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  1. ... the chances that it will be absorbed and reemmited by electrons traveling through...empty space, it's boundaries are well defined by the electron cloud.

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 22 Apr 07:33

  2. ... in the mirror. If it is absorbed , it will promote an electron to a higher excited state - a transition between 2 very precisely defined energy levels - and cease to exist. The...

    3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 12 May 00:05

  3. I think the definition of a pigment is that the colour is defined as the wavelength of light that it reflects. There is another...

    4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 05 Jan 13:28

  4. ...have gained kinetic energy. There are a few ways of defining temperature, such as in terms of the average kinetic energy of freely moving...

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 25 Jan 14:44

  5. ...theorem shows that the way intensity is DEFINED , it is CONSERVED along a ray, at least...if the medium has some scattering or absorbing opacity in it.) So a TECHNICALLY...

    3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 12 May 13:04

  6. ...2609964.9 - 138992.2 = 2470972.7 J <=======(1) 2) work can be defined as the change in kinetic energy so we already know the work done. Power...

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  7. ... gives conductors their defining qualities, such as their ability to conduct electricity and heat, their ability to absorb light, and their opacity. If the Fermi...

    4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 30 Sep 17:42

  8. ...translate to units of work, which is always defined in terms of forces and the distances... forces upon the particles that absorb the radiation. Similarly, a system may transfer energy...

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  9. ... of physics, in particular the problem of defining a sensible quantum theory of gravity. Studies of string...would appear as particles emitting and absorbing other particles, presumably giving rise to...

    12 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 26 Jul 21:36

  10. ...by movements sometimes, but it is not defined by them. Slowing a light ray down would...matter so where do they go? The light is absorbed by the walls of the room, and typically will be...

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 14 Jul 08:23

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