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1. Chemistry How should I proceed with the reactions?

The question: How will the first reaction take place for instance? Is CH3S- the nucleophile? Will it be added to the oxygen and the other hydrogen(H+) get attached to the other oxygen, with the double bond shifting to the center(C2-C3)? If this is right then where will CN- will attack?
2. What is a "Torsional Constant"?

I have a bit confusion as I overlooked a few things(my bad): I thought the given angular velocity(ω0) shouldn't change but here as in the solutions I see they're considering ω0 to change with ω = √(C/I) [as ω0= ωβsin(ωt)]! Please explain me a bit here.
3. What is a "Torsional Constant"?

Yes, I agree to this analogy too.
4. What is a "Torsional Constant"?

Since this pendulum is spinning it is coming to rest and then going the opposite way(harmonic motion i mean) so there is some some force in the wire which causes it to accelerate in the opposite direction, and therefore there must be some angular acceleration, right?
5. What is a "Torsional Constant"?

Thanks again! So Cθ = Iα is the equation, and therefore ω^2=C/I.
6. What is a "Torsional Constant"?

Thanks, now I understand it! What are your views on the first equation [ ω=√(C/I) ]? That equation seems familiar to the other ones like ω=√(mgd/I), I'm confused on what exactly C means.
7. What is a "Torsional Constant"?

The question was: I will also include the solution: So, what is the justification of the first formula [ω=√(C/I)]? I know how to derive simple harmonic equations, this one as I guess is probably similar? But I cannot connect as to how C is used exactly. And the second formula [ω'=ωβ], I...
8. Confusion on the distribution of charge

So, can I conclude from this is that the charge will distribute in such a way that there will opposite charge along the patch facing the charge q such that the electric field by it(charge q) will not be expressed inside the conductor/block and the charge on the the other patch of the block will...
9. Confusion on the distribution of charge

I couldn't get what you meant by 'multiplication by constant', is it the net charge (q1+q2) you mean?
10. Confusion on the distribution of charge

No. Until there is some charge in the cavity, I think. Another clarification I wanted to make on the second para, first line(of the main question body): Actually this line has typos in it and I regret for not checking will I was typing it. I wanted to type: "I know the charges induced on the...
11. Confusion on the distribution of charge

The charges are q1,q2 & q. P,Q,O1,O2 refer to positions only. This is a conducting sphere with cavities containing charges. I'm interested in knowing how the charge should be distributed in the sphere. I know the charges induced on the charges of the sphere should be equal and opposite to the...
12. Power of a particle on a wave

Yes, I agree with this
13. Power of a particle on a wave

Yes, at a point the power is zero but over a region the power is zero as energy flux is zero, right?
14. Power of a particle on a wave

But this is not a standing wave, but shouldn't the power be zero across two points? You said power should be zero assuming it as a standing wave
15. Power of a particle on a wave

This is not a standing wave, but I'm confused as you said "if the wave is stationary";there are two types of waves- moving waves and stationary waves, right?