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When two conductors are brought so close together that wavefunctions of electrons in them begin to overlap appreciably, electrons in one of the conductors may tunnel into the other. The magnitude of this tunneling current depends, if the current flows, say, from a probe tip to a surface to be...
From 25 June to 4 July 1989, a group of 20 US scientists and engineers from industry, academia and Federal research facilities had a singular opportunity to visit several previously “closed” Soviet scientific installationswhere research in pulsed‐power technology is conducted. These...
A paradox of physics in these times is that the public is increasingly interested in reading about it while young people in schools and colleges are less and less interested in studying it. A 1989 AIP report, Who Takes Science? , gives disheartening statistics on the study of mathematics and...
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