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Limiting Sample Damage In Laser Diagnostics
Limiting Sample Damage In Laser Diagnostics
Tests conducted comparing the effect exposure of Paracetamol to a laser with oven heating a sample to a temperature above its melting point, 169 degrees Celsius showed similarities. This implies that the primary cause of sample damage during Raman spectroscopy is heating. It was found that inserting a piece of glass between the sample and the microscope lens dramatically reduced the ability of the laser to damage samples. Computer models indicate that rotating a sample at 8 rotations per minute could be an effective method of limiting sample damage, and is a potential alternative to active cooling if this becomes financially and logistically viable in industry. Active sample cooling was investigated, but results proved inconclusive. This is a key area for any future research on the topic.
Toby Toller
Naloga s številom zlatega reza
Naloga s številom zlatega reza
Naloga s številom zlatega reza Golden ratio
Andrej
Creighton  University Physics Thesis Template
Creighton University Physics Thesis Template
This template gives a basic introduction to \(\mathrm{\LaTeX}\) and provides a template for the Creighton University Master's thesis, especially as pertains to the MS in physics and medical physics degrees.
Laura Aumen
Designing a Drug to Inhibit Death-Associated Protein Kinase 1's Catalytic Activity
Designing a Drug to Inhibit Death-Associated Protein Kinase 1's Catalytic Activity
Final Project for Drug Design and Discovery class.
Paula Godoy
Humanoid robots: Will they ever be able to become like us?
Humanoid robots: Will they ever be able to become like us?
Humanoid robots: Will they ever be able to become like us, and if so, do we want this happen?
Jean Amadeus Elsner
Investigating the Motion of a High Speed Projectile Moving Through a Liquid
Investigating the Motion of a High Speed Projectile Moving Through a Liquid
This investigation explores the conditions under which an object, moving through a liquid in high speed, has the greatest deceleration. The conditions focused on are the mass of the object, its initial velocity and its entry angle into the liquid. This is achieved through shooting pellets of varied masses and energies out of two different soft guns at a water container, recording them with a high speed camera and mapping their motion with a tracking program. The results of the experiment indicate that the lesser the mass of the object, the greater its deceleration in the fluid. The initial velocity and the entry angle of the object do not influence the rate of its speed loss. It is further explored that as the density of the fluid becomes greater, so does the deceleration of the object. The investigation is intended to deepen the understanding of the high speed motion through a medium.
Marta Mrozowska
Drie technieken voor visuele cryptografie
Drie technieken voor visuele cryptografie
cryptografische systemen zijn gebaseerd op stellingen uit de getaltheorie. Versleuteling en ontsleutelingen van berichten vragen vaak intensief computerrekenwerk. Bij visuele cryptografie wordt het rekenwerk echter tot een minimum beperkt. Ook hoeft de ontwerper van deze geheimcodes bijna geen gebruik te maken van wiskundige stellingen en eigenschappen. De ontsleuteling van een boodschap kan zelfs gebeuren zonder digitale hulpmiddelen: schuif twee transparanten met onherkenbare afbeeldingen over elkaar en kijk doorheen deze transparanten naar de ontsleutelde boodschap. In dit verslag worden drie technieken voor visuele cryptografie toegellicht. Voor de eerste techniek is er wel wat wiskundige achtergrondkennis nodig. De tweede en derde techniek zijn vlot uitvoerbaar zonder deze achtergrond.
Van den Broeck Luc
N-gram Frequency Discounts
N-gram Frequency Discounts
A short note on the motivation for n-gram frequency discounts in the context of the Katz backoff algorithm.
Paul Glezen