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Then we find 2µ Since it is known from experiment that the deuteron has only one bound state at energy −2.224573 ± 0.000002 MeV, we see that κR ≈ π/2! Read More » A new approach to calculating the properties of molecules and solids may offer higher accuracy at reasonable computational cost, accelerating the discovery of useful materials. Carnegie Mellon Physics Professor Preps for Search for New Physics After five years of large-scale upgrade work, SuperKEKB, an electron-positron colliding accelerator at the High ...

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