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All Articles for Magazine issue 1991 (Volume 22, No. 1)
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1991 (Volume 22, No. 1)Cluster Chemistry: A Fifth State of MatterBound by the weakest of chemical bonds and occupying a state of matter somewhere between the gaseous and the liquid or solid, chemical clusters have become subject to study only as techniques emerged in the past few decades. Tools of the trade. Magic clusters. A clathrate ion cluster. Mort LaBrecquePDF
1991 (Volume 22, No. 1)Millisecond Pulsars: A New Class of Pulsating Radio StarsSuperfast and superold, an arcane new class of pulsars is giving rise to arcane new theories of stellar evolution and a new cottage industry for observers and theorists.William CheckPDF
1991 (Volume 22, No. 1)Sociobiology -- A Special Report: A New Synthesis Comes of AgeStanding on the shoulders of geneticists, ethologists, and evolutionists of all stripes, Edward O. Wilson laid the foundation for a new synthesis that reshaped thinking about animal and human behavior. Now others stand on his. I--Birth of a paradigm. II--How different are humans? Arthur FisherPDF
1991 (Volume 22, No. 1)Turbulence Modeling: Some Tractable Mathematicsfor Some Intractable Physics. Mathematical modelers' efforts to come to terms with turbulent phenomena have made contributions to the solution of engineering problems; physicists concerns are less readily addressed. Ptolemy's solar system is an apt parallel. Turbulence measurements T.A. HeppenheimerPDF


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