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  • Cutoff dependence of the Casimir force within an inhomogeneous medium 

    Horsley, S. A. R.; Simpson, W. M. R. (2013-07-22) - Journal article
    We consider the ground-state energy of the electromagnetic field in a piston geometry. In the idealized case, where the piston and the walls of the chamber are taken as perfect mirrors, the Casimir pressure on the piston ...
  • Cutting a fine figure : On the use of thin sections in electron microscopy to quantify autophagy 

    Lucocq, John Milton; Hacker, Christian (2013-09) - Journal article
    Over the last few years, two guideline articles have been published with recommendations for assessing autophagy. These articles contained advice on quantification of autophagy by electron microscopy and proposed using ...
  • The cyanobactin heterocyclase enzyme : A processive adenylase that operates with a defined order of reaction 

    Koehnke, Jesko Alexander Johannes Gunter; Bent, Andrew Frank; Zollman, David; Smith, Kieran; Houssen, Wael E.; Zhu, Xiaofeng; Mann, Greg; Lebl, Tomas; Scharff, Richard; Shirran, Sally Lorna; Botting, Catherine Helen; Jaspers, Marcel; Schwarz-Linek, Uli; Naismith, Jim (2013-12) - Journal article
  • The Cyclades in the middle and late Bronze Age 

    Barber, R. L. N. (1978) - Thesis
    The study comprises an investigation of the history and culture of the Cyclades in the second millennium B. C., based on a comprehensive analysis of the sites and finds. Particular attention is paid to the question of the ...
  • Cyclotron maser emission : Stars, planets, and laboratory 

    Vorgul, I.; Kellett, B. J.; Cairns, R Alan; Bingham, Robert; Ronald, K.; Speirs, D.C.; McConville, S. L.; Gillespie, K. M.; Phelps, A. D. R. (2011-05) - Journal article
    This paper is a review of results by the group over the past decade on auroral kilometric radiation and similar cyclotron emissions from stars and planets. These emissions are often attributed to a horseshoe or crescent ...
  • Cyclotron maser radiation from inhomogeneous plasmas 

    Cairns, R Alan; Vorgul, I.; Bingham, Robert; Ronald, K.; Speirs, D. C.; McConville, S. L.; Gillespie, K. M.; Bryson, R.; Phelps, A. D. R.; Kellett, B. J.; Cross, A. W.; Roberston, C. W.; Whyte, C. G.; He, W. (2011-02) - Journal article
    Cyclotron maser instabilities are important in space, astrophysical, and laboratory plasmas. While extensive work has been done on these instabilities, most of it deals with homogeneous plasmas with uniform magnetic fields ...
  • Cymru carbon isel : blaenoriaethau rhanbarthol i'w gweithredu 

    Sustainable Development Commission Wales (Sustainable Development Commission, 2009-11-12) - Report
    Mae adroddiad y Comisiwn Datblygu Cynaliadwy 'Cymru Carbon Isel: Blaenoriaethau Rhanbarthol i'w Gweithredu', a gynhyrchwyd ar gyfer Llywodraeth Cynulliad Cymru, yn rhoi cyngor ar sut y gall pob rhanbarth yng Nghymru leihau ...
  • Cynaliadwyedd llywodraeth cynulliad : Cymru 2009 

    Sustainable Development Commission Wales (Sustainable Development Commission, 2009-12) - Report
    Welsh language version of 'Sustainable development in government : Wales 2009'.
  • Cytoadherence and virulence - the case of Plasmodium knowlesi malaria 

    Fatih, Farrah A.; Siner, Angela; Ahmed, Atique; Woon, Lu Chan; Craig, Alister G.; Singh, Balbir; Krishna, Sanjeev; Cox Singh, Janet (2012-02-03) - Journal article
    Background: Cytoadherence of infected red blood cells to brain endothelium is causally implicated in malarial coma, one of the severe manifestations of falciparum malaria. Cytoadherence is mediated by specific binding of ...
  • Czyżby straszliwe języków pomieszanie w jednoczącej się Europie? 

    Kamusella, Tomasz Dominik (Slawistyczny Ośrodek Wydawniczy, 2012) - Book item
  • D. H. Lawrence and narrative design 

    Elliott, John (University of St Andrews, 1990-09-07) - Thesis
    Lawrence's work has almost invevitably been read as an aesthetic production whereby one must eventually agree or disagree with his vision of "reality". Those who assume a formalist standard of taste often find that Lawrence ...
  • The daily incidence of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest unexpectedly increases around New Year's Day in Japan 

    Takahashi, Kunihiko; Shimadzu, Hideyasu (2015-11) - Journal article
    Background Over 100,000 patients are diagnosed every year as out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) cases in Japan and their number has continued to rise for the last decade, presenting a challenge for preventive public ...
  • Daily life in the Mongol Empire 

    De Nicola, Bruno (2008-02) - Journal item
  • Damping of Exciton Rabi Rotations by Acoustic Phonons in Optically Excited InGaAs/GaAs Quantum Dots 

    Ramsay, A. J.; Gopal, AchantaVenu; Gauger, E. M.; Nazir, A.; Lovett, Brendon William; Fox, A. M.; Skolnick, M. S. (2010-01-08) - Journal article
    We report experimental evidence identifying acoustic phonons as the principal source of the excitation-induced-dephasing (EID) responsible for the intensity damping of quantum dot excitonic Rabi rotations. The rate of EID ...
  • Damping of kink waves by mode coupling : I. Analytical treatment 

    Hood, Alan William; Ruderman, Michael; Pascoe, David James; De Moortel, Ineke; Terradas, Jaume; Wright, Andrew Nicholas (2013-03) - Journal article
    Aims. To investigate the spatial damping of propagating kink waves in an inhomogeneous plasma. In the limit of a thin tube surrounded by a thin transition layer, an analytical formulation for kink waves driven in from the ...
  • Damping of kink waves by mode coupling. II. Parametric study and seismology 

    Pascoe, David James; Hood, Alan William; De Moortel, Ineke; Wright, Andrew Nicholas (2013-02) - Journal article
    Context: Recent observations of the corona reveal ubiquitous transverse velocity perturbations that undergo strong damping as they propagate. These can be understood in terms of propagating kink waves that undergo mode ...
  • Dance, class and the body: a Bourdieusian examination of training trajectories into ballet and contemporary dance 

    Tsitsou, Lito (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2014-06-13) - Journal article
    This article is a result of a small-scale interview-based study that explored the social conditions of ballet and contemporary dance production in the city of Glasgow. This study draws on interviews given by twelve ...
  • Dark matter halo properties of GAMA galaxy groups from 100 square degrees of KiDS weak lensing data 

    Viola, M.; Cacciato, M.; Brouwer, M.; Kuijken, K.; Hoekstra, H.; Norberg, P.; Robotham, Aaron Stuart Graham; Van Uitert, E.; Alpaslan, Mehmet; Baldry, I.K.; Choi, A.; De Jong, J.T.A.; Driver, Simon Peter; Erben, T.; Grado, A.; Graham, A.W.; Heymans, C.; Hildebrandt, H.; Hopkins, A.M.; Irisarri, N.; Joachimi, B.; Loveday, J.; Miller, L.; Nakajima, R.; Schneider, P.; Sifón, C.; Verdoes Kleijn, G. (2015-10-01) - Journal article
    The Kilo-Degree Survey is an optical wide-field survey designed to map the matter distribution in the Universe using weak gravitational lensing. In this paper, we use these data to measure the density profiles and masses ...
  • Dark patterns in proxemic interactions : a critical perspective 

    Greenberg, S.; Boring, S.; Vermeulen, J.; Dostal, J. (ACM Press - Association for Computing Machinery, 2014-06-21) - Conference item
    Proxemics theory explains peoples' use of interpersonal distances to mediate their social interactions with others. Within Ubicomp, proxemic interaction researchers argue that people have a similar social understanding of ...