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Demonstrations 61 - 80 of 369
Structure and Bonding of Second-Row Hydrides
Hydrogen Atom Radial Functions
Bound-State Solutions of the Schrödinger Equation by Numerical Integration
Bohm Trajectories in an LCAO Approximation for the Hydrogen Molecule H_2
Quantum Computer Simulation of GHZ Experiment
Decoherence and Trajectories Implied by a Modified Schrodinger Equation
Bohm Trajectories for a Particle in a Two-Dimensional Circular Billiard
Optical Selection Rules for Zigzag Graphene Nanoribbons
Hilbert Space Bases for Distinguishing Pure Quantum States in Low Dimensions
Hydrogen Atom: Fine Structure of Energy Levels
From Bohm to Classical Trajectories in a Hydrogen Atom
Continuous Transition between Quantum and Classical Behavior for a Harmonic Oscillator
Optimal Joint Measurements of Qubit Observables
Continuous Transition between Classical and Bohm Quantum Pictures for Young's Interference Experiment
Electron Conductance Models Using Maximal Entropy Random Walks
Topological Winding Number in 1D Su-Schrieffer-Heeger Model
Bohm Trajectories for Quantum Particles in a Uniform Gravitational Field
Compressing Ideal Fermi and Bose Gases at Low Temperatures
Quantum Particle in a Multi-step Potential Well
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