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Tensions between a Chain of Blocks
Showing Faraday's Law with an Oscilloscope
Nowhere-Neat Squaring the Square
Bound-State Solutions of the Schrödinger Equation by Numerical Integration
Cutting Space into Regions with Four Planes
Solution of the 2D Heat Equation Using the Method of Lines
Dinitrogen Tetroxide Dissociation Equilibrium
Mazes on Polyhedra Maps
Electromagnetic Field Energies in Capacitors and Inductors
Electronic Structure of a Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube in Tight-Binding Wannier Representation
Recovering the Fourier Coefficients
3D Skeletal Anatomy of the Foot
Pressure of a High-Heeled Shoe
Magic Numbers in the Nuclear Shell Model
Picking Up Coins in a Grid
Mercator's Instructions: The "Organum Directorium"
Global Minimum of a Non-Convex Function
Single Signals in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
Multiple Signals in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
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