## The Boltzmann Entropy Formula

So just two equations left in 'Month of Equations' series this year. In the penultimate equation, I will discuss the meaning of entropy, not in thermodynamics but…… Read more "The Boltzmann Entropy Formula"

## The Fermi-Dirac Distribution In Physics

A number of people sitting in a room or a number of students sit in a class follow a particular seating arrangement. Similar to this, assume that…… Read more "The Fermi-Dirac Distribution In Physics"

## Energy-Time Uncertainty

In quantum mechanics, the uncertainty principle is undoubtedly one of the most famous concept. It is basically a mathematical inequality which puts a fundamental limit to the precision…… Read more "Energy-Time Uncertainty"

## Bose-Einstein Distribution Function

Statistical mechanics is that branch of Physics that considers how the overall behavior of a system of many particles is related to the properties of particles themselves.…… Read more "Bose-Einstein Distribution Function"

## Second Law of Thermodynamics In Physics

I had saved this for the last phase of Month of Equations series this year. I want you to understand this law fundamentally and appreciate its beauty.…… Read more "Second Law of Thermodynamics In Physics"

## Schwarzschild Radius In General Relativity

In our Universe, every massive object is associated with five physical quantities. These are the inertial mass, rest mass energy, Compton wavelength, Schwarzschild radius and the standard…… Read more "Schwarzschild Radius In General Relativity"

## First Law of Thermodynamics

The word "therm" means "heat" and "dynamics" means "Flow". Hence, thermodynamics means the "flow of heat". Thermodynamics is a branch of physics. It deals with the conversion…… Read more "First Law of Thermodynamics"

## Understanding The Dirac Equation In Physics

Quantum Mechanics and General Theory of Relativity are the two main pillars of Physics. These are one of the most successful theories that have stood various tests…… Read more "Understanding The Dirac Equation In Physics"