I am new to non linear dynamics, I am reading some papers and there are terms that I am finding every which I still have no idea about their meaning. What is:
1. Inhibitory coupling
2. An attractor
Any explanation or reference is warmly welcome
Thanks
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I am a physics student and I am trying to set up a microscale chemical experiment that involves Sulfuric Acid, Feroin, Molonic Acid, Sodium Bromade and water. I want to study the physical behavior of this reaction as I change the concentration of different components such as Sulfuric...
Thank you very much. I calculated
[P,V(x)]in x-basis and I found a cosine function. Hence the momentum is not always conserved and hence is conserved at certain values of x.
When I was learning translational symmetry I saw that for translation invariance, i.e
[T,H]=0
the momentum P needs to be conserved
[P,H]=0.
This momentum is actually the generator of small translations defined as
T:x→x+ε.
Now, I was solving some problems and I met one which is...
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There is a lottery where in every 100 tickets 10 of them must win. Now, me and my friends want to try. We are 6 and we wish to play such that at least 3 of us win. Can anyone help me and tell me what is the probability that this happen?
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Thanks for your explanation. But now, let's take a physical example: "LIGHT". I've been reading that Light Polarization would help in the understanding of pure and mixed state. Suppose I have a beam of light which can be polarized or not. As I read, a polarized light (photon) is a pure state...
In quantum mechanics, regarding light (photon), how to tell that a wavefunction is in a pure state or mixed state?
I am learning these stuffs for my first time.
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I agree that not everything but frankly, almost anything. I was just referring to engineering. Of course a physicist can work in medicine. Find out what radiologists do or what is medical physics.
Long time performance and innovation for his firm.
Compare the percentage of unemployed lawyers...
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Although not directly, Physics can do everything, that's right. The main skill that physicists have is that they understand many things faster than anyone else. I bet that if you are a BSc in physics and you want to get into robotics, six months of training in robotics are good enough and you're...
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What kind of job (career) that someone with PhD in Physics (Microfluidics) can handle?
I am interested in that field and i would like to know what kind of jobs i can do after i finish my PhD (Apart from post-doc).
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I am a physics graduate student from Africa and I want to apply for post graduate studies in US universities. However, I facing a problem of application fee everywhere except PennState University which request for application fee when you've been admitted.
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Vanadium 50, thank you very much for your comments, very helpful and clear. Can you please tell me more about that "FIVE PARAGRAPHS ESSAY". I've never heard it before. Please, give me a link if you have any.
ok now i got ur point. My main goal is to become a professor in physics of matter such that i can introduce a physics PhD granting program in my country.
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How can one calculate the boiling of a liquid at a pressure different from standard temperature?
Am trying to do it using the ideal gas equation,
(PV)/T=(P'V')/T'
Where P is the STP, V is 22.4l, T= boiling point at STP, P'= new pressure, V' is the new volume and T' is to be found. But is...
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I am learning superconductivity for the first time. As i saw, the supercurrent of some material is governed mainly by electron pair!
Now my question raises here, how do those electron pairs form? What are their features compared to single electrons?
Here is what i guess: "at very...
For sure computer engineers are very sought but once a physicist has gotten a job, he is more payed than a computer engineer. Furthermore, physicists are most respected in society and are open for different careers!
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That force is a gravitational one. I hope you realized the inverse square proportionality which means that the force dies as the distance between two magnets poles are far away!
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Alright, you can use any method to solve that ODE.
Remember your initial conditions that at point (-5,5), its speed is 0.
Actually if you are allowed to use matlab, it would be very easy!
Good luck then!
Use the Biot-Savart law (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biot_savart) or Ampere's law (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ampere_law) to express the magnetic field as fuction of distance, you will find that the magnetic field is inversely proportional to distance.
To find the magnetic force, you will...
By the definition, the electric potential, as the energy required to bring a point charge from point B to point A, is given by the negative integral of E over the distance dr from B to A. That is,
\int^{B}_{A}Edr
Just try to apply this on your case where A and B are different positions of the ends.
I worked it on separate paper because i could not write it properly using this Latex codes. Please refer to attached its pdf file .
Just let me know if you still have any question.
Here is the latex version
Here is my attempt:
As the mass is slide on a frictionless curve, i can use...
If am getting your point, your task is to find the equation of the motion of a particle on a smooth curve.
Just try to use the Lagrangian.
But you should first show us how far you have tried!
Good luck
If am getting your point, your task is to find the equation of the motion of a particle on a smooth curve.
Just try to use the Lagrangian.
But you should first show us how far you have tried!
Good luck
Nice answer Borek! I appreciate it.
But what if we assume noble gases such He and Neon or even natural air to be ideal (as we do always), can these be used in refrigerators?
I read somewhere that a special fluid, called hydrofluorocarbon, is used in refrigerator. It carries hot temperature from the refrigerator and put it out. They says that it has a low specific heat capacity and low liquid/gas transition point (room temperature).
Now my question is why ideal gas...