Charts/Graphics

These are just some cool charts that I found. Note: I do not make or own any of these. They are simply ones I found online. If you want to see the ones I made, go to the graphics page.

map
This is just a cool map of different fields of physics online. I think it looks nice and simplistic and fun 🙂 You can watch the nice Youtube video on it here and buy the poster and other merchandise with it here!
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This periodic table of finite elements represents different spaces of finite elements that arise from operators in vector calculus. To be honest, I do not know much about this but I still think it looks awesome so you should click on it to learn more.
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Perhaps one of the greatest achievements and collaboration in all of mathematics, the classification of finite simple groups describes the most fundamental groups in group theory from which all other groups can be formed. The proof of this classification spans 10,000 pages and was done by about 100 authors. The above is one representation of all these groups and clicking on the picture will take you to a link explaining a little bit more about it.
particles
The universe’s fundamental particles along with information about their properties and related particles.
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Representation of two traveling particles’ position (top) and momentum (bottom) wavefunctions and probability densities.
Venn diagram of some major computational complexity classes.
Computational complexity class diagram. A mapping of the different classes of problems in computers science and relationships between them. There are some that are missing due to the fact that their relation to the others are simply unknown like BQP (quantum algorithms).
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The nuclide chart basically shows the stability of various isotopes before they go through decay. An interesting way to look at the nature of nuclear stability. It is used a lot in nuclear physics and can give a lot of insight into the nature of isotopes.
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Chart of nuclear binding energies for higher atomic numbers. Gives insight into the processes of nuclear fission and fusion. Refer to the previous article on this topic: Strong Force and Nuclear Binding Energies
Graph showing the different states of matter and the location of phase transitions. A cool insight into the relationships between the different states.