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  • Q : What is Speed of light Speed of light

    Speed of light (in vacuo): c: The speed at which the electromagnetic radiation spreads in a vacuum; it is stated as 299 792 458 m/s.

  • Q : What is Wave-particle duality

    Wave-particle duality: The principle of quantum mechanics that entails that light (and, certainly, all other subatomic particles) at times act similar to a wave, and sometime act similar to a particle, based on the experiment you are executing. For ex

  • Q : What is Maxwells demon Maxwell's demon

    Maxwell's demon (J.C. Maxwell): A contemplation experiment describing the concepts of entropy. We contain a container of gas that is partitioned into two equivalent sides; each side is in thermal equilibrium with the other. The walls and the separatio

  • Q : Describe the applications of the nmr

    Briefly describe the applications of the nmr spectroscopy?

  • Q : What is Edwards-Casimir quantum vacuum

    What is Edwards-Casimir quantum vacuum drive: The hypothetical drive developing the peculiarities of quantum mechanics by restricting permitting wavelengths of the virtual photons on one side of the drive (that is the bow of the ship); the pressure pr

  • Q : What is Ultraviolet catastrophe

    Ultraviolet catastrophe: It is the shortcoming of Rayleigh-Jeans formula that attempted to explain the radiance of a blackbody at different frequencies of the electromagnetic spectrum. This was clearly wrong since as the frequency rose, the radiance r

  • Q : What is Hubble constant Hubble constant

    Hubble constant: H0 (E.P. Hubble; 1925): The constant that determines the relationship among the distance to a galaxy and its velocity of recession due to the growth of the Universe. As the Universe is self-gravitating, it is not trut

  • Q : Explain Keplers laws or Keplers

    Explain Keplers laws or Keplers first law, second law and third law?

    Kepler's laws (J. Kepler)

    Kepler's first

  • Q : Define Brackett series Brackett series

    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.

  • Q : What do you mean by the term fusion

    What do you mean by the term fusion reaction?

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