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How to pour water from a bottle as fast as possible?

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Should zero be followed by units?

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Why do we use the electron volt?

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Work is not done by the magnetic field?

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Why doesn't the adiabatic reduction of first law of thermodynamics, $W = -\Delta U,$ hold for non-conservative forces?

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Algebra of the complex scalar field - complex conjugate of commutation relations

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Writing Kinetic Energy in Cylindrical Coordinates

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How can the electric potential at the center of a ring be large if the electric field isn't, and vice versa?

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Confusion regarding factor 2 in uncertainty principle

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What is an orthogonal state?

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What is the difference between velocity and temperature?

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When will ice melt faster?

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If virtual particles is not real, what are the lines in Feynman diagram?

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Oscillations concept about velocity

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Is long wave electromagnetic radiation hot? If so, why?

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Why ain't all ions excluding alpha particle negatively charged?

3 votes

Sign in vector equation for electrostatic Coulomb force

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Minimum velocity needed to throw a stone to another planet

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Why $\epsilon_0 = 1/(4\pi k)$ instead of $\epsilon_0 = 4\pi k$?

3 votes

What happen when you stir a cup of coffe?

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How does infrared light behave through water?

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Justification of Physical Laws

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Spacetime and quantum mechanics

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What is the difference between heat and light?

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Electric field around a moving charge

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Why alloy have more resistance?

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Formula for discontinuity of electric field across boundary

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4-momentum as $m\frac{ds}{d\tau}$

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Does the Second uniqueness Theorem of electrostatics specify a Neumann problem?

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Finding the position vector of a particle in a rotating frame