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Low Temperature Studies of Anomalous Surface Shielding and Related Phenomena.
Final rept. 15 Nov 84-14 Nov 86,
STANFORD UNIV CA DEPT OF PHYSICS
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Experiments were conducted to determine the force of gravity on positions and electrons. An anomalous, low temperature shielding effect was discovered in copper and studied. It is believed that sharp increases in the microwave surface conductivity of copper and aluminum are caused by the appearance of a high mobility surface layer at low temperatures.
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