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Physicists from the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a theory that describes, in a unified manner, the coexistence of liquid and pinned solid phases of electrons in two dimensions under the influence of a magnetic field.
Papers document history of frontier physics research COLLEGE PARK, Md., July 26, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Niels Bohr Library and Archives of the American Institute of Physics (AIP), has digitized and released online the complete papers of renowned physicist Samuel A.
American Physical Society Joins DeepDyveâ€™s Online Rental Service for Scholarly Publications DeepDyve and the American Physical Society (APS) jointly announced today that APS has agreed to make its articles available, in a nine-month pilot program, via DeepDyveâ€™s online rental service for research articles.
From Earth, the Sun looks like a calm, placid body that does little more than shine brightly while marching across the sky.
Individuals within a networked system coordinate their activities by communicating to each other information such as their position, speed, or intention.
Duke University physicists have developed a way to produce sharp fluid jets with enough precision that they can inject material into a single, living cell.
Using large-scale supercomputer calculations, researchers have analyzed how the placement of metallic contacts on graphene changes the electron transport properties of the material as a factor of junction length, width and orientation.
A mathematical model of a simple circuit in a chicken brain raises fundamental questions about our understanding of neural circuitry.
Astronomers recently observed a mysterious flux of particles in the universe, and the hope was born that this may be the first observation of the remnants of "dark matter".