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Study Of Jet And Missing Transverse Energy Performance In Dijet Events With ATLAS Data
The Large Hadron Collider(LHC) is the world's largest particle collider at CERN, Geneva, operating at a center of mass energy of 7 TeV . The Toroidal LHC Apparatus (ATLAS)is one of two general purpose detectors at the LHC. ...
Measurement Of The Spectral Distribution Of The Low Energy Electrons Emitted As A Result Of M₃VV Auger Transitions In Cu(100)
Auger Photoelectron Coincidence Spectroscopy (APECS) was used to investigate the physics of the Low Energy Tail (LET) region of the Auger spectrum of a Cu(100) sample. Two Cylindrical Mirror Analyzers (CMAs) were used to ...
A Study Of The Viscous Interaction Between The Solar Wind And Earth's Magnetosphere Using An MHD Simulation
The solar wind interacts with Earth's magnetosphere largely through magnetic reconnection and a “viscous-like” interaction that is not fully understood. The ionospheric cross-polar cap potential (ΦPC) component due to ...
On The Electronic And Geometric Structure Properties Of Silicon-germanium Nanoclusters: A Hybrid Density Functional Theoretic Study
Hybrid density functional theory has been used to study the electronic and geometric structure properties of silicon-germanium nanoclusters containing up to eight atoms. The hybrid functional used is Becke's three-parameter ...
Defect Studies In Cu-based P-type Transparent conducting Oxides
Among other intrinsic open-volume defects, copper vacancy (VCu) has been theoretically identified as the major acceptor in p-type Cu-based semiconducting transparent oxides, which has potential as low-cost photovoltaic ...