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If light is a particle then it should definitely make sonic booms.but i did not find them even by keeping my er on...
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β = 1/T from the equation, T increase ,β should decrease. But refer to graph,...
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Feynman_Lectures_on_Physics_Volume_1_Chapter_11 In paragraph 11-6 he says that the tangent acceleration is the...
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Hey, I have got some guestions, when I philosophized with me friends... We have classic gravitational constant, say...
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Also, if a particle is travelling through a uniform electric field, does anything change as it leaves the field if the...
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Suppose I have a picture of a flame, or some other blackish-body like emitter, and I can see that the RGB value of a...
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Hi, on page 63 of David J. Griffiths' "Introduction to Electrodynamics" he calculates the electric field at a point...
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An inventor proposes to make a heat engine using water/ice as the working substance inside a cylindrical piston and...
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Both arrows have the same angles http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/337/drawingz.png/ How can I find the net force...
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Hello Forum, If a bike is negotiation a curve, the static friction force will supply the centripetal force F_c. If...
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