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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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This question is directed at resident theoretical electron physicists in PF Regarding Azimuthal Quantum Energy...
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How can we translate real-world positions into a computer language? An example would be to simulate a ball bouncing...
Y 02:02 AM
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The torque contribution due to the uniaxial anisotropy is given by the equation below \frac{\Gamma}{l_m K} = (2...
Y 01:04 PM
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"Volume of a primitive cell is independent of the choice of the cell." Why?
Aug29-14 07:41 AM
M Quack
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I have done the computations of band structure of cobalt adsorbed graphene. In 3x3 supercell of cobalt adsorbed (one...
T 08:32 AM
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Hi, there. I don't understand how the light travel in the medium which has the index of refaction below one from...
Aug27-14 07:53 AM
Simon Bridge
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Hi Physics Forums! I'm a bit stuck here. I'm fairly sure I intuitively know the answer here, but am looking for...
Aug27-14 06:07 PM
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I was reading about ferrofluid and I was wondering how you would go about calculating the maximum size of a particle...
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When light passes in glass, water etc then velocity is reduced and direction changes HOW?
Aug25-14 07:50 AM
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Dear mates: During ionization with radiant energy there is a photon emission (see ...
Aug20-14 09:56 PM
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I have some XPS spectrums that I am trying to fit (my first time doing so), using XPSpeak. I understand that for...
Aug18-14 03:18 AM
M Quack
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After specifying the primitive vectors of a structure namely (a,b,c) in Wien2k, one has to specify locations of atoms...
T 07:51 AM
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what is the rule of delta E= A/r^12 _ B/r^6 ????
Aug16-14 05:04 PM
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I am trying to understand what is meant by the phrase 'absorbed and emitted bosons'. Is it the same as destroyed and...
Aug19-14 12:41 PM
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Hi Guys, I read that the Fermi level of semiconductor, like germanium, is in-between the completely occupied upper...
Aug16-14 12:28 AM
Simon Bridge
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Why are absorption cross sections for atoms so much larger than that of molecules. For example, the absorption...
Aug21-14 02:33 AM
Simon Bridge
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I've heard any many places that the density of states (DOS) can be determined from an x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy...
Aug4-14 01:37 AM
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I'm writing a little bit of Mathematica code that should be able to make a reasonable powder diffraction spectrum. The...
Aug23-14 03:52 PM
M Quack
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Hi, I have a question regarding the temperature dependence of the light yield in scintillators. I will attach a...
Aug18-14 12:32 AM
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Dear All, for different oxidation states of the same element in X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy measurements,...
Aug13-14 10:17 PM
Greg Bernhardt
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To whom is able to answer this: I think that when radiant energy get in contact with matter three basic phenomena...
Aug14-14 03:26 PM
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So i'm trying to use the excitation law of Boltzmann and the ionisation law of Saha to calculate stuff about what...
Aug12-14 03:56 PM
Greg Bernhardt
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Hi Guys! I have a confusion which I hope you can help clear up. The mathematical expression of the first law of...
Aug3-14 12:02 AM
Simon Bridge
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Why is electron rotating in h/2pi orbit does not radiate energy
Aug13-14 12:50 PM
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Hello guys, first post in this forum :) Magnetism has always been complicated to understand for me, and I would...
Aug12-14 03:28 PM
M Quack
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My base understanding of the solar cell is as follows: Light hits metal in solar cell and emits electron via...
Aug1-14 09:22 PM
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What is "thermal rounding"
Nov21-13 06:41 AM
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Hello all, I'd truly appreciate if you could provide me with guidance on this. I'm trying to find the electric...
Apr9-14 11:51 AM
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As far as I understand, when forward biased voltage applied, electrons from N diffuse to P, then recombine. Since...
May1-14 01:44 PM
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Hello PFers! I hope everyone is doing well. Here's my question: The way I understand it (imperfectly, of course),...
May7-14 08:18 AM
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Hello, as we all know, in compound solids atoms are always vibrating with some degree, depending on the temperature...
Apr22-14 06:16 AM
M Quack
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What is the difference between complete and incomplete mode locking in charge density wave systems?
Aug3-14 12:01 PM
Greg Bernhardt
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Hi people, I'm researching about the interactions of two carbon atoms using the Lennard-Jones potential and I need...
Aug19-14 09:15 PM
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hello everyone.. 1) what is the magnetic properties for indium oxide? i hope that it has ferrimagnetic properties...
Apr24-14 10:39 AM
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Would one expect the emission and absorption spectral lines for Hydrogen to be at slightly different frequencies ? So...
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I understand that electron-hole produced when certain energy in form of a photons applied to atom that electron can...
Apr29-14 09:24 AM
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Can an atom be considered as an example of a dipole? It has positive charge in the nucleus and negative charge around...
Apr20-14 06:31 AM
Vanadium 50
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Hi, I got the complex conductivity vs. frequency table of a metamaterial. Its first lines are like this: f ...
Aug13-14 02:54 AM
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Hi Here is the number for the measured frequency for hydrogen 1s to 2s transition: 2 466 061 413 187 035 Hz ...
Aug8-14 04:51 AM
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You can use transfer matrix method for 2d Ising model. Is there a list of models for which this method could be of...
Aug1-14 09:37 PM
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