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Zigzag-Shaped Graphene Nanoribbons
Powered Clique Polyhedra
Comparing Resistances of Wires of Different Compositions, Dimensions and Temperatures
Optical Selection Rules for Zigzag Graphene Nanoribbons
Koch Curve Randomization and Crystal Edge Disorder
Rotating Crystal Method for 2D Lattices Using Ewald's Circle
Laue's Method for 2D Lattices Using Ewald's Circle
Lorentz Oscillator Model for Optical Constants
Transient Cooling of Composite Solids
Elastic Recovery after Plastic Deformation of Metals
Transient Heat Conduction with a Nuclear Heat Source
Jiles-Atherton Model of Magnetic Hysteresis
Defects in an Optical Fiber
Mohr's Circle and Stress Transformations
Evaporative Crystallization with Recycle
Heat Transfer in Fins
Yield under a Rigid Toroidal Indenter
The 14 3D Bravais Lattices
Shear-Angle Models for Oblique Metal Cutting
Conduction through a Composite Wall
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