Physics Assignement

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#### Related Questions in Physics

• ##### Q :What is Eotvos law of capillarity

Eotvos law of capillarity (Baron L. von Eotvos; c. 1870): The surface tension gamma of a liquid is associated to its temperature T, the liquid's critical temperature, T*, and its density rho by:

gamma ~=

• ##### Q :Kirchhoffs rules or Loop rule or Point

Explain Kirchhoff's rules or Kirchhoff's Loop rule and Point rule?

Kirchhoff's rules (G.R. Kirchhoff)

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• ##### Q :Why tea kettle sing What is the reason

What is the reason that the tea kettle sing? Briefly state the reason.

• ##### Q :What is Peltier effect Peltier effect

Peltier effect (J.C.A. Peltier; 1834): The modification in temperature produced at a junction among the two dissimilar metals or semiconductors whenever an electric current passes through the junction.

• ##### Q :Define Copernican principle Copernican

Copernican principle (N. Copernicus): The idea, recommended by Copernicus, that the Sun, not the Earth, is at the center of the earth. We now know that neither idea is accurate (that is, the Sun is not even situated at the center of o

• ##### 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.

• ##### Q :What is Gaia hypothesis Gaia hypothesis

Gaia hypothesis (J. Lovelock, 1969): The thought that the Earth as an entire must be regarded as a living organism and that biological procedures stabilize the atmosphere.

• ##### Q :What is balmer series Balmer series (J.

Balmer series (J. Balmer; 1885): An equation that explains the emission spectrum of hydrogen whenever an electron is jumping to the next orbital; four of the lines are in visible spectrum, and the remainder (residue) are in the ultraviolet.

• ##### Q :Velocity of the particle Determine the

Determine the Velocity of the particle in terms of component veocities?

• ##### Q :Explain Chronology protection conjecture

Chronology protection conjecture (S.W. Hawking): The notion that the formation of any closed time like curve will (automatically) involuntarily be destroyed by the quantum fluctuations as soon as it is made. In another words, the quan