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  • Archibong, Edet F. (University of Namibia, 2013)
    The ground and low-lying excited states of AlS2 and AlS􀀀2 have been studied using density functional theory (DFT) and coupled cluster [CCSD(T)] approximations, in conjunctions with the 6-311+G(2df) one particle basis ...
  • Mugochi, Martin M. (University of Namibia, 2013)
    In this paper we briefly explore the properties of smooth and totally strong nearness frames. It turns out that there is a relationship between them, in particular, totally strong nearness frames are smooth. We also show ...
  • Julies, Elsabe M.; Kaholongo, Isak K. (Unioversity of Namibia, 2013)
    Zooplankton play an important role in the marine food web and are abundant on the Namibian coast, which is part of the highly productive Benguela upwelling system. In the Benguela system zooplankton populations are ...
  • Kazembe, Lawrence N.; Archibong, Edet F.; Chimwamurombe, Percy M.; Singh, Shyam; Chinsembu, Kazhila C. (University of Namibia, 2013)
    What unites science, as Sir David Cox mentioned, is not the subject matter we all work in, but the methodology and the thought process that help solve the problems that arise [1]. Put differently, it is the replicability ...
  • Singh, Shyam (University of Namibia, 2013)
    We propose a very simple technique for the determination of impurity in liquids based on the refractive index. This technique requires two similar gratings, two similar low power lasers emitting same wavelength and a ...
  • Kazembe, Lawrence N.; Neema, Isak (University of Namibia, 2013)
    Early diagnosis and prompt treatment of febrile conditions is a key strategy towards control of the disease from progressing to severe or fatal stages. In this paper, we studied the timing of treatment among children ...
  • Mapani, Benjamin; Finkelman, R.; Ravengai, S. (University of Namibia, 2013)
    The study of heavy metals in the Hwange coals enhances knowledge of both the geological evolution of the coal-bearing horizons and the climates that prevailed during their deposition, as well as indicating likely trace ...