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written by Gregg Lois
This website from the University of California, Santa Barbara explains what granular materials are and UCSB's research in the field. See animations of granular material simulations and other helpful images.
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image credit: Bjornar Sandnes, University of Oslo; image source; larger image This resource was featured by the Physics To Go collection from September 16, 2009 until October 1, 2009. View the feature here!

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collective systems, granular materials
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