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Charles Link
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Charles Link

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It is mostly the clarity and simplicity that makes for good physics, rather than the complexity and degree of difficulty. Sep 15, 2018

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Viewing thread Confusion in the derivation of the force on a magnetic dipole, Oct 21, 2018 at 10:03 AM
    1. Charles Link
      Charles Link
      It is mostly the clarity and simplicity that makes for good physics, rather than the complexity and degree of difficulty.
    2. Charles Link
      Charles Link
      It's always good to have a good calculation and a good cup of coffee.
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      Charles Link
      It's always fun to have a good calculation.
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Apr 15, 1955 (Age: 63)
    Location:
    Chicago, Illinois
    Occupation:
    Retired
    University:
    B.S. Physics with High Departmental Distinction= University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1977. M.S. Physics UCLA 1979
    Completed Educational Background:
    Master's
    Degree in:
    Physics
    Favorite Area of Science:
    Optics and Spectroscopy
    Currently retired. Worked for 25+ years as a physicist doing electro-optic research at Northrop-Grumman in Rolling Meadows, Illinois. Received B.S. in Physics 1977 from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and graduated with High Departmental Distinction. Received an M.S. in Physics 1979 from UCLA. Areas of specialization include Optics and Spectroscopy and Diffraction theory and also Electromagnetic Theory.
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