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what is the speed of light?
Tesla: T (after N. Tesla, 1870-1943): The derived SI unit of the magnetic flux density stated as the magnetic flux density of a magnetic flux of 1 Wb via an area of 1 m^{2}; it therefore has units of Wb/m^{2}.
Hall Effect: Whenever charged particles flow via a tube that has both an electric field and a magnetic field (that is perpendicular to the electric field) present in it, only assured velocities of the charged particles are favored, and will make it un
Explain how is energy transformed in the windmills?
Explain Poisson equation and Poisson spot:
Poisson equation (S.D. Poisson): The differential form of Gauss' law, that is,
div E = rho,
Pois
Stefan-Boltzmann constant: sigma (Stefan, L. Boltzmann): The constant of proportionality exist in the Stefan-Boltzmann law. It is equivalent to 5.6697 x 10^{-8} W/m^{2}/K^{4}.
Van der Waals force (J.D. van der Waals): The forces responsible for non-ideal behavior of gases, and for lattice energy of molecular crystals. There are three main causes: dipole-dipole interaction; dipole-induced dipole moments; and dispersion a for
What is the reason that the tea kettle sing? Briefly state the reason.
Coulomb: C (after C. de Coulomb, 1736-1806): The derived SI unit of an electric charge, stated as the quantity of charge shifted by a current of 1 A in a period of 1 s; it therefore has units of A s.
Pauli Exclusion Principle (W. Pauli; 1925): No two similar fermions in a system, like electrons in an atom, can contain an identical set of the quantum numbers.
Briefly state the definition of Pascal’s principle?
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