Momentum p is equal to mass multiplied by velocity.p = mv Impulse ∆p is equal to force F multiplied by the time interval ∆t = t₂ - t₁. Where t₁ is the time at the beginning of the measurement and t₂ is the time at the end of the measurement. ∆p = F∆t Further reading:Difference … Continue reading Difference between impulse and momentum.
We all know that our skin gets hot when we are exposed to direct sunlight. This is because energy, in the form of ultraviolet photons (quantized packets of light which are oscillating within the ultraviolet wavelength range) emitted by the Earth's Sun, get absorbed by electrons in the electron clouds surrounding atomic nuclei, located within … Continue reading Many Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics Bloopers – Revised March 23, 2019
S = πAkc³/2hG Where, S = Entropy of a Black Hole A = Area of the Event Horizon k = Boltzman's Constant c = Speed of Light h = Planck's Constant G = Newton's Constant G = 6.674 08 x 10⁻¹¹ m³·kg⁻¹·s⁻² h = 6.626 075 5 x 10⁻³⁴ J·s h = 4.135 669 2 … Continue reading Entropy of a Black Hole
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The dihydrogen cation consists of 2 electrons(leptons (-1 e) + (-1 e) = -2 e) and 1 proton(uud = (+2/3 e) + (+2/3 e) + (-1/3 e) = +1 e), so where does all of the extra energy during a violently explosive exothermic chemical reaction involving dihyrdrogen cation fuel come from? Do you suppose the … Continue reading Energies of Liquid Hydrogen Exploding and Expanding
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