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Tibetan singing bowls
The published version of the paper "Tibetan singing bowls” 2011 Nonlinearity 24 R51-66 will be freely available online from 1 July 2011. It will be available at

Published jointly with the London Mathematical Society, Nonlinearity covers the interdisciplinary nature of nonlinear science, featuring topics which range from physics, mathematics and engineering through to biological sciences.

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