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Emerging Technology from the arXiv

A View from Emerging Technology from the arXiv

Rings 'n' Fingers

The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week:

  • August 28, 2010

Lunar Palaeoregolith Deposits as Recorders of the Galactic Environment of the Solar System and Implications for Astrobiology

Toward A Quantitative Understanding of Gas Exchange in the Lung

Testing the No-Hair Theorem with Observations of Black Holes in the Electromagnetic Spectrum

About The Possible Role Of Hydrocarbon Lakes In The Origin Of Titan’s Noble Gas Atmospheric Depletion

Distinguishing Left- And Right-Handed Molecules By Two-Step Coherent Pulses

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