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Nuclear Liquid-Drop Model Applied to Radioactive Decay Modes
Ions with Noble Gas Configurations
Three-Parameter Variational Wavefunctions for the Helium Isoelectronic Series
Exact Solution for Rectangular Double-Well Potential
Free-Electron Model for Linear Polyenes
Shell Structure of Noble Gas Atoms
Quantum Theory of Rutherford Scattering
Particle in an Infinite Vee Potential
Potential of a Charged Spheroid
Elementary Chess Endings: Mate in One
Three Coalescing Soap Bubbles
Primer on Bipolar Junction Transistors
Fields of Magnet Array
Classical Electron in the Field of a Magnetic Monopole
Ice Cube Melting in Water
The Seven Bridges of Königsberg
Equal Cores and Shells in Circles and Spheres
Gibbs Phase Rule for One- and Two-Component Systems
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