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The INSTITUTE FOR BASIC RESEARCH
has grants for the following experiments and part time theoretical jobs:

1) EXPERIMENTAL GRANT IN PARTICLE PHYSICS
for the use of a disk of Eu(52) spitting gammas into a disk Mo(42,100). Measurements are needed on the ENERGY of the electrons emitted by the Mo(42,100) in the range from 0.3 to 7 MeV. Adequate lab and experience are required.

2) EXPERIMENTAL GRANT IN SPECTROSCOPY
for the measurement of a possible frequency shift of Sun light from the Zenith to Sun set and from Sun rise to the Zenith. Adequate equipment and experience in Doppler's shifts are required.

3) THEORETICAL GRANT IN ATOMIC PHYSICS (GRANTED IN DECEMBER 1998)
for calculations of the magnetic moments created by valence electrons in their polarized orbits for various elements. Experience in atomic physics is required.

4) THEORETICAL GRANT IN NUCLEAR PHYSICS WITH COMPUTER VISUALIZATION
for calculating total nuclear magnetic moments via the use of hadronic mechanics (i.e., the invariant representation of nucleons with their extended, nonspherical and deformable shapes represented via generalized units). Knowledge of nuclear and hadronic physics is required.

5) PHENOMENOLOGICAL GRANT IN PARTICLE PHYSICS
for plotting of experimental data on elastic and inelastic scattering of protons and neutrons AT LOW ENERGY with the novel, isoscattering theory for the invariant inclusion of contact-nonlocal effects. Knowledge in plotting experimental data and of the isoscattering theory are required.

6) GRANT IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS
for the solution of ordinary differential equations with boundary conditions.

7) GRANT IN APPLIED PHYSICS
on new means for the separation of the water.

Interested laboratories and colleagues anywhere in the world should send an application via ordinary mail or e-mail addressed to:

W. POUND
Professor of Physics and Chaiman
Grant Committee
INSTITUTE FOR BASIC RESEARCH
P. O. Box 1577
Palm Harbor, FL 34682, U. S. A.
E-address ibr@gte.net

 

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