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#### Boundary layers in geophysical vortices and related flows

(The University of Edinburgh, 1974)

#### Search for a screening effect due to atomic electrons in electron nuclear scattering

(The University of Edinburgh, 1963)

#### Studies in low energy magnetic spectroscopy using sources of RaD, MsTh2 and 233Pa

(The University of Edinburgh, 1952)

#### Determination of lifetimes of nuclear states by observations on x ray satellites

(The University of Edinburgh, 1965)

#### Some problems in quantum mechanical representation theory

(The University of Edinburgh, 1967)

Recently there has been much interact in the group
theoretical investigation of inherent dynamical symmetries of
exactly solvable systems such as the non-relativistic Kepler
problem, rigid rotator and the isotropic ...

#### Unstable particles in modern field theory

(The University of Edinburgh, 1962)

The problem of extending the Quantum Theory of Fields to
include a description of decay processes has provoked a rapid
growth of interest in recent years. This problem was
temporarily by-passed in the early attempts to ...

#### Calorimetry of high energy photon and electron beams

(The University of Edinburgh, 1975)

The past two decades have seen a very dramatic rise in the production
of megavoltage X-ray and electron accelerators for use in therapeutic
medicine. Concomitant with this increase has been the need to develop
accurate ...

#### Calculations of electron flux spectra in water irradiated with mega voltage electron and photon beams with applications to dosimetry

(The University of Edinburgh, 1976)

#### Coincidence studies with the active deposits of radium and thorium

(The University of Edinburgh, 1952)

#### Computation of the vertical velocity on the synoptic scale

(The University of Edinburgh, 1973)

Several sets of equations which can be used to find the
vertical velocity are examined. A distinction is made between
assumptions that are based on physical considerations and those
based on computational necessity. ...