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  • An attempt to demonstrate the existence of short range alpha particles from radium C 

    Nova Scotian Institute of Science; Henderson, G. H.; Nickerson, J. L. (Wm. Macnab & Son, 1929)
  • COMPILING PROGRAMS FOR AN ADIABATIC QUANTUM COMPUTER 

    Snow-Kropla, Elliot (2014-08-14)
    A method for compiling programs for adiabatic quantum computers is described, and the resulting programs evaluated on a physically implemented adiabatic quantum machine. These results are used to characterize the performance ...
  • Dynamics: 1. On the distinguishing properties of matter; 2. On the perserverance of matter; 3. Of the powers and activity of matter 

    Dinwiddie, James (2009-07-23)
    These notes written by James Dinwiddie focus on matter. The notes are split into three sections; the first deals with the properties of matter including various propositions. The second discusses the perserverance of matter ...
  • Effects of Errors in the Hamiltonian Programming Process of Adiabatic Quantum Computing 

    Whiteway, Aaron (2014-08-21)
    In order to measure the effects of the errors we measure of the likelihood an erroneous instance of a Hamiltonian shares the same ground state as the intended Hamiltonian (resilience). The effects of errors on the spectrum ...
  • Elementary Bodys [sic] 

    Dinwiddie, James (2009-07-23)
    These notes written by James Dinwiddie concern "Elementary Bodys [sic]". Dinwiddie briefly discusses chemical compositions in one set of notes. In the second set, he discusses motion and the necessity of experimentation ...
  • Hydrostatics and Hydraulics; Nature in Three Different Views; Colour; Lights and Colour 

    Dinwiddie, James (2009-07-23)
    These notes written by James Dinwiddie examine a number of topics in physics including light, motion, matter, hydraulics, and hydrostatics as well as a treatise on Nature from the points of view of philosophy, art, and ...
  • July 23, 1787 

    Robertson, Harry (2009-12-11)
    A letter from Harry Robertson to James Dinwiddie dated July 23, 1787.
  • KINETICS OF FIELD EVAPORATION, A STUDY OF MOLECULES IN HIGH ELECTRIC FIELDS 

    Nickerson, Brenden
    Field Evaporation, the physical phenomenon harnessed in the atom probe microscope, describes the breaking apart of molecules in an electric field. Interest has shifted away from the well understood field evaporation of ...
  • Lecture 4 - Pneumatics; Lecture 5 

    Dinwiddie, James (2009-07-21)
    These lecture notes written by James Dinwiddie in 1787 (?) discuss the study of pneumatics. He notes its connection with air and the atmosphere. Dinwiddie records several experiments involving barometers, fountains, and pumps.
  • Lecture Notes 

    Dinwiddie, James (2009-07-22)
    These notes written by James Dinwiddie ca. 1793 lists a series of topics in physics including heat, sight, electricity, magnetism, and fluids. This file consists of 32 pages of notes.
  • Lecture Notes 

    Dinwiddie, James (2009-07-21)
    These point form notes were taken by James Dinwiddie at a lecture on Wednesday, June 11, 1783. The notes cover a range of topics in chemistry and physics including Boschovich's Theory, chemical mixtures, evaporation, and ...
  • Lecture Notes 

    Dinwiddie, James (2009-07-22)
    These notes written by James Dinwiddie outline twenty lectures on topics in physics including motion, gravity, force, and acceleration. The notes also touch on natural theology with respect to knowledge and creation. The ...
  • Magnetism and Electricity 

    Dinwiddie, James (2009-07-24)
    In this scientific journal written begun April 1, 1776, James Dinwiddie discusses magnetism and electricity. He includes several diagrams related to magnets and magnetic fields and queries at the end of the section. This ...
  • MEASUREMENT OF THE ELASTIC FORM FACTOR RATIO μGE/GM USING ELECTRON SCATTERING SPIN ASYMMETRIES 

    Campbell, Jessica
    Electron scattering is a powerful tool for studying the internal structure of the proton. In particular, elastic electron-proton scattering is used to access the electromagnetic form factors (GE and GM) due to an implied ...
  • Miscellanies, No. 1-5 

    Dinwiddie, James (2009-07-21)
    These lecture notes written by James Dinwiddie ca. 1793 are titled "Miscellanies". The notes deal with a variety of chemical, physical, and biological topics. The file consists of 69 pages of lecture notes.
  • Motion and Force 

    Dinwiddie, James (2009-07-23)
    These notes written by James Dinwiddie focus on motion and force. He mentions various forces that act on bodies including gravity and electricity as well as the various types of motion. This file consists of 38 pages of ...
  • Notes on a Course of Lectures on Natural Philosophy 

    Dinwiddie, James (2009-07-21)
    These notes written by James Dinwiddie on October 14, 1793 discuss natural philosophy with a focus on topics in physics including space, time, matter, and gravity. This file consists of fifteen pages of lecture notes.
  • Notes on a Course of Lectures on Natural Philosophy 

    Dinwiddie, James (2009-07-21)
    These notes written by James Dinwiddie on October 18, 1793 discuss natural philosophy with a focus on topics in physics including motion, gravity, pendulums, . This file consists of fifteen pages of lecture notes.
  • Of the General Affections of Motion 

    Dinwiddie, James (2009-07-22)
    These notes written by James Dinwiddie ca. 1793 discuss general principles of motion including velocity and dynamics. This file consists of five pages of notes.
  • Optics 

    Dinwiddie, James (2009-07-24)
    In this scientific journal, James Dinwiddie focuses on optics. He begins with a series of queries related to optics and expands the discussion to the compositon and humours of the eye as well as various experiments in ...