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Magazine articles on physics.
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Chemistry World
July 25, 2008
Lewis Brindley
Thermoelectrics doped for better performance Researchers have discovered how to boost the performance of lead telluride, a thermoelectric material that converts heat into electricity: just add thallium. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
July 2008
Monica Heger
Thallium Doping Boosts Thermoelectrics Bad for people, but good for energy conversion mark for My Articles 29 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 24, 2008
Victoria Gill
Go ahead for UK national nuclear lab The UK government has given the go-ahead to establishing a national nuclear laboratory (NNL), and launched a competition to find it a commercial operator. mark for My Articles 221 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 17, 2008
Ruth Tunnell
Uncovering the Hidden Nanoworld A new type of x-ray microscope allows scientists to peer inside nanodevices without opening them up. mark for My Articles 90 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 16, 2008
Simon Hadlington
Nano-embrace makes insulators conduct Scientists in The Netherlands have discovered that placing two highly insulating compounds next to each other creates an interface between them that conducts electricity. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 30, 2008
Richard Van Noorden
New superconductors open up the periodic table For two decades, the search for superconductors that worked at high temperatures was restricted to copper. Now a new family of high-temperature superconductors based on iron has been discovered. mark for My Articles 27 similar articles
May 2008
Evan Ratliff
Has A Surfer/Snowboarder Who Lives In A Van Rewritten Physics? Maybe. Garrett Lisi opted not to go into academia following his PhD in physics. Instead, he opts to work on his unifying theory for the universe after he hits the waves or slopes. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
May 23, 2008
Erik Sofge
The Next 5 Extreme Research Machines You Need to Know There's room for more than one groundbreaking megamachine in today's scientific pantheon. Around the globe, natural mysteries are under assault from all kinds of colossal devices. mark for My Articles 47 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 20, 2008
Philip Ball
Core electrons' quantum jig revealed Experiments in quantum mechanics are a little like conversations: the answer you get depends on how you ask the question. mark for My Articles 187 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 16, 2008
Cordelia Sealy
Speedy spectrometer tracks shape-shifting molecules A new microwave spectrometer has allowed US scientists to track molecules writhing through different geometric shapes when excited - opening a new window on their reactivity. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
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