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I know what is circulation by a mathematical point of view, but in the reality (in the physical world), what is...
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Why others vector fields no are studied like the magnetic and electric fields? In other words, why others vector...
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How do you write out the potential of an ion in a Penning trap? Specifically, how does the inter-ionic Coulomb...
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I don't know how to integrate the Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution without approximation or help from Maple. Given...
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Hi everyone, If you have a horizontal circular motion (with gravity action on the object), what holds the object up...
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For an infinite plane sheet of charge it is obvious that the E-field points directly perpendicular to the sheet. but...
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Is it to identify something (not necessarily very accurately but at all) with sound? Also, i know its possible with...
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There is a book with very briefly theory, showing the essentials for make the exercices of electrodynamics, and also...
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Hello, Can someone explain what's going on in equations 196 and 197:...
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When a circuit is being alimented by AC this means that exist in the circuit a voltage source that is generating the...
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Hello everyone, it's been a while since I've been introduced to Newton's laws for the first time. Yesterday I've been...
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I'm trying solve this scheme: ...
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This is not a homework question. Whilst looking over at previous exam papers on classical physics, I came across...
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So, I'm trying to study phase shift in an unbalanced rotating system (where "phase shift" means the resulting response...
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When a object of mass non insignificant is traveling in space and is sob influence of one gravitational field, the...
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Hello. I've got a question. If we've got a fourie-transformation of charged particle field, ...
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As we all know, if a car happens to be struck by lightning its passengers will probably be safe. The usual explanation...
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This question is a variation on another question I asked recently. Suppose you were in a box made from a perfectly...
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Is possible to associate voltage sources and current sources by a delta scheme or by star scheme?
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Question:- A block of mass 10 kg moving with a velocity of 1 m/s collides with a spring of force constant 1000 N/m....
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I'll assume that we all know of 1st, 2nd and 3rd Class Levers. Years ago I saw a brief remark in a magazine that I...
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Saxon Violence
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I have read that in a charged conductor, all the charge is located at the surface of the conductor and the Electric...
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When: - Vacuum had an absolute mass, relatively limiting expension of all universal matter - Newton's second law...
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Hi, My question is how do do laser interferometers measure distances of more than one wavelength? I know they rely...
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Andy Resnick
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Hi all, Here is the derivation of kinetic energy from Work: W = ∫Fds From the second law of motion F =...
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The equation for this physical model is:
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I'm developing a classical model of a dipolar ion in an external electric field. It consists of two charges...
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How would be the 2nd Kirchhoff's law for this circuit here: ...
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If in a typical complete circuit (RLC) we have a resistor with resistence R, an inductor with inductance L and a...
Jun9-14 08:00 AM
Simon Bridge
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A ideial voltage source has: v = v i = ? R = 0 L = ? C = ? ideal current source: v = ? i = i
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Nick O
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How equate the voltage/current of the associated sources with the voltage/current equivalent? ...
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This is sort of statics, but this came up in my physics class before. You have a plate, supported only in the...
Jun9-14 12:40 AM
Simon Bridge
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I am reading introductory physics from Serway. Where they say if a_r is radial acceleration and a_c is centripetal...
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If invisid flow starts with no vorticity then no vorticity will be produced. This can be understood intuitively: we...
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The concept of a problem is that if rockets continue to jettison fuel, at some point they will get a very small...
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If we know the initial momentum of particles a and b (mass a and b, initial velocity of a and b), is it possible...
Jun8-14 06:14 PM
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All the derivations of the Rayleigh-Jeans 'Law' I've seen assume that the electromagnetic radiation is enclosed in a...
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Jano L.
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If a battery has 6V of voltage, this means that P+ P = 6V or that P P+ = 6V ? Being: P+ = electric potential...
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What's the mechanism behind things like sparks, lightning, St. Elmo's fire, etc.? I've heard two different...
Jun8-14 01:28 PM
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How does friction come about using the four forces?
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