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John Sefton
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Posted: Thu Jul 06, 2006 6:38 pm    Post subject: Re: Six carbons each sharing two electrons- animated from a new angle.

ma1ibu wrote:
 Quote: http://users.accesscomm.ca/john/ring12.GIF If you look at the above animation closely, you will see that although the pairs of colored spheres representing the electrons cycle smoothly through a complete orbital, which is drawn on two adjoining spheres, the coins which are sweeping out the spheres do a cycle and a half. This is because when two spheres are used, the loops between the two are no longer needed, and each pathway is shortened by 25%. So instead of it taking 64 frames, it only takes 48. Unfortunately, the coins, which are completing their cycle every 32 frames, are half-way through their second go-around. So if you watch real close, you'll see the writing on them flip. I could correct that by doing another 48 frames. John Galaxy Model http://users.accesscomm.ca/john

Or should I do a different angle?
John
John Sefton
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Joined: 06 May 2005
Posts: 143

Posted: Thu Jul 06, 2006 6:31 pm    Post subject: Six carbons each sharing two electrons- animated from a new angle.

http://users.accesscomm.ca/john/ring12.GIF

If you look at the above animation closely, you
will see that although the pairs of colored
spheres representing the electrons cycle
smoothly through a complete orbital, which
is drawn on two adjoining spheres, the coins
which are sweeping out the spheres do a cycle
and a half.
This is because when two spheres are used, the
loops between the two are no longer needed, and
each pathway is shortened by 25%.

So instead of it taking 64 frames, it only takes 48.
Unfortunately, the coins, which are completing
their cycle every 32 frames, are half-way through
their second go-around. So if you
watch real close, you'll see the writing on them
flip.
I could correct that by doing another 48 frames.
John
Galaxy Model
http://users.accesscomm.ca/john

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