Category: Physics

Prime Archives in Internal Waves

Internal waves are a type of saltwater movement that transports energy from the ocean’s upper layer to the deep layer, then transports the cooler deep-layer seawater together with nutrients to the warmer shallow layer, allowing organisms to survive and reproduce. The internal wave causes the isodensity surface to fluctuate,...
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Basics of Nuclear Radiation

The first chapter of this book discusses nuclear radiation’s history, while the second and third chapters discuss nuclear radiation’s origins and forms. The X-ray was discussed in further depth in Chapter 4. Chapters five, six, and seven covered radiation amount, radiation interaction with matter, and radioisotopes, respectively. The usage...
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On the Evolution of Universe Using Relativistic Cosmology

The geodesic equation is developed using calculus of variations for the collision region of two gravitationally coupled structures A and B. A method for calculating any conceivable curvature of universe beyond observable flat cosmos is discussed using the geodesic equation derived for the collision region of A and B....
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Application of Quantum Mechanical Calculations and Symmetry in Chemistry; Vibration Frequencies, Corrosion Inhibition and Prodrugs

The principles of nature are the sole foundation for ab initio quantum chemistry: Molecular modelling methods that can accurately predict structures, energetics, reactivity, and other features of molecules have been created over the last two decades. Computational chemistry does not replace experimental studies, but it does play an important...
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News Update on Electromagnetic : July 21

[1] Controlling Electromagnetic Fields Using the freedom of design that metamaterials provide, we show how electromagnetic fields can be redirected at will and propose a design strategy. The conserved fields—electric displacement field D, magnetic induction field B, and Poynting vector B—are all displaced in a consistent manner. A simple illustration is given...
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Physics of Entropy, Radiation and Gravitating Matter with Examples of General and Analytical Solutions

The book includes ten papers that examine the physical backgrounds and mathematical simulations of entropy growth, radiation peculiarities, and the model of gravitational matter from the perspective of phenomenological analysis in the frameworks of classical Galileo-Newton mechanics, Coulomb-Maxwell electrodynamics, and Euler-Boltzmann gas dynamics. The mathematical description is based on...
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Conservation Laws in Modern Physics with Technical Applications

Our book’s main goal is to demonstrate the profound unity of different branches of physics at the level of conservation laws and the medium state equation. Classical mechanics, gas and fluid dynamics, relativistic theory, thermodynamics, statistical and quantum physics are all explored in this path. The book is divided...
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Understanding the Theory of Special Relativity

A characteristic of the formation process of Einstein’s theory of special relativity is the process of coherence between component theories in a conceptual frame growing by assumptions or premises acting as axioms to extract new theoretical theses. The first section of this book is intended to suggest, through this...
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