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Hi! I'm from a university in China. I'm interested in physics phenomenons and physics theories, even though I am not good at it. I am studying English HARD, besides!!So, Gentleman, Please forgive my chinglish!! :)


Jun
20
comment Can a charged particle pass through a superconductor?
Exactly I know that the movement will change the distribution of the charge inside the superconductor. But I wonder whether the dragging force, which is the consequence of the distribution change, is strong enough to push the particle back. is there a theory to prove it?
Jun
18
comment Can a charged particle pass through a superconductor?
Sorry but maybe you misunderstand my question. I suppose that a free electrical particle fly towards the superconductor and will pass through it. But at the same time, the superconductor will induce some electric field which keep the particle away. As the superconductor has some special propriety, I believe that the particle will never pass through it
Jun
17
comment Can a charged particle pass through a superconductor?
so it depends on some condirtions?i
Jun
17
comment Can a charged particle pass through a superconductor?
@Sachin Shekhar but the electric field is some kind of draging force
Jun
16
comment Can a charged particle pass through a superconductor?
@BMS because the particle can reach the infinite small distance from the superconductor.so is it means that it can induce electric field with infinite strength
Jun
16
asked Can a charged particle pass through a superconductor?
Jun
11
suggested suggested edit on Twin Paradox in case of two twins that don't meet
Jun
10
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Sep
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Sep
6
comment Is there a relation between quantum theory and Fourier analysis?
Dear @RonMaimon, where can I get more information about it?
Sep
6
comment Is there a relation between quantum theory and Fourier analysis?
Thanks @DavidZaslavsky for your good suggestion. I think I should have studied the FAQ first. But I still wonder the key to this question, not just meaning "How do you think this".
Sep
6
asked Is there a relation between quantum theory and Fourier analysis?