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Jun
25
answered Is magnitude of velocity same as speed?
Jun
24
answered What is the nature of the state of a 2 particle system?
Jun
20
answered What role does “spontaneously symmetry breaking” played in the “Higgs Mechanism”?
Jun
16
answered Why can't the angular momentum vector be parallel or anti-parallel to the applied magnetic field?
Jun
14
answered Really how can an observable quantity be equal to an operator?
Jun
9
answered Is half-life a statistical average of variable decay times?
May
27
answered How do tracking detectors in particle accelerators create the pretty pictures we see?
May
18
answered Does the statement “waves only transfer energy, not matter” violate $E=mc^2$?
May
7
answered The energy contribution of a frequency at finite temperature
May
4
answered Notation of angular momentum operators vs numbers
May
2
answered Rapidity and the momentum 4-vector
May
1
answered What does it mean for a particle to have spin of 2?
Apr
30
answered Does time really differs drastically?
Apr
28
answered Inertia Vs Momentum
Apr
26
answered What is a body's momentum really equal to?
Apr
23
answered How do I choose the right value of $r$ to find where the electric field is zero?
Apr
19
answered Number of microstates compatible with two boxes
Apr
15
answered Why taking components of a component of a vector is invalid?
Apr
14
answered First-order EM Feynman diagram?
Apr
11
answered Particle physics: Why is J^P called spin parity if J is the total angular momentum?