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What *exactly* is electrical current, voltage, and resistance?

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Why is $PV^\gamma$ constant in an adiabatic process?

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What motivated Einstein's postulate on the speed of light?

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Does charge affect space-time?

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Why is argon a noble gas but not, say, beryllium or palladium?

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What does it means that electric charge is conserved but not quantized?

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Why does my baby's feeding bottle get smashed in fewer pieces when fuller?

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How is the relationship of the value $kT$ and a degree of freedom derived?

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Confusion regarding drift velocity

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Confusion over this definition of a tensor

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Curved space-time and metric tensor

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Apparent work energy paradox

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Definition of metric tensor for Minkowski space

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What to consider between Compton scattering and Thomson scattering?

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Gravitational wave behavior

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How far can you pee on the moon vs. mars?

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How exactly does the curvature of space-time cause objects to "fall" into another object

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What if Force was not Mass times Acceleration?

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Why is quadruple moment zero for spherically symmetric charge distribution about centre?

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Forced Harmonic Oscillator in Heisenberg Picture

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Massive particles in de Sitter space

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How is magnetism a result of special relativity?

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Momentum operator in position representation and viceversa

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Expressing a quantum mechanical state as a linear combination of the basis kets of an observable

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Lorentz Force and Circular motion - What is the magnetic field causing the movement?

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Electromagnetic Stress-Energy Tensor in curved space-time

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Electromagnetic stress-energy tensor to be used in Einstein's Field Equations

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Relative motion involving angle

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How to understand force given an inconstant mass?

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Upper limits for jerk and higher derivatives in physics