Bulletin of the American Physical Society
Inaugural Fall 2009 Meeting of the Prairie Section of the APS
Volume 54, Number 17
Thursday–Saturday, November 12–14, 2009; Iowa City, Iowa
Volume 54, Number 17. Copyright (c) 2009 American Physical Society
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