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Measuring the Instantaneous Velocity of a Brownian Particle in Air
Chapter 4 covers the theory of Brownian motion in air at short time scales, a home-built detection system with ultrahigh resolution, and the results of our measurement of the instantaneous velocity of a Brownian particle in air.
KeywordsBrownian Motion Power Spectral Density Instantaneous Velocity Brownian Particle Superfluid Helium
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