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Dear all, Intuitively, the probability of finding a trapped particle at a given location x should be proportional...
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In the definiton of magnetic lines of force, we talk about one unit north pole. Why? Path is independent of the pole...
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Hi I read that in an encyclopedia but I don't understand it. "Because the surface of the material is now...
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I was wondering if anyone knows of systems for which the Hamiltonian is not equall to the total energy? This is an...
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I read that charge by induction precedes force of attraction between a charged body and a neutral one. That is, the...
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if you stir a cup of coffee, is the velocity at the centre different from the velocity outside?
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When I started taking driving lessons a long time ago, my teacher told me that when putting the gear into neutral it...
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Hi all, In physics class I recently got the assignment to conduct an experiment. It can be anything I want, as long...
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Can anyonewe suggest an extended essay project for me in physics. I am a grade 11 student in physics and want to do my...
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When something is boiling, like water on a stove, where do the bubbles come from? is it from some sort of chemical...
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Is this effect real? as far as i've seen there has been no tests that would suggest that this can actually occur. It...
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Can anyone explain the physics behind a whirlpool? If I stir water fast enough, why do water molecules have a tendency...
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In explaining capacitance, it is said that a conductor plate when given a charge Q develops voltage V. There is...
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Magnetometer is used to compute the magentic moment of a magnet. In this procedure, we are asked to record the angles...
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Well, I've held an idea for some years now. And the first person that can change my point view, I'll gladly send a...
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Hey, In my physics we derived certain properties of conductors in electrostatic equilibrium using Gauss' law. One...
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A 2.0 m long wire carries a current of 8.2 A and is immersed within a uniform magnetic field B. When this wire lies...
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Protons with momentum 2.210−16 kg*m/s are magnetically steered clockwise in a circular path 1.8 km in diameter at...
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I am trying to understand the so called "butterfly effect". By...
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I see in several physics papers and articles current, current density represented by vectors. But in one book it was...
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why some materials reflect light more than others?
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i was doing some reading on structural mechanics and i stumbled across this example: i don't really get the...
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