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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 problems and of course also for seeking some help your side. Feel free to contact me. I am always right here on StackExchange! :)


Mar
5
revised Zero velocity, zero acceleration?
spelling rectified
Mar
5
suggested approved edit on Zero velocity, zero acceleration?
Mar
5
comment Meaning the symbol, $W$ and $dW$
$dW$ represents the infinitesimally small change in $W$, i.e, $W_2-W_1=dW$ where $W_1$ and $W_2$ are work done between infinitesimally small period.
Feb
24
comment Earth's magnetic field and the equator
Magnetic force experienced by the charged particle is always perpendicular to the component of Magnetic field and velocity.
Jan
26
comment Why don't fluorescent lights produce shadows?
At first I didn't even needed to read the answer, it was the animation that explained everything. Great answer!
Jan
16
comment Rolling without slipping and friction
I recommend you to modify your question again since it's quite deviating.
Jan
16
comment Rolling without slipping and friction
Exactly! Ball will be needing a torque to do rotational motion. Any guesses from where will it come from? Its obviously the "frictional force" that will offer the torque to the ball which will further lead to the completion of circular motion.
Jan
16
comment Rolling without slipping and friction
Question need some serious corrections because I am not able to conclude that what you really want to ask? But here is something for you. Friction being "a necessary evil" is important to exist for the relative motion between two surfaces. If there is no friction the ball will keep on slipping and there will be no relative motion.
Dec
10
awarded  Excavator
Nov
15
awarded  Benefactor
Nov
15
accepted How any material can provide electrostatic and magnetic shielding
Nov
13
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
13
suggested approved edit on How any material can provide electrostatic and magnetic shielding
Nov
9
awarded  Tag Editor
Nov
9
revised bosons wiki description
added 231 characters in body
Nov
9
suggested rejected edit on blackbody tag wiki excerpt
Nov
9
wiki created bosons description
Nov
9
suggested approved edit on bosons tag wiki
Nov
9
suggested rejected edit on bosons tag wiki excerpt