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Rosalind Franklin (1875-1958) was a British crystallographer who was one of the researchers who helped discover the structure of DNA. She published several papers on DNA and viruses before her death.

Born in Hampstead, London in 1875, she was the daughter of a doctor, and studied mathematics and physics at Newnham College, Cambridge and at the University of Cambridge. The first of her DNA papers was published in 1923, in Nature. It described the way that DNA is twisted as it spirals around histone proteins. In her later papers, she helped describe the structure of viruses, but she was never appointed to the peerage. She worked for the National Physical Laboratory, which was later the British National Physical Laboratory.

In her later years, she lived in Rye, East Sussex, and died in 1958.

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Can a gravitational wave be generated in 2nd or higher order perturbations?

As the question title says, can a gravitational wave be generated in second order perturbations?

Also, in the first order perturbation, we often encounter “spatial derivatives of the metric tensor” (namely, first order perturbation). Why can’t we have spatial derivatives of the metric tensor in the second order perturbation?

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For a gravitational wave with a definite frequency $\omega$, you can generate it with zero-order (e.g. the background metric $g_{\mu u}^0$), first-order (e.g. perturbations of the background $g_{\mu u}^1$), and second-order (e.g. perturbations of the first-order \$g

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