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 Jul 13 awarded Notable Question Sep 24 awarded Autobiographer May 29 awarded Popular Question Mar 25 awarded Commentator Feb 27 comment Superconducting gap, temperature dependence: how to calculate this integral? This has been done in Mathematica. I'll link you a screen shot: i.stack.imgur.com/0Km6p.png. Problem is, when I try to do this in another language (i.e. Python: pastie.org/6347014), I cannot ask Python to declare and find $\Delta$ without getting a x is not declared error. Feb 27 comment Superconducting gap, temperature dependence: how to calculate this integral? How can that be done in a programming language though? Feb 17 asked Superconducting gap, temperature dependence: how to calculate this integral? Jan 24 awarded Student Jan 17 awarded Editor Dec 3 awarded Tumbleweed Nov 12 comment Show that purity = 1 in a pure state It was more that I wasn't sure if there was another way. Using this technique, I also proved that $Tra(\rho)<1$ Nov 12 awarded Scholar Nov 12 accepted Show that purity = 1 in a pure state Nov 12 comment Show that purity = 1 in a pure state Brilliant! This method is what I used, I was concerned that there is a more rigorous way of proving this. Nov 12 asked Show that purity = 1 in a pure state