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Titulos:
Physics Today. Physics Today.Physics Today.
Lugar de Edición:
NY :
Editor:
American Institute of Physics,
Fecha de Edición:
2003.
Edición #:
##^bStephen G. Benka.
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ARTICLES :The Search for a Permanent Electric Dipole Moment Small-scale experiments sensitive to tiny effects could offer profound insights into what lies beyond the standard model of elementary particles. Norval Fortson, Patrick Sandars, and Stephen Barr pp. 33-39.-Supercooled and Glassy Water Cold, noncrystalline states play an important role in understanding the physics of liquid water. From recent experimental and theoretical investigations, a coherent interpretation of water's properties is beginning to emerge. Pablo G. Debenedetti and H. Eugene Stanley pp. 40-46 .- Plasma Accelerators at the Energy Frontier and on Tabletops Charged particles surfing on electron density waves in plasmas can experience enormous accelerating gradients. Chandrashekhar Joshi and Thomas Katsouleas pp. 47-53.-PHYSICS UPDATE Physics Update Phil Schewe, Ben Stein, and Stephen Benka p. 9 .-LETTERS Weighing Proton Therapy's Clinical Readiness and Costs Bernard Gottschalk, Andreas M. Koehler, Richard Wilson, R. J. Schulz, A. Robert Kagan, Michael Goitein, Antony J. Lomax, and Eros S. Pedroni pp. 10-13 .-UNSCEAR Back on the Job Zbigniew Jaworowski pp. 14-15.-Financial Planning 101 for Career Physicists Marc D. Levinson pp. 15-16.- Continuous Neutron Source Needed Robert A. Bari p. 16 .-SEARCH AND DISCOVERY Hydrogen Adsorbed on Silicon Carbide Creates Metallic Surface States Researchers expected adsorption to eliminate surface electronic states. Instead, it created one-dimensional states that resemble nanowires. Mark Wilson pp. 18-20 .-The Force Need Not Be With You: Curvature Begets Motion Cyclic deformations can alter the free-fall motion of a composite body as it moves through curved spacetime. Steven K. Blau pp. 21-23 .-ISSUES AND EVENTS PostûSeptember 11th Visa Woes Still Plague International Students and Scientists Prospective international students and visiting scientists are facing greater security scrutiny and long delays before obtaining US visas. Those already in the US are being advised not to leave for fear of not being allowed to return. Jim Dawson pp. 25-26 .- NSF Nears Decision on Underground Lab Site As a Canadian mining company appears determined to shut off the pumps that keep South Dakota's Homestake mine from flooding, the threat of high water is pressuring NSF to choose among three possible underground labs. Jim Dawson pp. 26-28 .-New Mexico Plans Optical Interferometer and Fast-Slewing Telescope Thanks to pork-barrel funding, a small university in New Mexico is building an observatory with scientific, educational, and military applications. Toni Feder pp. 28-30 .- Not All in a Flash Toni Feder p. 29 .-Astronomers Save Historic Plates Paul Guinnessy p. 30 .-VERITAS Scrambles to Find New Site Toni Feder p. 31.-
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