## application of gauss''s law, Physics

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#### Classes of magnetic materials: ferromagnetism, When you think of magnetic m...

When you think of magnetic materials, you possibly think of nickel, iron or magnetite. Distinct to paramagnetic materials, the atomic moments in these materials show very strong in

Define Adiabatic Atmospheres (Boston, Maryland)? The lower 10-15 km of the troposphere, the atmosphere, is often in a convective stable state with constant entropy, not constan

#### Evaluate intensity ratio, Two waves of equal frequency have amplitudes...

Two waves of equal frequency have amplitudes 2 units and 3 units respectively. When they superpose coherently the intensity of the resultant wave is I 1 . The intens

#### Illustrate bio-savart law, Illustrate Bio-Savart law. Describe instantaneou...

Illustrate Bio-Savart law. Describe instantaneous, rms, and maximum values of a current.

#### Determine dielectric constant of vacuum, Dielectric constant of vacuum is ...

Dielectric constant of vacuum is (A) Infinity. (B) 100. (C) One. (D) Zero. Ans: Dielectric constant of vacuum is one.

#### Motion, is door a example of translatory motion

is door a example of translatory motion

#### Compute the reactance of capacitor, Q. A capacitor of capacitance 2 μF is i...

Q. A capacitor of capacitance 2 μF is in an ac circuit of 1000 Hz. Compute the reactance of it. Solution: Capacitive reactance XC        = 1 / ω C = 1 / 2π ν C =

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#### Explain Resonance, Resonance When the frequency of driving force become...

Resonance When the frequency of driving force become equal to the natural frequency of an oscillating system, the driving force provides maximum energy and the oscillating syst

#### Applications of Newton's Laws - I, APPLICATIONS OF NEWTON'S LAWS - I   ...

APPLICATIONS OF NEWTON'S LAWS - I   1. The conclusion from F = ma is that if F = 0 then a = 0 ! quite easy! yet how powerful ! This says that for anybody which is no