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In three experiments, using a two-alternative forced-choice task, we obtained depth judgments of displays containing transparent regions. The regions varied in lightness, size, and animation. Observers nearly always strongly preferred one certain depth ordering among the regions, even though their lightness conditions were expected to give rise to ambiguity… (More)
We report on the first experimental study of the magnetoresistance of double-walled carbon nanotubes under a magnetic field as large as 50 T. By varying the field orientation with respect to the tube axis, or by gate-mediated shifting the Fermi level position, evidence for unconventional magnetoresistance is presented and interpreted by means of theoretical… (More)
With regard to data on two-year exposure of Chernobyl-derived 137Cs in lakes with average depths ranging from 2 to 15 m, contamination of lake waters has been estimated using a sorption-diffusion model with 137Cs distribution and diffusion coefficients of 4000 l/kg and 1.0 × 10−7 cm2, respectively.