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5 votes

Hamilton-Jacobi Equation

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How do radiowaves have constructive/destructive interference?

4 votes

How far could you see from an airplane at 35,000 feet?

4 votes

Deriving "Galilean Electromagnetism"

3 votes
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Why do I see concentric annulus of different colours when I look inside a tube?

3 votes
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Confusion about how an electron gun works

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Do electric charges in an electric field move at a constant speed?

3 votes

Why is electric field across a resistor constant, or voltage gradient linear?

2 votes

How do chemical propulsion systems not break the law of conservation of energy?

2 votes

Resonating glasses

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Do reflection and diffraction occur at the same time?

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Unable to get moment of inertia of hollow sphere right

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Turning off an inductor: Experimental problems

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A light problem: What happens when light completely destructively interferes?

1 vote

How does the 'open circuit' flux density, the remanence, and the shape of a magnet relate to each other?

1 vote

Where would $mg$ act if I consider a man standing on a block and consider the block as my system?

1 vote

Why is the derivative of Vector equal to Derivative of its rectilinear components?

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Dimensional analysis physics

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Intensity of reflexion of circular polarization

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Measurement coil for magnetic fields, linearity and frequency of the field

1 vote

Is this the correct way to apply an inverse square law to radio wave propagation?

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How can direction of electric field due to a moving charge be from the present position of charge?

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How much water to put in cup for maximum stability?

1 vote

Deriving Heaviside-Feynman formula for the electric field of an arbitrarily moving charge from Lienard-Wiechert potential

1 vote

Deriving Heaviside-Feynman formula for the electric field of an arbitrarily moving charge from Lienard-Wiechert potential

1 vote

How to calculate the full load speed of a motor given the terminal voltage, armature resistance, armature current and torque?

1 vote

Deriving Heaviside-Feynman formula for the electric field of an arbitrarily moving charge from Lienard-Wiechert potential

1 vote

Can a heated surface heat a solid on it above the temperature of the surface itself?

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Extracellular potential via a point source

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Is the amount of work done in this case equivalent to both potential and kinetic energy?