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comment Changing linear to angular velocity
If the rod is sliding or falling the situation remains the same, being the angle og attack plays a large role here. Sliding on a frictionless surface is just like "falling" sideways without the acceleration. =) To give a more "physicsy" answer; The total angular momentum of the system has to be conserved, which depends on the angle of the rod.
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comment Changing linear to angular velocity
If I understand what you mean, then your question is ill defined, because how elastic the collision is depends on other factors not specified. E.g: I can imagine that the rod was falling with its length at an angle, say falling flat, versus falling with its length straight down. These two configurations will yield different values for the elasticity of the collision, thus also different angular velocities.
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comment How does a gas behave if i let it out of a pressurised canister?
I am considering the gas within the canister, and yes adiabatic is not too far off, and should be a reasonable approximation. What specifically would you do to make the equation simple?
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comment Electromagnetic fields in daily life
I was thinking specifically about the objects that are powered by electricity. For example my TV, my computer, my microwave, etc, etc.
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