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I'm a physicist/writer/programer at loose ends after acquiring my B.S. in physics and a minor in chemistry. Currently volunteering as tutor and tech support for local community centers.


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awarded  Student
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comment What is non-thermal plasma?
As a whole, yes, a non-thermal plasma may not have a single temperature which is relevant, but subspecies could still have well behaved maxwellian temperatures. Such an example would be when the electron temperature is very different from the ion temperature, a surprisingly common occurrence.
Apr
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asked quadrupole moment and higher for simple current loop
Mar
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comment One Particle in a Vacuum
Heck, even when thermodynamics was all classical, it was all you could say then too, the number of particles was just so absurdly large.
Mar
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comment One Particle in a Vacuum
Technically they are still influenced by gravity and other long range forces, which are very weak at those distances, and also colliding into each other.
Mar
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answered One Particle in a Vacuum
Feb
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answered The universe's lack of an 'edge', and how that relates to the multiverse?
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answered Is there any possibility in the future that domestic power consumption could be wholly solar powered?
Nov
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answered Vector Nature Of Angular Velocity
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awarded  Teacher
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18
answered What is non-thermal plasma?