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Electromagnetism - Faraday's discovery of electric induction ...


A wire from the second coil was extended to a compass needle a metre away, ... of the compass needle and its immediate return to its original position. ... Faraday's thinking was permeated by the concept of electric and magnetic lines of force. ... The final steps in synthesizing electricity and magnetism into one coherent ...


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1.3: Accuracy, Precision, and Significant Figures - Physics LibreTexts


Oct 25, 2020 ... You measure the length of the paper three times and obtain the ... Usually an object with unknown mass is placed in one pan and ... This indicates a low precision, high accuracy measuring system. ... is an uncertainty in anything calculated from measured quantities. ... 1.2: Physical Quantities and Units.


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What is the best way to practice problem solving skills? - Quora


Problem solving requires deep or new thinking and it's a hard job because brain has to deal with complexity. Problem solving is as old skill as human ...


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Speed of light - Wikipedia


The speed of light in vacuum, commonly denoted c, is a universal physical constant important in many areas of physics. Its exact value is defined as 299792 458 ...


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It is obviously true that precise measurements of physical quantities are crucial for scientific advancement. The following are examples of modem science, where precise measurements play an important role:

1) The electron microscope uses a wavelength 0.2 A^{^0} electron beam to examine very minute structures such as bacteria, microbes and solid crystal.

2) We must calculate time to a precision of 1 micro second  during the launch of a satellite using a space launch system rocket system.

3) We need an accuracy of 10-^{-15} m to estimate nuclear sizes. We should have an accuracy of 10-^{-30} kg and so on in measuring atomic masses using mass spectrographs.

4) The precise measurement of distances in the Michelson-Morley Interferometer helped to reject the concept of hypothetical medium ether and to develop Einstein's theory of relativity.

5) Ultra-shot laser pulses are used to calculate time intervals ( 14^{-15} seconds)  in a variety of physical and chemical processes.