## electrostatic force and gravitational force, Physics

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compare the electrostatic force between two protons to the gravitational force acting on them?

#### Spectrum, Show that the spectrum of thermal radiation for T ¼ 300K peaks at...

Show that the spectrum of thermal radiation for T ¼ 300K peaks at approximately 10 microns Minimum 100 words accepted

#### Scientific principle behind a laser, Scientific principle behind a laser: ...

Scientific principle behind a laser: The basic scientific principle behind a laser was first put forward by Dr. Charles H. Towns in 1954 which later led to the development

#### Lami''s theorem and sine rule, a uniform sphere of mass 2kg is kept in a fi...

a uniform sphere of mass 2kg is kept in a fixed position by two strings AB and CD. AB is horizontal and CD is inclined at 30° to the vertical. calculate the tension in each string.

#### Ray optics, a tiny air bubble inside a glass slab appears to be 6 cm deep w...

a tiny air bubble inside a glass slab appears to be 6 cm deep when viewed from one side and 4 cm deep when viewed from other side. find the thickness of slab

#### 2-point source interference changing wavelength, 2-Point Source Interferenc...

2-Point Source Interference Changing Wavelength The intrusion of two sets of circular waves along with the similar frequency and the similar amplitude results within a standing

#### What is gravity, What is Gravity Gravity is a force which holds you in ...

What is Gravity Gravity is a force which holds you in your seat. If I pull the chair out from under you, what will take place? Ouch! Gravity fast pulls you down to the floor. I

#### Penetration power of proton, Penetration power of proton is: (1)More than ...

Penetration power of proton is: (1)More than electron     (2)Less than electron   (3)More than neutron (4)None Ans:(2)Less than electron

#### Characteristics of resistance in parallel, Characteristics of Resistance in...

Characteristics of Resistance in parallel: Different amount of current passing by each resistance. i.e. I = I1 + I2 + I3 + I4 ........ The potential difference across every