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Also good for Nobel Prizes, as the past years have shown. Small atoms are held together by the SNF with the effects electromagnetic (EM) repulsion being neglibile. ISRO has recently provided some financial support to start a research and teaching programme in the field of Space Physics. 1898: Establishment of Central Hindu College by Dr. This process is part of what is called renormalisation, which is a systematic procedure to extract finite information from infinite answers! Can the errors due to these truncations be estimated, and reliable extrapolation methods be developed?

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