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comment Law for tap water temperature
In any case this model, as a model could still be valid; you have an exchange coefficient and a delta T .
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comment Law for tap water temperature
@Herb: you're right, I corrected.
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revised Law for tap water temperature
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comment Law for tap water temperature
@Herb: As you said, to consider the transient solution, we need a model for the tube and the surrounding environment.
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comment What are some useful ways to imagine the concept of spin as it relates to subatomic particles?
@j.c. I like your slogan !
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answered Law for tap water temperature
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comment What are some useful ways to imagine the concept of spin as it relates to subatomic particles?
@j.c. OK, I agree with that.
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comment Book about classical mechanics
I find it hard to read, I was looking for something intermediate that would allow me to benefit from Arnold's book more easily.
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comment What are some useful ways to imagine the concept of spin as it relates to subatomic particles?
While answering this question I realized that it was not a real, not argumentative question... You should change the question as @j.c. suggested.
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answered What are some useful ways to imagine the concept of spin as it relates to subatomic particles?
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comment Book about classical mechanics
Yes, Goldstein is great, but I am looking for more details on symplectig geometry. I'll have a look at the other one.
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asked Boiling water and salt
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answered Speed of neutrinos
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revised Deuterons can share quantum states, but why it is fine for the protons and neutrons inside?
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revised Deuterons can share quantum states, but why it is fine for the protons and neutrons inside?
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comment Mathematica to help for an Hamiltonian problem
@Alasdair Allan : thanks ;) I admit this is as you say "grey area" but I still really hope to have an answer one day.