Electron diffraction and De Broglie hypothesis
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Electron diffraction and De Broglie hypothesis

The French physicist Louis De Broglie in the 1920s assumed that the same duality light have can be applied to all other forms of matter. More specifically, he believed that all types of microparticles (for example, electrons) also have wave properties. They can show the phenomena of interference, diffraction, etc. It was a time when…

The photoelectric effect easily explained with 2 examples
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The photoelectric effect easily explained with 2 examples

At the end of the last century, a scientist discovered the phenomenon, electron emission from a metal surface when it is illuminated by visible or ultraviolet. The photoelectric effect is the appearance of an electron (photoelectron) erupting from metal by light. To be more precise, the photoelectric effect (photo effect) is the phenomenon that electrons…

Causes, effects, and solutions to the world energy crisis
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Causes, effects, and solutions to the world energy crisis

The world energy crisis is a lack of resources around the world, and therefore, a politically questionable concept. The new challenge is energy and its slow price growth on the stock market. Defining the public interest related to the amount of power and the distribution of control over energy use can lead in two opposite…

Suva Planina, get outside, hike and love nature!
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Suva Planina, get outside, hike and love nature!

Suva Planina is located in southeastern Serbia, about 17 km from Nis, next to the highway Nis – Sofia (Capital of Bulgaria). Suva Planina stretches in the form of a horseshoe in the direction northwest-southeast. It starts 3 km from Niska Banja and ends in the Luznica valley near Babusnica. Suva Planina stretches in the…

Saving energy on traffic and transport
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Saving energy on traffic and transport

The main emphasis in saving energy on traffic and transport is the reduction of road transport and development, sustainable and efficient public transport, and information indirectly related to sustainable mobility policy (cycle paths, public transport, use of biofuels, etc.) In data on energy consumption in traffic, it should be taken into account that is the…

Home energy saving in 3 easy steps
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Home energy saving in 3 easy steps

Most of the energy we use comes from contributing sources of environmental degradation. These environmental consequences give us a significant reason to look for opportunities to reduce the consumption of energy. More efficient home energy saving will have a positive effect impact on the environment. And at the same time, that will lead and to…

The Greenhouse Effect, humanity’s #1 problem
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The Greenhouse Effect, humanity’s #1 problem

In recent decades, the greenhouse effect has been in the spotlight world public. However, here we must distinguish between the natural greenhouse effect of one whose activities are caused by man. The greenhouse effect is essential for life because, without it, the average temperature would be about minus 18˚C. Due to the natural greenhouse effect…

Energy Explained! Easy Study From A Physicist
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Energy Explained! Easy Study From A Physicist

In physics, energy is a feature that must be transferred to an object to perform work or to be heated. It can be converted into another form but cannot be created or destroyed. Energy explained by physics is the easiest way to learn. In other words, energy is the ability to do work. This general…

Pellet Stoves: Pros, Cons, 3 unique examples & How they work
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Pellet Stoves: Pros, Cons, 3 unique examples & How they work

Pellet stoves are made of high-quality materials with an emphasis on efficiency and a focus on ecology and comfort. Pellet stoves have ninety percent energy-efficiency and automatic control of the heating system. Smaller rooms can be warmed up by pellet stoves directly. Pellets can burn in boilers and stoves connected to the central heating system. A…