# AchiralSarkar

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A Physics Undegrad; Also interested in Mathematics, Computer Science and Applications and English Literature.

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 Jul18 awarded Nice Question May29 awarded Popular Question May22 comment Principle of Caratheodory and The Second Law of Thermodynamics I would definitely look it up. Thank you. This discussion has been very helpful. May22 comment Principle of Caratheodory and The Second Law of Thermodynamics I still can't see how the concept of increase of entropy comes out of this for an irreversible process. ( I'm getting the feeling that this works only for reversible processes ). May22 comment Principle of Caratheodory and The Second Law of Thermodynamics Can you elaborate on point 2? How does this distinction exactly melt away? May22 comment Physical motivation for differentiation under the integral Actually the examples from Quantum mechanics would show how neat (and essential) this trick is. May22 accepted Principle of Caratheodory and The Second Law of Thermodynamics May22 awarded Yearling May22 revised What is the physical significance of the off-diagonal moment of inertia matrix elements? added 1 character in body May22 revised Why have $n$, $\ell$, $m_\ell$, $m_s$ been picked as quantum number symbols $\mathbf{\text{in this order}}$? added 5 characters in body May22 asked Is Ehrenfest theorem equivalent to Bohr's Correspondence Principle? May22 comment What are some good resources for learning how to apply vectors in physics? See, what you are actually doing is taking the projection of the vector along the line joining a vertex to the center. Think along this line and you shall find the answer. May22 comment What are some good resources for learning how to apply vectors in physics? It is a very simple problem. Think about the angle that B makes with the line joining the center and taking the cosine component May22 comment What are some good resources for learning how to apply vectors in physics? You can post that specific problem here as a homework question and everyone can take a look. May22 comment What are some good resources for learning how to apply vectors in physics? That is a very difficult question to answer. The book is a very popular one and I personally recommend it. It would be wise to download the ebook and go through it buying to see if you are comfortable with it. May22 comment What are some good resources for learning how to apply vectors in physics? Carefully reading Resnick Halliday and going through solved examples and finally solving problems on your own is the only way. May22 revised What are some good resources for learning how to apply vectors in physics? added 14 characters in body May22 revised Principle of Caratheodory and The Second Law of Thermodynamics deleted 2 characters in body May22 asked Principle of Caratheodory and The Second Law of Thermodynamics May22 answered What are some good resources for learning how to apply vectors in physics?