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pubs.acs.org/NanoLett
Nanoscale Conducting Oxide PlasMOStor
Ho W. Lee,*, Georgia Papadakis, Stanley P. Burgos, Krishnan Chander, Arian Kriesch,
Ragip Pala, Ulf Peschel, and Harry A. Atwater*,
Thomas J. Watson Laboratories of Applied Physics, Califo
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Examining Electronic Fraud in Kenya
and the Impact on Commercial Justice
The Author: Dr. Peter Onyango Onyoyo (PhD)1
ABSTRACT: Postmodern time has transformed the world status of affairs in doing business,
perceiving and conceiving law in society today. O
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NOTES ON THE DRUDE MODEL
KYLE MCELROY
Abstract. Here are some notes about the classical theory of metals and the
Drude model. The classical theory of electrons in metals is used to describe
the basics of metallic behavior. These include their electrical c
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Quiz 8
1. Write the general form of a homogeneous secondorder linear ordinary differential
equation.
2. State the condition for the two solutions of a secondorder ODE to be linearly independent.
3. The functions y1 sin x and y2 cos x are both solutions
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Quiz 7
1. Give a general expression of a line integral.
2. Name one physical quantity which is defined in the form of a line integral.
3. Name one physics law expressed in the form of a line integral.
4. Evaluate the line integral I C x y dx from point A0
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QUESTION 1
a) Copper is a transition metal. A common property of transition metals is that their compounds
are often coloured. The colour of these compounds is due to their incompletely filled d orbitals.
Under certain conditions there are slightly differ
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Quiz 5
1. (a) Write the expression of the divergence of a vector field in Cartesian coordinates.
(b) Determine the divergence of the vector field defined by A 2 xyi j xz3k .
2. Determine the divergence of the gravitational force field F kmg and interpret
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CHAPTER 10
RADIO WAVES
ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE PROPAGATION
1000. Source of Radio Waves
Consider electric current as a flow of electrons along a
conductor between points of differing potential. A direct
current flows continuously in the same direction. This w
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Plane Wave Propagation in Lossy Media
(Intensive Reading)
1 Lossy media
In a lossless dielectric medium, the relative permittivity r is real. For nonmagnetic
materials, the relative permeability r = 1 . For lossy media, r c = r j r is a complex
number wh
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The IEE Measurement, Sensors, Instrumentationand NDT
Professional Network
Attenuation Measurements
Alan Coster, CSL
0 The IEE
Printed and published by the IEE, Michael Faraday House, Six Hills Way,
Stevenage, Herts SG12AY, TJK
Abstract
The paper detai
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6.6. EXAMPLES
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CHAPTER 7
Ionospheric Propagation
The ionosphere is the name given to the upper layer of the atmosphere that constitutes
of ionized gases mainly due to solar radiation. To understand the radio wave propagation in
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Data Communications and
Networking
Chapter 3
Data Transmission
Reading:
Book Chapter 3
Data and Computer Communications, 8th edition
By William Stallings
1
Outline
Concepts and Terminology
Analog and Digital Data Transmission
Transmission Impairments
Chan
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ENE 428
Microwave
Engineering
Lecture 2 Uniform plane waves
RS
Propagation in losslesscharge free
media
Attenuation constant = 0, conductivity = 0
Propagation constant
1
Propagation velocityu p
for free space up = 3108 m/s (speed of light)
RS
for
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Mobile Communications
Chapter 4: Wireless
Telecommunication Systems
GSM
Overview
Services
Subsystems
Components
IS 95
Overview
Services
Subsystems
Components
Mobile phone subscribers worldwide
700000
subscribers (x 1000)
600000
Analog total
5000
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State University of New York at Stony Brook
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
ESE 211 Electronics Laboratory A
Lab 4. Transient analysis of RC and LR circuits
1. Objectives
1. Determination of time constants for 1st order circuits from the
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Sri Vidya College of Engineering & Technology, Virudhunagar
EC2403 & RF AND MICROWAVE ENGINEERING
Course Material (Lecture Notes)
Unit II
Page 1
Sri Vidya College of Engineering & Technology, Virudhunagar
EC2403 & RF AND MICROWAVE ENGINEERING
Course Mater
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LAMAR UNIVERSITY
CIRCUITS LABORATORY
EXPERIMENT 5:
Transient Response of RC Circuit
Objective:
Study the transient response of a series RC circuit and understand the time
constant concept using pulse waveforms.
Equipment:
NI ELVIS
Resistors ( 2 K, 100 K
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Lab 9
The Response of an RC Circuit to Pulse Voltage Waveforms
OBJECTIVES
1. Validate the RC response for a partially and fully charging/discharging capacitor.
2. Check the validity of Kirchhoffs Voltage Law for an RC circuit.
EQUIPMENT
Lab kit, Oscillosc
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University of Alberta
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
EE 250 Laboratory
Experiment #7 Transient Analysis
Objective:
To study the transient responses of series RC, RL, and RLC circuits following the
application of a step voltage.
Introduc
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EXPERIMENT #3
Transients in RC Circuits
In this experiment you will be measuring the transient response of a simple RC series
circuit, first with the oscilloscope and then using the automatic data storage capability of
the HP34401A Digital MultiMetre (DMM
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Experiment 3
Transient RC circuits
One of the simplest forms of timedependence that can be introduced into a circuit is that of a
simple onoff switch. The stepfunction change in voltage sets off a transient current that dies
down after a while, as the c