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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 Mesoscopic Texture in Manganites From atom-scale stripes to micron-scale patches, manganites exhibit a wealth of fascinating phase-separated behavior. Neil Mathur and Peter Littlewood pp. 25-30 .- Early Cosmic-Ray Research in Argentina The 1950s were a decade of political and economic difficulties in Argentina. Still, university students could carry out a modest research program. Juan G. Roederer p. 32.- The Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Program To predict reliably what increased greenhouse gases will do to global climate, we have to understand the crucial role of clouds. Thomas P. Ackerman and Gerald M. Stokes pp. 38-44 .- PHYSICS UPDATE Physics Update Phil Schewe and James Riordan p. 9 .- REFERENCE FRAME Discrete and Continuum Descriptions of Matter Jerry Gollub pp. 10-11 .- LETTERS Crisis in Physics Spurs Spirited Dialogue George Trilling, Michael Dine, Drasko Jovanovic, Larry Merkle, John S. Rigden, and Sidney Nagel pp. 12-15 .- Datz's Early Work Clarified Ellison H. Taylor pp. 70-71 .- RCA's Role in Early Superconducting Magnet Research Steven W. Van Sciver and Kenneth R. Marken p. 71 .- Sometimes It's the Ref Who Fouls Out Richard Branham p. 71 .- Correction p. 71 .- SEARCH AND DISCOVERY Second CERN Group Produces Cold Atoms of Antihydrogen A new experiment, by CERN's ATRAP collaboration, introduces a technique for determining the quantum state in which antihydrogen atoms are formed. Barbara Goss Levi pp. 14-15 .- A Little Extra Weight Goes a Long Way Steven K. Blau p. 15 .- Isotope Ratio Measurements Firm Up Knowledge of Earth's Formation New measurements on primitive meteorites suggest that Earth's core formed earlier than was previously thought. Richard Fitzgerald- pp. 16-18 .- ISSUES AND EVENTS Planetary Astronomers Worry about Future Funding Will plugging for the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope end up hurting support for ground-based planetary astronomy? .- Toni Feder pp. 19-20 .- New APS Ethics Guidelines Address Research Misconduct and Professional Responsibilities Scientific fraud incidents at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Bell Labs have ended the "innocent thinking" that marked the society's earlier ethics guidelines.- Jim Dawson pp. 20-21 Abstract - NRC and NAPA Endorse Federal Funding of Smithsonian Science Centers Jim Dawson p. 22 .-
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Donación APS
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Physics
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