If you are a fan of cosplay, props and hand built creations you can’t miss the work of James Bruton. Based in Uk he’s got a personal project YouTube channel with a new video every week describing his work in details. At the end of June he posted the 34th “episode” of the project started nearly a year ago about building an Iron Man Hulkbuster giant suit you can actually wear!
Schrödinger’s wave equation:
The heart of quantum mechanics is the Schrödinger’s wave equation, a description of the wave properties of an electron. In Cartesian coordinates, one form of the wave equation looks like this:
Where ψ is the wave function, ħ = h/2π and h is Planck’s constant, m is mass of the electron, Ze2 is the nuclear charge, and E is energy.
The wave functions for an atom with a single electron have three index numbers called quantum numbers. These indices allow a set of solutions to share the same form and yet allow each solution to be unique. A set of quantum numbers is sort of like a finger print: even though you have the same basic form as other human beings, you are unique and you have a unique finger print. Your finger print isn’t what makes you an individual, but it is a way to differentiate you from others. A set of quantum numbers doesn’t make an orbital, but it allows us to distinguish among them. But a set of quantum numbers is more than just an identifier. Their values give us information about the shape and orientation of the probability density.
Atoms are the foundation of chemistry. They are the basis for everything in the Universe. As you know, matter is composed of atoms. Solids are made of densely packed atoms while gases have atoms that are spread out. We’re going to cover basics like atomic structure and bonding between atoms. As you learn more, you can move to the reactions and biochemistry pages and see how atoms form compounds that help the biological world survive.
Before we move on to solving circuits and designing projects. I would suggest you guys to have a good go through the various Electronics Symbols you need to have a go through. Some of which have been provided here.
Well, A post after a very long time and on my favorite topic – “ATOMMS!!”. I will be elaborating on the basics of the atoms. Known to be as the physical building block of the universe based on matter (To be on side which has been decided and established.), each of atoms consists of proton, neutron and electrons, each of their charge has been discussed in Charge & Quanta.
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the most powerful particle accelerator ever built. Based at the European particle physics laboratory CERN, near Geneva in Switzerland, it is the world’s largest laboratory and is dedicated to the pursuit of fundamental science.
Kirchoff’s Circuit Law
We have seen that most linear circuits obey Ohm’s Law. However, sometimes in complex circuits such as bridge or T networks, we can not simply use Ohm’s Law alone to find the voltage or current circulating within the circuit. For such types of calculations, we need certain rules, which allow us to obtain the circuit equations and for this we may use Kirchoff’s Circuit Law.
In 1845, a German physicist, Gustav Kirchoff postulated a pair of laws to deal with the conservation of current and energy within electrical circuits. These two rules are commonly known as: Kirchoff’s Circuital Laws. One of the Kirchoff laws dealing with the current flowing around a closed circuit, Kirchoff’s Current Law, (KCL) while the other law deals with the voltage sources present in a closed circuit, Kirchoff’s Voltage Law, (KVL).
Ohm’s Law! The basic principle which upholds every single principle behind the working of humongous machines on earth and may be outer space too. Ohm’s law defines the basic relation between the voltage and current mathematically.