We now electrons do tunnel and for example FE happens because of this.
However, is it true to scale up this effect for non-subatomic particles? For example, is it OK to say, if you are behind a wall and hit yourself to the wall, there is a chance that you might Tunnel and see yourself on...
Thanks. Since, I do not have access to the device anymore, and I could not find the current level on their website, I am wondering if anyone is familiar with this question or has any idea about it?
Thanks you for your help.
I want to solve this integral without using series expansion. The answer should be in a closed form. I wonder if this is possible?
The Attempt at a Solution
I used numerical methods and was able to solve it numerically for a given...
I was curious about the role of waves in the % of oxygen present in the water. Specifically, between moving waters and still waters.
So, suppose waves do not exist in oceans. Does it affect the livings under water? (you said wave mix oxygen with water and increase the %).
Thanks. Ok, I also know that the 1st ionization energy of nitrogen is higher than oxygen.
So knowing this, can I argue what I said in my 1st post that since the ionization energy is higher for nitrogen, compared to oxygen, can...
Suppose there are two plasma cases, conditions are the same, except for the gases present:
Since the dissociation energy of nitrogen is higher than oxygen, what could be concluded from it? Could it be more energetic nitrogen ions than oxygen ions (because initially...
I wonder if there's any difference between the "impedance matching" and "maximum power transfer" criterion?
I assume in both cases, one impedance should be designed to be the complex conjugate of the other.
I have a forest of carbon nanotubes. They are vertically aligned, like this picture:
I wonder if it is possible to get Raman spectra from the
b) about 50nm from below the surface
of the nanotubes?
As far as I know, Raman spectroscopy is a surface analyzing...
The following setup is related to the previous bubbler. Suppose that water vapour, from the left side, is purged inside a tube where the temperature is around 800 deg C. A reaction is happening in the middle of the tube. The water vaopur will arrive on top of the reaction boat and at...
So I assume evaporation is just a change in the physical properties of the water and does not break the H2O molecules.
In order to break the bonds of the molecule, a source of energy (eg. heat) is exerted to the water vapor and that breaks the H2O molecules to H2 and O2. This process is takes...
Thanks. So the output is 'humidified Ar gas'? Is it some kind of physical or chemical process? I wonder what happens to H2O molecules? Are they carried by Ar as H2O or they split to H2 and O? If they remain H2O, can they be split to H2 and O later and under high temperature - like more than 700 C?
This technique is used to add water (in gas phase) along with the Ar gas to the process. As you can see in the figure, the Ar gas enters the container (they call it bubbler, but it is just a container of water) from the left side and then after mixing with water, the output goes to the...
Thank you. ok.
Consider an Ar cylinder as the source. A pipe is connected to the Ar source. The other end of the pipe is inside a container which is filled with distilled water. Ar gas enters (purges) inside the water. Because of that, bubbles are formed inside the water container. Bubbles go up...
I am sorry if my background is not good.
Is it right to say photons produce laser, and electrons are the origin of x-ray?
If so, the absorption spectrum for these two is different for a given material?
This seems to be a very simple (stupid) question:
If an inert gas is purged inside a distilled water container, bubbles are formed on the surface. The question is what are the constituents of those bubbles? and those constituents seems to be formed during a physical process, not a chemical...