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The relation between Gauss's law and Coulomb law and why is it important that the electric field decrease proportionally to $\frac{1}{r^{2}}$?

8 votes

Gravitation not instantaneous = non-elliptic orbits?

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Where does tidal energy come from?

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Understanding the basics of electromagnetic induction

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How to find the direction of the magnetic field for an infinite conducting wire?

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Potential Inside Conducting Cube

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What is the relationship and difference between BHP and Torque?

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Using Electrostatic Force to Repel Dust From an Object

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Is a 3 LED flashlight brighter than a single LED one? (same LEDs, same power through each LED)

1 vote

States and observables in quantum mechanics

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Calculate electric potential and electric field of uniformly charged wire

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Could velocity be taken as fundamental instead of time?

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Power transfer in a transformer

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What is the current of a capacitor when the derivative of voltage is undefined?

0 votes

Field inside a wire?

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In Jackson's expression for the electrostatic Green function, why is the Laplacian taken with respect to the primed coordinates?

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Faraday's Law - recursive?

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How can you use magnets to rotate a shaft, which in turn powers a generator?

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Projectile motion formulas

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If I switch on a generator connected to an open circuit, are the charges oscillating along wires?

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Generalized Coulomb's Law

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Potential on a Charged Sheet

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2 solenoids: emf and frequency

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Can we disprove Artificial Gravity (like in the movies) with a thought experiment?

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How should observers determine whether they can be described as being "defined on a Lorentzian manifold"?

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An Electromagnetic Paradox?

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How much iron ware to make a Faraday cage