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Demonstrations 61 - 80 of 447
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
Van Vleck's Model of the Helium Atom in the Old Quantum Theory
Quantum Computer Simulation of GHZ Experiment
Dispersion Properties of a Spin-Orbit-Coupled Bose-Einstein Condensate
Band Structures in Zigzag Graphene Nanoribbons and Armchair Carbon Nanotubes
Decoherence and Trajectories Implied by a Modified Schrodinger Equation
Solving the Secular Equation for Zigzag and Bearded Graphene Nanoribbons
Bohm Trajectories for a Particle in a Two-Dimensional Circular Billiard
Single-Qubit Quantum Gates on a Bloch Sphere
Optical Selection Rules for Zigzag Graphene Nanoribbons
Hilbert Space Bases for Distinguishing Pure Quantum States in Low Dimensions
Stern-Gerlach Simulations on a Quantum Computer
Hydrogen Atom: Fine Structure of Energy Levels
Deutsch's Algorithm on a Quantum Computer
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
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