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Any errors, misprints and comments will be listed here. An atom is the smallest particle of an element that has the properties characterizing that element. Such phenomena are also exemplified by superconductivity (completely resistance-less flow of electricity), a low-temperature property of certain metallic and ceramic materials. The charge density distribution is a description of how electric charge is distributed in the nucleus. In other words in order to carry through this mathematical concept the natural scale of a diagram is set by the power of α it carries.

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