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  • Q : Energy and light My question is Eph =

    My question is Eph = hcT. I have to rearrange the equation to make b b the subject and also find the SI units for b and how and why they are those units.....

  • Q : Define Permittivity of free space or

    Permittivity of free space: electric constant; epsilon_0: The ratio of the electric displacement to the intensity of the electric field generating it in vacuum. It is equivalent to 8.854 x 10-12 F/m.

  • Q : What is Paschen series Paschen series:

    Paschen series: The series that explains the emission spectrum of hydrogen whenever the electron is jumping to the third orbital. Each and every line is in the infrared part of the spectrum.

  • Q : Describe Wiedemann-Franz law

    Wiedemann-Franz law: It is the ratio of the thermal conductivity of any pure metal (substance) to its electrical conductivity is just about constant for any specified temperature. This law holds pretty well apart from at low temperatures.

  • Q : Define Ehrenfest paradox Ehrenfest

    Ehrenfest paradox (Ehernfest, 1909): The special relativistic "paradox" including a fast rotating disc. As any radial segment of the disc is perpendicular to the direction of motion, there must be no length contraction of the radius;

  • Q : Define Hoop conjecture Hoop conjecture

    Hoop conjecture (K.S. Thorne, 1972): The conjecture (as so far unproven, although there is substantial proof to support it) that a non-spherical object, non-spherically compressed, will only form a black hole whenever all parts of the

  • Q : Define Josephson effects Josephson

    Josephson effects (B.D. Josephson; 1962): Electrical effects examined whenever two superconducting materials are separated by a thin layer of the insulating substance.

  • Q : Define Kilogram or SI unit of mass

    Kilogram: kg: The basic SI unit of mass that is the only SI unit still maintained by a physical artifact: a platinum-iridium bar reserved in the International Bureau of Weights and Measures at Sevres, France.

  • Q : What is Causality principle Causality

    Causality principle: The principle which cause must always precede effect. More properly, when an event A ("the cause") somehow persuades an event B ("the effect") that take

  • Q : Characteristics of electronics what is

    what is the characteristics of electronics ?

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