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Oct
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comment Proton Quantum Tunnelling in Hydrogen Bonds: Influence on Properties of Deuterated Ice?
I've always understood hydrogen bonding to be a dipolar interaction. It isn't clear to me why tunnelling would be involved.
Oct
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comment Current carrying wire to suspend in midair?
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revised Current carrying wire to suspend in midair?
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revised What is the distance covered?
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comment What is the distance covered?
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revised Find initial temperature of ideal gas when heated by 400K and volume doubles
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comment Find initial temperature of ideal gas when heated by 400K and volume doubles
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comment Connecting two antennas to provide signal
I would guess you're hoping that the external aerial will convert the radio wave to an electrical signal, and the internal aerial will convert the electrical signal back into a radio wave. So the end result is that the radio wave is piped into your room. Is this correct?
Oct
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comment 2s orbital wavefunction has non-zero probability at $r=0$?
@Will: I assume the question was What is the probability of finding an electron in the 2s orbital inside the nucleus? otherwise it's a meaningless question. If so the answer is $\int_0^R P(r)dr = \int_0^R \psi^*(r) \psi(r) 4\pi r^2 dr$, where $R$ is the radius of the nucleus and $P(r)$ is the RDF. For the $2s$ orbital this will be non-zero.
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comment What evidence is there that infinities exist anywhere around or within a black hole?
@MaxWilliams: in GR the singularity is not part of the universe. GR describes the universe as a mathematical structure called a manifold, and the singularity is excluded from the manifold. GR does not predict what happens at the singularity, only what happens when you get infinitessimally close to it.
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answered What is the dilation relation of the distance to a moving point (in special relativity)?
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reviewed No Action Needed What is the importance of the biquadratic interaction in the AKLT model?
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reviewed Close What is the dilation relation of the distance to a moving point (in special relativity)?
Oct
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revised Explaning Motion of a Man and Spacecraft Orbiting the Earth
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comment Is the curvature formed due to mass/volume of spactime convex or concave?
It is neither. The terms convex and concave refer to the Gaussian curvature of a 2D Riemannian manifold. Spacetime is a 4D pseudo-Riemannian manifold and asking whether the curvature is convex or concave is meaningless.
Oct
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comment Significance of Time constants in LR and RC circuits
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it shows insufficient prior research
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comment Significance of Time constants in LR and RC circuits
Can you give us an idea of what research you've already done. For example have you read the Wikipedia article on the RC time constant.
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answered Liquid electromagnet
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reviewed Leave Closed Gravitational Force
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reviewed Close How can I find static friction without knowing the mass of the object?