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Question on Magnetic polarization Is it possible to hear/record the sound created by the shifting of the alignment...
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If F denotes the central force and is given as the inverse of the square distance F=-k/r^2. where k>0. How can i show...
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An infinite string with linear charge density \lambda is put parallel to the axis of an infinite conducting grounded...
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Let us consider a lift which is moving with a constant acceleration with a man inside. Now we know that the man...
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1. Feynman says all of electromagnetism follows from Maxwell equations. 2. Somebody (Pointing to a Feynman diagram of...
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I have read that hot gases flow better than cold gases. Why is this so? Less dense? Any good readings on it. I...
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Are "direction of force" and "plane of application" valid concepts in mechanical physics, or are these terms I've made...
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Let us charge a capacitor and disconnect it from the battery. Let the capacitance, charge and voltage of the...
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