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Could everyone tell me how to calculate YAG/Al2O3 crystal saturating vaporization pressure? P=P*exp(-delt(H)/RT),but...
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I started working on statistical physics for only a few days and it maybe quiet elemantary, how can i write the...
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Hi. I understand that Zernike was a physicist and that he did some work in optics, and am also aware of the Zernike...
May27-08 08:57 AM
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If I use a narrow slit (e.g. two fingers) to view a distant streetlight, I can see an interference pattern parallel to...
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Andy Resnick
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Can anyone tell me if Internal\ Energy + Pressure * Volume equals heat, total energy, energy in transit? What if...
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Suppose we have a ball made of linear dielectric with permittivity \epsilon, with some initial homogenous polarization...
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Hey all, I was wondering about a varied version of something. I know that if you run a magnet up and down a tightly...
May27-08 12:27 AM
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How do I work out the rate of heat transfer between different states of matter? Say for example I wanted to calculate...
May26-08 10:23 PM
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My thinking must be faulty somewhere, but I can't work out whats gonig on... The equation Tds = du + pdv and ...
May26-08 04:48 PM
Mapes
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I was wondering how to do the math for a bullet hitting some body armor. Would you just divide the original force...
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Hello forum friends, I have stumbled upon the fallowing heat conduction problem: Consider a heat source of...
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Hi guys I have some questions about electrostatics, and I hope you can help me. Here they are: 1) Please take a...
May26-08 06:41 AM
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Hey I am trying to figure out how to use the right hand rule when magnetic force points downward. I comprehend what...
May25-08 11:16 PM
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Hi, this question might seem really basic but I can't seem to wrap my head around it. For a DC generator (like the...
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I am trying to include salt water in my Rube Goldberg project. Instead of the wires that connect a motor simply being...
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I recently ran across an experiment which I needed to explain because it appeared to violate energy conservation. ...
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Flux = Int B dA Why isn't this written as a double integral when we antidifferentiate over an areal?
May24-08 06:38 AM
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A few friends and I built a wave "machine." It's made by laying out brass "rods" about a foot long next to each other...
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Take a look at this little web-progarm...
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I'm trying to write a Library entry on Reaction Force, and I've discovered I can't answer this very simple question....
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I know how to compute it and how to use it in equations. I do not understand what is physically happening however....
May23-08 03:35 AM
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hi, im just assumin this is the right place for bernoulli stuff pressure 1 and 2 are both static pressures, and the...
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Hello, i would like to simulate an ideal gas flow in a cube...the cube consists of small cubes lined next to each...
May22-08 04:35 PM
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Hello. I'm having a bit of a problem. I need to calculate a change in rotational velocity on a rigid object given a...
May22-08 02:26 PM
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We have the left-hand (motor) rule. We know exactly what happens when we run a current in a magnetic field. Its...
May22-08 10:02 AM
Shooting Star
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I am a coach for athletes in various sports and have a problem that I can't figure out, but I'm hoping will be easy...
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Do the molecules of a gas move randomly when they aren't colliding, or is it only when they have elastic collisions...
May21-08 02:21 PM
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I'm trying to calculate the attractive force between two Water Molecules under the effect of an Electric field and I'm...
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Hello everyone, new guy here. I'd like some other minds on an on-going debate i have with quite a few people....
May21-08 06:28 AM
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Consider two point mass particles m1 m2 (with m1 different from m2) initially stationary relative to each other a...
May21-08 04:55 AM
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Hi, I am looking for method to calculate a surface and bulk polarization of parallelepiped. there are relatively...
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Many wiki articles contained horrible mistakes for many years until just a few days ago when I started to edit them....
May20-08 08:40 PM
Count Iblis
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How would I go about the following: A set of forces are pushing an object in a circle. These forces are recorded...
May20-08 03:43 AM
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Hi! I have been working on a rigid body subject quite a long. But till now there is an unresolved question for me....
May19-08 04:58 PM
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Red light mixed with green light produces yellow light. Yet, a red photon and a green photon don't combine to make a...
May19-08 03:31 PM
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Hey guys (and girls?) I'm new here, just registered, because I have a problem that my textbooks or google can't...
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Dear forum, I'm looking for ebook version of - "Electricity and Magnetism, Vol. II, Berkeley Physics course"...
May19-08 05:34 AM
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Why does the charge on a conductor accumulate at sharp points? I've read one or two explanations, but I don't follow...
May18-08 11:33 PM
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Hi, As I understand it, the potential of a charged conductor is the work done in bringing a unit positive charge...
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