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What are distinguishable and indistinguishable particles in statistical mechanics?

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Do photons have acceleration?

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Whether $m$ in $E=mc^{2}$ and $F=ma$ are both relativistic mass?

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What is 2 $\theta$ in X-ray powder diffraction (XRD)?

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What is the meaning of speed of light $c$ in $E=mc^2$?

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What is a microstate, macrostate and thermodynamic probability in statistical mechanics?

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Why Negative refractive index is negative

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How gravitation affects tides

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Difference between propagating and evanescent waves

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1 answer
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What is the reason behind band gap narrowing in semiconductors

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1 answer
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How different sizes of water bubbles behaves in space

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1 answer
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Is mass of the parent star is equal to the mass of the born blackhole

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1 answer
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What is effective mass approximation

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What are the values of effective mass approximation

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1 answer
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gaussian fitting of xrd peaks

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1 answer
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How bandgap engineering works?

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1 answer
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Entropy of a black hole can be zero?

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How $\pi$ is derived from quantum mechanics

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1 answer
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How to convert intensity arbitray units to percentage in a XRD data?

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What is holometer experiment?

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Is there a limit in dimension?

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where we can find higgs boson particle

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What will be the unit of mass in $E=mc^2$ when energy units change?

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Does light photons have jerk? [duplicate]