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Hey! I stumbled across this problem while reading Wald's "General Relativity", but it belongs to Electrodynamics....
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Hi, If I have a magnetic field orientated in the x-direction, a dipole positioned on the z-axis how do I find which...
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Many runners twist in their upper body while they run. You can see this by watching the logo on their tee-shirt move...
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I read in this weeks Time (or maybe it was Newsweek) a statement that I have heard numerous times over the years and...
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When I shine two different lights at a single spot on a white screen, say, yellow and blue, they both hit the spot and...
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for the adiabatic expansion of a gas, why is the temperature drop smaller for a real gas , vs a bigger drop for an...
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why does a body has inertia and from where does it get that inertia,theoretical explanation will suffice?
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I know what they are Mathematically and their definitions but looking at them from an intuitive way as a property of...
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What are some currently unresolved problem in thermodynamics? Thanks
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Is this following correct? : When you push a crate along the floor at a constant velocity for a long time, you get...
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A spinning top has angular momentum that creates a force that keeps it from falling over, and it precesses. Mass in...
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Good afternoon, I've tried to find a simplified model for the dynamic forces acting on a rolling wheel, but have...
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For an ideal gas, PVK=C, where C is some constant and K is the ratio of the specific heats. K is obviously the same in...
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Hi all. I was working on a circuit question with inductors and I then had a question. Lets say we have a simple...
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From Drude model. plasma frequency of gold can be calculated using following parameters Nau 5.90 1022 := me 9.1095...
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So every mountain biker or motocross rider knows to never grab the front brake in the air. When you do the front end...
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suppose that i have a piece of magnet close to a piece of diamagnetic material the piece of diamagnetic material is...
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What happens to gas temperature in different parts of closed chamber (let's say for arguments sake, a closed cylinder...
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So, am I understanding this correctly? The movement of electrons is the fundamental interaction of all that we...
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I have spent lot of time trying to understand scattering from Goldstein but in vain. The general equation of an orbit...
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The phase space trajectories of an autonomous system of equations don't intersect. Can this be proved...
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Hello, I know this seems silly to ask, but how could I figure out how much heat was given off when I know the force...
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Hello everyone, first time poster. A fairly basic question: What is the mechanism by which synchrotrons produce...
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Is it possible to find the distance covered in a certain time when acceleration depends on velocity, such as an...
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So I built a little homemade CD/cardboard box spectrometer just for fun, but a weird thing happens with it. I keep...
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There is patent which describes new type of something similar to capacitor based on quantum effects....
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