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Fig. 1

Insulated metallic particles on the source electrode would constitute a porous floating gate. The particles would be charged or discharged by quantum mechanical tunneling during the application of writing or erasing voltages.

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Fig. 2

Integrated optical and microwave waveguides in electrooptical materials constitute a traveling wave electrooptical modulator in the configuration of a Mach-Zehnder interferometer.

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Fig. 3

Tunable submillimeter-wave generator would be a layered (Al/Ga)As device.

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Fig. 4

Measured current vs voltage curve of the contact deposited with the AlAs barrier indicates the presence of a Schottky barrier 0.85 V high. The straight current vs voltage line of a similar contact deposited without the AlAs barrier indicates that this contact is ohmic.

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Fig. 5

Typical fluorescence spectra of single-crystal fibers of the indicated materials. The fibers are doped with triply ionized titanium.

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Fig. 6

PBMR was developed to demonstrate technolgies that may be desirable in pushbroom radiometry and to demonstrate the push-broom concept in an airborne prototype.

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Fig. 7

Phase conjugator compares the phase θ t at the transmitter and θ r at the receiver and uses a voltage-controlled oscillator to maintain the phase at the remote station as close as possible to the reference phase θ0.

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Fig. 8

Automatic filling system transfers liquid helium from a storage vessel to an experimental apparatus under computer control. Gaseous helium from a cylinder supplies the pumping pressure.

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Fig. 9

Abrupt changes in the intensity of scattered light on each plot indicate the onset of formation of particles at the indicated power levels. The formation of particles can be prevented by keeping the power low.

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Fig. 10

Pretreatment of a Pt/SnO2 catalyst with humidified gas results in an improvement in the activity of the catalyst, as manifested in the yield of CO2 in the catalyzed reaction between CO and O2.

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