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In passionate love with physics and mathematics.

Interests: Quantum Mechanics; Particle Physics; Astrophysics; Cosmology; Condensed Matter Physics.

Other Interests: anything that has to do with physics and its foundations!


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answered A charged sphere with pulsing radius
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comment the temperature of photon and its energy
Indeed, the maximum in the spectrum connects the radiation wavelength, $\lambda_{max}$ at the maximum, and temperature of the hot object as $\lambda_{max}T=2.9\times 10^{-3}$mK (Wien's Displacement Law).
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comment What does the Copenhagen interpretation say about the position of a particle before measurement?
@Gugg I hope the explicit mention of the Copenhagen interpretation in the edited answer (see bf text) will suffice?
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revised What does the Copenhagen interpretation say about the position of a particle before measurement?
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comment What does the Copenhagen interpretation say about the position of a particle before measurement?
@Gugg Thanks for the comment. That is a valid point, but the discussion is about the Copenhagen interpretation indeed. A detailed discussion to cover all vital points, would take a whole book. I am Sorry if I have misinterpreted the point you are trying to make. -:)
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answered Is electron velocity at induction higher than in a wire?
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answered the temperature of photon and its energy
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answered Are there theories that explain wave-particle duality?
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answered What does the Copenhagen interpretation say about the position of a particle before measurement?
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answered Calculate Capacitance in Series AC Circuits?
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comment Calculate Capacitance in Series AC Circuits?
@Mia You need to tell us the given information in the question, and what you need to calculate.
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comment How do you calculate power at the focal point of a mirror?
@BrandonEnright You have used the AM0 solar spectrum. The AM1 (at one atmosphere absortpion) solar spectrum is only 925 W/m$^2$.
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comment Deriving equations of motion using integration
@SaurabhRaje No it doesn't get stuck. You need to know the force. If you know the force is for example $F=-kx$, then $a(x)=-(k/m)x$ and you integrate that. If you don't know what kind of force acting on the object, you will not know how it is going to move.
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comment Deriving equations of motion using integration
@SaurabhRaje These are two independent cases. I discussed the example with the constant acceleration, $a(x)=a$, to show you the versatility of the general equation (1). You need to be able to distinguish one case from the other.
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answered Faraday's law in a ring