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of the atoms at the same time in the second tab, as it’s a powerful laser. When the laser is done, the screen will show a message at the bottom



 

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In the first tab, you can only pick one of the atoms and fire photons at it, but it won’t be strong enough to be of use. You can “sparkle” all of the atoms at the same time in the second tab, as it’s a powerful laser. When the laser is done, the screen will show a message at the bottom stating that you have successfully created a laser. Another table to try! In this table, you can toggle the instructions between text and visual mode, which means you can either see the lasers or read the instructions. If you’re ever interested in learning physics, you’re sure to be interested in simulations such as this one. The first thing you’ll notice is that you only have three lamps at your disposal. You’ll soon notice the lasers in the table and in the first tab of the simulation, so you have to use your best judgement on whether you want to sparkle all of the atoms at once or just one. The second thing to notice is that you can’t place the lamps anywhere. You have to create them inside the borders, and you have to have the diameter of your creation to be the maximum size. If you do this, then your table should fill up just a bit. Once you have a table, you can select it, move it anywhere you like, and fire photons at it. Once you hit the button to sparkle all of the atoms, you have to wait for the new lasers to start coming out. And in order to bring more of them out, you have to keep triggering the buttons. Good luck! You will first start with an atom at the bottom-left corner of your table, and then it will slowly go up to the top-right corner of your screen. If you don’t like the idea of having such a small table, you can always create a larger table, but be careful that you don’t exceed the maximum dimensions in your simulator. Arrows, magnets, and lasers In order to create a table, you need to have a container with two mirrors. Each mirror can reflect any photons and send them back, thus triggering a new one to come out. As you can see from the animation above, you can also control the size of the lasers through this program. If you don’t have two mirrors, you can always create a laser by firing a




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