Nobels in Physics, Chemistry Awarded

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STOCKHOLM, Sweden: Three American physicists will share the 1996 Nobel Prize in their field for work on the physical properties of supercooled helium. David Lee and Robert Richardson of Cornell University and Douglas Osheroff of Stanford discovered in the early 1970s that at very low temperatures, helium-3 demonstrates characteristics of superfluidity Scot Woods