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Hey Stalkers!


I am Saharsh. A high school science student living in Gandhinagar. My basic interest includes Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Computer Science.

These are my academic fields and I am here for helping others over their questions and of course also for seeking some help from my side. If you think I can help you on any issue then please feel free to contact me. I am always right here on stackexchange! :)


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awarded  Excavator
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awarded  Benefactor
Nov
15
accepted How any material can provide electrostatic and magnetic shielding
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revised How any material can provide electrostatic and magnetic shielding
Mathjax brushed up
Nov
13
comment How any material can provide electrostatic and magnetic shielding
+1 for electromagnetic shielding. Thanks
Nov
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suggested approved edit on How any material can provide electrostatic and magnetic shielding
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awarded  Tag Editor
Nov
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revised bosons wiki description
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suggested rejected edit on blackbody tag wiki excerpt
Nov
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wiki created bosons description
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suggested approved edit on bosons tag wiki
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suggested rejected edit on bose-einstein-condensate tag wiki excerpt
Nov
8
comment Electrostatics and two electric charges
Of course metals do gain electron. Remember every element in periodic table have Electron Gain Enthalpy (and transition metals are also included). I think you need a bit of research. But in nut shell let me tell you that metals do gain electron. Please don't confuse from my statement that I had made ("Yes of course it's true. Metal will only loose the electrons"). They also gain electron. Check the link.
Nov
8
revised Is the reversible process possible
some rectifications, but still didn't understood that what the last line really meant.
Nov
8
comment Is the reversible process possible
Practically Second Law of Thermodynamic is also impossible in some way but still it have some sort of application in Physics and that's why we study it. And same is the case with the Carnot Engine.
Nov
8
comment Electrostatics and two electric charges
I think you've been suffering a confusion that any student in beginning often faces but I bet when you'll understand it you'll think this to be very funny. First of all read the comment twice and thrice and think it over again and again. If you still don't get it, check this physicsclassroom.com/class/estatics/Lesson-2/…
Nov
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suggested approved edit on Is the reversible process possible
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revised Electrostatics and two electric charges
title rectified
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comment Electrostatics and two electric charges
Yes of course it's true. Metal will only loose the electrons. Take it in this way. A have 5 protons and 5 electrons and B have 10 protons and 10 electrons. Both are electrically neutral. Now by any of the method you transferred 2 electrons from B to A . Now A have 7 electron and 5 proton which is 2 electrons more than neutral phase (i.e A is having $-2e$ charge) and B will have 8 electrons and 10 protons, 2 electrons less than neutral phase (i.e. B is having $+2e$ charge). Hence A have $-2e$ charge and B have $+2e$ charge which are both equal and opposite.