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Magazine articles on physics.
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Chemistry World
October 2007
Dylan Stiles
Bench Monkey 'Alternative alternative energy' gloriously promises something for nothing. But an apparatus that produces work without energetic input simply cannot exist. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 2007
Chemistry Through the Lens Here is a photo of electrical discharges illuminating the surface of the Z machine, the world's most powerful X-ray source. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
PC Magazine
September 26, 2007
Lisa Zyga
Quantum Computers Get Smarter A recent innovation could make computing with light viable. mark for My Articles 115 similar articles
September 25, 2007
Erik Malinowski
How Do You Simulate Space Junk Hitting a Rocket? A 45-Foot-Long BB Gun. Physics lab creates high-velocity gun to test durability of future composite or aluminum skins for spacecraft. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
September 2007
Joshua J. Romero
First Matter-Antimatter Molecule Created Positrons and electrons still want to destroy each other, but physicists force them into groups. mark for My Articles 70 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 18, 2007
Simon Hadlington
Researchers See Electrons in a Spin Scientists in the US have successfully measured the spin polarisation state of single atoms adsorbed to a surface, bringing the prospect of quantum computing and spin-based electronics (spintronics) a step closer. mark for My Articles 182 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 13, 2007
James Mitchell Crow
Molecules Made with Antimatter Molecules combining electrons and positrons -- matter and antimatter -- have been made for the first time by US scientists, potentially paving the way for powerful new lasers. mark for My Articles 117 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 2, 2007
Lewis Brindley
Nanoparticles Paint a Finer Picture Swiss scientists have developed a process that can print detailed images using nanoparticles as 'ink', while maintaining their catalytic and optical properties. mark for My Articles 251 similar articles
September 2007
Elizabeth Quill
Earth's Heat Buoys up Its Crust New research suggests that without the heat in Earth's crust and upper mantle creating elevation, much of North America would be underwater. mark for My Articles 45 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
September 2007
Saswato R. Das
Killer Electrons From Outer Space Accurate space-weather forecasts could come from knowing the cause of super-fast electrons in the Van Allen belts. mark for My Articles 113 similar articles
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