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This question is about push bikes, but could be applied to anything with a versatile engine and a gearing mechanism. ...
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Initially the pings from Malaysian airlines flight MH370 could only determine the distance of the aircraft from the...
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I was solving a static electricity/electric field problem and I came across with one saying earth has an electric...
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I am aware that when charged particles accelerate or decelerate, the particle will emit a certain amount of radiation....
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What is the smallest amount of electricity (volts, amps?) required in order to create a magnet capable of spinning a...
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Both of these represent waves moving in the $+x$ direction. I have seen both used in Howard Georgi's book on waves and...
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My question is simple: Why do batteries need electrolytes? Wouldn't the battery need the charge to flow only through...
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I read that Jones matrices can descibe optical devices with polarized light. They are 2 by 2 matrices.A basis can be...
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I have tried to search everywhere, but cannot find answer to this: does anyone know if there is a table etc. of what...
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Yeah sure, change in speed of light as it travels from one medium to another. But why does it affect the path? I mean,...
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Let's say I have a magnetic ball within a solenoid that has current passing through it. How would I calculate the...
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So I'm not OK with how some people derive this equation. These people consider a pipe whose endings have...
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how much energy is gained by an electron in a battery?
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I saw an example of a hypothetical EM wave that had constant E and B fields. Is that possible? How would it be...
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When a wire has current I in a magnetic field B, there is the Lorentz force is it considered a conservative force or...
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I need to find the correct voltage to apply to a wire grid in order to repel a plasma of which I know the density...
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Hello everybody ,A friend of mine told me that best way (The most accurate) to do this is grating diffraction...
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I was just wondering how the kinetic energy in, for example, a car undergoing circular motion is constant. We know...
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Can someone help me see why the partition function is constant under adiabatic changes? S=const. entropy...
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Hello everyone , I googled for it but nothing came up, Where can I find that? Thanks in Advance ,
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Hi! How shall I correctly describe the velocity, as function of time, for an object put in a stream of e.g. water?...
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My professor, in his handout (picture below), says the following about this diagram : I disagree with him...
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Hi everybody ,Why arrangement of colors in higher order of diffraction is different from order 1 , 2 ? Thanks
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I've been wonder something about coriolis force. Well... when we consider motion of projectile on earth, we have to...
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