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Electron microscopic characterization of diamond films grown on Si by bias-controlled chemical vapor deposition
(Journal of Materials Research, 1990-01-01)
Diamond films grown by Bias-Controlled Hot Filament Chemical Vapor Deposition (BCCVD) on silicon (Si) substrates were characterized by Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM). Both plan-view and cross-sectional TEM samples ...
Bias induced diamond nucleation studies on refractory metal substrates
(Journal of Applied Physics, 1995-12-01)
The carbide forming nature of the substrate appears to be an important property when performing bias-enhanced nucleation (BEN); therefore, various refractory metals were studied since they are known carbide formers. Nucleation ...
Contending Paradigms for Cross-Regional Comparison: Development Strategies and Commodity Chains in East Asia and Latin America
(Latin America in Comparative Perspective: New Approaches to Methods and Analysis, 1995)
Novel inhibitory action of tunicamycin homologues suggests a role for dynamic protein fatty acylation in growth cone-mediated neurite extension.
(J Cell Biol, 1994-02)
In neuronal growth cones, the advancing tips of elongating axons and dendrites, specific protein substrates appear to undergo cycles of posttranslational modification by covalent attachment and removal of long-chain fatty ...
The Organization of Buyer-Driven Global Commodity Chains: How U.S. Retailers Shape Overseas Production Networks.
(Commodity Chains and Global Capitalism, 1994)
State Policies and Industrial Upgrading in East Asia.
(Revue d’économie industrielle, 1995-05)
U.S. Companies Eye NAFTA’s Prize
Regional paths of development
(Annual review of sociology. Vol. 18, 1992-12-01)
Five broad theoretical perspectives frame much of the literature on regional paths of development: neoclassical economics, world-systems/dependency theories, the developmental state, institutional analysis, and Marxism. ...
Global Commodity Chains: New Forms of Coordination and Control Among Nations and Firms in International Industries.
(Competition & Change, 1996-05)