# Modern Physics

Modern physics is one of the most important branch of physics which deals with the study of very small objects or microscopic level .Important topics of modern physics are theory of relativity , high speeds , planks quantum theory.

### Schrodinger time dependent wave equation

Schrodinger time-dependent wave equation is a partial linear differential equation that describes the state function or wave function of a…

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### Schrodinger time independent wave equation derivation

What is Schrodinger wave equation? Schrodinger wave equation describes the wave function or state function, There are two types of…

Read More » ### Difference between young’s modulus, bulk modulus and shear modulus

The basic difference between young’s modulus, bulk modulus, and shear modulus is that Young’s modulus is the ratio of tensile…

Read More »### State the Pauli Exclusion Principle

According to Pauli Exclusion Principle, No two electrons can have samples values of the quantum numbers n, l,ml and ms or they can…

Read More »### Difference Between Stress and Strain in Tabular Form

The basic difference between stress and strain is that stress is the deforming force per unit area. Its unit is…

Read More »### Planck’s radiation law derivation

Rayleigh-Jeans law and Wien’s formulae were failed to solve the problem of distribution of spectral radiance among various wavelengths in…

Read More »### Black body radiation and planck’s radiation law

Another phenomenon that classical physics could not explain was the emission of radiation by a black body. A black body is…

Read More »### Postulates of Bohr Atomic Model

Niels Bohr ( 10/7/1885 – 11/18/1962 ) was a Danish physicist and Nobel Prize known for his (fundamental) contribution to the development of atomic theory…

Read More »### What is difference between electromagnetic waves and matter waves?

Difference between electromagnetic waves and matter waves in tabular form Electromagnetic waves Matter waves These waves have electric…

Read More »### list of elementary particles

How many types of elementary particles are there? The elementary particles are simple particles which are not the combination of…

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