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Theses/Dissertations from 1966
Limiting water-cement ratios for concrete under various exposure conditions., James J. Beaudoin
Ideology and policy in the Labour Party: 1951--1959., Michael Bell
Light sources for the excitation of resonance fluorescence in cesium., Dennis Hugh Burling
Tracking of a Phase-Locked Loop under high noise., James F. Campbell
The relationship between age, sex, self-disclosure, and neuroticism., Phyllis Evelyn Elliott
An investigation into the synthesis of an optically active trityl system., Paul L. Fitzgerald
An assessment of the relationship between handedness and earedness., Beatrix R. Horn
Self-licking deprivation and maternal behaviour in the primiparous rat., Theodore Horvath
History of the Negro community in Essex County 1850--1860., Carole Jenson
Morphological patterns of karyokinesis in Saccharomyces carlsbergensis., David F. Kiszkiss
A new application of Routh-Hurwitz criterion., Lung-Fa Ku
I. Effect of divalent metal ions on nucleotide inhibition of citrate synthase. II. Effect of magnesium ions on nucleotide inhibition of yeast glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase. III. Phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase from beef liver., Leo P. K. Lee
Digital pattern recognition: An investigation of the discriminatory properties exhibited by an information theoretical algorithm when applied to a differential function of pattern., William Timothy Mackenzie