Physics-QA472

Physics-QA472 Online Services   Rechargeable Battery Capacity Testing and it’s Methods   Abstract—The new gadgets like Laptops, tablets, mobiles, smart pads and many more are the example of such fast pacing development that are done in technological areas. To continue with these gadgets, energy is the most influential source that is require. We use ...
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physiscs-QA463

physiscs-QA463 Online Services Executive Summary   In this fast pacing world of technology, the trends are changing every day. The new gadgets have arisen that changes the face of technology. iPads, Laptops, Vehicles and many computer systems also can be included in the success of modernization.   One thing is common in all such aggravating technolog...
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Physiscs-QA462

Physiscs-QA462 Online Services   Chapter 1   Introduction   Most of the rechargeable batteries drain away quickly after some number of recharge cycles. There is a need for the user to know whether his/her battery has sufficient capacity to perform to the required expectation. Rechargeable battery Tester analyzes the battery capacity and...
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Physics-QA135

Physics-QA135 Online Services   These questions are designed to assess your understanding of the whole module, in particular the parts not assessed by the other exercises.   All questions carry equal marks. Make sure you use SI units even where I do not and answer to 3 significant figures. Write your answer on this sheet in the boxes provided unless otherw...
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Physics-QA235

Physics-QA235 Online Services   Wave Particle Duality and Uncertainty Principle   1.) A small stone has a mass of 1g or 0.001kg. The stone is moving with a speed of 12,000m/s (roughly the escape speed). The Planck’s constant h is 6.6 × 10-34 J•s. (where 1 J•s = kg•m2/s).   a. What is wavelength of the stone? b. Comment on why we do not “see” t...
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