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Solution of the Schrdinger
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n
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If a system of charged particles is rotating, it has a magnetic moment proportional to
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Hong Kong Physics Olympiad 2016
Aims / Objectives
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studying in Secondary 4 or below to take part in the Hong Kong Physics Olympiad (HKPhO)
2016.
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The HKPhO has

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A proton is confined in a Uranium nucleus (diameter:
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