Subject: Does the spin of the atom contribute to an objects rotation in space?
Date: Sat Mar 10 18:58:13 2007
Posted by Walter
Grade level: nonaligned
City: Edmonton State/Province: Alberta
Area of science: Physics
Could the spin of the nucleus of an atom (neutrons, protons) contribute to the
overall rotation of an object in the absence of any influence of gravity?
I noticed an article about the energy of the sun affecting an asteroids
rotation in space.
Re: Does the spin of the atom contribute to an objects rotation in space?
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