The Quantum Hall Effect

THE QUANTUM HALL EFFECT Abstract The Quantum Hall effect (QHE) is the observation of the Hall effect in a two-dimensional electron gas system (2DEG) such as graphene and MOSFETs. It represents good example of physical systems where quantization effect could be observed microscopically as a result of the interplay of the topology, interactions of electron…

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Optimal Angles of Projectile Motion

Optimal Angles of Projectile Motion What is the optimal angle of a projectile from a given height? Contents 1. Introduction 1.1 Brief History of the Problem 1.2 Deriving the Equations of Motion 2. Initial Problem 3. Developing the answer 4.      Developing the Final Solution Conclusion Bibliography 1.    Introduction Projectile motion is the motion experienced by a particle or object…

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Synthesis Techniques for Fabrication of Nanofibers

Chapter # 02 Synthesis Techniques Introduction The different synthesis techniques for fabrication of nanofibers and nanoparticles will be discussed briefly in this chapter. The selected techniques and the experimental procedure for the synthesis of the nanoparticles and composite nanofibers will be discussed in detail. Synthesis Techniques for Nanoparticles Synthesis method being used for the preparation…

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History of Atomic Theory

The atomic theory is developed since 2000 years ago the Greek philosopher Democritus proposed that there was a limit to how small one could be divide matter, this smallest matter indivisible particle was called “atom”. However this atomic theory of Democritus was criticized by Aristotle who proposed a model based on four basic “elements” of…

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The Inhibitory Effects of Low Power Radiofrequency

Inhibitory effects of low thermal radiofrequency radiation on physiological parameters of Zea mays seedlings grown Mihaela Răcuciu1, Cora Iftode2 and Simona MiclăuÅŸ3   Abstract. The inhibitory effects of low power radiofrequency field on physiological parameters of Zea mays plantlets developed from exposed seeds were obtained in present experiment. Identical biological samples of 30 Zea mays seeds with a uniform genophond…

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Study of Ceramic Perovskites-type Oxides (ABO3)

2.0 LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 Introduction Ceramic perovskites-type oxides (ABO3) have been studied extensively due to the high conductivity and low activation energy. Among of perovskite type-oxide, an investigation of cerate zirconate attracts great attention to the researcher. It is well known as ion conductor and good chemical stability at intermediate temperature. It properties give big…

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Advantages of Metamaterials

The future is here and you wouldn’t believe how far research has come. Through countless experiments and hard work scientists have expanded the limits on what we thought to be impossible via advances in metamaterials. These so called “metamaterials” are artificially constructed improvements over naturally occurring materials commonly used in inventions. These metamaterials are altered…

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