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Theses/Dissertations from 1965
A triple cavity ammonia maser., J. W. L. Hastings
The position of maximum velocity in annular flow., Charles M. Ivey
Sir Thomas Wyatt: The precursor of Renaissance verse., John W. Kerr
Thermodynamic studies of polymers under high pressure., Ludwig G. Khoubesserian
The distribution of molecular weight in polystyrene., George Y. S. Lei
The American Presidency: The Kennedy concept., Mary Angela Marr
Sensitized fluorescence in caesium vapor., D. A. McGillis
Sensitized fluorescence in rubidium vapour., Bruce Pitre
William Shakespeare: His changing dramaturgy in the late plays., Walter I. Romanow
The effect of hue and saturation on apparent distance judgments., Robert M. Stelmack
Electromagnetic fields in coupled cavities., Bing Yiu Tam
A modified electron optical system and the gamma-electron angular correlation of gold-198., Murray Lawrence Trudel
The reaction of fused alkali nitrate with naphthacene., Kachappillil Ittoop Verghese
Isothermal and non-isothermal flow of air in a vertical tube., John I. Vissers