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Impervious nature of solid matter due to quantum degeneracy pressure
On Wikipedia the following statement is made without reference: Freeman Dyson showed that the imperviousness of solid matter is due to quantum degeneracy pressure rather than electrostatic ...
May 17 '12 at 16:35
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