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White dwarf stars, so called because of the color of the first few to be discovered, occupy a key position in astrophysical theory. Together with neutron stars and black holes, they are the terminal points of stellar evolution. Their properties thus provide clues to the physical processes that...
Let's say you have just completed a computer simulation or numerical modeling of a complex system in your physical or chemical research. The data are likely to be delivered back to you in the form of mountains of Z‐fold computer printout or stacks of Calcomp plots. Rather than picking your way...
A significant trend within experimental nuclear physics over the past two decades has been the study, with ever‐increasing precision, of the properties of nuclei under various extreme conditions. While such experiments have tended to bring the relatively unstructured many‐body features of...
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