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Jul24-14 11:39 AM Greg Bernhardt 
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The aim of this thread is to highlight recent (as in within the past 3 months) noteworthy physics papers that have...
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Photon is the sub-atomic particle that light is made of. The properties of Photon: Mass = 0, Charge = 0, Spin = 1. ...
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At home I have a series of small square fridge magnets (about 25mm by 25mm and about 1mm thick). If I select two of...
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Sorry if this has been answered before, I am very new to this forum. So, if the universe is expanding, how is it...
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The closer to the speed of light something is going the more force it takes to increase it's acceleration in that...
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if the Higgs bosson field is responsible for giving particals mass. and mass and energy are interchangable e=mc^2....
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Mechanical waves (sound, water waves) and EM waves both undergo diffraction. But the actual physical processes...
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What is the Lagrange Mesh method?
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I was suddenly asked this question by a friend... How a 'cats & dogs' rain would affect the velocity of sound...
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I am a high-school student. My Physics's teacher is not good,so I am here. Please anyone explain me "What is volt",...
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Consider the motion of a system composed of a rigid bar and a rigid ring attached to it as is shown in the attached...
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Like water is displaced by a solid object.
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Hi, I was wondering if there was an equation for the flow rate through a straight vertical or angled capillary...
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I have a formula, S*r=1/2*m*r^2*a/r The problem is that it is unlabeled, and I am not 100% sure what this is...
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Hi, I didn't know if this is a homework question it didn't fit any of the template layout. If it is let me know and...
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We have a wave ψ(x,z,t). At t = 0 we can assume the wave to have the solution (and shape) ψ = Q*exp where k =...
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This is probably a problem with semantics. The textbook that I'm using has the title "Current Electricity". The...
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Hi, I just registered and don't know if I opened the post in right place, this is not a homework question, only...
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I want to output a specific wavelength of infrared light, I believe the wavelength was 9.25nm, how hard would that be...
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This may be considered a homework question but it does not fit the template. Please bear with me. For my final...
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For the past week or so, me and a buddie have been trying to figure out how to make a mini-hoverboard kind of this,...
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I'm skeptical about a some things in physics as some things are hard to understand, or I need to see proof to believe...
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As we know there is no charge inside the conductor.(Consider the solid conductor......) All the charge will...
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Does anyone know of any papers describing the interaction between radiation and gas. Specifically Im trying to find...
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Meaning, do you think that life and all its complexities can be explained by mathematics. From consciousness and...
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So I was building a Gaussian gun for physics filming it at 300fps. See video: http://youtu.be/hZcAk3uBp58 While...
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Would it be wrong to describe Capacitance as being the charge stored per unit volt? I have found on the internet...
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Can anyone speak on the spectrum of sunlight reaching the upper atmosphere and the surface ? Specifically I interested...
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Hi all, I'm implementing a computer vision system with a near-infrared laser and a NIR bandpass filter. It shines a...
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Here's the deal: You have an attractive potential like the gravitational one. http://i.imgur.com/E7BL3xi.jpg ...
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I have attached one circuit. I don't know why we consider the rightmost capacitor gets short circuited. And what do...
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Hello everyone! I just had a quick question regarding cathodes and anodes. In chemistry, I know that an anode is a...
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When you are told that V is the voltage at a given point in an electric field and voltage is the difference in...
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Hey Everyone, I am a little confused about some of the values used in the following formula. The process must...
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Hello, I had some questions on escape velocity. The only methods that I have seen on escape velocity involve the...
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I have a question regarding "ohm level" in a heating element in the design of a device designed to vaporize a liquid. ...
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Hello, Wikipedia states: Phase changes, such as melting or evaporation, are also isothermal processes. I am...
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Consider a hypothetical bus drifting along at a uniform speed in the vaccum and a hypothetical insect which crawls...
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Hello all! I've been trying to go from the second to the third equation shown in the image. Here,...
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Hello there, I am an undergrad physics student. Electric sparks are used to ignite fuel. However, why do...
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