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Nov
26
comment Dimensions of obstacle needed to block light?
Ohhhh haha interesting :). So how about the minimum number of dimensions needed to block light from $n$ dimensions?
Sep
2
comment Why do covalent bonds form?
@RonMaimon: Can you elaborate? And is the above explanation therefore a "legitimate" explanation
Sep
2
comment Why is a nucleus isotropic?
can you elaborate on which phi and theta - different conventions....
Sep
2
comment Why is a nucleus isotropic?
@KarsusRen: can you elaborate? I'm thinking essentially setting the center of the neutron as the origin of a spherical coordinate system.
Sep
1
comment Where can I find hamiltonians + lagrangians?
Can you elaborate on a suggested undergrad text? I've heard some are quite bad.
Jul
13
comment Best Materials Science Introduction Book?
anything else like the fas link? that was very clear and concise; in other words, a work I liked very much!
Jul
10
comment Best Materials Science Introduction Book?
at first glance, looks great, I shall read it. Thanks! What would you suggest for a better math foundation behind it? As the mathematical foundation on the same page does not have derivations I believe.
Jul
10
comment Best Materials Science Introduction Book?
Currently I'm going to look at Chaikin and Lubensky / Marder as I believe they each have a small section on neutron scattering. Anything else you would suggest? Slight problem is I believe they both assume a Statistical Mechanics Pre-req, so I'm actually looking at that now
Jul
8
comment Best Materials Science Introduction Book?
Could you elaborate on what else you would suggest? At the moment I'm personally looking for subsurface neutron scattering so that would be best. Is the Chaikin and Lubensky just for condensed matter , as per the name, or solid state as a whole? Also could you suggest a range of books?
Jun
4
comment Relativistic Mass including exponential decay
@DavidZaslavsky I'm thinking you would integrate and have a differential equation for the mass? but it's likely i'm wrong
Jun
3
comment Relativistic Mass including exponential decay
How would you replace the constant m_0 with the variable mass as it decays? Would you ... take the integral or ...?
Apr
13
comment Rear Projection 3d figures?
...would this create the 3d effect?
Apr
12
comment Rear Projection 3d figures?
It... looks 3d and considering the perspectives of the audience I think it's 3d. Can you explain how what you describe would work?
Apr
11
comment 3d holograms - How are they created?
How do you do that? o_o
Apr
10
comment 3d holograms - How are they created?
ok! I'm reading the wiki article. I'm wondering how did they make this person for concerts since it uses a variety of colors and moves pretty fast. Seems like a technology feat to me.