• The Formation Mechanism Of Gas Giants On Wide Orbits 

      Dodson-Robinson, Sarah E.; Veras, Dimitri; Ford, Eric B.; Beichman, Charles A. (2009-12)
      The recent discoveries of massive planets on ultra-wide orbits of HR 8799 and Fomalhaut present a new challenge for planet formation theorists. Our goal is to figure out which of three giant planet formation mechanisms ...
    • The formation of drops by nozzles and the breakup of liquid jets 

      Ohnesorge, Wolfgang von (2019-10-20)
      Shows by means of high-speed motion pictures that the breakup of a jet passes successively through three phases (breakup according to Rayleigh — breakup according to Weber-Haenlein — atomization), and that the transition ...
    • Formation Of Optical Bullets In Laser-Driven Plasma Bubble Accelerators 

      Dong, P.; Reed, S. A.; Yi, S. A.; Kalmykov, S.; Shvets, G.; Matlis, N. H.; McGuffey, C.; Bulanov, S. S.; Chvykov, V.; Kalintchenko, G.; Krushelnick, K.; Maksimchuk, A.; Matsuoka, T.; Thomas, A. G. R.; Yanovsky, V.; Downer, M. C. (2010-11)
      Electron density bubbles generated in plasma of density n(e) similar to 10(19)/cm(3) are shown to reshape copropagating probe pulses into optical >bullets.> The bullets, reconstructed by frequency-domain interferometric ...
    • Formation Of The First Galaxies 

      Bromm, V. (2012)
      The emergence of the first stars and galaxies ended the cosmic dark ages, thus fundamentally transforming the simple initial state of the universe into one of ever increasing complexity. We will review the basic physics ...
    • Formation, Nature, And Stability Of The Arsenic-Silicon-Oxygen Alloy For Plasma Doping Of Non-Planar Silicon Structures 

      Ventzek, Peter L. G.; Kweon, Kyoung E.; Ueda, Hirokazu; Oka, Masahiro; Sugimoto, Yasuhiro; Hwang, Gyeong S. (2014-12)
      We demonstrate stable arsenic-silicon-oxide film formation during plasma doping of arsenic into non-planar silicon surfaces through investigation of the nature and stability of the ternary oxide using first principles ...
    • Fountain Of Lamps 

      Wiseman, James (1970)
    • A Four-Planet System Orbiting The K0V Star HD 141399 

      Vogt, Steven S.; Butler, R. Paul; Rivera, Eugenio J.; Kibrick, Robert; Burt, Jennifer; Hanson, Russell; Meschiari, Stefano; Henry, Gregory W.; Laughlin, Gregory (2014-06)
      We present precision radial velocity (RV) data sets from Keck-HIRES and from Lick Observatory's new Automated Planet Finder Telescope and Levy Spectrometer on Mt. Hamilton that reveal a multiple-planet system orbiting the ...
    • Fourth-Generation Activity Theory: An Integrative Literature Review and Implications for Professional Communication 

      Spinuzzi, Clay; Guile, David (IEEE, 2019)
      Activity theory in its “third generation” (3GAT) has been used extensively to analyze case studies in professional communication and related fields such as information systems, workforce education, and computer-supported ...
    • Fractal scattering dynamics of the three-dimensional HOCl molecule 

      Lin, Yi-Der; Barr, Alex M.; Reichl, L. E.; Jung, Christof (2013-06)
      We compare the 2D and 3D classical fractal scattering dynamics of Cl and HO for energies just above dissociation of the HOCl molecule, using a realistic potential energy surface for the HOCl molecule and techniques developed ...
    • Fractal scattering in a radiation field 

      Lin, Yi-Der; Barr, Alex; Na, Kyungsun; Reichl, Linda E. (2011-05)
      We examine the transfer matrix and the stepping times for chaotic scattering of the excess electron in the chlorine ion Cl(-) from the chlorine atom. We use this information to determine the fraction of incident trajectories ...
    • A fractional split distribution model for statewide commodity flow analysis 

      Sivakumar, Aruna; Bhat, Chandra R. (Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, 2002)
      This paper proposes and applies a relatively simple, but comprehensive, approach to modeling inter-regional commodity flow volumes. The approach estimates the fraction of commodity consumed at each destination zone that ...
    • Fragmentation And Evolution Of Molecular Clouds. II. The Effect Of Dust Heating 

      Urban, Andrea; Martel, Hugo; Evans, Neal J. (2010-02)
      We investigate the effect of heating by luminosity sources in a simulation of clustered star formation. Our heating method involves a simplified continuum radiative transfer method that calculates the dust temperature. The ...
    • Fragmentation And Evolution Of Molecular Clouds. III. The Effect Of Dust And Gas Energetics 

      Martel, Hugo; Urban, Andrea; Evans, Neal J. (2012-09)
      Dust and gas energetics are incorporated into a cluster-scale simulation of star formation in order to study the effect of heating and cooling on the star formation process. We build on our previous work by calculating ...
    • Fragmentation In The First Galaxies 

      Safranek-Shrader, Chalence; Bromm, Volker; Milosavljevic, Milos (2010-11)
      Motivated by recent simulations of galaxy formation in which protogalaxies acquire their baryonic content through cold accretion, we study the gravitational fragmentation of cold streams flowing into a typical first galaxy. ...
    • Fragmentation In The First Galaxies 

      Safranek-Shrader, C. (2010-11)
      Using a one-zone model, we study the gravitational fragmentation of baryonic cold streams flowing into a typical first galaxy at high redshift to predict the expected fragmentation mass scale and thus a characteristic mass ...
    • Fragmentation of the Large Subunit Ribosomal RNA Gene in Oyster Mitochondrial Genomes 

      Milbury, Coren A.; Lee, Jung C.; Cannone, Jamie J.; Gaffney, Patrick M.; Gutell, Robin R. (2010-09)
      Discontinuous genes have been observed in bacteria, archaea, and eukaryotic nuclei, mitochondria and chloroplasts. Gene discontinuity occurs in multiple forms: the two most frequent forms result from introns that are spliced ...
    • A framework and methodology for reporting geographically and temporally resolved solar data: A case study of Texas 

      Wogan, David M.; Webber, Michael E.; da Silva, Alexandre K. (American Institute of Physics, 2010-10-28)
      This paper presents a framework and methodology for reporting measured solar radiation data. Geographically and temporally resolved solar data have been calculated for all 254 counties in Texas using geospatial interpolation ...
    • Free l-groups and vector lattices 

      Bleier, Roger D. (Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society (Series A), 1975)
    • Frequency And Properties Of Bars In Cluster And Field Galaxies At Intermediate Redshifts 

      Barazza, F. D.; Jablonka, P.; Desai, V.; Jogee, S.; Aragon-Salamanca, A.; De Lucia, G.; Saglia, R. P.; Halliday, C.; Poggianti, B. M.; Dalcanton, J. J.; Rudnick, G.; Milvang-Jensen, B.; Noll, S.; Simard, L.; Clowe, D. I.; Pello, R.; White, S. D. M.; Zaritsky, D. (2009-04)
      We present a study of large-scale bars in field and cluster environments out to redshifts of similar to 0.8 using a final sample of 945 moderately inclined disk galaxies drawn from the EDisCS project. We characterize bars ...
    • Frequency Domain Tomography Of Evolving Laser-Plasma Accelerator Structures 

      Dong, P.; Reed, S.; Kalmykov, S.; Shvets, G.; Downer, M. (2009-11)
      Frequency Domain Holography (FDH), a technique for visualizing quasistatic objects propagating near the speed of light, has produced >snapshots> of laser wakefields,(1) but they are averaged over structural variations that ...