Notes Radiation from accelerated charge and Larmor formula The Larmor formula, also known as the Larmor power formula, describes the power radiated by an accelerated charged particle, such as an electron, as it moves in a circular or ...

Notes Fermi level at high temperature The Fermi level (also known as the Fermi energy) is a concept in solid-state physics that represents the highest energy state occupied by electrons at absolute zero temperature (0 Kelvin ...

Notes Charge conjugation Charge conjugation is a concept in theoretical physics, particularly in the realm of particle physics and quantum field theory. It is an operation that involves changing the sign of the ...

Notes Radiative Transfer equation for 3 dimension in homogeneous medium The radiative transfer equation is a fundamental equation in physics and astrophysics that describes how electromagnetic radiation (such as light) propagates through a medium and interacts with that …

Notes Canonical stress tensor The canonical stress tensor is a concept in theoretical physics, particularly in the context of classical field theory and quantum field theory. It is used to describe the distribution of ...

Notes Bound states in a coulomb field Bound states in a Coulomb field, also known as Coulomb bound states or hydrogen-like bound states, refer to the quantum mechanical solutions for particles (typically electrons) interacting with a …

Notes Coherence length Coherence length is a concept used in physics, particularly in the study of waves and quantum mechanics, to describe the spatial or temporal extent over which a wave maintains a ...

Notes Classical turning points and connection formula In quantum mechanics, classical turning points and connection formulas are important concepts that help describe the behaviour of wave functions in different regions of a potential energy landscape. …