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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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Hi, I am having trouble with this concept... "A mean speed (c) is calculated by multiplying each speed by the...
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Hi For a simulation regarding Lennard Jones fluids I'm getting divergences. I have particles in a fixed volume. I...
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I have a pyrochlore antiferromagnetic system. In AC magnetic susceptibility measurements, there is a cusp at 4 K whose...
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I superlattice are learning about. I need some specific examples or book of superlattice GaAs / AlGaAs and GaN / AlGaN...
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hi all... I have written codes for 2d fdtd tfsf with berenger's pml absorbing boundary. But I have serious leakage...
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I did an experiment to calculate the cross section for capture, loss, and ionization for a 05+ projectile on an 02...
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Hi all! I am a chemist trying to make her way through solid state computational physics problems and I have been...
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What is the meaning of zero resistivity in superconductors? I mean, what's the cause of zero resistivity in...
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Hi everyone, - Could you explain for me the meaning of "net" in the phrase "small net attraction between electrons"...
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Hi, As an interested non-physicist, may I ask a possibly naive question concerning superconductivity? It seems...
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I made some frequency calculations in Gaussian (using various method/basis set combos) and I have to find which...
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They say ZPE is the energy of the system at 0 K due to vibrations and even though the Schroedinger equation gives us...
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What is the difference between a field cooled (FC) and a Zero field cooled (ZFC) at a applied constant magnetic field...
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hi everyone; does fermi energy equal zero ? If it is, what is the physical meaning of this situation?...
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Hello Is anybody can help me for the next question (the topic is defects in crystal) : It should be...
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Hi Why photon has zero chemical potential. please answer this question clearly.
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in zener tunneling phenomena, are the carriers locally generated or non-locally generated? i.e, should we assume the...
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could any1 plz explain avalance effect i can understand that the electrons minority carriers are accelerated by high...
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Hello all, I am learning some basic course in solid state phyiscs. I have a question about Zeeman splitting in...
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Please refer to picture (1). This the equation of motion for an electron in a magnetic field along the z direction and...
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How to separate the spectrum of cadmium in the experiment zeeman effect to two lines if we look at it in parallel to...
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There are two types of zeeman effect, one normal and the other one anormal, but why are they called so? I mean what...
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Diagram of the energy levels for the weak field Zeeman effect on 1F - 1D transitions In the emission spectrum how...
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If you zap a n-type semicond. with a laser with energy at, say, the band gap, what happens to the donor electrons? For...
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what is modulo associated with z2 invariant?
Oct23-10 06:39 AM
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can YBCO be prepared in lab.?:biggrin: :approve:
Oct19-06 06:08 PM
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dear physicists I am interested in Yttrium iron garnet ( ...
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Hi everyone, :smile: Apologies if this is in the wrong section, I'm still relatively new to the forum. :blushing: ...
Nov19-09 05:55 AM
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Hello, I was wondering if anyone could tell me the young's modulus of: Graphite, Wood, Steel, Glass,...
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Hi, does higher young modulus means higher rigidity of a solide? Regards,
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When a photon hits an atom it gets absorbed and an electron moves one or more shells up depending on the energy of the...
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In doing some research using a basic superconducting kit with a susceptibility probe, we set out to find the critical...
May18-07 10:32 AM
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I'm interested in the superconductors they use to levitate trains. One of the most talked about...
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Hi! Can anyone help me with information about pure YAG luminescence spectra (ideal case will be excitation with...
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I'm currently an undergrad research assistant in a lab that is experimenting with the interface between ferroelectrics...
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In XRD the incoming beam must be monochromatic and coherent; otherwise the diffracted waves are not in phase at the...
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Currently in our lab we have a WEDGE shaped sample that we would like to be able to know the thickness at various...
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In XRD, to examine the diffraction pattern and the determine the elemental structure, a thin layer of sample is...
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Given the 2-theta values from XRD carried out using Debye-Scherrer, and given the wavelength of the incident...
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Hi all, structure factor is 2πi(hx+ky+lz), (hkl)is plane index, and (xyz) is index within a unit cell of real...
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