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University of Chicago, James Franck Institute, Undergraduate.

Imperial College London, Centre for Cold Matter, PhD Candidate.

Interests in experimental atomic/molecular physics, statistical mechanics and mathematical physics.

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Dec
7
answered Unrolling electrolytic capacitors
Dec
7
answered Two photons of different frequencies collide to create electron and positron
Dec
7
comment Two photons of different frequencies collide to create electron and positron
One sec, trying to work out.
Dec
7
comment Two photons of different frequencies collide to create electron and positron
Going to be messy either way. You could do what you wanted or you could just use the conversation of energy to do this (use relativistic momentum). Minimum energy for pair production is 1.022 MeV.
Dec
7
comment Two photons of different frequencies collide to create electron and positron
might want to add the tag 'quantum mechanics' and/or 'modern physics'.
Dec
6
comment Why quantum mechanics?
Hey Johnny! Hope all is well. As to your question, I really feel that you can not talk about quantum mechanics in the way you envision while giving your students as solid an understanding when you approach from an experimental view point. I think the closest you could get would be to talk about the problems encountered before quantum mechanics and how quantum mechanics was realized and built after that; this would merely omit information on the experiments, equally unsatisfying. It is a tough question!
Dec
5
comment Does the kinetic theory of gases means gases mix almost instantaneously?
This question is gold hahahahaah
Dec
5
comment Need for a side book for E.Soper`s Classical Theory Of Fields.
Landau, the authoritative source. Good ref DaniH
Dec
5
awarded  Talkative
Dec
4
awarded  Constituent
Dec
3
awarded  Caucus
Nov
30
comment electrostatic potential, analytic properties
ok, the best ive gotten is that $r = 0$ is not finite. I found the general form of the integral, saw it could be written in beta functions. Hypergeometric, all the stuff was imaginary. This is no answer by any means, but I think not. Not confident enough in what I did to post an answer.
Nov
30
comment electrostatic potential, analytic properties
wait, this might be QFT related...?
Nov
30
comment electrostatic potential, analytic properties
hold on, might solve to a hypergeometric. checking now with a cohort of mine. I'll post if I get anything worthwhile
Nov
30
comment electrostatic potential, analytic properties
Let me see if I can't make some plots for this.
Nov
30
comment electrostatic potential, analytic properties
I don't see why this would NOT be finite at $r=0$...
Nov
30
comment Evolution operator for time-dependent Hamiltonian
good job, very enlightening, 1up
Nov
27
comment About Efimov States and Halo-Nuclei
this is excellent, thank you!
Nov
27
accepted About Efimov States and Halo-Nuclei
Nov
27
revised About Efimov States and Halo-Nuclei
I think the 'on wiki' part may turn some folks off. I am very interested in this question, I fear that will turn folks off.