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Physicists then sum up the probabilities at every instant to derive the average tunneling time.Quantum Tunnels Show How Particles Can Break the Speed of Light|Natalie Wolchover|October 20, 2020|Quanta Magazine
Sodium citrate is a form of citric acid, which is derived from citrus fruits.The scientific way to make perfectly creamy fondue|By Pat Polowsky/Saveur|October 2, 2020|Popular-Science
Recently, burners have been able to apply for funds derived from California’s cap-and-trade climate program.
I want to know a little bit about the population for whom this ketamine-derived drug is most successful.How Are Psychedelics and Other Party Drugs Changing Psychiatry? (Ep. 433)|Stephen J. Dubner|October 1, 2020|Freakonomics
We compared this growth to brain-derived nerve-growth, and discovered that baeocystin and norbaeocystin excite neurons over and above baseline, providing a proliferation of neurons within 12 days, up to 22 percent over controls.How Psilocybin Can Save the Environment - Issue 90: Something Green|Mark MacNamara|September 30, 2020|Nautilus
The only lesson derivable from this reversal appears to be that Moscow is sorry, but not that sorry.
But until the time of Priestley few ever disputed the advantages derivable from a National Church.The English Church in the Eighteenth Century|Charles J. Abbey and John H. Overton
To these are to be added relations derivable from the laws of perspective.The Analysis of Mind|Bertrand Russell
I lay but little stress upon the internal evidence derivable from the character of the religions themselves.The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies|Robert Gordon Latham
So much for the evidence derivable from the capitals; we have next to examine that of the archivolts or arch mouldings.The Stones of Venice, Volume III (of 3)|John Ruskin
This, however, was only a portion of the advantage derivable from the grant.The Canadian Portrait Gallery Volume 3|John Charles Dent