Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.^{®}
 Discipline

 Engineering (4)
 Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research (2)
 Science and Mathematics Education (2)
 Education (2)
 Acoustics, Dynamics, and Controls (1)

 Ordinary Differential Equations and Applied Dynamics (1)
 Space Vehicles (1)
 Mathematics (1)
 Nonlinear Dynamics (1)
 Navigation, Guidance, Control and Dynamics (1)
 Mechanical Engineering (1)
 Applied Mathematics (1)
 Control Theory (1)
 Engineering Physics (1)
 Electrical and Computer Engineering (1)
 Other Applied Mathematics (1)
 Aerospace Engineering (1)
 Numerical Analysis and Computation (1)
 Dynamical Systems (1)
 Dynamic Systems (1)
 Controls and Control Theory (1)
 Biomedical Engineering and Bioengineering (1)
 Partial Differential Equations (1)
 Keyword

 Concepts in physics (2)
 Physics teaching (2)
 Science teaching (2)
 Mechanics (1)
 Distance (1)

 Mechanical properties (1)
 Height measurements (1)
 Atom surface interactions (1)
 Acoustics (1)
 Time (1)
 Speed (1)
 Control Theory, Sliding Mode Control (1)
 Quantum mechanics (1)
 Kinematics (1)
 Students understanding (1)
 Relative speed (1)
 Phenomenographic study (1)
 Atomic force microscopy (1)
 Supersymmetry (1)
 Physics (1)
 Publication
 File Type
Articles 1  16 of 16
FullText Articles in Physics
Comparison Of Suppression Across Frequencies, Linda M. Thibodeau, Marc A. Fagelson
Comparison Of Suppression Across Frequencies, Linda M. Thibodeau, Marc A. Fagelson
Marc A. Fagelson
Selected Topics On Dynamical Symmetry Breaking, Tonnis Ter Veldhuis
Selected Topics On Dynamical Symmetry Breaking, Tonnis Ter Veldhuis
Tonnis ter Veldhuis
No abstract provided.
Apparent And True Feature Heights In Force Microscopy, Nancy Burnham
Apparent And True Feature Heights In Force Microscopy, Nancy Burnham
Nancy A. Burnham
In a force microscope, the stiffness of the cantilever beam convolutes with the tip‐sample interaction stiffness to influence the data in a systematic way. The analysis presented here relates the measured feature height to the true feature height in the variable force, constant force, and constant force gradient modes of operation. In this way, one can understand previously published data: the enhanced measured atomic corrugation observed in high resolution force microscopy images, its increase with load, and the improved resolution of lateral force images. The correct interaction stiffness can be obtained for use in surface force and mechanical properties ...
Viscoelastic Properties Of A Bent And Straight Dimeric Liquid Crystal, Gregory A. Dilisi, Charles Rosenblatt, Anselm C. Griffin, Eugene M. Terentjev
Viscoelastic Properties Of A Bent And Straight Dimeric Liquid Crystal, Gregory A. Dilisi, Charles Rosenblatt, Anselm C. Griffin, Eugene M. Terentjev
Gregory A. DiLisi
Burnham, Colton, And Pollock Reply, Nancy Burnham, Rj Colton, Hm Pollock
Burnham, Colton, And Pollock Reply, Nancy Burnham, Rj Colton, Hm Pollock
Nancy A. Burnham
It is not necessary to obtain permission to reuse this article or its components as it is available under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. This license permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided attribution to the author (s) and the published article's title, journal citation, and DOI are maintained. Please note that some figures may have been included with permission from other third parties. It is your responsibility to obtain the proper permission from the rights holder
Anomalies For Pedestrians, Br Holstein
Anomalies For Pedestrians, Br Holstein
Barry R Holstein
The subject of anomalies, i.e., quantum mechanical symmetry breaking, is addressed using only basic quantum mechanics. Examples from different areas of physics are examined
Study Of The Violation Of Parity In Nuclear BetaDecay Via A Relative BetaPolarization Measurement With Polarized In107 Nuclei, N Severijns, R Prieels, M Allet, J Camps, P Demoor, J Deutsch, F Gimenonogues, Br Holstein, Bh King, O Naviliatcuncici, I Pepe, Pa Quin, P Schuurmans, R Siebelink, W Vanderpoorten, J Vanhaverbeke, L Vanneste, J Wouters
Study Of The Violation Of Parity In Nuclear BetaDecay Via A Relative BetaPolarization Measurement With Polarized In107 Nuclei, N Severijns, R Prieels, M Allet, J Camps, P Demoor, J Deutsch, F Gimenonogues, Br Holstein, Bh King, O Naviliatcuncici, I Pepe, Pa Quin, P Schuurmans, R Siebelink, W Vanderpoorten, J Vanhaverbeke, L Vanneste, J Wouters
Barry R Holstein
No abstract provided.
Solvable Quantum Mechanical Examples Of Broken Supersymmetry, Asim Gangopadhyaya
Solvable Quantum Mechanical Examples Of Broken Supersymmetry, Asim Gangopadhyaya
Asim Gangopadhyaya
Quantum Correlations And 3 Body Decays At A PhiFactory, Jf Donoghue, Br Holstein, Af Perez
Quantum Correlations And 3 Body Decays At A PhiFactory, Jf Donoghue, Br Holstein, Af Perez
Barry R Holstein
No abstract provided.
Phenomenographic Research And The Measurement Of Understanding: An Investigation Of Students' Conceptions Of Speed, Distance And Time, P Ramsden, Geoff Masters, Andrew Stephanou, E Walsh, E Martin
Phenomenographic Research And The Measurement Of Understanding: An Investigation Of Students' Conceptions Of Speed, Distance And Time, P Ramsden, Geoff Masters, Andrew Stephanou, E Walsh, E Martin
Prof Geoff Masters AO
No abstract provided.
Physics Students' Understanding Of Relative Speed: A Phenomenographic Study, Eleanor Walsh, Gloria Dall'alba, John Bowden, Elaine Martin, Ference Marton, Geoff Masters, Paul Ramsden, Andrew Stephanou
Physics Students' Understanding Of Relative Speed: A Phenomenographic Study, Eleanor Walsh, Gloria Dall'alba, John Bowden, Elaine Martin, Ference Marton, Geoff Masters, Paul Ramsden, Andrew Stephanou
Prof Geoff Masters AO
It is important that students of physics develop both quantitative and qualitative understanding of physical concepts and principles. Although accuracy and reliability in solving quantitative problems is necessary, a qualitative understanding is required in applying concepts and principles to new problems and in reallife situations. If students are not able to understand what underlies quantitative problemsolving procedures nor interpret the solution in physical terms, it is questionable whether they have developed an adequate understanding of physics. The research reported here is part of a larger phenomenographic study that is concerned with the assessment of physics students' understanding of some basic ...
Equivalence Theorem And Global Anomalies, John Donoghue, Jusak Tandean
Equivalence Theorem And Global Anomalies, John Donoghue, Jusak Tandean
John Donoghue
Quantum Correlations In Three Body Ö Decay, John Donoghue, Barry Holstein, Antonio Perez
Quantum Correlations In Three Body Ö Decay, John Donoghue, Barry Holstein, Antonio Perez
John Donoghue
PhotonPhoton Scattering, Pion Polarizability And Chiral Symmetry, John Donoghue, Barry Holstein
PhotonPhoton Scattering, Pion Polarizability And Chiral Symmetry, John Donoghue, Barry Holstein
John Donoghue
Electromagnetic Self Energies Of Pseudoscalar Mesons And Dashen's Theorem, John Donoghue, Barry Holstein, Daniel Wyler
Electromagnetic Self Energies Of Pseudoscalar Mesons And Dashen's Theorem, John Donoghue, Barry Holstein, Daniel Wyler
John Donoghue
Sliding Mode Control Of The Systems With Uncertain Direction Of Control Vector, Sergey V. Drakunov
Sliding Mode Control Of The Systems With Uncertain Direction Of Control Vector, Sergey V. Drakunov
Sergey V. Drakunov
No abstract provided.