Bloembergen


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Bloem•ber•gen

(ˈblumˌbɜr gən, -ˌbɛr-)
n.
Nicolas, born 1920, U.S. physicist, born in the Netherlands: Nobel prize 1981.
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1993; Bloembergen, Port, Mauger, Briggs and Leichtman, 1996; Held, Pauly, Bovbjerg, Newmann, and Salvatierra, 1988) from the United States have shown that male patients undergoing RRT are more likely to receive a transplant than female patients.
I would like to thank Marieke Bloembergen, Ekky Imanjaya, and Eric Sasono for their suggestions on an earlier draft of this essay.
Hensgens MP, Dekkers OM, Demeulemeester A, Buiting AG, Bloembergen P, van Benthem BH, et al.
Held PJ, Port FK, Wolfe RA, Stannard DC, Carrol CE, Dagirdas JT, Bloembergen WE, Greer JW, Hahim RM: The dose of hemodialysis and patients mortality.
I am most grateful to Marieke Bloembergen (KITLV) for ferrying the West Java volume from Leiden to Ithaca during a short visit to the United States.
The letter is endorsed by the following 25 Nobel laureates in physics: Leon Neil Cooper (1972) , Brian David Josephson (1973) , Anthony Hewish (1974), Burton Richter (1976), Arno Allan Penzias (1978), Sheldon Lee Glashow (1979), James Cronin(1980), Nicholas Bloembergen (1981), Klaus von Klitz ing (1985), Jack Steinberger (1988), Douglas D.
In an amici curiae brief (Nicolaas Bloembergen, et al.
JVL Our co-founder and executive vice-president Steven Bloembergen and I both studied chemistry at the University of Waterloo.
Bloembergen, On the ferromagnetic resonance in nickel and Supermalloy, Phys.
Jaap Bloembergen, "Hatelijke leuzen op de tribunes niet uit te roeien," NRC Handelsblad, October 7, 2003.
Laheij RJF, Witteman EM, Bloembergen P, Koning RW, Jansen JBMJ, Verbeek ALM.