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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.
Sievert: Sv: The derived SI unit of dose equivalent, stated as the absorbed dose of the ionizing radiation multiplied by internationally-agreed-upon dimensionless weights, as various kinds of ionizing radiation cause various kinds of damage in the liv
Assuming that ground stations are equally distributed on the Earth, how many ground stations are required to maintain constant contact with a spacecraft at 750 km altitude, and 72 degrees inclination?
Uniformity principle (E.P. Hubble): The principle which the laws of physics here and now are not dissimilar, at least qualitatively, from the laws of physics in preceding or future epochs of time, or somewhere else in the Universe. This principle was
Permeability of free space: magnetic constant: mu_0: The ratio of the magnetic flux density in the substance to the external field strength for vacuum. It is equivalent to 4 pi x 10^{-7 }H/m.
Mole: mol: The basic SI unit of substance, stated as the quantity of substance which contains as many elementary units (that is, atoms, molecules, ions, and so forth) as there are atoms in 0.012 kg of carbon-12.
Whenever a radar gun states the pitch is 90 miles per hour at what point in the balls travel to home plate is the radar gun evaluating the velocity?
why rockets are also called as projectile
Spin-orbit effect: The effect that causes atomic energy levels to be split since electrons contain intrinsic angular momentum (that is spin) in summation to their extrinsic orbital angular momentum.
Bell's inequality (J.S. Bell; 1964) - The quantum mechanical theorem that explains that if the quantum mechanics were to rely on the hidden variables, it should have non-local properties.
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