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May 20th, 2005

Nanoparticles' Magnetic Behavior Defies Accepted Physics Laws

Abstract:
A collaboration that includes a scientist from Brookhaven Lab has discovered that a class of magnetic nanostructured materials tiny magnetic particles of about a billionth of a meter in diameter display behavior that defies accepted, conventional laws of physics and backs up a well-known theory.

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