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The classical free-electron model

The classical free-electron model The classical free-electron model consists of metal atoms arranged in a crystalline structure that can vibrate. This electron has a gas-like perception […]
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Snell's law

Snell's law This law was discovered by Willebrord Snell Van Royen in 1621 and is intended to know the angle of refraction of light as it […]
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The beer-lambert law

Lambert's law Lambert's law or also known as beer lambert's law establishes the empirical relationship connecting the absorption of light and the properties of a material […]
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Watt's law

Watt's law Watt's law was invented by James Watt, an engineer born in Scotland in August 1819. His law is directly related to the development of […]
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Polarization

Polarization Polarization is the property that all transverse waves possess that produces a vibration of these with more than one orientation. We can find the direct […]
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Electric currents

Electric currents Electric currents are physical phenomena generated by the movement of the ion or electron. Direct electric current is the same as direct current, since, […]
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Magnetostatics

Magnetostatics Magnetostatics arises from the union of magneto + static. We first see it at the end of the 19th century by Arthur Gordon. Magnetostatics is […]
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Atomic models

Atomic models An atomic model is an atom, the smallest unit that makes up a chemical element. Depending on whether it has a positive, negative, or […]
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What is spectroscopy?

What is spectroscopy? Spectroscopy was discovered in 1666 by Isaac Newton who used the word spectrum to refer to all the colors that form part of […]
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