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SofiaStirling
2019-12-21 22:38:06
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emmo
2019-12-18 06:28:15
According to this solution, \"the cross-product yields 0 force for the two horizontal components,\" but is that right? The field is pointing into the page, which is orthogonal to the line of the induced current, thus there would be force on each horizontal component. This contributes nothing to the net force due to symmetry: the top and bottom horizontal portions of the induced current cancel one another out.
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alwayswright5214
2019-12-02 13:39:56
Compton effect (Compton, 1923), named after its discoverer, the greatest photon energy loss occurs when it is scattered backward (180°) from its original direction. Then, if E is much larger than the rest energy of the electron E0 = me c2 = 0.511 MeV, it is found that the final photon energy E′ is equal to E0/2. www.dc-harvest.com/
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alwayswright5214
2019-12-02 13:25:31
I agree. quantun internet
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toto212
2019-11-16 05:06:24
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zachdun12493
2019-11-11 07:03:53
I agree with you. The answer is A. Jersey Watch
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danielsw98667
2019-10-24 04:21:47
Confused with the value of J. affordableseoservice.org
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PHYSGOGO
2019-10-23 05:04:39
yep, the voltage of ground is ZERO!!!Electron cannot pass ground!
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droosenoose
2019-10-22 23:07:47
this is a bit misleading because you can easily use negative feedback to amplify signal if you have an op amp and two resistors, which is what I immediately thought of when they said negative feedback.\r\nGuess they were referring to the concept of negative feedback itself, not applications??
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tommy22222
2019-10-22 14:57:59
BRILLIANT!!! I think this is the best and the most make sense alternative solution under this pose.
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Ryry013
2019-10-22 06:22:59
Fixed link: http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/phyopt/interf.html
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PHYSGOGO
2019-10-22 04:40:35
oh sorry guys, I found another way: The energy to remove 2 electrons(79.0)= remove 1st+remove 2nd. Since remove 1st is under help of second electron\'s repel force. Removing second is 2^2*13.6=54.4 remove 1st=79-54.4=24.6
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PHYSGOGO
2019-10-22 04:34:15
since there are interaction between two electrons. we can solve in this way: STEP1: Remove two electrons(79eV) STEP2: pull one electron back(13.6*2^2=54.4eV) the result is also equals: ionize one electron. \\\\r\\\\nThe trick is, we can just calculate ionize energy of isolated electron, so we have to find a way isolate them. \\\\r\\\\nThe result is: 79-54.4=24.6 (we set remove is plus,pull back is minus)
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danielsw98667
2019-10-21 07:23:51
Obviously, the answer is A if we will apply the principle of Special Relativity - Electromagnetic Field. random numbers generator
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danielsw98667
2019-10-21 07:07:36
I think the answer to this using the elastic potential energy. Hvac Tech Support
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danielsw98667
2019-10-21 07:00:03
It is indeed a piece of very useful information especially in physics. Cincinnati Property Management
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danielsw98667
2019-10-21 06:53:45
D is the most obvious answer. altera
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danielsw98667
2019-10-21 06:49:41
The accurate model of phonons is I think Debye. B. altera
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danielsw98667
2019-10-21 06:43:43
3N oscillators - Phonons for Debye - A different version. Armor Services Roofing
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danielsw98667
2019-10-21 06:33:35
Well, with the application of Gauss law the answer should be D. Villa Las Rocas
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danielsw98667
2019-10-21 06:23:39
As k → 0, vg = 0\r\nAs k → ∞, vg = c\r\nsince m ≪ → \\\\v_g=\\frac{c^2 k}{\\sqrt{c^2 k^2}}=\\frac{c^2 k}{c^2 k^2}=c\r\nCincinnati Channel Letter Signs
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danielsw98667
2019-10-21 06:08:11
The group velocity of these waves approaches Zero as k → 0 and c as k → ∞. The answer is letter E. best merchant services
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danielsw98667
2019-10-21 05:55:38
Because the answer is A. semenax review
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danielsw98667
2019-10-21 05:45:55
I agree with you that it is too ambiguous. The Southern Institute
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danielsw98667
2019-10-21 05:38:21
With the given stages of radioactivity, the answer is A. LED bike lights
 
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