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Jul
5
comment Quantum Mechanics - Lowering Operator
I think the answer makes the question even more sensible. In my opinion it is a fairly good question. It shouldn't be closed.
Jun
26
revised I know light's speed in vacuum is constant, but what about its velocity?
I added the last sentence. I think it would make OP's question more clear.
Jun
26
comment I know light's speed in vacuum is constant, but what about its velocity?
Does the direction of light change from one frame to another frame? is it what you asked? @user107952
Jun
26
suggested approved edit on I know light's speed in vacuum is constant, but what about its velocity?
Jun
26
comment I know light's speed in vacuum is constant, but what about its velocity?
"The magnitude of the velocity at locations distant from you can be greater or less than c even in special relativity" what do you mean by it? Does the velocity of light depends on where you are?
Jun
22
awarded  Nice Question
May
24
revised Two isobars they differ in binding energy, will they differ in radius as well?
edited title
May
23
comment Two isobars they differ in binding energy, will they differ in radius as well?
so you say that radius would be the same for both isobars?
May
22
revised Two isobars they differ in binding energy, will they differ in radius as well?
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May
22
comment Two isobars they differ in binding energy, will they differ in radius as well?
Any idea? @phonon
May
22
asked Two isobars they differ in binding energy, will they differ in radius as well?
May
13
asked Components of acceleration in spherical polar co-ordinate
Apr
8
comment Relation between 1D and 3D partition function
Sometimes I think users of physics stackexchange are not co-operative. If you downvote my question you should give me a reason or suggestion. I am open to critique. I demand moderator attention. @Qmechanic
Apr
7
comment Relation between 1D and 3D partition function
$$d \vec{P}=d p_{x} \hat{i} +d p_{y} \hat{j}+d p_{z} \hat{k}$$ and $$d \vec{r}=d x \hat{i} +d y \hat{j}+d z \hat{k}$$ will be replaced by $$d \vec{p}$$ and $$d \vec{r}$$ ?
Apr
7
comment Relation between 1D and 3D partition function
Thanks for your advice. I would try to be comprehensive in future.
Apr
7
accepted Relation between 1D and 3D partition function
Apr
7
comment Relation between 1D and 3D partition function
$Z$ is partition function.
Apr
7
comment Relation between 1D and 3D partition function
The oxford solid state basics
Apr
7
asked Relation between 1D and 3D partition function
Mar
24
asked Does Doppler Effect violate Galilean relativity?