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Educational posts for Physicists and Physics enthusiasts
Mirror Mazes are amazing. They produce intricate optical illusions of various grandeur. Irrespective of the complex structures they produce, all the mirror mazes are based on the simple Physics of geometrical optics, i.e. the laws of reflection. Two plane mirrors, inclined to each other at some angle, creating multiple images… Read More »Understanding Inclined Plane Mirrors
This is a series of articles intended to educate aspiring astronomers about observational and theoretical Astronomy. Our discussion will range from the basic unaided techniques to the frontiers of ongoing Astronomical research which will include fun Mathematics and Physics involved in Astronomy. Advanced technologies and engineering methods prevalent in modern… Read More »Per Aspera Ad Astra (Part 1)
This tutorial is based on the previous lecture post. It is recommended that you go through the lecture post before continuing with the tutorial. Question: A uniform electric field of strength $E$ acts parallel to the positive Y-axis. A uniform magnetic field of strength $B$ acts parallel to the positive… Read More »Combined E&M fields – Tutorial
This post is categorized as ‘Lecture’ because, even if it is based on a single problem, some important concepts of Physics are illustrated in this. Question: A uniform electric field of strength $E$ acts parallel to the positive Y-axis. A uniform magnetic field of strength $B$ acts parallel to the… Read More »Charged Particle in Coexisting Electric and Magnetic Fields
This post is categorized as ‘Lecture’ because, even if it is based on a single problem, some important concepts of Physics are illustrated in this. Question: A bead of mass $m$ is embedded to a horizontal long massless thin wire such that the bead is free to move along the… Read More »Bead embedded to a rotating wire