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  • Cox, Laurence; Logan, Peter; Cobbin, Deirdre (IDP Education Australia, 2002)
  • Liu, J; McBean, KE; Harris, N; Cortie, MB (2007-06-15)
    Suspensions of mesoscale gold half-shells of controlled size were produced by microsphere-templated vapour deposition and their optical properties were studied. The transmission spectra of the particles exhibited an ...
  • Ji, Z; Cao, H; Ying, M (American Physical Soc, 2005-01)
    This paper constructs a local operation and classical communication protocol that achieves the global optimality of conclusive discrimination of any two pure states with arbitrary a priori probability. This can be interpreted ...
  • Feng, Y; Duan, R; Ji, Z (American Physical Soc, 2006-01)
    We examine dense coding with an arbitrary pure entangled state sharing between the sender and the receiver. Upper bounds on the average success probability in approximate dense coding and on the probability of conclusive ...
  • Yu, N; Duan, R; Ying, M (Amer Physical Soc, 2010-01)
    A2 circle times 2 unitary operation is called a perfect entangler if it can generate a maximally entangled state from some unentangled input. We study the following question: How many runs of a given two-qubit entangling ...
  • Deller, CA; Franklin, J (Australian Institute of Physics, 2005-01)
    Transparent Refractive Index Matched Micro-particles (TRIMM) in polymer rods are highly efficient light mixers. This paper addressess the problem of estimating the optimum length fr the mixing rods, for a given TRIMM-to-matrix ...
  • Chahine, K; Ballico, M; Reizes, J; Madadnia, J (SPRINGER/PLENUM PUBLISHERS, 2008-02-01)
  • Chahine Khaled; Ballico Mark; Reizes John; Madadnia Jafar (Springer Netherlands, 2008)
    Design modifications are presented for a 289-mm long, 25.4-mm inner diameter blackbody heater element of a 48 kW Thermogage blackbody furnace, based on (i) cutting a small â¿¿heater zoneâ¿¿ into the ends of the tube and ...
  • Gan, BK; Bilek, MM; McKenzie, DR; Swift, PD; McCredie, G (IOP Publishing Ltd, 2003-01)
    In order to deposit fine structures such as nanoscale multilayers using a pulsed cathodic arc, it is necessary to ensure that the deposition per pulse is stable over a large number of pulses. We compare the deposition rate ...
  • Och, DJ; Percival, I; Leitch, EC (Linnean Soc New South Wales, 2007-01)
    Conodonts of Middle to Late Ordovician age, obtained from cherts of the Watonga Formation exposed in the Port Macquarie Block of the Mid North Coast region of New South Wales, establish this unit as the oldest biostratig ...
  • King, GF; Escoubas, P; Nicholson, GM (2008-03)
    Numerous metazoans express venoms for the purpose of defense, competitor deterrence or prey capture. Peptide neurotoxins are particularly well represented in the venoms of arachnids, cnidarians and mollusks and these toxins ...
  • Duan, Runyao; Feng, Yuan; Ying, Mingsheng (The American Physical Society, 2009)
    We provide a feasible necessary and sufficient condition for when an unknown quantum operation (quantum device) secretly selected from a set of known quantum operations can be identified perfectly within a finite number ...
  • Wang, G; Ying, M (Amer Physical Soc, 2008-01)
    We study the possibility of performing perfect teleportation of unknown quantum states from multiple senders to a single receiver with a previously shared stabilizer state. In the model we considered, the utilized stabilizer ...
  • Mohan, AS; Chiu, H-M; Huang, T (2004)
    The performance optimization of microwave low pass and bandpass filters using photonic band gap (PBG) structures was discussed. The low pass filters used periodic defective ground structures while bandpass filter used a ...
  • Frederiksen, Maj; Bochenkov, Vladimir; Sutherland, Duncan; Cortie, Michael (American Chemical Society, 2013)
    Large-area arrays of dispersed multilayer gold-dielectric nanocups were fabricated by colloidal lithography and studied by extinction spectroscopy. Hybridization of the elemental plasmons of the individual nanocups gave ...
  • Cortie, MB; Harris, N; Ford, MJ (2007-05-15)
    Gold nanoparticles manifest one or more plasmon resonances, resulting in enhanced absorption and scattering of light at the resonant frequencies. The absorbed light is converted to heat. Here we analyze how the resulting ...
  • Jin, J; Liu, Z; Guo, Y; Zhu, J (Elsevier Science Bv, 2007-01)
    This paper investigates the performance of a prototype resistive fault current limiter (FCL) made using a high temperature superconductor (HTS). Its behavior under normal operation and short-circuit conditions in a 6 kV/1 ...
  • Ying, M; Duan, R; Feng, Y (Cambridge University Press, 2013-01-01)
    This chapter presents a systematic exposition of predicate transformer semantics for quantum programs. It is divided into two parts: The first part reviews the state transformer (forward) semantics of quantum programs ...
  • Hoft, RC; Ford, MJ; Cortie, MB (2006-10-05)
    We use ab initio calculations of the tunneling current through a 1,4-phenylenedimethanethiol (XYL) molecule adsorbed between Au(1 1 1) electrodes to show that there are circumstances under which tunneling currents can be ...
  • Liu, H; Shon, HK; Sun, X; Vigneswaran, S; Nan, H (2011-04-15)
    In this study we present the effects of iron oxide (Fe2O 3) on titanium dioxide (TiO2) in synthesising visible-light reactive photocatalysts. A Fe2O3-TiO 2 composite photocatalyst was synthesized from Fe2(SO 4)3 and Ti(SO4)2 ...