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Aug
21
comment Study of Black-body Radiation
I don't mean any of that. I just came across this question in a physics hand book and was curious to know the answer(as there was no answer given). I'm not light headed enough to think that I could outwit any of the physicists who did the original work. For that matter I don't even know how a solid cylinder is simpler than a hollow cylinder, as you might have to take into account the internal absorption and reflection of incident light by individual atoms inside the solid whereas in the case of hollow cylinder you just have to take into account only the surface phenomena.
Aug
20
comment Study of Black-body Radiation
This question just came up while i was studying and if you don't have any idea about it, just say so, I'll understand...
Feb
22
comment Electric field caused by magnetic field
Isn't E=−∇ϕ/∇x? where x is the seperation?
Feb
22
comment Electric field caused by magnetic field
Are these non-conservative or conservative fields??
Feb
21
comment Electric field caused by magnetic field
What is the difference between this field and the one caused by static charges??
Feb
21
comment Electric field caused by magnetic field
In high school physics, it's given that electric field starts from a positive charge and ends at a negative charge, does the above mentioned field follow the same?