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Demonstrations 141 - 160 of 191
Drude-Lorentz Model for Dispersion in Dielectrics
Electronic Band Structure of a Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube by the Zone-Folding Method
Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy in Substrate Generator/Tip Collector Mode
Steady-State Temperature Profile of Two-Layer Pipe
Chiral Tunneling and the Klein Paradox in Graphene
X-Ray Reflection by Planes of Atoms in a Cubic Lattice
Optical Matrix Elements of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes for Longitudinal Polarization of Light
Phase Percentage and Carbon Content Estimation in Hypoeutectoid Steels by Image Processing
Graphene Brillouin Zone and Electronic Energy Dispersion
Optical Properties of Graphene
Brillouin Zone of a 2D Square Lattice: Tight Binding Approximation
Mechanical Sensitivity of Soft Testing Machines
Brillouin Zone Sampling of Chain with N Sites and Modified Periodic Boundary Conditions
Basic Structure, Plane Orientation, and Facetting in the Face-Centered and Body-Centered Cubic Crystal Structures
Miller Indices for a Simple Cubic Lattice
Principal Stresses in Compacted Cohesive Powders
Brillouin Zone of a Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube
Wannier Representation for Tight-Binding Hamiltonian of a Periodic Chain with N Sites
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