## Normalization In Quantum Mechanics

Today I will discuss yet another important concept of quantum mechanics. This concept is known as the normalization of a wavefunction and is very easy to understand. Today's equation will be short and I hope …

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## Bekenstein Entropy Formula

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## Faraday's Law In Electrodynamics

## Ampere's Circuital Law and its meaning

## Mathematics Behind Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle.

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## Rutherford Scattering Formula

## Plasma Frequency And Its Meaning

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## The Gauss' Law In Electrodynamics | Month of Equations

Today I will discuss yet another important concept of quantum mechanics. This concept is known as the normalization of a wavefunction and is very easy to understand. Today's equation will be short and I hope …

Black holes! Who does not want to talk about them? So today, in the 20th article of our Month of Equation series, we will touch upon a formula that explains the thermodynamics of these mysterious …

What would you do if you are on a ship to some other country? Surely most of us won't be sitting with a pencil in hand and writing equations on a piece of paper. But …

Meaning of Equation: Considered as one of the most important equation that changed the course of history, the Maxwell Faraday is equation is a differential equation that relates that beautifully relates the changing magnetic flux …

In the 1820s, Ampere first identified that all magnetic effects are caused by the charged particles in motion, i.e., current. Just as the role played by the Gauss's law in electrostatics, in magnetostatics is the …

They say quantum mechanics is weird. What is weirder is the mathematical formulation of this subject. The mathematics of quantum mechanics can be divided into two forms: wave mechanics and matrix mechanics. Out of these …

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Do you remember the working principle of desert coolers? Why do the places close to the sea have a moderate climate? Now, both of these phenomena have something to do with water. If you remember, …

Before 1909, the only image that one had in his mind about an atom was that of plums in a pudding. However, in 1909, a revolutionary experiment took place. Undoubtedly, this experiment was powerful enough …

When you throw a stone in a pond of calm water, what do you observe? Yes, you are right-ripples on the water surface that propagate outwards from the point where the stone had hit the …

Every professional has his own set of tools. A mechanic, an electrician, a fire fighter etc. all have their own tools with which they work. What tools does an astronomer use? The answer to this …

Today, it's the turn of the eleventh term in our Month of Equations series. Coming to the behavior of charged particles, we have discussed two equations in this regime till now, the Poisson's equation and …

In the previous equation, we discussed the Gauss' law in magnetism. That law showed us there are no magnetic monopoles. Today we visit the cousin of this law, Gauss' law in electrodynamics and see what …

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