Reflection Spectroscopy (Info for Dr Hung In Brazil)

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Subject: Fwd: RES: Reflection Spectroscopy (Info for Dr Hung In Brazil)
Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2007 07:48:21 EDT

Pleasure! There is a lot of mileage in that research.

Thanks a lot Myron, I’ll look into it.

Best regards.

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De: EMyrone] at [aol.com [mailto:EMyrone] at [aol.com] Enviada em: sábado, 30 de junho de 2007 06:29 Para: garethjohnevans] at [hotmail.co.uk; rhodri.morgan] at [wales.gov.uk; annwvyn76] at [hotmail.com; gemma.smith] at [wales.gsi.gov.uk; BBCMidWales] at [bbc.co.uk; ioan.richards] at [swansea.gov.uk; phil.o’connor] at [swansea.gov.uk; ewehoe] at [yahoo.co.uk; john.hague] at [swansea.gov.uk; fdamador] at [comcast.net; dave] at [annexa.net; HorstEck] at [aol.com; rob] at [rfmicrosystems.co.uk; kp.phys] at [btinternet.com; thenarmis] at [yahoo.com Assunto: Reflection Spectroscopy (Info for Dr Hung In Brazil)

If you click on the Omnia Opera in http://www.aias.us there are five reflectivity papers there, this theory can be developed into a new type of spectroscopy for metals, they are nos. (195), (207), (209), (220) and (221) in 1986. This was published in J. Applied Physics, Chem. Phys. Lett., and J. Molecular Liquids. The method was developed for liquids and near the Brewster angle but we could not do any experimental development due to gross administrative ineptness at Bangor (see source documents). I did forge a Covenant between Prof. Costa de Ribeiro of Univ. Rio de Janeiro and UW Swansea, again destroyed by the same kind of appalling administrative weakness (Swansea in 1986). I emigrated to the US in Oct. 1986 and was naturalized a US citizen in 2000. We are gradually assembling the complete Omnia Opera, the next batch scheduled to be posted will be the first forty two papers and my Ph. D. and D. Sc. Theses distributed last week. A new batch of 600 pages is scheduled to arrive tomorrow, and I will also scan and distribute these. After i tis Complete it will be possibel to read any paper from http://www.aias.us. The main books and reviews, and quite a lot of papers, are already posted.

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