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Technology Physics Electromagnetism Electromagnetic radiation Electric current Electron Magnetic field Spintronics Atomic theory Quantum electrodynamics Leptons Bosons Wave–particle duality
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= /(2 )2 Negative GPE: Attraction drops to 0 only at infinity i.e. infinity = 0 GPE. Gravity is attractive so work must be done on object to move it from point x to infinity, that is, against the field so it gained GPE. But GPE at 0 = infinity therefore GPE at x = negative. Projectile: Galileo- Motion regarded as two separate independent motions superimposed. Vertical subject to gravity, horizontal no acceleration. Perpendicular so can be treated separately. Escape Velocity: Newton- Keep throwing rock faster and faster until earth curves away beneath it and it never lands. Apply this to vertical throw, at certain speed it no longer lands. Momentum of Rocket: The law states the total momentum of system remains unchanged. I.e. during launch, momentum of gases = forward momentum of rocket. I.e. –delta Pgas = delt...
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