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This is related to classical Hamiltonian mechanics. There is something wrong in the following argument but I cannot...
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This is a problem I thought up. If I'm correct as far as I've gone, the answer is rather surprising. A thin but...
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I have come to learn that the Doppler shift equation is asymmetric. That is, the Doppler shift is not the same when...
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We know that the main use of capacitor is to store charge in the form of electric field,and we want it to store as...
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Why do we take Θ=90° for calculation of potential energy
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I know that in the vector potential formulation one can use a scalar Green function (to find the said potential and...
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Hello. I have a question about experiment. You know it. You need beer bottle, water and ping pong ball. You...
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Are these two, wave number and wave mode, same thing? If not, what is the difference? Thanks...
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Greetings, I have two semi-related questions. 1. When making the Lagrangian formalism of electrodynamics, why is...
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Hi guys. I hope this isn't a bad place to post my question, which is: I'm reading some lecture notes on Lagrangian...
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So the formula is F=Gm1m2/r^2. Could you substitute one of the mass values for an energy value since gravity attracts...
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