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Tom-Tom
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Why does the spiral of a positron have a larger radius than that of an electron in this picture in a bubble chamber?

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How to treat differentials and infinitesimals?

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Bouncing ball time problem

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How can I understand how $\text{m}^2/\text{s}^2$ is related to $\text{J}/\text{kg}$?

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Is the $N$ factorial in the Partition function for $N$ indistinguishable particle an approximation?

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What is a real world application of Madam Curie's life work?

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Polarisation of light is a wave concept or applicable to photons as well?

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Can frequency be equal to 0?

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Why is the derivative of the Fermi-Dirac distribution negative?

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What is the difference between an electric and a magnetic field?

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Dropping a weight onto a spring scale

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how to simulate a steep potential barrier in langevin equation

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Grand canonical ensemble: 0 particle state

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What is the de Sitter temperature as of now?

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What are the general solutions to a hard sphere collision?

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Why is the canonical partition function the Laplace transform of the microcanonical partition function?

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Motion described by $m \frac{\mathrm{d}^2 x}{\mathrm{d}t^2}=-k\frac{\mathrm{d}^{\frac12 }x}{\mathrm{d}t^{\frac12}}$

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Is the electrostatic field inside of any closed, uniformly charged surface zero?

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D'Alembertian and Laplacian Green's Fucntions

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Why is the movement of electrons random in electric field?

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Units of the PDF in the Lattice Boltzmann Method

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Can matter leave the cosmic horizon?

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Charge signs in current

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A Kinematics Problem

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Counting of brownian particles: Point Process

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How to find positions of $n$ masses in Newton mechanics?

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Time for a particle undergoing brownian motion to reach a point in a volume

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Why is entropy defined as a discrete sum over all microstates in classical case?

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What happens to the $PV=nRT$ formula as the gas enters the liquid phase?

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chemical potential in BEC decreases in temperature