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Explain Keplers laws or Keplers first law, second law and third law?
Kepler's laws (J. Kepler)
Kepler's first
Brackett series (Brackett) - The series (or sequence) that explains the emission spectrum of hydrogen whenever the electron is jumping to fourth orbital. All of the lines are in the infrared segment of the spectrum.
What is the appropriate formula employed to compute the acceleration? Explain in brief.
Radian: rad: The supplementary SI unit of the angular measure stated as the central angle of a circle whose subtended arc is equivalent to the radius of the circle.
Briefly list out the name of all the branches of physics?
What do you mean by the rest mass energy of the electron?
What do you mean by the term positron? Explain in short.
Explain in detail the motion balance principle
Brownian motion - The continuous random motion of a solid microscopic particle whenever suspended in a fluid medium due to the effect of ongoing bombardment by molecules and atoms.
Briefly describe the reason why it takes longer to heat a bucket of water than the cup of water?
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