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A study of the effects of linear networks on FM waves
(Virginia Tech, 1966-05-05)
Two methods of predicting the distortion which is generated in frequency-modulated waves during passage through linear networks have been investigated in this paper. The major emphasis has been placed on the Fourier method ...
The influence of various levels of readily-available carbohydrates in purified rations on cellulose digestibility by sheep
(Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1966)
Analysis of hydrologic systems
(Virginia Tech, 1968-01-16)
A comparative study of the structure and biochemical activity of flight muscles from several insect species
(Virginia Tech, 1965-02-05)
Comparative histological and biochemical studies were conducted with the flight muscles and mitochondria of several insect species to determine any correlation which exists between muscle structure and the metabolic activity ...
A response surface approach to the mixture problem when the mixture components are categorized
(Virginia Tech, 1968-12-05)
Vibration of stressed shells of double curvature
(Virginia Tech, 1968-06-15)
A study of the nuclear quadrupole resonance spectrum of beryllium in chrysoberyl
(Virginia Tech, 1963-04-05)
The interpretation of the data is done by two different methods. In method one each of the curves in Figure X is grouped separately with the curves of Figures VIII and IX to determine the matrix elements of the field ...
Applications of a generalized integral transform to vibrations of continuous media
(Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1968)
The metabolic role of intracellular inorganic polyphosphate during the synchronous growth of Chlorella pyrenoidosa
(Virginia Tech, 1964-04-11)
The demonstration in algae and bacteria of the presence of a high molecular weight polymer of inorganic phosphate has raised questions concerning the metabolic role of the polymer and the mechanism(s) by which it is ...
Stratigraphy and petrography of the Iron Mountain formation (basal part of the Unicoi group) in southwestern Virginia
(Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1964)
The Precambrian or Canbrian Unicoi Formation in southwestern Virginia consists of at least three litho logically distinct rock sequences which can be distin guished as formations. The Uhicoi therefore should be raised ...