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    • The Zeeman-Raman and -infrared spectra of transition-metal ions : in single crystals 

      Kuok, Meng Hau (University of Canterbury. Physics, 1977)
      The results of Raman and infrared investigations of the spectra of Co²⁺ ions in CsCdCl₃ and CsMgCl₃are reported. These ions substitute for the divalent cations in these double chlorides and experience a trigonal crystal ...
    • Zen and the Art of Engineering Education 

      Pandey, S.; Lapthorn, A.; Irani, Y.; Miller, A. (University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer EngineeringUniversity of Canterbury. Electric Power Engineering Centre, 2014)
      Attracting the next generation to consider the electricity industry as their career choice is something that has long been discussed. The ‘Smart People for a Sustainable Future’ session at the 2013 EEA conference brought ...
    • Zinc and hydrogen ion activities in aqueous solutions of zinc chloride in the presence of potassium or barium chloride 

      Crozier, H. W. (University of Canterbury. Chemistry, 1930)
      When two salts of different electro affinities are present in the same solution, complex salts my be formed, the stronger salt appearing to force the weaker into the anion. The suggestion that the abnormal behaviour of ...
    • Zinc Oxide MESFET Transistors 

      Turner, Gary Chandler (University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2009)
      Zinc oxide is a familiar ingredient in common household items including sunscreen and medicines. It is, however, also a semiconductor material. As such, it is possible to use zinc oxide (ZnO) to make semiconductor devices ...
    • Zinc Oxide: A spectroscopic investigation of bulk crystals and thin films. 

      Miller, Paul (University of Canterbury. Physics and Astronomy, 2008)
      The optical properties of zinc oxide crystals and thin films prepared by different methods are investigated. Single crystal zinc oxide samples prepared by melt and hydrothermal growth techniques were obtained. The ...
    • Zooplankton spatial and seasonal distribution in Brooklands Lagoon 

      Dean, Hudson A. (University of Canterbury. Zoology, 1988)
      The temporal and spatial distribution of zooplankton within Brooklands Lagoon was recorded at 3 sites representing a range of salinities and hydrographic conditions. Plankton tows were made monthly for one year to estimate ...
    • αβγ-trimethyl-glutaconic acid 

      Jacobson, Paul R (University of Canterbury. Chemistry, 1947)
      Over a number of years many attempts have been made to synthesize αβγ-trimethyl-glutaconic acids. [Formula here]. No method has given very satisfactory results. In many cases the yields have been very poor and in no case ...
    • αγ (Alpha Gamma) dibenzyl-glutaconic acid 

      Stone, W. E. (University of Canterbury. Chemistry, 1949)
      The glutaconic acids constitute a group of unsaturated dibasic acids in which geometrical isomerism coexists with that of tautomeric mobility; the latter reaches its maximum in glutaconic acid itself where the three carbon ...
    • β-Peptides: Influence of Fluorine on Structure, Conformation and Function 

      Peddie, Victoria (University of Canterbury. Chemistry, 2010)
      This thesis examines the synthesis of α-fluoro-β-amino acids, and the influence of the constituent fluorine on the conformation and biological properties of β-peptide derivatives. Chapter One discusses the unique ...