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This JavaScript simulation compares relativistic and Newtonian models that describe the phenomenon of a particle splitting into two new distinct particles. The motion and the split…
Balls in a Box JS Model  [ Computer Program ]
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The Balls in a Box model shows that a system of particles is very sensitive to its initial conditions. In general, an isolated system of many particles that is prepared in a…
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The Relativistic and Classical Particle Collision Comparison JS Model shows a two-particles collision, according to two models: a) a relativistic model and b) a Newtonian model. The…

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