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revised What exactly is 'crosses of light'?
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revised The relation between mass and speed
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reviewed Close How is light slowing down in a medium thought of in the photon picture?
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comment Charge enclosed by a Gaussian surface inside an uniformly charged thin sphere
See Newton's shell theorem. Possible duplicates: physics.stackexchange.com/q/150238/2451 and links therein.
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revised Does electrostatic fields really obey “action at a distance”?
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reviewed Close Shapes of ionic compound
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reviewed Close Material research for fuel cells - what are the fundamental concepts/ topics one has to learn?
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comment Is the proton mass to charge ratio equal to the plank mass?
Related question by OP: physics.stackexchange.com/q/192496/2451
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comment How is light slowing down in a medium thought of in the photon picture?
Possible duplicates: physics.stackexchange.com/q/11820/2451 , physics.stackexchange.com/q/466/2451 and links therein.
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revised How is light slowing down in a medium thought of in the photon picture?
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revised Maxwell said the dimension of charge is $L^3 T^{-2}$ and of mass is $L^3 T^{-2}$, is he right?
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revised Is gravity weak negative electric charge?
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revised Torque-direction of rotation
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revised Can the anti-torque of a motor be used to spin a space vehicle about it's axis?
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revised Circular motion physics
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revised Free rotation of a rigid body
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revised What is the kinetic energy of a proton as it is falling towards the core of the star?
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revised Speed as the fifth dimension
velocity is 3 not 1 dim
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revised Constructing solutions to the time-dependent Schrödinger's equation
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revised Assuming the possibility that a ship could reach $c$, how long would it take?
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