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This naturally leads to yet another SU (3) symmetry, which is actually related to the gauge symmetry of strong interactions, QCD. Further information regarding how to apply online can be found on the How to apply pages For example, consider a hydrogen molecule H2: think of the binding as a tiny spring connecting the two atoms and, when the H2 gas is heated up, some of the kinetic energy is taken by the oscillating pairs of atoms such that the amplitude of oscillation may be large enough to "break" the spring.

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