Perspectives from the Interacting Boston Model: Proceedings

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Research at Undergraduate Institutions (RUI) proposals should be submitted by the deadlines in this solicitation according to the closest disciplinary match. Even at the great distance between the earth and the sun, sunshine will melt the ice cube in about 40 minutes. One is whether the particles are accelerated along straight lines or along (approximate) circles. How its event horizon exists with growing? Under certain conditions the end product may also be a "neutron star", an extremely compact object, where all protons have been converted into neutrons.

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Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc (December 1994)

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