atomic number 24


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n atomic number 24 a hard brittle multivalent metallic element; resistant to corrosion and tarnishing
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In science:

In analogy with the striking demonstrations of collective vortex phenomena in atom BEC, a number of proposals and theoretical investigations considered means for the formation of vortex lattices in polariton condensates, both in the scalar [22–25] and spinor condensate case [23, 24].
Spontaneous self-ordered states of vortex-antivortex pairs in a Polariton Condensate
Recent numerical studies [2–4] have shown that the ionization threshold of Rydberg Alkali atoms in a linearly polarized monochromatic microwave field with frequency ω agrees well with that of Hydogen atoms for high initial quantum number n0 (n0 ≥ ω−1/3 ) but strongly deviates from it for low n0 .
A Proposed Interpretation of Microwave Ionization of Rydberg Alkali Atoms
As a first gush of results, take for example the sum in Equ.(24) and introduce 0=(2+2+5)+(2+2+5) where the numbers in the parenthesis is the sum of the digits of the total number of hydrogen atoms in Račocević’s primary superclass PSC.
A taylor-made arithmetic model of the genetic code and applications
Figure 24: The Curie–temperature TC (M (Tc ) = 0) as a function of number of cluster atoms.
Magnetic Nanostructures