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Hi dear Forumers, I 've run into a little thermodynamic problem: There is a closed vessel, containing a given...
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I understand how an LC circuit oscillates and radio waves are a result. I also understand that any light from the...
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Another noobish question: Let's say there is an electromagnetic wave of constant wavelength and constant peak...
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Hello, (I'm not fluently in english, sorry if it's not a pure english) I use FEMM software for caculate energy....
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As i know there are several diffrent way to derive the canonical equations. Some of them starts from a physical...
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If you were to amplitude modulate a laser such the helium-neon with a microwave signal for instance at 10 GHz, and if...
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Basically what the title asks. I understand that there are four known forces, three of which have been unified, the...
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First off I would like to say that this is not a homework question. I am trying to calculate the temperature of a...
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