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Theses/Dissertations from 1966
The Italian Communist Party 1921--1964: A profile., Aldo U. Marchini
The design of a hardware symbol table for use in an algebraic computer., Williams D. McGee
Transient analysis of dynamic systems under unbalanced operations., Wilbur T. Miller
The logic design of a centering device for a pattern recognition system., Narayanan K. Natarajan
Ester pyrolysis study of some sterically hindered alcohols., Raphael Martin Ottenbrite
An electron paramagnetic resonance study of iron(+3) in single crystals of topaz., Stuart Milton Quick
The vertical-horizontal illusion in the tactual modality., James J. Sheridan
Depth perception of coloured lights in motion under difficult seeing conditions., James Joseph Sheridan
A Hele-Shaw model study of water table response to tile drains., Robert A. Shery
Pressure induced transitions in inorganic hydrates., Radha Rama Sood
Relativistic theory of plasmas., Kwok-Kee Tam