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All Articles for Magazine issue 1985 (Volume 16, No. 1)
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1985 (Volume 16, No. 1)Chaos -- Symmetry Special: Chaos: The Ultimate AsymmetryThe disorder that is called chaos is not so disorderly after all. Examples of chaos: a random selection.Arthur FisherPDF
1985 (Volume 16, No. 1)Chirality -- Symmetry Special: The Riddle of HandednessNature can make chiral molecules. Synthetic chemists are learning to. `The most important reaction...` Pools and breeders. Selective perturbation. Options and organometallics.Norman MetzgerPDF
1985 (Volume 16, No. 1)Cosmic Isotropy -- Symmetry Special: Isotropy or AnisotropyThe universe is smooth or lumpy, depending on how far away you stand. Hubble's inconstant constant.Ann FinkbeinerPDF
1985 (Volume 16, No. 1)Fractals -- Symmetry Special: Fractal SymmetryMandelbrot's arcane mathematics contains its own arcane symmetries. Nonlinear fractals.Mort LaBrecquePDF
1985 (Volume 16, No. 1)Supersymmetry -- Symmetry Special: Laboratory SupersymmetrySupersymmetry has been shown to hold in the realm of the nucleon of atoms. What good is a baby?T.A. HeppenheimerPDF
1985 (Volume 16, No. 1)Symmetry Theory -- Symmetry Special: Physicists' SymmetriesThe symmetries that physicists see are not those of the ordinary world. A lesson from the fifties. Group theory in quantum mechanics.Margaret SilbarPDF


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