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Proud dane.

With a bachelor in Mechanical Engineering and an on-going master in Sustainable Energy Engineering at The Technical University of Denmark, I'm just a sheep like everyone else.

A history of mud and push-ups in the Danish army as lieutenant and platoon leader.

Developing the thermoelectric product of my dreams is... my dream. Let's see what it brings.

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comment Help with a couple of materials science questions
Welcome to the Physics SE forum. Sure, you can ask questions about material science here! But please, for these kinds of homework-like questions, show some effort first and write what you have tried so far. And then also have a look at the get-started tour: physics.stackexchange.com/tour. It will answer some confusion about what to ask here and what not to.
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@Joseph Your comments are good and should rather be an answer to this question.
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reviewed Approve Why do two connected 1.5-volt batteries become a 3- volt battery?
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comment The concept of displacement in definition of work
Well, streching a spring does makes something move, right? You can not compress or stretch anything without changing it's lenght / volume. This change is a displacement, at least of some particles in the object.
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comment How do particles in a wave make the next particles move?
Well, why would you say that water molecules are not connected? In fact they are - just with weaker bonds (Van der Waals bonds, if I remember correctly) than inside a solid. They pull and push in each other in the same manner. And these bonds will easily break when the wave is too high (at shadow water or so), and you see the white splashing of the water at
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comment How do particles in a wave make the next particles move?
Transverse and longitudinal waves are the two different types. Surface waves are not a new type, but could be any of these two.
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comment Confusing, can a motor on a moving disc stop the disc?
Edit added to the answer - I hope this makes it clearer.