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revised Photovoltaic IV data
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Basic kinematics - a body on inclined plane
Apr
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Why is superdeterminism generally regarded as a joke?
Apr
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Is there a limit to acceleration?
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reviewed Looks Good If quantum computing requires hundreds of digits of accuracy, how will it be possible?
Mar
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reviewed Looks Good Why does ebonite rod gets negatively charged when rubbed with fur
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Removing any obstacles, if I were to make a long plank of wood equal to the Earth's diameter, would it appear curved from space?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Why would spacetime curvature cause gravity?
Mar
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answered Photovoltaic IV data
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Does ABS shorten stopping distance of a car?
Feb
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Is this picture correct from the point of view of physics?
Feb
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comment The effect of high frequency AC current in a fresh corpse
This would appear to be a question about Biology rather than physics.
Feb
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Why is a rainbow curved in shape?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Schrödinger's cat; why was it necessary?
Jan
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Compton scattering vs. photoelectric effect
Jan
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comment “Single-shot” Heat engine efficiency limits
It might be worth mentioning Landsberg efficiency explicitly in the question. Related: physics.stackexchange.com/q/2656/4066 . And I think the 86% limit comes from dx.doi.org/10.1088/0022-3727/13/5/018
Jan
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revised “Single-shot” Heat engine efficiency limits
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Jan
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comment Is everyone seeing the same color as I see?
Questions like this would belong on Cognitive Sciences, I think. I'd be surprised if this isn't a duplicate of one there already.
Jan
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Resonance force with multiple emitters
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Has anyone tried to do Galileo's tower of Pisa experiment at a molecular or atomic scale