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  • Younesi, Bahram (1990-05)
    The first objective of this project is to provide a general description of data acquisition systems to develop a design approach that promotes a systematic design methodology. The second objective is to present analytical ...
  • Yao, Daniel Paowen (1990-01)
    The purpose of this project is to study and design a robot system that can play a specially modified checker game with people. With a "vision" covering the entire game board, it monitors and memorizes every move made by ...
  • Yi, Jong Hwa (1990-08)
    In order to optimize the production of 118Te in thick targets for use in a 118Te/118Sb radionuclide generator, the excitation function for the 121Sb(p,4n)118Te reaction has been measured for 30-46 MeV protons. The excitation ...
  • Wurzbach, Roy A. (1990-05)
    Reverse phase liquid chromatography is used for the first time to separate a glycidyl azide polymer (GAP) into respective homologue fractions. UV-Vis spectra of the eluting components in these chromatograms have the same ...
  • Wooi-chin, Ong (1990-08)
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