MadSci Search Results for Jerrold Franklin

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1. Physics: Re: How to draw a spactime diagram for the T and U paradox., , Professor Emeritus Fri Nov 14 14:59:51 2008
2. Physics: Re: What factors affect the strength of the force exerted by an electrically , Jerrold Franklin, Professor Emeritus Mon Dec 1 07:24:27 2003
3. Physics: Re: What do (special) relativistically contracted electron orbitals look like?, Jerrold Franklin, Professor Emeritus Mon Jan 23 04:58:33 2006
4. Physics: Re: Why are inertial and gravitational mass equivalent?, Jerrold Franklin, Faculty, Physics, Temple University Wed Apr 4 15:55:49 2001
5. Physics: Re: How do you calculate theoretical maximum angular velocity?, Jerrold Franklin, Professor Emeritus Wed Jan 7 10:13:18 2004
6. Physics: Re: does this lamb shift only exist at these levls?, Jerrold Franklin, Faculty, Physics, Temple University Thu Dec 21 07:24:33 2000
7. Physics: Re: How does a proper time of zero for light square with waves?, Jerrold Franklin, Professor Emeritus Thu Sep 9 10:45:35 2004
8. Physics: Re: Can a high energy electron-positron collision produce any baryons?, Jerrold Franklin, Faculty, Physics, Temple University Fri Apr 27 15:29:16 2001
9. Physics: Re: Can humans exhibit wave properties under certain circumstances?, Jerrold Franklin, Faculty, Physics, Temple University Tue Jun 12 07:35:07 2001
10. Physics: Re: how we visiualize the motion of electron in p orbital in atom, Jerrold Franklin, Professor Emeritus Tue Sep 7 08:15:07 2004
11. Physics: Re: Does the following situation violate conservation of energy?, Jerrold Franklin, Professor Emeritus Mon Dec 6 20:47:28 2004
12. Physics: Re: Is the Kepler's law of areas valid for a comet ?, Jerrold Franklin, Professor Emeritus Sun Oct 3 20:25:46 2004
13. Physics: Re: about protons, electrons, and attractive force, Jerrold Franklin, Faculty, Physics, Temple University Sun Apr 15 20:25:14 2001
14. Physics: Static EM fields and momentum, Ryan, undergrad Fri Dec 10 14:07:09 2004
15. Physics: Re: Why does the weight of a cup of water increase when I dip my finger in it?, Jerrold Franklin, Professor Emeritus Mon Sep 29 16:14:45 2003
16. Physics: Re: When does a quantum field decide to be a wavefunction, Jerrold Franklin, Professor Emeritus Wed Aug 27 10:26:48 2003
17. Physics: Re: Would a velocity opposite to earth's velocity be absolute rest?, Jerrold Franklin, Faculty, Physics, Temple University Tue May 22 17:08:54 2001
18. Physics: Re: How would matter react under a beam of gluons?, Jerrold Franklin, Professor Emeritus Tue Oct 10 10:18:42 2006
19. Physics: Re: If two cog wheels were interlocked, one much larger than the other..., Jerrold Franklin, Professor Emeritus Thu Aug 7 06:53:59 2008
20. Physics: Re: Precisely what energy(ies) are being converted to light in a light bulb?, Jerrold Franklin, Professor Emeritus Tue Aug 16 11:03:16 2005
21. Physics: Re: What r hadrons, gluons, leptons, and how r they related to protons etc.?, , Faculty, Physics, Temple University Fri Jan 12 21:52:17 2001
22. Physics: Re: paradoxical relation between the ease of flipping and coefficient A, Jerrold Franklin, Professor Emeritus Wed Dec 5 15:31:54 2007
23. Physics: Re: What would happen to relativistic mass if slowed down?, Jerrold Franklin, Professor Emeritus Wed May 30 17:04:53 2007
24. Physics: Re: How is the relativistic equation L_r=L_0/gamma derived?, , Faculty, Physics, Temple University Sat Mar 17 00:45:43 2001
25. Physics: Re: Electron 'orbital motion' and role in magnetism, Jerrold Franklin, Professor Emeritus Wed Apr 13 05:57:51 2005


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