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    • A determination of the L/K capture of T 1 204 using a proportional x-ray spectrometer 

      Mattison, Frankie Delane (Texas Tech University, 1960-08)
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    • Black hole binaries in our galaxy: Understanding their population and rapid X-ray variability 

      Arur, Kavitha; 0000-0001-5461-9333 (2020-05)
      One of the fundamental problems in the field of high energy astrophysics is constraining the formation and evolution of compact objects such as black holes and neutron stars in binary systems. The physics of accretion onto ...
    • Customized Hough transform for segmentation of the cervical vertebrae in x-ray images 

      Otero, Abraham Tezmol (Texas Tech University, 2001-12)
      Coarse segmentation of cervical vertebrae in radiographic images is a difficult task that requires an effective segmentation procedure. Noise, occlusions and shape variability (including scale and rotation) are part of the ...
    • Radial-moment analysis for muonic x-rays 

      Ray, Asok Kumar (Texas Tech University, 1977-12)
      The crucial question to be answered in studying the radial shapes of spherical nuclei is: éxactly what parameter of the nuclear charge distribution is determined by each transition energy in muonic atoms? The measurement ...
    • Study of thin films using x-rays 

      Chandolu, Anilkumar (Texas Tech University, 2002-12)
      This thesis describes the experimental methods employed for the study of thin films grown by Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE) or using deposition processes like ebeam evaporation by x-ray diffraction and reflectivity. In ...
    • Thin film characterization by x-ray reflectivity 

      Grave de Peralta, Luis (Texas Tech University, 2000-12)
      There is a growing necessity for experimental techniques able to obtain a good characterization for thin films. X-ray specular reflectometry, a non-destmctive technique able to give resolution in the order of some A, has ...
    • X-ray preionization for triggering spark gaps 

      Ingram, Michael Wright (Texas Tech University, 1986-05)
      The use of a cold field emission flash x-ray tube for spark gap triggering is described, along with measurements of the ionization produced by the tube in nitrogen and argon. For the ionization measurements, the tube is ...