Angular Momentum

PHOTOEMISSION TO BE SLOWED DOWN BY ANGULAR MOMENTUM

Seik et al. took a tungsten diselenide (WSe2) surface and then exposed it to the ultrafast light pulse. The electron emission was different at times. This happened because of the centrifugal barrier (repulsive force) that is related to the electron angular momentum. The observed results were- Ø  Electrons having lower angular momentum gets released or … Continue reading “PHOTOEMISSION TO BE SLOWED DOWN BY ANGULAR MOMENTUM”

Fidget Spinners- The New Craze In Town, And The Physics Behind Them

They’ve caught the fancy of kids across the world and looks like they aren’t going anywhere soon. They’re fidget spinners- the latest craze in town! Kids of all ages from the 8 to 10 year olds to the tweens and young teens, everyone is crazy about this new must-have toy.

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