receives award for pioneering NMR technique
0084173 G. Boebinger Florida State University-University of Florida 900 MHz magnet enables new technique for looking at ion transport
0084173 G. Boebinger Florida State University-University of Florida Linear-T Scattering in a High-Tc Superconductor
0305253 J.C. Campuzano University of Illinois-Chicago Search for Strange States of Matter
0454672 C. J. Glinka National Institute of Standards and Technology Counterion dynamics and the mechanical properties of fuel cell membranes
0454672 C. J. Glinka National Institute of Standards and Technology Field Induced Order and Spin Waves in the Pyrochlore Antiferromagnet Tb2Ti2O7
0454672 C. J. Glinka National Institute of Standards and Technology Neutron Scattering Summer School
0454672 C. J. Glinka National Institute of Standards and Technology Quantum rotational dynamics of methane in MOF5
0454672 C. J. Glinka National Institute of Standards and Technology Quasiparticle breakdown in a quantum spin liquid
0454672 C. J. Glinka National Institute of Standards and Technology Resonance Mode in the Electron-Doped Cuprate Pr.88LaCe.12CuO4 (“PLCCO”)(Tc = 24 K)
0454672 C. J. Glinka National Institute of Standards and Technology A mechanism for the onset of bioactivity in biomolecules
0454672 C. J. Glinka National Institute of Standards and Technology Changes in blood protein structure under static and hydrodynamic shear conditions
0454672 C. J. Glinka National Institute of Standards and Technology Shear Rate Dependent Structure of Polymer Stabilized TiO2 Dispersions
0454672 C. J. Glinka National Institute of Standards and Technology Summer Undergraduate Interns - 2006
0454672 C. J. Glinka National Institute of Standards and Technology The dynamic transition in tRNA is solvent-induced
0454672 C. J. Glinka National Institute of Standards and Technology Why are double-network hydrogels so tough?
0225180 S. M. Gruner Cornell University Discoveries made possible by CHESS
0225180 S. M. Gruner Cornell University High School Teachers Meet X-ray Science and NSF Director at CHESS
0225180 S. M. Gruner Cornell University Ion Transporters: CHESS Pressure-Freezing Helps See Important Details
0240937 F. Himpsel University of Wisconsin-Madison Electron-Phonon Coupling at a Silicon Surface
0087817 P. J. Viccaro University of Illinois-Chicago Surface Crystallization in a Liquid AuSi Alloy
0087817 P. J. Viccaro University of Illinois-Chicago X-ray Scattering Studies of Electrified Liquid-Liquid Interfaces
0087817 P. J. Viccaro University of Illinois-Chicago Nano-particles in SiO2 Generated by Ion Implantation and Swift Heavy Ion Irradiation
0087817 P. J. Viccaro University of Illinois-Chicago Single Crystal X-ray Diffraction of a New Metal-Organic Framework
0087817 P. J. Viccaro University of Illinois-Chicago 15 K Synchrotron Charge Densities of two Isostructural Metal Organic Frameworks
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