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state of ground

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Ground State of a Trapped Condensate

Asymptotic behaviour of ground state solutions for the Hénon equation

Ground State Factorization of Heterogeneous Spin Models in Magnetic Fields

Review of ground-state density-functional theory

First millimeter-wave spectroscopy of ground-state positronium

Study of the Abnormal Parity Ground State of 11Be with AMD+Hartree-Fock

Suppression of transforming growth factor β signaling promotes ground state pluripotency from single blastomeres

From Virgin Land to Ground Zero: The Mythological Foundations of the Homeland Security State

A survey for ground-state OH masers towards a sample of Herbig–Haro objects

The ground state construction of the two-dimensional Hubbard model on the honeycomb lattice

The container picture with two-alpha correlation for the ground state of 12C

Flares and proper motions of ground-state OH masers in W75N

Solid-State NMR Spectroscopic Study of Chromophore–Protein Interactions in the Pr Ground State of Plant Phytochrome A

Concentration of 3H in ground water and estimation of committed effective dose due to ground water ingestion in some places in the Maharashtra state, India

Detailed Study of the Ground State Properties of the Newly Found Nuclide 48Ni in Relativistic Mean-Field Theory

Existence of Long-Range Magnetic Order in the Ground State of Two-Dimensional Spin-1/2 Heisenberg Antiferromagnets

Influence of ground-state structure and Mg2+ binding on folding kinetics of the guanine-sensing riboswitch aptamer domain

 

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A term used for observations made at synoptic and certain climatological stations on a patch of bare ground and a representative open, flat area typical of the site's location. Frost and dew are disregarded, and there are two scales, depending on whether the ground is with or without snow and ice cover. The scales provide for such observations as dry and dusty, moist, covered with glaze, deep snow drifts, etc.

Subjects: Meteorology and Climatology.


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