Scientific American Magazine, September 1986

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $119.95

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120 pages. Contents: Is exposure to low levels of microwaves hazardous?; Predicting chemistry from topology; Superstrings - fundamental constituents of matter; The blood-brain barrier - a selective gate; The colors of things - "illusions" on a computer screen overturn conventional notions of color perception; The sun and the interstellar medium - the ice ages may have been caused by clouds of hydrogen and helium passing through the solar system; Brachiopods - clamlike bivalves; Leonardo's contributions to theoretical mechanics - his studies of crossbows. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy.

Title: Scientific American Magazine, September 1986

Author Name: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Science & Technology, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Scientific American: 1986

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 824C7206

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