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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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So I know there is an upper cutoff frequency (at least in the microwave band) for a rectangular waveguide. However...
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I PM'ed the admins for the best place to ask this question, but have not heard back so: I would like to hire...
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This has always bugged me, and I don't think that I've ever gotten a satisfactory explanation (even though it's a...
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All right, so, we just went over linear momentum in school, and one thing is confusing me: If I throw something at...
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Hi everybody, I have faced with a problem in my report. The question said that "How can ferromagnetic effect change...
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Hi, I'm doing a question about Boyles law, and I don't understand some of the units they are giving. Initial...
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Today I was outside to get some grass for my rabbit. I took some yellow dandelions too, but as I entered the elevator...
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Dear All I have a problem that can be represented in two different forms. Problem is related to propagation of waves...
Apr13-08 04:31 AM
tiny-tim
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surely \vec{\nabla} \times \vec{B} \neq 0 in general but the work done by magnetic field on any charge is 0 hence is...
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What are electromagnetic waves supposed to look like in 3D? Also, in the vacuum of space, electromagnetic waves...
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Hi, I have this question. If a diode were connected to a circuit with an alternating current and there was a...
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In practice, the suspension system of a car consists of a spring under compression combined with a shock absorber...
Apr12-08 04:10 AM
tiny-tim
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Hi guys, In quantum mechanics, the virial theorem for a system in its ground state is proved by a very nice scaling...
Apr11-08 03:48 PM
luben
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Suppose I have 2 bodies, M1 and M2. Assuming that no other forces are acting on them aside from gravity, what is the...
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According to Bernoulli's law pressure and velocity along a stream line are related to each other. What is the most...
Apr11-08 06:25 AM
Astronuc
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hello all, I got a bit of a problem. I want to calculate the vapor density (kg/ m3 or lbs/ ft3) with the following...
Apr11-08 01:46 AM
timvk
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then that object would vaporize or cause a nuclear explosion. Atoms crashing into an object at the speed of light...
Apr10-08 11:58 PM
Feldoh
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Greetings, Regarding a mass on a spring – I know the classic differential equation is m \frac {dx^2(t)}{dt^2}...
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If two different masses, separated by a spring, are pulled apart, and then the spring is instantaneously release from...
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If a string is attached to a weight and swung around overhead, is the force that creates tension on the string...
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Can somebody please shed a little light on what this formula represents in the physical world? And how could I solve...
Apr9-08 03:20 PM
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it states that in a given volume V surrounded by conductors or for that matter infinity if the charge density \rho and...
Apr9-08 08:02 AM
pam
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Hi, nice to find a physics forum. I had a quick question. I'm a television producer and developer, primarily in...
Apr9-08 07:25 AM
Shooting Star
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An object rolls down a smooth plane (whose angle and length are given) starting from rest. At the end of the plane it...
Apr9-08 05:24 AM
Hootenanny
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I understand very little of aerodynamics. Currently, my high school robotics team is designing a F1 model....
Apr8-08 07:32 PM
russ_watters
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I started having this doubt since i saw the derivation of potential across a capacitor using this method. So.. here i...
Apr8-08 03:12 PM
Shooting Star
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My lecturer has given me this formula for reflective diffraction m landa = d (cos a - cos b) where m is...
Apr8-08 02:11 PM
neu
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Its been 15+ years since I have done any calcs like this and am very rusty, so even just a pointer in the right...
Apr8-08 12:25 PM
Gordianus
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From the 1st law of thermodynamics we have dU = ∂Q+∂W but we also know dU = Tds - pdv , i am confused...
Apr8-08 07:48 AM
Hootenanny
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For electromagnetic field we usually use the Lagrange's density ...
Apr7-08 08:24 AM
sweetser
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Does anyone have an idea about a formula relating the refractive index of a medium to the temperature gradient...
Apr7-08 01:43 AM
Relena
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Anyway ... a long long time ago, my father told me a story how when he was in college, they used to heat water just by...
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Shooting Star
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i understand the reason and steps leading to the equation that relates acceleration in the inertial frame to...
Apr6-08 07:59 PM
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I raised this question in the courseware section and I got only one response. To improve the response, I am repeating...
Apr6-08 06:28 PM
Doc Al
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I'm trying to explain to a coworker some fallacies in a thought problem he came up with that has severely confused him...
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luben
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hi I'm a new poster here.the three body problem fascinates me a lot and was just wondering if there's any book out...
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ive just come across gauge transformations on maxwells equations, and mathematically its all pretty straightforward,...
Apr6-08 01:16 AM
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How does a magnetic field do work on the electrons in a wire? If F = q v x B, the magnetic field is always...
Apr5-08 10:36 PM
Phrak
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Hiya. I'm revising for a classical mechanics first year exam, and the lecture notes on central forces are less then...
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Can an electron's mass and its magnetic moment be measured in the same experiment?
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