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what possible explanation to an unexpected peak that may appear in an XRD pattern of a pure material , what causes,...
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I understand that when two nuclei combine to form another nuclei . the resultant nucleon will have a lower mass than...
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We all know, Bragg's law , n\lambda=2dsin\theta where 2dsin\theta=path difference. In the derivation of the path...
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Hi, The current density due to field emission on a surface is described by the Fowler-Nordheim equation J =...
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In 2-D crystal systems, there are 5 lattice types. Primitive parallelogram, primitve rectangle, centered...
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Hi there! In thermal field theory, the Matsubara frequencies are defined by \nu_n = \frac{2n\pi}{\beta} for bosons...
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how does the exchange coupling mechanism work that produce the ferromagnetic properties of materials?
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Hello, there. I'm having a small problem with Miller's indices. 1) Imagine that the plane (2 1 1) is given in the...
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why the electrons don't collapase into the proton-center of the atom? is it centrifugal force? thanks
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