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Physics today. Physics Today.Physics Today.
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NY :
Editor:
American Institute of Physics,
Fecha de Edición:
2002.
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##^bStephen G. Benka.
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ARTICLES Sinks for Anthropogenic Carbon.- We have learned much about the workings of natural sinks like the oceans and terrestrial plants, but are just beginning to understand how their behavior might change as atmospheric CO2 concentrations rise. Jorge L. Sarmiento and Nicolas Gruber pp. 30-36 .- Superconducting Magnets Above 20 Tesla- Superconductors are key components of magnets that generate homogeneous, low-noise, and extremely stable high fields. Further increasing the strength of these fields will require meeting a number of technological challenges. Steven W. Van Sciver and Kenneth R. Marken pp. 37-42 .- The Early History of Quantum Tunneling .- Molecular spectra, electron emission from metals, and alpha decay provided fertile ground in the 1920s for applying the new ideas of quantum mechanics. Eugen Merzbacher pp. 44-49 .- PHYSICS UPDATE Physics Update .- Philip F. Schewe and James R. Riordan p. 9 .- REFERENCE FRAME Scaling Mount Planck III: Is That All There Is? .- Frank Wilczek pp. 10-11 .- LETTERS University Research Funding: More than Supporting the Best to Do the Best Gregory Salamo, Alexander A. Berezin, David Montgomery, and Howard Birnbaum pp. 12-14 .- Readers Illuminate Issues of Solid-State Lighting John F. Waymouth, Jerry M. Woodall, and Arpad Bergh pp. 71-72 .- Revamping High-School Science: Herding Cats Gary L. Kinsland, Lev I. Berger, Donald Rehfuss, Paul M. Rutherford, Martin D. Stewart, Vinson Bronson, and Leon Lederman pp. 72-75 .- Love, Not Paycheck, Motivates Best Physics Students Garrett T. Biehle p. 75 .- Phenomenologists Are Underrated in Theory-Experiment Debate Harry J. Lipkin pp. 75-76 .-
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