Longitudinal vibrations of a trilinear atomic
molecule (see Goldstein, chapter 6.4)
author : Prof. Volker E.Oberacker, Vanderbilt University
last time edited : December 1, 2010
BRIEF SUMMARY:
We study the small longitudinal vibrations a trilinear atomic
m
Physics 305 - Particle and Continuum Mechanics - Prof. Oberacker
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Rutherford scattering (non-relativistic classical mechanics)
We consider classical Rutherford scattering of two nuclei at non-relativistic energy. In the original
experiment, Rutherford an
Physics 305 - Particle and Continuum Mechanics - Prof. Oberacker
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Scattering from spherical potential well (non-relativistic classical mechanics)
We consider the elastic scattering of two particles with masses m1 and m2 in the center-of-mass
frame with e
Physics 305 - Particle and Continuum Mechanics - Prof. Oberacker
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Numerical solution of Hamiltons equations: relative motion of
two nuclei (Coulomb + nuclear potential)
We consider the relative motion of two nuclei described by the Hamilton function
H(r,
Kepler problem: a numerical study for various eccentricities
Volker Oberacker, Vanderbilt University, Aug. 21, 2012
We study the Kepler problem, i.e. the classical non-relativistic motion of a point particle in
an attractive potential eld of the form
V (r