Physical Effects

Wolfram|Alpha contains information on a wide variety of physical effects or phenomena covering a range of disciplines, including physics, computational science and medicine. These effects include observations, like the Archimedes principle; theories, such as general relativity; and experimentally derived laws, such as the Arrhenius law. Find their descriptions, discoverers, discovery dates and iconic equations.

Physical Effects

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Classes of Physical Effects

Physical effects are divided up into subject domains, such as atmospheric physical effects or socioeconomic effects. They are also grouped by their type, such as laws and paradoxes, as well as the physical quantities involved.

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Properties of Physical Effects

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