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Blackbody Radiation

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... about 20 microns was observed from dust, etc. in the ecliptic plane . Treating it as bla-ckbody radiation and using the Wien displacement law , an effective temperature of about 145 K was obtained for this solar system debris. Some ...


Pressure

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... sink more rapidly. But the buoyant force on each is the same because of identical pres-sure environments and equal water displacement. The difference in behavior comes from the comparison of that buoyant force with the weight of the object. ...


Pendulum

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... Go Back Pendulum Motion The motion of a simple pendulum is like simple harmonic motion in that the equation for the angular displacement is Show which is the same form as the motion of a mass on a spring: The anglular frequency of the ...


Sound and Periodic Motion

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... undergo simple harmonic motion when released. A mass on a spring is the standard example of such periodic motion . If the displacement of the mass is plotted as a function of time, it will trace out a pure sine wave. It turns out that the ...


Slit Interference

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... Slit Interference Displacement y = (Order m x Wavelength x Distance D )/( slit separation d ) For double slit separation d = micrometers = x10^ m and light wavelength λ = nm at order m = , on a screen at distance D = cm the displacement ...


Basic Properties of Vectors

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... Common textbook representations of vectors include boldfaced letters and boldface with an arrow above them. For example a displacement vector of 30 meters east could be repre-sented in a variety of ways: The magnitude of the vector might be ...


Sound and Periodic Motion

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... cycle, T in seconds/cycle Frequency : the number of cycles per second, f in 1/seconds or Hertz (Hz) Amplitude : the maximum displacement from equilibrium A and if the periodic motion is in the form of a traveling wave , one needs also ...


Sound and Periodic Motion

hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/Hbase/soushm.html

... undergo simple harmonic motion when released. A mass on a spring is the standard example of such periodic motion . If the displacement of the mass is plotted as a function of time, it will trace out a pure sine wave. It turns out that the ...


Pendulum

hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/Hbase/pend.html

... Go Back Pendulum Motion The motion of a simple pendulum is like simple harmonic motion in that the equation for the angular displacement is Show which is the same form as the motion of a mass on a spring: The anglular frequency of the ...


Transverse and Longitudinal Waves

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Transverse and Longitudinal Waves Transverse Waves For transverse waves the displac-ement of the medium is perpendicular to the direction of propagation of the wave. A ripple on a pond and a wave on a string are easily visualized transverse ...


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