## Lecher Line – Viva Questions

Intro-This is probably my longest post till date, and took me a lot of time to write it. Especially all the research that…

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# Category: Physics

## Lecher Line – Viva Questions

## Hydrogen – Relativistic Correction

## Chemical Properties of Elements in CSV file

## Harmonic Oscillator – Relativistic Correction

## Periodic Table elements Electronic Shell Configuration Diagrams/Figures

## Velocity of Sound in Air – Viva Questions

## Hellman-Feynman Theorem and its Applications – Quantum Mechanics

## Expectation Value of 1/r for Hydrogen using Virial Theorem -Quantum Mechanics

## Polynomial Fitting – JAVA Code/Program (works on Android as well)

## C++ Program for Determinant of a Matrix using Gauss Elimination

Physics Concepts, Physics Questions, Numericals and discussions

Intro-This is probably my longest post till date, and took me a lot of time to write it. Especially all the research that…

Read MoreIn this post, I will use the stationary(time-independent) first order perturbation theory, to find out the relativistic correction to the Energy of the…

Read MoreRecently I needed to collect a lot of properties of the elements of the Periodic Table for an Android app that I was…

Read MoreIn this post, I will use the stationary(time-independent) first order perturbation theory, to find out the relativistic correction to the Energy of the…

Read MoreI recently parsed the Wikimedia for the electronic shell diagrams of the elements of the periodic table, for an app that I was…

Read MoreThe following are a few commonly asked questions for the experiment, where you measure the speed of sound using CRO. What are the…

Read MoreHellman-Feynman Theorem investigates how the energy of a system varies as the Hamiltonian varies. If a system is characterised by a Hamiltonian that…

Read MoreIn this post we will be evaluating the expectation value of 1/r : using the Virial Theorem, that we proved and talked about…

Read MoreOkay, so the following is a code for fitting a polynomial to a given set of data using the Least Squares Approximation Method(Wikipedia). I…

Read MoreSo I wrote a code for Gaussian Elimination to solve a system of linear equations a while ago. But recently learned that it…

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