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- In cl****ical mechanics, anharmonicity is the deviation of a system from being a harmonic oscillator. An oscillator that is not oscillating in harmonic...

- In geometry, the cross-ratio, also called the double ratio and anharmonic ratio, is a number ****ociated with a list of four collinear points, particularly...

- to an anharmonic oscillator; the observation of overtones is only possible because vibrations are anharmonic. Another consequence of anharmonicity is that...

- force, i.e. the light's electric field. But because the electron is in an anharmonic potential energy environment (black curve), the electron motion is not...

- potential is that of a "perturbed simple harmonic oscillator" or ″pure anharmonic oscillator″ having a purely discrete energy spectrum. The fourth type...

- ground state. However, vibrations of real molecules always have some anharmonicity, which causes coupling between different vibrational modes that in turn...

- second approach is based on the relaxation time approach. Due to the anharmonicity within the crystal potential, the phonons in the system are known to...

- of sound is also slightly sensitive, being subject to a second-order anharmonic effect, to the sound amplitude, which means there are non-linear propagation...

- {\displaystyle \mathbb {Z} ^{d}} . Anharmonic Hamiltonians with on-site and multiple-site perturbations were considered...

- redirects here. In another context, a "Morse function" can also mean an anharmonic oscillator see Morse potential. In mathematics, specifically in differential...

- In geometry, the cross-ratio, also called the double ratio and anharmonic ratio, is a number ****ociated with a list of four collinear points, particularly...

- to an anharmonic oscillator; the observation of overtones is only possible because vibrations are anharmonic. Another consequence of anharmonicity is that...

- force, i.e. the light's electric field. But because the electron is in an anharmonic potential energy environment (black curve), the electron motion is not...

- potential is that of a "perturbed simple harmonic oscillator" or ″pure anharmonic oscillator″ having a purely discrete energy spectrum. The fourth type...

- ground state. However, vibrations of real molecules always have some anharmonicity, which causes coupling between different vibrational modes that in turn...

- second approach is based on the relaxation time approach. Due to the anharmonicity within the crystal potential, the phonons in the system are known to...

- of sound is also slightly sensitive, being subject to a second-order anharmonic effect, to the sound amplitude, which means there are non-linear propagation...

- {\displaystyle \mathbb {Z} ^{d}} . Anharmonic Hamiltonians with on-site and multiple-site perturbations were considered...

- redirects here. In another context, a "Morse function" can also mean an anharmonic oscillator see Morse potential. In mathematics, specifically in differential...

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