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find one equation for the oscillation frequence,of a electrical dipole with moment (p),and moment of inertia (I),for small oscillation in presence of a uniform field (E).

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    @experimentX

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    |dw:1344729298865:dw|

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    no ... p is Electric Dipole and E is Electric field.

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    http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/electric/diptor.html

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    lol ... why is this in history ... section?

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    lol i dont know ,just see it now

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    how can i move?

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    |dw:1344729545214:dw|

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    not sure ... just don't tag me in History or Bio or Che section.

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    i posted it in physics

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    |dw:1344729750484:dw| solve this Differential Equation ... this is not easy (this is non linear) to find out the complete solution.

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    ok i will try

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    but if |dw:1344729818258:dw||dw:1344729852382:dw|

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    also to be harmonic ... i think it should be |dw:1344729978494:dw| anyway ... try to solve that.|dw:1344730004744:dw|

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    ok thanks experiment

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    also if you are considering for large angle ... refer this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pendulum_(mathematics)#Arbitrary-amplitude_period

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    the solution of that non linear DE must be similar http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/pendl.html

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    yw

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    |dw:1344730427991:dw|

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    \[\tau= -E.Q.(d/2)-E.Q.(d/2)=E.p.\sin(\theta) \approx -E.p.\theta=-K.\theta\] \[T=2.\pi.\sqrt{I/k}=2.\pi.\sqrt{I/E.P}->f=(1/2\pi).\sqrt{E.P/I}\]

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    most probably ... :) i'm not pretty sure though

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    it's rigth for sure

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    first time i try to do by energy conservation,but i get two times this answer,this is the correct one in book

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    the book give only the final value

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    i guess it is ... then.

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