Mark R A Shegelski

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We consider the motion of a cylinder with the same mass and size as a curling rock, but with a very different contact geometry. Whereas the contact area of a curling rock is a thin annulus having a radius of 6.25 cm and width of about 4 mm, the contact area of the cylinder investigated takes the form of several linear segments regularly spaced around the(More)
We report a new method that gives atomic resolution in the reconstruction of simulated holograms in theoretical low energy electron point source (LEEPS) microscopy, and that uses a screen size that is commensurate with screen sizes used in experimental LEEPS. The method exploits the spherical symmetry in the electron waves emerging from the source. We(More)
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