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I have a broad interest in condensed matter physics. With my advisor I am working on things related to energy transfer into very thin nano structures.


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comment Is Force equal to components in different dimensions of Force or distance of those components
Force is a vector. Vectors are added component-wise. Vector magnitude is the square root of the dot product of the vector with itself.
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revised Is Force equal to components in different dimensions of Force or distance of those components
Corrected spelling of the word "demensions"
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answered shifting from mathematics to physics
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comment physics , magnetic lines of a magnetic
I see. However the last sentence of my answer was referring to that the elementary unit of static magnetic fields, unlike static electric fields whose elementary unit is an electric monopole (i.e. an electric charge), is a magnetic dipole.
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comment physics , magnetic lines of a magnetic
What do you mean?
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answered How to represent uncertainty on the momentum operator through a variance?
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comment Why isn't the symmetric twin paradox a paradox?
One poster commented that General Relativity was "needed to explain the non-symmetry of the normal twin paradox" since one twin accelerates. Special relativity can handle the case of accelerating objects (in this case a space-traveling twin). The key is to imagine the acceleration as a series of Lorentz transformations between inertial reference frames that differ infinitesimally in relative velocity.
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answered Why isn't the symmetric twin paradox a paradox?
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