I am looking into some new physics and had the following question come up: You have a neutral gas of let's say, CO atoms at 1 nanoTorr. An electron(s) comes passing through the gas ionizing only 1% ...
why it is said that the mach number of noble gases should be less than 0.1 in order to avoid non linear effects?
while reading about the construction of thermoacoustic refrigeration i read that the mach number of the noble gases should be less than 0.1 to avoid non linear effects. what is the science behind ...
I am getting something like this T (C) = Constant*log(Frequency) I do not have background of physics and I am wondering, if there is any formula which can explain the physics behind it? Something ...