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UW scientists study strange material with communications potential

Scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are taking another look at some long-held ideas about physics.

For one, the Doppler effect. That's what scientists call the way sounds change as you speed toward and away from them. On a highway, for example, a jackhammer or a siren will sound higher pitched as you approach and lower after you drive past.

But there's an inverse......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 05/23/05


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