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on: January 30, 2012, 11:00:14 pm » posted from:LONDON,ENGLAND,UNITED KINGDOM

This is a modification of balls in box simulation.
There are 10 articles,
The mass of each particle can be changed with slider.
 Change the id (from 0-9) by the left slider, then modify it's mass by right slider. m , i=0-9

 You can drop particle to other position--change initial condition.
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