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Неутрино A number of efforts are under way to directly determine the absolute neutrino mass scale in laboratory experiments. The methods applied involve nuclear beta decay (KATRIN and MARE).
Јадрена сила Throughout the 1930s a group at Columbia University led by I. I. Rabi developed magnetic resonance techniques to determine the magnetic moments of nuclei. These measurements led to the discovery in 1939 that the deuteron also possessed an electric quadrupole moment. This electrical property of the deuteron had been interfering with the measurements by the Rabi group. Деутронот, составен од протон и неутрон претставува еден од наједноставните јадрени системи. Ваквиот пронајдок всушност укажувал дека физичката форма на деутронот не била симетрична, коешто довело до природата на јадрената сила помеѓу нуклеоните. Всушност моделот докажал дека јадрената сила не била централна сила, но имала тензорен карактер. Hans Bethe го идентификувал пронајдокот deuteron's quadrupole момент како еден од најважните настани во текот на годините на развојот на нуклеарната физика.
Сончев модел Сончев модел (СМ) — математички модел според кој Сонцето е сферна топка на гас (во различни степени на јонизација, каде водородот во внатрешноста е целосно јонизиран во вид на плазма). Овој модел, технички е сферично симетричен квазистатичен модел за една ѕвезда, чија ѕвездена структура е опишана со неколку диференцијални равенки кои се изведени од основните физички начела. Овој модел е ограничен од гранчни услови, имено сјајноста, полупречникот, age and composition of the Sun, which are well determined. The age of the Sun cannot be measured directly; one way to estimate it is from the age of the oldest meteorites, and models of the evolution of the Solar System. The composition in the photosphere of the modern-day Sun, by mass, is 74.9% hydrogen and 23.8% helium. All heavier elements, called "metals" in astronomy, account for less than 2 percent of the mass. The SSM is used to test the validity of stellar evolution theory. In fact, the only way to determine the two free parameters of the stellar evolution model, the helium abundance and the mixing length parameter (used to model convection in the Sun), are to adjust the SSM to "fit" the observed Sun.
Сила Newton's First Law of Motion states that objects continue to move in a state of constant velocity unless acted upon by an external net force or "resultant force". This law is an extension of Galileo's insight that constant velocity was associated with a lack of net force (see a more detailed description of this below). Newton proposed that every object with mass has an innate inertia that functions as the fundamental equilibrium "natural state" in place of the Aristotelian idea of the "natural state of rest". That is, the first law contradicts the intuitive Aristotelian belief that a net force is required to keep an object moving with constant velocity. By making "rest" physically indistinguishable from "non-zero constant velocity", Newton's First Law directly connects inertia with the concept of relative velocities. Specifically, in systems where objects are moving with different velocities, it is impossible to determine which object is "in motion" and which object is "at rest". In other words, to phrase matters more technically, the laws of physics are the same in every inertial frame of reference, that is, in all frames related by a Galilean transformation.