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Submissions from 1999

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A new find of spherical graphite from Sterling Hill, New Jersey, G. A. Hanna and John A. Jaszczak

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The folding funnel landscape for the peptide Met-enkephalin, Ulrich H.E Hansmann, Yuko Okamoto, and Jose N. Onuchic

Fluctuation properties of precipitation. Part V: Distribution of rain rates—theory and observations in clustered rain, A. R. Jameson and Alexander Kostinski

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Non-Rayleigh signal statistics in clustered statistically homogeneous rain, A. R. Jameson and Alexander Kostinski

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Fluctuation properties of precipitation. Part IV: Finescale clustering of drops in variable rain, A. R. Jameson, Alexander Kostinski, and A Kruger

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The feasibility of data whitening to improve performance of weather radar, A. C. Koivunen and Alexander Kostinski

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Disclinations in unusual graphite crystals from anorthosites of Ukraine, Victor N. Kvasnitsa, Victor G. Yatsenko, and John A. Jaszczak

Multiple length scale growth spirals on natural graphite (001) surfaces, K. McCall, J. Rakovan, and John A. Jaszczak

Submissions from 1998

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Fluctuation properties of precipitation. Part II: Reconsideration of the meaning and measurement of raindrop size distributions, A. R. Jameson and Alexander Kostinski

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The texture of clouds, A. R. Jameson, Alexander Kostinski, and R A. Black

Submissions from 1997

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More unusual graphite, John A. Jaszczak

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Morphology of graphite from Pargas (Parainen), Finland, John A. Jaszczak

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Fluctuation properties of precipitation. Part I: On deviations of single-size drop counts from the Poisson distribution, Alexander Kostinski and A. R. Jameson

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Variance bounds on the estimation of reflectivity and polarization parameters in radar meteorology, T J. Schulz and Alexander Kostinski

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A Monte Carlo simulation method for {111} surfaces of silicon and other diamond-cubic materials, Donald L. Woodraska and John A. Jaszczak

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Roughening and Preroughening of Diamond-Cubic {111} Surfaces, Donald L. Woodraska and John A. Jaszczak

Submissions from 1996

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Non-Rayleigh signal statistics caused by relative motion during measurements, A. R. Jameson and Alexander Kostinski

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Unusual graphite crystals from Lime Crest Quarry, Sparta, New Jersey, John A. Jaszczak

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Roughening and preroughening of diamond-cubic {111} surfaces, Donald L. Woodraska and John A. Jaszczak

Submissions from 1995

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Crystallography, John A. Jaszczak

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Zincite comes to light, John A. Jaszczak and Stanley J. Dyl II

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A simple formula for monitoring quadrature phase error with arbitrary signals, Amruta V. Kulkarni and Alexander Kostinski

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Pyrite and marcasite from Northern Illinois, R. Peter Richards, E. L. Clopton, and John A. Jaszczak

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Monte Carlo simulation of dislocation-nucleated etching of silicon {111} surfaces, Donald L. Woodraska, Jason Lacosse, and John A. Jaszczak

Works from 1994

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SCA calculations of the inner shell ionization with Dirac-Fock electronic wave functions, Z. Halabuka, W. Perger, and D. Trautmann

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Famous graphite crystals from Sterling Hill, New Jersey, John A. Jaszczak

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Graphite: Flat, Fibrous and Spherical, John A. Jaszczak

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On the natural occurrence of spherical graphite, John A. Jaszczak

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Quasicrystals: Novel forms of solid matter, John A. Jaszczak

Fluctuations of differential phase and radar measurements of precipitation, Alexander Kostinski

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The use of optimal polarizations for studying the microphysics of precipitation: Nonattenuating wavelengths, John Kwiatkowski, Alexander Kostinski, and A. R. Jameson

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Monitoring Quadrature phase error and gain mismatch using noise, B H. Suits, Alexander Kostinski, and Amruta V. Kulkarni

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Tailored elastic behavior of multilayers through controlled interface structure, D. Wolf and John A. Jaszczak

Submissions from 1993

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Generalized trace condition on the Mueller–Jones polarization matrix, Christian Brosseau, Clark Givens, and Alexander Kostinski

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A simple necessary and sufficient condition on physically realizable Mueller Matrices, Clark Givens and Alexander Kostinski

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Constraints on Mueller matrices of polarization optics, Alexander Kostinski, Clark Givens, and John Kwiatkowski

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Spaceborne radar sensing of precipitation above an ocean surface: Polarization contrast study, Alexander Kostinski, John Kwiatkowski, and A. R. Jameson

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Quantum mechanical calculations of stoichiometric MgO clusters, J. M. Recio, A. Ayuela, R. Pandey, et al.

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Variable energy positron beam characterization of defects in as-grown and annealed low temperature grown GaAs, M. T. Umlor, D. J. Keeble, P. W. Cooke, et al.

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A random wave method for detecting phase imbalance in a coherent radar receiver, Zhenni Wang and Alexander Kostinski

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Computer simulation of the anomalous elastic behavior of interface materials, Dieter Wolf and John A. Jaszczak

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Role of interface dislocations and surface steps in the work of adhesion, Dieter Wolf and John A. Jaszczak

Submissions from 1992

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Optimal detection in depolarizing media: extension for partially polarized sources, Brian James and Alexander Kostinski

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Growth twinning in graphite from the Crestmore and Jensen Quarries, Riverside Co., California, John A. Jaszczak

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Depolarization criterion for incoherent scattering, Alexander Kostinski

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On the gain of a passive linear depolarizing system, Alexander Kostinski and Clark Givens

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Pyrite bars resulting from epitaxial overgrowth on marcasite whiskers, R. P. Richards, E. L. Clopton, and John A. Jaszczak

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On the interaction between steps in vicinal fcc surfaces: I. Steps along 〈001〉, Dieter Wolf and John A. Jaszczak

Works from 1991

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An approximation method for eigenvectors of very large matrices, D. J. Groh, R. A. Marshall, A. B. Kunz, et al.

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Graphite from Crestmore, Riverside County, California, John A. Jaszczak

Works from 1987

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Pauli Enhancement of H < inf> c2 of a Triplet Superconductor, John E. Jaffe