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# It is too coldfor liquidwater to existon thesurface.​   ### Other questions on the subject: Physics Physics, 21.06.2019 17:00, Pizzapegasus1
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Laser ablation is the process of removing material from a solid surface using laser radiation. one way of laser ablation is by heating up a thin surface layer of material over its melting point. assume the absorption of the incident laser power by a material creates a steadystate volumetric heat generation profile ďż˝789(ďż˝) = ďż˝=ďż˝? @â„a , where ďż˝ is the distance from the surface of the material, ďż˝= is a constant determined by the input laser power, and ďż˝ is another constant that characterizes the penetration depth of the laser power into the material. further assume the material thickness is ďż˝, and the temperature at the back surface of the material (ďż˝ = ďż˝) is maintained at ďż˝e, the environment temperature. the front surface of the material (ďż˝ = 0) is insulated to maximize the ablation efficiency. the thermal conductivity of the material is ďż˝. (a) obtain an expression of the steady-state temperature profile ďż˝(ďż˝) inside the material as a result of laser heating Physics, 22.06.2019 08:50, potatoismeh1
You are given a vector a = 125i and an unknown vector b that is perpendicular to a. the cross-product of these two vectors is a × b = 98k. what is the y-component of vector b? Physics, 22.06.2019 12:30, decemberbooker2505
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