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Add together all the units coming onto the market, primarily luxury rentals on the West Side in Midtown and super-luxury condominiums scattered about the Upper West and East Sides, and there are not enough to make any significant difference.
The difference in spacing from step to step causes electrons in the metal, behaving as waves, to alternately add together or cancel as the microscope probe moves across the plateau, Chen explains.
He then calculated how the microwaves distributed through a train carriage would add together, just as light from different lamps brightens up a room.
To add together items such as teaching quality, research output, library expenditure, and students' entry grades simply does not provide a fair reflection of the relative merits of British universities, " he said.