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#### Related Questions in Physics

• ##### Q :Explain Poisson equation and Poisson

Explain Poisson equation and Poisson spot:

Poisson equation (S.D. Poisson): The differential form of Gauss' law, that is,

div E = rho,

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• ##### Q :What do you mean by the term geocentric

What do you mean by the term geocentric? Briefly describe it.

• ##### Q :What do you understand by the term

What do you understand by the term Ambient Reflection? And also write down its characteristic?

• ##### Q :What MeV in MeV photon signify What

What does MeV in MeV photon signify? Briefly describe it.

• ##### Q :Define Le Chateliers principle Le

Le Chatelier's principle (H. Le Chatelier; 1888): When a system is in equilibrium, then any modification imposed on the system tends to shift the equilibrium state to decrease the consequence of that applied change.

• ##### 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 :Explain Uncertainty principle

Uncertainty principle (W. Heisenberg; 1927): A principle, central to the quantum mechanics that states which two complementary parameters (like energy and time, position and momentum, or angular momentum and angular displacement) can’t both be r

• ##### Q :Explain Drake equation Drake equation

Drake equation (F. Drake; 1961): The method of estimating the number of intelligent, scientific species (that is, able to communicate with other species) in subsistence in our space.

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• ##### Q :Define Lux or SI unit of the illuminance

Lux: lx: The derived SI unit of the illuminance equivalent to the illuminance generated by a luminous flux of 1 lm distributed consistently over a region of 1 m2; it therefore has units of lm/m2.

• ##### Q :Define Steradian or SI unit of solid

Steradian: sr: The supplementary SI unit of solid angle stated as the solid central angle of a sphere which encloses a surface on the sphere equivalent to the square of the sphere's radius.