energy formation

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lasers and bubbles

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Atomic symbol

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Atomic symbol

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Glossy Red Atomic-Nuclear Symbol

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Newtons Cradle

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Computer illustration of electrical discharge.

Mandelbrot set. Fractal geometry is used to derive complex shapes as are often found in nature. Complex patterns are produced by a series of repeated mathematical operations or mappings. Generated on a computer screen, fractals are used to create models for real-world non-linear phenomena. Center coordinates: Real: -0.1673077, Imaginary: 1.0410714, Side Length: 0.001.

Digital illustration of the atomic structure. The nucleus is made up of protons and neutrons, and the orbitals are made up of electrons.

Fractal landscape. Mandelbrot set. Fractal geometry is used to derive complex shapes as are often found in nature. Complex patterns are produced by a series of repeated mathematical operations or mappings. Generated on a computer screen, fractals are used to create models for real-world non-linear phenomena.

Fractal landscape. Mandelbrot set. Fractal geometry is used to derive complex shapes as are often found in nature. Complex patterns are produced by a series of repeated mathematical operations or mappings. Generated on a computer screen, fractals are used to create models for real-world non-linear phenomena.

Fractal landscape. Mandelbrot set. Fractal geometry is used to derive complex shapes as are often found in nature. Complex patterns are produced by a series of repeated mathematical operations or mappings. Generated on a computer screen, fractals are used to create models for real-world non-linear phenomena.

Computer-generated model of a neon atom. The nucleus, at center, is too small to be seen at this scale and is represented by the flash of light. Surrounding the nucleus are the atom's electron orbitals: 1s (small sphere), 2s (large sphere) and 2p (lobed). The 2p orbitals are attenuated for clarity.

Computer-generated model of a neon atom. The nucleus, at center, is too small to be seen at this scale and is represented by the flash of light. Surrounding the nucleus are the atom's electron orbitals: 1s (small sphere), 2s (large sphere) and 2p (lobed). The 2p orbitals are attenuated for clarity.

Computer-generated model of a neon atom. The nucleus, at center, is too small to be seen at this scale and is represented by the flash of light. Surrounding the nucleus are the atom's electron orbitals: 1s (small sphere), 2s (large sphere) and 2p (lobed). The 2p orbitals are attenuated for clarity.

Computer-generated Mandelbrot fractal. The Mandelbrot set is a set of points in the complex plane, the boundary of which forms a fractal.

Computer-generated image derived from a fractal Set. Fractal geometry is used to derive complex shapes as are often found in nature. Complex patterns are produced by a series of repeated mathematical operations or mappings. Generated on a computer screen, fractals are used to create models for real-world non-linear phenomena.

Computer-generated image derived from a fractal Set. Fractal geometry is used to derive complex shapes as are often found in nature. Complex patterns are produced by a series of repeated mathematical operations or mappings. Generated on a computer screen, fractals are used to create models for real-world non-linear phenomena.

Computer-generated image derived from a fractal Set. Fractal geometry is used to derive complex shapes as are often found in nature. Complex patterns are produced by a series of repeated mathematical operations or mappings. Generated on a computer screen, fractals are used to create models for real-world non-linear phenomena.