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I love to program and crosscompile baremetal C programs for ARM based microcontrollers, I love physics and i love writing science documents/books in LaTeX. It amazes me how physics is connecting all science and is helping mathematics to evolve. In order for science profession to comunicate on a high level i advise everyone to use Linux, LaTeX and a good vector imaging program like Inkscape.


Oct
6
revised Transmission Lines + DC Current
I edited your question using LaTeX formating regularly used on this forum.
Oct
6
comment How do I find the electric field above the center of a square plate (rather than circular)?
Could you be a bit more speciffic?
Oct
6
answered Transmission Lines + DC Current
Oct
6
comment Transmission Lines + DC Current
I edited your question using LaTeX formating. About your question... Do you refer to electric potential or voltage? Remember voltage is difference of electric potentials.
Oct
6
suggested suggested edit on Transmission Lines + DC Current
Sep
13
comment Drawing the circuit from a differential equation
Do you know any good book which teach to think this way?
Sep
13
comment Drawing the circuit from a differential equation
Why don't you try and ask here: electronics.stackexchange.com
Sep
13
revised What would a person *unmoving* look like on a Minkowski diagram?
Added a better explaination.
Sep
13
answered What would a person *unmoving* look like on a Minkowski diagram?
Sep
11
accepted LS Coupling - weird image in the book
Sep
8
comment Term symbol - how do we know the number of electrons $e^-$?
I copy/pasted the statement in the book. Now tell me if this book is a garbage?
Sep
8
revised Term symbol - how do we know the number of electrons $e^-$?
added 123 characters in body
Sep
8
comment Term symbol - how do we know the number of electrons $e^-$?
But in the book A. Beiser, Concepts of modern physics it says that multiplicity is $2S+1$ only in cases when $L>S$ while in cases when $L<S$ the multiplicity is $2L+1$. This is why we can't just state $4=2S+1$ as it could be $4=2L+1$... so can this even be solved?
Sep
8
asked Term symbol - how do we know the number of electrons $e^-$?
Sep
8
comment LS Coupling - weird image in the book
So i did this like i should but forgot that there is no such thing as negative magnitude... so from all the solutions for $L=3\hbar, 2\hbar, 1\hbar, 0, -1\hbar, -2\hbar, -3\hbar$ i have to simply remove negative ones and 0.
Sep
8
comment LS Coupling - weird image in the book
Why do you all use $l$ (orbital quantum number) in place of $L$ (orbital angular momentum)? In the book it only says that $L$ can be 3 2 or 1 and not -3, -2, -1...
Sep
8
revised LS Coupling - weird image in the book
added 42 characters in body
Sep
8
asked LS Coupling - weird image in the book
Sep
8
accepted Total angular momentum - single electron
Sep
8
comment Total angular momentum - single electron
This means that the $z$ axis must be defined in the same direction as the total angular momentum $\mathbf{J}$.