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reviewed Leave Open Propagator in AdS
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reviewed Leave Open Can you have a problem with a Dirichlet boundary condition but with waves that reflect off the boundary?
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reviewed Leave Open What is the smallest practical milliKelvin temperature sensor or technique?
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reviewed Close What does a particle's path look like in a region with both magnetic and electric fields that are perpendicular?
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reviewed Leave Open CNOT Gate for quantum systems
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reviewed Close Amper`s Law and a flat
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comment Amper`s Law and a flat
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reviewed Approve Correction for uncertainty of multiplications and divisions
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comment What is more fundamental: Geometry and Topology or physical matter?
This question dates back to Einstein himself (allegedly - whether he actually said the notorious wood vs marble quote seems unclear). There was no answer then and there is no answer now.
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revised RLC Circuit Resonant Frequency
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comment RLC Circuit Resonant Frequency
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comment electron in magnetic and electric field
Using vector addition, yes. It isn't obvious from your diagram what the direction of $\mathbf E$ is.
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reviewed No Action Needed Tight-binding model of graphene - filling in a few steps
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comment electron in magnetic and electric field
Am I missing something? Don't you just add the two forces (vector addition) to get a total force $\mathbf F$ then use $\mathbf F = m \mathbf a$?
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reviewed No Action Needed Can't identify static and kinetic friction regions
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comment Gauss's law in three parallel plates
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reviewed Close Rate of Ice Formation
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revised Rate of Ice Formation
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