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    Speed of light (in vacuo): c: The speed at which the electromagnetic radiation spreads in a vacuum; it is stated as 299 792 458 m/s.

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    In the radioactive dating we use half life to find out the age of a sample however not average life why? Describe.

  • Q : Define Sievert or SI unit of dose

    Sievert: Sv: The derived SI unit of dose equivalent, stated as the absorbed dose of the ionizing radiation multiplied by internationally-agreed-upon dimensionless weights, as various kinds of ionizing radiation cause various kinds of damage in the liv

  • Q : Explain Boyle's law Boyle's law (R.

    Boyle's law (R. Boyle; 1662); Mariotte's law (E. Mariotte; 1676) - The product result of the volume and pressure of an ideal gas at constant (steady) temperature is constant.

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  • Q : Fundamental principles of the regulation

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  • Q : Explain Hawking radiation Hawking

    Hawking radiation (S.W. Hawking; 1973): The theory which black holes emit radiation similar to any other hot body. The virtual particle-antiparticle pairs are continuously being made in supposedly empty space. Infrequently, a pair wil

  • Q : Define Schwarzschild radius

    Schwarzschild radius: The radius ‘r’ of the event horizon for a Schwarzschild black hole of mass m is specified by (in geometrized units) r = 2 m. In its conventional units:

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