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Human plasma viscosity was measured in capillary tube, cone-plate and Couette viscometers. The measurement of the viscosity at very low shear rates showed that plasma is a non-Newtonian fluid with a pseudoplastic rheological behaviour. The importance of this phenomenon for the microcirculation is discussed.
 A survey of dust devils using the Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC) wideand narrow-angle (WA and NA) images has been undertaken. The survey comprises two parts: (1) sampling of nine broad regions from September 1997 to July 2001 and (2) a focused seasonal monitoring of variability in the Amazonis region, an active dust devil site,… (More)
Near-fields of non-resonantly laser-excited nanostructures enable strong localization of ultrashort light fields and have opened novel routes to fundamentally modify and control electronic strong-field processes. Harnessing spatiotemporally tunable near-fields for the steering of sub-cycle electron dynamics may enable ultrafast optoelectronic devices and… (More)