I use GeoGebra too. Moreover I have made several science tools to work with in my studies and I am very pleased with the software's abilities. How did you construct the Zeeman splitting apparatus? I would be interested in knowing. Ever thought about including an electromagnetic field? Or adding doublets for more intricate splitting?

The construction of the applet was pretty simple: GeoGebra simply shows the results in a fancy graphical way. All the underlying theory has been worked by hand, with the help of Bransden and Joachain's Physics of atoms and molecules.

So, adding more fields would require a total reconstruction of the whole applet.

I use GeoGebra too. Moreover I have made several science tools to work with in my studies and I am very pleased with the software's abilities. How did you construct the Zeeman splitting apparatus? I would be interested in knowing. Ever thought about including an electromagnetic field? Or adding doublets for more intricate splitting?

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DeleteThe construction of the applet was pretty simple: GeoGebra simply shows the results in a fancy graphical way. All the underlying theory has been worked by hand, with the help of

Bransden and Joachain's Physics of atoms and molecules.So, adding more fields would require a total reconstruction of the whole applet.

Thanks for the information.

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