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By Klaus Bartschat, K. Bartschat, I.E. McCarthy, R.P. McEachran, D.H Madison, Z. Xixiang

Computational Atomic Physics offers with computational tools for calculating electron (and positron) scattering from atoms and ions, together with elastic scattering, excitation, and ionization tactics. each one bankruptcy is split into summary, concept, machine application with pattern enter and output, precis, urged difficulties, and references. An MS-DOS diskette is integrated, which holds eleven courses protecting the positive factors of every bankruptcy and for that reason contributing to a deeper knowing of the sector. hence the e-book offers a different functional program of complex quantum mechanics.

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That same day, three other students also left the cave. They were going to try to get help, too. They were not so lucky. Day Three: Wednesday, May 14, 1986 Those three students were found about halfway down the mountain. Their bodies were almost frozen. 6˚ F. Their bodies were about 45˚ F. 39 No one wanted to give up hope. The frozen teens were flown to a nearby hospital. Doctors there tried to save them. They slowly warmed the bodies. Despite their best efforts, the doctors could not save them.

The expert climber who spent one night in the ice cave was inside the helicopter. He told the helicopter where to go. The helicopter passed over the area where he thought the ice cave should be. However, they could not find the cave. New snow from the storm had covered it up. Helicopters make a lot of noise. The people inside the helicopter hoped someone inside the cave would hear them. 40 They hoped one of the students or teachers would come out of the cave and wave at them. But no one did. Those still alive inside the cave were too weak to move.

Others in the crevasse were not so fortunate. Three of the climbers died in the crevasse. Four more were very badly hurt. Dead or Alive? People on the mountain rushed to help. They used ropes to pull the survivors up out of the crevasse. The boy 45 helped put the ropes around the hurt climbers still in the crevasse. The ones who were hurt the most were lifted out first. They were cared for there in the snow. Helicopter Crash A helicopter arrived a few hours later. It was there to fly the injured climbers to a hospital.

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