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From Harvard University's Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences and its Department of Physics, the Experimental Soft Condensed Matter Group carries out research on the physics of "soft condensed matter, materials which are easily deformable by external stresses, electric or magnetic fields, or even by thermal fluctuations." The group tries to determine how structure and dynamics at mesoscopic scales influence macroscopic physical properties. The research areas covered by the site include Colloids and Surfactants, Microenvironments of Heterogenous Systems, and Physics of Colloids in Space, to name a few. Also, a publications section offers Publications of the Experimental Soft Condensed Matter Group dating from 1996 to 1999, as well as Related Publications and research done elsewhere from 1985 to 1995. Finally, there are links to facility instruments and sites of related interest.
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