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  1. AppliedMathematics for Engineers and Physicists -: Asian Student Edition - by Louis Pipes -, 1958
  2. Views Of A Physicist (Selected Papers of N G van Kampen) by Paul H E Meijer, 2000-07-24

141. Physicists (Gerald L. Hurst)
mistaken. physicists do not know how to make bombs excepting atomic bombs and then they need a billion dollars in taxpayers money.
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142. The Particle Detector BriefBook
A condensed handbook covering subjects around particle detectors, the underlying physics and the analysis of their data. Intended as introduction for newcomers and reference for physicists working in the field.
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This is a condensed handbook, or an extended glossary, written in encyclopedic format, covering subjects around particle detectors, the underlying physics, and the analysis of their data. It intends to be both introduction for newcomers and reference for physicists working in the field. This BriefBook has been prepared by
  • R.K.BOCK , at CERN , Geneva, and
  • A.VASILESCU , at IFA, Bucuresti.
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143. MRI - Magnetic Resonance Imaging Resource
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Quantitative MRI of the Brain: Measuring Changes Caused by Disease
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144. Florida Board Of Medical Physicists - Board Overview
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145. 2003 Directory And Census Of U.S. Particle Physicists
Directory and survey of U.S. particle physicists.
2003 Directory and Census of U.S. Particle Physicists
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  • 146. 86 Eminent Physicists
    physicists Distinguished in Other Fields. Quimby, Edith Hinkley Yalow, Rosalyn Sussman, Physics of Beams. Edwards, Helen T. Space Physics.
    Astrophysics Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics Condensed Matter Physics Cosmic Rays Crystallography Distinguished for Public Service Education and the Profession Fluid Dynamics Fluid Dynamics and Plasma Physics Geophysics Materials Physics Mathematical Physics Nuclear Physics Particles and Fields Physicists Distinguished in Other Fields Physics of Beams Space Physics Astrophysics Burbidge, E. Margaret
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    Cosmic Rays Freier, Phyllis S. Crystallography Franklin, Rosalind Hodgkin, Dorothy Crowfoot Lonsdale, Kathleen Yardley Megaw, Helen Distinguished for Public Service Dowdy, Nancy M. O'Fallon Education and the Profession DeWitt-Morette, Cecile Franz, Judy R. Jackson, Shirley Ann Keith, Marcia Anna ... Xie, Xide (Hsieh, Hsi-teh) Fluid Dynamics Pockels, Agnes

    147. SciTech Translations: Scientific And Technical Translations From Russian To Engl
    Translation in Russian and English, in the scientific field by native speaker physicists, based in Canada.
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    Translations by scientists for scientists.
    Anatoliy Vorobyev (a native Russian speaker) and Tony Muc (a native English speaker), both Ph.D. physicists, have established SciTech Translations, a translation service from Russian to English or English to Russian to provide a level of quality for scientific and technical translations never before possible. The combination of advanced scientific knowledge and experience with native linguistic abilities in a collaborative and interactive manner ensures the highest quality translations, particularly of scientific and technical materials. (родной язык английский), оба физики с ученой степенью Ph.D. основали фирму SciTech Translations для услуг по переводу с русского на английский и с английского на русский с уровнем качества научно-технических переводов, которое ранее было невозможно. Глубокие индивидуальные научные и лингвистические знания и опыт в сочетании с интерактивной совместной работой над переводом обеспечивают высочайшее качество переводов, особенно научных и технических материалов.

    148. JLab News - Physicists Discover New Form Of Matter
    JLab in the News. physicists discover new form of matter By Norbert Lossau (Translated by Volker Burkert, leader of experimental Hall B at Jefferson Lab)
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      (Translated by Volker Burkert , leader of experimental Hall B at Jefferson Lab) Die Welt
      July 2, 2003 The Standard Model, as the generally accepted theory of modern particle physics, does not forbid the existence of quintuples of quarks. Physicists are now using powerful particle accelerators in an attempt to fuse a quark triplet and a quark doublet to a quark quintuplet. "One could say that, for the first time, a molecule of quarks was created," says particle physicist Frank Wilzcek of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston. "This is really a milestone in physics." To this date, the properties of the quarks remain a mystery. While all other forces in nature, such as gravitation or the attractive force created by electrical charge, decrease with increasing distance between the partners, the quarks' attractive force increases the further they are pulled apart from each other. This "strong attraction" of the quarks has as consequence that they cannot be isolated from each other. The three quarks in a proton may swirl around each other, however they are shackled to each other by invisible "springs" so that even the most gigantic forces are not enough to separate them. This is the reason why a single isolated quark has never been observed. The fusing of quark douplets and triplets to a pentaquark requires an enormous experimental effort. The Japanese scientists can claim to be "first". However, shortly after their success, researchers at the Jefferson Lab were also successful in creating the pentaquark which, as expected, is 5/3 times heavier than a proton. Armed with these new insights scientists hope to come to a better understanding of quark properties, and perhaps create even larger "quark molecules".

    149. NRL Plasma Formulary
    1998 Revised Edition. The NRL Plasma Formulary has been the miniBible of plasma physicists for the past 20 years. It is available in PostScript; PDF and TeX formats.
    NRL Plasma Formulary
    2002 Revised Edition The NRL Plasma Formulary has been the mini-Bible of plasma physicists for the past 20 years. It is an eclectic compilation of mathematical and scientific formulas, and contains physical parameters pertinent to a variety of plasma regimes, ranging from laboratory devices to astrophysical objects. The Formulary was originally developed at NRL by Dave Book (currently at the Naval Postgraduate School). His conscientiousness and perseverance have made the Formulary one of the most widely used `tomes' in plasma physics. The new custodian of the Formulary is Joe Huba. He is responsible for its maintenance and future revisions. Any questions, suggestions, comments, etc. can be directed to him via e-mail ( The NRL Plasma Formulary has been set in TeX by Dave Book, Todd Brun, and Robert Scott. The formulary and its components are available in Postscript, PDF, and TeX formats.
    To order copies of the NRL Plasma Formulary Booklet, please provide the following information: Name: Postal Address: Institution: Department: Street: City/State/Zip: Country: Number of copies: There is no charge for the NRL Plasma Formulary Booklets (i.e., they're free).

    150. Physicists 'Entangle' Light, Pave Way To Atomic-scale Measurements
    University of Toronto physicists have developed a way to entangle photons which could ultimately lead to an extremely precise new measurement system.
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    University of Toronto physicists have developed a way to entangle photons which could ultimately lead to an extremely precise new measurement system.
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    Photon Switch On Leading Edge Of More Powerful Computers Einstein In Need Of Update? Calculations Show The Speed Of Light Might Change related stories Related sections: Their study appears in the May 13 issue of the journal Nature. The findings could ultimately prove useful in developing ways to measure gravitational waves or the energy structure of atoms, and could also help in the development of "quantum computers." (Quantum computers work according to the principles of quantum mechanics, which describes atoms, photons, and other microscopic objects.) Previous studies have theorized that quantum computers using entangled photons could perform calculations far more quickly than current computers. "We know that today's computers are approaching limits of size and speed," says lead author and post-doctoral fellow Morgan Mitchell. "Quantum computing offers a possible way to move beyond that. Our research borrows some tricks from quantum computing and applies them to precision measurement."

    151. The Society Of Rheology Home Page
    Composed of physicists, chemists, biologists, engineers, and mathematicians interested in the advancing and applications of rheology, which is defined as the science of deformation and flow of matter.
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    About The Society of Rheology Membership Information Meeting Announcements Society Publications ... Search SoR Website The Society of Rheology is composed of physicists, chemists, biologists, engineers, and mathematicians interested in advancing and applying rheology , which is defined as the science of deformation and flow of matter. What's New Members' Site
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    This web site resides at the University of Maine Chemical Engineering Web Server

    152. 07.23.2003 - Physicists Build World's Smallest Motor Using Nanotubes And Etched
    physicists build world s smallest motor using nanotubes and etched silicon. By Robert Sanders, Media Relations 23 July 2003. BERKELEY
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    Physicists build world's smallest motor using nanotubes and etched silicon By Robert Sanders, Media Relations BERKELEY "It's the smallest synthetic motor that's ever been made," said Alex Zettl, professor of physics at UC Berkeley and faculty scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. "Nature is still a little bit ahead of us - there are biological motors that are equal or slightly smaller in size - but we are catching up."
    A series of scanning electron microscope pictures of the spinning rotor of a nanomotor fabricated in the lab of UC Berkeley physicist Alex Zettl. The entire electric motor is about 500 nanometers across, 300 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair. (Credit: Zettl lab)
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    Zettl and his UC Berkeley graduate students and post-docs report their feat in the July 24 issue of

    153. Automatic Transfer To The Index Directory
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    155. Welcome To RACE Services LLC
    Certified Health physicists offering radiological services, support and direction concerning nuclear rad waste processing alternatives that lower overall operational cost. Provides description of services.

    156. Medical Physics
    Medical Physics is the scientific journal of the American Association of physicists in Medicine. Calendar of Events in Medical Physics and Links to Abstracts of Articles available free.
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    157. The UnMuseum - Immanuel Velikovsky
    Looks at the theory put forth in his 1950s text Worlds in Collision, and geologists' and physicists' reactions to it.
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    The Controversial Theories of Immanuel Velikovsky
    In 1950 a Russian-born psychiatrist named Immanuel Velikovsky authored a controversial book. Velikovsky was extremely knowledgeable in the texts of ancient peoples. Based on his interpretation of these texts, Velikovsky reached the conclusion that our solar system, with its nine planets, was not always the same as we see it today. The book, Worlds in Collision , asserted that around 3,500 years ago the planet Venus was somehow ejected from the planet Jupiter as a comet. Comet Venus then started wandering through the solar system. Its gravitational field pushed other planets out of their orbits or changed their rotation. Velikovsky attributed many of the disasters recorded in ancient times to this strange interaction the Earth had with Venus. Material that fell from Venus's comet tail into Earth's atmosphere caused the plagues visited upon Egypt as recorded in the Bible. "Plague is throughout the land. Blood is everywhere," cried the Egyptian Ipuwer. "Men shrink from tasting, human beings thirst after water..." According to Velikovsky's thinking, a fine rusty ferruginous dust from the comet's tail filtered down on the globe turning everything red. As Earth went deeper into the comet's tail the dust turned to small stones and a hail of gravel pelted the Earth: "...there was hail, and fire mingled in with hail, very grievous, such as there was none like it in all the land of Egypt since it became a nation," the Bible reads.

    158. ScienceDirect - International Journal Of Radiation Oncology*Biology*Physics - Li
    Commonly known as the Red Journal and is the official journal of the ASTRO, American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology. Papers in this journal are usually written by both medical physicists and medical oncologists/radiologists.
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    159. History Of Chemistry Index
    Links to biographies of many honored chemists and some physicists, biographical collections, classic papers in chemistry, and history of science sites.

    160. GPS: The Role Of Atomic Clocks - Summary
    The history and story of how the Global Positioning System evolved from the development of the world's most accurate timepieces, atomic clocks, by physicists looking into the nature of time. Adapted from an article written by MIT scientist Daniel Kleppner.

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