Researchers at the University of Notre Dame found that the complexity of a uranium-based mineral, dubbed ewingite, is nearly twice as high as the previous most complex mineral. The study, published in Geology, required the use of the...
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Junior Maciej Olszewski, a physics and honors mathematics major, was the lead author on a paper published in New Journal of Physics on Feb. 5. The work was based on computer simulation, which describes the ways superconducting vortices interact.
Liquid crystals are perhaps most well known for their use in electronic displays, but many biological molecules, such as those in cell membranes are forms of liquid crystals, as are some detergents and clays. What is unique about liquid crystals...
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