If we take a steel container, fill it completely with water and seal it back (all this at sea-level), and then take it to bottom of sea, what will happen to the container? Will it be crushed? What equation should we use to relate initial and final volume? Kindly help.
Homework Statement
A long round dielectric cylinder is polarized so that the vector P = ar, where 'a' is a +ve constant & 'r' is the distance from the axis.find the space density rho` of bound charge as a function of distance r from the axis.
Homework Equations
Gauss Law.
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I was just thinking about whether it will be possible to utilise the energy transmitted through the radio waves to produce back electricity for a household. Most of the houses in the world are blanketed by radio waves from all directions. Will it be possible to use an antenna...
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Let a spherical shell of radius R be filled with a liquid (full). Now let a small hole of area A be made at the bottom of the shell. Find the time required to empty the shell completely.