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revised Deriving Ampère's Circuital Law from Ampère's Force Law?
added link to Ampère's work
Apr
14
revised How does one measure the power factor?
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Apr
14
comment How does one measure the power factor?
This, this, and this question there seem to answer my question here.
Apr
14
comment How does one measure the power factor?
@hft Yes, they may be able to answer better. thank you
Apr
14
asked How does one measure the power factor?
Apr
1
answered Before Einstein came up with General Relativity, were there serious reasons to doubt Newton's theory?
Mar
15
revised Quantum computer simulators
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Mar
14
answered Quantum computer simulators
Mar
14
asked Quantum computer simulators
Mar
14
revised Why is the change in entropy for a given energy input dependent on the temperature?
fixed the grammar of the title
Mar
14
suggested approved edit on Why is the change in entropy for a given energy input dependent on the temperature?
Feb
21
comment Did Don Borghi's experiment show that neutrons can be synthesized purely from protons and electrons?
@ACuriousMind: By "What did this experiment really show?" I mean: "Did Borghi's experiment show that neutrons can be synthesized purely from protons and electrons?"
Feb
21
revised Did Don Borghi's experiment show that neutrons can be synthesized purely from protons and electrons?
clarified the main question; expounded the title; added abstract of Borghi et al.
Feb
21
revised Did Don Borghi's experiment show that neutrons can be synthesized purely from protons and electrons?
clarified the main question
Feb
21
asked Did Don Borghi's experiment show that neutrons can be synthesized purely from protons and electrons?
Feb
16
comment Theory behind patterns formed on Chladni plates?
@GregGraviton Wow, I didn't know Ritz made such huge contributions in solving variational problems. thanks for sharing that article
Feb
9
comment Is Fourier's law of conduction a consequence of the second principle?
Is Principles of General Thermodynamics better than Callen's Thermodynamics and an Introduction to Thermostatistics?
Feb
7
comment Is Fourier's law of conduction a consequence of the second principle?
@NikosM. Where exactly is Principles of General Thernmodynamics online? Could you please provide a link? thank you
Feb
2
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Jan
28
comment How did Kepler formulate his second law from data?
"provided by"… or "stolen from" Tycho…