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Stand der untersuchungen zur geschlechtskontrolle bei haustieren
E Schilling
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1978, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-10-1-147b
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Zyklussynchronisation von farsen mit prostaglandinen
E Schilling, D Smidt
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1980, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-12-4-413c
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Zyklussynchronisation von farsen mit prostaglandinen
Schilling E,Smidt D
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1980,
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Evaluation of the developmental capacity of cattle embryos after culture and deep-freezing
E Schilling, H Niemann, D Smidt
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1982, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-14-4-564c
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Qualit?t von eiern und embryonen superovulierter kühe
E Schilling, D Smidt, B Sacher
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1980, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-12-4-413b
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Qualit t von eiern und embryonen superovulierter kühe
Schilling E,Smidt D,Sacher B
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1980,
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Evaluation of the developmental capacity of cattle embryos after culture and deep-freezing
Schilling E,Niemann H,Smidt D
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1982,
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The Precise Determination of Mass through the Oscillations of a Very High-Q Electromechanical System  [PDF]
Osvaldo F. Schilling
Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications (JEMAA) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jemaa.2013.53015
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The present paper is based upon the fact that if an object is part of a highly stable oscillating system, it is possible to obtain an extremely precise measure for its mass in terms of the energy trapped in the system, rather than through a ratio between force and acceleration, provided such trapped energy can be properly measured. The subject is timely since there is great interest in Metrology on the establishment of a new electronic standard for the kilogram. Our contribution to such effort includes both the proposal of an alternative definition for mass, as well as the description of a realistic experimental system in which this new definition might actually be applied. The setup consists of an oscillating type-II superconducting loop subjected to the gravity and magnetic fields. The system is shown to be able to reach a dynamic equilibrium by trapping energy up to the point it levitates against the surrounding magnetic and gravitational fields, behaving as an extremely high-Q spring-load system. The proposed energy-mass equation applied to the electromechanical oscillating system eventually produces a new experimental relation between mass and the Planck constant.

A Phenomenological Model for the Electromagnetic Origin of Mass in Particles, and Its Quantitative Application to the Electron, the Muon, the Proton, and the Neutron  [PDF]
Osvaldo F. Schilling
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2013.49161
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A simple phenomenological model is developed, which indicates the existence of a direct link between the concept of rest mass of a particle and magnetodynamic energies associated to the formation of the particle. The model is based upon the principles of quantization and conservation of flux, well known for their application in superconductivity. The charge of particles is considered as forming vortices of superconducting currents, which we postulate are created by electromagnetic fluctuations from vacuum (or related processes). A new quantization rule gathers the size, the magnetic moment, and the rest mass of the particle and associates these quantities to the integer number of flux quanta that should be stored in the vortices corresponding to each particle. The model is applied to the electron, the muon, the proton, and the neutron. Quantitative consistency with available experimental data for these subatomic particles is obtained.

Influence of Random Pinning on the Crystallization Process in Suspensions of Hard Spheres  [PDF]
Sven Dorosz, Tanja Schilling
Journal of Crystallization Process and Technology (JCPT) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jcpt.2014.42012
Abstract: We discuss crystal formation in supersaturated suspensions of monodisperse hard spheres with a concentration of hard spheres randomly pinned in space and time. The pinning procedure introduces an external length scale and an external time scale that restrict the accessible number of configureurations and ultimately the number of pathways leading to crystallization. We observe a significant drop in the nucleation rate density at a characteristic pinning concentration that can be directly related to the structure of the critical nucleus and the dynamics of its formation in the unpinned system.
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