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Jamie Weaver

Publications

Niche partitioning of microbial communities at an ancient vitrified hillfort: implications for vitrified radioactive waste disposal

Author(s)
Jamie L. Weaver, Andrew Plymale, Jacqueline Wells, Carolyn I. Pearce, Colin Brislawn, Emily Graham, Tanya Cheeke, Jessica Allen, Vincent Danna, Kimberly Tyrrell, Rolf Sjoblom, Edward Vicenzi, John McCloy, Eva Hj?rthner-Holdar, Erik Ogenhall, Mia Englund, David Peeler, Albert Kruger, Rick L. Paul
A pre-Viking era vitrified hillfort, Broborg, provides a habitat analogue for disposed radioactive waste glass and shows strong niche partitioning among the

Low energy cross section measurement of the 10B(a;n)13N reaction and its impact on neutron production in 1st generation stars

Author(s)
Jamie L. Weaver, Q Liu, M Febbraro, R.J. deBoer, S. Aguilar, A Boeltzig, Y Chen, M Couder, K. T. Macon, M. Wiescher, K. Manukyan, L. Morales, S Pain, W. A. Peters, C. Seymour, G. Seymour, R. Toomey, B. Vande Kolk
Nucleosynthesis in the fi rst generation of massive stars offer a unique setting to explore the creation of the fi rst heavier nuclei in an environment free of

High-Throughput Exploration of Lithium-Alloy Protection Layers for High-Performance Lithium-Metal Batteries

Author(s)
Jamie L. Weaver, Kedar Manandhar, Yaoyu Ren, Drew Stasak, Huilong Hou, Dylan Kirsch, Suchismita Sarker, Apurva Mehta, Saydul Sardar, Muye Xiao, Carlos Le?n, Gus Hart, Takeshi Sunaoshi, John Lemmon, Ichiro Takeuchi
To realize high specific capacity Li-metal batteries, a protection layer for the Li-metal anode is needed. We are carrying out combinatorial screening of Li

Measurement of the 10B(?,n0)13N cross section at E? ? 3.6 MeV and its application as a diagnostic at the National Ignition Facilit

Author(s)
Q Liu, M Febbraro, R.J. deBoer, A Boeltzig, Y Chen, C Cerjan, M Couder, B Frentz, G Gilardy, J. Gorres, E. A. Henry, E. Lamere, K. T. Macon, K. Manukyan, L. Morales, P. D. O'Malley, S Pain, W. A. Peters, D. Schneider, C. Seymour, R. Toomey, B. Vande Kolk, Jamie L. Weaver, M. Wiescher
The National Ignition Facility provides the opportunity to study nuclear reactions under controlled conditions at high temperatures and pressures at a level
Created July 30, 2019