1990 Category Winners in

First Place: S1204
Decker, Mark W. Grade 11, Kern County
Is High Temperature Superconductivity Really a First Order Phase Transformation?
School: Burroughs (Sherman E.) High School, Ridgecrest

Second Place: S1209
Harris, Douglas J. Grade 9, Kern County
Catch The Wave: Measuring the Speed of Sound
School: Murray Junior High School, Ridgecrest

Third Place: S1228
Wong-Foy, Annjoe G. Grade 10, San Diego County
Electrorheological Fluids: Field Strength vs. Viscosity
School: Gompers (Samuel) Secondary School, San Diego

Honorable Mention: S1216
Palluconi, Brett B. Grade 12, Los Angeles County
Effective Emissivity in the Thermal Infrared as a Function of Geometry
School: St. Francis High School, La Canada

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