A Particle Stability Game

A Particle Stability Game


The Program simulates electrons rotating at high speed around a nucleus. All electrons are attracted to the nucleus via coulomb interaction but are also repelled by the electrons around. After a certain time, the system can settle. The “Variance” value gives an indication on the stability of the system. The aim of the game is to stabilise the system as fast as possible to a variance of less than 0.15. The speed can be increased at will until the electrons are no more visible. Note that this won't help achieving the best time. Visit my Website for more informations: www.kerherve.org/?page_id=627

Keywords:
Gravity, proton, neutron, table of elements, force, mass, einstein, processing, game, particles, stability.
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About A Particle Stability Game
The Program simulates electrons rotating at high speed around a nucleus. All electrons are attracted to the nucleus via coulomb interaction but are also repelled by the electrons around. After a certain time, the system can settle. The “Variance” value gives an indication on the stability of the system. The aim of the game is to stabilise the system as fast as possible to a variance of less than 0.15. The speed can be increased at will until the electrons are no more visible. Note that this won't help achieving the best time. Visit my Website for more informations: www.kerherve.org/?page_id=627

Keywords:
Gravity, proton, neutron, table of elements, force, mass, einstein, processing, game, particles, stability.

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A Google User
Aug 23, 2014
u can't distinguish between orbitals and motion of electron in space is not well defined 3d...
A Google User
Aug 13, 2014
Good
A Google User
Jul 23, 2014
Bad Force close after 20 sec. Android 4.2.2
A Google User
Jun 22, 2014
It's ok just to visualize an atom
A Google User
Jun 7, 2014
Good