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ACF Physics

Physics

Rindler observer near Cauchy horizon. Unruh effect. Pair production right outside black hole. One falls in and other falls out. AKA Bekenstein. Hawking radiation
Any # whose Poisson bracket w/ it is 0 is also a constant of the motion. it is the operator for which eigenvalues or states are sought in the Schrodinger equation.represented by h or h-hat. named for 19th C.irish mathematician who discovered quaternions. Hamiltonian
Cauchy expanded its anisotropic form to three dimensional bodies, making use of a compliance matrix and its inverse.It states that stress is directly proportional to strain. f equals negative k x.used to describe the spring in springs. Hooke's law
AmpĂ¨re's Law
angular momentum
antiferromagnetism
Auger effect
Balmer series
Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer theory
Seebeck effect
time dilation
tokamaks
top quark
torque
total internal reflection
turbulent flow or turbulence
universal gravitational constant or G
Van de Graaff Generator
viscosity
vorticity
Wheatstone bridge
Zeeman Effect
Aberration
Albert Einstein
alpha particles
Bernoulli's equation
beta decay
birefringence (or double refringence)
Born approximations
Bose-Einstein Condensate
Bragg's law
Brownian motion
bubble chamber
capacitance
Carl Friedrich Gauss
Casimir effect
chirality
cold fusion
Compton Effect
convection
Cooper pairs
Coriolis force or effect
Correspondence principle
Count Rumford
CP-violation or charge-parity violation
Davisson-Germer experiment
dielectric constant
Doppler effect [or Doppler shift]
Ehrenfest's theorem
electric field
electrons
Enrico Fermi
Ernst Mach
Evangelista Torricelli
Felix Bloch
ferromagnetism
Franck-Condon principle
Franck-Hertz experiment
Fraunhofer lines
friction
Gauss' law [of electricity
general relativity [prompt on relativity
George Gamow
Gustav Kirchhoff
Hall effect
Hans Bethe
Hans Christian Oersted
harmonic oscillator
Hartree-Fock self-consistent field method
Heisenberg uncertainty principle
Hermann von Helmholtz
Huygens' Principle
index of refraction
inductance
interferometer
J/psi particle
Kaluza-Klein theory
kinetic energy
Lagrangian
Lamb shift
Lev Landau
linear momentum
Lorentz-Fitzgerald contraction
Ludwig Boltzmann
Mach number
magnetic field
magnetic moment
magnetic monopole
mass
Mass Spectrometer
Max von Laue
Maxwell's Demon
Meissner effect
moment of inertia
momentum
Mossbauer Effect
muon (or mu lepton, or mu particle)
Navier-Stokes equation
neutrino
neutron
NMR or nuclear magnetic resonance
nuclear fission
nuclear magnetic resonance
Ohm's Law
Osborne Reynolds
Paschen-Back effect
Pauli exclusion principle
perturbation theory
Peter Debye
phonons
photoelectric effect
piezoelectricity
Pion or Pi meson
Poiseuille's equation
polarization
positron
Poynting vector
Precession
quantum computer
Quantum Hall Effect
quantum tunneling
Quark-gluon Plasma
Raman effect
Rayleigh scattering
redshift
Reynolds number
Richard Feynman
Robert Hooke
semiconductors
simple harmonic oscillator
spin
Stark effect
stress-energy tensor
superconductivity [or superconductors]
superfluidity
supersymmetry
surface tension
tachyons
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