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April 2nd, 2003
UC Riverside researchers' discovery topples century-old theory
In a discovery that is likely to impact fields as diverse as atomic physics, chemistry and nanotechnology, researchers have identified a new physical phenomenon, electrostatic rotation, that, in the absence of friction, leads to spin.
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