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The phenomenon of spontaneous isothermal phase separation in a binary alloy is described mathematically by the Cahn-Hilliard equation. It is named after John...
On July 25th, 2021, a wall of sand engulfed the Chinese city of Dunhuang. As the dust rolled in, the air in the city took on a nearly opaque burnt orange hue...
Figure 1. A late-18th century lens grinding lathe made by Andrea Frati. This device currently resides at the Museo Galileo – Institute and Museum of the
The device above might not look familiar, but the object it produces (or used to produce) probably would.…...
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