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Si(111) Surface 7×7 Reconstruction | Yan Liang
The Si(111) 7×7 reconstruction was one of the most intriguing problems in surface science. It took surface scientists over 25 years to determine its structure. This 4-minute long animation tries to help the viewers understand and enjoy the beauty of this complicated surface structure.
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From Milk to Yogurt | Yan Liang
A beautiful animation depicting how changing acidity conditions due to the presence of yogurt bacteria can affect the protein and fatty components of milk and induce formation of yogurt. » View the animation