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Dear all, I have got abit mixed up by the way different articles make supercells. As an example the below article:...
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I am taking Solid State now and using Kittel as the textbook. Needless to say, I don't understand almost anything...
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if the matter attains the state of having zero or no energy (i know thats not possible but if it is so...) what will...
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NMR rf Field hi all, could any one help me explain how the rf B1 field in an NMR spectrometer works? Especially...
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Hey. Is the conductivity of a material related to the dielectric constant (permittivity) in some way? And what about...
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The imaginary part of the \chi ^3 susceptibility can be split into the resonant and non resonant contributions. The...
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I am confused about the relation between the Wigner-Seitz cell and the first Brillouin zone. My teacher explained...
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Hi, I'm following the book of Kaxiras on solid state physics and I'm a bit confused about Brillouin zone and...
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Hi all, I'm am reading chapter 3 of Tinkham's "Introduction to superconductivity". At some point several...
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hi everyone i hope that someone can explain to me what's the different with a crystalline TiC and a Ti50C50, actually...
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hi Can anyone explain to me what's the surface plasmon??? thanks
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Hi all, I am looking at (elementary) theory of superconductivity. In particular, I am looking at the calculation...
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Hi guys, I hope you can give me any idea about: After a long molecular dynamic simulation of a polymer under...
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hi i wonder if anyone has an idea about or have links for published papers about the behavior of bulk titanium...
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A new superconductor has been developed at Brookhaven National Laboratory: ...
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hi i hope that someone can explain to me what does it mean Carbon in-plane correlation length of sp2. thanks
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In a gas, do the molecular centers of gravity align significantly toward the dominant source of gravity? E. g., do...
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The 24th Solvay is going to happen in a week or so. 10 - 13 October 24th Solvay Conference on Physics "Quantum...
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hi everybody i would like to know what's the different between a mono and a polycristallin material. And if we...
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Hi every body I have XRD data of clinker cement , and I need a software or a method to determine the phases and...
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Can anybody help me find a paper? The name is "The discrete self-trapping equation", or "J.C. Eilbeck, P.S. Lomdahl,...
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Do the atoms in molecules seperate quicker if they are moved more vigourously in their lifetime and therefoe cause...
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Hello all,i was studying about nuclear magnetic resonance,what i came to know is the study of nucleus in presence of...
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A couple of questions in the context of constructing nuclear weapons: Would it be feasible to refine uranium...
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Does anyone have a good derivation of the Electron-Phonon Interaction Hamiltonian? I've found a few in various books...
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What do you understand by "sublattice degeneracy" of a carbon nanotube. How would it affect a NT's electrical...
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Hi all I just have some questions about atom-laser interaction. Suppose that you have single two-level atom...
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:smile:Hey guys. I just get some information about true shear strain and simple shear strain from the lecture of...
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Hi, I was taking a look to Appendix M of A&M "Solid State Physics" (Conservation of Crystal Momentum). Seems to me...
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hey, I have a question, it might be really stupid, but I'm probably not as smart as any of you here. Anyway: if you...
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I have already seen two important problem: one is about the derivation of Fourier's heat law; and the other is about...
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Hello, frineds I have a question How is it possible to get High Temperature Supercondactor produced by laser...
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Can somebody tell me what is the miller index for the tilted plane? Is it (102) or (112)? Nothing seems to...
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