I will be happy if I could be the integral solution to every transcendental equation. I will be happier still if I could be the proof of Goldbach's conjecture. But I will be most happy if I could be the graph of Dirichlet's Function.
As for now, however, I am locked in a room with an instant killing device attached to me with my life depending on a mere electron. In short, I am 50% alive and 50% dead.
But, don't forget .... this Cat has a degree in Physics..
AT PRESENT: Working on condensed matter physics. Explicitly on graphene, TMDC-based systems.
You can look at a few questions/answers of mine:
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