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 Miscellaneous java applications Atomic orbitals visitors can use this interactive Java tutorial to observe how combinations of atomic orbitals combine to create an electronic "shell" surrounding the atom Bragg's Law and Diffraction How waves reveal the atomic structure of crystals Brownian motion demonstrates Brownian motion Brownian motion Brownian motion explained Brownian motion Brownian motion for gas molecules Brownian motion Brownian motion Brownian motion for gas molecules, This applet demonstrates Brownian motion. the big particle can be considered as a dust particle while the smaller particles can be considered as molecules of a gas, Educypedia Buzzer Cyclotron visualize how a cyclotron accelerator works Damped oscillatory motion you need to download the java applet Electron excitation and emission this tutorial explores how photon energy is absorbed by an electron to elevate it into a higher energy level Fluoroscope to "see" through the hand using x-rays Fourier synthesis How can we see the structure of atom? Lissajous figures two oscillations one along the x axis and the other along the y axis when added result in a two dimensional motion. The path traced is known as Lissajous figures Lock Learn how to use the gates and valves of a lock in order to guide your riverboat safely down the canal Microwave oven Microwave oven animation Oscillating 3D crystal this applet shows the vibration of an an harmonic localized mode in a fcc structure diatomic crystal. Such modes can exist only due to nonlinearity in the interatomic interaction, Educypedia States of Matter compares the structural differences between the solid, liquid and gaseous states of water The atom Water molecule in a microwave Field 12345 Home | Site Map | Email: support[at]karadimov.info Last updated on: 2011-01-02 | Copyright © 2011-2021 Educypedia.