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No 11 CHARGED PARTICLES ARE PREVENTED FROM GOING FASTER THAN THE SPEED OF LIGHT BY LIGHT ITSELF : A BIOPHYSICAL CELL BIOLOGIST ’ S CONTRIBUTION

@inproceedings{Wayne2010No1C,
  title={No 11 CHARGED PARTICLES ARE PREVENTED FROM GOING FASTER THAN THE SPEED OF LIGHT BY LIGHT ITSELF : A BIOPHYSICAL CELL BIOLOGIST ’ S CONTRIBUTION},
  author={Randy Wayne},
  year={2010}
}
Investigations of living organisms have led biologists and physicians to introduce fundamental concepts, including Brownian motion, the First Law of Thermodynamics, Poiseuille’s Law of fluid flow, and Fick’s Law of diffusion into physics. Given the prominence of viscous forces within and around cells and the experience of identifying and quantifying such resistive forces, biophysical cell biologists have an unique perspective in discovering the viscous forces that cause moving particles to… 

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