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Steiner's theorem, also known as the parallel axis theorem, finds this quantity Moment of Inertia (not inertia)
Its conservation leads to an orbiting body increasing its velocity when closer to the Body it is orbiting, the result seen in Kepler's second law. Angular Momentum
Rotational analogue of mass, I Moment of Inertia (not inertia)
This property must differ for two electrons in the same orbital. (Pauli Exclusion Principle) Spin
Its derivative with respect to time is torque Angular Momentum
This quantity is unchanged according to the Stretch Rule. Moment of Inertia (not inertia)
A measure of a body’s resistance to changes in its rotation Moment of Inertia (not inertia)
It is equal to the product of moment of inertia and angular velocity. Angular Momentum
The rotational analog of momentum. Denoted L Angular Momentum
Evidence for it came from the Stern-Gerlach Experiment. Spin
The angular momentum of a sub-atomic particle. Spin
The De Broglie Wavelength equals Plank's constant divided by this. (Or this equals Plank's Constant divided by wavelength) (linear)momentum
Usually represented by "p". Product of mass and velocity. (linear)momentum
Change in this quantity is called impulse (linear)momentum
conserved in elastic and inelastic collisions (linear)momentum
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