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May
5
revised How do the wave properties of an electron change with its motion?
More concerned with this part of the question...
May
5
comment How do the wave properties of an electron change with its motion?
Can you be more specific about how its energy and frequency are related to its velocity?
May
5
asked How do the wave properties of an electron change with its motion?
Feb
18
accepted What are the units of the Bekenstein bound?
Feb
18
comment What are the units of the Bekenstein bound?
Ah, nevermind. I'm mixing up the Area in the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy formula with the 2pi*r in the Bekenstein bound.
Feb
18
revised What are the units of the Bekenstein bound?
Let's try LaTeX
Feb
18
suggested suggested edit on What are the units of the Bekenstein bound?
Feb
18
comment What are the units of the Bekenstein bound?
In that case, the units seem to be measured in meters: Top: 2*piR is area, which is m^2. And E is J. Bottom: h-bar is Js. And c is m/s. (m^2 * J) / (J*s * m/s) = m.
Feb
18
awarded  Editor
Feb
18
revised What are the units of the Bekenstein bound?
Improved clarity
Feb
18
suggested suggested edit on What are the units of the Bekenstein bound?
Feb
18
asked What are the units of the Bekenstein bound?
Jan
24
awarded  Scholar
Jan
24
accepted Spinning spheres colliding
Jan
19
comment Spinning spheres colliding
Two balls with equal and opposite angular momentum would be achiral, correct? How about if you have two balls which are chiral — spinning in opposite directions, but with the same velocity?
Jan
19
awarded  Supporter
Jan
19
awarded  Student
Jan
18
asked Spinning spheres colliding
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18
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