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In Very High Heat era ceramics are more and more needed: Ceramic composition and properties. Encyclopedia Britannica
Atomic and molecular nature of ceramic materials and their resulting characteristics and performance in industrial applications. Industrial ceramics are commonly understood to...
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Becoming American: The Chinese Experience . Sam Ting Transcript, Page 1 PBS
Watch Becoming American: The Chinese Experience on PBS -- March 2003
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Holometer of Fermilab
Background. What are you measuring? We are measuring properties of space and time at the very smallest scales. How small? Very small! The "Planck length" (discussed more below) is $10^{-35}$ meters. One millimeter is 0.001 or $10^{-3}$ meters, so the Planck Length has a lot more zeroes after the ...
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