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I was asked question: "Why in case of photoelectric effect electrons closer to the atom are ejected and in case of...
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In Molecular orbital theory, when two atoms A & B come close to each other, their atomic orbitals (say their s...
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DrDu
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Of the following quantities, which increase and which decrease in the Bohr model as n increases? Frequency of...
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Gokul43201
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How to control the electron occupation numbers separately in coupled quantum dots? please give some references or...
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Hi I am studying how the spin orbit interaction in certain materials can lead to topological insulator effects and...
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Hi there! I hope someone can help me with this problem. I've been working on this for over 5 hours and I've gotten...
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Please understand my low command of English. I'm developing Direct Simulation Monte Carlo and I'm now validating. ...
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Noh-hoon Lee
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Hello - I am searching for some guidance, and I would greatly (greatly) appreciate any tips, pointers, etc. I am...
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Signifier
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In the famous Haldane model on 2D honeycomb lattice, why the nearest-neighbor(NN) hopping and next-next-nearest...
Jun21-11 09:52 PM
edmondrobbins
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Hi, I'm confused because of units in magnetism. I have a sample with a magnetization of M=0,01 emu/g...
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Q: When just one end of a wire is connected to a positive terminal of a battery, don't the free electrons in the wire...
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The following questions came to my mind while I was solving a problem involving a collision of an alpha particle with...
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MY question is when i read energy band over lap i thought it is coming because of the huge number of atoms and the...
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Timo
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Why do photons repel one another?
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If there was a planet and there was no real energy source near it (say like our sun) would a few stars around...
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ZapperZ
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I don't really understand why the Fermi-Function is often used to describe superconductors. According to the BCS...
Oct19-07 07:47 AM
ZapperZ
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Is it possible to imitate the repulsion of atoms of gas on macro-scale? (I mean: atoms of gases repell all other...
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Doc Al
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surface plasmons not exist for transverse electric polarisation? and only exist for transverse magnetic polarisation...
Oct22-09 04:05 PM
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In the book about fluid-mechanics Landau in the first pages in the isentropic case from dw=\frac{dp}{\rho} ...
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hello im new in this forum.. and i would like to ask first this is statement that i confused about 'At low values of...
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I am trying to understand the IR spectra of liquid. I can get the autocorrelation function of atoms' velocity,...
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Hi, would anyone give me a guide / reference to visually identify the bugers vector of a partial dislocation in FCC...
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Given the following data on copper, how do i calculate the resistivity? Relaxation time: 2.50e10-14s Density:...
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Hello, I recently had an exam in Molecular physics, in which one of the unanswered questions asked by my proff was...
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Claude Bile
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I have already prepared Ti6Al4V specimen of the use of X-ray Diffraction, but i don't know how to anaylsis.:frown: ...
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I'm having trouble understanding how changing parameters in the ising model leads to first order phase transitions. I...
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This is no joke!!! Has anyone here done any work on this neutron skin?...
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Hello I want to do numerical diagonalization of honeycomb-lattice tight-binding Hamiltonian to calculate the...
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hazemmohamed
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Hello everyone, Can anyone give me a list of the different types of Hall effect. I know the following: 1- Quantum...
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Its easy to understand how a photon can transfer momentum to a charged particle like an electron, but I'm not sure how...
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Hello everyone; I have little problem about a question. If silver melts at 962C and contains an intrinsic relative...
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weejee
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Hello, I am constructing a 2d atomistic mass spring Hamiltonian with nearest neighbor bonds (harmonic potential) in...
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If you have access to the Science journal, do not miss the Review article written by Elbio Dagotto in the latest issue...
Aug31-05 12:22 PM
aranyakam
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Does there exist a database for the Partition function at different temperatures? As I understand it it only varies...
Apr24-09 12:38 PM
nordmoon
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Please help somebody on this problem... When we topologically classify the defects in ordered media, we consider...
Jun15-11 08:30 AM
weejee
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Ahoy, I'm trying to do a calculation of the electron-electron self energy of a Fermi Liquid, which is supposed to...
Jun27-07 12:04 AM
Mute
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Hi all, To my knowledge hybridization of atomc orbitals occurs only between orbitals in the same atom, with similar...
Apr8-11 02:23 AM
DrDu
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If we look at any spectrum the lines are due to the corresponding transitions in sample. And the line widths are due...
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Meir Achuz
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Hi guys Is the following way of rewriting the sum correct? \sum\limits_{k,k',k'',k'''} {c_k^\dag c_{k'}^{}...
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Hello, I have a question concerning the use of wavepackets to justify the semiclassical approach in solid state...
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