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Oct
5
awarded  Critic
Oct
5
accepted Would an ideal gas be colder at higher altitude due to gravity?
Oct
3
comment Would an ideal gas be colder at higher altitude due to gravity?
In very rarefied gas, shouldn't the molecules behave like other matter and follow a parabolic trajectory?
Oct
2
comment Would an ideal gas be colder at higher altitude due to gravity?
So only in high vacuum
Oct
2
asked Would an ideal gas be colder at higher altitude due to gravity?
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Dec
29
accepted Radiation pressure thermodynamic paradox
Dec
28
revised Radiation pressure thermodynamic paradox
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Dec
28
comment Radiation pressure thermodynamic paradox
A perfect reflector has 0 emissivity, so you must be referring to the radiation trapped during construction. I do not understand where your answer addresses the apparent thermodynamics problem.
Dec
28
asked Radiation pressure thermodynamic paradox
Dec
28
accepted Is there any optical component that uniformizes the incoming light?
Dec
28
comment Is there any optical component that uniformizes the incoming light?
To make uniform: thefreedictionary.com/uniformize Make every ray have the same direction.
Dec
27
asked Is there any optical component that uniformizes the incoming light?
Jun
17
accepted How thermally conductive is a black body?
Jun
14
asked How thermally conductive is a black body?
May
6
accepted What would result in a transformer that has its secondary wires disconnected from any circuit?
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accepted Why do CD's shatter in a microwave?
Apr
8
asked Why do CD's shatter in a microwave?
Apr
4
comment Why is gravity such a unique force?
This is a subjective question.