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The MIT Open Access Articles collection consists of scholarly articles written by MIT-affiliated authors that are made available through DSpace@MIT under the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy, or under related publisher agreements. Articles in this collection generally reflect changes made during peer-review.

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  • Petruccelli, Jon C.; Gupta, Rajiv; Pan, Adam; Xu, Ling; Barbastathis, George (SPIE, 2014-08)
    We demonstrate a quantitative X-ray phase contrast imaging (XPCI) technique derived from propagation dependent phase change. We assume that the absorption and phase components are correlated and solve the Transport of ...
  • Boettcher, Thomas Julian; Ilten, Philip J; Williams, Michael (Springer Nature, 2017-05)
    An amplitude analysis of the decay Λ[subscript b][superscript 0]→ D[superscript 0]pπ[superscript −] is performed in the part of the phase space containing resonances in the D[superscript 0][subscript p] channel. The study ...
  • Cornago, Ignacio; Bravo, Javier; Pérez-Conde, Jesus; Choi, Hyungryul J.; Kim, Jeong-Gil; Dominguez, Sagrario; Barbastathis, George (American Vacuum Society, 2014-03)
    In this work, the authors present a novel fabrication process to create periodic nanostructures with aspect ratio as high as 9.6. These nanostructures reduce spectral reflectance of silicon to less than 4% over the broad ...
  • Safieddine, Sarah; Heald, Colette L. (American Geophysical Union (AGU), 2017-11)
    Precipitation is the largest physical removal pathway of atmospheric reactive organic carbon in the form of dissolved organic carbon (DOC). We present the first global DOC distribution simulated with a global model. A total ...
  • Qian, Yili; Huang, Hsin-Ho; Jimenez Zarco, Jose I.; Del Vecchio, Domitilla (American Chemical Society (ACS), 2017-07)
    A common approach to design genetic circuits is to compose gene expression cassettes together. While appealing, this modular approach is challenged by the fact that expression of each gene depends on the availability of ...
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