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comment How are quantum potential wells fabricated?
you can start by: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_dot
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comment Glass and isotropy
not common in glasses, once it is not clear how one would set up different characteristics in different directions. The calculation should follow the same physics as for anisotropic crystals, though. So whatever reference in anisotropic elasticity (or whatever wave propagation you are studying) should suffice, e.g. link. Just search for books in anisotropic materials.
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comment Chemical potential interpretation
Nice answer. The only point I'd make is that, about ideal gases, your point is not absolutely true: to introduce a new particle in such system one would have to change the energy by an amount that depends on the equation of state of the system. That can sound useless but it is necessary to understand the process of nucleation and growth in hard-sphere systems, though. Thanks!
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