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Complementarity principle (N. Bohr): The principle that a specified system can’t exhibit both wave-like behavior and particle-like behavior at similar time. That is, some experiments will reveal the wave-like nature of a system,
Define Kelvin or basic SI unit of thermodynamic temperature: Kelvin: K (after Lord Kelvin, 1824-1907): The basic SI unit of thermodynamic temperature stated as 1/273.16 of the thermodynamic temperature of triple point of the water.
Determinism principle: The principle that when one knows the state to an unlimited accuracy of a system at one point in time, one would be capable to predict the state of that system with unlimited accuracy at any other time, past or the future. For i
Gauss' law (K.F. Gauss): The electric flux via a closed surface is proportional to the arithmetical sum of electric charges contained in that closed surface; in its differential form,
div E = rho,
Trojan points: L4 and L5 are the two dynamically stable Lagrange points (that is, beneath certain conditions).
Centrifugal pseudo force: A pseudo force which takes place whenever one is moving in uniform circular motion. One feels a "force" directed outward from the center of the motion.
what's the unit of Curie constant and how to calculate Bohr magneton from the plot of 1/Khi vs Temperature(K)?
Briefly illustrate all the Newton s laws of motion?
Fermat's principle: principle of least time (P. de Fermat): The principle, put onward by P. de Fermat that explains the path taken by a ray of light among any two points in a system is for all time the path which takes the least time.
Rayleigh-Jeans law: For a blackbody at the thermodynamic temperature T, the radiance R over a range of frequencies between the nu and nu + dnu is specified by:
R = 2 pi nu^{2} k T/c^{2}.<
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