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4434Crystal Lattices in Reciprocal Space
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Real space lattice vectors can adjusted while the corresponding real and reciprocal space lattices are displayed. The three-dimensional real and reciprocal lattices can be rotated and magnified. Also, the real and reciprocal space lattice matrices are displayed.Sat, 7 Apr 2012 13:09:19 -0700Gibbs Phase Rule for One- and Two-Component Systems
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Animation of the Gibbs Phase Rule for one component and two component systems. Various regions in the phase diagrams can be selected to show the relationship between the number of components, phases and degrees of freedom.Wed, 4 Apr 2012 16:06:35 -0700Interactive Wolfram Demos for Physics and Physical Chemistry
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Interactive Wolfram demonstrations of concepts in physical chemistrySun, 31 Jan 2010 20:16:40 -0800Point Groups and Bravais Lattices
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The 32 crystallographic point groups are rendered by the Rayshade 3-D ray tracing program. Animated GIF movies and high resolution JPEG images may be downloaded and used to illustrate symmetries of the crystallographic point groups. The following article provides detailed information regarding the use of the three-dimensional point group renderings.Teaching crystallographic and magnetic point group symmetry using three-dimensional rendered visualizationsThu, 23 Feb 2012 15:27:12 -0800Superposition of Waveforms
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The wavefunction for a particle with an ill-defined location can be regarded as the sum (superposition) of several wavefunctions of different wavelength that interfere constructively in one place but destructively elsewhere. As more waves are used in the superposition, the location becomes more precise at the expense of uncertainty in the particle's momentum.Wed, 17 Nov 2004 00:00:00 -0800The Fermi-Dirac Distribution
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This is an applet that explore the form of the Fermi-Dirac distribution for different values of chemical potential.Sat, 20 Nov 2004 00:00:00 -0800