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asked Where are real limits of evaporative cooling?
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May
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revised North and south of magnetic field
made the image smaller and rotated it so that it better fits the text. No need to upload images that freakish big.
May
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suggested approved edit on North and south of magnetic field
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Notable Question
Dec
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comment Can open, unsafe nuclear fusion reaction burn the atmosphere?
Given the current political situation, I feel very uncomfortable reading about kilometres wide fireballs created by Russian bombs...
Dec
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
3
comment What property of medium is directly related to light propagation speed in that medium?
@JohnRennie could you quote the answer from that question that suits my question too?
Dec
3
comment Looking for the actual reason of refraction explained precisely without analogies
What is $\chi_m$? The math here is a little bit fast and complicated for me.
Dec
3
comment Looking for the actual reason of refraction explained precisely without analogies
@dmckee I'd be very careful before saying that electrons are in motion when bound in atoms. Charged particle in accelerated motion generates electromagnetic waves - yet we do not observe any shining from atoms.
Dec
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revised What really cause light/photons to appear slower in media?
I tried to make the post more readable. It's still not perfect but it's long and I'm getting tired
Dec
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asked What property of medium is directly related to light propagation speed in that medium?
Dec
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comment Magnetic field at infinity
Every reciprocal function converges to zero at infinity. $$\lim \limits_{x \to 1} \frac{c}{x} = 0$$
Dec
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suggested approved edit on What really cause light/photons to appear slower in media?
Dec
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comment What really cause light/photons to appear slower in media?
While I believe absorption-emission theory I can't see a way to imagine it working with Young's double-slit interference experiment. If the photon is absorbed, where is it being absorbed if it's on two places at the same time?
Dec
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comment How is light trajectory affected by the trajectory of environment it passes through?
physics.stackexchange.com/a/11823/20590
Dec
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accepted How is light trajectory affected by the trajectory of environment it passes through?