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What's wrong with this derivation that $i\hbar = 0$?

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Old Russian Physics Papers?

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How is the distance between Geneva detector and the Gran Sasso one measured?

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Why isn't V. A. Fabricant given the credit for the discovery of the laser?

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Where did the idea of a neutrino come from?

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The 2011 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

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Wien on Temperature and Entropy

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The Mean Value of a Mass Particle's Energy

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What is the highest accuracy of measuring time differences achievable today?

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Are the collected papers of A. Einstein, entirely translated into English?

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How is the "negative dispersion" derived?

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Spontaneous emission and induced radiation

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What was so surprising about accelerating cosmological expansion?

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Blackbody Radiation -- Minus Sign Popping Up When Deriving Rayleigh-Jeans Formula

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Conservation of Energy and the Poynting Theorem

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On an equality following from the Helmholtz free energy expression

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On the derivation of diffusion coefficient in thermodynamic terms

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Planck's Form of Wien's Distribution Law

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A Non-Velocity Dependent 4-Vector Transformed as Velocity Dependent 4-Vector

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Color of pinholes of two different sized blackbody enclosures

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Probability of a system to be in a state with energy $E$

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Does dU Always Mean Exchanging Heat?

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Why Are Maxwell's Equations Preferred Before Those Proposed by H. Hertz?

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Do we need Maxwell's Equations since they fail to account for an experimental fact at least in one occasion? [closed]