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Nov
18
awarded  Taxonomist
Oct
19
answered Dexcitation/Excitation of $e^-$ in Bohr Model
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Aug
16
comment Force applied to an inclined plane
yes you are right
Aug
13
answered Post Problem Analysis - Rod in a cylindrical time varying magnetic field?
Aug
13
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why does a cuboid spin stably around two axes but not the third?
Aug
13
answered Force applied to an inclined plane
Jul
27
awarded  Yearling
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
24
comment Where is the “event horizon” on a basketball hoop?
@fibonatic, nice one there! You could do the same with a basketball in a single bounce off the rim, but as I said, it will require a high enough rotational speed
Jun
3
answered Travel time for accelerating object
Jun
3
comment Travel time for accelerating object
@Joshua , the area of trapezoid wont be a simple function but a combination of different functions in different ranges. In the end you will end up following the same procedure described above, which is a perfectly acceptable way to solve such problems
May
27
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What are magnetic field lines?
Apr
29
comment Optimal slit width in Young's double slit experiment
How far apart were the pinholes/slits ? and what equipment did you use to make them, what kind of film etc.? Also could you post pictures, although that's not really necessary
Apr
21
asked Problem in the Ladder paradox in relativity?
Apr
7
comment Why can two (or more) electric field lines never cross?
If I had a penny for every time this question was asked on this site (not directly, so I don't think this could be a duplicate)
Mar
28
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Two vehicles moving in a line with different accelerations
Mar
25
comment Simultaneous Charging and Discharging Capacitor
You have got the concept of a capacitor horribly wrong. A capacitor in the very basic sense is two conducting plates placed parallel to and not touching each other. When you apply a potential difference across these plates, charge accumulates on them and the capacitor gets charged.
Mar
24
comment How do I see things of the bright room, being in the dark room?
Great 10 second video by minutephysics, related to you question: youtube.com/watch?v=VvqbjUtt3mM
Mar
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How clean will first generation fusion reactors be compared to fission reactors?