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  1. Patents -- Ivar Giaever (1976)

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    6) Giaever Page * Resources with Additional Information * Patents (1977-1979, 1980-2008) US 3,960,488 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR QUANTITATIVE SURFACE INHIBITION TEST -- Giaever, Ivar; June 1, 1976 A metallized slide has adsorbed thereon a first monomolecular layer of particular first immunologically reactive biological particles and is covered with a suitable moisture holding medium. A test solution is then applied along a first edge of the slide, a solution containing second immunologically

  2. Patents -- Ivar Giaever (1980-2008)

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    US 4,207,670 METHOD FOR MAKING A SOLID STATE NEURON -- Giaever, Ivar; Cline, Harvey E.; ... US 4,672,024 IMMUNOLOGICAL DETECTION DEVICE AND METHOD FOR ITS PREPARATION -- Giaever, ...

  3. Patents -- Ivar Giaever (1977-1979)

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    7 - 1979) Giaever Page * Resources with Additional Information * Patents (1976, 1980-2008) US 4,011,308 METHOD FOR SURFACE IMMUNOLOGICAL DETECTION OF BIOLOGICAL PARTICLES BY THE ...

  4. Patents -- Ivar Giaever (1976)

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    ... used to provide large and widely-distributed surface area for sorting out and separating select viruses, bacteria and other cells from multi-cell, bacteria or virus populations. ...

  5. Patents -- Ivar Giaever (1976)

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    and separating select viruses, bacteria and other cells from multi-cell, bacteria or virus populations. US 3,975,238 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR DETECTING MOLECULES IN SOLUTIONS --...

  6. Ivar Giaever, Tunneling, and Superconductors

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    Security Administration | (NNSA) Highly Enriched Uranium and Plutonium Removals March 24, 2014 Italy has been a global leader in nuclear nonproliferation, working with the United States since 1997 to eliminate more than 100 kilograms of highly enriched uranium (HEU) and separated plutonium. At the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit, the United States and Italy announced the successful removal of all eligible fresh HEU and plutonium from Italy. These shipments were completed via a joint effort

  7. Patents -- Ivar Giaever (1980-2008)

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    This spacing defines a wedge-shaped volume for containing test fluid. With a test fluid in place, after allowing diffusion to occur for a predetermined period of time, the extent ...

  8. Quantum Hall ice (Journal Article) | SciTech Connect

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    Authors: Chern, Gia-Wei ; Rahmani, Armin ; Martin, Ivar ; Batista, Cristian D. Publication Date: 2014-12-01 OSTI Identifier: 1181136 GrantContract Number: LANLLDRD Type: ...

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    ... Scalar spin chirality and quantum hall effect on triangular lattices Martin, Ivar ; ... We show that the obtained chiral phase exhibits a spontaneous quantum Hall-effect with ...

  10. Jian-Xin Zhu Los Alamos National Laboratory

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    electronic structure and inhomogeneity in heavy fermion systems Jian-Xin Zhu Los Alamos National Laboratory QDM 2015, Santa Fe, Mar. 9, 2015 Collaborators: Jean-Pierre Julien (UJF) Joseph Wang (LANL) Ivar Martin (ANL) Alan R. Bishop (LANL) Yoni Dubi (Ben Gurion) Sasha Balatsky (LANL) Supported by DOE BES Program LANL-LDRD * Emergent phenomena and electronic inhomogeneity in correlated electron systems * Staggered Kondo Phase * Local electronic structure in Kondo hole * Local electronic structure

  11. A Physically Based Correlation of Irradiation-Induced Transition Temperature Shifts for RPV Steels

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    Eason, Ernest D.; Odette, George Robert; Nanstad, Randy K; Yamamoto, Takuya

    2007-11-01

    data. It contains two terms, corresponding to the best-understood radiation damage features, matrix damage and copper-rich precipitates, although the empirical calibration will ensure that all other damage processes that are occurring are also reflected in those terms. Effects of material chemical composition, product form, and radiation exposure are incorporated, such that all effects are supported by findings of statistical significance, physical understanding, or comparison with independent data from controlled experiments, such as the Irradiation Variable (IVAR) Program. In most variable effects, the model is supported by two or three of these different forms of evidence. The key variable trends, such as the neutron fluence dependence and copper-nickel dependence in the new TTS model, are much improved over RG1.99/2 and are well supported by independent data and the current understanding of embrittlement mechanisms. The new model includes the variables copper, nickel, and fluence that are in RG1.99/2, but also includes effects of irradiation temperature, neutron flux, phosphorus, and manganese. The calibrated model is a good fit, with no significant residual error trends in any of the variables used in the model or several additional variables and variable interactions that were investigated. The report includes a chapter summarizing the current understanding of embrittlement mechanisms and one comparing the IVAR database with the TTS model predictions. Generally good agreement is found in that quantitative comparison, providing independent confirmation of the predictive capability of the TTS model. The key new insight in the TTS modeling effort, that flux effects are evident in both low (or no) copper and higher copper materials, is supported by the IVAR data. The slightly simplified version of the TTS model presented in Section 7.3 of this report is recommended for applications.