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  • Q : What is Loschmidt constant or Loschmidt

    Loschmidt constant: Loschmidt number: NL: The total number of particles per unit volume of an ideal gas at standard pressure and temperature. It has the value of 2.687 19 x 1025 m-3.

  • Q : Steps to the scientific notation

    Illustrate the steps to the scientific notation? Briefly illustrate the steps.

  • Q : What is Negative feedback principle

    Negative feedback principle: It is the idea that in a system where there are self-propagating situations, those new situations tend to act against formerly existing situations. Such a principle is in actuality a restatement of the conservation law.

  • Q : Define Faraday constant Faraday

    Faraday constant: F (M. Faraday): The electric charge fetched by one mole of electrons or singly-ionized ions. It is equivalent to the product result of the Avogadro constant and the absolute value of the charge on an electron; this i

  • Q : Information in physics What do you mean

    What do you mean by the term information in physics?

  • Q : What is Kerr effect Kerr effect (J.

    Kerr effect (J. Kerr; 1875): The capability of certain substances to refract light waves in a different way whose vibrations are in dissimilar directions whenever the substance is located in an electric field.

  • Q : Calculate time needed for thermocouple

    A thermocouple of K type is suddenly exposed to air with temperature of 1273K, Initial temperature was 293 K. Calculate the time needed for the thermocouple read the temperature with accuracy of better that 99%. Ignore radiation and conduction. The measuring element has a ball shape of diameter o

  • Q : Define Noether theorem Noether theorem

    Noether theorem (Noether): A theorem that explains that symmetries are what gives rise to conserved quantities. For example, the translational symmetry (that is the fact that the laws of physics work the same in all positions) gives r

  • Q : Define Siemens or SI unit of an

    Siemens: S (after E.W. von Siemens, 1816-1892): The derived SI unit of an electrical conductance equivalent to the conductance of an element which has a resistance of 1 O [ohm]; this has units of O-1.

  • Q : Explain Joules laws and Joule's

    Joule's laws (J.P. Joule)

    Joule's first law:

    The heat Q generated whenever a current I flows via a resistance R for a specified time t is specified by:

    Q = I2

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