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dc.contributor.advisorTobochnik, Jan, 1953-
dc.contributor.authorStrand, Tyson
dc.descriptioniii, 47 p.en_US
dc.description.abstractThe intent of this paper is to express the significance, methods, and results of our research on computer simulations of various physical phenomena, while concurrently providing enough background information. The paper is divided into three sections, I) Introduction, 11) Spinodal decomposition of a binary alloy, and III) Phospholipids. The introduction offers a brief description of the two general physical situations which we intend to study and why computer simulations are useful in the examination of these situations, as well as a discussion of some of the computer simulation techniques which are common to all of our investigations. Sections II) and III) describe the.methods and results of each of our respective simulations.en_US
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dc.titleComputer Simulations of Binary Alloys and Phospholipid Phase Transitionsen_US
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